Academy of St Joseph - In The Pines Yearbook (Brentwood, NY)
- Class of 1944
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The blue-gold dome of the campanile glistening in noonday sunshine:
Creamy dogwood and festoons of fragrant wistaria.
Shell-pink apple-blossoms taking the place of golden forsythia.
Corn-stacks and autumn brilliance.
Icicled pines and snow-covered walks.
Brilliant dawns and gorgeous sunsets.
Brisk walks around "the bend".
Our own "minute man" significantly flying with "Old Gloryn.
The arrival of welcomed mail.
The military aspect of morning inspection.
Ash Wednesday and our annual Retreat.
Welcoming distinguished and inspiring visitors.
,Parliamentary law and speech classes, with the contests.
The "Tea Dance", with pretty prints and dress uniforms.
Distributing Christmas baskets from the trailer.
Summer reunions at the S. S. C. A.
Preparing attractive shrines for our Lady.
Brentwood traditions and ideals.
The joy of becoming a "child of Mary".
The long-awaited joys of Commencement.
Honors and speaking parts.
Holy Mass in the early morning and visits to the chapel now and then.
The sacred solemnity of Benediction.
Health and happiness.
Winning and losing on Field Day.
Pleasant companionship and lifelong friendships.
Comprehensive and efficient training for the long, useful years ahead.
Love and loyalty.
Devotion and inspiration.
Peace and contentment.
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do not disturb or impede the desires of
peoples' for peace by actions which, in-
stead of encouraging confidence, rather
inflame, hatreds anew and strengthen
determination to resist. Give all nations
a justified hope of worthy peace which
does not clash with their right to live and
their sense of honor. Let it be clearly
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POPE PIUS XII
AT THE PEACE TABLE
HAT the Holy Spirit shall soon bring peace to this war-torn world,
and that the guiding hand of Christ the King shall prevail at the
next peace conference: that is the earnest prayer and confident
hope of the Class of Nineteen Forty-four, graduates of the Academy of
Saint Joseph, Brentwood, New York.
As we leave "the Pinesn, we carry with us our promise for peace.
Gur Catholic training has taught us the true meaning of peace. It has
made us realize that Almighty God is the only source of real peace. For
His moral law is the firm foundation for just and lasting peace.
The sons of America, with trust in God, are fighting and even dying,
that we may be free from paralyzing fear and ruthless oppression. They
are making the supreme sacrifice that tyranny and pagan principles may
be obliterated from the world of tomorrow. The loss of our young men,
the living embodiment of American ideals, is a terrible price for freedomg
it is a price that must not be paid in vain. Since the treacherous attack
on Pearl Harbor we have regretfully, yet proudly, watched fathers,
brothers, relatives and friends answer the call-to go to the service of
God and country. We would not have it otherwise, for America,s
future was challenged, her freedom, so dearly bought, was imperiled.
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our valiant men and women in the armed forces.
This awful conflict had its origin in forgetfulness of God, as the
failure of the Versailles Treaty was due to the exclusion of God. Hatred
and tyranny will not cease until man makes God's law the foundation-
stone of his life. Godlessness, with all its evil implications, has naturally
led to materialism, which makes might, right, and utterly disregards
justice. Totalitarianism, racism, and international distrust have followed
in the wake of materialism. And, as a natural consequence, the lack of
charity and mutual regard, in these "isms," has brought about the social
and economic evils of the modern world.
These present-day evils-such as Godless education, divorce, the
unjust demands of the state regarding the education of children, denial
of the rights of private property, disregard for the individual in the
state, the unjust distribution of wealth - have long been recognized by
our Sovereign Pontiff, Pius XII. For these evils he has offered salutary
remedies, closely allied with peace. His conception of peace harmonizes
with democratic principles, and implies condemnation of totalitarian
policies. No man living is better equipped than is our Holy Father for
dealing with these modern evils. As linguist, world-traveler, vicar of
Christ and Father of Christendom, he possesses all necessary knowledge,
insight and experience. The fearless champion of the interests of every
religion, race and nation, he loves all without partialityg and is vigilantly
anxious for their welfare. Filled with the spirit of Christianity, he not
only sees and hears of tragic miseries, but he has personally met victims
of the modern world's awful cataclysm.
