Academy of the Sacred Heart of Mary - Nytana Yearbook (New York, NY)

 - Class of 1954

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CLINE Business Manager rr -"' L+: Q 'Q Q L Q3 Q-2' -P 5 21 VN .4 Nm? . ,1l,, 1 Iffrffflf if mid .1 .wi 'N wr 'T ACRED HEART OF 'i -fjf. 12 -f5.'f u .i 1 '..r , A 'f f- ggrk..i 1.9 ,5 Avg, aj: w- I . .L 1 ,. N " Q 'f ff 'g4 wn, . I n 1' - 1 ..-1' :ll A A vp. ,,, 'V M K . .2 532 West New York' City ! A 4 233 W X 2 X 'I GQ Q' n o HIS HOLINESS PUPE PIUS XII Protector of the Religious of rhe Sacred Heart of Mary 4 65653 5 wigafff 1 g . , A . Xu lil 7 'E 0' ,fill "J II 0 X 'l'l MIX: Sf' 1 Q 'gfiy L' JA. , I I Nfl Mauna: an-nn X 3 3 if ri F if S, 54' Q ty A 'sm X , 'W -. if if Y 1 4 4 . x sr. l ?f -1 i . O f HIS EMINENCE FRANCIS CARDINAL SPELLMAN Archbishop of New York 5 PHOTO BY SARONY, NEW YORK . . 9 5 3 ' 4 X 5,1 "Si .f Wil Q, ' tl 1 MOTHER MARIE JOSEPH BUTLER, R.S.H.M Fourldrcss of Marymount 6 """f REVEREND MGTHER M. GERARD, R,S.H.M Superior General 7 RLV WARRI N SILDORF C S P Rchbnon RUSS El INOR MULI IN M S Physical Educatlon MISS jOSEFINE CASTAN, MA. Spanish Q MRS MARTIN BURGESS BA Busmess 105 -l 15? MISS MARGARET LEE, B.A. Social Studies 'U' F W, yi ' I ,f '33 MISS MADELON QUINN, Dancingg MRS CALGAGNINI, Accompanist. MRS. FREDERICK LENA, BS. MUS. Dramarics 10 Juafzc 'll I ' 1 1 s 1 , I ..f' r ' F "1 A-:fa ,f '15 5. .fflfr ff ll ,L 'f1.!. .i -'Q' !X,,1::f.:'f.'-' '-X9'l'7'1, 'J' 'f1rfr11 fa '1,"f'..'1.'fI " fcfklli ffx .r h'.' 71!'.'u,WI?i.l'1f XE'--.'.'v'L 1 'I' ff 4 N lwffxfyx l,.Af'xff'1"f "Maj "i,s5,7' 'fllf' ."'-f 'ff 'F f, ffq Ni ,fir-,r X ff f V' - P:4I'lL.lfL lt.."" Qf",f.','4.'l1f'r. , Vf'ff'f.'t'J'nf H E X K X R NW M, ,WZ 4 t 4 If +1 W7 Q 9? K? X U f Q-:ever A lx Lifgf W fm I2 WQP3 N QXQQIJ Q Qwfx NN - A xx - y f 9 'f ff' 5 4 X Cv J X 5, f i ggfflxj L ' I 5 1' ,fafwj N e 1 f V R'-Ei !! K xx! fi V " 'A xi xv CEN T ENAR Y 1854 On December 8 1854 before a vast and splendxd congregatron of cardrnals archb1shops bishops and other dngnxtarles assembled rn St Peter s Basrlrca H1s Holmess Pope Plus IX wnth mfalhble and apostolrc authorlty proclarmed to the Catholrc world the dogma of Mary s Immaculate Conceptlon Our Lady he knew would be a beacon to hght the way for the fa1thful amldst the storms of cymcrsm and godlessness of that era Q 1954 Now a hundred years later another Pope gazmg sorrowfully at a world rent asunder by hate and greed by fear and diabolical persecutnon and remem berlng that the Church has always had recourse to Mary m tnmes of dnre need has rssued an encycllcal Fulgens Corona dedlcatmg thrs centennnal year as a tune of fervent devotnon and suppllcatlon to the Immaculate Mother of God On December 8 1953 m the Basxlncxa of Samt 8 eeee t' 8 I 'C , - gxxa: wx .-'Kg . my , - I ' ' 8 M' lx .I I , N-. y . 'e l 2. A of the Dogma of the I Immaculate Conceptlon Mary Mayor rn Rome, Hts Hohness Pope Prus XII maugurated the Maman Year, openmg the ceremony wrth a prayer he hrmself had composed Enraptured by the splendor of your heavenly beauty, and rm pelled by the anxtetres of the world, we cast ourselves 1nto your arms O Immaculate Mother of Jesus and our Mother, Mary O crystal Fountam of Faxth bathe our mmds wnth eternal truths' O well be loved of God hear the ardent cry whrch rtses up from every heart rn thrs year dedrcated to you Convert the wrcked dry the tears of the afllrcted and op pressed quench hatreds, sweeten harshness, safe guard the flower of putrty tn youth protect the Holy Church, make all men feel the attractron of Chrrstran goodness That day the presence of Mary filled the streets crowded wrth thousands of school chrldren and adults who wanted patrently to honor Hts Holmess as he traversed the streets of Rome for the first trme rn ten years on hrs way to and from the Basrlrca of Samt Mary Mayor After the maugural ceremony the Pontrff proceeded to the Vancan where he broadcasted a message urgmg all Itahan Cathohcs to rntercede wtth Mary Immaculate that the purposes of the Marxan Year mtght, through God's lovrng mercy, be realtzed that devotron to the Mother of God be mcreased and her exalted vtrtues more farthfully rmrtated, that peace, charrty and yustrce be revrved among men, and lrberty restored to the peoples recently overcome by the horrors of persecutron lhtt ceremony on December S IOM xx ts nn mem ory ofthe t tx one hundred ye tts tco xxhen Hts Holt ness Pope IJILIS IX exerctslnn the gift of tnfllhblhtx proc nmed thtt the doctrtne xx hlch holds thtt the Most Blessed VIYQIII Mlry at the hrst moment of her eonceptton xx ts by the stngultr grtce tnd prtxlleec of the Omnlpotent God ln xrrtue of the merlts of esus Lhrtst Sn lor of thc human r tee preserxed from all stun of orrgtntl sm rs revealed by God and there fore to bc hrmly and resolutely belreyed by all the futhful lnefftbths Deus XX tth untxcrs 11 1nd unalloyed yoy the Cathohc xxorld xxeleomed the procltmttlon of that dogma xxhtch tt htd expressly accepted for mtny centurtes Our Lady grtctously detgned to seal the declaratlon xxrth her lpprox al by tppearmg several trmes to Ber nadette Soubrrous a humble httle gtrl rn the httle town of lourdes sltuated rn the south of France Wlaen Bernadette awed by the splendor of the celes Illl VISION h 1d rnqurred the name of the beauttful Lady she h td rephed wtth mefftble svxeetness, I am the lmm tcul tte Coneeptron As soon as the farthful learned of these vrstons, they flocked from all ox er the xxorld to that obscure vrllage, and many marxelous mrracles rewarded thetr futh Mtry had counseled Bernadette to have a church bu1lt rn her honor on the exact srte of the vrstons The magnrhcent basrlrca vyhrch stands there today IS a trrbute of love and gratrtude for the superabundant graces obtamed through her mtercessron, and a refuge for the oppressed multttades who annually journey there on ptlgrrmtges from the ends of the earth " ' ' .. ,w . 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A n A -, 1 Q I ., ',.. -"' 13 PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS FULL SCHOLARSHIPS JK. .1- 1 Qi '27 Scholarshqo Wmners 1954 Educatxon equlps students to meet the challenge of the unknown on the battlefield of the future by affordmg them opportumtxes to broaden thenr mtellectual scope and to dlscover and develop thenr lndlvndual fortes Some students eagerly antncnpate that challenge and enter the arena of scholasnc competntron for college scholarshxps The faculty and students of Park Terrace salute these members of the Class of 54 who upholdmg SHMS trad1t1on to scholarshxp have emerged VICIOIIOUS and brought honor to thelr Alma Mater Among these outstandmg honors are full and partlal scholarshxps to the follownng colleges Manhattanwlle Mnss Elrzabeth Kehoe Marymount New York Crty Mnsses Kathleen Beck Ellzabeth Kehoe june O Leary Frances Prellx and A11ce Segers Marywood Scranton Mass june O Leary New Rochelle Mlsses Alxce Segers and joan Wheeler Seton Hzll Greenfburg Mnsses Betty Flynn Patr1c1a McMahon Joan Mlller june O Leary Frances Prelln and Alice Segers Albertuf Magunr Mxss june O Leary Marymount Tarrytown Mlsses Betsy Lena and joan Wheeler Marymount New York Crty M1ss Patrlcra McMahon Mount St Vrncent Mlss Patrncxa McMahon Newton College Mnsses Betsy Lena Patrncla McMahon Alxce Segers and Joan Wheeler New Rochelle M1ss Patrncna McMahon St Iofepb I Brooklyn Mlss Patrlcla McMahon New York State Sclzvolarfbzpt were won by Mrnet Patrzcza McMahon, June 0'Leary and Ioan Wheeler Y 9 "' V5. 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W Maggy 1 On a m1g,1L 11 note the junrors trtnsporttd thcmsclus the lUdlLI1LL 1nd the judges to P1r1s thc. ftbulous uty of gltmor md sophlstrutron Wrtlm true Cmllrc wrt they rmzcd therr rrvils wrth Engbhsh 1nd French lyrrts to the guy pattern of dehghtful songs md won the d xy' Senrors wlso succumbed to the lure of ftr wx ery plrtes 1nd journeyed to the enchanted lands of ASIA vu .1 magrc mrpct In therr Asxrntxts verled Indlnn women and genteel lpanese ladres jorned the men of the Russran Chlnese and Arab natrons rn prcsenung, entertaxnment that rrvalled The Krng and I -Iunlors nn Pans 630 :gli 3 . w 5 . , !5s,v,'flL, f '. , , 4- 1 -- fl 'I il! 5 , ' , ' 4 Cross Country Lrm rted The Freshman Cliss subm1tted an undemably strong bid for the coveted S1115 trophy w1th Cross Country Llmlted Agaxnst an ebony background sprxnkled wlth gay raxlroad posters first ye1r students were temporarxly transformed 1nto tram engmeers and conductors Thelr sparkle verve and youthful galety 1m pressed both the aud1ence and judges In the1r quest for vrctory and wxth an alacrrty characterlsuc of them the Sophomores oifered Smgmg 10 the Ram Clad approprnately ID red and yellow sllckers they serzed the oppor tumty of d1splay1ng the1r talents whlle razzmg fellow Academ 1c1ans Smgmg xn The Ram Q SQQQ vi 04 b' QQ Quo Vadrs7 gf Q na' l-85" LA ' 3 -el Y ' x - 4, ' K xv -Q '- ,l - 1' 19+ ' C 4 lg , lv W A T 1 4 g G r pl ,A " C 5: . 