Academy of St Joseph - In The Pines Yearbook (Brentwood, NY)

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' .. -4 E SENIQR CLASS fi E gm, QW OUR ALMA MATER Pine trees grown so very tall, Same in summer and in fall- Sentinels, so proud and straight, Guard well our beloved gate! - A pleasant sight to us - well known - A part of our dear second home. - With you we have often shared Our varied secrets and our cares. You remember when we came - Little Freshmen -all the same: Bewildered, scared, prone to beware, Yet Senior Hall to walk we,d dare! - As Sophomores we were not shy, And gaily watched each day go by. For Latin even we were eagerg The Ides of March we buried Caesar! Soon Jolly juniors we became, Saint Catherine,s Hall- our Hall of Fame. - Our Senior year then loomed in sight, VVe seemed to grow up overnight. Pine trees swaying with the breeze, Like old friends, our worries ease. Seniors we are now at lastg And Senior rings are coming fast. - Finally for them we kneel, And new, lasting joy we feel. - Senior weekends, Christmas play, Dances, concerts - happy days. - And Class Night some few tears we shed, VVhile Commencement loomed ahead. B 0 9 Pine trees pointing toward the sky, The time has come to say, "Cood-byel,'- Dear Alma Mater and kind Friends, God bless you ,til we meet again! CI. V. and A. KJ W DEDICATION O'OUR BELOVED PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. WHO HAVE WISELY - UNSELFISHLY - GENEROUSLY PREPARED US FOR THE FUTURE AND ENABLED US TO BECOME GRADUATES OF THE ACADEMY OF SAINT JOSEPH WE LOVINGLY - GRATEFULLY - HOPEFULLY DEDICATE OUR "IN-THE-PINESH "'V0lzmtas Dei-Pax Nostra" "THE WILL OF GOD-OUR PEACE" THESE WORDS, from the biography of our Holy Father, Pope Iohn XXIII, we have chosen as our motto. Inspiring and practical, "The Will of God, Our Peacen, must be for us a lifetime guide and prayer, for it embodies the fundamental principle of Christian living. It is the ever recurring motif that runs through the sonata of a well-directed life. It has been the pre- dominant theme in our varied and profitable years at Brentwood. As Cardinal Roncalli and Patriarch of Venice, our present Pope often repeated this aspiration. With the will of God ever in mind, he met and efficiently handled difficult affairs of state as well as baffling political problems. His strict adherence to God's will probably won for him the title, "Optimistic Patriarchv, which his beloved Venetians fondly called him. So we should permit the will of Cod to dominate our lives, "Thy Will be donev must be not only our daily prayer, but also a motive power guiding thoughts and actions. Doing God,s will means character building- cultivation of God-given gifts. It implies developing the two-fold virtue of charity and other necessary virtues, in short, doing the will of God is the road to sanctification. Following our God-Creator, Redeemer, Sanctifier-will make our lives truly successful and peaceful. He knows what is best for us.-His peace must be the answer to the message each one of us sends to Him: TRUSTING MY ALL TO YOUR TENDER CARE, AND KNOWINC THAT YOU LOVE ME, I,LL DO YOUR VVILL, WITH A HEART SINCERE, I,LL BE WHAT YOU WANT ME TO BE! OUR SUPREME PONTI1-'F HIS HOLINESS, PoPE JOHN XXIII Ql.KING or-' GLORY," may Your Kingdom come! Rule from Your "throne of gloryu fHeb 41163 in the hearts of children so that they may keep immaculate the shining purity of their baptismal innocence. Rule in the hearts of youth so that they may grow in wholesomeness and purity and in docility to the voice of those who represent You in the family, in school, and in the Church. Rule in the heart of the home so that parents and children may live united in the observance of Your holy law. Rule in our country so that in the harmonious ordering of the social classes all its citizens may regard themselves as children of the same heavenly Father, called to work together for the common temporal good and happy to belong to that one Mystical Body, of which Your Sacrament is both the symbol and the everlasting source. Rule finally, 0 King of Kings and "Lord of Lords" fDeut 10:17l over all the nations of the earth and enlighten the rulers of each nation that, inspired by Your example, they may nourish "thoughts of peace and not affliction" Cjer 29:11 J. fPmyer Composed by Our Holy Father? HIS EXCELLENCE' MOST REVEREND WIALTER PHILIP KPLLLENBERG. D.D.. L.L.D. Bishop of Rockcille Centre Diocese A MESSAGE EOR US IN OUR MOST REYEREND BISHOFS RECENT LETTER fCA1'l!Kll,!C CIlAlil'IEIL2S APPEAl,l UUR ixuissun SAVIOH was Charity itsc-lf. His Divine Low- exte-nclccl to thi- sinful, thc- nlislic-artc-liccl. thi- Poor and the sick. Ile clcmonstratccl Pracficallv the manner in which a Christian must lu-lp his follow man, in order to please God. . . . Hr- callc-cl us amlmssaclors of Christ- mcsscngors bringing Cmlis love to our follow man. . . XVALTEH P. KE1,l,riNuEm: Kliislzop of Rockville Centrel fQuotPrl from Tmf: FIYAHLET, May 14, 19603 OUR ZEALO ' CHAPLAI J 'X ii Iirzvrzlamlx VIIHQII. Pmwzn Assislrnzf Clmplain R EN' ERI-LNIJ JOHN I,EON.xHl1 Clmplzzin SENIORS - Antoinette, Margaret and Joanne K THE SENIOR RINGI Our heme -i' i' 5 c V.,, u liz 1. tv f mf ,.......AA--- . 'x ,, g Q ST dx A hm, ,f.. 0 ,. N o5l7v,w"ff'V ' .Og-f lvsl' fly 0 4 lf' i X229-2 llwll 1114 ci. , 'fx '25 G-'X ,KK Sv! gi Kb . 4-mn 'lsvflhj' 8 s. ,WSI 1 'Xu' Q 2 ut. rx I X X ts I 5 llxlll A T THE PRESENT TIME, no doubt, our most cher- ished possession is our Senior ring. For three years we happily and longingly anticipated the joy of wearing it - as our very own. Modeled on the school seal, the ring presents matter for thought, not only at graduation time, but also through the years and decades that may be ours. Beautiful and symbolic, it will remain a reminder, an inspiration and even a consolation. Unchanging and lasting, the gold circle suggests eternity-and the Divinity of our Lord. In the garnet we may read fidelity and loyalty to ideals, as well as selfless love and devotion. The lamp reminds us of faith, strong and endur- ing, and the torch represents the unending search for wisdom and knowledge. The closed book implies the varied accumulation of learning and culture, acquired during our high school years, whereas the open book invites us to begin a new record of accomplishment and service. In the olive branch we see a symbol of peace -lasting peace gained through adherence to ideals and inspiration. And, finally, we may consider the laurel branch the promise of eternal reward -the fruition of hopes and endeavors, of effort' and achievement-the never-ending happiness resulting from cooperation with our Lord and His Blessed Mother, with parents and teachers, with home and Alma Mater. '13 'A 'R X Hilvmuzxn Moruizu Superior-C mocziasi-:s or imoox i'i'iciu'o iuczo :UIIUIYII of the Sisters 0 lMM.u:ifLA'l'A NIARIA f Sain! joseph LYN AND HOCKYll.l,lC CIEXTHIC f"'st A MESSAGE T0 THE CliADUA'l'liS h it six c it iN oltcu 'i world of coiitrairv fx woiuin of tr:-iuvmloiis opportunity awaits you: 1 5 ic- . . U aims aiucl vulm-s. I urgv you to im-ct its clmllt-ngt-s lortifia-cl with tht- gilt of liortitutlv. This gn-nt gift of tlu- Holy Spirit, which comlxim-s courage' with clccisiou, str-aclfustmss, 2lSSlIl'ilIll't'. :lull joy. is ulrczitly yoursg hut you must pray clziily for its iIllTl'llSl'. to ln- victorious in tlu- strugglv. 7 -4- lilit- sr nifiiwlv. au'u'ptixig plwmm- or Imiu, ohsvurity You will um-rl stu-ugtli of soul to lun X I . - 1 ' ' ' l - l' untz-cl to sau-rificv for otlicrs, or hiiiw. slim-vi-ss or failure with 1-quail grain-. lou must me unc .i lzihor tire-lt-ssly to fulfill Goals clcsigns for you, mnkc lizxiuliuips thc sta-ppiug stouvs to au.-liit-vc-im-lit. lllililliillll your l'X1lltt'il ith-ails, or cleft-ml tlu- faith which is your riclu-st tl'm-aisiin-. Only if you nrt- 1-lothr-cl with tlw uriuor ol' Coil in your clay-lmy-clay vucouutt-rs with tht loru-S of lllktlt'l'itlliSlll aiucl svlfishnvss will you hc truly xziliamt woincn-strong with tht strvugth of Christi N1o'rmcn IMMncu1.A'rA Nhni.-x 932261 .5 vggtqjrl I-'S '.G Q Q M W' 'K 24 M ,Sa X -Q'H5Vlf'5!Q,6 1. H.. ..., , ,A gijj ' mi xv M, Ecfaflfy ITH THIS RING I thee wed, and I pledge to thee my trothf, The theme of your 1960 yearbook prompts me to write that it matters not whether we take these words in their literal couching of a marriage promise, or in their broader interpretation of a sacred dedication of oneself. The whole essence of ring symbolism lies in the idea of consecration-of binding oneself-of willingness to give all of oneself to that which occasioned the acceptance of the ring. Each of you can see the implication of wearing it openly on your linger. You proudly proclaim that you have contracted an engagement with your Alma Mater and that you profess a loyal devotion to her. She is, in a sense, a cherished one, a loved oneg she belongs to you and you to her. May I prayerfully suggest to you, dear Seniors, that you endeavor always to be true to the ideals embodied in each element of your ring's design! Read carefully the explanation of these as they unfold in the pages of your book. And, as succeeding years recruit new ring-wearers from the ranks of the under class students, may God grant that in accepting the ring, each will accept her responsibility to add her measure of fidelity to the century-old traditions of our beloved Academy and its faculty, the Sisters of St. Joseph. SISTER REGINA CELESTE, Directress. + THE ACADEMY FACULTY + REVEREND JOHN E. LEONARD ..... ........ C haplain REVEREND VIRGIL PowER .... . . .Assistant Chaplain SISTER REGINA CELI-:sTE .... .... D irect-ress SISTER M. RAARCELLINE .... . . .Secretary SISTER CARMEN MARIA .... .... B ursnr SISTER M. PARACLITA .................. . . .English Yearbook, Pros and Com SISTER MARIA HILDEGARDE ........ Senior 1, Latin, Italian Day Students, Propagation, Attendance SISTER JOHN BERCHMANS. ..... Senior 2, American History Sodality, Guidance SISTER HELEN MARGARET .... Sophomore 1, World History Tablet SISTER AGNES VIRGINIA ............. ...junior 1, Spanish Audio-Visual Education SISTER JEAN DOLORES .............. Typing, Stenography BERNADETTE DE LouRoI-is .... junior 2 Mathematics Student Activity Fund SISTER ANN CEGILIA ............. ..... H ome Economics Student Council SISTER NlARIA FREDERICK .............. junior 3, English The Campanile SISTER SISTER JEANNE URSULA. . .Sophomore 2, Law, Bookkeeping SISTER GRACE CATI-IERINE ............. Sophomore 3, Art Art Club, Athletics SISTER SAINT CATHERINE .... Sophomore 3, French, Latin Riding SISTER RAYNIOND M.ARIA ............ Freshman 3, Science Chairman of Program Committee, Freshman Grade Adviser SISTER IOSEPH MARIA ........ Freshman 1, Social Studies Senior Grade Adviser SISTER REGINA AssuMPTA ............ Freshman 2, Latin Minions, Sophomore Grade Adviser SISTER MARY Louis ........... Freshman 4, Mathematics Iunlar Grade Adviser, Uniforms SISTER BERNADETTE MWIAM .......... Physics, Chemistry SISTER SISTER M. ANASTASIA. . . . . . . .Iniirmarian MARIA LoUIs ................. ....... L ibrarian Library Service Club MRS. LORETTA ENGELS ............ Speech and Dramatics MRS. VIRGINIA DAvIs . .. . MR. IEROISIE BERNARD . . . MRS. DAURICE SNYDER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER . . . .Physical Education . . . .Horseback Riding .........Dancing MUSIC DEPARTMENT RosE MATTHEW ......... . . .Chainnan Orchestra CATHERINE CEcII.IA ......... .... P iano, Voice Glu Club CHARLES MARIE .......... . . . ........ Piano SAINT CECILIA . . . MARIA JANE . . . . . . . . .General Music, Piano . . . .Violin, Elementary Choral ART DEPARTMENT BLANCA MARIA ..... .... O ils, Water Color M. AGNELLA .... ........ G eramics MICHAEL MARIA. . . .... Ceramics, Portrait ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT GRACE MARGARET ................. Eighth Grade CECILIA DE SALES. .. ........ Seventh Grade M. FORTUNATA .... .... S ixth and Fifth Grades MARY MICHELLE. .. ...Fourth and Third Grades MARY HELEN ........... Second and First Grades Elementary Uniforms, Attendance .r I-A Niki-Q X49 5 -1.4: 4. fl like Ellglb 2, 'R 3A ,v.p1-2ffl- - "ff - fa, 5f'n-rl.: Ki! N5 ff- PAGE Our Alma Mater .... . . 2 Dedication .......................... . . 3 "Voluntas Dei: Pax Nostrai' - Our Motto. . . . . . 4 Our Supreme Pontiil, Pope Iohn XXIII .... . . . 5 His Excellency, Most Reverend NValter P. Kellenberg, D.D., LL.D. 6 Our Chaplains - Reverend john E. Leonard, Reverend Virgil Power 7 The Senior Ring: Our Theme .................. 8 Reverend Mother Irnmaculata Maria - 9 A Message to the Graduates .......,..... . . . "A Pledge of Fidelity" - Sister Regina Celeste ..... 10 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE The Academy Faculty .... , , 11 Our Graduates ........... ,, 13 Primy's and jackieis Page .... ,, 54 Classes ................. ,, 55 The Ring Ceremony .... , , 70 Activities .......... ,, 71 Behind the Scenes ............... . . 89 Some "IN-THE-PINES" Workers .... . . 99 Subscribers ................... ,,,, 1 00 Graduates of 1960 - Directory . . . . . . .101 "Our Gratitudev ............. Our Advertisers .... ....102 ....103 A N665 5 qw "w.....-"M GERALDINE BALDRICH Apparently quiet - records and rhythm, and New York Cityl - Expects to go to "So Latin-American Club Yearbook Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Edwa 14 CAROLYN PATRICIA ARCARO Diminutive, but seldom demure-sophis ticated regarding coiffures and clothes- Enjoys Campanile, riding, interesting per- sons-Future: Journalism 'Z' Campanile CManaging Editorl Riding Club fVice-Presidentl Yearbook C VVrite-ups l A true friend - Enjoys phie Newcomb College Q Advcrtisingl rd Arcaro Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo Baldrich Kwik? jqlflf M fps Qlk el, 1 A QQ AINE VERONICA BARTL T l ' "perfeetio11ist',-P11-tty mul ml 1 1 cl-Likes nrt, riding, ping-pong, and vst Pointl- llezlcly for flllL'Slllllt Hill C lege l A mipan L fArt incl I ILL Pclltorl Pros :Sc Cons A Yearbook fALlX'CftiSll1g, Q A f L L S Q-yr My f - i u J if W WGXKZQ XXX M P ewy '59 'A THELMA DEL CARMEN BARRERA Tllllllgllfflll and helpful-"A twinkle in her eye and u smile in her llCAlI'tD- Books and records her l1obl1y-Hopes to nmlor 111 l21l1gl11lgCS at Universzul cle Santa blllflll 'X' Lilflll-Allll'l'iCHIl Club Volley Bull Team Yearbook l . I-Ax Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Baitlett Mr. Manuel Barrera RENEE VERONICA BAUDIER "And she shall bring friendship wherever she goes . . .D - Favors "Airborne Division" - Likes to Write poetry and long letters - Interior Decorating her ambition -I' Athletics C Vice-Presidentj Art Club Varsity Basketball Yearbook C Advertisingj ,ZS MARGARET BIARY BERBERICH "Where Marge is, there is fun . . - Likes letters, tennis and customized cars-Medical Executive Assistant, her aim Yearbook Q Typingj Congratulations . . . i Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Baudier Mrs. Helen Berberich 16 PIIYLLIS MARIE CHIUCHIOL0 "A kind word :uid il big smile-warmth and i1llIgilii'l'n- linjovs bowling and summvr , sports - and iwr wiiitc' ciiairiot - Broxvncis Busim-ss Sc-lirmoi-iivi' in-xt unicorn Ycrzlrimok M W A Ji fgm yiipf Smiulily . .fix COI1gI'llflllllli0HS . . . Mrs. Isabel Chester Mr. and Mr U M KATHRYN MARCY CHESTER an . "Cci10i'uiiy spvukiiig . . witii ll smiic-H Vvd Enjoys coiivcrsaltioii, ici'-skalting, swimming ---Clillli-illlll1Ol'i'ii auici sonsiimlv-Cfoiitviiipiutvs "Mci'ciiumiisiiig" Pros N Cams fSvL'i'm-tzlryi Yi-zlrimok s. Daniel Chiuchiolo i MOIRA ANN CONNELLY Quiet and sincerc - Refined and conscien- tious-Hus HPt'2lCCflll., blue eyes-Likes riding und horses-Home Economics fat "Immacu- lutnv, Pennuj is her wisb + Riding Club Yearbook C Advertising J Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Cintron 18 ' CAROLYN ANNE CINTRON Always friendly and full of pep-4H celebrity -Swimming und dancing, baking and sewing she enjoys-Nursing nt "Mary lIIlfI'l1lClll21tC,,, ber future ambition + Sodality Campanile Glee Club flnillfklfiillll Yearbook Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connelly X ANNE SI-IEILA COUNIHAN Courteous and dependable - Always has helpful suggestions- Efficient secretary in certain class-Enjoys travel and sailing 'I' Campanile Yearbook is BARBARA LOIS CORSON "Her heart is young and gay" - Sweet and cheerful-Blonde hair and tanned complexion -Has chosen Browne's Business School as her next alma mater Yearbook Congratulations . . . A Mr. and Mrs. Richard Corson Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Counihan JOYCE MARGARET CROSS A pretty seuorita-"Still Waters run deep . . -Quiet und cooperutive--Sweet and gentle fFuture sec:1'ctm'y-uiicl briclcl Latin-Aim-rican Club Varsity Yearbook 'Rfk M Q , ri., ji VICTORIA CONSTANCE CUTRUFELLI Helpful amd quiet-A touch of mischief?- Likcs riding, poetry-and people-A "charm lt ing little lnclyv, who expects to "go YVOSF' to college 'l' Soclulity C Sr-crm-tu1'yl Clve Club Ricling Club Campunilc' Yearbook CAclvvrtising Iiclitorj Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Hubert F. Cross Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cutrufelli 20 DIANE DENISE ITAMBROSIO "A littlm- ol' lu-r lnnglitvr lingers licliincl . . fi -Enjoys "ull kinds of pc-oplc',-Likes con- vvrsution :incl popularity-Expvcts to "fly llnrongli tlw air" ins stvwnrclcssl 'I' Cln-vrlc-:ulc-r fVursityJ Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. john Dalton 1.9 si MARY ELIZABETH DA "A dollan' il clay keeps Mary Bvtli away Cencrons and livlpfnl-Pl'0l'crs s LTON P..- zliling. swim- ming and bowling faimong sportsj-Hopes to study nursing nt HIIIIIIIQICIIILIIQID 'I' Soclallity Class 'frcaisnrcr Pros 61 Cons C'l'rcusim-rl Ulm- Clnlm YQ-nrlmook Mr. and Mrs. L ouis D'Ambrosio ELIZABETH LOUISE D'AMBROSIO A sweet, friendly Senior, with a pleasant smile - Thoughtful and considerate - Quiet and cooperative - Likes dancing and - "dreamingf,-Plans to be stewarcless 'I' Yearbook 4 FRANCES DE LEO Expert bookkeeper, especially with class- fund debtors - Loyal and efncient - Enjoys parties and L.S.M.A. friends-VVould like to teach "Math,' in the years to come 'l' Class Treasurer Clee Club Yearbook Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Frank D,Ambrosio Mr. and Mrs. John De Leo 22 ll Aiimvlm l A 'Sixth' - 1 -- iwlcziz' 3"-leafs 'il-5 . . MARY ANN DEVLIN "ln silenee she eomes . . .U-Neat and eonrte- ous-l"riencl of Burlmru-Pastimes: shopping, mul visiting the heueh - Likes short hair- znncl the thought of heeoming an eflicient Yearbook Viz ky X. A " SALLY LDEL VECCH 0 ' "Snclclenly the silence is ended with her merry laugh . . ."- lJC17lxIllllllJll"- Enjoys ' ' residing, conversation - ears! - College next ffl in her plans ' 'I- Soclzllity Stnclent Council l'resiclent Daly Stuclents Clllllpllllfll' flkige Eclitorl Yl'2lI'lJ00k Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Michael Del Vecchio Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Devlin ' 23 C Q KATHLEEN GERTRUDE DUNN Pleasant and sweet at all times-Her good- ness exerts a spiritual effect on all she meets - Likes music, swimming and - helping others - Interested in future study of Social Service 'I' Sodality C Vice-Prefect D Clee Club Yearbook Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dillon 24 IOYANNE DILLON "Without a song-the day would be long . . - Generous and gay - Antidote for the "bluesy - Likes singing, "show" tunes and clowning! - On her way to New Rochelle College 'l' Sodality Student Council CSecretaryJ Glee Club Campanile CExchange Editor? Yearbook to Mr. and Mrs. William Sulhvan ANTONIA ROSA FONT flilllllAy'l'l lull ol' vitality-A uCllAlttCl'lNlXu- Lilws lvttl-rs, clnncing nncl lxozxting-Also city lilc'-Ilus not 1-xpn-ssl-ul llntnrv plans yct l,altin-Alnm-riL':1n Clnlm Vollvy Bull 'll-:nn YQ-nrlmook l ' 'QE SNXX Cl- w 1 DAWN MARIA DURNING "To know llcr is to lovc lwru--A fine' uCll'l'SS0l'n, with x'xcc'llc'nt tzxstv-"A tuilorccl XVOIHRIIIW- Hel' calm disposition wins nmnv fricncls Slnclvnt Council Class l,l't'SlLlL'!lt Ulm- Clnlm Ya-zu'lJook , 1 n Congralulnlions . . . Nlr. llllll Nlrs. jznnus Durning Mr. and Mrs. Iklllllll Font - NA. Cu 25 CAMILLE MARIE FURFARO Attractive curls always under control - Full of lung yet naturally reserved-Has a quiet sense of humor-Has many friends-Nursing lier future vocation 4. Class Co-Captain Yearbook fAclvertisingD CABMEN MARIE FRANCOEUR "She moves quietly and gracefully . . .v- "Lindy', expert-Always dependable and prompt-Expert at collecting nfundsn- Expects to enter the business world 'X' Yearbook 43 Lgafpf a4?4-2.1 p s ,,6,q,.g,7'a ,AMW v4"ff Congratulations . . . 1 A 444, ,d4,Q'y Saxon Laboratory, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore F urfaro 26 4CC1'1l1'kl R. Francoeur, Engl X ,cj ES'l'EI.I.A MARINA GONZALEZ lluir-slylisl-Au vxpmwul ul' Lllllll-AllH'l'lCilIl i'llllIll'l'-I,llil'S clclmliug ou ilIlV subjvct- Cfullm-ls slauups lm' I'l'lilXllllfiIl-A future luum--umlwr + llilliug Club l,llllll-AllIl'l'lK'ilIl Club Lluss Cuptuiu XV1'ill'l14lUli A z -V ff Congralulalions . . . Dr. and Mrs. Iosc Gonzalez Ciucopiui 1'-9 4 5 4 CRUZ MIMAMAR GONZALEZ llus ll SpLlIllSll clmrm and 1lftI'llCliVClICSS-.AL kl0l'l'0l'n Oll llw lmzlslwtlmll C0lll'l-'lillllllglllqlll :mcl leiucl iu lu-lpiug otlwrs- Likes rcco1'cls uucl sports-'l'1'a1vcliug Zlllll mcctiug pcoplc -I- Stuclcnt Council .Mlllf-tics Cl'1'c-siclcntl Riding Club Varsity l.llllll-AlIl1'l'lC'2lll Club Ycurlmok C ff' nfl' ffl at lr ,rf -1 nl Ki I' f- JV' rl' , Af XX' Lf J, tr L ff yf M! lf lf Afjy 9 i YV ,J VU? ,M J C 1 J., fl if ' 1' 'ttf' f ,fs ,M ,ff ,vi l like l"'tl-1 J LL. B VAJX-'I' 1 fb Af' l M tv V' MARIETTA ROSE GRIECO ln, 3 lv Pretty and peppy-Full of vim and vigor- Alwuys on the "gov-A good elieer-lez1der- Likes skating und parties-Plains to go to Luclyclill College + Cluxs Sec1'etury Cleo Club Varsity Cheerleader Yearbook fAclvertising l Congratulations . . . Mrs. josefa Alvarez 28 MARIA IOSEFA GOMEZ Has strong convictions, which she courage- ously upholds - Faithful "Ficleln follower - Intelligent - Patriotic - Likes reading and good friends - Her ambition: To lie an journalist 4. Lzltin-Amcricun Club Pros 61 Cons Yearbook Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Grieco of ' MMM' Mfg M Lovely, lively and laclylike - Always neat and clignificcl - Friendly and pleasant - In the future, probably a private secretary Ulm- Club CVice-Prcsiclcntl My BARBARA ANNE HARTZ afflffpibfvziyd Sodality Class Secretary Yearbook ,..- .. . , 0..- f .,,.,..-.M --, -,Y Congratulations . Mr. and Mrs. MARY EILEEN HARPER Pctitc and vivacious-Long blonde hair and matching personality - Has a good sense of liumor-Perhaps a future "Dress Designer? Benjamin Harper Mr. and Mrs. john Hartz CAIL LEONE KEATINC Pleasing personality-Expert dancer-Femiir ine and polite - A.S.1. "veteran" - Enjoys letter-Writing, music - and winter - Next step: the University of Vermont for Fashion Designing 'I' Student Council CVice-Presidentl Varsity Yearbook Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman 30 CATHERINE JANE HOFFMAN Queen of "L.S.M.A.,' - A petite package of pep - Sparkling personality - Resernbles a fragile figurine-A dancing and L.S.M.A. fan--Air-line stewardess or secretary? Then Home-maker? 