Annhurst College - Sylvan Yearbook (Woodstock, CT)

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' rt Q . M Hurlhulrst $0119ng South Woodstock, Connecticut Glass of I 902 THE MOST REVEREND VINCENT I. HINES, D.D., I.C.D. ich Bishop of Norw Mary Reynolds, Editor Dorothy Brown, Business Manager Sylvan Staff Joan Lupoli, Assistant Editor Laima Sileikis, Art Editor . mglfw k Table of Qanttmts FACULTY . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE TEN GRADUATES . . . . . . . . . PAGE SIXTEEN UNDERCLASSMEN . . . . . . . . PAGE FIFTY-SIX CLUBS . . . . . . . . . . PAGE SIXTY-SIX ACTIVITIES . . . . . . . . PAGE SEVENTY-EIGHT PATRONS . . . . . . PAGE ONE HUNDRED FOUR ill Ne John C. O' m? 33?? ngwwnwwfzk: MW? tGeclicatitm The Class of 1962 wishes to express its appreciation to Mr. John C. O'Neill, whom we feel has dcne much for us since we entered Annhurst four years ago. One of the best ways to do this is through the dedication of our yearbook. For three years you have been the moderator for our class plays for the Annual Dramatic Competition. Because of your careful selection and direction we have won an honorable mention and two first awards in succession. Besides having you as professor of English Clt one time or another, you have always been Willing to help and advise us in various capacities. It is for all of these things that the Class of 1962 now expresses its sincere gratitude in dedicating our yearbook to you, Mr. Iohn C. O'Neill. F 0 r "Commencement" seems to be cm unusual name for graduation exercises, but When we think about it for a moment, we realize that such c1 term is most appropriate. Graduation day marks the beginning of or new and different pattern of life. A chapter has closed on our lives but a new one is just opening. Since it is a new chapter we have to rely on the past one for guidance and help. So, dear Annhurst, it is to you that we Will turn, time and 0 2r cl again, in order to make the entire book of life a success. Annhurst has done much to make our college years happy and memorable. What is more impor- tant is what she has given to us that we will have for the rest of our livesiraour spiritual, scholastic and social education. This education is part of the development of the "Annhurst Woman". It is with these three factors in mind that we wish to develop the theme of our yearbook. The Faculty The intellectual progress of the "Annhurst Woman" depends a great deal on the efficiency, enthusiasm and personal effort of her professors. Under the guidance of the administration, she is motivated with curiosity for intellectual pursuits and given a sound and thorough vocational training which enables her to assume with optimism and competence her chosen role on the path of life. 10 a ngwk , 4 Mwm; :x m OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION Mother Claire Helen, F.S.E., BPH. Sister Gertrude Emilie, F.S.E., M.A. Sister St. Wilfrid, F.S.E., MBA. Registrar Sister St. Charles de Milan, F.S.E., B.A., BS. in LS. Librarian Sister Albert Cecile, F.S.E., PhD. Dean of Women MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY Sister Albert Cecile, F.S.E. Sister Alfred de Marie, F.S.E. Sister Arthur Marguerite, F.S.E. Alice Bachcmd, B.A. Sister Cecile Agnes, F.S.E. Sister Charles Edward, F.S.E. Sister Charles de Jesus, F.S.E. Rev. Valdemaras M. Cukuras, PhD. Lisl Dinolt, BA. Sister Gertrude Emilie, F.SE. Owen Henley, M.A. Barbara Harradczn Sister Helen du Sacre Coeur, F.S.E. Sister Irene, F.S.E. Sister Joseph Bernardine, F.SE. Norman Laliberte, B.S. Richard McKay, MA. Sister Madeleine Gabriele, F.S.E. Roland C. Mandler, M.A. Sister Marie Alphonsine, F.SE. Sister Marie Thomas, F.S.E. Frederick Mirlictni, M.A. Helen Monahcm, M.A. Rev. John Murphy, SJ. Iohn C. O'Neill, MA. John F. Smith, MA. Ruth Sawtell Wallis, PhD. Wilson Wallis, PhD. Kathleen Watterston Rev. William Weeks, SJ. Richard Woodcock, PhD. Sister St. Wilfrid, F.S.E. 12 Spanish Biology Business French Sociology Education Music Lithuanian History, Bioloy Latin Spanish Physical Education English Mathematics History Chemistry Psychology Philosophy Director Teacher Training Chemistry French Music Business Theology English Physics Sociology Sociology Dramatics Theology Physics Business Reverend William H. Weeks, SJ. Reverend Valdemaras M. Cukuros Reverend John P. Murphy, SJ. Mr. Frederick Mirlicmi Dr. Wilson Wallis Dr. Ruth Sawtell Wallis Mr. John C. O'Neill Mrs. Kathleen Watterston Miss Helen Monahan Mr. John F. Smith Mr. Norman Laliberte .5, Mrs, L151 Dinolt Mrs. Alice Bachand Dr. Richard F. Woodcock Mr. Richard McKay Mr. Owen Hanley graduates The choice of a career requires much time and reflection. Our country offers cm abundance of opportunity for those applicants qualified to perform the work. The "Annhurst Woman's" extensive and well-rounded training enables her to choose a suitable vocation intelligently and to apply her abilities and capacities With a sense of competence. i 16 W W Sandra L. Martella Ann M. Garrity President Vice-President Senior Civass Cyficem E. Camille Caiazza Winifred M. LoPerche Secretary Treasurer 18 1301mm galso Hucoin Webster Massachusetts MAJOR: ACCOUNTING Our summer bride . . . worries over Bobby . . . pleasing personality . . . friendly with everyone . . . loves accounting and Spanish . . . "Has the bell rung yet?" . . . "It must be in my car" . . . 19 Rosemary Veronica, 780d, Cumberland Rhode Island MAJOR: ENGLISH "Bubbles" . . . President of the Spanish Club . . . P. C. fan . . . All-cvtwitter . . . Offtet member . . . "Nellie-belle" . . . vitamins . . . Penthouse apotheccxry shop . . . "Hi, kids" . . . Farfel . . . English major . . . I'm starved . . . 20 Agni , ,' ac ueline Hun Bamab q 31 Fall River Massachusetts MAJOR: ACCOUNTING "Une petite jeune fille" . . . Bubbling Sylvan Belle . . . Anyone for Bridge . . . Talented drummer . . . Our Jacqui . . . Congo Bars . . . "It's a Grand Night for Singing" . . . . Iackie With the starry Eyes . . . 21 . . future Accountant gambling 8. 78911 North Grosvenordcde Connecticut MAJOR: BIOLOGY "Oh, those class meetings" . . . Pevner's . . . Biology major . . . Late again . . . lover of Philosophy and Biology practicals . . . quiet and fastidious . . . "Coffee Shoppe, anyone?" . . . 22 gorothy Hnne 7B1rowm North Attleboro Massachusetts MAJOR: ACCOUNTING "The D. B." . . . loyal to P. C. . . . seafaring mate . . . sailing trophies galore . . . future teacher . . . "My nephew David" . well groomed . . . reserved . . . The Sylvan's efficient Business Manager . . . Boston bound . . . Gene . . . 23 8. Qamille Gaiagga Middletown Connecticut MAJOR: ACCOUNTING Camelot . . . our delegate to Europe . . . a smile for everyone . competent Business Club President . . . memories carried on c1 golden bracelet . . . Class Secretary . . . "Just Checking" . stockholder in G. Fox . . . "Comprende Espanol?" 24 Hun Rita Gamlmz Waterbury Connecticut MAJOR: SOCIOLOGY "Bertha" . . . lolly smile and sparkling eyes . . . Devoted humanitarian . . . President of Human Relations Club . . . Special addition in our junior year . . . "Coffee Shoppe anyone?" . . . no doughnuts today . . . "It's exercise time." . . . "Hank" and August! FWIHCES H1114 G$ECIQOIUSIQi Wallingford Connecticut MAJOR: HISTORY Class beautician . . . musically inclined . . . always has time for bridge . . . wizz on historical dates . . . "Air-raids?" . . . perpetual smile . . . considerate . . . everybody's friend . . . "Route 66" . . . fashionable dresser . . . musical summers . . . 26 , , ' . C . .' H1111 mmgmet dumty Wilimcmsett Massachusetts MAJOR: MATHEMATICS Our efficient vice-president . . . Oh! Those 6:30 A.M. math classes . . . Deep concentrating powers . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . Sister Irene's protedee . . . Joyce's silent partner . . . Math major . . . A Jack Paar fcm . . . Ioe . . . 27 Katherine Uizabeth Ham! West Warwick Rhode Island MAJOR: ENGLISH "Pickles" . . . our Iunior Prom Queen . . . "Sugar and spice and everything nice" . . . "Who's Who" . . . Student Government Vice President . . . "Doc" . . . enthusiastic Sylvan Belle . . . Dean's List . . . "Antigone" . . . Valentine's day means roses and violets . . . , lu-W M joaflfty? 011M y WwVZuU 1A LL Ii MW 4 VWMA JV ML 41fyatrfj LU 44le MW ZIM4WD; W4? 2'5 ngZM WWI le 10; ?X A; W1 W . 