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Mahoney, E. Spreen, M. Carew, E. Hickey, P. Winters. lBack Row? J. DeCarlo, F. Prelli and A. jandorf. Mission spirit reigns supreme at Park Terrace. No- where, perhaps. are students more conscious of their role in spreading the kingdom of God on earth, and nowhere, certainly, are they more generous. In Sep- tember projects are enthusiastically planned and goals set. Then sewing machines begin to hum, and work tables are overspread with snow-white linens and arrays of fine materials in liturgical colors to be fash- ioned into vestments. .ML 'F 5 Tl' A W, 51- xi. -l- --1-'PI Annual Exhibit at Marymount College 'I Y D X z5 12 . sc ' Vestments Take Shape in The Skilled Hands Steam Irons Prove A God-send Machining The Vestnients-Misses T of Misses J. Miller, j. De Carlo and j. O'Neill. to Misses M. J. Ekins and j, Charbonneau, li. Spreen and F. Prelli Miller. To hnance these projects Mission Dances are spon- sored, and little sacrifices are made daily to swell the mission coffers. Chapels are completely furnished each year, not only with vestments and sacred vessels but also with altars. Vestments are also sent with loving prayers to far-flung corners of the earth, and medicines and clothing are transported across the seas to mis- sionary priests and nuns to distribute among their needy and their sick. Sacrifices are made easy by the knowledge that in some remote village in wartorn Korea or famished India-or even in the home missions-tiny First Com- municants are proudly displaying their first "new" dress and shoes, Our efforts are further stimulated and rewarded by grateful letters from hcroic souls who have dedicated their lives to the arduous-and often thankless-toil of the missions. Every spring at hlarymount College we display our work along with members of the Mother Butler Guilds. The lfxhibit is awe-inspiring and incredible, and we Park Terriers feel proud to do our share in this tremendous work of all the schools under the di- rection of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary. "That they all may be one" is the goal of our daily prayers and sacrifices. MY UF HFIK TEFIFIFI THE EPCFED H559 HISEIDN EXHIBIT THE FIRST FIRST-COMMUNL Our Gifts to St. liurbarifs Mission in LANTS in The Century-old Town Union Springs, Alabama. of Union Springs, Alabama r in gl! Q 'nga -"' ,sf ,is .l"L'?T', gi v lf' First Communicants in Mariampura, lndia. The Mother Butler Guild Mrs. Mallory and Mrs. Winters attend mass in the Crypt. In the foreground are Rev. Jos. Zimmerman, SJ. and Rt. Rev. Msgr. V. Jeffers. other Butler - Mfssson Guiid ' Guild members at the Annual Exhibit in Marymount College. fFront rowl Mrs. Farrell, Mrs. M. Gumina, Mrs. J. Gumina, Mrs. Looby, Mrs. Luna, Mrs. Vayda, Mrs. McDonnell, Mrs. C. O'Brien and Mrs. C. O'Brien, jr. fBack rowj Mrs. Byrne, Mrs. McBrien, Mrs. Fahey, Mrs. McCarthy, Mrs. Irving, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Cawley, Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. O'Brien, Miss Egan and Mrs. Valenson. Once each month altruistic mothers of SI-lMers, past and present, meet and pool their talents to produce vast quantities of layettes, cancer pads, afghans, and outfits for first Holy Com- munion. Through their devoted service they alleviate the hard- ships of less fortunate people and bring joy to the heart of many a weary missionary priest and sister, struggling to spread God's kingdom in fields afar. A devoted group, under the capable direction of Mrs. Fred- erick Looby, meets weekly to make vestments, and the quantity and quality of their work are awe-inspiring, Among these self- less, mission-minded workers are: fupper picturel Mrs. Mc- Carthy, Mrs, De Vaughan, and Miss O'Brieng and fin the lower picturel Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. Farrell. Still others are Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Finnegan, Mrs. Mallory and Mrs. Wheeler who were not present when the pictures were taken. The Annual Card Part One of the most popular and financially suc- cessful social functions of S.H.M. is the annual card party, held each fall. Its success is due to the tireless eHorts of enthusiastic mothers who for weeks devote their energies to soliciting prizes, ordering refreshments and anticipating every last detail. The breath-taking array of door prizes and sweep-stake prizes is convincing evi- dence of their persevering work. SERVICE WITH A SMILE: Irene Cullen. Mrs. Regan, Mrs. Cline, Mrs. Clancy, Mrs. Hurrell, and Mrs. Kelly. eq SWEEPSTAKE PRIZES: Mrs. Perry, Mrs. Loohy, Mrs. O'Hara, Mrs. Regan, Mrs. McCrcesh and Mrs. Ferguson. l l DOOR PRIZES: Mrs. james, Mrs. Winters, Mrs. Cawley, and Mrs. Kelly. 5, av' . I SXVEEPSTAKE PRIZES: Mrs. O'Brien. Mrs. Conroy, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Cotter, Mrs. Flynn, and Mrs. Ugis. enior flhssion Dance DECORATIONS COMMITTEE: Misses Woisin, Wassler, Lough- lin, Mahon, Maloney, Tobiasen and Ekins. 4Middle Rowj Misses Doran, Hartung, De Vito, Cronin and Hickey.lFront RowJMisses Flynn, Eustace and Cullen. IX, ' nu - MISSION DANCE COMMITTEE: Misses Ann Gray, June O'Leary and Joann Caserta I I All in Together SENIOR QROWNED SNOW QUEEN The hxghllghr of pre Lenten socml acnvmes wx ms the Semor MISSION Dxnce S1lhouerres of :ce slmrers and snowmen scrxed ro brlng the wlntry armos pherc lndoors Amd to crelre 1 firtmg bulqjround for the rrndmoml coronauon of the Snow QLILCH After elch yeir held se lected IIS canclldate xorlng commenced on a school w1de bas1s at the pr1ce of a penny a vote' Mxss Clare Walsh the Senlor candl dare Won out by 1 narrow margrn over Mnss Maureen Ryan 57 who proved an exceprlonal vote gerrer QI' The Snow Queen Miss Clare W'alsb 54 QA. 12 FRESHMAN CROWNS SNOW QUEEN Mlss Maureen Ryan Crowns Miss Clare Walsh as Mxss Eileen Van Soest and Mlss Patncla Hxggms attend vb Sophomore Candndate A1155 Patricia Hzggzm' 41 ? C7 AWN Freshman Candldare Jumor Candidate Mm Maureen Ryan Mm Eileen Van Sofft ' ff' -1, ,-' ' I,,,,, nllll l""" nu IW' Qaii. ,Q , - 'H'5 . 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At the Museum of Na tural History. aw l 3 ' mx 8' al. ' ld l f , ' 5 Q 1' :ffl l' ' -v if '. f i - ' f i " v ., f v , . i ' t x , E , I ' 4. X ' ii hi l 54 kxploring the labyrinth of the nmssive United Nations huiltl- ! wh ing and its enyirons in curly February. 27 574 WWW B L 1 ,-1 'Q' THE EDITORS Misses joan Wheeler Frances Prellr and June OLeary ln ftccordfmce mth SHM tradrtron the Scnrors frssumed the Hereulean task of re cordrng therr treasured memorres Enthusras trc but rnexperrenced they entered rnto the libyrmthme world of lryouts wrrte ups photos and hnancmg md soon drscovered the arduous work that vms rnxolxed Therr compensatron hes rn the loy of accomplrsh ment as the 1954 Ny tuna rolls off the press The smff members rre Mrsses K Beck Qerrlano R Clme DtC1rlo E Flynn E lem E Molyneaux P McM1hon OLe1ry F Prellt G Slnsone A Sugars F Wfassler ind jorn Wheeler Fdrtor THE STAFF Mrsses F Wassler E Molyneaux R Clrne A Segers E Flynn E Lena and-I De Carlo QStandrngl Mrsses G Sansone 1 Carlano P McMahon and J Caserta 28 L . ' , , L , - . Q . . . 4 . - s L V V 1 V - 1 9 .,-,,..,.. X ' , t . . 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CEI, 1FgI EES iixagf? 6lF1C1CT THE STAFF Mxsses G Sansone J OLeary A Segers E Lena and M Carew CStand1ng7 Mxsses P McMahon B Tobxascn and M J Ekms 'Ih1s yurs srmff vull rmk hugh m the roster of M lfl xg lusrory ldlror Ahce Segjcrs mth her xssoulres Busy Inm md une OLmry hls dom muah to brmfp thc plpcr up to the IIIEDIKSI sunduds pmts 1n S H M s world of sports Inu rucordcd ucrx Phlbk of thc A A s mmxrlcs md flllcd 1 xoxd lom, uxdcnr IU the Mlrucs coxcrxge of lthleuc ments Our llcrt business IUIYIISCIS Mldonnl Clrexn ind Mxry jme Ekms hue rmssed no II'lI1S1LI1Ofl that Could further the mrerests of thc paper wxh1le Geral d1ne Sunsone xuth her Hare for the art1st1c has gnen lf the atrracme look that promotes 1n up smug of popularlry wg? .L X-Q-., ll H f , ' ,'5. Z : Qi 1, . .if -'j . A V- S g -. . .r , an A ,E f " 5 'rv 'N . H . . 'NIV QV M-. l . L . nj! 5 V f V sb gi .-' ,i Q 'f fill. s m 11n. 1 l 4 . ' QN I 3 Xs:.1lIIl!lf1l U h M szffzsfzxzllflllu . YK is rl THE EDITORS Mnsses Elnzabeth Lena Alzce Se gers and june O Leary M 't'Ei,u,4f' if , ,' , R :Qt r 21' , sei iii. 'KJ 1 t I'IlI ISIG ITOITR: Co-captains M. Clancy, I Ilyniig Coach, Miss Iileanor Mullin, and 'Nl in iger P. McMahon. VARSITY BASKETBALL "7 What goes up must come down! Iiiisketbnll at SI-IM has always held top priority, yielding to 'volley hgill for only it few weeks in the spring. This year w.is no exception. At the outset the experience of the uppercliissmen and the potentialities of Frosh and Sophs were :iniiilgatnatecl into a top- flight varsity through the proficient coaching of Miss Iflezinor Mullin. Among the new f.ices on the "shoot- ing squ.itl" were the Misses Del Ptipti,Ctirrig1in, Bozek and Corcoran. The defense tilso hoastetl of several additions-the Misses IXIJIIIIIX, Niesler, Sheehy, Iiru- btilcer and Segers. Ready to begin the ltist round of their career at SI-IM were our ten veterans-the Miss- CIIAIVIPIUN CllI1liRl.IfAI7IfRS: Kneeling-INIiSSeS A. Der- i only. S. Iiurrtixxs. hl. Coughlin, O'I.eary, N. Doran, V. Ollara. rStainclingJ Misses M. O'Brien, -I. XX'alsh, A. Kerwin, lx Bowes. and mascot, E. XVendell-ten. 30 es Clancy, Flynn, Gillititnsen. Htiytle, Mtihon, McC.ir- . ' fx. I 4 Y m , nu ATIILETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: fSeatedJ Misses Ii. Tohiasen, Treasurerg Eleanor Mullin, Directorg Maureen Clancy Vice-Pres. tStandingJ Misses Mary L. Mc- Carthy, Secretaryg and Flynn, President. s thy, MeMahon, Tobiasen, XValsh and Wlmeeler. Because of outstanding ability, leadership and spirit, Maureen Clancy was unanimously elected Captain, and Betty Flynn Co-captain. So with new members, new leaders and new playing rules, the Var- sity set out with high hopes. They were spurred on by an enthusiastic student body who, directed by spir- ited cheerleaders, urged them onward to victory! SECOND STRING: Miss Eleanor Mullin. Coach. Miss- es C. Carrigan. M. Segers. A. Brcheny. T. Parker, A. Brubaker. G. Murphy, V. Corcoran and C. Bozek i l 0 61010 X y V l.r...as ill af 41- FIRST STRING: llineelingl Misses J. Vifheeler. B Tobiasen. M. Clancy. Captaing B. Flynn, C0-Captain: M L. McCarthy, M. Mahon. lStandingl Misses Eleanor Mul lin. Coachg C. XY'alsh. M. j. Hayde. B. Gilliamsen, M McMahon, B. XX'alsh and P. McMahon, Manager WINTER POR T For the SI-lMers the Iirst cold blast of winter signihes the time to explore the closets for ice-skates, volley balls and, believe it or not, bathing suits. From the hrsr breezy days of December until late in March, their activivties are marked by frequent excursions to nearby bowling alleys, ice-skating rinks, and indoor pools. Early in the sea- son teams are formed and perfected with practice. At the climax, how- ever, spring is ushered in, and the lure of the bridle path and tennis court proves irresistible. Could It Be A Strike! Misses Mahon, Flynn, Scagnelli, Ker- win, Gilliamsen, Carlano, Mc- Carthy and Caserta. AQUATIC STARS: Misses Ann Kerwin, joan Wheeler, Betty Flynn and Mary Mahon. One Down, One To Go! Misses Joan Wheeler and Ann Kerwin. . .'.ull . 