Aquinas Institute - Arete Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

 - Class of 1948

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 Humbly we dedicate-‘ ‘ We have loved him in life..? let us not forget him in death His life was simple, yet sublime, dedicated to form Christ within our hearts, while his adventure consisted in transferring to us divine truths that he had so admirably contemplated. His infectious humor horn of peace with Cod taught us how to think and act as a Catholic student should. To the world, he was unknown. Only we privileged ones saw his sacrifice, sincerity and magnanimity and are his only wishcd-for reward “epistles written on his heart.” Tears fall for the first Kasilian to die at Aquinas. Gratitude swells for this consecrated “Other Christ” who spent himself unselfishly in the best interests of the diocese of Rochester. In his English classes he presented his material with wit, clarity and practicality. With his three vows of poverty, chastity and obedience, he buried himself, hut only to rise sublime and immortal in Aquinas Hall of Fame. The Senior class desires to enshrine Father Dolan by dedicating to his name this 1918 Annual.ffllTOi ■PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY ADMINISTRATION FACULTY graduates •UNDERC LASS MEN - activities athle T CS advertisers Under the patronage of— Thomas of qitin, teacher, doctor, philosopher and saint, the Aquinas Institute of liochester stands a beacon of Catholic living and secondary education. Creeled by the Catholic clergy and people of Ho-chester. the Institute has traditions deep-rooted in time and American ideals. The Aquinas Institute represents the blossoming of Catholic secondary educational facilities for boys, originally nurtured at the old Cathedral High School. Aquinas opened its doors for the first time on September the eighth, nineteen hundred and twenty - five, and hoasteil an enrollment of eight hundred and forty-six students. The very Reverend Thomas Hickey, then Rishop of Rochester and patron of the new project, appointed Rev. Win. Byrne, Ph.D. its first principal. Time saw’ Father Byrne succeeded hy Rt. Rev. Monsignor Joseph Grady. Both Msgr. Grady as principal anil Rev. 5 | 1 HOMA£ AQUINAS Joseph Wurzer as Director of Studies laid fast and deep the academic standards of Aquinas. In nineteen hundred and thirty-seven the Basiliau Fathers first came to Rochester. Aquinas had its first Basilian principle in Father John II. O’Loane, C.S.B. Our present principal. Father William Duggan, C.S.B. succeeded Father O’Loane in September, nineteen hundred and forty-three. Father Wilfred Murphy, C.S.B. and Fr. McC »ee, C.S.B. shouldered the academic administration during these years. Under our present Bishop, James E. Kearney, "Rochester’s Bishop of Education,” the Aquinas Institute has expanded and flourished. September, nineteen hundred and forty-six saw the opening of the Aquinas Freshmen Annex designed to house the ever increasing student body. This year there are over 1,725 Aquinas students, staffed by 70 trained teachers numbering Ba- 9Fr. Carter tella hit claim about tome of the finer points of Plane Geometry. silians, Diocesan Priests, Sisters of Mercy and Catholic laymen and women. Sisters Stella, Raphael and Brendan have been associated with the Institute since its inception in 1925. Fathers Wilfred Kehoe, Hugh Haffev, Fergus Shee-hy and Oscar Regan are the Hasil-ian’s pioneers still on the staff. The Scholastic Year of 1916-17 saw 317 graduates leave Aquinas, all with New York State Regents diplomas. The number of graduates in 1947-48 is an all time high of 363. The whole student body taxes the Institutes capacity of 1725 students. Aquinas boasts of activity facili- ties. Spacious modern buildings surrounded by ample acreage house Aquinas students. The library holds 8,000 volumes; the auditorium seats 1,200 and the cafeteria is equipped to take care of the entire student body and staff. The gymnasium and multiple recreational facilities have long been taken for granted. The Aquinas Institute represents the tangible evidence, the practical attempt to work out the Christian ideals of education. Inspired by the motto of the Basilians, "Teach me Goodness, Discipline and Knowledge,” the staff is ever pressing toward this threefold end. The 10Christian religion and its principles for living are ever before the student. not as another subject taught on an academic curriculum, hut as the force behind the teaching of the arts and sciences, permeating the disciplinary and academic life of the student. Aquinas aims first to teach our young men how to live. The school is seen not as a transition between family and industry, or the professions, not as a preparation for a life to be lived after graduation; hut as a school of living here and now, that has its roots in eternity. Fr. Donovan explains the my ' terics of higbcr mathematics. Fr. Kehoe's lecturing on Physic produces varied expressions on the faces of his class. Three sophomores fight for possession of the ball in a Physical Training class. Mr. Melody takes a rest and lets one of the boys try his hand at teaching Health.a RY oance: Aquinas men celebrate a victorious foothull wawtn at the Victory Dance. Seniors learn from Fr. Regan the Christian attitude on marriage.The word "Life” and "Living” are the inqiortant keynotes in the understanding of Aquinas. Built around an Academic standard second to none in New York State, extracurricular activities, extensive enough to appeal to every student and to develop all the faculties of each, are the life-blood of the Institute. It is an attempt to make the business of living synonymous with the joy of living. And this joy of living is made possible by the indoctrination of the teachings of Christ, the Christian principles of jo ful living. For it is the conviction of the Christian Kducalors of Aquinas. that "the happ life” and "the useful life” are made possible only b living the "Christian life.” Indeed. The Aquinas Institute boasts of its greatest Staff-Member, and greatest Teacher. Jesus Christ. Such is The Aquinas Institute of Rochester, the embodiment of the ideals of Christian F.ducation. The Graduates of 18 are prom! of and will cherish their Alma Mater and the principles for which she stands. Vie know that in the years to come, w hen the graduates are scattered among varied pursuits, this yearbook and Annual Publication will serve of a reminder of all their Alma Mater has meant to them. e hojK it shall refresh and revivify the principles for which she stands, and provoke memories of what she has taught. Bishop Kearney addresses Aquinas at the Sodality reception. Alma Mater Thou place of reverie. Praise we ami uphold thee. In retrospection we see thy intention. To always strive for That which we were made for. Aquinas evermore. Dear Mma Mater. May you in all hours Be the outstanding. Be the one commanding; And of those striving Be the one surviving. Triumphant over all.Aquinas boy DO study. Herr is one absorbing some VI or Id History. Home Hoorn 323 led in tbe missions roller!ions at tbr middle of tbe year with a total of $ n u +1': i yM!l To you. Dear Header, may we introduce our Senior Class President, I'homas Falk. In his position. Tom occupies a unique spot in the hearts of the Senior classmen. To him. Our President, we gladly delegate the honor of showing you through the school vear of 1917- 18. I)o not be surprised that you do not find him in a school setting. It seems only right that you gather at Tom's home, and with the members of his family listen to Tom as he recounts the school life at the Aquinas Institute. Vie say that it seems only right that we find ourselves in a student's home, because there we should ex pec to find the sympathy and interest we hope to find in you. Dear Header, as you turn these pages. For where is.there more interest, where more care, where more love for us students, than in our homes! Home and School; our fathers and mothers, sisters and brothers, and our teachers have converged, each seconding the other, in making possible our education. To us of the Senior ('lass the two are inseparable! Dear Header, we give you our Class President. Thomas Falk! May you share the interest of his family as he turns the pages of this pictorial witness to the life at Aquinas, in the year of Our lx rd, nineteen hundred anil forty-eight. In your charity, we beg a prayer that we of the Senior Class may approach nearer the ideals of Our Institute in Coodness, Discipline anil knowledge . . . •‘Credo quiilqiiid dixit Dei Films!"Zke Administration A'n tA . v. yw. Vu v • • X«V A-vA -s isZhe Most Reverend fames S. Kearney. D. 'D. His hop of Rochester 15Fr. Duggan, priest, principal, counsellor, friend, has directed our feet along the way to God, helping us through the years as awed freshmen, egotistical sophomores, sage juniors, and sedate seniors. Because of his untiring efforts,scintillating humor.and adroit guidance, we have cherished each year with him. We consider him not as the stolid principal but as the John Bosco of Aquinas. No greater friend of boys can be found than this Man of God who has dedicated his life to Youth. The greatest loss to he experienced by the class of ’48 will he to lose the companionship of him who has understood our problems, helped us in time of need, and defended us in time of trouble. Our greatest gain will he the assurance that under his firm but friendly guiding hand, we have, in the past four years, been trained to go into the world as stalwart Catholics, to spread the cause of Christ in whatever vocation we choose. We cannot express in words our sincere gratitude to him who has in every possible w ay enabled us to "advance in wisdom, and age, and grace before God and men.”Rev. William fj. 