3XM WW0" W 7 W 3 M '4' ML? CW 1 V 11 ., w 3wa w W M? 7'7ij070 Theresa jaleelaitis Woodhaven New York MAJOR: ACCOUNTING "Iackie" . . . natural gaiety . . . "Don't bother me, I have to do my accounting" . . . a threat to Wall Street . . . appreciates the finer things in life . . . enjoys Sibelius and Grieg . . . a unique and significant laughter . . . patricia janice jummgoMcg North Grosvenordale Connecticut MAJOR: ACCOUNTING "Pat" . , . good natured . . . Accounting blues . . . friendly and agreeable . . . just on time for 8:50 classes . . . don't forget to pick up Pauline . . . Diamonds are ct girl's best friend . . . future teacher . . . LGOVM an H 1 .0056111 61103191. Meriden Connecticut MAJOR: ACCOUNTING "Leo" . Avid Motsin's supporter . . . Father's little helper "How many more days?" . . . "Bridge Anyone?" Ketch-CI-mouski . . . Smile l l . . . Long live the Salem charge accounts . . . Our "Polish Debutante" . . . Active member of j M avg; Hit Ub jtfw the Offtets . . Mag NW KM w W Mu W UWW 15 01W: Hurelia Wijole Kucimls Brockton Massachusetts MAJOR: FRENCH "Allons enfcmt cit 1a Sorborme" . . . Dean's List . . . model student . . . neat and meticulous . . . always on time With everything and everywhere . . . "It's :1 woman's privilege to change her mind" . . . active member of the Lithuanian Catholic Student's Federation . . . indulges in abstract art . . . 32 V?imlfred mqmvtlla fa ?Qerclw Edgewood Rhode Island MAJOR: ACCOUNTING "Wini" . . . Keeper of the class fortune . . . "Polygraph" . . . Accounting Wizz . . . Rival to Hedda Hopper . . . Wednesday means Masin's . . . Miss Congeniality . . . Exercise 1-2-3-4 . . . Generosity personified . . . neat and stylish . . . Enthusiastic OHtet . . . Vice-president of the Business Club . . . 33 loan l. LiOOBCCIIi Brooklyn New York MAJOR: FRENCH Goren's Advisor on Bridge . . . Annhurst's export to Canada . . . Contagious laugh . . . French major . . . Brooklyn bound Anyone? . . . "une petite auto" . . . Piano stylist . . . Adventures in Philosophy . . . Let's get together . . . artistic knack . . . memorable Canadian summer . . . 34 jOClM 7118148861 IMpbll Valley Stream New York MAJOR: ACCOUNTIN G "Loophole" . . . T. V. addict . . . constant chatter . . . china doll . . . vivacious . . . class typist . . . efficiency plus . . . always willing to help . . . Assistant Yearbook Editor . . . "Forever Herman" . . . Her dog has a soul . . . "Good morning, Dr. Robertson" . . . NW m J1 Mom M02 MMMM amD MK? 3490" W W mqiigw m mm and wwwlw dew 93W au 85 m ow W N0 241m ,UMW W hmm MWWU W W .Wt m Um Wm MW W W W CLOLUVCLQ FAM N,v-QA; M04 Q, WWW ?mgwo iwuwmw M W M Jam 35 L9 cu, RUM N06015:? chm? 4 Cm I Xmueqtkww CWKOXWKV gag? CL M9 OLW Sandra Lee martella Peace Dale Rhode Island MAJOR: ENGLISH Telephone ! l . . . Class president . . . political inclinations . . . laundry soap is great for the hair . . . West Point Weekends . . . Kappa Gamma Pi . . . Classic hair do . . . What a laugh . . . P.A.C. president . . . Enthusiastic English major . . . 36 Humettc 7 7 Ya ml 1m ta ?HB1MWCI Leominster Massachusetts MAJOR: BIOLOGY "Nettie" . . . another day gcne . . . "See you in September" . . . "labitis" . . . considerate . . . Biology Club President . . . toboggoninq on Mt. Wachusett . . . "Got five letters from Peter, todqy" . . . ',Mc1kes new friends but keeps the old" . . . JV 6 , 910111.11 $111118 Harbin Northampton Massachusetts MAJOR: ENGLISH G"10wnob"."Rhc1psody in Blue" . . . knack for fixing cars VNH "Need c1 ride?" . .B U.'s loss is Annhurst's gain . . . Q1 "My kingdom for CI horse" . . English major1but future Child $13k QR? Psychologisp. future plansggrcxduate school . . . 717mg flame CDuimet New Bedford Massachusetts MAJOR: ENGLISH Natural Irish Charm . . . Poet-lcxurecxte of Annhurst . . . Witty . . . Artistic inclinations . . . I'Mctre" . . . honor student . . . HPeter Pepper packed a pick" . . . Student Council President . . . Who's Who . . . Erin go bragh! . . . Outstanding Offtet . . . Effervescent personality . . . Tops in English . . . 39 Inc: 7Hmrie pin Rocky Hill Connecticut MAJOR: ENGLISH "Impy" . . . "A little bit of Italy" . . . tailored young miss . . . Sylvan Belle . . . competent director of the Glee Club . . . fish funerals . . . "The Voice" . . . tennis fan . . . sincere . . . "Ine" . . . dramatic flair . . . Forensic Festival Award winner . . . English major . . . 40 my "36:; gilma Ramos Rio Piedras Puerto Rico MAJOR: ACCOUN TIN G Spanish Senorita . . . shining black hair . . . unforgettable laugh . . . talented dancer . . . Latin American beauty . . . "Healy" . . . Business Club Treasurer . . . sound sleeper . . . Assets equals liabilities plus proprietorship . . . Wlmry 82 ligabeth llgeynold Springfield Massachusetts MAJOR: ACCOUNTING "Marehead" . . . Sailing down to Nassau . . . Advocate of Russian Literature . . . Sparkling eyes . . . Versatile . . . Sylvan Belle . . . Calm, cool and collected . . . Piano interludes . Glee Club's girl Friday . . . Dean's List . . . Future 0 Accountant . . . Yearbook Editor . . . Sophisticated Miss . . . Mw 5M 'm . ,, ,, U ljfwm 7 QthW7g- M de a 5W a MM Qamxzf KWW ngw M00 7M MW 7 ?WWH W Wijw WM WWW WZW M Wf'w mfg 42 M7777 Karen L'avoie J'Qichcwd Southbridge Massachusetts MAJOR: FRENCH Sparkling blue eyes . . . Canadian sunsets and Joe . . . Madame . . . May 29, 1961 . . . neat and petite . . . French major . . . Linguisticcdly inclined . . . Endless gifts from Europe . . . Florida and Charleston . . . President of the French Club . . . juyce Ellen Rogers Waterbury Connecticut MAJOR: ACCOUNTING Annie's talkative partner . . . Inauguration Ballr-Wcrshington, 1961 . . . annual Roseland tan . . . domestic qualities . . . energetic and petite miss . . . talented seamstress . . . Sodcdity officer . . . Air Force AcademygTom . . . future accountant . . . 44 Cgcwol Wlmry Rusgenas Norwich Connecticut MAJOR: ENGLISH Cecil B. DeMille's successor . . . Dramatic Club President . . . Goldilocks cmd blue-eyes . . . Industrious . . . Who's Who . . . Does anyone want an apple? . . . Miss Substitute teacher of 1962 . . . Loves to teach monologues . . . 45 3'; s$' . a3? ' '$ Vlijole rMaria Sabataitis Cleveland Ohio MAJOR: BIOLOGY Sweet and sincere . . . German Prize Award-.196l . . . future plans . . . Germany and research . . . always happy . . . privileged boarder at I. C. C. . . . always ready to listen to a problem and lend a hand . . . Biology major . . . 46 milimda Wimrie San Filippo Brooklyn New York MAJOR: ENGLISH Page out of Vogue . . . Prefect of the Sodality . . . Opera lover . . . Endless quotes . . . Sylvan Belle leader . . . "It Happened in Brooklyn" . . . "Time after Time" . . . Best Actress Award 1961-1962 . . . Class nightingale . . . . ;- I: l. 1 $ 1 a? . . 1 . . . Emma, Wlama bZZEIIle Woodhaven New York MAJOR: SOCIOLOGY "Silky" . . . Art Editor of the yearbook . . . cute . . . Glee Club Fan . . . loves to dance . . . artistic talent . . . unforgettable bus rides to and from I. C. C. . . . occasional dining hall guest . . . loves Sociology . . . 48 Gum! Hm Soldam Southbridge Massachusetts MAJOR: HISTORY Sweet and sincere . . . Meticulous . . . Competent and enthusiastic . . . Day Hop Representative on Student Council . . . Devoted history major . . . prospective teacher . . . true spirited "Annie" . . "Masin's Anyone?" . . . Always ready to lend a hand . . . 49 Sophia 0Qictomh Stulginslei Waterbury Connecticut MAJOR: HISTORY Ambitious . . . R. N. . . . future high school teacher . . . enjoys walks in the fresh air rain or shine . . . understanding and frank . . . The first to lend CI hand to someone in need . . . strong convictions about life . . . a true companion of humanism 50 ,Riaren Londahl - Smidt Sweeney Hempstead New York MAJOR: HISTORY Supports Bordens . . . T'he Offtet's missed Alto . . . From New York to Florida to California in the summer . . . stylish pocketbooks . . . June 10, 1961 . . . Walt . . . 51 Bernice Rita Walleowiale Webster Massachusetts MAJOR: SOCIOLOGY "Bernie" . . . the mad cyclist . . . witty and humorous, with a joke or appropriate saying for every occasion . . . "What's your problem?" . . . slowly but surely . . . athletic . Industrious and perseverinq . . . work and study, no time for play . . . serious . . . Sociology major . . . 52 usan mam Wesgan Uxbridge Massachusetts MAJOR: ENGLISH Punit Beater Cookies . . . Our Junior Prom Chairman . . . Dean's List . . . OHtet leader . . . "Hurry up Sue!" . . . Offbeat humor . . . P. A. C. Vice-President . . . poised . . . Capable . . . Vive L'Anqlais . . . It's c1 M-O-N-K Sue! . . . Annhurst beatnik . Creative . . . judith Blaise Nmmlen North Tarrytown New York MAJOR: ACCOUNTING Miss Glamour 1959 . . . "What, me worry?" . . . thrives on "New Yorker" . . . inimitable laugh . . . "Yes, Virginia" . . . Glee Club's social Chairman . . . Rises like the sun . . . "Night, Mare" . . . I know it . . . Carefree and casual . . . 5161011 la tes Pauhne Falso Aucoin ...................................................................... 16 Days Lane, Webster, Mass. Rosemary Ball .......................................................................... 45 Owen Drive, Cumberland, R. I. Jacqueline Barnaby ........... 124 Forest Street, Fall River, Mass. Geraldine Bell ................... . ....... R.F.D. $41, North Grosvenordale, Conn. Dorothy Anne Brown . RFD. 42, Box 590A, North Attleboro, Mass. Camille Caiazza ..................................................................... 725 Ridge Road, Middletown, Conn. Ann Rita Carolan ...................................................... 