1 N- ICY ANTICS: Misses G. Sansone, I.. Keating, B. Flynn and A. Kerwin in the foreground. A . 7' " .1411 ' ' iV'l5" v P - 1. ' A ",'. . ' bf' ' " - L' . .-,, ' ' . - ' if - 4 V ia- .llv 5 5 ', ,5 F" ' 5 ew-I sh ---.:. .4-" ' 'fig K1- ,.,. if W 1' ' Z A ,W K' A A 142 -J' 'P' O W, b Track and Held The first sign of mercurial talent in SHM s track and held world manifests itself in the field day which annually heralds the arrival of spring Here young hopefuls try their hand in every type of race and winners gird themselves for still greater contests A monu ment to their success is the beautiful CYO track trophy vxon at the 1955 High School Girls Meet To the happy victors it is a sym bol of satisfaction to eager aspirations a hope and a challenge W., P' 'G .1 EATHULIE cmns H. s. ' . SECTIDH S CYO Track Trophy The Power Behmd The Team. S H M T R A C 1 STARS. Misses Mar Mahon Mary L. Mc McCarthy France Tschorn Jean Wheel er and Kathleen Min ahan. M-, , A dir- Catholic High School Girls' Track and Field Meet, Randall's Island, 1953. 40 yard Dash, and 220 yard Relay-third lap. ,an 'XJ E' '?'9a Nlxsses Ann fonnollx X1LgPr4.snlo.nt Patrxuzx lxeegan frmsurcr XlI'f.,lf1ll Stnlu buruirx and tu dull Mar g.,lre.tGu1nm Prunlunt 35 oo, C llmul Raul Mlsscs E Greaney B Giudy V Sulu A llurrell G Tonry M Gumin A Dolan w C o x ll 1 un M Io 181101111 Raul Muses Derby M Tobln M Sugars P foug.,hl1n S Horgin A Cylmson M I. C lffnu I IXIIN, H Pearson und lx Aaron llnp Run! Nlusses M MLLoug.,blm P Pifflltilll M llellrr P lxeohmne P lXL6.l.,lI1 9 Martin and M I Dulnnu The Clee Club Ar Prrlx 'Iermcc one of the most 1cr1xe md xer Belluuc Hospnxl remember mrs SP1I'lICLl rcndnrxon of Qhrxsrmfls elxssms the Gerlrdmns reull Gounods Smcrus md Axe Mun sung at than FIISI Holy Commumon Nexcr null the grlduucs forget the mnor role they plqed 1n m1lx1ng Mu D15 1 cere mony of such polqmnr md mefllble bmutx Thu cunnne, rhc Glce Club members were 1 dellgbt to helr 1nd to behold 1s cllcl ID blllosxy gowns they sme mth uqulsnc hncsse rhelr proqrlm honorlng then lmmmullre ueen Long 1fter other dcruls vxlll hue been lost the g,I'lLlLl1K,S ulll cherxsh the echoes of the smf mg xr the Mother Daughter m1ss and at Commencement ' A . ', . 2 ', . N - . 1, . ' , . ', . a . . , ' f, Q5 P. Dalj. A. Ionn llj. P. cf ly 1 cl '. 7 rd. ' 5 . ,V ' ,. 2. . .5 , . . ' s Q 11 ,. a -. '. 1 '. 1 . " X . 1 M7 snrilc clubs is the Glcc Club. Wfhile the children at ,KU , I Vw- h Q I V 4 ng' r'. - . . A , . 1 I ' " W , 1 ' ' ' Q ' ' L ' , V 1 y V f , V' - ' . ' y' . . - . D 1 A A is :li gi! ni PARTING IS SUCH SVUEET SORROXV! Misses C. Fox, A. Gray, S. Hagan, B. XVoisin, A. Van Achcn, F. Drum and L. Manecchia KA! Rigbib TEA FOR THREE. Misses E. Drum, M. Mul- ligan and M. Timmins. DRAMATIC menic ana! Jace , 1 I PAN-AMERICAN PAGEANT at 2 f . 4 1 3 J "Speak up, Mortimer!" Misses M. Grisi, C. Ray- mond and S. Hagan. is 4TopJ "GOOD MORNING MR PRESIDFNTV' Misses T . V . , a - LNSCENE STARS. Misses M. L. Mc B. Woisin, L. Mancuhia, M. Mulligan and M. Egglhy, M. Carew and T. Charbon fHeloi1'l BEAUTY IS ONLY SKIN DEEP. Misses IW. Grisi. L. Manecchia, M. Timmins and A. Gray 36 K' D Tfnparalleled acclaim greeted the performances of the Dramatic Club this year. And this was but just, for rarely, if ever, have Park Terriers sui'p.issed the high artistic level of their productions. The season i opened with Maxwell Andersons A "Mary of Scotland" .ind closed with that hilarious and hair-raising com- edy, "Arsenic and Old Lace," in which Sheila Hagan. Louise Manec- chia, Frances Drum and Marita Mulligan received a well-deserved .iccol.1de. llich year Park Terriers eagerly anticipate the Spanish Club's dra- matic pageant on Pi1nfAmeric.tn Day, and they are never disap- pointed, l'.irtieul.1rly impressive and enjoyable was the perform- ance staged by Senorita josehna Castan this year. A wealth of hitherto un- discovered talent was re- vealed as Students inter- preted ancient folls: cus- toms, dances and religious T rites with a deep and sym- pathetic understanding. MARY OF SCOTLAND. lN1iSS Janet Lally as Elizabeth and Miss Joanne Lally as Mary, in Maxwell Anders0n's "Mary of Scotland." K 'a D Q-,,, -pq EL PERU: DANZA del SOL. Misses A. Murphy. M. de Moro, C. McKenna and EXIJIHITPIUA P. Smith. fTopl EL CARIBE: un par de cuban- itas bailando el Mambo. Misses janet Cinque and Eileen Van Soest. IBe- low? TNIUSICA Y LUZ: las assistentes de escena. Misses Clarisse Flowers and Judith Kennedy. , LIGHT-FINGERED. Blisses Hfary LOU BTC- Carthy and Betty Flynn. f LAS "MARIACllI" MEXICANAS DE PARK TERRACE. Misses Ida Porrata. Maureen O'Connor, Eileen Van Soest. Therese Rossi and janet Cinque. I ' ll Nl "Galileo :ind llis Pupils" brought u blue rihbon to Miss- es P. Clerltin. N. Colby, j Kane and Ii. Guudy. Freshmen. 155 "Use of Polarized Lightufbluc rib- bon project of Miss P. McMahon. 'SAL Slalltlczltlbeal UI .s Misses J. XX heeler and B. To- biiisen. Seniors. earned I1 red ribbon with their "MitOsis in Animals. pn 4 l l "Onw.ird to Yictoryuf seemed the cry of SHMers in spirious eonipetitions this ye.tr. The Blue- .ind-XYhite was honored xsith blue. red rind white ribbons for excellent projects in the Catholic Science Council Exhibition nt Clirdiniil H.1yes H. S. Miss janet Lilly stole the spotlight in the He.irst Oritoricnl Contest for the juniors, while Sophs and Fresh- ies gained high honors in the Know-English Contest and the N.ition.il High School Poetry Society, 'El l' Miss lf. Flynn. '5i, won 21 red rihhon with her Stroboscope. CA.. "Thc Story of Aluminum" brought Miss Alice Segers. '54 a red ribbon K ' 5 vi-of l. ii 1 Niiss Jiinet Lgilly, Ile-girst Om- Misses Nicosia. Mclnty re. Range and Misses lf. McLoughlin. 55. an tory Finalist. Zimmer. bophomores. attained high Vl. Kiissner. '3-. sxinners in t e scores in the "Know lfnglish Clon- test." iinnu.il tontest of the National lligh bthtpol Poetry Society, Q I Crcatixencss lfxprcsscs Itself in Lcriiriiics. Misses Toolan, Eisen- X gl! ,C aw 1 If I.. It Steady hands and observant eyes produce a skillful picture. ' 'l'lAl' rl X 'Q' f Xi: T te - f X , X 'Tis J NV v v x J ' lil' ,J , rich, FLiDDClll.5I1llIl'1 and Sansone. X Ni l 'sa , I f f',. 'f 1,. ,iii X.: ,-' .fl 3 N. . -4,- Ll 'N xi! J 1 f f ,' '."! .Y 'W x . f'f.'..' fl f . i r P .Q .,. .n- 2.9. A U I t x or I ' .", icq' 'x 1' 'I L? The Most Momentous Da In spring a Seniors fancy turns to thoughts of . . . May Day! How difficult is concentration on chemical formulae and French verbs when the warm sun- shine streaming through the classroom windows reminds her that the most mo- mentous day of life at SHM is rapidly approaching! The Senior corridor hums with the excited babble of formals, dates and practices. Finally to the relief of harrassed parents and teachers, the big day arrives. For endless moments she awaits with quickened pulse the initial strains of the processional. Then with a grace achieved only by weeks of practice, she floats in a cloud of soft tulle past the admiring gaze of her escort and parents. Amid joyous acclaim the lovely May Queen is crowned and receives the hom- age of her subjects. Then she, in turn, crowns the Queen of all queens, our Blessed Mother. After each Senior has knelt before Mary's shrine for the blessing of her ring, the unforgettable ceremonies are brought to a perfect close with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. ,ff ! lllllx lUpper left? SENIORS SERENADE THEIR SOVEREIGN. lUpper right? THE QUEEN CROWNS OUR BLESSED LADY, as her lady-in-waiting, Miss Joan Barbarino, looks on. fLower left? Father White, C.S.P. BLESSES THE RINGS OF THE MISSES MCMANUS AND MURRAY. QLOWC-rr rightj THE CEREMONIES ARE BROUGHT TO A CLOSE WITH BENEDICTION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT. In the Lyfe 0 a Senior THE CROWNING OF THE MAY QUEEN THE CROWNING OF THE BLESSED MOTHER W 1 If I I Qi ' ii THE BLESSING OF THE RINGS THE SENIOR BALL V! 3 'Q ,4 F441 .I J i ' flsf ft' The Queen, enthroned in state, receives the homage of her court. , , 450 V ., 3.1: I 1 4 gi. lim 9 e THE QUEEN AND HER LADIES-in- WAITING. Miss Eileen Feeley and her rival candidates, Miss Joan Barbarino and Miss Marjorie Valenzano. 4 B V THE SENIOR BALL which followed the May Day Ceremonies. va'a"532'J 'SlA-.1.."'G'Q 'v JJ '31 Xi S' 'VVQV A 'zu ' "SLI L ur-5,8191 HKQXQM WE ASSIST AT MASS WE BREAKFAST WITH OUR MOTHERS T N sv QL'-fl"i'o M WE RECEI HOLY CO UINIOIN THE REALIZATION of our FONDEST DREAMS Q - U 1 i :fb- f ti f -i , gt.,-I V 1' 5 ff lg I l i WE FORM IN ACADEMIC PROCESSION. FOR THE LAST TIME AS STUDENTS WE ENTER It had come! . . .and suddenly our hearts stood still. Gradually it began to dawn on us that this wondrous day, so long anticipated, had truly arrived in all the shining splendor of our cherished dreams. When we were Freshmen, it had seemed the very height of ecstasy, and in moments of quiet reverie we had shyly and proudly envisioned it. Now this day, elimaxing four years of growth in wisdom and grace, was here. and all at onee it seemed that it had eome too soon. Witli the sharp clarity of a revelation we knew that this day was one of our most ennobling experiences and that a little of its awesome stillness would linger with us throughout the years. For this was our grad- uation day. , , I v'--Q Q XVE AVVAIT THE OPENING CHORDS OF HPOMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE ,V x ith LN- l i ' Congratulations are in or- Proud medalists. Misses Cline, McMahon, W'heeler Dividend on a four-Veal' in der. Misses Prelli, O'Leary, and Segers. vestment. Misses Caserta De Carlo and Kehoe. Carlano and Miller. bg Johnny on the spot alnas Mr John Ianmcelll The NYTANA Staff extends zts slncerest thanks to REVEREND MOTHER M GONZAGUE and the faculty or tbezr un dlllng co op eratzon and encouragement Our Moderator MOTHER M LOYOLA wztlaout whose znypzratzon guzalance and znexhauftzble energy thu publzcatzon would not have been pornble Our Art Dzrector MOTHER M THOMAS for ber .felfleu devotzon to our cause Mr John McGuzre of T O TOOLE G SONS or 1115 many helpful Juggeytzonf The .rtajff of the WHITE STUDIO for ztx umquely personal and e tczent Jerwce and or the graczomneu wzth whzcla rt war rendered 44 'T I1 Stormg Up Energy Mnsses Margaret Guman and Ther esa Charbonneau Here they are' the people who keep the Academy t1ck1ng the heart of SHM' ohn and Peter our a1des de camp find anythmg from cleanmg to carpentry wlthm the1r grasp Mrs Rxeggers cu1s1ne fortlfies the school agamst the dan gets of malnutrmon whlle Terry and Margaret make posslble the pause that refreshes After school Mrs Sheerm and Mrs Moynlhan Goxng Up nn The World Mr Peter housekeepers Hats off to these won derful people behlnd the scenes' Corsmo Culmary Connorsseurs Mrs R Sheerm Mrs H Moymhan and Mrs F Rregger ll p :My , I 2 M it l ,f - l A U H , , , make up for the laxities of student , , - f ' fu - - . 