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hundred sixty-five million children, as Well as those outside the Church,
on the side of enemy and of friend, he should be present at the next peace
conference. He would be an ideal representative of che Omnipotent and
Divine Law-Giver. Desiring no prestige or aggrandizement for himself
or the Catholic Church, he would plead the cause of true and lasting
peace, with charity and justice. It has been suggested that representa-
tives of all other Christian denominations, as well as a representative of
the Jewish people, also occupy places at the peace-table. In fact, the
proposal has been made that one-tenth of those who plan the rebuilding
of the world should represent religion. Christ's presence at the confer-
ence, in the person of His vicar on earth, is necessary, for His guid-
ance would insure Christian principles in the reconstruction of our
In his Five Points for Permanent Peace, our Holy Father includes
the "four freedoms," the Eight Points of the Atlantic Charter, and also
the Seven Points of the recent "Declaration of World Peace," prepared
by American Catholics, Protestants and Jews. Pius XII insists that the
law of God, the Moral Order, is the only foundation of peace. He reit-
erates that triumph over hate is essential to permanent peace, that dis-
trust among nations must be conquered through justice, truth and fair
dealing. He condemns the false principles: that might makes right, and
that utility is a basis of right. Economic rivalry, he holds, must be
tempered by due regard for justice, and cold egoism or selfishness should
not govern national policy.
Following the lead of our Sovereign Pontiff, who made twenty-
eight appeals for peace in 1940 alone, who has dedicated his life to the
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cause of peace, and who is now making every effort to indicate the way
to true and lasting peace, we shall strive for peace. Meanwhile we pray
that the day will soon come when swords shall be exchanged for plow-
sharesg and spears for sickles. We beg the Prince of Peace that before
another year has passed peace with victory-peace with charity and
justice-will triumph. As Catholic women-mothers of the future-
we shall do all in our power to promote universal peace, through the
guidance of the Holy Spirit, the power of the Prince of Peace, and the
intercession of our Immaculate Mother. And we shall not neglect to
pray that our own United States may continue a beacon of liberty, and
a safe haven where men may live in harmony and peace through faithful
observance of God's two-fold law of love.
"Have no doubt: Christ is always with you. Imagine you see Him in
the places of your work, passing among you, noting your toil, listening
to your conversations, consoling your hearts, composing your disagree-
ments, and you shall see the workshop changed into the sanctuary of
Nazarethg and there will reign among you, too, that trust, that order,
that concord, which are a reflection of V the blessing of Heaven
which increases here below and conserves justice and good - will
among men who are steadfast in faith, in hope, in the lore of God."
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"The call of the moment is not for lamentation hut
action: not lamentation over what has heen, hut recon-
struction of what is to arise and must arise for the good
of society. It is for the memhers of the Christian family,
filled with the enthusiasm of Crusaders, to unite in the
spirit of truth, justice and love to the call: God wills it,
ready to serve, to sacrifice themselves, like the Crusaders
"May it please the Divine Redeemer from whose lips
came the words 'Blessed he the peacemalaersf' to en-
lighten the powerful and leaders of peoples, inspire their
thoughts, their feelings and their deliberations, make
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obstacles, mistrust and perils which obstruct the path
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We have often been entertained by Emily's play-
ing on piano and harpq charmed by her sudden
and spontaneous humorg and won by her gener-
osity and sincerity. Our Emily is an experienced
equestrienne, an avid reader and a talker indefa-
tigable. She has been elected "most intellectual."
We do not need to wish her luck. Une who gives
so much to life as Emily is naturally on the
The most striking thing about "Mitzie" is her
soft flaxen hair: the next, her "forget-me-not-blue
eyes." Whether she is gracefully ascending the
Golden Stairs, reading French or driving her car,
Catherine is her individual, poised self. We like
her pleasant musical voice and easy flow of con-
versation. An intelligent student, Catherine as-
pires to be a nurse. We know that she will make
an excellent one.