'Duggan. C.S.R. ZX. 5S3 President of AquinasAdministrative The Reverend WILFRID M. KEHOE, C.S.B Vice-President The Reverend CHARLES P. DONOVAN. C.S.B. 2nd Vice-President 18 The Reverend VINCENT C. ECKERT. C.S.B. Treasurer The Reverend JOHN MARTIN, C.S.B. Am I Director of Sludie The Reverend DONALD R. BENINCER. C.S.B. Prefect of DiaciplineMR. JOHN JANISSK. C.S.R. Secretary to Principal ... more Administrators■' V. «v § ' V 'V " • ryrWV . x-v - ■ §f SSSSSS SSEB3Bm Mr . M. Afflt-ck. R.N. Nnr»r Hr . C. F. Carter, C.S.B. Religion. M jI hr malic Itr . II. J. llafTcy , C.S.B. Chemistry. Public Speech. Sr. M. Ilildegarde. R.S.M. Religion. Social Studies Sr. Akkcm Catherine, S.S.J. Religion. English. Social Studies Hr . J. J. (Irowlry, C.S.B. Religion, Chemistry. Math. Hr . F. J. Crescoviuk. C.S.B. (irrman, English Sr. M. Alberta, K.S.M. Religion. English, I.T.B. Mr. L. Dolan Dramatic Mr. K. II. Guenther M u ic Me . A. Ilanna History, Public Speech. Mr. H. J. Ilaaenliauer M uric Her. ® . M. Kehoe, JJ. Religion. Phyaica Mr. K. J. Jeffery. C.S.B. Religion. Spanish Bey. C. O. Bergeron, C.S.B. Religion, History Hev. C. I . Donovan C.S.B. Religion, Math. Mr. M. B. Biondi. C.S.B. Religion. General Science. English Bey. V. C. Eckert, C.S.B. Mathematic Sr. M. Brenda n. S.S.J. Art Mr. J. I. Fraver Bua. I .aw. Bookkeeping 1Her. J. A. Malone, C.S.B. Religion. Kngliah. Guidance Rev. J. B. Meyer, C.S.B. library. Math. Sr. Marie Thereae. S.S.J. Religion. Kngliah Sr. M. Monica, K.S.M. Religion. English Mr. . F. McCarthy, Social Studies Mr. J. V. Moynihan. Mathematic Rev. P. J. Lewie. C.S.B. Religion. General Science Kev. T. R. MeGiliie. C.S.B. Religion, Math. Rev. A. P. Lococo. C.S.B. Religion. Latin Rev. J. R. McLaughlin, C.S.B. Religion. General Science Rev. A. R. Loohy, C.S.B. Religion. Iliatory Mr. V. J. Melody Religion, Health Rev. 1). J. Murphy Religion, Iliatory Rev. J. F. Onorato, C.S.B. Religion. Italian. Spaniah Rev. 4. O’Leary, C.S.B. Religion, Latin Rev. J. A. O'Reilly, C.S.B. Religion, Latin Rev. E. C. Pappert, C.S.B. Religion, English Sr. M. Paul, R.S.M. Religion. English. Latin Mr. J. A. Poluikia. C.S.B. Religion. Math.. Rev. W. O. Regan, C.S.B. Religion. English Rev. R. L. Prince, C.S.B. Religion. Latin, Business Mr. E. X. Ronan. C.S.B. English. Social Studies Sr. M. Raphael. R.S.M. Religion. French. L itin Rev. A. J. Shamon English. Latin, Religion The flying padre. Rev. W. Sltar|»e. C.S.B. Latin Rev. T. F. Slattery. C.S.B. Religion. History, Guidance Sr. M. Stanislaus, S.S.J. Religion. Math. Sr. M. Stella. R.S.M. Religion. English Sr. M. Succurau. R.S.M. Religion. Math. Mr. L. A. Sullivan Latin, Math.. Library Mr. J. E. Welling. C.S.B. Religion. Science Rev. J. I.. Willett. C.S.B. Math.. Science, Aviation Rev. VI. W. Wurxer Religion, Creek. HistoryOrchids to Mf. Selix The Senior Class presents orchids to Mr. Felix Hart in recognition of his twenty-two years of loval service at Aquinas. His friendly smile, his jovial manner and his kind help have endeared him to every student. A familiar sight in the main office Mr. Hart is always ready to assist, to advise, and to oblige. He has become indispensable—a hallmark at Aquinas. May this small bouquet he a token of the appreciation and gratitude of the Senior Class. 999 3 joio s J° f)VVII ...w»i»"'i«i" « ".• •" "‘"'i ,qs„ jnoi ...-.j P- »" «s |«F| |OU 1«»J| IB »«9 J,n »°U Jl mjii bii jno |»ubj« JH1 ,, M 1 •,,. mmr.I || oui jnq wtuilJtm J MOIt8 JflO p9lV|d JAtiM JIM» p«»l-ll . sFM| f l|rflt| UI|)U.) WJ HOU ||l 'S.MUflJ .MIIJO|l|. |Ml I? 'j.MJ') UM|JOS |Y |iijo| ijoBjnij pin? MjjirnlH 7 tn i.khIsii j J|Mills III |I.Nn .)A JH SJP.» | iA,r,l ooi|«r. np hoi| ujrj| || .iu WIiicm»| IKii)nil|»» jTf si? noil puy iwuiooj Mir u in by §uou,« •A ,. p.unMR.iu, Jno JO W|; 3 ‘ n n k L L n URobert II. Nowak I ice- Pres iden t Thomas C. Falk President John R. Haag Secretary Thomas R. Fitzpatrick Treasurer(Charles John Alaimo Joseph I honiuM Arieno Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Bowling Club 3, 4; Sodality 4; History Club 4; Chemistry Club 4. CLASS OF George S. Allen Aviation Club k Intramural Football 1; Senior Band 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Ping Pong Club 4. Kichard Thomas Alt Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Intramural Baseball 2, 3; Intramural Football 3; Spanish Club 3; Camera Club 3; Projector Club 3; Stage Crew 3; Sailing Club 4; Glee Club 4. Donald Joseph Bagiev Science Club 1; Intramural Basketball I; Art Club 2, 3; Aviation Club 3; History Club 4. Robert Baker Mission Unit 2; Bowling Club 2; Library Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Glee Club 3, 4; History Club Camera Club 4; Chemistry Club 4; Ping Pong Club 4; Arete Business Board 4. 26 Donald John Andrews Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Honor Roll 3. Joseph Frederick Baranowaki St. Thomas Club I, 2.FORTY-EIGHT Howard James Barclay Donald Arthur Brrens Honor Roll 1; Ping Pong Club 4; Golf Club i. William J. Beikirch Intramural Baseball 1, 2; Intramural Football 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3; Ski Club 2. 3; Spanish Club 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 3; Sailing Club 3. Bunion George Becker Honor Roll 1; Intramural Football 1; Aviation Club 1; Ping Pong Club 3; Discussion Club 3. Charles John Bauerschmidt Intramural Baseball 1; Bowling 1, 3, 4. John G. Mark wood St. Thomas Club 1; Intramural Baseball 1: Intramural Football 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Bowling Club 3, 4; Donald J. Bittner Student Council 1; Honor Roll 1, 2; Bowling Club 4. Ilarry John Best French Club I; Intramural Basketball 3. S7Richard Nelson Boehler St. Thomas Club I; Mission Bouts I; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Football I; Intramural Basketball I. 3; Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Richard Chester Brassie Honor Roll 1: Intramural Football 1; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Mission Bouts 2, 3, 4; Sodality 4; Chess Club 4; History Club 4; Ping Pong Club 4; Arete Business Board 4. Ilerliert Vincent Brennan Intramural Football 1; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling Club 1. 2, 4; Golf Club 2, 3. 4; Varsity Golf Team 3, 4; Sodality 4. Guido Vincent Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball I: Honor Roll I, 2; Italian Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4; Bowling Club 3, 4. Donald Arthur Bower Camera Club 3, 4; Projector Club 3, I. illiarn Joseph Brim Sodality 3, 4; Service Club I; German Club 4; Acolyte Club 4: Safety Patrol 4; Chemistry Club 4; St. Thomas Club 3. John Frederick Bridle Science Club 1; Bowling Club 1; Intramural Football 1, 2; Band I; Library Club 2, 3,; Archer Club 3; Glee Clul 3, 4; Golf Club 3, 4; History Club 4. CLASS OF £8Hay id Lee liroM n Honor Koll 1, 2; Intramural Football I, 2; Intramural Haseball I, 2; Intramural basketball 1, 2. 3; Camera Club 2, Projector Club 2, 3; Howling Club 3; German Club 3; Sodality 3, I; Sailing Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Stamp Club 4; Service Club 4; Arete lluiiiiifu Staff 4. John baptist Camardo Honor Koll I, 2; Variety Show I Italian Club I. 2, 3. 4; Camera Club 3 Projector Club 3; Glee Club 3, 4 History Club 4. John Francis Canepa Intramural Football I; Vamity Fool-ball 2; Italian Club 2, 3, 4: Howling Club 3, 4; Safely Patrol 4. Kohcrt F.mmett burgess Intramural basketball I; Intramural Football I; Howling Club 3; Glee Club 3, 4; 11 in lory (Hub 4. FORTY-EIGHT 29 Janie Patrick Hum St. Thomas Club 1; Camera Club I; Projector Club 1; Honor Koll 2. 3; Senior Hand 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Science Club 3; Sodality 3, 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Chemistry Club I. Ilarr Leonard Capadano, Jr. Intramural Football I; Intramural baseball 1; Intramural basketball 1. 2, 3; Hand I. 2. 3. 4; Howling Club 2. 3; Orchestra 2. 3. 4; Ski Club 2. 4; Ping Pong Club 3; Chemistry Club 4; Riding Club 4. Francis Anthony Huttaccio Science Club I; Italian Club 2, 3. 4; Stage Crew 2. 3. 4: Discussion Club 3; Glee Club 4; History- Club 4; Sodality 4. John W. Cappon Intramural baseball I: Varsity Football 2: Glee Club 4; Sailing Club 4: Ski Club 4: Cafeteria Committee 4: Stage Crew 4.Thomas Joseph ( urnn Projector Club I: Intramural Football I; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Mission I nit I, 3; Ski Club 2; Service Club 3; Glee Club 4; Liturgical Choir I. linger John Cattalani Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball I; Projector Club 3, 4; Italian Club 3, 4; Sodality 4: History Club 4. o o C: o A Bichard William Carpenter Honor Boll 2, 3: Sodality 4; Maroon and bite 4; Glee Club 4. Fdward F. Caufield Intramural Baseball I, 2; Intramural Basketball I, 2; Intramural Football 2; Band I, 2: Orchestra 3. c Frank James Carr Honor Boll 1; Science Club I; Intramural Baseball I; Spanish Club I, 2, 3: Intramural Football I, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3; Mission Bouts 1. 4; Band 3, 4; Ski Club 3. 4. George Mathew Christ French Club 3, 4; Service Club 4; Bowling Club I. 2, 3, 4: Hiding Club 3, 4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Mission Bouts I, 2, 3. 30 LASS OF Vito John laHumassimu Italian Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Varsity Football 3. 