'X' Varsity Cheerleader Yearbook fi More Mrs. Eleanor Keating LORRAINE ANN KLASHUS President Big Five-hnuginutive, h1u'd-work- ing, conscientious - Likes "Motif, - Poetry, traveling und "coffee-liousesi' interest her- Plnns to continue education ut New Rochelle + l'ros 64 Cons fViee-Presidentl Glen- Club Hiding Club irrT1'ilSllTi'I'J M 5X it Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kelly i' ANNE MARGARET KELLY Miseiiievous-Loves to chatter, clmtter . . . Likes to defend her convictions-Very good at uPRlgC-Cilitillgw-PiilllS to study for Foreign Service 41 Sodulity Vice-President Day Students Czzmpanile CPuge Editorj Varsity Yearbook Mr. john Klashus MARY LOU THERESA KOCH Pensive and serious-Noted for blushes and giggles-Enjoys meeting interesting persons, going to parties - Plans to combine college with future career Glcc Club Pros 81 Cons Yearbook CEORGENE ELIZABETH KOOB "And she shall have music wherever she goesv- Music and riding, skiing Qon land and waterj are her favorite pastimes--"Fine and gracious living", her desire-Goal: Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College for study of music Student Council Clee Cluh Cllrcsidentl Varsity Cheerleacler Yearbook Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Karl Koch Mr. and Mrs. George Koob 32 - IRENE MARIA KUZIW Famous for friendly personality, quiet intel- ligence, subtle humor, dependability and perseverance-Enjoys parties, plays and "a perfect pagev-Future career?-Nursing Sodality Treasurer Day Students Campanile lPage Editorj ' Yearbook 1? :S SUSAN ELEANOR KORCZAKOWSKI Known for long last name and lovely hair- A loyal friend - Intellectually inclined?- WVould like to major in English-And become an English teacher 'P Campanile Yearbook ngratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Korczakowski Dr. and Mrs. Roman Kuziw MARGARET PHILOMENA LE CLAIRE 'F rom the work one knows the workeri' - - Does Sincere und ladylike in every Way "nice thingsn wit I vlin f, swimming- Enjoys vox 3, 'Kgood times" -I- Orchestra Yearbook Congratu Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leach 34 hout seeking reward- KATHLEEN ANNE LEACH Dedicated und enthusiastic champion of C eful d-Incer-Loves danc- school spirit- ,ruc . ing, skiing and music-Future plans? .g. Student Council QSeereturyD cJl'ChCStI'2l Riding Club Varsity Yearbook lations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Richard G lasser ISABELLE GARCIA LOPEZ "Good things come in small pnckugesv- Swvct uncl lovely--Intclligent :incl diligent-- Baxllet-Mllsic enthusiast - Looks forward to sfucly of Economics uncl Law -P Lzitin-Americzm Club Yearbook CAclvertising, Typingl MARY I0 LEE glH6l'C-fllt'l't'-illlil buck uguinlv-A chatter- box in three lunguaigcs-Moi'e Spanish than the Spanish!-Likes swimming and especially Guatemala-Her choice il southeril College + Cluss Vica--Prcsiclvnt Latin-American Club Yearbook 4 Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Efrain Lopez MARY ANN LYONS "Freckles and cute nosev-Witty and happy - Likes jokes, pranks and conversation - B.V.D. supporter-Will continue her educa- tion at "Ladycliff', .3. Clee Club Yearbook 4 EMILY HEARTRICK MARRAN Red-head-but no temper-Calm and easy- going - Sense of humor - Always pleasant -A future nurse 'l' Art Club CSecretaryJ Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Donald Marran 36 PA'l RICINA JANE MATHESON "'l'hrongh icu and snow to the printer sheill go" - Dc-votvd and harasscd editor - Loyal and c-apahlm--Likvs writing and dancing 'P Sodality Stndcnt Council Campnnilz' fliditor-in-chit-fl jg .. W., X, 0'1- BARBARA MARIE MATHESON "Why work instead of play?v-Enjoys laugh- ter and rushing around in her rcd convertible -"Seton Hill" next? 'I' Art Clllll fx7lL'0-l,l'l'Silll'Iltl Campanile CHn-adlinv Editorj rf ,fy 4 A ,fl iffci '17-940-Lg, !, -' 7 A 0 Congratulations . . . if Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Matheson 1.-if ,dg,-fbcijcsgfji-Y,,f I t i,L,w-Aff N PY . Ijykgfwmxo., 3 34 LORRAINE MARIE MICELI Cute and fun-loving-Sun-streaked hair, and pleasant smile-Loves dancing and archery, bowling and cars-Expects to major in Edu- cation at Mt. St. Vincent . Sodality fl-7 Glee Club ' Riding Club ,W JM P!! Yearbook I 9' ,f U W' Y M filwfwfzfw fu MARY KATHRYN MURPHY Talented-Good talker-Everyoneis friend- Sense of humor-Enjoys creative writing, as well as bowling-Her destination-Rosemont College 'I' Campanile Pros 8z Cons Yearbook Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. William C. Miceli Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Murphy 38 C i PATRICIA ELIZABETH O'BRIEN Ready to tell you just what she thinks-and why - Likes to take a firm stand on every issue-Member of Big Five and Senior III- Next step? Yearbook i' r-S JOAN ELIZABETH NORDSTROM "Character is greater than talent . . .D-Has manly friends -Has "come a long way" in four years - Has many uproblemsi' with Senior I - Likes Hliappiiiessi' - Next goal - School-in N. Y. C. -I- Stuclent Council Class President Glcv Cluh Riding Club Congratulations . . . Mrs. Muriel Nordstrom Mr. and Mrs. William P. O'Brien LILLIANA PACHECO Never on time-Likes slow motion-Carefree -Deep devotion to "Hi-Fin, books, German -Her ambition-To do secretarial work 'lf Lzitin-Aincrican Club Yearbook Congratulations . . . Mr. Francis O,Hagan 40 MAURA HELEN O'HAGAN Blonde lmir and L1 sunny lieurt-Full of merriment and u sense of humor-Likes sports and Puerto Rico-Hopes to go to College of Notre Dame -l- Stuclcnt Council fSecreturyJ Varsity Yearbook Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Pacheco VERONICA CERALDINE PETERS Lovely eyes - lic-served seat on Cloud 9? - Pert and popular-Ilas a good llead for "lig1u'csv-Likes erew-necks, football games, and parties-Albany State College her next goal 'I' Class xllfl'-Pl'CSlKll'llt Clee Club fflllieerl Yearlioolc -' M at b MARIANNE PASSELA A pretty "Miss" with nice ways-Interesting and interested-Full of elass spirit V- Music, dancing, bookkeeping, her favorites-A future bookkeeper lv l + Art Club Yearbook xx l l . l W , V x Congratulations . . . Q M1' and Mrs. Victor C. Passela Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Peters FRANCES LUCILLE PIROZZI Always busy - Always ready for more - Accomplishes aims-Enjoys sports and-visits to "La Salle"-Plans for Business career Art Club Yearbook fBoostcrs Eclitorl rea KATHLEEN BIARY POWERS Quiet manner and pleasant smile-Friendly and amusing - Likes dancing - Friend of Mary Lou-Plans a career in Social Service Soclality Glee Club Congratulations . . . 42 Mrs. Lucy Pirozzi and Family Mr. and Mrs. Edward Powers BE VEBLY ANN BIDCELY "Many friencls-But only one romance in her lifen - Sineere and clevont - Plans going to Cascade College, to prepare for foreign missions Clue Club Orellestra Yearbook fAclvertisingD uf W if Wfyl ,Wf Q. .awry if I JOANNE BARBARA RICCOBONO Friendly personality - Cenerous and loyal friend --Likes walking and week-ends at home - Also the cafeteria - Also Marine Reserves-The business world attracts her 'l' Yearbook CClerieal Work, etc.J '3 , , , may , , my Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. John Riccobono Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ri dgely xix..wV, 'NA-'- ve . few! fe ""7',Z14u"' I aqui, ,Q J, ,V .- SJ-ff-1-fb r I Qffnf . bb KJ-fl! ff?- A441 ALBA ROSA RODRIGUEZ Full of fun and good ideas-Vivacious and helpful - Dependable -- Respected - Most .likely to succeed - Plans for Toulaine SAQLLXK University -lf Studcnt Council Latin-American Club fPrcsidcntl Pros 61 Cons Yearbook QM fu , ,fl iffy!! 4- MARY FRANCES ROOZEN Horses - Horses - Horses! - "Tri-linguisti' ff V, if 0651.1 Attractive-Likes to comment on best sellers and classical music - To Hartford College, before Finishing in Switzerland 'F Studcnt Council Riding Club fl'rt-sidcntl Varsity Yearbook Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Rodriguez 44 my ' VVaverly Inn, Cheshire, Conn. fMr. and Mrs. Fred Roozenl s JOAN THERESA ROSSI llas qualitivs of It-adn-rsl1ip--llcpcndablc ancl lrivmlly and fun-loving-Likes little chilclron -anal .Ionvs Bc-ach-Notre Dame, Maryland, hcl' choice Soclality Cl'rcl'm-ctl Stuclmit Council Varsity Yvarlmooli .. ' N, 1. Q -Y, N C rr : C "2 : : IL 5 - ,- .... FF - - A - : U: - ., ,- 'YH : T. . av 0 III CII 'TJ - ., "1 .-.- V3 23 : IL MARIA ISABEL ROQUE "Dynamite" in a small package-Merry laugh and gay heart - Solves problems quickly - ' Aiinrly rising 'lli' K + X . J y I if if MV Latin-Al1n'1'ican Club 4ViL'0-lJl'CSllll'Iltl fm Oxy ,L Vcgllcy Ball Tc-ann CCaptainj V - LA V! l X r M Yearbook " u V lvl! till MV IIN l we 'X .MO sl v Congratulations . . . i f fl", Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Roque - Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rossi 45 ,ff -xi f JU l U' UU ,I xx '17, , V X ARLYN DONNA SHAMUS "Silence is her motto"-Serene and reserved -Talented-Interested in dolls, riding, cor- respondence and the U.N.-Plans to study Corporation Law at St. Iohnls 'I' Riding Club Pros 8: Cons Yearbook Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Rothar 46 A if ,ff f MARIANNE GERALDINE ROTHAR Interested and dependable - Quiet yet friendly-Enjoys humor and friends-Headed for the world of business 'I' I Orchestra Class Captain Yearbook M C ,f U1 Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gregory Shamus g . ff L I 1 I ., Q u I ANTOINETTE VIVIAN SORANNO ' Class organizcr-Ccts things clonc quickly- ,, lfnll of cntlnxsiusm - lntcrcstccl in "clothes nncl np-to-clutc stvlcs-Enjovs conversation, howling, music-Plans to study Law at Xlill'VIl10Illll 'l' I aff' ii CHRISTINE LOIS SHIELDS l rl lluirl-Manner clnict- Dnrk eyes unc cu y flnterested in West Pointl-Has good taste - Also common sense - Soclulily 4 Stnclcnt Council I Urn-ln-stral lX7lL'l'-l,I'0Sllll'lltl 'L ' if Hicling Clnlm lSc-crctalryl 1 ,jf Yi'lll'lDU0l'i lliclitorl ' 0 Q teaching .SN . S ll Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. xx x Plans to trznn for -lf Yearbook Mr. and Mrs. Suvcrio Sorunno fy? M A9 ff f ROSEMARY SPADAFORA ful and dependable-Likes dancing and fy, Petite and "cute',-Enjoys proctoring?-Help parties-Business experience, then marriage? 'I- Sodality Campanile Yearbook '15 1 Q, wiv? WW f ,Wf'IfVf,,fjilZf,,gW GO M' Wig ISMW i i it ipuimwfi gf LARAINE MARIA TESORO Likes to dream and chatter-A loyal friend- Favorite pastimes: dancing, weekends at home, phone conversations-Plans to be a woman of business 'I' Orchestra Varsity Cheerleader Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. jack Spadafora Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tesoro 48 1 BEATRIZ UPECUI Noted for intricate hair-styles-Adds a fem- inine touch-Dancing fespecially balletj, ping-pong, good music, her favorite enter- tainment-The study of languages her future interest Latin-American Club Yearbook mf?-x at W it Sr ffl. A f in it, -sf .ifllgagm tlg 3 "fl blew QQUV lv O39 T3 lnql 9' Jul. 9' l O X iv' fqrfla Q,e'5l9,' - 1 5 U i ffwier lgfbev 935 9 6 x X If A .fytftxf fl' F2 5 R ,Vt ,AO Gi bepail lyti1M9 QQ K 1 Ai Q i i i 4 V tMe1Of'MVva .Lv 9' 3 Jr Qt ww 1 lite to it QQ 0632 Q js ll Q G WM .Ya tic 29 EARB RA ANNE UHL W Q EQ p' 0 r ffl? "If friends were gold she would be wealthyv I ' V - Enthusiastic and vivacious - Dancing, modeling, water-skiing her pastimes-Plam ning for college Class Treasurer Athletics C Secretaryb 1 Campanile fHeadline Editorj Yearbook C XVrite-ups l Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Uhl Mr. and Mrs. jose Luis Upequi 49 v ILDIKO EVAMARIA VEGH "It's nice to be natural when one is naturally nice . . ."