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Their annual SING was a success of a different nature for there our "Parisian Students" dis- played such subtle Gallic glamour and wit that they were awarded first place, to the dismay of all other classes, especially the Seniors. Junior 1 f Tobin and M. Mannix OFFICERS OF JUNIOR-2. Misses I. Porrata, M. Keane, J. Berrigan, and E. Van Socst " f' MISSION DANCE COMMIT- 65' TEE. Misses J. Ruko. M. lit-unc and A. Finn. N --- l 1 1 r rg V OFFICERS OF JUNIOR-I. TO THE VICTORS! Miss Misses J. Rako, C. Durkin, T. Eleanor Mullin, Director, Irving. fMiss Frances Drum ab- and Miss Mary Mannix, sent.J Sing Chairman. 46 SING COMMITTEE. Misses L. Manecchia, M. L. Broderick, INI. Their Leaders OFFICERS OF JUNIOR 3 INI1SSeS V Stiles A Finn M Colligan and J Walsh JUNIOR STCIJIQNT COIQNCILLORS. 1I'rm1tJ Misses A. Finn, M. Tobin. and Wlxlsh. t.Ilirfdlw Misses INI. Enright. l. Timon and J. Bcrrigan. tfopl Misses C, Curry and M. Minihan Thelr Actlvltzes Then' Athletes UQ 1 They re OH' Masses E OConnor M lxelgher R Meyers C jones S Wal dron and G McGrath JUNIOR 1 Mxsses Del Papa Greeley Rogan Brodernclx Tnmon Breheny and Curatellx TENNIS CHAMPS Mlsses A Bodkxn M Repettx E Rxeman and G McMahon JUNIOR 2 lsfdildlllgl M155 es Connors Pedersen Walker Kexgher and Waldron llxneel mg! Misses Meyers Manmx and Jones K 3'- JUNIOR 3 Geared? Mxsses Grottola Nxesler and O Brxen lSland1ngD Mxsses OLeary Coll: gan O Connor and Rossl INTRODUCTION TO A RACQUET I' ,K-L3 ICE NYMPHS Misses V Stiles, P Wnlkes, B Teatum, L Neumayer, M OBr1en, M O'Lon nor, M Mmoguc, M O Leary and T Rossl o ji- "- x ' , --Q ." .-.Q ' Q41 , ' Q .' ' l , whit, , . l,I ',1:,':Al.A 4. Y I ill", .1 ' , Y . v eip , T . . - . . , . Yu ' N -3 Q r ' . I . " 'nf K' A C N' . a - .' ff' '1k.',I , 'rg fl I . Ks ,, jf X , 2 ks- i 7' sf V - I I A - W 1 3, -'Q ' f- . L ' . - l I . . A, . VJ N . , . A . , S 1 ul ' ' ' .l I 1 1 1 Y fs. I I - v , I . 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Q 1 9 , . v ,,k?.J- 1 -f 4 . -.. .4 CLASS OFFICERS SOPH OMORE 2 Mrsses J Man mx A Dermody C Mc Mahon and B Kuhn Desprte therr determrned ambrtron the Sophomores found therr energres well taxed flghttngj Caesars battles and gorng around 1n trrangles as well as crrcles Mustc filled the typrng, room whenever Soph secretarres went to work whlle ex clamattons shattered the stlence of the lab as Soph blologtsts explored the mys terres of scrence Extrt currrcular acrrvrtres found the Class of 56 eager and able to excel rn every field of endeavor They proved thexr agrlrty rn basketball ther: creatrveness rn art thelr talent rn the Srng therr d vo tton rn mrssron vxork the1r school sprrrt 1n the bazaar and therr genralxty 1n thelr accommodattng manner toward all They are SHMS Sophomores half wrse half fooltsh but all wonderful f2:a::l-iw!! -liaybfgg a 1 in M" :TSI S M S CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMORE 5 Mrss es J Sansone A Range M McCreesh and P Btckner ll CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMORE 1 Mrss OP es C Carrrgan M A Fahy M Crcgan and E Rohrs SING COMMITTEE Mnsses K Aaron K McG1nness J Coughlrn and healed? G Mur phv C? SOPHOMORE SW IINGSTERS Mtsses K Aaron lat pnmol C Nfclntyre J Donohue C N1 cosna irear f0lll Mrsses A Armstrong P Hrggrns F Mc Brren and M L Clerl-.rn 'TJZVM4 ' "QU" ,, 'S 'aff-no . ,M -. , . , . '. , . . ', . '- In . ' I' . . . i' wg , . , . - I' . I- ,, 2- ' :I S, - . , l. If ' B! y t I 7 " t - r . V., ,, , 1 ' - . X . -,, ., 1 ,T I-2 ' ' - L' 1 , -, , . . , . QV- l J s V , , P ,A a -17 A Q . , , ' , . . Y, Y Q . , . . 4 . . - A ' , . , . - l ' - v - 1 - ' A Typical Day in the Lje of a ophomore Each day opens with the traditional salute to the Flag, the singing of the national an- them and our Alma Mater, and morning prayers, as with reverent solemnity, Sopho- mores express their loyalty to their school, umm nntm flllflll .1 Q- .mb AI, their country, and their God. Then their 'ai' rom the rigors of the osphere gives way to as Sophs munch on nfidences C generously ell heralds the arrival H . I perhaps glance over a The warm days of early fall and late spring often give Sophomores an opportunity to spend recess or a free period reading and chatting on the sunny terrace. Lunch period is usually characterized by gay laughter and dancing to the strains of the juke-boxg yet some- times the worry of an impending test subdues the . 9 w .. NM French verb. The coming of the candy salesman draws a large gathering of the sweet-toothed who find that recess always ends too soon. But in the fascination of research and analysis in the Lab, that disappointment is soon forgotten. ..g. g 9 X 4 :Y A -5 lively Sophs. Then food is almost forgotteng tables are piled high with books as anxious students prepare for the coming contest. At the moment it seems a matter of life-andvdeath, but all things must end-even a forty-five minute eternity! feverish efforts are devoted to the solution of the elusive mysteries of geometry or to the subjugarion of the Gallic tribcs But youth is resilient, and the unpleasant exper ience is soon forgotten for another day Since life at SHM is a preparation for ideal Cath- olic living, Sophomores are taught to share with the less fortunate the good things God has given them- food for the aged poor, reading materials and rosaries for shut-ins, pads for cancer patients. But the project nearest their hearts is the support of the missions, for which they eagerly fashion exquisite vestments. Sometimes Sophomores' luck of wisdom brings them into conflict with Student Councillors. Result -an orange slip and a pressing invitation to appear before the Court on the following Monday after- noon. Naturally, tap dancing class is a pleasure! Here Sophs display such rapt attention, co-ordination and rhythm that their progress is amazing, as their de- lightful number at the annual Sing proved. After classes all unite for the daily Rosary. At its close there is an accelerated movement to be off- but the necessity of leaving a tidy room poses a prob- lem. As classmates look on in amused relief, a few girls industriously set to work with dusters, erasers and waste paper baskets. Many hands make light and effective work! There are special days in the life of a Sophomore- days which stand out vividly among her treasured memories. Among them surely are the days of class basket and volley ball games, the Sophomore Mission Dance, the annual Sing, the first Regents in high school, the annual field day when hilarious fun LIC- n 4 companies athletic events, and the clay on which each Sophomore receives her school hat. For at Park Ter- race each year has its distinctive hat, and Sophomores are especially proud of theirs-a navy with a brim of Columbia blue. 51 , :tw-qw-, V -w.,.k-2' SOPHOMORE-3. Misses L Sheridan, F. Conroy, J Solga, G. Murphy, T. Par- ker, J. Sansone, A. Brubaker and E. Rogan ENERGIZING INTERMISSION. Misses M. L. Clarkm L Sheridan, E. Ryan, B. Travers and Cstandmgb C McIntyre, S. Martin and T. Par- 52 CMON TERRY Misses L Sheridan E Woods THREE LEGS ARE BETTER THAN TWO. J Solga E Ryan K Shea T Parker C Scott B Misses C Lance B Pollack K Kearney, B. Travers andP Healy Link L McGuire M ODonnell L. Viotti and CAbo1'el. BY-CAMERA ED- UCATION. Misses M. Raf- tery, M. Grisi, M. McI.ear, M. Foley and J. Fazulak CBeIou'J. CAPTIVATING CHORISTERS KNOWLEDGE ON TRIAL DEMOCRACY IN ACTION. Electmg class ollicers. A t Attention f . . The Class of '57 Our first real glimpse of the Frosh came on Initiation Day. W'hat good sports they were! Wlmtit talent they displayed! Soon the bazaar revealed their unity, enthusiasm and creative genius. As for their Sing! NVill we ever forget it? Seintillatitig talent shone before our eyes as we watched them shatter tradition and win second place! lt is obvious that these Freshmen cannot be placed in the proverbial category of shy, bafiled, deflated and awe- strieken non-entities. lf they are shy, they are also lovableg if de- flated, they are only graciously deferring to the talents of their elders. No wonder they are Close to hearts of all the Seniors. 'Y I RETREAT and RETROSPEC- 8:29 a.m.Misses A.HauShCY, TION. Misses L. Monsees, R. P. McGQneg2l, J- Kane, M 53 Murphy, S. Horgan, E. Cor- L. Clerkln- coran, M. Bertrand. THIS IS THE LIFE. Misses B. Fahey, M. Grisi, V. Guil- foyle and L. Paganini. WOULD-BE THESPIANS Misses V. Guilfoyle, M Donnery V. Corcoran and D. Cunningham F .MZV is-.L fAboveD TIME OUT. Frosh let off steam at recess. 