4; Basketball Manager 3. 4; Sodality 4; Glee Club I: Aquinader Staff 4 Fdward Thomas Christie Spanish Club 3; Service Club 3. FORTY - EIGHT William Henry dhrislie Spanish Club 3; Service Club 3. John Joseph Considine Honor Roll 1; Intramural Basketball I; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Baseball I; Reserve Basketball 2. 3; Maroon and White 2; History Club 4. Paul II. Contestable Safety Patrol 2; Intramural Sports 1. 3; Maroon and White 2, 3. 4; French Club 2, 3. 4; Library Club 2. 3, 4; Mission Bouts 2, 4: Mission L'nit 3: Mission Bout Committee 3: Camera Club 3, 4; Sodality 3, 4; Projector Club 4; Ping Pong Club 4; Chemistry Club 4; Assembly Committee 4. Joseph Cary Clemente Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball 1; Ski Club 2; Glee Club 3; Sodality 4; Camera Club 4; Projector Club 4. William Henry (dark Intramural Football I; Mission Bouts I, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Band 4. Thomas James Corbit Intramural Football 1: Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3. 4; Service Club 4; Ping Pong Club 4. Donald Mutt hew Cooke Ping Pong Club 4; Camera (dub 4; Projector Club 4: Riding (dub 1. SIWilliam llenry Corcoran Intramural Football 1; Howling Club 3; Glee Club 4; Hiding Club 4; Varsity Swimming Team 4. John II. Crerar Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Charles Frank Costanxa Intramural Football 1; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Mi -h ii I nil I. 2: Vrolvtr Club 2: Bowling ( lub 2; Italian Club 2, 3. 4; Ping Pong Club 3; History Club 4. George Tliomaa Croston Mission Bouts 2; Discussion Club 3; Library Club 3; Sodality 3, 4; Acolyte Club 4. Frank Sam Crapanzano Intramural Baseball I; Mission I nit I; Honor Boll I, 2; German Club 3, 4; Bowling Club 3, 4; Arete Businem Board 4. Michael Patrick Coyle Spanish Club 2; Mission Bouts 1; St. Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Thomas J. Crowley Glee Club 4; Stage Crew 4. James Joseph ( '.row ley Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 3; Sodality 4. CLASS OF 32Howard David Deane Projector Club 2; Bowling Club 1; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3; Intramural Baseball I: Miiwion Bouts 1, 2, 3, 4. James Joseph Cullen Service Club 3, Glee Club 3, 4; Litur-gical Choir 4; Sodality 4. William Quinton Decker French Club 3, 4; History Club 4; Sodality 4;Aviation Club I. FO KTY - EIGHT 33 John DcIluYilla Varsity Buscball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Student Council 3, 4; Mission Unit 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Arete Business Board. Joseph l.eo Davin French Club 3; Greek Club 4; Ping Pong Club 3, 4: Intramural Football 1; Honor Roll 1. Robert Michael De Mott History Club 4; French Club 2, 3; Intrafnural Basketball 1.Robert F. Drprrz German Club 2; Ping Pong Club 3, 4 Discussion Club 3: History Club 4 Golf Club 3, 4; St..Thomas Club I Arete Literary Staff 4. Sebastian Anthony DiPasquale Italian Club 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Baseball I. Joseph John Dell it is Camera Club 1, 2, 3; Projector Club I, 2; Chess Club 2, 3; Ping Pong 3. 4; Sodality 4: Mission Unit. Pasqnale Joseph I i Pcrna Italian Club 2, 3. 4; (rice Club 4; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1. 34 CLASS OF Lawrence Vincent DiBen .o Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural F'ootball 1, 2; Intramural Baseball I, 2; Senior Band 4; Orchestra 2. Joseph Anthony Dimino Glee Club V, Spanish Club 2; Italian Club 3; History Club 4; Chess Club 4 Intramural Football 1,2,3; Intramura Baseball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 1,2. 3, 4; Ping Pong Club 4. Alfred Fnininnucl Dixon Projector Club 2; History Club 4; Bowling Club 2; Ping Pong Club 3. Intramural Football 3; Intramura Basketball 2.FORTY-EIGHT John Edward Donnelly French Club 3; Sailing Club 4; Ski Club 4; Ping Pong Club 2; Intramural Football 1. George William Donadoni Chew Club 2, 3; History Club 4; German Club 4; Ping Pong Club 4; Golf Club 4; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Sodality 4; St. Thomas Club I, 2; Honor Roll 3; Mission Unit 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Maroon and White 4; Class Oratoricals 1, 2; Arete Business Hoard 4. John A. Doyle Spanish Club 3; History Club 4; Service Club 3; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1,3; Intramural Baseball 1. William John Doyle Projector Club 2; German Club 2; Intramural Football I; Intramural Basketball 1; St. Thomas Club I; Orchestra 3, 4; Band 3, 4. Joseph M. Donoghue History Club 4; French Club 4; Camera Club 4; Bowling Club 4. Louis W. Drons Ski Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Liturgical Choir 4; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball 1; Reserve Football 2, 3, 4; Mission Bouts 1, 4. Donald Patrick Doyle History Club 4; French Club 2, 3; Sodality 4; Maroon and W'hite 4; Honor Roll 1. Frederick Gordon Duffy Ski Club 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2; Golf Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Liturgical Choir 4; Sodality 4; Bowling Club I, 2; Sailing Club 3, 4; Intramural Basketball I; Intramural Baseball 1; Varsity Swimming Team 3; Maroon and White 3; Mission Unit 1, 2; Cafeteria Committee 4; Safety Patrol 4. 35Hubert M. Dugan Glee Club 3, 4; Mission Unit 3, 4; Ski Club 4; History Club 4; Sodality (Vice-Prefect) 4; Mission Bouts 1; Intramural Sports 1; Student Council 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Cafeteria Committee 2, 3, 4; Cheer leader 4; Assembly Committee 4; Aquinader 4; Inter-High Council 4; Safety Patrol 4. Augustus S. Falcone Italian Club I, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Projector Club 3, 4; History Club 4; Chemistry Club 4; St. Thomas Club I; Maroon and VI bite 2, 3, 4; Arete Literary Staff 4. F.ugene Frhin President of the Senior Class; Cafe teria Committee 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; ’Varsity Baseball 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club 3: Glee Club 3, 4; Assembly Committee 4. Thomus (Collins Falk Sislality 3, 4; Ski Club 3, Frencl Club 2, 3; Intramural Football I. Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3; Infra mural Baseball I; St. Thomas Clul I, 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Vari etv Show 3, 1; Inter High Council (President) 4. John Matthew Farrell Varsity Football I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Acolyte Club 2, 3; Sodality 3, 4; Aquinader Staff 4; Ping Pong Club 4. I Fugcnc Leonard Dziengiclewski Glee Club 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Cafeteria Committee 4; Sodality 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3. Thomas Patrick Dugan Camera Club 4; Projector Club 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Stamp Club 4; History Club 4; Sailing Club 4; Ski Club 4; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Baseball 1; Sodality 4; Honor Roll 3. Louis Anthony Falvo Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Projector Club 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; History Club 4; Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball 1; St. Thomas Club 1.Jack Arthur Fee Ski Club 3, I; Intramural Football and Basketball I; Intramural Baseball 2. Robert John Fern Mission I'nit 1; Rowling Club I, 4; Sodalitv I; German Club 4; Maroon and White 4. Robert James Fink French Club 2, 3, 4: Sodality 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4: Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1: Intramural Baseball 1; St. Thomas Club I, 2: Honor Roll 3; Maroon ami White 3, 4; Inter High Council 3, 4. GHT FOKTY-E1 Joseph | Feller Spanish Club 2; Glee Club 3. 4; Liturgical Choir 4; Service Club 4; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball 3. James Felt . Camera ('tub 1; Ski Club 2. 3; Riding Club 3; Bowling Club 3, 4; History Club 4: Stage Crew 4: Intramural Football. Basketball I. Richard John Finucane Spanish Club 3. 4; Band I. 2; Sodalitv 3; Honor Roll 1. Fred Stanley Ferkanin Chess Club I. 2; Service Club 3; Art Club 2, 3: Glee Club 4; Intramural Sports 1; Intramural Basketball 3. Thomas Raymond Fitzpatrick Treasurer of Senior Class; French Club 3; Assembly Committee 4; Intramural Football I; St. Thomas Club 1, 2; Honor Roll 3; Maroon and White 3, 4; Sodalit 4; Arete Business Board 4. IOF Arthur K i ar l Klorark Glee Club 3, 4; Gulf Club 4. Theodore F'lorack Howling Club 1, 4; Spanish Club 2, Ski Club 4; Intramural F'ootball I; Intramural Basketball 3. Irving Thomas Foss Spanish Club 2; History Club 4; Art Club 4. William Donald frank History Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Intramural Football I. CLASS Fdtvurd Flynn History Club 4; Ski Club 3, I; Camera Club 3; Intramural F'ootball I; Intramural Basketball I, 3. Richard Joseph F'rediuni Camera (Hub I, 4; Chen Club 2, 3, 4» Sodality 4; Projector Club 4; Archery Club 2; Mission Bouts I, 2, 3, I; Intramural Basketball I; Intramural F'ootball I; Mission Unit 2. Lloyd F'orrestal Sodality 3; Science Club 3; Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball I. F'rancis X. Frey Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2: (dee Club 3, 4; Liturgical Choir t; Safety Patrol 4; Intramural F'ootball, Baseball I. 38FORTY-EIGHT John Charles Krirunu Archery Club 2. 3; Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Hiding Club 3, 4; Ping Pong Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Howling Club 3, 4; History Club 4; Liturgical Choir 4; Intramural Sports 1. Ilurohl Francis Gardner Intramural Baseball I; Howling Club I, 3, 4: Coif Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 3: Mission Bouts 3, I. (irorgr llenry Garvey History Club 4; Service Club 3, 4: Art Club 3, 4; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Football I; Intramural Basketball I. 3; M ission Houts 3, I. Alfred J. Cagiio Italian Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; .Sodality 4; Creek Club 4; Ski Club 4; Sailing Club 4. Chester K. Gardner Honor Koll 1; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; German Club 3, 4; History Club 4; Sailing Club 4. hdward J. (Berber German Club 2; History Club 4; Chemistry Club 4; Science Club 3; Stage Crew 2; Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball 1; Orchestra 2, 3. Kdward Robert Green Intramural Basketball I; Varsity Swimming Team 3, 4. 39Joseph % illiam Gerber Spanish Club 2, 3: Ski Club 3. 4; Glee Club 4: Intramural Football I; Maroon and While 2; St. Thomas Club I. Robert Norman (ircrn Camera Club 3: Sodality 4; Art Club 4; Library Club 4. Gerald A. (iermiiKu Service Club 3; German Club 2, 4; Camera (dub 4; Science (dub 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Honor Roll 1. 2. .eraId Thomas Greenwood Projector I; Intramural Baseball I, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Ski (dub I. 4: Intramural Football 2, 3; Ping I'oug Club 2, 3: Bowling Club 2, 3; Riding'Club 3; Maroon ami White 3; Service (dub 3, I. 40 Ccrurd lbcrt Crus Intramural Football 1; Intramural Baseball I; Bowling Club I; Projector (dub 2; Camera Club 2, 4; llislorv Club 2, 4. Salvatore A. Cionta Italian (dub I; Acolyte Club 2; Intramural Football I; 'Intramural Basketball I, 3; Intramural Baseball I. Gabriel William Cruttuduro Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball I; Projector (dub I, 2; Variety Show 2, 3; Varsity Basketball Manager 2, 3. 4: Varsity Football Manager 3, 4; Riding (dub 3; Ski Club 3: Sodality 3, 4; Italian Club 3, I. Richard Milton Groth Intramural Basketball I; Intramural Football I; Mission Bouts I. CLASS OFJohn Richard Haag German Club 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3, (Secretary) I; Discussion Club (Chair man) 3; History Club (Chairman) 4; Greek Club (Secretary) 4; Chemistry Club 4; Sailing Club 3; Maroon and White 2, 3, (Managing Editor) 4; De bating Team (President) 4; Oratorical 1,2; School Plav 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Open Forum 3; Standard Hearer 4; Secretary of Senior Class 4; Student Council 4; St. Thomas Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Arete Literary Staff 4; German Club 2, 3; Chess Club 2, 3; (Corr. Sec’y) 4; Student Council (Secretary) 4; Oratorical 1, 2, 4. Gerard Thomas Guerinot Chess Club 2, 3; Library Club I, 2, 3; German Club 2; Ping Pong (dub 3; History (dub 4; Chemistry Club 4; Intramural Sports I. 3: Stage Crew 2, 3; Variety Show 3; Mission Unit 3; Sodality 4; St. Thomas (dub I; Arete Business Manager. Kichard llaffcn Glee (dub 3, 4; Ski Club 4. FORTY - EIGHT 41 Donald Joseph Curnicki Service Club 3; Library Club 3; Camera (dub 3; Science Club 1; Chess Club 2; Sodality 3; Intramural Football 1, 2; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball I; Mission Bouts 2; Mission Unit I. 2; Arete Art Staff 4; St. Thomas Club 1; Honor Roll 2; Rifle Club 3. Duane llagen Safety Patrol 4; Library (dub I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I; Reserve Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Hubert Haefner German Club 4; Ping Pong (dub 4; Glee (.'lub 3, 4; Liturgical Choir 4; Sodality 4; Intramural Sports 1; Maroon and White 4. James Alden llall Camera (dub 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; History (dub 4; Chemistry Club 4; Latin (dub 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Honor Roll 1; Sodality 4.Kicliard Joseph Hull Camera ('lull 3. % Arthur Hammer Orchestra 4; Glee Club 2, 4; Liturgical Choir 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4. Hubert Alphonse Hall Spanish Club 2, 3: History Club 4: Sodality 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Honor Koll I, 2; Maroon anil White 3. Francis Bernard llallatt Chemistry Club 1: Glee Club 3, 4; Liturgical Choir L Ceorgr .Arnold Hamilton Intramural Football I; Hand 1,2: Maroon and White 2; Greek Club 4. Thomus Hurt Intramural Football I; Sailing Club I. I human lluncy Howling Club 2: Ping Pong Club 3: Camera ('lub 2; Library Club 2: Intramural Football I; Intramural Basketball I; Honor Koll 2. Gerald Iter nurd Hanna Mission Bouts I, 2, 3, 4; Library Club I, 2. 3. L Projector Chib 2: Cannon ('lub 2. 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Cafeteria Committee 3, 4; Liturgical Choir 1: I Football I; Mission Unit 2; Variety Show 3; A |tiinadcr Staff 4. 42 Philip Gerard llarliuun bowling I, 2, 3. 4; Maroon and bite 3: Service Club 3. 4; Ski Club 4: Intramural Football I; Intramural baseball I; Intramural basketball 1,3; St. Thomas Club I. John KiUard lleric History Club I; Library Club 2, 3, 4. Albert Charles llascnuuer bottling Club I; Library Club 3; Intramural Football I; Intramural baseball I; Honor boll I; Arete Art Staff. John Meyer Camera Club 2, 3; Projector Club 3. l-awrencr John llraly Chess Club 2. 3; Ski Club 2; Archery Club 2; Intramural Football I; Intramural baseball I: Intramural basketball 1. David Hill German Club 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Chess Club I; Camera Club I; History Club 4; Science Club I. Martin Anthony lleicr band 3, 4; Sodality 2, 3; Orchestra 3, I; Camera Club 4; Projector Club 4; French Club 3, 4; bottling 2, 3; Chess Club I; History Club 4: Intramural Football I, 2; Intramural basketball I, 3; Intramural baseball I, 2; Honor Koll I. 2. Arthur L. Ilillis Sodality 4; Spanish Club 2. 3; Mission Unit 1, 2, 3; Ping Pong 3, 4; Varsity Swim Team 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I; Variety Show 3, 4. 43Warren Joseph Hockeno Ski Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Sodality 3, 4; Mission Bouts 3, 4; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Baseball I. Raymond Joseph Intini Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Bowling Club 2, 3, 4; Arete Literary Staff, Secretary; History Club 4; Chemistry Club 4; Mission Unit 1; Mission Bouts 1; Cafeteria Committee 2, 3, 4; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 3. John llul er Library Club 2; Glee Club 3. 4; Maroon and White 4; Honor Boll 1, 2, 3. Joseph Francis Incavo Sodality 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Mission Unit 2; Swingsters 3, 4; Intramural Basketball I; Intramural Football 1; Honor Roll 1. Maurice John Hyde Intramural Football I; Sailing Club 3; Bowling Club 3; Projector Club 3.’ Barry B. Jearner French Club 3, 4; Service Club 4; Bowling Club 3, 4; Sailing Club 3; Ski Club 3; Intramural Basketball 3; Intramural Baseball 2; Varsity Swimming Team. CLASS OF Jerome Joseph Janczak Chess Club 2; Ping Pong Club 3; Camera Club 4; Intramural Baseball I. 44«T, John K. KuHeman French Club 3; Howling Club 2, 3; Ping Pong 3; Maroon and White 2; Intramural Foolhall I; Intramural Basketball 1.3; Intramural Baseball I; St. Thomas Club 1; Honor Roll 3. Robert Maurice Keating Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball I. FOKTY-E John A. kausch German Club 2; Acolyte Club 3; Golf Club 3. 4; Sailing Club 4; Intramural Basketball I 3; Intramural Baseball I. James Kdwanl Keenan Spanish Club I. 2; Howling (.lub 2, 3. 4; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball I. 3. 1GHT 4.5 Perry I). Kaye Art Club 3; Minion Hunt I; Intramural Football I; Varsity Football 2, 3; Intramural Basketball I; Mission I nit 3. Gerald F. Keating Projector Club 1, 2; Glee Club 3; Sailing Club 3; Sodality 3: Intramural Sjmrts I; Intramural Basketball 3. Thomas Francis kelly Science Club 1; Howling Club I; Spanish Club 2. 4; Glee Club 3, I; Intramural Football I: Intramural Basketball 3.Donald John Kirk Girt Club 4; Ski Club 3, I; Service Club 4; Sailing Club 3, X: Intramural Football 1,2; Intramural Basketball I; Intramural Ha ball 2. John Henry Klein Honor Roll I. John R. Kierecki Glee Club 3, 4; Chemistry (dub 4: Intramural Football I: Intramural Basketball 3: Honor Roll I. Kdwurd Kolb Science Club 1; Ski (dub 2; Library (dub 2. 3; German Club 4: Intramural Football, Baseball I; Mission I nil 3. Ralph ilouard King Chess (dub 2, 3, 1; Maroon ami W bite 1, 2, 4; German (dub 2, 3; Greek Club 4; French Club 2. 3; (Fditor of French Newspaper) 4; Debating 'IVam 1; St. 7'homas (dub I, 2, 4. Donald Walter Kolesnik Cafeteria Commilte I, 4: Safety Patrol 4; Acolyte Club 4; Glee (dub 3. 4; Intramural Football I: Mission I nil 3, X. St. Thomas Club I; Honor Roll 2; Sodality 4. 4 i CLASS OF John Kleehanuner History (dub 4; Sailing Club 4; Intramural Football I. 2; Intramural Basketball I. Karl Quentin Kondolf Chemistry Club 4.FO RTY - EIGHT I'daril John Kowalski Boh ling Club 2, 3, I; Projector Club 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Liturgical Choir 4; History Club 4; Intramural Football I. Joseph V. Luga French Club I, 2; llifttory Club I; Ski Club 3; Table Tennis 4; Victory Dance Committee 3; Hiding Club 3, 4: Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball I; Sodality 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Variety Show 3. Ilarry C. Lane Sodality 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Intramural S|K rts I: Inter High Council 4. John Francis Kwiatkowski Coif Club 3. 