MARY ELIZABETH DIGAN
Mary Elizabeth has made herself an indispensable
member of the Senior Class of '44. She has a
unique way of combining the qualities that make
a fine classmate. Whether the project is a party,
homework, or a class meeting, she cooperates
wholeheartedly with gay enthusiasm. No matter
what life-path Mary Elizabeth may choose, her
dependable, energetic disposition and ready smile
will carry her through to happiness.
Ginny's originality and style have made her per-
fect Chairman of the Social Committee. Our
wonderful entertainments are due to her charm
and careful management. At a prom she is gra-
cious and stunningg at school she is honest and
unaffected. In her own way she tries to make the
world happier for everyone. Ginny is going to
get along well because in any cloud, she can al-
ways see a silver lining.
Alice's traits of character are trulv amazing. She
is persevering and diligent, artistic and musical.
Her interests in varied subjects are the combined
result of her world-wide travels and ten Vears
training at Brentwood. Telling jokes, sketching,
and playing the piano are three of her manv hob-
bies. Alice is conscientious about her school work
and attentive to her duties. Her strong character
will prove an asset at college.
JEANNE FRANCES FETT
ln appearance and personality Jeanne is undoubt-
edly the "cutest" member of the Class of '44,
Rosebud lips and sunny smile are typical of this
"little lady.', Our social day-student, who hails
from Brightwaters, is a ready listener to thc tales
of Brentwood Seniors. Jeanne, who is skillful with
her hands, finds knitting a favorite pastime. She
and her mother will keep the home fires burning
L'I1IIl Doctor liett comes home from the battlefront.
"Fitzie" always has a joke to tell. If she does not
know one, she creates it spontaneously. When
vour radio won't play she can always tell you why.
For four years she has shown her dependability by
her work on the Mission Committee. Most familiar
characteristics to us are her cleverness in l'math,"
her truthfulness, and her Irish smile. .Ioan her-
self has said, "In future years you will find me
Her title, "Class Optimistf' is a just tribute to
Freddie, the genius of '44. She is most generous
with her time and with her packages of delicious
food that arrive so often from home. Definite
proofs of Elfrieda's many outstanding talents are
her accomplishments as Editor-in-Chief of "Cam-
panile" and Chairman of the Poster Committee.
We know that her genuine unselfishness will con-
tinue through life.
Myriam's black hair and fair complexion make
her our most striking Spanish Senior. She has
mastered several languages, and willingly helps
the girls who rush to her with their lfrench and
Spanish difficulties. We shall miss her earnest in-
terest in learning, and her unselfish manner, by
which she has won our hearts. We know Myriam
has helped our Pan-American Policy greatly by
her stay at dear Brentwood-imthe-Pines.
She talks, she sings, she laughs, she understands!
She shows understanding in her deep brown eyes.
Her sympathy we all found and appreciated when
she was our Class President and Prefect. Bobbie
becomes inspired with the opportunities and capa-
bilities of youth. She is a dynamic example of
Catholic girlhood: eager, she is prepared to meet
the challenge of the future. And, best of all, she
is always smiling.
Joan is destined for greatness! To the Seniors of
'44 she has been the embodiment of class spirit,
and the constant provider of those unforgettable
chocolate cakes. As President of the Student
Council, her conscientious work has been heroic.
Our popular and "best-dressedn Senior spends
many free moments in the kindergarten with her
favorite friends, little children. Her goal in life
is to be a child specialist.
For nine years, unpredictable Suzie has flashed her
laughing blue eyes on the Brentwood pines. She
has learned to take the ups and downs of life at
A. S.J. with calmness and charm. Our attractive
socialite can express her opinion with that warm,
winning manner. In future years, fun-loving
Suzie will wear a nurse's cap. Our white angel
of mercy is aiming high, and she has the courage
to "make it."