75 Lexington Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. Frances Czechowski .................................................... 360 E. Main Street, Wallingford, Conn. Ann Margaret Garrity, ..................................... . 52 Roosevelt Avenue, Chicopee, Mass. Katherine Hand .................................... Green Street, West Warwick, R. I. Nijole chkelctitis ................................................................. 84-27 96th Street, Woodhaven 2, N. Y. Patricio: Iamrogowicz ........................................... Buckley Hill, North Grosvenordale, Conn. Leona Kaczmarski ........................................................................ 136 Willow Street, Meriden, Conn. Aurelia Kucincxs ............................................................... 71 Glendale Street, Brockton 36, Mass. Winifred LaPerche ......................................................... 3 Circuit Drive, Edgewood, R. 1. Joan LiVecchi ............................................................... 28 Bulwer 131ch, Brooklyn, N. Y. Joan Lupoli ................. .. 5 S. Irving Street, Valley Stream, N. Y. Sandra Martellq ............................................................ 550 Kingstown Road, Peace Dale, R. 1. Annette Menard ...................................................................... 27 McKay Street, Leominster, Mass. Gloria Narbin .................................................................. 504 No. King Street, Northampton, Mass. Mary Elaine Ouimet ...................................................... 53 Mosher Street, New Bedford, Mass. Inez Pia ...................................... 34 Grimes Road, Rocky Hill, Conn. Gilmcx Ramos ........................ Box 353, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Mary Reynolds .............................. 32 Bridle Path Road, Springfield, Mass. Karen Lavoie Richard ......................................................... 14 Maple Street, Southbridge, Mass. Joyce Rogers ............................................... 100 East Lakeside Boulevard, Waterbury, Conn. Carol Ruszenas ................................................................................. 36 Twelfth Street, Norwich, Conn. Nijole Sabataitis ....................................................................... 1226 E. 87th Street, Cleveland, Ohio Nilindcx San Filippo ,. 789 McDonnuqh Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Laimct Sileikis .................................................................... 86-09 96th Street, Woodhaven 21, N . Y. Carol Soldani ............................................................... 105 Highland Street, Southbridge, Mass. Sophia Stulginski ................................................... 499 Highland Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. Karen Londahl-Smidt Sweeney ......... 5 ............ 1 19 Stratford Road, West Hemstead, L. I. Bernice Walkowiak , ........................ Immaculate Conception Convent, Putnam, Conn. Susan Wesgan ...................... I ..................... 5 Fletcher Street, Uxbridge, Mass. Judith B. Whalen ............................................ 127 Harwood Avenue, N. Tarrytown, N. Y. Sister Rita Louise L'Ecuyer, F.S.E. .. ............................................................................... Putnam, Cbnn. Sister Louise Angelique Piccionelli, F.S.E. ............................................................ Putnam, Conn. 55 L '35? t. UHUIEVCZOISSWLBM For the "Annhurst Woman", meeting people and making new friends forms an important part of life. She has consultations With the administration; delves into research and laboratory work and with the combination of growing maturity and intellectual progress makes friendship based on mutual respect, kindness, and understanding. 56 Glass of 1963 . ,2 Class Officers: President: Patricia Perriello Vice-President: Frances Skelly Secretory: Vivicme Heneault Treasurer: Kathleen Perry Paus'mg for Q chat on the front steps of St. Anthony's are 34 standing: Mary Rivard, Faith Friedman and Suzanne Jacques. Sitting: Judith Mirliani, Chris- tine Lamoureux, Bernadette Messier and Iosette Blein. On their way to the Dean's Assembly are: Barbara Hamel, Carol Stearns, Faith Friedman, Mary Rivcrd, Mctry Mayo and Elaine Daniels. Posing in front of the well by St. Anthomfs are s i t t i n g: G e n e V i e V e Nutctutas, Dawn Domeikas. Standing: Frances P i s a n i , lacqueline Oliveira, Patricia Barone, Karen Moran, and standing in the back Dorothy Ciliano, Mildo Su and Susan Lewis. M M In the school lounge are: Lucetta Zinni, Aldona Kurapka, Mary Langer, Margie Martin, Bigh- Thuan Vuong, Marlene Mu er and Beth McNally. W ll w J2 W JV vud'ijjg I WV W l s Taking a casual walk are: Syl- via Breault, Leonie Sullivan, Evelyn Antos, Iacqueline Assmar, Colleen Brown, Anna Mae DeAngelis. Class Officers: President: Celeste Michalski Vice-President: Doris Champagne Secretary: Brunq Piccin Treasurer: Denis Buckmcm Stopping to have CI friendly chat near the bridge on Pine Walk are: Maureen Mugavin, Marie Gagliardi, Mary Anne Wil- hams, Iocm McCarthy, Nancy McVey, Susan Gazalehl and Margaret Piekarski. Interrupting a sing-cx-long, we find: Irene Calado, Joanne Hort, Marie Zottoli, Bernyce Fortier, Carol Feolct, Mary Ellen Horti- gcm, Patricia Mcmgcm, Lynn Joyce. Stopping briefly to discuss school activities are: Noreen Nunn, Elaine Urban, Mary Slowey, Marion Postemski, oncelyn Ramella, Dorothy Pepin, Christina Shyu and Mary Ellen Quinlan. Discussing politics, hair styles, school studies, exams, etc., etc, etc. are: Anne De Bonville, Elaine Gagnon, Mary O'Neili, Stephany Stesanil Elaine Nad- eCIU, Diane Radke, Alana Bro- smith, and Maureen Murphy. The photographer caught: Mary Elaine Parent, Regina Chepults, Aldona Kvietkctuskas, Regina Kucincxsl Diana Brookbcmks, Rosemary Waldron and Marie Mirlicmi taking in the sun by the gym entrance. Seated near the brook are: Louise Dupre, Icme Carubict, Carmeha Duponte, Kathleen Dalton, Mary Delaney, Kath- leen Mehcxn and Sheila Corcoran. Walking through the gym are: Anne Salvcts, Ursula Szydlik, Rita Provencal, Patricia G G u t h i e r , Sandra Palaima, Linda Peterson, Barbara Sujdak and Pauline Salvas. glass, of I 665 Surrounding the sign are: Vir- ginia Totoraitisl Brenda Whol- fort, Colleen Campbell, Cath- erine Streddo, Claire Kelly, Laima Miknius and Celine ti - , I . K. 2 4'. :1 t1 Allard. Vi , J9 I t t 2W V "1e ., t V jyg . l": t r, t t V J , , t H. , Nectr the brook at St. Francis are: Susan Iacobson, Mary Ellen Foley, Lucille Iurodewicz, Geraldine Fragola, Carol Abbot- tello, Linda Heavens and Sam- drq Gill. Seated: Rita Guman, Elizabeth Howe, Patricia Guerinj an lotilde g?'g :5 j Enjoying the sun on their way to class are: Iocrn Richards, Marsha Squve, Bernice Bar- naby, Ieanne LaFrance, Diana Stifel, Iudith Ryan, Ioan Natali, and Jeannine Beaudoin. Sitting on the grass are: 1111 Davidson and 919w. On the lawn across from Burel Hall are: Karen Eckelmcm, Westct Delagi, Grace Pacinellcr, Helene Fiore and Barbara LaPortcx. On their way to class we find: Louise Flavin, Anne Lombardi, Irene Wilmott, Theodora Baird, Diane McGinley and Elaine Ludwig. ,..., Leaving the school after classes are: Mary Young, Eleanor Mar- tin, Sheila Gilmqn, Patricia Hawkins, Gina Muzzi, Alda Petrotrcct, Judith Brochu, Elaine Renzetti, Carol Fuller, Patricia Sheehy, Corriene Klett, Con- stance Brodeur and Ioomne Bielaski. Therese Retes, Melinaa Adler, Elizabeth Potqu, Mary Lou Kressaty, Iocm Barlow and Ann Robinson are posing for their picture in the lounge of Burel H011. Dressed in their Sunday best are: Iocm Cameron, Maria Cle- ment, Georgette Gottelmcmn, Iocmne Sapienza, Suzanne DhAVignon, Laura de Muniz, Gretel Vallarino, Ruth Chicmg and Rita Moreno. Shown leaving the library are: Margie Mirlicmi, Agnes Bouthil- her, Sharon Hickok, Nancy Langevin, Judith Langlois, Ann Chartier cmd Claire Maloney. The "Annhurst Woman's" experiences are not con- fined to the classroom, laboratory or textbook as her development at Annhurst is religious, social and recreational CIS well as intellectual. Extracurricular activities otter unlimited opportunities to foster a sense of responsibility toward herself and others. In the many activities available on campus, she has the opportunity to investigate and improve her abilities so that she can meet effectively the challenge that life offers to Catholic College Women. :snswegwwwm 3??? vii QZLTJUCIHU? From left to right: Carol Soldani, Day Student Representative; Patricia Perriello, Iunior Class President; Katherine Hand, Student Council Vice- President; Sandra Martella, Senior Class President; Mary Ouimet, Student Council President; Anita Hart, N.F.C.C.S. Delegate; Jacqueline Oliveirct, Student Council Secretary; Frances Skelly, Freshmen Class Advisor; Celeste Michalski, Sophomore Class President; Rosemary Waldron, Student Council Treasurer. The Student Council is the core of the Student Government Association Whose basis is self-government based