4: Intramural Sports I; Intramural Basketball 3. Kdwin Hubert Kuhn Camera Club 2; Varsity Football I; Honor Roll 1. Richard Paul Lange Camera Club 2; History Club 4; Sodality 4; Intramural Baseball 1. Robert Paul Lang St. Thomas Club 1: Student Council I. 47Anthony John La Puglia French Club 3. 4; Howling Club 4; Camera Club 4; Intrumiiral Sjiorts I; Intramural Basketball 3; Honor Roll I. John Bernard Lcckingcr Rowling Club I; Sodality 4. Raul W illiain l appet ito Golf Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; History Club 4; Bowling Club 2: German Club 2; Acolyte Club I; Chemistry Club 1: Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball I: Golf Team 3, 4: Mission Bouts 4: Maroon and W bile 3. 4: Mission Leader I. I; Safety Patrol I: Honor Roll I, I: Assembly Committee 4. Gerald hiigenc l.cicht Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 3; Service Club 3; Golf Club I, 2, 3, 4: Ring Pong Club 2; Riding Club 3; Intramural Sports 1;.Honor Roll I. Janies Gerard I.aragy Rowling Club I, 2, 3; Camera Club 4: (dee (.'lub 3. 1: Ski Club 3: Intramural Football I; Intramural Basketball I. Robert J. I.eicht Bowline Club I, 2. 3. 4; Golf Club I. 2, 3, 4; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball I, 3; Honor Roll I. Charles Clayton LaKocca Library Club 2: Italian Club 3: Sail ing Club |; Intramural Football I Intramural Baseball I. Anthony Russell L‘one Science Club 1; Italian Club 2, 3, 4: Intramural Football I; Intramura Basketball I. 3; Honor Roll I, 2. CLASS OF 48Joseph Charles Leone Projector Club I, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Acolyte Club 2, 3, I: Service Club 4: Arete Business Board 4: Stage Crew ♦; St. Thomas Club I. Matthew LoBiondo Italian Club I, 2, 3, 4; Howling Club 3; Intramural Football 1: Intramural Basketball 3. Gennuro Francis Licosati French Club I. 2, 3; Italian Club 4: Sodality I, 2, 3, 4. Arthur John Loess I Howling Club I, 2, 3, 4; Chens Club 2, 3, 4; Stamp Club 4: Ski Club 4; Ping Pong Club 4; Intramural S[»orts I. FORTY-EIGHT 49 Donald Joweph Loft us Sitanisb Club 2, 3. 4: Howling Club 2; History Club 4. Vincent Anthony Lippu Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3: Chemistry Club 4; Assembly Committee 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Intramural Football 2. 3. . Richard Charles Loiacono Mission Bouts 1, 2; Varsity Football I. 2, 3t 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Liturgical Choir 4: Honor Roll ].William J. I .or it , I)ii«ni»Hu n Club 3; History Club I: Sodality 4; Intramural Football L Andrew Michael Lyng Camera Club 3. 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Row line Club 2: Chess Club 4; History Club 4; Sodality 4; Intramural Baseball I: Intramural F'oolhall I. John FUlwurd Lovely Glee Club I; Honor Roll I; Science Club I; Ski Club 3; Projector Club I. Angus James MacDonald Glee Club 4. 50 Thomas K. Lux Creek Club 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, I Discussion Club 3; Projector Club I Chemistry Club 4; History Club 4 Honor Roll I. Donald Joseph Madigun Spanish Club 2; Golf Club I, 2; Glee Club 3; Latin Club I, 2; Intramural F'ootball I; Intramural Kasebull I. CLASS OF T. Murray Lyml Creek Club I; Clee Club 3, 4; Ping Pong Club 4; Intramural Basketball 3. Charles V. Maggio Italian Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club I; History Club 4; Intramural Football I.FOKTY-EIGHT ( jirl W illiam Maier Aviation Club I: Howling Club 11 in-tor) Club 4; Library Club 4: Safely Patrol I; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Baseball 4. James .Edward Malone Ping Pong 'Club 4; Intramural Football I; Intramural Basketball 3. Willium Jamea Maloy French Club 2. 3. 4; Greek Club (President) 4; Chess Club 3; Mannul and While 3, (Editor-in-Chief) I; Mission I nit 3; Debating Team 4; School Play 4; Senior Play I; Discussion Club 3; history Club (Director) 4; lnler-Ifir'll Council 3, 4; St. Thomas Club I, 2. 3, 4. William J. Malcy Aviation Club I; Service Club 3. 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Mission I nil 3: History Club 4: Mission Bouts 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football I; Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Baseball I. James Edward Malcy Mission Unit 1, 2, 3: Reserve Football 3. Vrt bur L. Martin, 2nd Camera Club 2, 3, I; Chess Club 2; German Club 2. 3. 4: Projector Club 2; Sailing Club 3. I; Aviation Club I: History Club 4; Intramural Football; Intramural Basketball I; St. Thomas Club I. 2, 3, 4: Maroon and White 2, 3; Ass’t Flag Bearer 1; Rditor-in-Chief Arete 4; Senior Play 4 • Martin Thomas Marianetti Italian Club 3, 4: Glee Club I: Ping Pong :iub 3, 4. 51luiward L. Martin Intramural Basketball 3; German Club 4; Glee Club4. John Fugene Mattiucci Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 1,3; Intramural Football 1; Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; History Club 4; Bowling Club 3, 4. John B. Martucio Camera Club 3; Intramural Basketball 3; Orchestra 3. Gilbert Joseph May-such Spanish Club 2, 3. 4; French Club 2, 3; German Club 3; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball I. William Mason Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Science Club 1; Bowl-ing Club I, 2,; Aviation Club 3: History Club 4. I ouis John Italian Club I, 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2; mittce 4. Mazza 4; Glee Club 4; Assembly Com- Kdward McCluskey Mission leader I; Varsity Football 4: Varsity Basketball 4; Sodality 4. CLASS OF 52Paul William McDonald Carl Emil Meixner German (Hub 1; Service Club 3; Projector Club I; Ski Club 2; Intramural Haiieball I: Intramural Football I; Intramural Haaketball I; Mission I'nit I. FORTY-EIGHT 53 Frunk Kalph Meleea Glee Club 3, I; Italian Club 3. I; Howling Club 3. I: History Club I. Thomas John McMahon Howling Club I, 2, 3; Camera Club I; Sodality 4; Intramural Sport 1: Intramural Basketball 3. Nelson Anthony MerkelRichard Lawrence Merkel Projector Club I: Assembly Commit lee 4; Safety Patrol 4; Sodality 4; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Foot-hull I: Mission I'nil 1,2.3. Norbert F. Metzger Art Club 4; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Baseball h Mission Unit 1, 2. John Measura Projector Club 1. 2, 3, I: Spanish Club 2, 3, Service Club 3; History Club 4: Intramural Basketball I; Intramural Baseball 1: Intramural Football 1; Reserve Football 2, 3: St. Thomas Club I: Honor Roll 2,3. Kdwin Lee Meyering Library Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3; Camera Club L Projector Club 4; History Club 4: Latin Club 4; St. Thomas Club I, 2, 3; Maroon and White 3, 4; Sodality 4. CLASS OF Gerald Elmer Metzger Leonard Paul Intramural Basebull .Club I. Metzger 1; St. Thomas Donald Raymond Miller Spanish Club 2; Bowling Club 2, 3, 4: Library 3: History Club 4; Intramural SjMirts I; St. Thomas Club I. David Francis Miller Bowline Club 2, 3; Ski Club 3. 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Manager, Football Team 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Intramural Baseball 2, 4. 54 FORTY-E Richard Karl Monahan Spanish ('.lull 3, 1; Sodality 3, I: Safety Patrol 4; History Club 4; Ski Club I: Intramural Haslietball 3. Anthony Frank Nanna Clee Club 4. Janie Kenneth Monoaritolo Jerome Joseph Moriarty St. Thomas Club I, 2, 3, 4; Howling Club 2; Service Club 3; Discussion Club 3; Stamn Club 4; History Club 4; Intramural Football I; Intramural Haskethall 3: Assembly Committee 4; Arete Literary Hoard 4. Paul V. Napier Sodality 3; (Treasurer) 4; Cafeteria Committee 2, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Intramural Football I: Intra-murel basketball I: Intramural Hase-ball I; arsity Football 2. 3, 4; Var-ity basketball 3. 4; Aquinader 3, (Fditor) I: Student Council I, 2; Safety Patrol 4: Mission I nit I, 2. 3. 4. Howling Club 4; Italian Club 3, 4; Latin Club 4; Intramural Football 1; St. Thomas Club I, 2, 3. William Hernard Noetli Sodality 4; Intramural Football I; Intramural Haseball I. Donald Karl Niggli Intramural Football I; Intramural Haseball I; Projector Club 2; Orchestra 2: Hand 3, 4. OOArthur Charles Novtark Varsity Football 2. 3, I; Intramural Football I; Safety Patrol I. William O'Brien History Club 4; Bowling Club I, 2: Sodality 3, 4; Intramural Football I; Manager Football Team 4. Kohcrt lleury Nowak (»lee Club 3, 4; lliatory Club 4; Bowling Club 4; Assembly Committe 4; Sodality 4; Safety Patrol 4; Cafeteria Committe 4; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball I; Intramural Football 1; Vanity Baseball 2, 3: Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Football 2,3; Cheerleader 4; Aquinader Staff 3, 4; Vice President of senior Class. James Patrick O'Connor Intramural Football I; (lire Club 4. KoImtI Francis Oakes Thomas Philip O'Malley blee Club 3, 4; History (Hub 4; Art Club 3; Liturgical Choir 3; Intramural Basketball 1. 2. John G. O'Brien Intramural Fisitball I: Intramural Basketball I, 3: Camera (Jub 1; Bowling Club I; French Club 3. Michael Vincent Paradise Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Football 1; Bowling Club I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball I, 3: Golf Club 2, 3, 4: Italian Club 2, 3. 