-Always wears a smile-Sweet and gentle-Most interested in Campanile-Kings College her choice -I' Glee Club fSecretaryJ Campanile CPage Editor, Yearbook Congratulations . . . Mrs. Elizabeth Vamvakis 50 VICTORIA LYN VAMVAKIS Large vocabulary and literary ability - Enjoys writing essays and poetry as well as Campanile articles-"Demosthenes', fwinner at C.Y.O. Contestj at Rockville Centre- Future journalist and writer? 'I' Campanile fCo-Editor "Whispering Pinesnl Glee Club Pros and Cons CPresidentJ Dr. and Mrs. Louis Vegh MARYELLEN WARD Noted for "Bohemian" ways-Definite ideas on cvcrytliiIlg-Serious-Natural and gifted - Honest and intelligent-Likes tiles and mail, newspapers and Washington Square! 'I' Campanile CCo-Editor "XVliispcring Pinesnl Yearbook Congratulations . . . i si ,,, M MMM ve efweiswe we Q5 Q is we :is fx Q i, 1. Q NW - X - all vm- ROSEMABY ELAINE VERDUCCI Interested in everything and everybody- Intelligent yet unassuming - Sincere and honest-Math and straight lines, autumn and reading, Politics ancl labor unions, lrer interests-XVisl1es to major in Social Science 'I' Stnclcnt Council fl'r4-simlcntl Canzprinilv fliclitor ulxlllflllllfillgl Vincsul Clcc Club Pros anzl Cons Ycarlmook f Literary? Nflr. and Mrs. Patrick Verducci Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lee XV'ud ANASTASIA MARIE WEILANDT Fun to be with-Music to charm-A smile to cheer-Friendship to give-Hus good spiritual sense of values-Enjoys singing show tunes- and being with classmates -- Also likes "Nazareth" Student Council is Orchestra Q President J ff if Y V nl!!! gllffnv! S in VZJVUQ fav if :V f , fl, , I!! an yzlyff gill GEORGIANA SHEILA WELTIN Noted for witty and accurate observations- Likes ice-skating and swimming and also riding-Looking forward to ai nursing career at Grasslands Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Weilandt Mr. and Mrs. George Weltin 52 I MA RY AN N Z0'l"l'ARELLI Sl'1'IllS tn lmvc il :misc-clnivvmns grin-Appml1's quiz-I, lllll fI'iK'llilS know b1'ltl'1'- llltvnigmli mul mI4'pc'ml4zlmlm' Lilws PllCL'iIli'S opvrns, and lmuulxs Msn K'Ulllltl'Y-IIYIIIQ :xml pvoplc-Ilus K4-In-f-I1-cl Salim Nusa-'s Cfollvgc- 'P Smlallily Sm-s-n-lun' Dan' SIIIIIVIIQS Art Club Yllllqllllik f.'Xclw-l'lisi1lgP Il' ' ff' 'J' XJ! lr ' ru! kj 1, 'I' f A rl, 1 ., f f'J W' I lflyrjj JJ 1 ,f f .51 w nf!! , 1 aj ' L , A. , JV F55-'-5545? nigiqwww Mlm M X X N., ww . , - -. Q X Q . . X 3 .J J lf! , . , ' A , V. ' P, v U! Lf 1 x 'ff , J Q ,J , 'fy 5 .J ', . J . qf f of L f , . . ry, , ..,,, V M K, , . VV ,5,,,i,. Congratulations . . . Mr. and Mrs. joseph A. Whitty SUZANNE YVILLIAMS VVHITTY "Sho dm-s mzmv acts of kinclnvss that am' gc'l1c'1'a1lly UIICIOIIU . . .N-Hl'll3flll in class plvlvc-is-l,1k4's llltlv L'1IlIClI'l'll and Walton'- Spmts-'l'o luv lfnglisll lllililll' all Sl. lCliml10th's -I- Smlallily Ulm' Club YC'Lll'IlUOk Mr. and Mrs. john Zottarelli Primyis and ackieis Page DECEHBE11 10, 1959 11. I.1?. . 1 5 Q . Primy - C.Y.O. Day - October 1959 Jackie - 1958 5 55' Primy 12nd Row, 2nd from leffj At S.S.C.A., August 18-23, 1958, Fordham University, With Sister John Berchmans and Friends C1w111F1x U11 51111111 Hull! IN NIIQM1111 011' 1'111x1x' AN11 -111 fc11Vl'11 111' 1"1lII11 1 .of S1111t1 011115 1111511111117 P11lN'1X' 211111 .1,x1IK11C VVC11' 1il10XK'I1 for th0i1' 110011 111ve for 11z11'e11ts 111111 11111110, 111'i0sts 111111 Sistors, 111111 th0i1' schoo1. They W01'0 Z1-11111115 111 1Jl'O1ll011l1g 61101118 1i111gC10l11.,, May he 131088 111111 co11s1110 t110i1' 110111v011 1Ji1.1'C1ltSQ 111111 Illily their good i11H110111'0 1iv0 1111 -111111 1111011 their sc-1111o1111z1tcs 1111111111111 that t110x' uknow 1111t thc 111111 11111' the 110111'v, VV11C11 C1111 will 01111. CFather Power and friends of the girlsj 3 1 an MH' ' MQ? CLASS 6.5 Chr ,J f if ,. M. w.M,x,, , ,MMR Tm? Om' Dear Graduates GRATITUDE Qk REsPoNs1B11,IT Y ' 49 Q ACHIEVMHLN1' 19fmOQ DILIGENCE UNITY OF PURPOSE ABILITY 1960 THUUGHTFULNESS f 'cz ENTHUSIASM q :L1.FLEbbNhm Ax-Q 4 1? 'THFE W?VffV?Z!s 13 1 1 1 I f 'f ,1 9,3 1 ff , ,1 Q4 AIUNIUH I 815114111 Aczxlcs Y111c:1N1.1x, Class Tl'l1C'lIl.'l' I 111111114 l5:1l11111.111, NI.lI'y.'Xlil'1' li:1L1-1'. lD111'11ll1y lii11111'11, C1-vilyl5l1111c'11..I111111C11st1-lli. QX11111- f:1lYllll1lQ'l, B141-111111 f:UIllll'lIy, lyiklllil l,ilk'l'1lI'l'u, Xl,1111.1 I"l'l'lll'f, I'vI-lllK'1'N l"1sl11-1', N11111-1' ,lu Cl1'ig1'1', l5111'l1111'11 C1141-g11s, Ninry Kl1'iIli11, lllllliill ll111't1'11r11, l.1111 K1ll'l'll. xlill4Q'1lI'k'f l.111'ki11, Xl.lllI1't'II l,1llIQ'lllill, llllllllll 'Yi1l1.1, ,lllll1'l li:1111l.1ll, l'1111'l1z11'a1Ra1x11l1l, Nl111'y A1111 ll1'y1111l1ls, I'11l1'i1'i11 Ryllll, l"l111'1'11111' Huqg. l"1'a111c'1's Salcllmmvk, H.11l1.11.1 511111131-1, XLIIF .Xllll ll111111l1s1111. ll1l11 X 1111-111118, TXIlllll'lllll'XxIIIl1' .IUNIUH 2 S1s'1'1c11 I314111N,x111f1"1'1': D143 l,o1111111cs, Class 'l'1'r1z'l1l'1' N1-11.1.1 X11l.1, XLII1 li.11f11-ll:1. Xl.lIl1.lIt'1 Ig2lH1'l'NIlII. fIl11'isli11v I51.11'l11-. l'1H1'Il C11Ila1l1:111 Xl.11l1-Ii111- fj1l!lIlillQ. Xlg11'il1'11 Cross. xllllf' I'.II1'lI IM- l,,111'x, NL11111-11 l'yi1lll.l1Iil'lx. l1'.1i1l.1 111111111-1.1, XI1-l1111l.1 f1Ill'I'l'ill, 111111 II1-m'l1l, l11g1'i1l IIElL'll3lkl1l1'I4. l3111'l1z11'a1.I11111ll, K1lll1ll'1'll l..1 linux H.11l1.11.1 Xl.11l11111-, l7i.1111- XI1-II1111. H111111i1- U'Hl11'11, NI.Illl'l'4'Il I11ll'll1'l'. l,illl'il'ill l'11l1f,'1, li1m11'i11v fjllillll. .XIILIIIBHI H11111s.1y, lim.-111.111 H1-1l1-1. M111-lil11 H11-1-km-l111Il'. .xllll Xlilfit' ll11xs11, X1J1I'il' H11111, 11111111 SLl1'1'1ll'ill, lClifz1l111ll1 S1'i1l.1l, XlLlI'gLlll'l'il1' Spy1'i1l1111. Olga blvllu, NI:11'1ly11 X11-51111111 O1 N JUNIOR 3 SISTER NIAHIA Fl1E11E111crK, Clflsx Tcfflvlzel X Xlury .'XL'L'2lI'lli, f7K'L'iliL1Al'i2lS, -Il'klIlC'ffL' l3111'l1111'u, cT1ltllC'l'ill4' B1-rlmig, 151-1'11z1cI1-llv Cgmly, -luz11111v Dc-cmclulzl, Xlzlry I':Hl'!l Dre-xx, lpiillll' l"ly1111, xlilfiillllll' l"ol'1'11i, Nikki l"1'i1'cl. Xlz11'i1l c:Ill'l'I'2l, xl1ll'X'XviI'QiIli1lIlllllliltllll, lCilm'11 llillllll1i'Sf1llll'. Xl2llll'l't'll Ih-zllv, C1111 Kmlmlv. c:llfIll'l'illl Knoll, ICH:-11 Lvv. .lt'illll'H4' Long. kllllll' l,c111gl1li11. KilflIll'l'll xI1ll'L'2lI'0, B1-11t1'ixO'lIiggi11s, Nlilclu-cl Oliwwi. kTyIlllli2l ll2ll'kill'SUll. l,iltl4il'iil Hz1111i.1, Hu-cc' Rillilllllk 411111111 Rl'IIllQ'l'xQ, l'a1t1'ic'i11Scult, Ulgz1SiL'l1ul, A111111 T4't1'a111lL B1lI'l3LlI'ilXwllutllll' ,..,,.u SOPHONIORE 1 SISTER IIELEN N11-x111:,x111c'1', C1z1.s'.s' TC'II1'l1C?l' CjilI'lllt'Ill'itil .-Xa-w'llc'Ha1. A1111-1Il11-li111'151111011 Kv1'14yl31'lfu1'1l, xvifflilliil 131111111-1111111-1', 1311111141 C1lI'liIlf7, ICH1111 Custvllcx, A111111 C11ll4-11. XIlll'glll'4'f IYA111l11'miu, Rem- l'1ll'II2l f1LlIill1lIlt'S. Lilli1111 H111'1'1'11. ROSl'lIl21l'y' II2ll'iZ. XIl1l'gllI'l't Almnm. Claim- I,iCl1l'i. N111-lwh-I,1111Q11, Simmli Slums-i, I':ill'L'Il xlL'c:UIA1lliL'lx. I111111 KICIJOIILIIKI. lt'2lllIll' NI1-Clo1'1Av. Nl2llll'L'l'Il Hills,1.114-illc-Xllltv. Nl2lI'X'lill R11llln'1'. l,2lil'il'i2l HlIl'lUIlQ:l'II Carol Jxllll H1111 A I Honor Scott, Katlllcul S11lliw111, Eleanor '1'1'c11cl1111'dl P11t1'ici11 XV11lsh 58 SOPIIONIORIC 2 S1s'r1':11 I14:,xNN14: U11s111..Ax, Clrzxs 'l'r'm'lu'r' Nlalry l':1l1'ic'i11 lizlxlvr. xI.lIll't'1'll Bflllly. ll11111111l1 C:1ll11gl1zl11, xlllfil' c12lllIlllN1l, Nliulu-Iv CZUIUIIILIII. Nlurx' lim-luxwy. IJAIIL' lilllllllll. K:1tl1lvv11 l"I4l't'llI1lIl. l':iIll'll Clillm-11, Klum-1 CIl11ss1'1'. A'UAlIl f:lIlllillll. -In .-X1111 Klipp, NUI'i'1'll Knlllvr, l,ll1I4ik'i1l l.z1gs'1'1l11ist, B1-my Xxllll lqlw. :KIIUIRI l1LlXYl'l'Ill'l', C.v111'x11-xv l.1-1-, Lula-tim' lmxi, I.i11mla1 XIUIIIUY, L1-sliv Nt'I4XYillSlxi. Iqlilillltill RYAIII, xI1lIll'4'l'll 'l'l11n11:1s. l':1l1'im'i11'l'i:1111a1114-, livlh' Allll xx-il'Sl'lllllIt'l' Igwclllvlilla- Calssiclx' li.l.I'. 1 1 '- ' QUQSX' S 'Q 'I IOXIUHIC I3 S1s'1'14:11 Clmcilc C..x'1'111c1:1N1c, Class 'I'm1r'l1c'1 C 1111llSu-1-I.11.1-Ilan. Il1cl1ll1f.:1sk11, tlllflill C.l:z1'L, IJl1lllt'c.lll'i'lK', f,Iill41l IJ4'l:lXl'g1l. l5:11'l1:11'z1 .-X1111 l'111111a111:1, llumllly l.ulwlu11, l'l'1lIlL'1'S 5111111111 li' 111-1-ll11ifl11-11.1, :nn-I llm-1-Int, Holme-1'l.1 ll1vII'11111:1, SlI!1llIHl'HU5l', l'Ix:1 11111fl14111s, Xl1ll'Y.'xlit'1'KllXYll1lClx. l7uln1'4'sl.4111g, 1141111111 NIQIIICIISU, I lllll Xlvllllllif, I'JllI'ii'I.l Xlullall, .'Xp1'1lNl1m-all, N1N'Il1HlIj,fl1'Illl'l', ,'XllIl1ll'1'H2l Pignzx. lwllllltqll' lllllllllil, Nlury :xIlll1'5lxLlll. l'1'LlIlllt'SIlSSliilld. liUM'llllll'y Xvllllkl, A1111 NVigl1l 59 SOPHONIORE 4 S1sTE11 SAINT CA'1'1115111N11:, CYIIISS T0111 l'vI'21Il4't'S A111-H11, AI1'1111.-XH11'14s. A111111 .'X1'111St1'1111g, Kz1tl1l1'1-11 Bzlrzulzi. A111111 l511xl1'1'. xI2ll'Q'LlI'K'l Iblllltbll. K11ll1I1'1-11 l711111l111'i', I7111111:1 l' lllt XI111'i11 1111 I.11111'1I1-s CI11ft11111l1i1l1'. lfltll' f:lJllZLlll'f. .-X1111 lI11ssl:11'l11-14, D1-1111 lli11Ll1-y. XI111'11i11 lI11ga111. l'11t1'i11i11 Kvlly. xlkllf .xllll XI1-C:1fl1 :lx .'Xl1111'tt1- Xlvlizl. Xlilfilyll Xl11H1-11 I,1J1'1'11i111' l,11lil7i, Xlury lCU1'11 l'11w1'1's, XY1-111ly 1111111-H, .1X111y' S11l1z1l111i, Xlnry S:1l111ti11i, 5111111111 5111111 lll H1111 AI11 Xxvillllhxl. Yi1'gi11i11 NYl1il1' FHICSIINIAN l 81911111 111111111111 XI1x111,x, C,'f11s's1 'I'1'111 Altlilll 1-X1'1-1'tt1-HQ1, Sl1111'1m11 H111'k1-tt. 11111111 f:llil'l'IliI4l'HO. lJilfl'iL'i2l C11r1'1m1'1111. XI111l1'li1111 IJ11li1111. K111111 I,2ll'Lf1'Il. lJ2llI'14'iLl 1311111-, Xillllv' l":1x1ll1 II11-1'1's11 l'11v1tt11. xlilI'Q1lI'llil l'1l1l11'1't11, Ix11ll1l1-1-11 l'11x. cv1lYIl' i'l'1'1I', l11tr11-111C.l11ms111, c.1ll'l7l K,1H11'1'i. ljlilllt' Ilz11'Ing'1'. N.11111x H111't1111, l'1'111111s Killiilll, lJ11I111'1's l,1-111-11. ICXQI Xla1ri11 l1l'llIl. xllllll'1'l'Il I,111'Ll111r1l, Nz1111'j' l1yl1'. l'11l1'i1'i11 XI11l11m1111y, XIJI4l'l'll Xl1'CI11l11-, l'4I'1lIli'iII4' Xl1'Cf11111l llllllkllxllx 111111 S1111 XI11 lt H1 xkllll XIIHIDIIX B11 U R 11,1111 Cl111sl1111 l'1111ll ll111l1 l'11 11 111 Nl 111111111111 H11111 1ll11 1"1. ua s'-1.1 . ' -sy XVl'll, usa 1 '13, - -1'- , , 1 1: 11, ,X11it11ll11II1J!11. -Iz11111'1-S1-lltilf, Cl11'isti111-Switul, .lOilIl X':1l:1cl1i U0 l"Hl'ISllXIxXN L2 IJnlnlr'wXln1-ll. Xnnvll HIIUIIHNIJIIII Sn-..un llnlsmx. I 1 nn: ln: I'lnnn1. Xl llf-Hn-n'.1l, l',llf.nl+4Ilu Ilmlmnllkn, l.l.n l',IIl'1'Il Xllllrl 'XlllIl!'4IlX1'l'lX 1' lll'r'l ls' EX Q. Sls'l'r:n Hl'XIIN.X A-Xssl'xll"1'x, fYll1.S'.S' Tw ll hw Xl.ny i..lII.lLLII.llI. Lqnnl f.All'llll. lDnln1.li.llm'nln. 511szl1rl.nsgl'nxm', lim-glnzu IHAIXILIQV. ll41rlmr41l71 Xlvn nx Xliu- l"lxnn. In-,unXl.r1'x'llviqvl', In,1nXl:1l'i4'Cl4'igr-lg Xll'I'4'llH'I llzlrl, Ixllllilll' lll'lII'iQIli'!, Sllkklll 1- .Xnn lnnvs, lalrfgllu-Ill lu-.1ls. lm-vI.1Ix1-l'ru. lnrnl Xl.lQ.lI'. 