1Belou'D GREAT EX- PECTATIONS. The Freshmen await initiation. LOW LEVEL OF LIVING. Misses C. Hegarty, L. Morey, A. M. Gleason, E. Donohue and J. Forde. f HREE O'CLOCK PROM ENADE. Misses M. Mc Auliffe K. Wallace, M Slattery, E. Donohue and E Dyer KEEPING UP WITH THE JONES' BOY. Misses M. Segers, A. Von Acken, E. Monahan and K. O'Conne1l. HECTIC HOSTESSES. Frosh prepare for the' Senior party. THE ASCENT TO KNOWLEDGE. The Misses G. Owens, L. Paganini and P. Notine. SATISFIED Misses M. nery, B. Casey and C. DuEy. Freshmen in the News H.iil to the Cl.iss of '57 .ind its t.ilented leiidersf Since their iirriv.tl l.1st September, the Freshmen have evidenced their school spirit in every single .ictivityg their sound judg- ment in the selection of competent ollicers :ind councillors. .ind their genius for orgmiizing in their spirited conductors yy ho put their first song contest .ibotird the express to suc- cess. Three of their .ithletes h.ive titt.iined the enviiible dis- tinction of V.irsity membership, .ind L1 goodly number :ire c.indidiites for the Mother Butler Honor Society. SHM's future seems secure in their hands. FRESHMAN 7 Class Officers Misses D L Monsees J Petrucelli K Achen FRESHMAN 3 Class Officers Misses C Looby J Mc Connell K Kerwin and lm foreground? Misses G Mm ogue and E O Dwyer FRESHMAN 1 Class Officers Misses M Segcrs P Mc Gomgal H Pearson and V Corcoran pg.. SING LEADERS Misses G HONOR STUDENTS lsmndmgl Misses E Grea U SIOW DANCE COMMIT Minogue M Segers J Petru ney M Segers M McLear lscaledl Misses S TEE MISSCS E Monahan E celli and healed! B Gaudy XVeber B Gaudy P Grayius and G Minogue Dyer M Ryan 5 Xvfbel' and treated in centerj M Carter 55 P T Az' Park Terrace FRESHMAN-3. Misses S. Weber, G. Minogue, M. McKenna, B. Fahey, Z. Gonzales, L. Pag- anini and fkneelingb E. Ortiz. FRESHMAN-1. Misses B. Schifani, M. Segers, E. Mon- ahan, C. Duffy and R. Bowes, fseatedl Misses V. Corcoran, P. McGonegal and N. Gwon ,fr -4:.' Freshmen! The very name signi- fies whole-hearted effort. What dogged perseverance to acquire that Cadence for the Columbus Day par- ade! What unity and determination in their every activity from partic- ipation in gym classes to enthusias- tic support of their class teams in the intramurals! With their inex- haustible school spirit and diversi- fied talent they should do great things for SHM. FRESHMAN-2. Misses R. Murphy, B. Bun- nell, D. Cunningham, C. Bozek, M. Foley and M. Grisi 'nt -1- Q K , 'Z 40' 'sud wal, H 5 LEFT, TWO, THREE, FOUR! . , -V s 1 56 ARMS AND THE WOMEN. SCHOLASTIC STARS Star dtffereth from star m glory as truly rn Sl-IM as tn the vast expanse of the heavens Each has tts own pecullar excellence each contrlbutes to the bran dcur and brtllrance of the whole Some Park Terrners attam to stardom tn dramancs by thetr power to hold an audtence m thrall Others shme tn the studio where creattveness and an Innate arnsnc sense place them hugh above thetr fellow stu dents Yet others sctnttllate on the basketball court where thetr sktll and speed are the envy and the ad mrratron of all The stars ptcturcd above represent the scholtrs tn our galaxy of talent For four years they have held aloft the scholasnc banner of SHM by mamtarmng an average of nmety percent or over and achtevmg an tlmost perfcct record for attendance and punctualrty Rctdlnb counter clockwrse from the extreme left these tntellectual pace setters are Mrsses Ahce Segers joan Wheeler Mary Mahoney Ehzabeth Kehoe Rose mary Csltnc Elizabeth Flynn oyce Carlano julra De Carlo o.1n MaDghlS1 Geraldme Sansone Patrrcta Doherty Martha Sneger oann Casetta Frances Wassler Elleen Molyneaux Patrtcra McMahon Carol Fox june O Leary joan Mtller and Frances Prellt .. - - ff - ,. . , , . .I N h . . Y ' - I I . . . Y ' . X ' 'Q N . .1 , - - , . ' - 7 a a v ' , - , . , , , , 1 , . , J A , , ' 1 1 J 1 ' 7 I Y .. H - h I V , - - . , , . N! L12 'Liq- The Most Lxkely to Succeed The Most Musxcal Mu: Irene Kennedy The Most Popular Mxxx Maureen Clancy Mus Alice Segers The Most Artistic M155 Belxy Lena CELEBRITIE OF THE The Most Admired M155 june O Leary The Best Dancer Mzxs Mary Maloney The Most Beauuful The Best Dressed Mus Exleen Euxtace Mus Geraldine Sansone Ji,-I 'X' ff , ? w A, .M 9 A ,P A J N ,f Y . A L, , , K , , , . P F I '1 I V 1 -' ff' JL fr y f K A . 1 f N A ll Fw T I es TL ,A IA , , - f ul 'X J 1 7 1 x ' , , I ' r f f ef I V7 Q f I In T ' T - T Y A, , my ' , The Wxttlcst Mzsx Barbara D1 Stcfuno The Typncal SHM Glrl Mus Rosemary Clme The Most Refined Mus Eileen Spreen The Most Co operatxve Mus Palrxcxa Daly The Best Athlete Mus Llfzalulb Flynn The Outstandmg Student The Most Vcrsatllf, Min jouu Wfbeeler M155 Palrxcza McMahon X N.I A 3 , ' ff f CLASS OF 954 7 - . x RS X J J Seniors Ill the Spollzglzt Q V Misses Maureen Clancy, Vice-Presidentg joan Wheeler, Treasurer, Standing: Alice Segers, Sec- retary, Elizabeth Flynn, President. Misses Agnes Altmann, Vice-President, Eileen Corcoran, Secretaryg Joann Dauriu, Treasurer, Eileen Molyneaux, President. Misses Theresa Charbonneau, Vice-President, Ann Con nolly, Treasurerg Marita Mulligan, Secretary, Ann Flynn President. 'lv SING LEADERS: Misses Patricia Cronin, joan Wheeler, Frances Wassler. tStandingJ: Misses Mary Lou McCarthy, Elizabeth Flynn. SCHOLASTIC RIVALS: Misses Patricia McMahon and june O'Leary. NYTANA AD-GETTERS: Misses McBrien, Hayde, Long and Winters. i ' Y N 2- '. 'x STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Misses Patricia Daly Trcusurerg Elizabeth O'Hara, Presidentg Eileen Mooney, Vice Prcsidentg Carole Raymond, Seuretary. bl PARADE COMMl'I"l'liIE: Misses Wassler, Doherty and Dolan. Q , aux X 1 , ' " A. 0 1' av Q- 417 n',f ' , b I 9 F 641 9- 'V' 5' f 'I . , '- .,i. V P' Ol Kia sg . PB ' ' ea '. 1, 2. 4, .5 i Ev . ll .QQ Bw Q' I af 2223 gn I I S in X, I x VF'X:r'1m- f K ',z if 4 Q A. Retltztng thtt future SIILIHIODS dtmmd hlghly spectaltzcd tratmng the Atultmy tum to gtvt tts gruluttcs more thtn just 1 dtploma Thtt IS why 1 lubhly varted course IS offered tn the Scnxor yetr For the suenttht tlly mtnded there are chem tstry and blology whtle trt md cmft thsses ftttrtct those Wlfh creattve abtltty, mtl the more pr tttu. tl mmded hnd shorthand and typtng of tbsorhmg xntereat Of ftr more gcncml tppml Mxsses june OLeary Altec Segers, Busy Lena, Geraldtne Sansone and joan Wheeler Mnsses Patrtcla Daly Martha Sueger Etleen Mooney, Kath leen Beck, Geraldme Tonry and Maryj Ekms fire the courscs ln PLlbllL spukmg and rellglon tn tetlon md they tre destgfmcd expressly for Chrtstmn ltvmg and CClfl1Ol1C sotttl tetton L I 1 . gm X 8 Q 1' .30 ,I Sha? 4 , P as 'X Ugg, If M 2' 5 if 9 X as ' Misses Flynn, Clancy, Casey, McMahon, Walsh, Carew, - ' V Gaffney. 4KneelingJ Misses Tobiasen and Wheeler. In the first round of the intra- mural games lA-2 led the Freshmen and ZA-5 emerged as the Sopho- more's best bet, while the Juniors and Seniors had narrowed the held to SA-3 and 4A-1. The second round brought victory to the Sopho- mores and the Seniors. As the final game approached, both those teams stormed Heaven with their fervent "last appeals" and then conhdently entered the fray. It proved, however, a one-sided victory for the veteran players of -iA4l who easily gained the coveted title "The Champs of 195-if' SENIOR KETBALL TEAMS CKneelingJ Misses Caserta, Ro- gers, O'Dwyer, Gilliamsen, Hayde, Wassler. fSeatedD Miss- es O'Hara and McKenna. fStandingJ Misses Walsh, Fox, Powers, Mahon. CKneeling7 Misses McCarthy, Keating, Charbonneau, Minahan, Woi- sin. 65 Pleasant interludes SACREI LOOKING PRETTY: Misses Flowers, Casey, Mul- ligan. Toomey and Eustacc. lScatedJ Misses Car- roll, Ncalis and Qwith camcraj Miss Joan Lough- lin. A PRAYERFUL PAUSE 1 5 Q 3 l ll .L FOOD FOR THOUGIIT: Misses M. XX'alsh, F. Tschorn and N. Twomey. l THEIR IDEA OF UTOPIA: Misses A. Kcrwin, B. Long, P. Flynn and C. McBrien. PLEASED SPECTATORS: 1From Row! Misses K. Gilsenan, A, jandorf and j. Miller. lRearJ Misses j. Loughlin, E. Horgan and E. Toomey. In the Seniors? Da These pleasant interludes are the "sugar-coated pills" that add zest to the process of learning and form some of the hap- piest memories of Park Terrace. The mere thought of recess sustains us through the mornings toil-the anticipated joy of a friendly chat, the refreshment of a coke or a candy bar, the preview of some activity from our vantage point on the Senior corridor, a brief visit to our Eucharistic King, or working for SENIOR SEVUING SQUAD: Misses Mc Brien, McGovern, Long and Flynn. the missions. Each lunch hour finds the Seniors in a jovial mood. Nimhle feet gaily dance, and garrulous tongues regale avid listeners, while cokes and ice cream are consumed in amazing quantities. Here is school life at its finest! FOOD FOR THE POOR: Misses Segers, Doran and Flynn. 5 if MASTICATION TO MUSIC. Misses De Moro, Ekins, Smith and Kennedy. WATCH THOSE CALORIES All in a Dafs Work K IN TIIIS NICK OI: TIMIS: Misses Tobiascn, McKenna and O'lIuru. PROJECTING PIZRSONALITIIQS: Misses Car- lano, Molyncuux and Cascrta. :uw COUNCIL COURT Tllli HOUR Ol: RIZCQKONING: Misscs Ilurtung, Cullen, Daly, Mooncy, O'IIura, and Ruymcmd. 1 S, I VVHEN DAY IS DONE: Misses Raymond, Vfalsh, Downes, and Wfinters. HEAD-TURNING NEXWS: Misses Falxcy, Donovan and Pulicc. Connolly, Dc Vito ox N , I Three feet 50-day Diet. Misses liileeri lfustace. Ann Kervvin and Barbara XY'alsh Popping The Question. Misses Dor- othy Clarke. Pat Gleeson, Mary Mahon, lfileen Eustace and Judy Con- l'lOl'S As the advent of May heralds the rapid approach of the Prom, Seniors greet it with mingled delight and trepidation. Chic eouturiers are sought outg ba- nana splits are bannedg the dial on the drug store scale suddenly receives its share of exercise as the off If r Pre Prom Panic -Q3 '. ,BSI 5 VC'hat Price Posture! Misses liarhara Gilliainsen, Phyllis McNulty, liarhzlra McGovern, julia de Carlo and Dorothy Finnegan. formerly complacent become frenzied vveightwvatcli- ers. Many a heart skips a heat as anxious invitaiions are transmitted to favored beaux over telephone vvires, Not until the arrival of her escort on that cherished evening is the vision in pale net really Composed. l ill Contemplated Metamorphosis. Miss Irene Cullen All ls Not Lostf Misses Eileen O'Mal- ley, joan Markey. Mary L. Gaffney, V i 54 Y 'fag If Kathleen Voutc, Martha Stieger and ' Judith Kennedy Lady-in-waiting. Miss Geral- dine Tonry. .. .If Q, P f X fggi .1 Q, W, A , ,...z. if wwf We' .. ' -K ,45- :P Till ,gf , Af'i?f N j ..,,QAv iii fi "W g ' ' Ji f Zi Li X x R' up X 4 Q ' X .. A 'L f :r? Q X Q, X Uur Sen limental fourne Postcards seldom seem signihcant. The ones we re- ceived in the spring of 1950, however, notifying us of our success in the Academys entrance exam, were of tremendous import, To us they were railroad reser- vations for the SHM Express bound for distant realms of higher learning. To fill out registration forms took but a few minutesg we were ready for a four-year journey. By a strange cofincidence, it took but a few minutes, too, to