upon the honor system. Power is resident in the Council to act in legislative, judicial and executive capacities. The Student Council acts czs the intermediary body between the administration and students, and as the coordinator of the intellectual, spiritual and social spheres of campus life. CDOO'TJZ Pictured are Anita Hart, Senior Delegate and Mary Ellen Ryan, Junior Delegate. The National Federation of Catholic College Students aim is to promote and encourage Catholic leaders. This year N.F.C.C.S. has emphasized the responsibility of the student to be informed of the problem of discrimination. SODALITY OF OUR LADY Officers: Prefect: Nilindcx San Filippo Vice-Prefect: Karen Moran Secretary: Frances Pisicmi Treasurer: Joyce Rogers N.F.C.C.S. Delegate: Jane Carubicx Director: Rev. William H. Weeks, SJ. Moderator: Sister Madeleine Gabrielle, f.s.e. The Sodqlity of Our Blessed Lady is not just another club on campus, it is a "Way of Life". It is CI religious body which aims at fostering in its members an ardent devotion, reverence and filial love towards Mary. This year, because of its successful annual fund raising project, the Sodolity was able to purchase a sterling silver Communion plate for the chapel. THE HEATHER Officers: Editor-in-Chief: Iacqueline Oliveira Assistant Editor: Elaine Nadeau Feature Editor: Valerie Kulesza Moderator: Sister Helen of the Sacred Heart "The Heather", the monthly newspaper of the college, serves as the official median of collegiate life on the Annhurst campus. Besides the daily activities, it publishes: book reviews, feature articles, Chaplain's messages, and social calendars. 69 Glee Club Officers: Katherine Hand, Secretary; Dorothy Champagne, Accompanist; Dorothy Brown, Secretary to the Alumnae; Rosemary Waldron, Librarian; Inez Pia, Glee Club Director; Nilinda San Filippo, Sylvan Belle Director; Judith Whalen, Social Chairman and Mary Reynolds, Chairman of Arrangements. The Annhurst College Glee Club, under the able direction of Mr. Frederick Mirlioni, is the largest club on campus. This year Annhurst sang CI joint concert with Assumption to celebrate the Christmas holiday. Other concerts included a joint concert with Boston College and CI weekend trip to New Iersey to sing with Steven's Institute of Technology. SOCIAL COMMITTEE Officers: Chairman: Susan Lewis Co-Chairmcm: Carol Soldani Senior Class Representative: Katherine Hand Junior Class Representative: Bernadette Messier Sophomore Class Representative: Elaine Nadeau The Social Committee functions for the convenience of all the students. Its purpose is to coordinate and sponsor activities of both Ct social and educa- tional nature on our campus and those of other nearby colleges. The committee, with the cooperation of the Student Government Association, offers such activities CISI mixers, lectures, concerts, football games, and C1 ski weekend. PUBLIC AFFAIRS CLUB Officers: President: Sandro Martella Vice President: Susctn Wesqctn Secretary: Elaine chdequ Treasurer: Margaret Martin Iunior Delegate: Frances Skelly Vice President of the International Relations Club: Ann Garrity N.F.C.C.S. Delegate: Elaine Urban Moderator: Sister Joseph Bernardine, ESE. The Public Affairs Club offers students an opportunity to become better acquainted with the workings of government on the state and national level. Members of the club participate in the annual meeting of the Connecticut Inter- Ccdlegiate Student Legislature Which holds CI three day session at the state capitol in Hartford. Under the able guidance of Sister Ioseph Bernardine, the Club provides rewarding and interesting experiences for its members. 71 THE FRENCH CLUB President: Karen Lavoie Richard Vice-President: Aldona Kurapka Secretary: Aurelia Kucinas Treasurer: Elaine Parente Moderator: Sister Marie Thomas, F.S.E. The club is offered for those students interested in learning more fully the culture of the French people. Main activities of the club this year included 0 trip to the Little Theater Auditorium in Worcester to attend c1 performance of Racine's "Andromaque" and periodic discussions devoted to the analyses of the "Noeud des Viperes" of Frangotc Maurictc and "La Ioie" of George Bernanos. SCIPIONIC CIRCLE President: Marlene Muller Vice-President: Bethanne McNally Secretary: Patricia Mangcm Treasurer: Iane Carubict Moderator: Sister Gertrude Emilie, F.S.E. The "Scipionic Circle" is devoted to enchancing limited classroom study of the antiquities thistory, literature, grammar, eth with further research and discussions in these areas. Seminars with Classical Students from Holy Cross form an enlightening and interesting part of the annual program. DAINAVA CLUB Officers: President: Aurelia Kucinczs Vice-President; Nijole Sabatctitis Treasurer: Laima Miknius Social Chairman: Regina Kucincts Moderator: Rev. Valemaras Cukurcxs The Daincxvcx Club is a unique club at Annhurst, because to belong to it one must speak and understand the Lithuanian language. The purpose of this club is to preserve and share many aspects of Lithuanian cultureAart, litera- ture and music. Once ct year the club sponsors CI program to commemorate Lithuanian Independance. This year c: concert featuring a Violin soloist was glven. SPANISH CLUB President: Rosemary Ball Vice President: Iosette Biein Treasurer: Pauline Falso Aucoin Secretary: Sylvia Brectult Moderator: Sister Albert Cecile, F.S.E. The Spanish Club aims to enrich the members With Ct knowledge of the culture of Spain and Spanish America. This year the members took c1 field trip to New York City where they had dinner at the Spanish Restaurant "Ligorio", and then visited a Mexican art display. During the year several people Visited the club to speak on the highlights of Spain and South America. PASTEUR CLUB Officers: President: Annette Menard Vice-President: Niiole Sabottcxitis Secretary-Treasurer: Kathleen Perry Moderator: Sister Alfred de Marie, F.SE. The Biology Club tries to promote among its members Ct clearer understanding of the vast world of biology. This year the topic of exploration was Anti- Histcrmines and Tranquilizers. Lecturers and members of the club delivered papers on these subjects. EPSILON DELTA Officers: President: Ann Garrity Vice-President: Karen Moran Secretary-Treasurer: Bruncx Ptccin Moderator: Sister Irene, F.S.E. Epsilon Delta, formerly the Physical Science Club, consists of students who are interested in the sciences of chemistry, physics and mathematics. To promote this interest, the following activities were undertaken: the study of astronomy, the discussion of the Great Centuries in Mathematics, and the second annual publication of the scientific journal, ALPHA. BUSINESS CLUB President: Camille Caiazza Vice-President: Winifred LQPerche Secretary: Iosette Bletn Treasurer: Gilma Ramos N.F.C.C.S. Delegate: Mary Reynolds Moderator: Sister Arthur Marguerite, ESE. The Business Club endeavors to broaden the members' knowledge, on a Christian level, of the economic problems that exist in the business world of today. Activities include social as well as cultural functions, such as the Holly Tea at Christmas, guest speakers at the monthly meetings, and field trips to the Hartford Law Courts, insurance companies, behind the scenes in department stores and the Federal Reserve Bank. THE HARLEQUINNES Officers: President: Carol Ruszencxs Vice-Prestdent: Paula Delmonte Secretary: Anita Hart Treasurer: lane Cerubia Moderator: Kathleen Watterston The purpose of "The Harlequinnes" is to develop dramatic arts and to provide entertainment and enjoyment. This year the club has concentrated on producing c1 presentation through allusions created by lighting, music, and setting. "The Harlequinnes" offers to its members pleasure, work and satisfaction. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Officers: President: Elaine Daniels Vice-President: Kathleen Perry Secretory-Treasurer: Mary Langer Moderator: Miss Barbara Harrcxden The Athletic Association provides an opportunity for all students to engage in various forms of physical activity. The Association operates in co- operation with the regular gym Classes and among the available programs are tennis, archery, badminton, volley-bctll, and basketball. Fencing is also avail- able and tournaments are held periodically. HUMAN RELATIONS CLUB Officers: President: Ann Carolqn Vice-President and Treasurer: Christine Lamoureux Secretary: Bernice Walkowictk N.F.C.C.S. Delegate: Joanne Hart Moderator: Dr. Ruth Wallis The Human Relations Club was founded to focus student attention on modern social problems. Meetings are held once c1 month and are enriched by guest speakers from various agencies. The club's social calendar consisted of two field tripseone to the Peabody Museum of Anthropology in Cambridge, Mass, and one to the Mansfield State Hospital in Mansfield, Connecticut. er: Hetivities lit Concerts, exhibitions, lectures, plays! dances, forums these are some of the opportunities offered to the "Annhurst Woman". They form a vital part of her educational experience and serve to instill in her cm interest in the social, economic and political problems of our nation the enjoyment of literature, music and other cultural activities. 