5.lIl4ll'.l XILIIYUIHKNII. l.lIl1.1n XI1-IUQ-rlnnll 1 I'l1nl Blu ul l'nI4n KQUIQI 1 Hmm li nn K nnl Xn Iinx n N xnxx Sl: lnnnn llnlu S4 In nl Xl IIN 1 , . ' U ' , I ' Y 1 5 x I , 1- .' Il .5 , , 1 'I . . , I . . ' ' , I':Hl'Ilvll1lIIII1lll. CIl.1vxcli:1Yvl1li, S1lHy.ll'1lll XX-ill'l't'Il I'liI'ISllNl.XY '3 Sls'l'1c1: li.xwxlnNn Nl xmx. Clrlsw Tw H1117 I,nn4nn1' Xnlln-xxx Xlnx l'IllI4l'N Xunnnv, l'.1tru1.1H1n'm. XIJIIAQIIKTII1' Lamlvx. .xllI'I!'IllI4' Llanr, XI.lI'lUI'It' f.IllI'1lll. Xlqnlm-1-11 Ill:-nwl tnwlwlln, S.1lx.1Inf1 Luv I, IIN n ..1 Xnn Il.'l.nn'y, IlllfI'Ik'I.l IDIIIS, Rlllll1llIIlI'HI95l'l, IUIIISIIYPIII l.lIlt'f:I'LllIl. l'.tlXXlIl1lII1lNL1IH. liwlxy Ilnwnn , V , . . , . , , . ,N Xnn,nn.nl1-lxnlmfl, Ilnnmtln l,.nn. l.nln4 I.I Xnn l,lvH1-I. 5.ll'lf.l f,.n'nl l.ltl, ltxvlxn l.n11lvl'1vl. ljlilllllt' l.xnvl1, xILllllt'l'll XI.n'x XI.llIIl'NUIl l',lvf.1lmwlIuXI.n lS.nlv.n.n XI4i.4.x. I. liinn- Xlnllf-1. h.nllul1-4-n UCInnnm-ll, l'4atrivi.1U'lx4-1-iv, 111-In-xi:-xv Ulixvri, I"l'.1nu-NQuinn, illvrxl lkllllllllx Inln l.nn1 Hllflk In.nn HI'!II'U. I?nnn.x Xnnv Nunn, tim-iIi1lSilm, I,kll'lt'l'll S1Ill1'Il'lI, Xlgnru' Izllw-11 lnlun. l'r1w1H.1Xunt1 XI.nm-vn N4'2l!lf!l5 lil FRESHXIAN 4 SISTER NIAHY LOUIS, Class Teacher Imslir- liusso, Carlin Huterzuii, Aim Xh1riuCurrerz1. Cami Al1Ilf:0iliUl', Paiinehl Corper, Palhieiin Crilly, xi1lI'yJxl1ll Curry, Nlzirilyu Dishzlw, lfxlelh' Iytlllilllllb, Durutliv lCii'ert, Susan l'1i2lYill. Sillllllll' l"I'2lllC0i'lll'. Carol lfliilllh, Uitlve fil'l'l'llli21, Klltilli'l'!l c:0I'll1ill1. Kzithhkeli Ihliiiiihm, NlJM'IIl1ll'Y Ilansiee, Yixizui Lzihialk, Liuchi Luka-, NOYIIHI Lang, x1lllll'l'l'll Inglis-, Ioan l.11i1clsim'slt, Yl'lll'l'l'Sil xlillllllfi. Nhlrx' X1c'Kei1ll:1. iitxlllillilli' Xlc-Nullv, Alin-in Nlmiroe, Czirhi Xlmiii. KTQIYUIVII Xhmti, Calle l1ilIll'll'l'x, him-t l'uz1v11m', lliilllt' Huhmili, xlllfill 1A3lliSt'Sl'llIl1K'iSL'Y, I Xlzirgz11'et SUXYPIIS, Xliiritrm Swurlm, Silllllfil 'l'mcr-iii, l'illQ.1'Iii1l Yam Dyke W 0I'tl1Zl'lI1.l6 Hriblnrs - Eigfztfz Gradz' - Working fbi' ffm Dm 6:2 Umler the glliCl1lIlC'lx of Sister Crime Niill'g1ll'l't, Eighth Crz1ch'rs mazkc' all sorts of interesting airti- eles. io uid the l'llllC'il- tion ol' cleaxi' ehihh'en. This X'l'kll' their sale ul these iwttecl Ll hun- clrecl chm1hmrs,whieh thi-v sent to Rev, 'IVIHIIHMS li. Clrihhiu, who is in cliairgeoi this iiiipmtllll worlx - echleuting tlmsv XYilUkll'4'iI1lI'ilOi-ill'2ll'illg Patricia, Stella, josephina, Loretta, Mary H., Mary Z., Grace, Ethel, Susan, R 0 s em il ry , janet, and Felice seem happy at their work. . -,- 1 w w w 4 4444 1 f.Ii.AXI7U X I I'.5 OI I III' I'I If XII' NIUXIIY IDIil'fXIi'I'NIlCN'I' XI XIIX III1lI,.-XX 1XX'I'IIInX III! 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This gie we MX NN. ffP1'CP211'iI1g For The Future XSXXx W ' "' g 5 S wi "' B5 1 SISTER -IICAN DOLORES AND TYPINC CLASS lg A 'J gl9'l'lClR BlCIiNAlJlC'l"l'E DE lnvnmis AND rl'XYlCl,l"'l'll Yuma: "XI.x'l'lx" XYITII 'rm-3 SICNIUICS ,-U llu' Board: ll. Vcrclucci P. NIZIHICSOII IC. llzlrtlctt 5l'llfl'l1J A. Sorunnu R. Splldilflllil . Klzlshus XY2llllVilkiS Leach Keating ax SICNIUHS FUTURIC BOOKKICICPICRS SISTER jli.-XNNIC URSULA Tvzlchrr 5 I ' punish and French ,kisses S 2: .T CII ! E 2 4 E f E .. I 2 4 'T a E - MW M ZZ 'M Mylan ,J A fy ilccn Lea ch, joan .'orclstroin. Maura O'llagan, joannc Rossi Draniatizc a 9564.000 Quiz Prograin Question - fin Spanislib Sister Saint Catherines Class Take Dictation tfroin 'Tape-Recorderj 65 3 'Qi' 'F' ' K, 1. W2 Htl! -5.5 ' , kiwi we W Reverend John E. Leonard Presides Af Ring Ceremony AN EVENT of great importance to the Graduates of 1960 took place in our Sacred Heart Chapel on the evening of Octoher 1. Father Leonard presented her class ring to each Senior. - He recalled the significance of the centuries-old custom of presenting a ring. As in the case of the Prodigal Son, it implied that the person receiving the ring had reached the age of maturity. So Father reminded us that We uhave reached the threshold of Womanhoodvg soon We must he ready to make decisions which will atlect and determine our future. He also urged us to rememher our ohligations to our Holy Patron, Saint Joseph, to our parents and teachers, and to all others who have contributed to our education. rc! C319 SOIIIIZZID' of Om' Lrzalw at Brentwood AFFILIATEI3 VVITH THE PRIMA PIIIMAIIIA IN HOME SINCE I903 Title: IMMAc:U1,A'1'E CoNc:E1'TioN Secondary Patron: SAINT IosEP1I, SPOUSE OF THE BLESSED XIIIRCIN IXIARY S1sTEn Ioim BEnc:HMANs, Moderator 1960 OFFICERS Prefecf . . .......... IOANNE ROSSI Vive-Prefect . . . . KATHLEEN DUNN Secretary . . VICTORIA CUTRUFELLI Treasurer . . PRIMY CASSIDY tR.I.P.J IN THE Wonns of Our IIoIy Father, Pope Iolm XXIII, Sodnlists of Our Lady must Ive the K'Shoek Troopsv of our times. Foilowing this directive, given by Our Holy Father at the YVorId Sodzllity Congress in I959, the Sodzditv at Brentwood has intensified time training of Prolmtioners and demanded ll deeper development of its Interior Life progrzun. Outstanding events of the year that contributed to this training Were: ll Day ot Reeolleetion for Sodalists, participation in the Sodality Union meetings, and in the Marian Convocation at Clmminade, us well as ll Sodality IVorksI1op conducted at the Academv. V ll L T U N C I In .lI01lcrr1lor: SISTIGIK ANN Cixi .f X l.l.-X Nix is X. X Sister Ann Cecilia and Officers - K. Leach, R. Verducci, j. Dillon, Nl. 0'Ilagan, C. Keating NIICNIISICIKS Ulf S'I'UlJlCN'l' COUNCIL - Fir,-'I Hou' - Rosemary Verdncci, Prcsillcnl Sccmul lion' - Nlaura ffllagan, Sccrcluryq Cail Keating, vvlfl'-I,l'l'SlI1l'l1lg Kathleen Leach, Sccrcluryq joy Dillon, Sccrclury 'I liirrl lion' - -Ioan Nortlslroin, Ann Soranno, Stacy Nlfcilancll. Dawn Durning lfuurlli lion'-Sally lJclYcccliio, Aloannc llossi, Patricia Matheson, Frances lloozen, lilaine ll-ar llcll 5-. di 'Emi E S V 2 .' J v -3 K . .: .. . J ,X xv aww Us A - 1 HOME-MAKING COURSE STUDENTS DAY HOPS, ORGANIZATION For years our school was designated: A Boarding Academy for Young Ladies. Today, liowcvcr, day students far outnnnilmcr lmoarders. OFFICERS OF D.H.O. ARE: President ..... Sally DelVecchio Vice-President . . . Margaret LeClaire Secrelary . . Mary Ann Zottarelli Treasurer ....... Irene Kuziw A representative from each class and officers of D.H.O. meet on Friday mornings. In picture: Sr. M. Ilildegarde, M. Zottarelli, B. Hartz, L. lNliceIi, INI. LeClaire, K. Powers, C. Shields, I. Vegh, S. DelVecchi0 Moderator: SISTER ANN CECILIA AT "NAZARETIl" WVELL-EQUIPPED HEADQUARTERS FOR FUTURE HOME-MAKERS Sister Ann Cecilia, P. O'Brien, M. Loughlin, M. Reynolds, K. LaRose, S. Counihan, C. Bahrman, M. Vissicchio, E. Harper Morlerafor: Sls'rEu NIARIA II11,nr:c:Aam 3, wg , 'Sf I Vu fn, 31' , . Y 'f"f"'w"k' +fl'v'V'fi'i"' v . Nc SLQ ,Q Aly RFQ' 'fy S b g A 'W Q' i it f,Q1 ' 5 S U 2' X iF X ' V8 Y -..um x .pw Q. ,gMS,fgSa.sxw -iQS,x'S3,Q'S"-:xx -Q S l Q ,ir X 5 .. X . 5 x SQQ5 X CHEERLEADERS AND VARSITY an - v-4-Q-. -T.p-- .gh A --as A . ' - 5 CHEER-LEADERS P. Ramie, 1. Hoffmann, R. Valerius, J. Hartcorn, C. Kooh, M. Pardee, M. Grieco, I. Craniela VARSITY M. Thompson, M. Reynolds, J. Rossi, H. O'Hugan, C. Keating, F. Rugg, K. Leach, F. Roozen, K. Lou, C. Gonzalez, J. Cross, R. Baudier, N. Fried, M. White Enjoyirzg Hockey WITH FIELD DAY IN MIND , XL- Q A , nc. 1 A kj' K. Leach, M. 0'Hagan, C. Gonzalez, 1. Rossi, C. Chester, B. Matheson, M. Dalton, C. Furfaro, P. Matheson, V. Cutrufelli, M. Rothar l'1'1'j1arI'iI11g for March Sfvmztecnllz A. S. j. BAND 1Members of Orchestral practifie for Saint Patrick's Day Parade 10utside the "Cym"J Icft io Right: Mr. Jerome Bernxrd V Cutrufelli G Gonzalez L Klashus Slster Saint C lthernne Soranno Conzalez Connelly Micelli Nordstrom Leach Shamus In Rear: P1 esident - Frances Roozen Vue-President Carolyn Arc lro as XX A3 aw T H E C A I L E Moflcrator: Sis'rlf:n Nlmilfx Fniinicuicx ounnnn 'NN gm. A rm: S'l'Al"l" NlI'lNIIil'IliS Iuniors S islcr :intl Scniors "2 V' N1 AM1'ANll,l4: inaclc hcatllincs of its own during the past school ycar. NVith a staff of thirty- two niclnhcrs, the papcr was puhlishccl six tiincs. "XVliispcring Pincs" litcrary supplc- uncut, accoinpaniccl wintcr and spring cclitions. Honors incluclc: rating of "All Catholic", from Nlilwaukcc Catholic School Association Prcssg and "First Placcn, from Coluinhia Scholastic Prcss Association. For tlw scvcnth ycar, scvcntccn Brcntwoocl journalists wcrc among the four thousand high school clclcgatcs who attcnclccl thc Colunihia Scholastic Prcss Convcntion Olarch IT-IUQ. liiglit nicinhcrs rcprcscnlccl Cunzpflnilc at thc Forclhzun Press Convention last tall. In thc Cllnistnias ninnhcr ol' thc pcrioclical Christnias grccn was usccl for thc first linic. A silk scrccn, clcsignccl anal cxccutccl hy llonor Scott, cnhancccl thc clicctivciicss ol' thc holiday cclition. Anothcr intcrcsting lact ol thc past ycar was thc clcction ol' Victoria villllY1llilS filo-liclitor ol' Pagc Uncjto thc prcsiclcncy of thc Suffolk County Prcss Association. "CUBS" Future Mcnihcrs of Staff Sullivan Presiclcs Sl Moderator: SISTERBLANCA NIAnm Sister Blanca Maria with our Latin-American Students fGraduatesj Left to right fstandingj-R. Font, L. Pacheco, I. Lopez, M. Lee, M. Gomez, C. Gonzalez, E. Gonzalez, A. Rodriguez, B. Upegi, G. Baldrich, T. Barrera, IKneelingj-M. Roque and 1. Cross THE MEMBERS of this club claim as their homelands Central America, South America Cuba and Puerto Rico. 7 The 1' ain purpose of the cluh is adjusting 'iNeW-Comersi' to the customs and disci- line of the Academv. Lastinf frienclshins are formed, and the firls acc uire not onlv P . l E-J 1 . the knowled YC thev are seekin 1, hut also a love for their Alma Mater. E . B Two important yearly projects are: giving baskets of food at Thanksgiving, to the needy, and the Spanish Fiesta, in the spring. OFFICERS-Alba Rodriguez and Marisel Roque v 1 NWI. 1 he f 5 x X N, Rs. -7 Baum SCENES FROM SPANISH FIESTA Un l.A'riN-Ami-:uu:AN students gave a most delightful showing in their Spanish Fiesta, on March 26 and 27. Under the instruction of Miss Maria Cardos and the eneourageinent ol' Sister Blanca Maria, they presented the graceful dances of Spain, Portugal and Mexico. Dancers above: Maria Guerra, Beatriz Upegui, Zioli Mazzei, Ivonne Trechuelo Below: Misses Keating, Leach, Lee, Daccarrett, Lopez, Abella, Pigna, Rieckehoff 1 "MALAGUENA" - A Dance of Malaga LIB R A R. Y C L U B Mofle1'f1lo1': SISTEI: XIAIHA Imnvlslll, 1Jf1Il'I1l'iIllI Left to Right-KBack Rowj-Sister Maria Louise, N. Pflugfelder, M. Barbetta, B. Ryan, B. Vallone, R. Raziano, K. Maccaro, P. Polizzi, R. Reder Front Row-F. Rugg, A. Cavanaugh, V. Hamilton, D. Melton, N. Geiger, P. Ryan ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LIBRARY Lcff to Right-D. Carravana, S. Taylor, G. Stamper, L. Robson, P. Flick, L. Corrcoso, S. Kelly, J. Rulfolo, S. Young, M. Zane, L. Lake Slionlcl or Sllillllll not lln- g0YCl'lllllCllt vxvwisv lnorc or loss control ovvl' tllc unions? S1 A D l 1'lI0llI'l'llf0l'.' SlS'l'l'1Il Nl. P.-Xll.MZl.ll x OFFICERS V. Vznnvnkis, L. Klnslins Knot in picturcl. C. Chester, M. Murphy. M. Dalton lfronl lion' llvfl lo riglill-V. xYillllV1llilS, E. Bartlett, M. ljilllllll, M. Murphy. C. Clicstvr. F. Roozcn, ll. Vcrclucci lim-k lion--A. lloclrignvz, M. Arcarcli, A. Shamns, P. Polizzi, Nl. Ilculy. N. Geiger, G. Kcnccly. M. Connex, Xl. Drew. C. Bulclricli, M. Loc. M. Olivcri nos .wo flows, our cliscnssion clnlm, llllllS to train llic invinlicrs for pnlmlic spa-iikiiw llirongln ilu- slucly :incl cl0x'c'lopinvnt ol liinvlj' topics. This vvali' tlu- lllllllvl' lol' rcsvan incl clisc-nssion com-1-rm-il thi- question ol tlu' gOVi'l'llllll'llllS illllllllli' towzml Lzllioi' Unions qua-slions ns: uxvlllll is tin' riglit to XV0l'li?n-ulVll0Il clovs ll strilw lwcolnc' nninstiy 'Slionlcl lllvn- lu' illclvusc-cl legislation concerning unions?" wvrc consiclvrccl. ull O U R G L E E C L U B AI0lICl'!lf0I'.' SISTER CIATIIERINE CIEtZll.I.X l UFFICERS - C. Koob, B. Hartz, I. Vegh, C. Cintron I IIE CLEh CLUB this year nuniluered eighty. The activities included the singing ol Christmas carols for parents and friends on the Senior stairs, and also for the patients at Central Islip State Hospital. At the closing of the Annual Retreat the members of thc Cluh sang the Proper of the Nlassg and they also joined the 'cschoolv in singing the Common of the Blass. The Clee Cluln, like our other Activities, is a valuable asset to the school. PLANNING FOR MAY 15 LA SALLE- BRENTWOOD CONCERT Brother Alfred Edward, Edward Carey and Assistants confer with Sister Catherine Cecilia, Ceorgene Koob and Caroline Cintron 86 .4 CI'IUINiI'1NlI'1 KUUH wk? NW GLICE CLUB OFFICERS N L- 'Qi-3' ISARBARA IIARTZ is WJ, ILDIKU YICCII fix' P li RSC JN S YC ,U KNQ 3 W c:.m01,YN CINTRONI Fun mf La SHUI' CHAD-llAl lhll DANLBD hlS'I'l'Ili ,IOHN Bl',lNflIN1AN5 IIIAVAIKIJS BR01 lllzli ,lObl'.l'll C-IX lah I A S.