receive our diploma. But what a vast expanse of discovery and adventure lay between. Let's take a "sentimental journey" to renew the memories of those treasured years. All aboard! First stopvlsreshman Year! Drumming hearts set a musical pattern and oui supposedly "green" pallor clashed with the fiery au- tumnal scenery as we entered the Academy. NX'e were soon subjected to a gradual indoctrination and experi- ienced the inevitable breath-taking climb to the heights of Park Terrace and the moments of abysmal inferiority in the presence of upperclassmen. After two days of Initiation brightened by bows, balloons and reversed garments and by the delightful Senior-Freshman party, we found ourselves quite adapted to the Academy-scene as we bribed the juke box with our nickles . . . joined in the activities of the Riding, Camera, and Crlee Clubs . . . cheered lustily at basketball games . . . laughed self-consciously at our revealing entries in the Baby Contest . . . frowned over the mysteries of Algebra and Latin . . . and la- bored to make our first Bazaar a resounding success. Our debut on the Academy stage was made in the "Windmills of Holland' '.,. our social success at the Freshman Valentine Dance . . . followed by our super- lative marching on St. Patricks Day . . . our first retreat with Rev. sl. Gorry. C.S.P .... our amusing endeavors in the first Sing as SI-lM's "baby-freshmen" . . . our painful yet laughable appearances after Field Day '... and finally the doleful farewells at the departure of our Senior Sisters. Next stop-Sophomore Year! Summer renewed our jocular spirits and September found us freed from the galling yoke of Freshman lowliness. We learned our schedules included that notoriously unpopular pair, Caesar and Geometry . . . we had our Hrst bout with a modern language. Grad- ually we discovered that Latin was not as "dead" as they said, triangles were as much geometric as orches- tral and "Si" was not the answer to "Parlez-vous fran- cais?" October breezes swept us up Fifth Avenue in the Columbus Day Parade . . . we displayed the "stance" we had acquired through Miss Bisconti's Udiaphragmatic breathing." The following months found us laughing hilariously at "Charley's Aunt" . . . admiring the Senior models in the Fashion Show . . . pleasantly surprised at the introduction of new uni- form shoes and Eton caps . . . busy as bees as the Sing deadline drew near. The opening night we graced the stage as the people who stroll along the sidewalks of New York-the elite of Fifth Avenue, hoboes, sightseers, teenagers and even Miss Liberty, alive! because we tied with the Seniors, we felt gloriously triumphant and eternally grateful to Miss Castan. Skyscraper scenery was soon replaced by a Spanish background for Pan-American Day and later by an impressive pagoda for "The Mikado." Between a safari to Wtishington on tour and to Sag Harbor on retreat, we fought foreign poverty with needles and threads in our mission sewing. Spring fever in no way stifled our mischievous in- clinations as we incarcerated a faculty member in the cafeteria closet faccidentallyj and introduced a half- period bell, surprisingly like an alarm clock! The pros- pect of Regents discouraged further capers . . . the "worst" was soon over . . . report cards displayed par- ticularly good religion marks . . . summer came and for some so did summer school! All aboard for junior Year! In September our newly-acquired airs left no doubt that we had attained the superior rank of upperclass- men in Academic society . . . Mother Gonzague was welcomed back as the new principal . . , the Columbia blue Etons for the juniors merited admiration from all . . . no more late room but . . . habitual violators of rules despaired with the introduction of the Stu- dent Council Court. The dread of intermediate algebra spread like a plague throughout the junior year . . . we pledged faithful attendance at the CYA Holy Hour each month . . . enjoyed the enlightening UN Forum with the Hon. Robert XVagner jr. presiding. IQ- The Athletic Association sponsored many new activi- ties . . . basketball intramurals found us "fighting to the finish" with the Senior champs . . . two tie-games and a final loss with exemplary sportsmanship. From dramatic interest in "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" we turned to social interests in the Snow Queen Festival, loyally supporting our Gerry Tonry. The New Year brought additions to the junior Class . . . stimulated activity due to the approaching Sing . . . black-and-white for our prison theme . . . the day of reckoning and our defeat by half-a-point! Then the success of Pan American Day . . . our out- standing mission exhibit due to the success of the mission dance . . . the awe-inspiring Senior May Day. Our triumph at the CYO track-and-field meet and our acquisition of the coveted trophy . . . Senior rings finally graced our fingers . . . our junior Hop in the marine atmosphere of the Green Room. The un-sched- uled events of that year included the "button scare" proving our timorous attitude toward the insect world . . . the "intruder" as the forty-third member of a class of forty-two! The dark curtain of impending Regents cut off the sunny rays of fun . . . days later vacation sun shone benignly upon us basking in its tanning rays or dragging wearily on to summer classes. LAST Stop-Grand Senior Station! Supremacy, domination, mastery, superiority-we had attained it-we were Seniors! White Etons topped our bowed heads during the Mass of the Holy Ghost as we implored guidance . . . solemnity was soon lost in the whirl of activity as classes got under way and accumulated credits were frantically counted . . . in- novations included Fr. Seedorf's Thursday morning classes and the Seniors' early dismissal on Thursdays and Fridays. The journalists of '54 took over the pub- lication of the Mariac and the Nytana . . . sulfuric acid victims joined martyrs of the formaldehyde scent as Seniors invaded the labs . . . "mad" scientists were barred from the initiation committee as a safety pre- caution . . . the ludicrous appearance of the Freshmen . . . the entertainment of the Seniors and Freshmen. Columbus Day found the Senior squadrons executing a commendable cadence as we led the line of march up The Avenue . . . Msgr. Jeffers exhorted a contin- uance of our traditional mission support . . . the Mc- Cullagh jewel display elicited gasps from the on-look- ers . . . pep-rallies augmented school spirit during varsity games. .VK .4 -Q3 g s lv. rf' vilwilv X-x Ili sf l 'T is 11' S gn-1 The stage became tl1e center of .ittraction after .1 I'LACOFLl-l3fL'.llKlIlg l3.1Z.l.lI' as "props" .llkl I'L'llC.lfS.llS l1er- alded .111 early Sing , . . bolts of IU.1gITlJll.1. chartreuse and black cloth i11tim.1ted tl1e spect.1cul.1r costuming of o11r production . . . knitting needles, pigtails, fans, boots and swords becatne the vogue . , . 111 tl1e end, however, we Asiatics we11t down before tl1e French after .1 well-fought battle. Post-vac.1tion days meant Clflili scholarship exams for tl1e .lITll3lIlOLlS few . . . for tl1e rest, tl1e d.1rk clouds of end-ter111s presaged the LlPPI'ULlClTllTg storn1 . . . soon decor.1tors were hard at work preparing for tl1e Senior S11ow QLICCIT Festival over which our ow11 Clare XY'.1lsh reigned supreme. Many ribbons awarded to tl1e ambitious science projects . . . trips to the UN Building, the Hayden l,l.lIlCI.lflLlIU and tl1e Museum of Natural History busied tl1e Seniors . . . tl1e "Brain Trust of '5-1" began to reap tl1e rewards of tl1eir en- de.1vors as scl1olarsl1ip awards c.u11e i11 , . . the memor- able trip to Marymount gave tl preview of college life . . . the tl1rill of leading tl1e SHM squadrons up the green li11e on St. lJ.1I1'lCli.S Day . . . retre.1t during Holy XVeek with Father Reynolds, C.S.P. as master. The advent of May, tl1e magical month for Seniors . . . visions of loveliness as Seniors discarded navy wool for billowy pastel gowns . . . tl1e Coronation of our May Queen, Carol Fox . . . the crowning of Our Blessed Mother . . . tl1e blessing of our rings . . . danc- ing in the ballroom atmosphere to favorite melodies. The last few weeks with their host of memories- autographing Nytanns . . . perfecting our march . . . caps and gowns . . . Mother-Daughter Mass and Com- munion Breakfast . . . and, at last, Commencement, linked forever witl1 tl1e melody of Pomp and Circum- stance . . . unrestrained tears, palpitating hearts . . . a diploma XVlIll so few words for so many treasured memories . . . lifting our voices together for tl1e last time as we sang tl1e Alma Mater. 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K u JL .- AA Q wah' A A ANN D FLYNN Prefzdent Semor 3 Class Preslclent 7 4 V1ce presrdent 3 Marlac Staff 1 Publlc Speakmg l Glee Club 1 Dramatxc Club 2 A A 5 Ballet 1 Purpofe ul dzgm ed clue wbrant A uzmome leader ELIZABETH ANN FLYNN Prefzdent Semor I Class Pres1dent 4 Treasurer 3 Maruc Staff 17 Nytana Staff 4 Stng Chalrman 3 4 Presldent of A A 4 Varsrty Basketball 2 34 Class Basketbqll 17 34 Class Volleyball 2 34 Bowlxnb 3 Tr mek Vtrsrty 73 4 Rxd1ng14 Camera Club 17 AA 17 34 lnexhaumbly ezzzbufmftzc rzlblelzc Jczentz c un orgettable Potentzalzzy Zl7ZLl77lll6d Cf' EILEENT BERZN ADETTE MOLYNEAUX P1 ends ul SEIZIOV 2 Clxss Presrdent 3 4 M rrnc Stiff 34 Nytmn Staff 4 Publlc Spealung, 3 Spamsh Club 7 3 Ctmera Club 1 A. A. 4 MISSION Club 17 34 Bowling 3 IVel1-read . . . re :ned . . . resolute . . . pmzcilml - Ozzr carzdiczlate or the polificrzl arena, ELIZABETH ANN OI1ARA President 0 five St frferzt Council Vice-president 1 23 Student Council 3,-1: President of Student Council 4g Camera Club 1.2' Ridin 1: Bowl- ing 3' Class Basketball 1.2.3 lg A. A. , 4. Zealom. . . rcypomiblc . . . exlremelj coopemlize . . . Jirzeere - A camera enlbmimt. 