78 Septmnber The class of '63 officially welcomed the freshmen by The cmnucd SenioreFreshmen Tea provided sponsoring c1 Cale Social in the college building. cm informal atmosphere to get acquainted. HONOR STUDENTS Mary Ouimet, Ann Garrity, Leonie Sullivan, Sondra Martella, Joan Beck, Doris Champagne. Theodore Ullman, noted concert pianist, pre- sented CI program con- ' t' f 1 t' 815 mg 0 se ec 10ns WHO'S WHO from the various Mary Ouimet, Katherine Hand, Carol Ruszencxs. KAPPA GAMMA PI Sandra Lee Martella schools of music. Chtober FASHION SHOW AT ANNHURST Seniors after their Halloween presentation. October Dr. Nasrollah S. Fatemi, guest lecturer on Africa and the Middle East, is shown speaking With Mary Ouimet, Sandra Marielle: and Frances Skelly. Mrs. Constance Peshmalycm, former Athletic Director, was honored at C: coffee hour given by the Athletic Association. With Mrs. Peshmalyan are Elaine Daniels and Kathleen Perry. ,t ,e , 7 ' -4 November . , . ' Fall Plays: 'The Nightingale and The Rose" . . . . t'The Ugly Duckling" The Loewenguth String Quartet of Paris presented 0 program of classical and modern selections. These "Four Greats" have performed around the world, and have an international repu- tation as one of the most impressive chamber music ensembles. One of the highlights for the Sopho- more Class is the "Soph Hop". rDecember ' ; g: 4 , ' , 3 .n, "The Cotillion" in the Hartford Ballroom of the Statler Hotel, Hartford Senior Class Presentation: "Cyrano De Bergerac" This presentation won the First Award with Nilindo San Filippo chosen for Best Actress for her portrayal of Roxanne. Speakers Major Marguerite Daugherty and Captain Alice Lawler, met with the Armies and told them about the W'omen's Army Corps. Baroness Von Guttenberg spoke to us on "Divided Germany" and highlighted her tcdk with personal experiences. Walter I. an, SJ. F a t h e r O n g, scholar, author and professor, lectured on "Christianity -1 Post, P r e s e n t Miss Shirley Laird, nursery school teacher at the Mystic School for the Deaf, demonstrated classroom procedures. cmd Future". Febmawy ' . -, - Iunior Prom Queen '61 Katherine Hand, being crowned by Marilyn Monzeglio, Queen of '60. A violin and piano concert was pre- sented this year in commemoration of Lithuanian Independence Day. 7 I'Mrch anrI-n Freshman Class Presentation: "The-Will-Of-The-Wisp" Sophomore Class Presentation: "The Satin Slipper" anmh Junior Class Presentation: "The Land of Heart's Desire" The Dramatic Club presented "The Juggler of Notre Dame" during the Christmas Season. ' gt 3?. - u , I w; 3.3;?1 er u- rye. ail: tigg'aft. w V . Hptril SYLVAN BELLES The Sylvan Belles is or special singing group on campus. Through their successful and enthusiastic musical efforts; Annhurst College has become well-known in New England, New York City and Washington, D. C. We are proud and grateful to the Sylvan Belles for their achievements in music on and off campus. Pictured here are the Sylvan Belles with the Paks of Holy Cross College. Rowland Meyers E ,. t ; - , L t. t' Rowland Meyers, who Spoke to i t .k M . A t L . us on the "Romance of Words". William Stockdcde, well-known author, traveler and lecturer. 122311101ra ble Scemeg u fr The school library provides an atmosphere conductive to study and research. 1. Here, Patricia Iamrogowicz, a practice teacher, delivers om informal lecture to a group of interested students. Students gather in the Reading Room to discuss assignments and prepare for classes. The Coffee Shoppe in the school building offers c1 relaxed atmosphere where students can sit back and enjoy c1 cup of cof- fee and informal chats. Shown here are just a few of the articles that may be pur- chased in the college bookstore. This little alcove is undoubt- edly one of the most popular places on campus. 1". x 3,VPICTURES TAKEN AT THE SENIORS ANNUAL RETREAT HELD AT THE IMMACULATE RETREAT HOUSE WILLIMANTIC, CONNECTICUT Students from abroad who studied at Annhurst this year are: M. Teresa Retes, Mexico; Gretel Vallarino, Panama; Christina Shyu, China; Laura de Muniz, Mexico; Ruth Chiang, China; Rita Moreno, Panama; Maria Clement, Panama; Gilma Ramos, Puerto Rico. On their way to skate are Roberta Lacey, Patricia Perriello cmd Bernadette Messier. ZO 4 nCUm r n mKIv Tm gjitcrttitudc The Class ot 1962 wishes to express its appreciation and gratitude to: Our parents who have made these past four years at Annhurst possible. The Faculty and Administration Whose untirinq efforts have contributed to our entire education. The Sisters and their helpers in the dining room, kitchen, and coffee shoppe tor the many delicious meals and snacks served us. The custodians for their assistance in maintaining the campus and dormi- tories and for helping in our many class projects. Sister St. Wilfrid for all her patient help and advice in compiling this volume of the SYLVAN. All our patrons and friends whose generous contributions made this issue possible. Morin Studios, Webster, Massachusetts, for our individual photographs and group and club photography. The Century Press of Worcester, Massachusetts, the printers of the SYLVAN. U2 1c1ezymol14ate ghrectory 1UNIORS Audra Antanaiiis ............................................................ 77 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn 37, NY. Patricia Barone ...................................................................... 585 Prospect Street, Methuen, Mass. Joan Beck ......................... Storrs Plain Road, Dcmbury, Conn. Iosette B1ein .............. V ..................................................... 10 New Street, Ridgefield, Conn. Dorothy Cilicno .............................................................. . 22 Ore Street, Norwich, Conn. Elaine Daniels .................................................................... N 42 Dunbar Street, New Bedford, Mass. Paula Delmonte .................................................................................. Crcmce Avenue, Norwich, Conn. Dawn Domieka ............................................................ 275 Soundview Avenue, Fairfield, Conn. Faith Friedman ............................................................................................. 84 Hoyt's Hill, Bethel, Conn. Barbara Hamel .. .......................... North Grosvenordcde, Conn. Anita Hart .................................................... 79 Pine Grove Drive, Pittsfield, Mass. Viviane Heneault ......................................... 476 Dulude Avenue, Woonsocket, R. 1. Suzanne Iacques ............................................................... 8 Kernwood Heights, Beverly, Mass. Valerie Kulesza ........................................................................................... R. F. D. 9H, Norwich, Conn. A1dona Kurapkct ................................................................................ 131 Inslee Place, Elizabeth, N. J. Roberta Lacey ........................................................ 444 Montauk Avenue, New London, Conn. Christine Lamoureux .1 ..................... 535 Park Avenue, Woonsoc'ket, R. 1. Mary Langer .................................... 1 ..................... 3 8 Westwood Parkway, Southbridge, Mass. Susan Lewis ........................................................... 136 Pomeroy Avenue, Pittsfield, Mass. Simonne Lavallee ............................................................................... South Street, Dcmielson, Conn. Beth McNally ............................................................................. 77 Brewster Road, Scarsda1e, N. Y. Mary Mayo .................................................................................. 2 Poulin Drive, Quinebcxug, Conn. Carol Macuga ........................................ . ................................ 62 Lens Street, Southbridge, Mass. Bernadette Messier .. 15 Chand1er Street, East Hartford, Conn. Margaret Martin ..................................................................................... Box 75, R. F. D., Baltic, Conn. Judith Mirliotni, ......................................................... 102 Blue Hills Road, Amherst, Moss. Karen Moran ................................................................... 305 Atwood Street, Waterbury, Conn. Marlene Mu11er ................................................ 25 Walden Avenue, New London, Conn. Genevieve Nutctutas .................................... 84-11 96th Street Woodhaven, New York Jacqueline Oliveirq .............................................. 215 Columbia Street, Fall River, Mass. Patricia Perrie1lo ................................. 141 Chestnut Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. Kath1een Perry ........................ 129 East Cogqeshczll Street, North Fairhaven, Mass. Frances Pisani ............................................ 12 Mead Avenue, Riverdale, New Iersey Corriene Przech ................................................................................... Gale Avenue, Meriden, Conn. Mary Rivard .................................................................... 54 Gamwell Avenue, Pittsfield, Mass. Mary E11en Ryan ....................................... 9 South Ledyard Street, New London, Conn. Frances Ske11y ................................................................... RFD. :f.f:1, West Willington, Conn. Milda Skuccxs ................. 24 Sycamore Avenue, Plainfield, N. I. Carol Stearns ....... . .................. 37 Green Avenue, Jewett City, Conn. Thuan thi Bich Vuong ................... 338 Ba, Hat Street, Cho1on, Vietnam Lucettq Zinni ......................................... 57 Cherry H111 Rood, Johnston, Rhode Island 100 , nakf; .' " -131 ' f f. .. 1;. SOPHOMORES Evelyn Antos ................................... . ........................... : 129 Lake Street, Webster, Mass. Jacqueline Assmar ........... 89 North Main Street, Jewett City, Conn. ....................... 12 Emma Road, East Haven, Conn. ................. 122 South Street, Hartford, Conn. .................. 93A Loomis Drive, West Hartford, Conn. ............................ RWFD 4tl,Dc1yville,Conn. Sylvia Breqult .................... Diana Brookbcmks .. Alana Brosrnith ..... Colleen Brown ...... Denis Buckmcm ..................... 70-85th Street, Brooklyn, New York Irene Calado ............ 153 BelleviHe Avenue, New Bedford,, Mass. Jane Carubict ..................................................... 97 East Iohn Street, Lindenhurst, New York Doris Champagne ..................................................... . 116 Hobart Street, Meriden, Conn. 69- 20 78th Street, Middle Village 79, New York Sheila Corcorcm ........................ 165 Greenbrictr Road,Mer1den,Conn Kathleen Dalton 49 Rumford Street, West Hartford, Conn. Ann DeBonville ................................................. 235 Mechanic Street, Leominster, Mass. Mary Delaney .................................................. 1128 West Main Sireet Waterbury, Conn. Anna Mote DeAngelis ............ . 228 Hillside Road, Southbridge, Moss. Dorothea Domijcm ................................. 38 Nash Street, New Britain, Conn. Carmelic: Duponte H .. 48 Washington Street, New Bedford, Mass. Louise Dupre ........................................................ . 32 Burritt Avenue, So. Norwalk, Conn. Adelaide D'Urso ............................................... 875 Townsend Avenue, New Haven, Conn. Eleanor Ericson V. ............................. 79 Woodstock Avenue, Putnam, Conn. Carol Feo1a ........................ 5 Seventh Street, Waterbury, Conn. M. Bernyce Fortier . 1077 Washington Street, Holliston, Mass. Marie Gugliardi ........................................................................ 240 Benhctm Street, Hamden, Conn. Elaine Gagnon ........................................................... 18 Reynolds Street, Danielson, Conn. Patricia Gauthier 1 ............................................... South woodstock, Conn. Susan Gazeleh ....... 8021 Colonial Road, Brooklyn, New York Ioonne Hart ........................................... 820 Elm Street, New Haven, Conn. Mary Ellen Hartiqctn 1. ..... Route 20, New Lebanon Centre, New York Mary Lynn once .................... 1100 Carll Drive, Bayshore, New York Regina Kucincts ........................ 71 Glendale Street, Brockton, Mass. Aldona Kvietkauskas . ............................. 71 Glendale Street, Brockton, Mass. Joan McCarthy ................. .. 195 Bay 34th Street, Brooklyn 14, New York Nancy McVey ........... 78 Wappcmocccx Avenue Rye, New York Patricia Mongan ............... 203 Bay Avenue, Hicksville, New York Kathleen Meehcm ........... 17 Kenwood Avenue, Worcester, Mass Celeste Michalski ............... 358 llth Street, Brooklyn, New York Marie Mirlicmi ....................... 102 Blue Hills Road, Amherst, Mass. Maureen Muqavin ...... . 38-13 Union Street, Flushing 54, New York Mureen Murphy ......... . ....... 1700 Hertel Avenue, Buffalo, New York Elaine Nadecxu ........................................ 353 Water Street, Leominster, Mass. Noreen Nunn ..... .1 1404 North George Street, Home New York Mary C. O'Neill ...... 122 Iefferson Avenue, New London, Conn Sandra Palaimq ..................................................... 84 Concord Road, Manchester, Conn. Marie Elaine Parent . 784 North Woodstock Road, Southbridge, Mass. Regina Chepulis ........ Dorothy Pepin .................... 1 ....... 78 East Main Street, Iewett City, Conn. Linda Peterson .. 600 East 21 Street, Brooklyn 26, New York BrunCI Piccin ................................................................. . 121 South Street, Willimantic, Conn. 101 Margaret Piekarski ........................................................... Brookside Road, Orange, Conn. Marion Postemski .............. 121 Sunny H111 Drive, Southbridge, Mass. Rita Provencal .............................................................................. 3 North Street, Danielson, Conn. Mary Ellen Quinlan .............................................. 240 Lombard Street, New Haven, Conn. Diane quke ................................................................. White Avenue! Midd1ebury, Conn. Jocelyn Ramella ,65 White Parkway, North Smithfield, Rhode 151and Anne Salvas ................................................... 375 Church Street, Putnam, Conn. Pauline Salvas ............................................................................ Box 33, South Woodstock, Conn. Christina Shyu ........................ 617 Hamlin Street, NE, Apt. 2, Washington 17, DC. Mary Slowey ................................... 26 Henshqw Avenue, Springfield, New Jersey Stephany Stefani . Barbara Sujdak ..... Leonie Sullivan .............................. Ursula Szydlik ................................ Elaine Urban ................. Rosemary Waldron Mary Ann Williams Marie Zottoh ..................................... Carol Abbatello ......................... Celine Allard ............. Melinda Lee Adler Theodora Baird ................................ Iocm Barlow ................................... Bernice Barnaby ......... Jeannine Beaudoin ....... Joanne Bielaski .............. . Agnes Bouthilher .................... Judith Brochu . Constance Brodeur ,, 10cm Cameron ............... Colleen Campbell ..... Ann Marie Chartier ...... Ruth Chicmq ........................................ Mario: del Pi1c1r Clement 1111 Davidson .............................. Suzanne D'Avignon Louise d'Urso ................. Westa De1c1gi Karen Eckelman Helen Fiore ........... Louise Flavin ............ Mary Ellen Foley ....... Geraldine Fragola Patricia Frank .......... Carole Fuller Sandra A. G111 ............................ ............. 612 23rd Street, Union City, New Jersey . 25 Slater Street, Webster, Mass. ................. 62 Larr'le Street, South Hadley Fodls, Mass. .......... 385 Hamilton Street, Southbridqe, Mass. ............. 170 Rockland Street, Fall River, Mass. ..................... Chapman Beach, Westbrook, Conn. 105 Cedar Grove Avenue, New London, Conn. ........................... 115 Hope Hill Road, Wallingford, Conn. FRESHMEN ..................... . 61 Westminster Street, chmden, Conn. ........ 54 Highland Street, Southbridge, Mass. ................ 7510 S. W. Alden, Portland, Oregon ............................................. 238 Stiles Street, Elizabeth, N. I. ....................................... 172 Fiske Street, Waterbury, Conn. .. ......... 124 Forest Street, Fall River, Mass. .............. 14 Vezina Avenue, Leominster, Mass. .. 213 Brandegee Avenue, Groton, Conn. .................................... A11en H111 Road, Brooklyn, Conn. 123 Edgewood Avenue, Longmeadow, Mass. .......................... 43 H011 Street, West Warwick, R. I. 555 Wo1cott H111, Wethersfield, Conn. 6813 Terry Drive, Springfield, Virginia .................................. 40 Morin Avenue, Danielson, Conn. 308 Prince Edward Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong ............. 85 Street 457542, Box 8166, Panama, Panama .................... 93 Deerpath, Roselyn Heights, N. Y. .......... 75 Cqumbus Street, Manchester, Conn. .. . 875 Townsend Avenue, New Haven, Conn. .............. 73 Heatherdell Road, Ardsley, N. Y. ............ 6 Columbia Roctd, Ardsley, N. Y. 219 Schrade Roadl BriarcliH, N. Y. OARMA, APO 794, New York, N. Y. ....... 2 Ambor P1ace, Bernardsville, N. 1. 6 Laure1 Glen Road, Quaker Hill, Conn. ....... 1038 Alwick Avenue, West Islip, N. Y. ......... 178 Haynes Avenue, Groton, Conn. .................................... Canterbury Green, Canterbury, Conn. '15 x - 1 , Sheila Gilman .................................................. 1 ............... 