-Kl.l,l'I XVINN li ll 'l'llE I,ATlCS'I' MODELS lN MILLINERY? ANN SOR.-XNNO HER PRIZI 'Milt -MrLs'l1'1'.s 'J at Vlfork In T,1I'?irI' Slzulin Seniors with their Moderator: Sister Grace Catherine 1 HE Am' CLUB has had a very husy year. The National Art Convention at Thanksgiving hrought Sisters from many Communities. Liturgical symbols decorated all available hulletin-hoards. And liturgical silhouettes were placed by the Brentwood artists on the corridor Windows. Posters for Retreat time, Saint Patrick's Day, Easter, and the month of our Lady also reminded the passer-hy of the Various seasons. Perhaps the most attractive decorations were the original creations at Christmas: multi-colored stained-glass cellophane uwindowsv, depicting the Birth, etc. of our Lord. SISTER BIICHAEL lX'lAlilA and S1sTE1: M. AGNELLA - XV1T11 CERANIICS CLASS aft to Right- L. Bryant C. Carini G. Santamaria E. Bryant E. Garvey N. Geiger P. Baird Making novelties Haml-Painted Tea and Dinner Sets And all sorts of Beautiful China for Gifts and Future Use QA most interesting hohhyl 88 wmP+f' r fsswsrwf . tai ri fs - f rl I B 6-V21 v 6 'dye- ASCQZ-Q e-5 ij: ,E Qing Ns, The A. S. J. Honor Soriezg' C Ummcn 'mu Pno'rEc:'r1oN OF OUR GLomoUs PATnoN, SAINT JOSEPH, X in 4 Front Row flefl to right!-S. Hellriegel, B. Law, C. Licari, C. Clark, A. Sahatini, B. Ryan Second Hou'-M. Pardee, J. Rossi, I. Kuziw, R. Spadafora, R. Verducci, I. Vegh, V. Vamvakis, V. Cutrufclli, K. Fox, M. LeClaire, M. Muller Thirrl lion'-Bl. Suhutini, 1. Muncuso, 1. Hecht, P. Kelly, M. Mills, A. Armstrong, L. Nerwinski N. Fried, R. Quinn, j. Babor, M. Coleman, C. Parkinson, M. White fThese students arc: Seniors, juniors and Sophomoresl Tlll'1 A.S..l. I lonor Society encourages both good conduct and good scholarship. H5557 or higlicr is the goall 7 fWFll10l'1.6.S' Q Om' Amzzlal Refrmf FEBRUARY 2-5, 1960 INSPIRING RETREAT MASTERS lv IEA f- L REVEREND EDWVARD T. BURKE REVEREND THOMAS C. CLANCY C. Cintron, BI. Zottarelli, F. Roozen, I. Hoffmann G. Koob, F. Pirozzi, T. Berrera, I. Cross 7 B. Corson, F. DcLc0, Bl. WVarcl, NI. Devlin ULLETIN BOARDS AND PANIPIILET-RACKS ATTRACIT TIIE ATTENTION Ol" YEARBOOK FRIEND U2 v5 N X is X X NNX X ,gk Ax , ik :S wgw A i XXVKY Xa x X, xx X Slam N sx X39 H 'ws N xvx 'Xe x X N Y Ns N WX x x NX 'X 'B 'fbxwwz .Q:gQ.QY T255 fg xfil-S W 5- I:f:1f:E:S:w."f' sw -'-:x:i,43 1 A ag.. Ei 'IH ' -5 X X - 1 sf - . Q - fx-5-, My N N. A wigs., MTSFQQ X X X N Q, if A x X TFESQQ f - Qfisax ' - Q, x. .. wx -mv: N1 -r FX ' 3 'V 1 , ' f V 1 I 1 , 1 I ' ' H YI 2 m VE' W 1 7,5 if A"' : L Gif .ld div Lug mv -SB M, The "Dear Old Clothes-Room" - Sisters jean Elizabeth and Margaret Veronica Maureen Loughlin, Elaine Bartlett, Stacy WVeilanclt fQ""""""""""-SV. ,. . Q6 liiggallggggx lgt "Little Fulk"-Susan Kelly, Deborah De Maio, Deirdre Stamper, Pamela Palcano, Barbara lirunzcl "Herr if k?TlI1'l'U I Right - Sister Xl. Anastasia ancl Loretta Connor ,ar Alzmfc-Sister M. Mechtilclc QM Awaiting customers in her Madonna Shop MORE PERSONS YOU KNOW Our Most Faithful Daniel O'Hara Mlny Curl lzlms lzimfj CHRISTMAS MEMORIES Nlzulclinc NVhitc und Elaine Bartlett Four Freshmen and the l,iflll',Lfil'lIl Sillwrwllcx Christmas Spirit X x , . Our own Christmas Play - "Characters" and "Angcls', 95 I YlC'l'0RIA VANIVAKIS AND IWARY ANN ZOTARELLI XYINNEHS Ol" FIRST PRIZES IN SPEECH CONTESTS LSponsorm'd hy C1.Y.O. and Knights of Cohnnhns 1'1'sp1'L-tively? IN'I'liRl'1S'l'ElD IN LITISRATURIC . .. t Q - i X S 5-Aw gf Y' A-.www N Y K, xx 2 E L Q , L Sy 2 R? qgqdvwfwf YK X WMNQQNWNNXN wi' pf no Sophonnorcs :mal Seniors hcconuing hotter acqnuintcd with Dickens, and other Cl111l'11CtCl'S through C0lllltCl'P21l'tS QFigures and English dollsj C larl as rc-al, truc Romans llc-lcl a licnnan llllllfilllgt A Xml rc-livvcl tllc past. "THE PLAY'S THE THINGV' ""Haz'l, Crm! Cr11'.s'11r.' 5' X , Fa Xleinlwrs of Slsrlin NIAIQIA llII.DlCI1.-KIRD x Xf W3 cll1C'Slll' Class Ig 'l' ,...-Q M EN-lm' A ROMAN ISANQUWI' 'Q-, tln' Cfacsan' Class. Caesar was mn' lc-aclvr As wc' sat and atvg Senators ancl lc-acler Tallwcl of things of state. Preparing For The Annual Nativity Play Nlrs. Lorctta Engels, our Spcecli-Dramatics Teacher again and again nianifc-sts ln-1' skill K in producing plavs of clillercnt tvpvs TIIIRUUCIH 1960 "IN-THE-PINESW YE RBUUK O'I'Ill'Ili SICNIURS l'IHlXl0"'1 .MHC I'lCI'l'lll C 'l'lIl'I B0 .lIU!ll'l'll,0l'f Slsii-in Xl. l'.xn,xc'i,i'l'x some --r1oN1N:1cns" IN 'l'llli DEVl2LOPNllCN'l' OF 'rua 1960 wmuook I ' ' ' c' Q lnI1'r4'xIr'rl in IIN' Yvrlrlloflk-l. Lopez, Nl. Zotlalrclli, B. l lil, Nl. c:l'lCL'0, Nl. Lonnclly. N. ,u rufclli. .-X. Soraumo lliclilorl, ll. Ycrclucci. li. Baiuclicr. li. Bartlett. 1. Rossi 0'I'l Ili li YICARBOOK FRIEN DS l"m'1'gro1lnrl: C. Kool: Nl. NYnrcl P. clllillClli0l0 AI. llollmnnn IilH'kQl'UlIHlIi C. Cinlron Nl. Nlurpliy S. lJl'lYOL'l'lli0 Nl. Devlin Al. Dillon B. Corson C. Clicstcr F. lloolcn C. Bnlclricli 'l'. Blll'l'l'l'il C. Al'L'ill'0 UU Mr. and Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs. Subscribers .John F. Cassidy . Albert Cutrufelli Saverio Soranno Nicholas Grieco Efrain Lopez Hon. Ernest E. L. Hammer Mr Mr Mr Mr. M r Mr Mr. Mr. Mr M r. Mr. Mr. Mr Mr Mr Mr. Mr Mr Mr Mr. Mr Mr. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Dr. Mr Mr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs Edward Arcaro Raymond Rossi Eugene Connelly Michael Del Vecchio Robert T. Bartlett Eugene Baudier John Zottarelli Gerardo Baldrich Louis D,Ambrosio John Riccobono Raymond Dillon George Dunn James Durning Salvatore F urfaro Chester Kelly George Koob Henry Korczakowski . Paul Leach Richard Glasser Thomas F. Murphy . William P. O,Brien Francis O'Hagan and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs. Fernando Pacheco Manuel Barrera Jesse W. Lee John Lyons Richard Ridgely Michael Tesoro . Robert Lee Ward Michael L. VV eilandt Joseph A. Whitty Mr Mr Mr Dr. Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Devlin Fred Roozen . Arturo Roque Jose Gonzalez Giacopini Richard Corson Mrs. Helen Berberich Mr. and Mrs. John De Leo Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Counihan Mrs. Eleanor Keating Mrs. Josefa Alvarez Mr and Mrs. Jaime Font Mr and Mrs. Charles Hoffmann Mr and Mrs. Karl Koch Dr. and Mrs Roman Kuziw Mr and Mrs Hubert F. Cross Mr and Mrs. John Dalton Mr. and Mrs. Frank D'Ambrosio Mr and Mrs. Ramon Cintron Mr and Mrs. Daniel Chiuchiolo Mrs. Isabel Chester Mr. and Mrs Francisco Rodriguez Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Uhl Dr. and Mrs. Louis Vegh Mr and Mrs. Jose Luis Upegui Mr and Mrs. John Hartz Mr. and Mrs. Gerard F rancoeur Mr and Mrs. Edmund Rothar Mr and Mrs. Patrick Verducci Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spadafora Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gregory Shamus Mrs. Muriel Nordstrom Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Peters Victor C. Passela . William C. M iceli Edward Powers Mrs. Elizabeth Vamvakis DIRECTORY- CLASS or 1960 - ACADEMY OF SAINT JOSEPH CAROLYN ARcARo 60 First Street, Garden City, L. I. CERALDINE BALDRICH Sagrado Corazon 32013, Santurce, Puerto Rico TI-IELMA BARRERA Loiza 1853, Apt. 3, Santurce, Puerto Rico ELAINE BARTLETI' 198 Cedar Avenue, Islip, L. I. RENEE BAUDIER 7 Saint Andrews Drive, Brentwood, L. I. MARGARET BEREERICH 1368 East 28th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. GAIL CHESTER 713 Central Avenue, Woodmere, N. Y. PHYLLIS CHIUCHIOL0 104 Timberline Drive, Brentwood, L. I. CAROLYN CINTRON 129 Crooked Hill Road, Brentwood, L. I. MoIRA CoNNELLY old Field Road, R.F.D. 5, Huntington, L. I. BARBARA CORSON 78 Claywood Drive, Brentwood, L. I. SHEILA COUNII-IAN 71 Suifolk Lane, East Islip, L. I. JOYCE CRoss Casa Cross, Managua, Nicaragua VICTORIA CUTRURELLI 21-24 77th Street, jackson Heights, N. Y. MARY DALTON 11 Florence Court, Babylon, L. I. DIANE D'AMBROSIO 22 East Adams Street, East Islip, L. I. ELIZABETH D'AMBROSIO 137 Washington Avenue, Brentwood, L. I. FRANCES DE LEo l 46 Perrydale Court, Babylon, L. I. SALLY DEL VECCHIO 41 Concourse West, Brightwaters, L. I. NIARY DEVLIN 12 Washington Avenue, Brentwood, L. I. jov DlI.LON 38 Pell Avenue, North Babylon, L. I. KATHLEEN IJUNN 107-44 112 Street, Richmond Hill, Queens, N. Y. DAXVN DURNING - john Street, Sag Harbor, L. I. RUSA FONT Apartado 588, Juana Saltitopa 32, La Vega, Dominican Republic CARMEN FRANCOEUR 43 Hollins Lane, -East Islip, L. I. CAMILLE FURRARO 651 Suifolk Avenue, Brentwood, L. I. MARIA GOMEZ Edificio F ocsa 17 y M 5-L, Vedado, Habana, Cuba CRUZ GONZALEZ Plaza de Altamira, Ediiicio Excelsior, 1251, Caracas, Venezuela ESTELA GONZALEZ Plaza de Altamira, Ediicio Excelsior, 351, Caracas, Venezuela MARIETTA GRIECO 36 Roosevelt Street, Babylon, L. I. EILEEN HARPER 87 Argyle Avenue, Babylon, L. I. BARBARA HARTZ 107 Liberty Avenue, North Babylon, L. I. JANE HOFFMANN A Connetquot Avenue, Box 72D, Central Islip, L. I GAIL KEATING 40-04 Bowne Street, Flushing, N. Y. ANNE KELLY 150 Bayway Avenue, Brightwaters, L. I. LORRAINE KLASHUS 56-41 57 Avenue, Maspeth, N. Y. MARY Lou KocH 239 Archer Street, Freeport, L. I. GEORGENE Kooa 3209 Wells Avenue, Wantagh, L. I. SUSAN KORCZAKOWSKI 84-48 123 Sireel, Kew Gardens 15, Queens, N. Y IRENE Kuzrw Central Islip State Hospital, Cottage S-1, Central Islip, L. I. KATHLEEN LEACH 41 Ripplewater Avenue, Massapequa, L. I. MARGARET LE CLAIRE 47 Cambridge Drive, Smithtown, L. I. MARY jo LEE . 2nd, Avenida 20-29 Zone 10, Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America IDABELLE LOPEZ Suiza.3165 Floral Park, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico MARY ANN LYONS 22 Powell Court, North Babylon, L. I. ENIILY MARRAN 200 Little East Neck Road South, Babylon, L. I BARBARA MATHEsoN 104 Concourse East, Brightwaters, L. I. PATRICIA MATHEsoN 104 Concourse East, Brightwaters, L. I. LORRAINE MICELI 276 Sylvan Road, North Babylon, L. I. MARY MURPHY 351 Old Farmingdale Road, Babylon, L. I. JOAN NORDSTROLI 305 Richard Avenue, Hicksville, L. I. PATRICIA O,BRIEN 60 73 Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. MAUIIA O'HAcAN 415 Clay Pitts Road, East Northport, L. I. LILLIANA PACHECO Chinameca, El Salvador, Central America MARIANNE PASSELA 677 Arlington Road, West Babylon, L. I. GERALDINE PETERS 49 Fern Avenue, East Islip, L. I. FRANCES PIROZZI ' 1 52 Drayton Avenue, Bay Shore, L. I. KATHLEEN POWERS 572 Suffolk Avenue, Massapequa, L. I. JOAN RICCOBONO 7501 17 Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. BEVERLY RIDGELY Montauk Highway, Water Mill, L. I. ALBA RODRIGUEZ El Gran Cafe, Arecibo, Puerto Rico FRANCES ROOZEN 80 Hinman Street, Cheshire, Connecticut MARISEL ROQUE Estacion Experimental, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico IOANNE Rossr 1038 McKinley Street, Baldwin, L. I. MARIANNE ROTHAR 1352 Lombardy Boulevard, Bay Shore, L. I. ARLYN SHAMUS 7 Sylvia Drive, West Islip, L. I. CHRISTINE SHIELDS 14 Locust Place, Huntington Station, L. I. ANTOINETTE SORANNO 9 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, N. Y. ROSEMARY SPADAFORA 264 Amityville Street, Islip Terrace, L. I. LARAINE TEsoRo Bayview Avenue, East Islip, L. I. BARBARA UHL 35 Coppertree Lane, Babylon, L. I. BEATRIZ UPEGUI Calle 3a Sur 1116-74, Cali, Columbia, So. VICTORIA-LYN VAMvAx1s 49-23 Hanford Street, Douglaston, N. Y. ILDIIco VEGH Central Islip State Hospital, Central Islip, ROSEMARY VERDUCCI 440 Sackett Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. MARYELLEN WARD 6 Beverly Road, Douglaston, N. Y. CEORGIANA WELTIN 2 Vine Lane, East Northport, L. I. ANASTASIA WEILANDT SUZANNE WI-IITTY 555 Highway Boulevard, Fort Walton Bea MARY ANN ZOTTARELLI 8 Cleveland Street, Brentwood, L. I. America L. I. 35 Ellington Drive, East Northport, L. I. ch, Fla OUR GRATITUDE WITH SINCERE APPRECIATION WE WISH TO THANK: OUR DEVOTED PARENTS AND C-UARDIANS Zealous Chaplains - REVEREND JOHN E. LEONARD AND REVEREND VIRGIL POWER REVEREND MOTHER IMMACULATA MARIA SISTER REGINA CELESTE, Our Directress All Members of the Faculty - Sisters and All Others who Have Contributed to Our Welfare SISTER MICHAEL MARIA SISTER REGINA ASSUMPTA ffor her wonderful Booster Drivel MR. DEXTER WHITE, Our Photographer MR. FREDERICK G. FULLHARDT, Printer of 1960 UIN-THE-PINESU Also our Kind Advertisers -I' 'I' IN MEMORIAM To Be Remembered in Our Expression of Appreciation Are SISTER SAINT MEL and SISTER MARY EUSEBIA CWho died during the past yearj qi? lg, nl og, 01 1 I 1 1 - N-l3J3'P?NEsC?i-1'eCf2i1'b Y E St oseph s Commercial High School Parmentier Memorial 382 BRIDGE STREET, BROOKLYN, N. Y. ... .J a I l 1 l I Four Year Academlc Lommerclal Hlgh School Approved by the Regents of the Umverslty of the State of New York Regents Hxgh School Dlploma and Entrance to College Courses Leading to BS ln Busmess Administration UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THF SIST1- RS OF ST JOSEPH Telephone MA1n 4 3618 y f lu .I 3 . . v . . . - I I u U C 0 A Q Q . .. 1 . .S - SAEZQ-EM' OFM ' .N-1.?!1?,.E, 28 4 ' Q ' '5 1 1 Q St. Josephls College for Women 3 Foxmnnn m 1916 4 BROOKLYN, N. Y. 'Q 1 1 Fully Accredited l 1 Four Year Liberal Arts College Pre-Medicine, Pre-Law, Teacher-Trainin g 4 9 Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph l O Q 1 DAY STUDENTS 1 1 V l Q V . 1 For further information: The Registrar 1 St. Joseph's College for Women ' 245 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn 5, New York 1 A MAin 2-4696 1 1 . Q 3 ? ? f ? i AC OFFH 3 MR. BERNARD T. MCCABE .... . 531242115 O C CSESQEI2 ..-1.?.?.?... Cgg3? ' C 1 Q53 I I I I I I I I OFFICERS AND TRUSTEES OF THE T T LAVELLE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND T T 221st Street and Paulding Avenue, New York 69, N. Y. I I I I Honorary President His EMINENCE FRANCIS CARDINAL SPELLMAN I I I I ARCHBISHOP OF NEW YORK I I HON. ERNEST E. L. HAMMER . . . . President ' I MR. DUNCAN G. HARRIS . . . Vice-President MR. N. HOLMES CLARE . . . Vice-President I I MR. THoMAs KEOGH .... . . . Secretary I I Assistant Secretary VERY REV. MSGR. HENRY J. VIER . . . Assistant Treasurer I I MR. ROBERT J. FITZSIMMONS ........ Assistant Treasurer Mr. Joseph L. Auer Hon. William C. Hecht, Jr I I Mrs. Harry A. Bijur Mr. John C. Henderson Mr. George A. Brooks Mr. William W. Hoffman Hon. Vfilliam T. Collins Mr. Thomas P. Lynch I I Rev. Edmund F. Fogarty Hon. James B. M. McNally Mr. Joseph A. Gallagher Hon. Francis J. Quillinan Mrs. Ernest E. L. Hammer Mr. Thomas J. Shanahan I Mr. Francis X. Stephens Honorary Advisory Committee I I Mr. William J. Bowe, Jr. Miss Cornelia B. Lydon Mr. William F. Doyle Mrs. Michael A. Morrissey 1 ' Miss Elizabeth Farrelly Mr. Joseph P. Routh ' Mrs. Alexander H. Lange Mr. Victor D. Mr. George A. J. Zahn Ziminsky I T It I HON. JOSEPH P. KELLY, Treasurer I I LAVELLE SCHOOL for the BLIND, 122 East 22nd Street, Iml New York 10, N. Y. I I I I I I I I 2255?-3 1 Q 5.223 2.5.-F.. 6315 WQ11bG?i1C2I'l9QE3fC2i15...-1I?.?,?I...Qi1 - I I I I I I I I FONTBONNE HALL I I I I 9901 SHORE ROAD BROOKLYN 9, N. Y. I A COLLEGE PREPARATORY FOR GIRLS I I I I we I I I 3 Conducted by I I THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH I I I . I I I I -I I I I .II I 6 I .xi::f.':,1:.'.. C5943 , 0. . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I is? E A T ' flflifs Qf2CL3f23CfL53Qf1fZE5? I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I THE MARY LOUIS ACADEMY I I I I 176 - 21 Wexford Terrace I I Jamaica 32, N. Y. I I I I PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Q Conducted by I , I I I THE SISTERS OF SAINT Joslim-I .. I 57? Q I I I I I X 3 YEARS REGENTS SEQUENCES OFFERED IN X , I MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE, LATIN, FRENCH, SPANISH, GERMAN, ART, MUSIC AND HOME-MAKING Q I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' A 7 ' 0 T - 7 - - A - ' - , IN-!I'P?E?PINEl 'lg G23 124, SAINT AGNES SEMINARY 2221 AVENUE R BROOKLYN, N. Y. HIGH SCHOOL - COLLEGE PREPARATORY AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Conduicted by THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK iii! MUSIC BUS SERVICE 82nd Annual Session Opens September 5, 1960 :mf A 1 1 3 - - - - - D ' 9 6 0 Y 7 7 Y 1 IN-THE-PINES 7 lx! ll I l I r GREETINGS Q F ROM ' ' SACRED HEART ACADEMY ' A I-IEMPSTEAD, LONG ISLAND NEW YORK 23 yr IR E1 ST JOSEPH S HOSPITAL 327 BEACH 19th STREET FAR ROCKAWAY L. I. NEW YORK 7175 Granite 1 8100 " 1 " 1 fi.,.-1.fE'f2 9 I 3 ACADEMY or um? .loslrn , .. ,,.-1,?E?,f?NEs CIQIQFCQEI-'B , - i I I I I I I , , I 'l I I I I I I , I s L . I - ' I I I I I .III 'I I I I I I I I I I I I7 . I I Saint John's I I Long Island City Hospital I and I I I I School of Nursing I I iii? I I 25-01 JACKSON AVENUE I I LoNG ISLAND CITY 1, N. Y. I I I I I I ?ECE3D CE?QEED :Ai'2.2i1L5,i. i5Ds:E?DiE5D Q --,,-- - Academy of St Francxs Xavier 697 701 CARROLL STREET BROOKLYN 15 N Y COLLEGE PREPARATORY FOR GIRLS Afii ted th sh U ty of the St te of Ne York Conducted by THE SISTERS OF ST josam-1 I I N I HE was 5 I T 5 L., 3 O T b . . T b ' ' , . X N 1 X , . ' T Main 2-9635 w w . Q, G lia wi e niversi a w 1 E T T I . n p l 0 l l I 1 5 w 5 ff' 4 ' ' ' 475553 !.iZ'iEJ'LZSI.. Cf? ISECSEQQSISCSESCSIQCSZQ .N-l3E?..?NE. QEISCSEISCLSECSE I I 9 1883 - 1960 I I LA SALLE MILITARY ACADEMY III RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS Oakdale, Long Island, New York I I. , Conducted by I I THE BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS DEPARTMENT OF ARMY HONOR SCHOOL RATING SINCE 1935 oi I I I 0 A Senior Boarding High School. Ami I I I I I I 0 One hundred sixty acres overlooking Great South Bay. I I 7I 0 Chartered by the University of the State 3 I of New York. ,I I I 0 Accredited by the Association of Colleges I I I and High Schools of the Middle Atlantic I States and Maryland. X , I I X 9 Accredited member of the Association of Ia Military Schools and Colleges. K , I , I 9 Magnificent facilities for spiritual, intellec- tual and physical development. L.S.M.A. I I takes a boy and makes a man-cultured I I Christian Catholic gentleman. I 6 0 Graduates matriculated at the nation's I I Outstanding Colleges and Universities. --It - I I WY I VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME I I For Cafaloguv - Address Registrar I Call Sayvmc 4-0900 I I 59241533 C C 5532129 .'1i'i, J. BARANELLO ac soNs Builders General Contractors Wi 95-16 101st STREET OZONE PARK 16, N. Y. r 1 - - sA1uT.1osr-:Pu Y - v ?I1f '960 622031 IN-THE-PINES 7 v Sincere Gratitude to The Devoted Sisters of Saint joseph and Best Wishes ana' Congratulations to Our Daughter, Victoria and Her Classmates 775 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cutrufelli and Virginia ACADEMY , v SAINT Jos - Moha k 324 3 SERVICE, Inc. SUFFOLK TRANSPORTATION 62? TORRENS A Pr d ik 10 MOFFIT BOULEVARD BAY SHORE, N. Y. 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TOWNE CLEANERS 34 Carlton Avenue, Central Islip, N. Y. PLANT ON PREMISES - THREE-HOUR SERVICE Bllentwood 3-4871 KGEI-lLER'S MARKET FINE Foons 2 First Avenue Brentwood, New York MOhawk 1-7099 AL BROWN, OPTICIAN, INC. BABYLON TOWNSHIP'S ONLY GUILD OPTICIAN 45 Deer Park Avenue fOpposite Bank of Babylon, Babylon, N. Y. A - Y Inn or Y A - -raosnru ig: Y v - A A A A 1960 ...YA A A - BArclay 7-3766 - 7 - s P. O. Box 437 WILLIAM J. HIRTEN CO., INC. Church Goods - Religious Articles Showroom: 11 Barclay Street, New York 8, N. Y. Offices: 35 Park Place, New York 8, N. Y. 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X. , I GARDEN BAY CHEMISTS I I FREE DELIVERY I 77-02 21st Avenue, Jackson Heights, N. Y. II I I I I I 562 Q 1 1 Q?bQ1Q..-13.?.?... 1 I L BRentwood 3-7959 i COMPLIMENTS OF 1 CAMPBELL'S BAKE SHOP N N 794 Suffolk Avenue, Brentwood, N. Y. 1 1 I Y BArclay 7-5304 - 5305 1 1 ' ' DAVID MCCOSKER INCORPORATED 1 I COMPLETE OUTFITTERS TO THE SISTERHOOD 4 1 POSTULANTS' OUTFITS 4 V 129 Duane Street, New York 13, N. Y. 1 N I I 1 P 1 N BRentwood 3-4443 I 1 MICHAEL GRANT FUNERAL HOME 571 Suifolk Avenue, Brentwood, N. Y. ' W I If I 5924715313 1 Q D 431553 .1i?.Zi1LS.'.. 4253355334:-E35 Q 7 1 IN-?fl'?EgP?NES I I I I SINCEREST FELICITATIONS TO THE I I GRADUATES OF 1960 I I 1 I May God bless them all in their endeavors. I I MIX MASTERS - ART CLUB I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IIYSIIIIRE FEDERAL SAIII IIS I I arm! .Qoam z I I I I I 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I as I 1 X COMPLIMENTS OF ' BERNARD STERN, D.D.S. I I II I I 'I 25423 , - - CSD s1i'Lii'LZS,i. f 5? 5 5 E C'532fCEE2I1fC531f.N-l.?E?P?NEs53Q2?Cf?3.'7.1'b E E E i,3,I MOhawk S-0202 MAX AUB K7 I , PATTHEY FLOWERS, INC. Beautiful Corsages and Graduation Bouquets 1 u Are Our Specialty 62 Fifth Avenue, Bay Shore, N. Y. 1 i W ' fi-- , 5,125 ,.-. E f ff ' ' ,'1': tffyx? D NX 5 B- A bank :I 2 '-W tl, -I i i If! 52" G ' if. vvl 1 11 1: Q '- il I 21 - - - U z j g 1S onl as bl as 1ts 1 + X I. Hg Az. s f .teena l4-9 , ,' ' o 1 , f ,m x .tr ,W mterest ln people. 1 6 V I 'J m Y ixj L in-HI! 1 in-...1....miEZ-T!-V ,.,,.,,n f'f.1i,r:.:z1zf:....2,-,Qu .., ,314 I N 1 'N' "4""""' " ""' Mm """"" ' "" WM """' M' O I i me liallkllnt N tonal Bank u g or Lone nsumo, New vomc Friday Night Banking at All Offices 1 i Maman rsosul osvosur msuuwce conronnoou 1 , JU 1-S800 ,N i GERARD DRUGS FREE INSTANT-PICK-UP AND DELIVERY I I 437 Main Street, Islip, N. Y. I N COMPLIMENTS OF DR AND MRS CHARLES W' FRIEMAN Best Washes and Congratulations The Graduates 0 1960 COMPLIMENTS OF The Jeanne D'Arc Riding Club, A. S. J COMPLIMENTS OF A. E. MAC ADAM 86 CO., INC. PAPER MERCHANTS SINCE lsso 95 Lexington Avenue, Brooklyn 38, N. Y. 1 A 1 - 9:.?... to f we 92Ci4? C5?DiE53 ,m'i:::2':,Ls.:. 12505355959 C511-'eCZ5i15 -' gf' 65625112 I I Grover S-S880 -1- 2 I I I I SUFFOLK COUNTY PAPER COMPANY, Inc. I I PAPER - SCHOOL 85 JANITOR SUPPLIES I I Patchogue, New York I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I WILLIAM BOEGEL i I 1 ARCHITECT , t 12 East 48th Street, New York I7, N. Y. I I , 75? I I I I I I , I I 1 BEllport 7 -0333 Filtered and Metered Deliveries , , SUFFOLK OIL CORPORATION i I Fuel 0175 - Gasoline - Motor Oils Oil Burner Sales 5' Service 1 ' I Montauk Highway, Brookhaven, N. Y. I I sQit.'ii'2,L3.i. fE??CE5DfE?IDiQ 52 C5? ...