4: Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Mission ( nit 4; History Club 4; Stamp Club 4; Camera Club i. CLASS OF 56Joseph A. Pellman Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball 3; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Sodality 4; Projector Club 4; Chew Club 4; Maroon and White 4. W illiam Wallace PfaflT Honor Roll I; Intramural Baseball I; 'kmling Club I; Intramural Basketball 1, 3: Intramural Football 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; German Club 3, 4: Sodality 4; Maroon and White 4. Richard John Perkowski Aviation Club I; Honor Roll 1, 3, 4; St. Thomas Club 2. I humid J. Pierson Projector Club I: Glee Club 4; Ping Pong Club 4. FORTY-EIGHT Fugenc Roltert Pochalski Band I, 2, 3, 4; Swingster 2; Intramural Basketball 1, 4: Intramural Baseball 2; Reserve Football 3: Varsity Football 4. 57 John David Petrilli Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Liturgical Choir 4; Bowling Club 4. Roddy Wilbert Powers Varsity Football 4; Varsity Baseball 4; Varsity Basketball 4.Frank Michael Quinlan Ski Club I: Ring Rung Club 4; So-dalitv 3. 4; Camera Club 4; Glee Club 4. Nicholas Michael Radcl Robert L. Hues Sailing Club 3, 4; Skiing Club 4; Science Club I; Projector Club I; lto ling Club 2: Chemistry Club I: Hiding Club 3, 4; Service Club 4; Archery Club 3; French Club 2, 3: Intramural Football I: Intramural Basketball 3; Honor Holl I; Assembly .58 Committee 4; Arete Business Hoard 4. Norbert Joseph Kappl Chemistry Club (President) t: Chess ('lub 3. I: German Club 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 1: Projector Club 3. I: Ring Pong Club 3. 4; Acolyte Club 3, 4; Library Club 2; History Club 4; Intramural Basketball I; St. Thomas Club I, 2: Sodality 4; Honor Roll 3. John William Pachierer German Club I; Aviation Club 1; Latin Club 3; Bottling Club 2. 4; History Club 4: Intramural Football 2; Intramural Basketball 1: Intramural Baseball 2. Frank Puccia Latin Club I: Intramural Football I: Intramural Hase!»all I: Bowling Club2; Italian Club 2. 3. ♦: History Club L Sam F. Prato Italian Club 1, 2, 3; Golf Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; Camera Club I; Chemistry Club 4; Intramural Football 1: Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. Alfred Paul Prybyla Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Intramural Football 1. 2.FORTY-EIGHT William John Rausch Chess Club 2. 3, 4; Projector Club 1. 2; Archery Club 2: Chemistry Club 4; Camera Club 1; Honor Roll 1; Intramural Football I; Intramural Banket-ball 1. 3. Frank Happleyea Chess Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. 3; History Club 4; Camera Club 4; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball 2; Maroon and White 3. 4; Stage Crew 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll I; Service Club 4. Thomas T. Rusai Intramural Baseball I. Robert James Routier Spanish Club 3, 4; (Her Club 3; Aviation Club 3; Camera Club 3; Service Club I: History Club 4; Library Club 4; Mission Bouts 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3; Intramural Football 3; Stage Crew 4: Honor Roll 3. 59 W illiam Philip Redder Chess Club 2. 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4. Anthony lx uis Russo French Club 3, 4; I talian Club 3, 4. Richard Joseph Rodenhouse SsJality 3; Intramural Football I, 2; Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3: Mission Unit 1. Janies Ryan Creek Club 4; History Club 4: Italian Club 3; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; arsi-ty Basketball 3, 4: Mission Bouts 2, 3, 4; St. Thomas Club 1; Sodality 3, 4; Aquinader Staff 4.Francis Leon Rytlewski Spanish Club 2; Intramural Basketball 1. Lugene H. Scheg Honor Roll I, 2, 3; Intramural Football 1: Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Intramural Baseball 1; Mission Bouts 1, 1; Acolyte Club I, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2: Boh ling Club 2, 3: Camera Club 3: Sodality 4; Latin Club 4; History Club Vincent James Santa Bowling Club 1; Art Club 3; Stage Crew 3; Variety Show 1; Chess Club 3: Intramural Football I; Intramural Basketball 1; Varsity Football 3. David John Scheihie Library Club 2: Camera Club 4; Projector Club 4; Sodality 4; Maroon and White 4. Conrad Arthur Scheg Bowling Club 2. 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Liturgical Choir 4; Intramural Football I. II. Quentin Schauer Glee Club 4; Bowling Club I; Intramural Basketball 3: Golf Club 3, 4; St. Thomas Club 1, 2. John Fdward Schmid Bowling Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1,3; Intramural Baseball I. BoIhtI llcury Scheuermann History Club 4; Honor Roll 4. CLASS OF 60Alfred William Schmitz German Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Golf Club 4; Acolyte Club 2, 3; Intramural Football 1. 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Basketball Manager 2, 3; Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3; Freshmen Football 2: Maroon and White Staff 2, 3, 4; Mission Unit I, 2; Aquin-ader Staff 4; Sodality 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4: Cafeteria Committee 3, 4. John Joseph Schoen German Club I, 2, 3; Camera Club 2. Paul Anthony Schreiner Library Club 3, 4: Projector Club I, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 3, 4; Acolyte Club I. 4; Clics Club 2, 3, 4: German Club 2; Stage Crew I, 2, 3. 4; Intramural Football I; Arete Literary Staff 4: Mission Unit 2: Junior Prom Committee 3. FOR T Y- EIGHT John Joseph Sehnorr Ski Club 2; Glee Club 3: Chemistry Club 4: Bowling Club 1; Band 4. William J. Scliultheis Service Club 3; Bowling Club I, 2: Camera Club 1; Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball I. John Paul Scliultheis William Leonard Sec com be Projector Club 1: Glee (dub 3, 4; History Club 4; Ping Pong Club 4; Intramural Basketball 1: Intramural Baseball 1: Maroon and White 4: Mission Unit I. Gerard Joseph Spiegel Ski Club 3: Glee Club 3. 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Varsity Swimming 'ream 3, 4: Intramural Football I: Intra-Basketball 1,3; Intramural Baseball I; Cafeteria Committee 4. Joseph A. Semmelmayer Camera Club 2,3, 4; German Club 2. 4; Projector Club 4; Glee Club 4; Ping Pong Club 4; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball I, 3: St. Thomas Club 1; Honor Roll 2; Arete Literary Staff 4. Thomas Francis Spiess Bowling Club I, 2, 3; History Club 4; Ping Pong (Jub 4; Snanish Club 3; Sodality 4: Honor Roll I. CLASS OF Frank Sidoti Camera Club 2, 3. 4; Projector Club I; Bowling (dub 2, 4; Ping Pong Club I; Ski Club 4: Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball I: Intramural Basketball I, 3: St. Thomas Club I; Honor Roll 2. Willium Dennis Spillane History (dub 3, 4; Glee (dub 3, 4; Riding (dub 4; Projector Club 4; Ping Pong (dub 3, 4; Intramural Baseball I: Intramural Basketball I; Honor Roll I: Liturgical Choir 4; Sodality 4. Samuel Joseph Spallina Italian Club 3; Band 2. 3. I; t )r b« « Ira 2, 3. 4; Swingsters 2. 3, 4; Intramural Football 1: Intramural Baseball I: Variety Show 2, 3. Thomas Anthony Spinelli Italian Club I. 2, 3, 4; Library Club2; History (dub 4; Camera Club 3, t: Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Football I: Honor Roll I, 3.Joseph Sulvatorc Spoto History Club 4; Intramural Baseball I; Honor Roll I, 3; Arete lluitiiinw Board 4. Francis I lnu r Slein Chew Qub |. 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2. 3, 4; Ping Pong Club 4: Aviation Club I: Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball I: Junior Band 1; Senior 2, 3, 4. Eugene Arthur Sieger Boh ling Club 2, 3; Ski Club 2; Intramural Football I: Intramural Basketball 1. Herman Louis Springer dee Club 3. 4; Ski Club 2. 3. 4: Golf Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 3; Varsity Basketball 3. 4; Golf Irani 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Sodality 3, 4: Cafeteria Committee 2, 4; Assembly Committee t. Francis Bernard Sullivan Ping Pong Club 4; Golf Club 1; History Club 4; Library Club 1; Art Club 3; Glee Club 4; Boh ling Club 1, 2; Projector Club I: Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball I. 3: Intramural Baseball 1; Service Club 3. William Vrtlmr Stenglein Ski Club 3. 4; amity Football 2. 3. 4; Sodality 4; St. Thomas Club I. Samuel Joseph Spoto Glee Club 4: Varsity Football 3, 4; Honor Roll 3. Eugene Edward Stockmaster Ski Club I, 4; Sodality 4: Band I. 3, 4: Swihgsters 3: Variety Sbon 3.'lorry Sullivan Spanish (!lub I: Howling Club I; Intramural Football I; Intramural Haskelhall 3; Howling Club I, 2. Joseph F lwar l Termotto Howling Club 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, I; Ski Club 2: Intramural Foot bull 1; Honor Roll I; I n tor -11 i Council 3, 4; Maroon ami White 3. Torrence Sweeney Spanish Club 4; Varsity Football 4; arsity Haskctball 4; Sodality 4. Francis Joseph I ralndd Stage Crew 4; Howling Club I. 4; History (Job 4; Intramural Football I; Intramural Hasehall I: Honor Roll I. Victor Thomas Tallaridu Italian Club 1, 2, 3, 1; History Club 4 Chemistry Club 4: Projector Club 3 St. Thomas Club I; Honor Roll 2 Hand 3. 4. John F. Trabold Lawrence Millard Tar now Howling Club I, 2, 3; History Club 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Ping Pong Club 4; Sodality 4. Thomas Richurd Trahold Intramural Haskcthall I, 3; Mission Houts I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Huschall I. Honor Roll 2. CLASS OF f 4 John A. Trippe Camera Club 3, 4; German Club 4; Intramural Football I; Intramural Basketball 3; Maroon anrl White 3; Arete Staff 4. Richard Anthony Tschidcrer Service Club 4; History Club 4; So- Frank Bernard Van Atta Projector Club 2; Ping Pong Club 3; Chemistry Club 4; St. Thomas Club 1 2; fokty-eight Gerard II. Tucker History Club 4; German Club 4; Camera Club 4; Projector Club 4; Debating Team 4; Service Club 4; Sodality 4; Glee Club 4; Arete Literary Staff 4; Mission I'nit 4. Donald Joseph Vay Glee Club 4: Intramural Basketball 3. 