88 Cooper Road, Warwick, R. 1. Georgette Goettelmcmn .......................... Cedar Swamp Road, Brookfield, N. Y. Patricia Guerin ............................... Prospect Street, Plantsville, Conn. Rita Guman .................................................................................... 746 Park Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Elaine Harper ............................................................................................ R. F. D. 4H, Putnam, Conn. Patricia Hawkins R. F. D. 41, Mansfield Center, Conn. Sharon Hickock ......................... Quarters 11, Fort Hancock, N. I. Ehzcxbeth Howe 32 Prospect Street, Huntington, N. Y. Susan Iocobson .................................................................... Toddy Hill Road, Sandy Hook, Conn. Lucille Iuralewicz .......................................................... 192 Norfolk Road, Torrington, Conn. Claire Kelly ............................................................... Box 13, Pomfret, Conn. Corrinne K1ett .................. 85 Dennis Drive, New Britain, Conn. Mary Lou Kressaly . ........ 76 Lakeside Avenue, Haskell, N. 1. Jeanne LaFrance ..................................................................... 207 West Street, Bristol, Conn. Nancy Langevin . .................................... Shepard Road, R. F. D. $41, Sturbridge, Mass. Judith Lanqlois ........................ 791 Dennison Drive, Southbridge, Mass. Barbara LaPorta ........ 34 Rockledge Drive, Waterbury, Conn. Daryl Lee ........................... 95 Talcott Avenue, Rockville, Conn. Anne Lombardi .......................................................................... 4 Willow Avenue, Huntington, N . Y. Elaine Ludwig ................................................. 359 So. Quaker Lane, West Hartford, Conn. Diane McGinley ..................... 229 Vree1c1nd Avenue, Nutley, N . 1. Claire Maloney ..... 126 Beverly Road, Wethersfield, Conn. Eleanor Martin ................... R. F. D. 41H, Box 183, Baltic, Conn. Laima Miknius . ....................................................................... 7 Erlin Place, New London, Conn. Marjorie Mirliani . .............................................................. 102 Blue Hills Road, Amherst, Mass. Rita Moreno ..................... K S1reet, E1 Congrejo, Panama, Pcmcxmct Laura de Muniz .. .. Iusto Sierra 41110, San Luis Potosi, Mexico Gina Muzzi .......................... 15 Mahan Street, New London, Conn. Ioctn Natali .. V ....................................................................... 195 Mayfair Road, Fairfield, Conn. Grace Pacinella ........................ V ............................ 7-02 Soddle River Road, Fairlawn, N. I. Alder Petrarcct .......... .. 14 Maywood Drive, West Warwick, R. 1. Elizabeth Potkczy . ........... 644 Oak Street, East Hartford, Conn. Iccm Reardon ............ ...................... 21 Rock Hill Road, New Haven, Conn. Elaine Renzetti ,, 274 Connecticut Avenue, New London, Conn. M. Teresa Retes ............................... Avenue V,Correnzc1 1710, San Luis Potos1,Mexico 32 Bridle Path Road, Spr1ng11e1d, Mass. C1c1re Reynolds ,,,,, 10 Mdrshmcxllow Road, Normandy Beach, N. I lean Richards ..... Ann Robinson ....................................... 58 Prospect Street, Huntington, N Y. Iudith Ann Ryan ................................................................... 17 Ioseph Street, Terryville, Conn. Iocmne Sapienzq ................................................. . .......... . 65-09 99th, Forest H1115 74', N. Y. Marsha Sauve . ,, 8 Richmond Street, Cheshire, Mass. Catherine Sfreddo ..... ,1 128 V2 Elm Street, Southbridge, Mass. Patricia Sheehy ............................... , ............................................ Box 442, Storrs, Conn. Diana Stifel ............................................................... 44 W11cox Street, New Britain, Conn. Virginia Totorcxitis ................................... Carrera 79 $441 3-4, Mede111n, Co1umb1a, S. A Gretel Vallarino ................ Calle A1berto Navarro, Box 1611, Panama, Panama Irene Wilmott .................................................. 11 Horseshoe Lane, Stamford, Conn. Brenda Woh1fort 110- 16 84th Avenue,R1chmond H111s 18, N Y. Clotilde Wright ......................................................... 754 Scotland Road, Apt. N- 6, Orange, N I. Mary Anne Young ..................................................... , Box 7, South Woodstock, Conn. 103 patrons The "Annhurst Woman" always sensitive to the generosity and benevolence of the "Sylvan" patrons wishes to express her deep appreciation to 1111 Who have contributed to this imporiont project of her senior year. 104 2 KAQE a 3gb ymwimvwwwrzxgeiwrmw gww WWMNKMM MwaXa??? 2i 2; am 9010! Star patrons Most Reverand Vincent J. Hines, DD. ................................................. Norwich, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Brown ....................................... North Attleboro, Massachusetts Mr. Robert F. Buckmcm ............................................................................................. Brooklyn, New York Mr. and Mrs. Casto L. Caiazza ........................................................ Middletown, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. August Fiore ................................................................................ Briarcliff, New York Mr. and Mrs. I. Victor Gagnon ............................................................... Danielson, Connecticut Monseignor Hugh A. Gallagher .......................................... New Bedford, Massachusetts Rt. Reverend James I. Gerrard, D.D., VG. ................. New Bedford, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hand ..................................................... West Warwick, Rhode Island Mr. Leo Kaczmarski ............................................................................................. Meriden, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. George S. LOPerche ............................................. Edgewood, Rhode Island Mr. and Mrs. Rockford Lavoie ................................................ Southbridqe, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. LiVecchi ............................................................ Brooklyn, New York Mr. and Mrs. Lauritz Londahl-Smidt .................................... West Hampton, New York Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. McNally ............................................................... Scarsdale, New York Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Manero ................................................... Wolthctm, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Martella ................................................... Peace Dale, Rhode Island Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meehcm ................................................... Worcester, Massachusetts Dr. and Mrs. Albert Menard ...................................................... Leominster, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pimental ................................................... Cumberland, Rhode Island Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reynolds ............................................... Springfield, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruszenas ............................................... Norwich, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Philip Scm Filippo ............................................................ Brooklyn, New York Mr. and Mrs. Albert Soldani ...................................................... Southbridqe, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stulginski ...... Waterbury, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Ioseph Sujdak ................................................................. Webster, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Iohn B. Whalen ................................................... North Tarrytown, New York Rt. Reverend Monseignor Iohn P. Wodarski .. ........ New Britain, Connecticut Annhurst Student Government ................................................................................. 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Silver 8th patrons Mr. Peter Carolcm ................................................................................................. Waterbury, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. John Carubia ............................................................................ Lindenhurst, New York Reverend Arthur G. Considine ........................................ South Dartmouth, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Delaney .................................................... Waterbury, Connecticut Reverend Henry I. Dzictdosz, LCD. .................. Norwich, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. James Garrity ............................................................... . Chicopee, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hawkins ............................................. Mansfield Center, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Iakelaitis ............................................................ Woodhaven, New York Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lupoli .................................................................. Valley Stream, New York Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mcsin .................................................. South Woodstock, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Veneslcxs Michalski ................................................................ Brooklyn! New York Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. Narbin ................................................... Northampton, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ouimet .................................................. New Bedford, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Irmo Pia .V Rocky Hill, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Edward Quinlan ...................................................... New Haven, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rogers ...................................................................... Waterbury, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Wesgcm .......................................................... Uxbridge, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilmott ......................................................................... Stamford, Connecticut Napoleon A. Keroachk, Inc. ........................................................................... Putnam, Connecticut Pevner's Drug Store, Inc. . .................................... e ........................................ Putnam, Connecticut Sophomore Class .............................................................................................................. Annhurst College 107 patrons Mrs. Helen Trikerioti Alexander '61 ......................................................... Long Island, New York Mr. and Mrs. Louis Allard ....................... . Southbridge, Massachusetts Mrs. Leonard Beausoleil .............................. Putnam, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beck .................. Danbury, Connecticut Mrs. Evelyn Blanchard ........... . Southbridge, Massachusetts Miss Sylvia Blein .............................................. Ridgefield, Connecticut Miss Madeleine Branchaud '59 ..... Woonsocket, Rhode Island Mrs. Maureen Connors Byrnes '59 .. ............. New York, New York Dr. and Mrs. Gerard Chortier ....................... Danielson, Connecticut Reverend Valdemaris Cukuras, Ph. . ..... Middletown, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Edward Czechowski ........ Wollingford, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Gerard D'Avignon .................. Manchester, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Roland DeBonville ,, Leominster, Massachusetts Dr. and Mrs. Edward Delagi ....................... Ardsley, New York Mr. and Mrs. Paul Delmonte ............. Norwich, Connecticut Mr. ctnd Mrs. I. Edward Dery ...... Pittsfield, Massachusetts Mr. Nicholas Dizozza ................................... Long Island, New York Reverend Lawrence Doucette .............. New Haven, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duponte .. New Bedford, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Eckelmcm ........................ Ardsley, New York Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Fisher .............................. Putnam, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flanagan .. West Warwick, Rhode Islcmd Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fragola ................... Quaker H111, Connecticut Miss Nancy Frassinelli '60 ............................... Stafford Springs, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hamel .......... North Grosvenordale, Connecticut Miss Dolores Hebert '61 .................................... . Grosvenordale, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Roland Heneault .. . .................... Woonsocket, Rhode Island Mr. and Mrs. John Iamrogowicz .. .. North Grosvenordale, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. William I. Joyce .................... . ...... Bayshore, New York Mr. Herve LaFrance .................................................... Bristol, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Pctul Lctfreniere ............................. Middlebury, Connecticut Mrs. Marilyn Monzeglio Lamson '61 e ...... Glastonbury, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Daniel LaPortcx ................................... Waterbury, Connecticut Mrs. Pearl Lavallee ............................... ............. Danielson, Connecticut Miss Christine Lavoie .............................. Southbridge, Massachusetts Miss Constance Lavoie . .............. Southbridge, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Odilon Lavoie ...... Southbridge, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Oscar LeBoeuf ............. . Webster, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lombardi ..................... Huntington, New York Reverend William Lucy ................................... Uxbridge, Massachusetts Mr. Peter Lupoli .............................. .. Valley Stream, New York Mr. and Mrs. J. McGinley .............................. Nutley, New Jersey Mrs. Camilla Reedy Mafale '60 ........ . .6 Bristol, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moran .............................. Waterbury, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. John Mowry ................................... Providence, Rhode Island Mr. and Mrs. Earl Murphy ................... .. Buffalo, New York Mr. and Mrs. Rosario Normandin . Southbridge, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nunn ................................................................................. Rome, New York Miss Barbara A. Onder '61 ........................................................................... Bridgeport, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pacinella ........ Fairlawn, New Jersey Mr. and Mrs. Albert Petersen .......................... Brooklyn, New York Mr. and Mrs. Al Petrarca ............................................................... West Warwick, Rhode Island Mrs. Madeleine Pia ................................................................................................ Berlin, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. I. Bruno Piccin Willimantic, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Charles Piscmi A ...... Riverdale, New Iersey Mr. and Mrs. Leon RCIbitor ............................... Uxbridge, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rabitor ................................................ . South Uxbridqe, Massachusetts Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Ramella ........................................................ North Smithfield, Rhode Islcmd Mr. and Mrs. William Renzetti ,,,,,,, New London, Connecticut Dr. and Mrs. Zigmas Sabotaitis ............................ Cleveland, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Umbert Sfreddo ......... . Southbridge, Massachusetts M1: and Mrs. Iohn Sileikis ......................................................................... Woodhaven, New York Mr. and Mrs. Francis Skelly ....................................................... . West Willington, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. John Smith .................................. .. Putnam, Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. William Stefani ................. . .. ...... Union City, New Jersey Mr. and Mrs Vitcts Stravinskcxs ....... . Chicago,111inois Mr. and Mrs.Wa1ter Szydlik ................................................ . ,,,,, Southbridge, Massachusetts Mrs. Lorena G.Tetreau1t ............................................................................. Putnam, Connecticut Mrs. Mary Thomas ............................................... Norwich, Connecticut Dr. and Mrs. Wilson Wallis South Woodstock, Connecticut Mr. John Wesgcm ........................................ Uxbridge, Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young ........................................................... South Woodstock, Connecticut Biology Club ................................................................................................................................ Annhurst College Bookstore ............... Annhurst College Business Club 1. Annhurst College Coffee Shoppe ................ Annhurst College Dramatic Club ..................................................................................................................... Annhurst College Dainqvq Club .............................................................................................................. Annhurst College Epsilon Delta .............. 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