"Michelle" is our vivacious and all-American
Senior. She is frank, sensible, and easy to get along
with. We find her pet peeve, freckles, one of her
attractive features. Her unaffected, happy-go-
lucky air takes her through rough spots with her
chin up. She is a pleasant companion, because she
is always in a lively mood. We know that in the
Cadet Nurse Corps, Joan's energy and ability will
bring Victory nearer.
Smile, personality, sweet humor! These plus a
jovial disposition and genuine loveliness have won
for June the title, "the ITIOSI congenial of '44."
Her fun-loving spirit and jollity have kept us
smiling through! Many happy memories will re-
call June as class oflicer in her Junior class, as
ollicer of the Sodality this year, and as a dear
friend. We are pleased to recommend her to
The Arcade daily resounds with the pitter-patter
of Barbara's dancing feet as she makes use of every
minute. "Magee" is one of our liveliest and most
conscientious Seniors. She may be depended upon
to make a success of whatever she begins. Her
cute expressions and mannerisms have made her
"one of us" in the three years she has been with us.
We know petite, gracious Barbara will continue
We have quickly made friends with Margarita,
our "fair Senorita" from Cuba. She charms us
with the music of her native songs, which she
sweetly plays on her guitar. She lives that zealous
Spanish faith of old, with sincere innocence.
Attending Brentwood for but one year, she has
readily adapted herself to American studies. Her
dimples and laughing eyes will long remain in
On the dance-floor and on the hockey field, Isabel
is always superlative. For the past year, she has
been the active and efficient President of the
Athletic Association. At Brentwood, she has made
history with her famous remark on Aggie's voice,
"You sing like a Cannery Ccanaryjf' We wish
Isabel every possible success.
"Sunshine," as Pat has been nicknamed for four
years, perfectly describes the character and per-
sonality of our lovely "bit of Erinf' The gleam
of her Irish eyes, as well as her bell-like voice,
has brightened our life at A. S. J. Pat,s love for
music, we feel certain, will carry her high into
the realms of success.
If the Class of '44 were to present a Distinguished
Service Medal, it would be given, by unanimous
vote, to Ellen. Through her untiring generosity,
she has proved herself a true graduate of St.
Anne's. Riding her bicycle down McGeady Hill
transforms her from an Academy pupil to a little
home-maker,whose hobby is baking surprise dishes.
Like a subtle summer wind, Doris "breezed" into
Brentwood quietly and unobtrusively this autumn.
In one year we have found that behind reticent
manner is a fund of understanding, a treasure of
adventures, and an ocean of dry wit. We all envy
her distinctive taste in clothes and her unique
manner of expression.
Aggie is the prima donna of our class. She is a
happy-go-lucky girl. Where you hear laughing
or fun, you may be sure Aggie is there. Her main
ambition is to sing in the Metropolitan Opera
House. There is no question in our minds that she
will attain her objective. Besides possessing a most
beautiful voice. Agatha also has big brown eyes.
liileen is full of fun. Her blonde curls, which
have won for her the name "Fluff," make a strik-
ing contrast with her sharp, brown eyes. Her
unforgettable expression, "tout de suite,' is typi-
cal of her amazing sense of humor. She has an
unusual way of working herself into an impossible
situation, and laughing her way out.
Every girl at Brentwood has a word of praise for
good-natured "O'Sull." Marjorie is a grand sport,
she is brimming over with wholesome, lrish humor.
Her famous snap-shot album is filled with pictures.
Margie is going to live the "Catholic way": that
will keep alive the memory of her valiant
It is a great deal of fun to know "Smithie." Her
name is synonymous with a hearty laugh and a
cheerful story. She loves "little things," like bak-
ing cakes, writing letters and especially receiving
them. Her shiny blonde hair is the envy of all.
Irenels ability to see the good in everyone makes
her an unforgetable friend.