65 Bernard Joseph Turcot te Glee Club 4. Walter Janies Veltz History Club 4; Camera Club 4; Ping Pong Club 3: Projector Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Intramural Basketball I, 3; Honor Roll 3, 4.Maurice H. Vereeke howling Club 2, 3; Intramurul Base-ball I: Intramural Basketball 3. William Ralph Yrla Glee Club 3, 4: French Club 3, 4; Sodality 4. o Q ct o X. —i l etcr Donald Verst raete Camera Club 4; Stamp Club 4; History Club 4; Ski Club 4; Sailing Club 4; French Club 3; German Club 1; Sodality 4. CLASS OF W illiam Francis W ajjncr Bowling I, 4. Thomas Raymond Wahl Bowling Club I. 2, 3; Sodality I, 2, 3. 4; branch Club 3; Camera Club 1; History Club 4; Projector Club 4. Dominic Anthony Viscardi Italian Club 3. 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; History Club 4; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball 1; Reserve Basketball 2; V arsity Basketball 4; Honor Roll I. 66 Richard Joseph Vogler Camera Club 2, 3. 4; Projector Club 4: Ski Club 4; Bowling Club 4: Ping Pong Club 4; Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball I; Intramural Basketball I, 3; Honor Roll I, 2. Robert Francis W alt her Glee Club 3, 4; Art Club 2, 1; Aviation Club I; Ping Pong Club 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Sodality 4: Mission Unit 4. FORTY-EIGHT William Emmet Walton Projector Club 1; Service dub 3; Sodality 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; I Jturgieal Choir 4: Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball 1. Bernard Joseph Weis Maroon and White 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Arete Literary Staff I; Aquin-ader 2,3; Chess Club Mission Unit 2. Thonius Joseph Wenglein Art Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 2. yam1 Bernurd Roy Wedow Bowling Club 2. 3; Glee Club 2. 3; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Reserve Basketball 2. Donald S. Weidemiller Chess Club 2, 3, 4: History Club 4: German Club 2; Bowline Club 1; Sodality 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Stage Crew 4; Service Club 4. Richard Joseph W halen Projector Club I; Intramural Basketball 3; Sodality 3. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 3; Mission Unit 3 Kenneth William West veer Rowling Club 3, 4; Stamp Club 4; French Club 3, 4: History Club 4; Intramural Basketball 3. 67Hotter t Vincent Whitehotme Spaimli Club I. Robert N. VlilMun John Wiunt Projector Club I; Glee Club 3, -t. Koltcrt l.rominl Wlmlur»ki Spamdi Club 2; Aviation Club I; Rowling Club 2: Intramural Raaeball I; Intramural HaAkethall 3. Richard F. Wie«t Library Club 3, 4; Acolyte Club 4; Greek Club 1; Intramural HaAketball 3; Stage Crew 4; Arete Literary Staff 4. Richard John Wollenaak Howling Club L 2; Golf Club 1,2,3, 4; Ski Club 4; Camera Club 2; Service Club 3; Intramural Ha chall 1: Inlr.a-mural HaAketball I, 3; Cheer leader 3, 4; AAAembly Committee 4; St. TbomaA Club 1. JoHcph Philip Valin Intramural Football I; Intramural HaAeball 1,2; Intramural Ha krthall 3; Howling Club 3, 4. CLASS OF 08John It. Yancone Aviation Club 1; Hand 1; Orchestra 4; Service Club 3; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 3. Jerome Kdward Zapf Howling Club 1; Camera Club 1: Intramural Football 1; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 1. 3; Hand I. FORTY-E Walter Kdwunl oung Ski Club 4; Mission Bouts 3, 4; Intramural Football I; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Stage Crew 4. Francis Zientura Camera Club I, German Club 4; Chemistry Club 4; St. Thomas Club, 1, 2; Honor Holl 3. John A. Young German Club 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4: Science Club 2, 3; Chemistry Club 4; Howling Club 1; Intramural Basketball I, 3; Honor Holl I. K.ugcnc Law rence Zimmer Acolyte Club 3; Safely Patrol 4; Cafeteria Committee 3, 4; Assembly Committee 4; Sodality 4: Glee Club 3. Basketball 2: Football 2. arsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4: Mission Bouts 2; Student Council 3; 1 nter-11 i Council 4. Conrad G. Zaenglein German Club 4; Sailing Club 4; Bowling Club 1; Ski Club 4; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 1,3; St. Thomas Club 1, 2; Honor Roll 3. Paul G. Zimmer German Club 3, 4; History Club 4; Chemistry Club 4; Service Club 4; Intramural Baseball 1; Intramural Football 1: Intramural Basketball 3.Walter $. Dick 7930- 94 7 Senior... Editor... And Jesus said. “I am the Resurrection and the life; he that believeth in Me. though he l»e dead, yet shall he live: and whosoever liveth and believeth in Me, shall never die." This is the promise of God, Himself. Walter I)iek, even though lie is dead, shall live; even though he has met death, shall never die. For Walter I)irk believed and lived in Christ. F.ditor of the Year Book. President of the Acolyte Club, member of Our Lady's Sodality. Honor Student, weekly communicant, aspirant to the priesthood—So Walter was known to the staff and student body. To his more intimate friends, he was that smiling, enthusiastic senior, with the innocence of a Imy, and the wisdom of a man. To know- him was to love him. lie | os rssed that "spark of the Divine" that drew men to him, that persuaded, that inspired, that ignited the very soul of a man. W alter Dick taught us how to live. He was never known to lie satisfied with a job half done. W alter would teach his lesson to its completion. The October sun shone over his l»eloved school; and the air was filled with the joyous shouts of his classmates, when death struck Walter down. Still striving, still carrying alj things before his youthful ardor, still in the midst of his selfless endeavors. He died in the arms of his teachers, strengthened by the Last Sacrament of the Church, clasping the Rosary of his beloved Queen in his hand. Walter Dick taught us how to die! "I am the Resurrection and the Life: whosoever liveth and believeth in Me shall never die." Walter Dick lives, lie lives in the hearts of all w ho knew him. as an inspiration, as a vital lesson in living and dying "Dear God, receive our prayers of gratitude for being permitted to know thy exemplary servant, Walter. May his life teach us how to live, that we may graduate with him into that Divine College of F.lcrnal Life." T A Vi, .V wv . «'• V- . % ▼m. 'V v' vw“ r ys ■ V« s v VV» • . V • % --- A .V CVv w W V -V , w. -.- • • • " asSsFr. McLaughlin directs a science experiment being done by three freshmen.1949 781951R. RICNEY Most Popular Best Athlete Outstanding Juniors W. REEVES Best Supporter T. BRINDISI Best Dancer E. ECKERT Best Actor I). BRINDISI Best Dancer J. SOI RS Best Student R. BUIIITE Best Dresser 78 J. FORWARD Best LineJ. SCHMITZ Most Popular Underclassmen Sophomores J. HALLY Best Supporter H. SARKIS Beat Dancer M. LADATO Beat Actor E. S A ETT A Beat Muaician P. PALUMBO Beat Student F. CAMP Best Dresser 79 C. HILBERT Beat AthleteSt Zho mas Club 'Flic Si. Thomas Club, naiiK'd for the patron of Aquinas, is composed of students who have attained an average of 90 percent for the year’s work, with no mark below 75 percent. Each boy who meets these qualifications receives a maroon sweater with the letters S.T.C. on the front. Although the St. Thomas Club does not function as a club, it is regarded as a great privilege to he able to wear the S.T.C. sweater. 81 .especially turrettrf the Spanish —peaking countries of ,hi» hemisphere. It is a tangible expression If the "ci.Hl.Vl ill Policy” Of our country The Victrola-Method of learning .Spanish conversation supplements the three year course in the language. Spanish music is studied and the annual "Fiesta” is sponsored to extend the interests of the Club throughout the student-body. Mr. Jeffrey, (..S.H., i8 the Toreador!Vte"c l' e V Xea ,fs A V g fio l«ot» Jmck "U Cerclc Francais” has sponsored a variety of activities this year. Under the leadership of its president, Paul Contestable, the Club organized and published a French Newspaper. The French Embassy provided the members with French movies to further extend their appreciation of the culture of "old France.” French III students produced a play, "Nous Verrons,” and presented it at Nazareth Academy. Money for French Relief was the Club’s fiscal accomplishment. The zeal of the clubsters reached its zenith when they participated in a typical "Soiree” at Cutler Union. Vive la France!c ys i The officer of (lie German Club are: standing, Ceranl Tucker, Secretary, Conrad Zaenglein, Treasurer and Robert IfM, Vice-President. Sealed it William Pfaff, President. A C To acquaint students with German Folk Bongs, music and dances, to become familiar with contemporary German authors, to appreciate German literature, and enjoy Getnut-liclikeit in social gatherings these are the aims of the German Club. Sister Laurene Marie vitalizes the group. File Club supplements the study of the language and is meant to create that curiosity and appreciation so necessary in the pursuit of a modern language.A A ® © y) © ® Iflf (si |p (I p 2S 7 brotherhood of Greek Club Officer of the Grwk Club are, Fr. Wurzer, Moderator, William Malov. President, John Haag, Secretary and Ralph King. Vice-President. Fr. Wurzer presides over the Alpha Pi Epsilon, a fraternal society, organized to promote the study and better understanding of Greek literature and culture. William Maloyt John Haag, and Ralph King arc its leading spirits. It prides itself as the only such organization in New York State. Xenophon, Aristotle and Socrates must smile upon their modern enthusiasts! Fr. Wurzer explains a difficult passage in Xenophon's "Anabasis. 