75 AGNES ANNE ALTMANN Vice-president 4g Secretary 3g Spanish Club 2g Sing Committee 4g Mission Club 1,2,3. Creative . . . subtly laumorout . . . imaginative . . ajable - A petite pixie. will KATHLEEA AA N BECK Student Council 9 Nytuna Stiff 4 Class Volleyball 3 Athletic Assocmtion 1 4 Char 211111513 nzodcxt peuez erzng Junnj du pcmtlonczt genteel A leading lzngzmt LILLIAN MADONIN A CAREW .05 Student Council 3 Muriac Staff 4 Mission Club 34 Riding Club 4 Class Basketball 1 2 3 4 Class Volley ball 5 4 smftzc A detotee 0 the brzdle path F 'I' 'Six 'V' JOYCE ROSE CARLANO Class President 7 Nytam Staff 4 Mariac Staff 34 Spanish Club 17 3 Public Speaking 2 A A 34 Bowling 34 Mission Club 1 7 3 D111 ent fzycernnzg 1 ermtzfe keenly zntellzgent A bflUId72I contermtzonalzft anna : 4 Y 7 Q 7: '- - 4 Q . ,, . . . . , , . ' 7 ' . . . ' 7 . . . i' ' I. T I I ' 7 7 5 7 4. . G . 7 a s s s ' , . Idefzliilic . , . congenial . . . determined . . . enthu- , it ' L- ' -1 ' L g ' , g 3 ' W. ' , ' . . H 3-wr 1 a - ' 1 2 if 7 g ,hi ' HU I, IA . QA , D 'O .... I I K , . . I 4 . . . f A 76 PATRICIA AiY.'N'If CARROLL A A 5-1' Sewing, Club 1 TfIl5IZLOfl!J 511111111 If Jffsffjffl 5 111 p1zI15e111 D11 111111116 1 1111 11 IOANNE 'I HERESE CASERTA Class Treasurer 7 Nytmi Stiff 1 Splnish Club 2 5 Bowling 74 Class Biskctb 111 1 7 v4 Missions 1 7 v St111f1o11J 111e11111l0111 1111pre1l1111zb1c Jen 11111e111111 A ffezotee 0 111 ARLENI: C CASEY Club Vw Track Vusitx w 1 C1155 B1sketbz111 14 C1155 Volleyball u 1 v, L 71 m11111111g tbozzbbl 111 l!,fl0ll.f gmc 10115 A praclzcal dreamer of TERESA FLEUR CHARBONNEAU Vice president 1 A A 4 C1155 VOI1eyba11 4 Literary Club 1 Glee Club 1 Mission Club 17 14 Ge11ero11f 11111111111b!c I0 11 uzzty Para dovczcally 117110117157 111111 Jer1011J 77 . .V,, 7 . .' J'...'S' ",,,,1.u,1, '- 1' "'1!f'. ay' 'A 111 1 li .-,IL " ,-fy C. Y. A. Representative 3g Sing Committee 4g Mission ' ". , 1 .-'Y '!. , , f. -vfv ' , -fi f 4 av x , 11 C '1 f... 'ff " - - ,q 5 l 51, l 1 v s-y'a- 4 3l..."'- - 11 ' v. 1. i vi.. w, 1 2, EW X. t MAUREEN A. CLANCY Class President 2,3g Secretary lg Vice-president 4g Glee Club lg Varsity Basketball 1,2,5,-45 Class Basket- ball 2,3,4g Class Volleyball 2,3,4. Genainely Jincere . . . amiable . . . imperturable . . . outrtanding in any rport - Popularity personified. PATRICIA MARIE CLANCY Dramatic Club 2g A. A. 5,4 Elhn . . . piquant . . . petite . . . lovable - That little-girl appeal. DOROTHY BARBARA CLARKE Spanish Club 2,33 Mission Club 2. Blitlae . . . chic . . . irresiitible . . vivaciour - A dirciple of Terpirclaore. ROSEMARY IEANNE CLINE Class President lg Mariac Staff 2g Nytana Staff 4g Public Speaking lg Scorekeeper 4. HN Intelligent . . . eficient . . . rubtly humorour . . fartidiour - A typical SHMer. - Innate integrity. ANN VERONICA CONNOLLY Class Treasurer 4 Srudenr Council 3 Glee Club 1 2 34 A A 34 Opererra 123 Perceptwe gentle rererved compa: rionate Inipmng elity JULIA THERESA CONNORS Art Club lg Riding Club 43 Mission Club 1 Captiwting . . . rtylirb . . . demure . . . rtatuetque - Pbotograpbefr choice. EILEEN BRIDGET CORCORAN Class Secretary 45 Spanish Club 1,2,5g Mission Club 1,2,33 Sing Commirree 4. Afable . . . generour . . . undentanding . . . eji cient - Simplicity personified. PATRICIA HELEN CRONIN Glee Club lg Sing leader 2,39 A. A. 3,49 Class Basker- ball 33 Class Volleyball 3. Melodiou: . . . congenial . . . glowing . . . attentive ,,A w. s -V - 1. r . 53 rrgiig :Q,i39f,rgQ , x :mu far, IRENE ADELE CULLEN Nytana Staff 4g Camera Club lg Riding Club 4g Cheerleaders 2g A. A. 3,4 Petite . . . pretty. . . dynamic . . . popular - SI-IM'r "prom trotter". PATRICIA MARIE DALY Student Council 3,4g Treasurer of Student Council 4g Glee Club 45 Mission Club 33 Class Basketball 1,2g Riding Club 4. Dependable . . . optimirtic . . . candid . . . prayerful -A friend indeed to all in need. JOANN DAURIA Class Treasurer 1,45 Spanish Club l,2,3g A. A. 3,4 Bowling Club 43 Camera Club lg Sing Committee 3,4 Sewing Club lg Mission Club 1,2,3. Conriderate . . . competent . . . magnanimoux . . athletic - A .fentimentalirt at heart. q JULIA ELAINE De CARLO Student Council 4g Mariac Staff 3,45 Nytana Staff 45 Mission Activity 3,4. Scholarly . . . genteel . . . loquacionr . . . punctiliour - A charming perfectionirt. 80 MARIE THERESA De MORO Spanish Club 5g Mission Club l,2,3g Sing Commit- tee 4. Optimistic . . . well-liked . . . carefree . . . com- . placent - An enviable complexion. ANN DOROTHY De VITO Literary Club 1g Class Basketball lg A. A. 3,4. Sincere . . . poised . . . engaging . . . considerate - That bandbox look. BARBARA IEANNE Di STEFANO Class Basketball lg Class Volleyball 33 A. A. 3,4 Talkative . . . ingenuous - A leader of new fads. roguisb . . . disarmingly casual . PATRICIA E. DOHERTY Literary Club 1g Class Basketball 1,25 A. A. 3,4. Graceful . . . intellectually stimulating . . . vibrant captivating - A dark-eyed colleen. f"""M K X st ' 'X dia -" l 851592 - 3' yr.. .1 . ,i K A xg, -+- .Q f X 5 ' K i ,xi n 6 I rev: lygff f' ANN ELIZABETH DOLAN Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Public Speaking 3,4g Sing Com- mittee 3g Bowling 3. Blitbe . . . purpoxeful . . . naive . . . rolicilour - A Glee Club devolee. HELEN KATHERINE DONOVAN Athletic Ass. 3. Appealingly :hy . . . impitb . . . determined . . . impetuour - Cbildlike Jimplicity. ,,,,A NANCY ANNE DORAN Dramatic Club 2g Cheerleader 3,4. Sprigbtly . . . attractive . . . capriciour . . . conta- giourly entburiaxtic - A live wire. JOAN ANN DOWNES Cheerleader 2g A. A. 3,4. Demure . . . charming . . . titian-trened . . . gm- ciour - A page out of "Seventeen". MARY JANE EKINS Class Secretary lg Mariac Staff 4g Spanish Club 2,3g A. A. 4g Mission Club l,2,3,4. Serene . , . Jincere . . . .rolicitouf . . . metieulouily groomed - A perfect lady. " A-uf' EILEEN JOAN EUSTACE Mariac Staff 3,49 Spanish Club 1,2,3g A. A. 33 Class Basketball l,2,3g Mission Club 1,2,5'. Stylish . . . projicient . . . prankith . . . amhitiou: - Charming efficiency. EILEEN MARY EUSTACE Class Treasurer l,2g Sing Chairman 1,2g Mission Club 2g Dramatic Club 4g Dance Committee 1,2,3g Cheer- leader 2,3g Ballet 1. Lovely . . . loquaciour . . . carefree . . . irrefiftihle - The fafhion plate of '54, MARY THERESA FALVEY Class Basketball lg A. A. 5,4. Mischievour . . . witty . . . vivaciom . . . tawny- haired - The re-incarnation of Puck. as X f 2 CAROL ANN FOX Public Speaking 2g Literary Club lg Class Basketball l,2,4g Class Volleyball 2,3,4g Varsity Volleyball 3,45 A. A. 3,4 Higb-spirited . . . tteadfayt . . . voluble affectedly Jincere - A deligbtful combination of beauty and brainx. 84 DOROTHY ANN FINNEGAN Mission Club 2g Class Volleyball 5g Track Team 2. Warm-hearted . . . rerilient . . . animated . . . re- Jourceful - lnfectioux gaiety. CLARISSE MADELINE FLOWERS Spanish Club 2,3g A. A. 4g Class Basketball 1,2,3,4g Class Volleyball l,2,3,4g Riding Club 4g Mission Club 1,2,3. Prankifb . . . rteadfart . . . burineu-like. . . atbletic An accomplifbed equeftrienne. PATRICIA JEAN FLYNN Dramatic Club 4g Mission Club 3. Cordial . . . roguifb . . . buoyant . . . optimistic - Peacbex-and-cream. MARY LOU GAFFNE Y Glee Club 4g Dramatic Club 23 Baller lg Class Basket- ball l,2,5,4g Bowling 5. Cheer zz! . . . refpomize . . . ambiziozu . . . Ibozzgbt- t I - Sufzained efztlaufifzmz. ,P MARIE ANN GALVIN Dramatlc Club 2 A A 34 Sewmg Club 1 Agreeable pensive 0311! wel! Izkeri An expecfunl outlook 012 I1 e BARBARA MARIE GILLIAMSEN Spamsh 1 2 5 A A 7 4 Varsmry B1skerb1ll 1 2 5 4 Class Basketball 2 5 4 Class Volleyball 7 5 4 Bowlmg 5 MISSIOHS 1 2 5 Atblelzc un azlzngly 7030115 enen tempered eo operative A sinking Mzaizwdzmlzrt KATHIEEN MAR! GILSENAN Dramfmc Club 1 Mlsslon Club 7 Reserved good mzmred purpose ul con IL'l6'l2ll0ZlJ An ammble qzzemon bor f fu , .V.,,!! .-I - Q , 'ff' ff, . 935 ' I. ' L 1175 8 ang -,al , Ts " ,,- 5 ' 5 , 85 0 MARGARET TERESA GUINAN Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Presldent 4 MISSIOHS l 2 4 Farnest consrderate prayer ul generous Unswerwng defuotzon to rdeals VIRGINIA A HARTUNG Class Basketball 2 34 Class Volleyball 3 4 Slug Com m1ttee2 A A 34 Competztwe en a zn I frank relzable 8 8 8 7 gay A creatwe rndwzdualzsl 86 PATRICIA MARIE GLEESON Arhletlc Assn 34 Sewmg Club 1 Blzzbe resolute quzck wetted unassuming ANN VERONICA GRAY Dramauc Club 4 Dance Commlttee 4 Smg Com mxttee 24 Cheerleaders 3 Class Basketball 1234 Class Volleyball 2 3 Soczable constant garrulous wbrant A prankster at heart S' in fx. kl"' 3 V I f . NX .1 is xi v f , l . y 9 ii 1 X 1 A f' PW 3 f' x I gf' I . ,g ' . The symbol of a true friend. 5' ' . g . Q . D Y L I 5 l 7 L , . 't,m"'.' 7 7 D I I L ' . 5 3 ' ! l I Q 9 s . ' g . . , . MARY JANE HAYDE Student Council 3,-ig Spanish Club 25,41 Public Speaking 43 C. Y. A. Chairman 4: A. A. 3,4g Varsity Basketball 2,5,4g Class Basketball 5,43 Class Volleyball 3g Bowling 5g Missions l,2,5. Poiied . . . arriduom . . . athletic . . . mature - The pattern for iz perfect iecretary. EILEEN MICHELE HICKEY Art Club 3g Mission Club 5,43 Basketball Varsity 2g Class Basketball 1,2. Honey-haired . . . rpontaneour . . . expnnrire . . gingery - A Jparkling convermtionalirt. RITA FRANCES HOLLAND Athletic Association 3,4. Amiable . . . wlaolerome . . . .ferene . . . dependable -The embodiment of generality. EILEEN MARIE HORGAN Bowling 3. Earnert . . . tranquil . . . Jelfieu . . . gmciour - A Jympatbetic lirtener. M' ft N V., A me 'L i1'L 555 . , :ns U ' .vp f , - 1' ,i..- -A ff' ARLENE IANDORF Mature well mannered . . . warm-hearted . . . Jtatuetque A Jophixticated charnzer. LORETTA T. KEATIN G Class Treasurer 3 Literary Club 1g Riding Club 4g Class Basketball 129 Class Volleyball 23 Cheerleader 23 A A 34 Sewing Club 1. Versatile attractively nonchalant . . . graciour litherone A typical high-Jchool Jenior. PATRICIA M. KEEGAN Dramatic Club 1, Glee Club 15,45 Mission Club 1,4 Class Volleyball 3 Congenial .rincere . . . confcientiour . . . gen emu: Well balanced mixture of .renre and non- :eme Xe xg ELIZABETH ROSE KEHOE Class President 33 Camera Club lg Sewing Club A. A. 3. Scholarly . . . paired . . . ejicient . . . fun-loving The quintexfence of Elizabethan charm. 