Renee is one of the gayest members of the Senior
Class. Her happy disposition and cheerfulness are
known to all. However, she undertakes all tasks
with earnestness and determination. Renee loves
music and is happiest when dancing, singing or
playing the piano. She is exceptionally partial to
delicious desserts and her home state, New Jersey.
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Will give to the world another Grace Moore.
lfileen O'M.1ra surely will wed,
And blushing to the altar she'll be led.
Margie O'SuIlivan hopes to be a big reporter,
If she remembers all that was taught her.
Irene Smith :lima to be a dancer,
Until she meets n good romnncer.
Renee Yerg in radio will make Ll name:
Give her time and she'll attain fame.
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Training in speech and dramatics Ends adequate expression in an
important event of our senior year-the Christmas Play. As shepherds
and angels, Roman soldiers or inn-keepers, carollers or Magi, we lovingly
portray the ever-ancient, ever-new advent of the dear Christ Child.
The I-Iallowe'en Play, the performance of December 8, as well as our
traditional Nativity Play, assist in preparing participants for the Bishop's
various Speech Contests. Barbara Humphreys and Kathleen Novosel
were respectively winner and runner-up in the Zone Contest. Barbara
will, therefore, represent the Zone in the Final Contest on May 21.
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A Sincere Vote of Gratitude
To Our Zealous Chaplains, Reverend Hugh Graham and Reverend Robert Charpentier
To Our Kind Friends, Monsignor Belford and Reverend Edward Donovan
To Our Generous Reverend Mother Jane Frances
To Our Devoted Directress, Sister Saint Edward
To Sister Maria Francis, Sisters and Teachers
To Our Self-Sacriiicing Parents and Guardians
To Our Faithful Printer, Mr. Leo B. Guelpa fof Electric Pressj
To Our Photographer, Anne Donahue
To Our Advertisers, Subscribers, and Boosters
To Our Fellow-Students and all others who have assisted us
We Wish to Express Our Deepest Gratitude and Appreciation
For Making Possible the Publication of This Year Book
PLEASE, DEAR READERS, PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS AND PATRONS
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SACRED HEART SEMINARY
Private Day School for Boys and Girls
Complete Course of Study for the Regents
State Board of Education
95 FULTON STREET tg HEMPSTEAD, L. 1.
Telephone: Hempstead 412
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Jackson Avenue and Twelfth Street, Long Island City
Telephone STil1wel1 4-8800
Conducted by the Sisters of Saint Joseph
SCHOOL OF NURSING
INSTITUTE OF PATHOLOGY, MEDICAL SOCIAL SERVICE
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St. Joseph's College for Women
245 CLINTON AVENUE
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Courses in Arts, Pure Science
and Social Science
Leading to A.B. and B.S. Degrees
FOR INFORMATION WRITE TO REGISTRAR
SAINT AGNES SEMINARY
2201-2221 AVENUE R, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Telephone: ESplanade 6-2817
ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE PREPARATORY FOR GIRLS
Affiliated with the University of the State of New York
CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF SAINT JOSEPH
Bus Service Cafeteria Service
Accessible To All Parts of Brooklyn and Long Island
FOR BOOKLET, ADDRESS THE DIRECTRESS
66th ANNUAL SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER 11, 1944
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ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL
342-348 Bridge Street
375 Pearl Street Brooklyn' N' Y'
Approved by the Regents of the University of the State of New York
Regents Business High School Diploma and Entrance to College
Courses Leading to B. S. in Business Administration
Under the Direction of Sisters of Saint Joseph
An Annex for the Catholic Girls in the Bay Ridge and
nearby sections, at the direction of thc Most Reverend Bishop,
is located in St. John Evangelist School, 21st Street, near Sixth
The girls who begin their work at this school will be trans-
ferred later to the Main Building on Bridge Street. Work at
the Annex, as well as at the Main Building, will be under the
Regents of the University of the State of New York.