-1.?.?O 1 , , - I I STagg 2-1072 CATHERINE L. ROBSCH, President I I ANDREW C. ROESCH, INC. CHURCH CANDLES AND ALTAR SUPPLIES I I 179-81 Powers Street, Brooklyn 11, N. Y. I I I I COMPLIMENTS OF I I BRENTWOOD LIONS CLUB I I RICHARD SOLDO, President WILLIAM RASKIN, Secretary I I LEIGI-I P. STUART, Treasurer L Liberty I I I 1 Intelligence O -1- Our I I N --l Nation's S 1 Safety I I "We Serve" I I SIGHT CONSERVATION IS OUR BIG PROJECT HELP US TO PRESERVE THE WORLD'S VISION I I I X BRentwood 3-7995 I I STATION RESTAURANT Chinese and American Foods I I First Avenue fOpposite R.R. Stationj, Brentwood, N. Y. I 1' ' ' ' cg N-1 9 6 o I I O. KRAUCH, Ph.G. R. W. SOLDO, B.S. I I BRENTWOOD PHARMACY I I I I Established 25 Years DRUGS - PRESCRIPTIONS - COSMETICS I I I 761 SuHolk Avenue I 1 b Air Conditioned l h Phone: 3-4555 Free Delivery Service I I I I MOhawk 9-0526 I I BAUMGARTNER'S GREENHOUSES I I I I I I 381 Little East Neck Road I I Qunction of Route 1091 I I West Babylon, N. Y. I I I I I I I I "GUARANTEED DELIVERY OF QUALITY FLOVVERS-ANYWHERE" I I I I I I I I I I I COMPLIMENTS OF I I I I CARPLUK'S SERVICE STATION I I I I Central Islip, N. Y. ' I 55CE5? CE5D - - A - A 60 A -' - - 1 1 1 1 COMPLIMENTS OF ,Oi MR. AND MRS. 101-IN H. RosE 5 161 1 5 EVcrgreen 8-1761 - 1762 S. J. GAGNON, President 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 . WINTHROP LAUNDRY CORP. 76 82 Beadel Street Brooklyn 22, N Y TU 4 0610 ANTHONY MANNUCCI LIN DEN FLORIST INC Y, 5 . I . ' 1 .4 5 1 5 5. 1 5 5 n1 1 G , . 5 i 277 So. Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, N. Y. 1 5 5 1 1 9532535255959 sxi'z'1i':,L::,. 59 1 1 Q I I I I I , I I I ' COMPLIMENTS OF W I I I PIONEER TOOL CRIB, INC. I II Murray Street, Farmingdale, N. Y. I Ig . I I I Worth 4-8790 In I I I I COMPLIMENTS FROM I 1 THE STAFF OF THE I I , SCHGLASTIC SPECIALTY COMPANY I I I 19 Murray Street New York 7, N. Y. I I I I' I I I It I .II , I I I I I I I I SEIBEL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. I I I RESIDENTIAL - INDUSTRIAL - COMMERCIAL I I 52 Fairview Avenue, Islip Terrace, N. Y. I I I I I CE?5CE3? .1i'lffIL2E5. CE5? iE?5 A ' ' 9 e o ' ' ' A HE-PINE5 MO 5-0900 Free Delivery FREISTADT PHARMACY A Drugstore of Distinction 93 East Main Street, Bay Shore, N. Y. CQMPLIMENTS OF A F R I E N D FOrest 8-2000 HOUSING GUILD, INC. Custom Building Box 217, Commack, L. I., N. Y. O '9 6? C2?if5Cf?315 MOhaWk 9-1160 G. H. MAGEE, President MAGEE FUEL OILS, INC. MOBILHEAT 150 East Main Street, Box 68, Babylon, N. Y. MR. JOHN FAVITTA Shore Road Brooklyn, N. Y. 7153 COLLEGE OF MOUNT SAINT VINCENT Mount Saint Vincent-on-Hudson, New York 71, N. Y. Fully Accredited Catholic Liberal Arts College for Women Courses Leading to Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science Degrees Liberal Arts, Teacher Training, Commerce Education Offers Advantages of City and Country WRITE FOR BULLETIN ACADEMY or- - - SAINT J , v 6 .x -Y AY S -S 4 3, 1960 W V L 4 Q Q S :N--me-Pmsl S - - - I l l V MAin 5-0358 0 m V 0 I f V O G 0 U U 0 g,N O n i V O T T V O 6 O w V O N I . . V 1 ? Y O 6 O , Kings Park 2 Y 5 O w V 0 1 + 3 G. BOMBONATO 86 SON, INC. Building Contractors 262 DeGraw Street, Brooklyn 31, N. Y. BEST WISHES FROM THE SECURITY NATIONAL BANK OF LONG ISLAND HK T MEMBER FEDERAL Daposrr INSURANCE CORPORATION -4330 Closed on Monday ODELLE S BEAUTY SHOP ODELLE CAssmY 28 Henry Street Kmgs Park N Y Q o 9 o Q .S Q 0 4 Q 9 1 V U Q . W I 9 1 ' ' . . S S S S S S S 0 i 3 4' 3 SQIQZEJZLSPZ .Q 3 3' 1' " 4' " 'S' Q - I ' 9f.f?NEs 4231565325 I COMPLIMENTS OF WHITE ROCK BEVERAGES MAin 5-0300 SAyvil1e 4-2110 BEST WISHES TO IDABELLE L6PEZ 79? INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES, Inc San juan, Puerto Rico B. DENIHAN Dyeing - Dry Cleaning SUEDE AND LEATHER SPECIALISTS S9 Years of Guaranteed Service 215 East 64th Street, New York 21, N. Y. 7 v - SAINT JD - - v 960 A A CYpress S-2744 R. W. RANIERI and SONS All Forms of Insurance 2488 Grand Concourse, Bronx 58, N. Y. CONGRATULATIONS TO IDABELLE LOPEZ iff With the Compliments of GARCIA COMMERCIAL, San Juan, Puerto Rico Inc COMPLIMENTS OF BRONCO CHARLIE'S Original Log Cabin Restaurant Montauk Highway, Oakdale, N. Y. IV OF A - Josxrn - v C5215 '960 Cbiicbiri v Y IN-THE-PINES , , , CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN MOTHERS of SAINT ANNE'S CHURCH Brentwood, L. I., New York - 1 l l o .OR . R To l l R.. R R . l l R.. l l R. R R R.. l l 0 COMPLIMENTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Carroll WK 1 1 N WAlker 5-0500 1 EDWARD s. CAMPBELL ' 1 JAMES 1-1. DUNHAM sc co. 345-347 Broadway, New York I .1it.'i'i'LL3.i. iE?DCE2PCE3P r .,, R f lu 7 I I iw? A - 1960 - A A - JJ! CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO OUR NIECE, VIKI MR. AND MRS. FRANK E. MELKA RINGS PINS MEDALS CHARMS exeellent CUPS 41651811 PAX ET BONUM PLAQUES skilled TROPHIES craftsmanship superb UNIQUE GIFT STUDIO quality Your Class Jeweler DIEGES 86 CLUST F. AND Y. ALESSANDRONI 15 East 54th Street New York 22, N. Y. 17 John Street, New York 8, N. Y. BOSTON 0 PROVIDENCE Manufacturing Jewelers PRAYERFUL WISHES FOR SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS TO MY GRANDDAUGHTER, VIKI MRS. ANNA J. MELKA P, - 4-9 - 1-D Q 1-D Q if Q QI .QQQQEJQQQFFH gQD 2b w A A A IN-'i'r?E?P?NEs S Y v - f I I I I COMPLIMENTS OF I I I I MR. AND MRS. PETER ZORN I I .I I Islip, New York I , I I ,-. I 1 I Alsgonquin 4-9000 I I I-I. FRIEDMAN 86 SONS, INC. I I MANUFACTURERS I I Food Service, Equipment and Supplies for .11 Institutions, Hospitals, Hotels, Restaurants Phone Cemrgl Islip 4-6225 1 1 I 'I '.'. - fm: ..f:", U 0 S Umm T R 1 1 I China-Glass FRANK BAsso at soNs 1 1 Q "'Iig1fI'III III Im Silverware Contractors 6? Builders I I imI Dining Room I I IL II' Furniture an 8 West Clift Street 1 1 1:r11m 1I ,IM 31 30 Clgopeg Scluare i 1 1 il1ll1IIIII1Iil'I 5911111 ew of Central Islip, N. Y. ali We specialize in the planning 1 1 1 I 1 indh layoujl of your xgew - --- - ---- --V - ite en or ining room. ur all Designers and Engineers will 11' uduIII"dIqlI?7'??imHlIsfI'W1h, gladly co-operate with you in Q " this matter. The benefit of I I I ifgiff, L.-..lQ,.ff,u.1:::syI:.:1... , 68 YGHYS of 9XP5l'i9l'1Ce is af -A 1 .ffllunllllllbfftlr ' P :U.11,1fqtuH1,HHm,Ha11 your service. 1 1 -' 1Ig2QIAI'1Ju,,,I VISIT oUR SHOWROOMS 1 1 I' I I I CORTESIA DE I I I I ELECTRICAL TRADING CENTER, INC. 1 P. O. Box 1627, Ponce, Puerto Rico I I Phone 2-2295 I I I 1 I 55534153 Slii. 12255. i5PCE?IPiE3PfFEE-3395255523 A T A ' 1 9 6 o A A :N-'rms-Pines , '-,Q - SMithtown 2-1313 EMIL JUND EMIL'S AUTO BODY REPAIRS BODY-FENDER AND COLLISION WORK AUTO AND TRUCK PAINTING 173 West Main Street, Smithtown, N. Y. .l . . , l l , . , , . , O . . 0 t a O . . 0 CHARLES A. MULLIGAN A A Electrical Contractor R Central Islip, N. Y. - . - 1 N I COMPLIMENTS OF I I CAPT REE BOWLING ALLEY I 5 W l BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1960 I FROM I W H I T E S T U D I O 1 i 26 West 58th Street, New York, N. Y. WEDDING DEPARTMENT -CALL PL. 1-1955 I 1 We are keeping your school negatives on Hle so that you may re-order for your engagement announcement. N g 1 1 49412159 .aiz2i':,1:..1 BEST WISHES AND CONGRATULATIONS THE GRADUATES OF 1960 SOPHOMORE FOUR CLASS SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS OUR 1960 GRADUATES SOPHOMORE ONE CLASS SINCERE GRATITUDE 1 1 TO I I THE SISTERS OF SAINT JOSEPH 1 1 AND I I BEST WISHES TO ANTOINETTE AND HER CLASSMATES fl 1 1 MR. AND MRS. SAVERIO SORANNO 1 1 I I I VINCE BRAUN'S MEAT MARKET I FROZEN FOODS - FREE DELIVERY - FREEZER ORDERS 1 1 I Prime and Choice Meats I I FOR THE BEST BY TEST CALL I WEIIS 1-0054 1 1 1 I ,..-L3Ei?NEs CSEQQECSZQCEERCEZQQZ 1 1 I 1 I - TO S114 1 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 I I 1 I I I TO 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 I I 5ic'S3fEixD SATTGEILZSPZ - Y Y In-ir:s?r?nn - - - Bllentwood 3-4561 - 4562 HENRY C. VENIER, Presdent BRENTWOOD LUMBER 86 SUPPLY CORPORATION Second Avenue and Second Street Brentwood, N. Y. V I N C E N T H A N D A ttorney-at-Law Brentwood, L. I., N. Y. COMMACK VETERANS LAN ES K. MCCONNELL 40 TOURNAMENT LANES- CPEN BOWLING AT ALL TIMES Jericho Turnpike and Veterans Highway BEST WISHES AND THANKS TO THE SISTERS OF SAINT JOSEPH OUR LADY OF LOURDES CHURCH REVEREND W. F. TooMEY West Islip, N. Y. .' 4 ACADEMY OF ' ' A ' ' 19 6 o ffsf ' A A E-Pmzs Si Y Y Y HOLIDAY FLOORS BROADLOOM TILE - SANDRAN RUGS PLASTIC WALL TILES-VENETIAN BLINDS FREE ESTIMATES AND DELIVERY 745 Suffolk Avenue, Brentwood, N. Y. MO 5-4430 R. DI NAPOLI 86 SONS, INC. LICENSED Electrical Contractors 43 Farrington Avenue, Bay Shore, N. Y. Kings Park 2-4871 W. TERRILL, Prop TERRILL'S MARINE SERVICE WOLVERINE BOATS - MARINE SUPPLIES Kings Park, N. Y. MYrt1e 2-3152 PAUL MAYO RIDING SHOP OUTFITTERS FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND JUNIORS ATTIRE - BooTs AND SHOES - ACCESSORIES - GIFTS Main Street, Route 25A, Cold Spring Harbor, L. I., N. Y. Acumen - - - W SAINT Jo Y - - SHORTENING CORPORATION OF AMERICA, INC. gs Park 2-4652 - - 1960 - - - A - J COMPLIMENTS OF LUX REAL ESTATE J I 1704 Sunrise Highway, Bay Shore, N. Y. H 10 East Main Street, Smithtown, N. Y. i 288 West Main Street, Patchogue, N. Y. . O . O K I 0 , . O w i O A l i O A t l O A q i 0 J . 0 . . Jersey City, New Jersey ' , . X I JOHN BURNS LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER l i NOTARY PUBLIC l I Kings Park, N. Y. 1 5 gs Park 2-4680 1 b OLITA'S DELICATESSEN ' i 86 Main Street, Kings Park, N. Y. 1 I C -I 9Efj 0 ' - 7 7 7 ' - ' A 1 I Andrew 1-6046 , 1 1 O 1 1 THE COUNTRY STORE L HOME MADE SALADS AND CANAPES FOR ALL OCCASIONS l l Route 25A, Fort Solonga, L. I., N. Y. 1 I 1"1 1 1 I 1 O 1 1 COMPLIMENTS Q 1 1 . 1 OF 4 1 1 1 1 A E R I E N D 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 BRentwood 3-7477 , 1 J. T. TAYLOR ac SON LUMBER CORP. , W LUMBER - BUILDING MATERIAL - PAINT If HARDWARE - SASH - DOORS - TRIM , 1 .P h 418 Suffolk Avenue, Brentwood, N. Y. 1 I V 5Q2CEi5P CE3PCE?I? 5t.i'.2iEJ'.LS.1 f2E3DCE?1DiE?D Q OUR BUSINESS PATRONS AND FRIENDS BEHRER-NASON COMPANY - Plumbers' Supplies. . . . ...... 77-81 Beekman Street, N. Y. JOHN H. STANLEY - Fine Soaps .............. .... 6 26-662 West 30th Street, N. Y. SUNRISE FISH COMPANY ...... ....... D egnon Boulevard, Islip, L. I. CONSERVATIVE GAS COMPANY ...................... Eighteenth Street, Wyandanch, L. I. BOHACK,S LONC ISLAND FOOD STORES - "Where Better Meals Beginn LEMAR PAINT PRODUCTS Co., INC. ...................... 83-20 Broadway, Elmhurst, L. I. NORTON at SIECEL, INC. - RealEstate and Insurance ....................... Babylon, L. I. MODERN ART FLORIST, INC. ...................... 42 West Union Street, Bay Shore, L. I. WALSH - Church Goods .... .... 1 64-01 -,89th Avenue, jamaica, L. I. JOE,S BARBER SHOP ...... ...... 6 58 Suffolk Avenue, Brentwood, L. I. CHARLIE,S MEAT MARKET . . . .... 760 Deer Park Avenue, North Babylon, L. I. ROSALIND - Hairdressers . . . ............... 398 Main Street, Islip, L. I. PASSARO MOTORS, INC. ............... .... 1 93 East Main Street, Bay Shore, L. I. WILLIAM F. CLAIR - Attorney-at-Law ........ ' ..... 156 Fourth Avenue, Bay Shore, L. I. COMPLIMENTS OF SMITHTOWN COURT, QUEEN OF THE UNIVERSE, CATHOLIC DAUCHTERS OF AMERICA GREEN GARDENS NURSERY U. O'ConnellJ - Landscape Gardener and Designer - 16 Burr Road, East Northport, L. I. DANNY,S TAXI ........... .................. B rentwood, L. I. MURRAY,S TAXI SERVICE ..................... ............... H untington, L. I. CANTOR BROTHERS, GLASS CORP. - Carpeting ........... 57 Park Avenue, Bay Shore, L. I. F ARMINGDALE FIRST NATIONAL BANK fMr. H. Dinzlerj RUDY,S SERVICE STATION - Lubrication - Tires - Batteries, Etc. 768 Deer Park Avenue, Babylon, N. Y. CHARLES j. MAHONEY - Wines and Liquor: ..,. ,................... K ings Park, L. I. CUPID SERVICE ................................. 129-09 jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, L. I. NICHOLAS J. MENELLA - American Tree Expert Co. . .299 Orinoco Drive, Brightwaters, L. I. RED TOP CLEANERS, INC. ...................... .................. M assapequa, L. I. MR. AND MRS. LIBERTY MR. AND MRS. PAVELEK MR. AND MRS. AMERI r- I3 l D I EC?CP?i22C?12?C-?I2?C??I1?92I2 .,.-1,?E?,?,.Es P5 Q E Q f . 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