1 ,,..' BETSY ANNE LENA Mariac Staff 3g Nytana Staff 4g Art Club 1,2,3,4g Lit- erary Club lg Missions 2g A. A. 3,4. Wbimrical . . . intelligent . . . talented . . . well- read - A Jparkling idealixt. IRENE DOROTHY KENNEDY Glee Club lg Dramatic Club lg Public Speaking lg Captain of Cheerleaders 1,2. Dazzling . . . chic . . . talkative . . . .ropbiiticated - Deligbtfully feminine. IUDITH ANN KENNEDY Class Secretary 2g Spanish Club 1,2,3,4g Varsity Bas- ketball 2g Class Basketball 1,3,4g Class Volleyball 1, 2,3,4g Riding Club 1,45 Track 1,2,3,4g Mission Club 1,2,3. Sweet . . . cbarmingly unfopbifticated. . .ftatuetque . . . appealing - An enthuxiaxtic dog-fancier. ANN GERTRUDE KERWIN C. Y. A. Representative 43 Cheerleader 2,3,4g Class Basketball 35 Class Volleyball 3. Warm-hearted . . . ejervexcent . . . fefrexbing . . . lovable - A treaxured "trouper". BARBARA ANN LONG Mission Club 23 Class Volleyball 35 Bowling 3. Ingeuuoux . . . philoxophical . . . lithemme . . . de- lightfully humorous - A fouut of incurable optimixm. .Z giillt 'nuyw' JOAN ANN LOUGHLIN Athletic Assn. 3,4. Irwigoratiug . . . capricioux . . . impefturahle . . . sincere - Infectlouf laughter. MARY LOYOLA MAHON Class Vice-president 1,23 Secretary 33 Camera Club lg Class Basketball 1,2,3g Class Volleyball 2,3g A. A. 3,4g Varsity Basketball 2,5. Buoyaut . . . athletic . . . xpoutaueour . . . forthright - The epitome of loyalty. MARY THERESA MAHONEY Dramatic Club 49 Mission Club 3,4. Gracioux . . . comcientiou: . . . uuaffumingly effi- cierzt . . . uufailiugly generous - Sugar 'rt :pice and all thmgx nice. VIRGINIA MARY ANNE MAHONEY Mission Club l,Z,5g Athletic Assn. 4. Unaffected . . . rincere . . . gentle , . rererved A Jympathetic listener. MARY KATHERINE MALONEY Class Secretary lg Literary Club lg Camera Club 1 Class Basketball 1,2,4g Class Volleyball 3,4g Track 1,2g Cheerleader 55 A. A. 3,4. Scintillating . . . loquaciou: . . . irreprenihle . . popular - The dancing doll of '54. JOAN PATRICIA MANGHISI Glee Club 1,2. Petite . . . thoughtful . . . diligent . . . rerolute - An ardent "Song Bird". IOAN ELIZABETH MARKEY Spanish Club 1,253 Sing Committee 45 Mission Club l,2,5Q Class Basketball 1,2,3g Bowling 55 Swimming 3g Athletic Assn. 3,4 Comely . . . 'uivaciour . . . popular . . . idealiytic - The lan with the delicate air. J, 2 CATHERINE M. MCBRIEN Mission Club 33 Class Volleyball 3. Roguisb . . . congenial . . . determined . . . sincere - N ever a dull moment. MARY LOUISE McCARTHY Class Vxce pres1dent 1 Secretary 2 Dramatlc Club 2 Lnrerary Club 1 Class Basketball 1 2 3 Class Volley ball 12 3 Varsnty Basketball 3 Varslty Volleyball 3 Track 3 Slug Chaxrman 34 A A 34 C ompellrng re frexlazn g dmmatrc garly entbmrafttc A unwerml faworrte BARBARA ANN McGOVERN C Y A Representauve 3 Dramauc Club 4 M1ss1on Club 2 Bowlmg 3 Relzable ejficzent well rn ormed Jym putlaetzc A gtrl wrtb definzte ambrtzonr CATHERINE VERONICA McKENNA Class V1ce presldent 3 Spamsh Club 23 Class Bas ketball 2 3 Mxssxon Club 1 2 3 U npredzctabl e wrtty rolrcxo me dynamtc Better late than never' sag V' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 ' . . . , , , . 'Al ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' Ag'gg'f1 'afflfel 'ma' 2 92 MAUREEN VERONICA McMAHON Varslty Basketball 7 3 4 Class Basketball l 34 Class Volleyball 9 4 Affable prudent oblzgmg athletic Acceuzble lo all PATRICIA ANN McMAHON 16- Class Secretary 3 Nytana Staff 4 Manac Staff 34 Manager of Varslty 4 Compamonable zmauummg qmck wzlted tenaczouxly entlaaxzamc Oar .fclaolamc :tar PHILOMENA KATHLEEN McNULTY Student Counc1l 4 Spanxsh Club 2 3 4 M1ss1on Club 1 2 3 Class Volleyball 2 3 Class Basketball 1 2 Soplmtzcated ammated wzllowy candzd A model .r grace .IOAN PATRICIA MILLER Student Counc1l 3 Marne Staff 3 Sewmg Club 1 MISSIOH Club 1 2 3 4 Class Basketball 1 2 Class Vol leyball3 A A 34 Inzellectual congemal tranquzl depend able The effence of genlzlzty 93 .M ' 6. . -na: :sa ' 4 ,. Ka, 5 3 ,F ? A 7 3,7 8 aaa 11 Q' 1 7 L K 7 1 Q sax, as ' , ..,. .K-K' Student Council 34 Vice president 4 Glee Club 1,2, Competent imrujled alert unayfected - MARITA CECILIA BORGIA MULLIGAN Unpretentiom lovable urbane humorous Sincere refereed urzra d imaginative KATHLEEN ANN MINAHAN Missions 1,2g Class Basketball 1,253 Class Volleyball 2g Track 5g Athletic Assn. 5. C0-operative . . . endearing . . . deceptively quiet . . . imaginative - A delightful gamin. MARY PATRICIA MURRAY MJfl3C Staff 7 n Mlsslon Club 7 Inlellefllz zl elim: e perzllz e ffl 1:16112 Genrle znzabfrzmzezzell 49 MARY CATHERINE NEALIS Comczentzom canclzcl comzdemte Head aft A delightful companzon .IACQUELINE ALICE ODONNELL Spamsh Club 2 5 Student Councll 4 MISSIOD Club 2 Lacomc g lb una ected Jprzgbtly born bumorzft MARY .IOAN O DWYER Marxac Staff 4 Spamsh Club l'7 v4 M1ss1on Club l 2 3 Class Basketball 7 3 4 Chss Volleyball 2 34 Track 7 Sw1mm1ng 3 A A pl Original Jocmble zmmaterl determmezl I matzabl e curzontj 95 I, I-:L ,. , -I Q I f - ' '. A, . ,Z .Q .. . 2 g ' -A .,Lhg h t 6g-,., g. GLX' V ,,fl ELAINE MARIE P O REILLY Dependable optimirtzc courleour . . . fan- JUNE O'LEARY Class Treasurer 1,2g Mariac Staff 25,44 Nyrana Staff 45 Art Club 1,2,4g Cheerleader 2,3,4g A. A. 3,4 Popular . . . ierfatile . . . original . . . decidedly feminine - An intellectual glanzor girl. EILEEN PATRICIA O'MALLEY Class Basketball 1,25 Mission Club 2. Claeerful . . . .rympatbeiic . . . care-free . . . carnal - Inborn equanimily. JULIA ANN 0'NEILL Literary Club lg Sewing Club lg Mission Club 1,2,4g A.A. 3,4 Graciour . . . indurtriour . . . kindly . . . light-beam ed - A prototype of Jincerity. VIRGINIA ANN POWERS Class Basketball 2,3g Class Volleyball 3g Athletic Assn. 3. Relieent . . . comiclenzte . . . Jerene . . . gootl-mr tufecl Mature thought ulnerf FRANCES C PRELLI Nytana Staff 4 Mxssxon Club 234 Una ecledly cburmmg perfpzcaczouf en ume well groomed Sweet and lovely ROSE ELIZABETH PULICE Athlet1c Assn 3 Mxsslons 12 Independenf con dent zntellectually mquz wwe volanle An engagzng quemon box ,uma jp. I? 'YS CAROLE ANNE RAYMOND Student Councnl 34 Secretary of Student Councxl 4 Dramauc Club 24 Class Basketball 12 3 Tman trened regal Jpontaneoux operatwe A vwaczou: convermtzonalut -I f 1 lm' , l 6 ff ' .N.. " ' Lug - S ep' I k . 1 ...co 97 if le jg? Y a fp Z ea? Q CATHERINE MARY ROGERS Spanish Club 1,43 Class Basketball 3,4g Class Volley- ball 4g A. A. 3,4g Mission Club 1,2,3. Impixh . . .diyjzidem . . . Jbyly Jociable . . . chipper A 2,1 -"Happy-go-lucky". A a aa C WN GERALDINE ANNE SANSONE Class Secretary 1 Student Counc1l 3 Nytana Staff 4 Manac Staff 4 Lxrerary Club 1 Arr Club 1234 Rxdmg Club 4 Class Volleyball 3 M1SS1OU Club 1 2 A A 34 Lovely capable cordzal xophntzcaleaf An expert at the eaxel ALICE ANNE SEGERS Class Secretary 4 Manac Staff 1 2 3 Edxtor of Marlac 4 Nyrana Staff 4 Dramauc Club 2 Pubhc Speakmg 2 Arr Club 12 Glee Club 1 Sewxng Club 1 Cale af a button cfearwe mgemoux realutzc Mature emczency MARY THERESA SHANAHAN Camera Club 1 2 Class Basketball 1 2 Athletxc Assn 3 Class Volleyball 2 Soft Jpokevz comzderate Jerene generou: Uvzafsummg rzendlznefx J 5 5 Z l V l L 7 7 9 3 S V 7 7 1 7 9 L' 4 u 3 q "'k ' 9 J ff' A1 , Q S 3 ' , azz , , . l i - A ,f H A 54? 98 V 2212524 f ff l V 1 az 1 PATRICIA ANN SMITH Glee Club 1' S anish Club 23,43 Cheerleader 13 Mis- , P sion Club 1,2,3. Irreyiftible . . . delightfully feminine . . . graciozu . . . unforgettable - One in a million. EILEEN AGNES SPREEN Baller 17 Mxssxou Club 1734 Demufe H166 ill C07ZJL'l671ll0ZtJ' C071 8 Jzderaie A Jweet Joplyiflicate MARTHA ANN STIEGER Publnc Speakmg 1 Clee Club 17 Lnerary Club 1 MISSIODS 12 Class Basketball 12 34 Class Volley ball 234 A A 54 Gemal orthright obligzng e ewefcenl Contagzouf gazety EILEEN MARY SULLIVAN Glee Club 1 Spamsh Club 2 3 4 Smg Cornmmee 2 MISSION Club 1 7 3 Loquacious e ervefcenz lovable zmpub A live wire' 99 ,I Q : fa" Y Q ,-1 " ,-,,- I I A "' ' ' 11 ,-L' L " . 'V . - V 77 !7S? , 5- ,,9 . 'Rfb' " ...fy 3-1- ,,. .N I his V 'yi f . 47 Mp ,YJ -,,,,. BARBARA ANN TOBIASEN Marine Stan' 43 Operetta 2g Varsity Basketball 25,43 Treasurer of A. A. 4g A. A. 3,43 Class Basketball l,5,4g Track Varsity 2,5. "Toby" . . . ecstatic . . . arlverzturous . . . umhlliozxs . . . capricious - A zleep ihinher disguised in a wrap- per of delightful humor. ' ...ai GERALDINE PATRICIA TONRY Glee Club 1,2,5,4g Sewing Club lg A. A. 3, 4g Mission Club 1,2,3. Angelic . . . beguiling . . . conscientious . . . appeal- irzgly zmusslmzirzg - A Dresden figurine. N. EILEEN FRANCES TOOMEY Ballet lg Sewing Club lg Sing Committee 2,4g Class Basketball 12 34 Class Volle ball 34' Bowlin assi Y as g Club5. Co-operative . . . refreshing . . . studious . . . com- paniomzble - A sprightly stylist. FRANCES ERIKA TSCHORN Glee Club lg Ballet lg Missions 1,2g Class Volleyball 3g Track 35 A. A. 3. Humorous . . . co-operative . . .shyly dignified . . . reserved - Elusive charm. 100 7 QU'- CLARE BERNADETTE WALSH Riding Club 4 Athletic Assn 9 4 Debomzazre zzzdztzdzzalzmc re a g dzfen gagmgly cbarmmg The embodzment 0 clamcal grace NANCY LOUISE TUVOMEY Sing Committee 43 Bowling Club 5. Genial . . . aniffzzozri , , . mozftfif . . . 'ozial - Jcintillating Jprile. KATHLEEN VERONICA VOUTE Athletic Association 9 Mission Club 7 Impulfne uzmome exuberant mure A wzll 0 the wup BARBARA ANN WALSH Dramatic Club 3 4 Clftss B151-cetbqll U 4 VTYSIIY Bas Soplmtzcaterl stately trei cbzc merczmal An apoizle 0 the zmprtzlzclable gnu- 101 7 Q- ...de ina if V ,A 6. I A ketball3,4. rm - f A ,' I ii ' - f ,, xt 0. A 1-f. '. g,.3, I. 5 . l , :ff i .4-1' 'ive ? a,'f MARY B. IVALSH Spanish Club 2,3,4g Class Basketball 2,35 Mission Club l,2,3. Daring . . .light-hearted . . . generous . . . lovahle - Dainty feminity. 1' 102 FRANCES HELEN WASSLER Nytana Staff 4g Mariac 1,2g Spanish Club 2,3,4g Sing Committee 2,3,4g A. A. 3,43 Class Basketball 1,2,3,4g Class Volleyball 3. Intelligent . . . attractive . . . ejeruescent . . . math- ematically-minded - Smooth efficiency. MARY THERESA WASSLER Class president lg Spanish Club 2,3,4g Student Coun- cillot 3,43 Mission Club 1,2,3. Versatile . . . charming . . . sophisticated . . . ma- ture - Neatness personified. SALLY JANE WHALEN Cheerleader 25 Athletic Assn. 3. Insouciant . . . candid . . . impetuous . . . self-as- sured - A cheerful optimist. 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