EVENING CLASSES IN ACADEMIC AND BUSINESS SUBJECTS
BRIDGE STREET BUILDING
Registrations in the Main Building-First Week of September
Telephone TRiangle 5-4588
ACADEMY OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
697-710 CARROLL STREET
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Telephone STerling 8-8971
HIGH SCHOOL if
COLLEGE PREPARATORY FOR GIRLS 5
Affiliated with the University. of the State of New York Q
Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph
FOR BOOKLET - ADDRESS THE DIRECTRES5
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A COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
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C OI N D R E H A L L
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Conducted by the Brothers of The Sacred Heart
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PCR BOYS 8 TO 12 YEARS-JULY 9 TO AUGUST 19
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All those for Whom you ought to pray, or to
whom you owe a debt of gratitude, Whether
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THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION
OF THE FAITH
15 ,000 Masses are offered every year for all
those in the United States who are enrolled
CONSULT YOUR DIOCESAN DIRECTOR
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75 GREENE AVENUE, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Telephone STerling 3-2470
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COURSES LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF B A
AND TO THE DEGREE OF B S in Laboratory Science
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COURSES OPEN TO MEN AND WOMEN
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executives meet you in a friendly atmosphere,
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experience. Have you a trust or banking matter
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KINGS COUNTY TRUST CO.
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Philip A Benson
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Leonard D. O'Brien . Assistant Secretary
William Tunis .,,,,, ,... . . Comptroller
Robert A. Drysdale
Kerwin H. Fulton
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New York City
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Established January 1922
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36 West 36th Street, New York, N. Y.
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148 Lafayette Street
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H. L. Terry 86 Sons, jewelers
31 Years in ISLIP 1 Year in BAY SHORE
S5 Years in SAYVILLE
Watches - Diamonds - Repairing
Evans-Amityville Dairy, Inc.
47 Wellington Place
Amityville, N. Y.
Telephone: Brentwood 7800
Butler Grocery Store
THOMAS KELLY, Prop.
GROCERIES, FRUI TS AND VEGETABLES
BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS
BORDEN'S ICE CREAM
BRENTWOOD ROAD AND Sth AVENUE
BRENTWOOD, L. I.
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PHONE 7643 WE DELIVER
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COAL ' PAINTS
75 Years and More our Friends and Patrons
have held a most courteous welcome to visit our establishment.
That invitation stands today and continues on.
If at all interested, whether or not you purchase, your
visit is just as welcome.
Our Institution is a storehouse of most valuable Catholic
interests. Look over our Book Department. Meet there old,
as well as new friends. You will be delighted.
A complete and varied stock of Religious Articles, Prayer-
books, Metalware, Statues, etc. In fact every possible item for
Catholic Church, Home or Personal use.
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Frederick Pustet Company, Inc.
14 BARCLAY STREET
NEW YORK CITY
T lephone EVergreen 8 2600
PORK PROD UC TS
General Offices and Plant
25 to 45 LOMBARDY STREET
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
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183 E. Main Street, Bay Shore, L. I.
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36 West 15th Street, New York, N. Y.
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51 East 21st Street, New York, N. Y.
KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - STERILIZING APPARATUS
Factory: 20 Keap Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
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282-292 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE PREPARATORY AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
Conducted by Sisters of Saint Joseph
Affiliated with the University of the State of New York
Courses in Music, Piano, Violin, Harp, Theory, Harmony
For particulars address the Directress-Bus Service
C. WALTER SEE
DISPENSING OPTICIANS SINCE 1902
Professional Building, Hempstead, N. Y.
3 5 9 3 -7 9 00
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SUPERIOR LINEN COMPANY, Inc.
Importers, Exporters and Mill Agcnfs
SUPPLIES FOR HOTELS, HOSPITALS,
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410 Broadway, New York, N. Y. I
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Comlucled by the Sisters of Charity
Offers A. B. and B. S. Degrees
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Approved by the Association of American Universities
Extensive campus bordering Hudson River-Twelve miles from
Grand Central Station, New York City
For Particulars Address Registrar
i Telephone HEmpstead 4055 Night Telephone HEmpstead 7605
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198 Jackson Street, Hempstead, N. Y.
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DIEGES 85 CLUST
MANUFACTURERS OF JEWELRY FOR THE
CLASS OF 1944
17 John Street, New York, N. Y.
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25 Bond Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
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"If We Made It for Gold, I-t's Goldl'
Reliable Manufacturers of
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30 Park Place, New York City
Wholesale Fruit 86 Produce Exchange, Inc.
Eastern Parkway 86 Oakview Avenue
Farmingdale, New York
BEHRER - NASON - COMPANY, Inc.
PIPE - VALVES - FITTINGS
PLUMBING - STEAM MATERIALS
77-81 Beekman Street, New York, N. Y.
Telephone ISlip 830-465
WILLIAM EGELMAN PHARMACY
SURGICAL SUPPLIES-DISPENSING oPT1c1ANs
THE REXALL STORE-PRESCRIPTIONS
585 Main Street, Islip, L. I., N. Y.
Telephone COrtlandt 7-7171
PATRICK B. FITZGERALD
HARTFORD ACCIDENT AND INDEMNITY CO.
110 William Street, New York
300 Park Avenue, New York City
EDWARD O'TOOLE CO.
65 Barclay Street, New York
Capt. D. F. O'Sullivan fR.I.P.J
Rev. Edward L. Curran, Ph.D.
Commander Edwin Fisher
Cdr. and Mrs. R. G. Vaughan
Major W. Clark
Capt. R. S. Clark
Capt. Martin H. Kilmann
Joseph Kenny, U.S.M.R.
Bernard Shanahan, S.2fc
Lawrence J. Maxwell, U.S.N.
A. S. R. J. Morgenweck, U. S.
Albert Morgenweck, S.M.3fc
Pvt. E. J. Heenan
Misses M. and E. Shea
SPONSORS AND BOOSTERS
Dr. and Mrs. William T. Doran
William P. Burch
Alice E. Conway
Anna May Kaiser
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Kennedy
A Thomas Kennedy, Aviation Cdt.
G. E. Mail'
Mrs. Dennis O'Sullivan
Miss Rosemary F. Murray
Mrs. Harold Haughey
Mrs. Joseph Burns
Mrs. Francis Shea
Mrs. Mary Cronin
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mattera
Mr. and Mrs. Charlese Hafeli
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Sehreier
Anne Marie Henderson
Nellie F. McCann
Mrs. John Maxwell
Pvt. Frank Sulima
Mrs. L. F. Dickinson
Helen M. Quinn
Lillian M. Young
Ruth M. Nelmes
Mrs. M. T. Dickinson
Inspector Harold R. King
Mary Jewel Dickinson
Mr. H. S. Mosher
Spivak's Jewelry Store
New Men's Shop
Mrs. F. Bullard
Mrs. W. Bergin
Mrs. Joseph Donovan
Mrs. P. Iannucci
Mrs. Thomas Lupo
Joan M. Lane
Mrs. Mary Grado
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hannigan
Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan
Mrs. John McQuade
Catherine McCarthy, LL.B.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan
Mary Lou Mallin
In Memory of Frank Garretson
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hogan
Mrs. Warren Rover
Mrs. Persy Glover
Mr. and Mrs. C. Raymond Daily
Mrs. Richard Hamilton
Mrs. Stephen Hamilton
Mrs. Stephen Hamilton, Jr.
Mary Hamilton E
Mrs. Dick Plate
Bay Shore Textile Store
Freedman's Department Store
Mrs. A. M. Anderson
Joseph Darcy, Jr.
Mrs. J. White
Mrs. K. Egan
Mrs. S. Carter
Mrs. E. Carter
Mrs. E. J. Heenan
Sgt. H. Eddy
Mrs. A. W. Turney
Mrs. H. Godsell
Mrs. M. F. Conry
Mrs. Lyle S. Freeman
John C. Newton
Frederick W. Thomann
John T. Cobrick
Walter L. Wright
Rose Marie Aragona
Mrs. A. M. Siudzinski
Mrs. Helen Farr
Mrs. Mary Kiss
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