8oItalian Club B . e »' . + -rf'KeeV-''f f »V° Father Locooo, C.S.B., broods over the many activities of the Italian Club. By means of Italian motion pictures, records, songs ami short skits, the Italian course is supplemented for those who are interested in Italian lore. An annual fete with the sister club at Nazareth has become a big selling point. Then, too, there is the annual banquet, spaghetti of course, at one of the Italian restaurants in town. Joseph Cilano, Anthony Hus so, and Thomas Leo guide the Club. The culture of Old Jtalv is made to live again.Our Student Government "Rule of the pupil, for the pupil. h ||,«. pupil,” is the watchword of our student government. The school is a cradle of Democracy and Democratic living. Our Student Council is the expression of the democratic spirit of Aquinas. Their possibilities are innumerable, and extend just as far as the zeal of the members is geared to carry them. The Council is the official voice of the student-body; its aims are to supervise and promote all student activities. The officers of the Student Council, who arc also the officer of the Senior Class arc. Roherj Nowak Vice-President, Tom Fitzpatrick. Irca-,.rer, Tom Falk. President and John Haag, Secretary. 87jClbrary Club I)avi l Hill helps Richard Wieftt return some hook to the Fiction Shelf. 88 Richard iest. Paul Schreiner. Paul Contestable. and David Hill form the executive of the Library Club. The members assist in the maintenance of order in I lie library. Each contributes one study period per week to be on duty to receive ami let out reading material. An introduction to Library Science and an appreciation of the breadth of literature are ample return for their hours of practical assistance to Father Meyer, their Moderator.Richard Wicst Hatches at. Paul Schreiner and William Rrien prepare the altar for maw Jim Leone and Paul I p| etito serve mass for Father Crowley. Acolyte Club President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer William Brim Richard Wiest Paul Schreiner Joseph Leone These are the officers of the Acolyte Club. ou see the Club members serving Mass and Benediction in the Chapel anti auditorium. It is the members of the Acolyte Club that keep the ehapel clean, prepare the auditorium for religious services and assist Father Meyer in seeing that the Liturgy is gracefully and efficiently handled.The Mission Unit at Aquinas could boast that no High School either in Canada or the United States outdid them in generosity of money contributed to the Foreign Missions. The exceptionally generous Aquinas Student makes possible the ever active life of the Mission Unit. Fr. Haf-fey, C.S.B., has long since whipped this organization into shape. Kallies, Collections, Old-Clothes Drives, Mission Bouts —are but a few of its tireless enterprises. "As often as you did it for one of these brethren, you did it for me.” James Ryan and John Dellavilla are President and Vice-President respectively, of the Mission Unit. This is the Governing Body of the Mission Unit: Seated—G. Tucker, J. Ryan, R. Nowack. Standing—H. Springer, J. far-rell, R. DuganEvery morning before school, and every evening after three, the boys in the white jackets patrol the highways, making life safer for the Aquinas student. Captains Art Nowack and John Dwyer, and Lieutenants A1 Schmitz and Duane Hagan take charge of four groups. Rain or shine, the patrol is always on duty. Surely we owe them a debt of gratitude, and posies to Fr. Willett, their Moderator.Stage Crew The untiring work of Paul Schreiner, Kichard Wiest, Francis Kappleyea and of their helpers lias made possible the well kept, well lighted stage we see at Assemblies ami at our school plays. Here are bred Broadway Stage Managers of the future. Fr. Looby is the faculty adviser for the Stage Crew and Paul Schreiner is the Stage Manager. It takes both hands to ojierate the switchboard.Led by Bob Nowack, the Assembly Committee has sponsored popular and successful Pep-Assemblies throughout the year. It was this committee that planned and staged programs for these assemblies. A pleasant mixture of horse-play and slapstick made their skits the spice of the programs. Especially popular were the imitations of John Cappon. Together with the Cheer Leaders, the Assembly Committee stirred up the Spirit of Aquinas we witnessed throughout our football and Basketball seasons. (Mr° li'nd Fr I) '•'Li . ne V V»»' V'"“? f o« 98IVp assemblies. football games, basketball games, and the Memorial I)a Parade have been the special public appearances of the Hand. Behind the scenes are hours of practice ami an endless patience of Mr. Ka llasen-auer. Aquinas Hand with their flash) Maroon and bite uniforms have become synonymous with the name of Hasenauer; and Ilasenauer means good music and superb song. The Spirit of Aquinas owes much to the Hand. The Hand owes much to Mr. Ilasenauer. To both Director and members the Senior Class offers a toast of congratulations!Citurgical Choir First row: illiam Spillane Guido Bozza Thomas O’Malley Second row: John Fricano Conrad Scheg Francis 11 alia IEditor Paul Napier, Boh Nowack and Bob Dugan plan the layout for the next issue. The Aquinader is the official voice of the Aquinas Mission Unit. Its policy follows the informative by-line, keeping the student body acquainted with the progress of the Missions. It carries a big stick when it comes to stirring up enthusiasm for the crusade of charity toward the Fields Afar. Its Editor and staff are Father Haffey’s press-agents.Z'he Nineteen l r»rd Ouennol vUec ,e ( hirf and Literary Staff i in conference. "Only a Year-Book Moderator has any idea of the enormous task the Literary Staff has accomplished in the production of this publication. To Arthur Martin, the Kdi tor-in-Chief, goes the gratitude of the entire Senior Class, lie has spent endless hours of back-breaking toil, sacrificed his recreation, his Saturdays and Sundays to make this Year-Book possible. A great debt is due John Haag, Cerard Tucker, Jerome Moriarity, Joseph Semmelmayer. Orchids to the staff artists, Alliert llasenauer and Don Gurnicki. Gus Falcone and Ray Intini come in for special mention. Vie should indeed Im grateful to the whole Literary Staff. Here appear the names of hut a few.” Father Malone. Che JCiteraruStaff"No less to tlie Business Staff arc congratulations in order. Gerr Guerinot and liis crew of salesmen, and business tycoons have made possible the financing of this publication. Dave Brown and Joe Leone and their staffs have ably supported Gerry. To all those of the Senior Class who went out and obtained advertisements, and especially to Kichard Vt icst for his great work and engaging publication, the Senior Class owes this Annual. la the investment of their time and work re-pav them a hundredfold.” — Father Malone. Stuff A v v W "v SLjCh Artists Al llaiwnaurr, seated, Don Curnirki. Jack Trippe and Bernard eia examine ihe cover design. Zke Business BoardVol. X Vll M J ’a"' V Var A»'6 "of S'an rr OlAROOn jCrgdo quidcmi Aquinas Justitute, The "Maroon ami W hite” has been the "vox pop” of Aquinas for over seventeen years. Fr. (). Regan, C.S.B. has long since been its Faculty Advisor. 'I bis ear W illiam Maloy holds the reins as Editor-in-Chief. Aside from the invaluable newspaper experience it provides for the staff, the publication has become the literary expression of school spirit, of student opinion, and instructional worth. The staff of the paper this year is to be especially congratulated on the many polls the have conducted, and the overall excellence of the articles carried. Maloy, King, Haag, Contestable are names that have become synonymous with Maroon and White! (Please accept the congratulations of a "rival” sheet!—Ed.)Rochester, M Sports Editor Tom Fitzpatrick and Paul Lap-petito discuss an article on football with A1 Schmitz while Paul White and Michael Ladato look on. In the background Robert Dugan dictates to James Donovan. Russel Tripoli, Richard Whalen, Robert Fink and News Editor Edwin Meyering examine the results of their work in the latest issue of the Maroon and White.Chemistry Club The "Mad Chemists" of ’47-’48, salute Father Crowley as the Fournier of their club whose practical implications are obvious. Norbert Kappl and Robert Fink lead their scientific group to new heights of dizzy gases ami explosive research. As future chemists the members are treated to a deeper penetration and a fuller insight into the chemical science. Care of the Lab. is their special menial concern. Long after the more timorous student is safe at home, the intrepid experimentalists toil over the whysand the wherefores of mysterious solutions and compounds. Rut fear not! F irst Aid has been a 'must’ to qualify for membership. Augustus Falcone takes notes on the electrolysis of water while Thomas Lux, Harry Capadano, Vincent I.ippa. Robert Maker ami Frank Zien-tara perform the exj»eri-uient. John Young and Norbert Rappl carefully weigh the results of an experiment. Joseph Mathews, Robert Raes and Robert Fink | erform a complicated experiment. 104auxinc vX uxenxb VtWO® °' rhe Arl Club provides that freedom for the genius of the young artist that is often stilled in the classroom. Paintings materialize from hunches and abstract ideas. It is the haven for adventurers with the easel and the brush, the canvas and the charcoal. Sister Brendan has long nurtured and encour aged the artistic talents of Aquinas students. i their s’ Wcizger )Ton «Under the untiring tutorship of Father Regan, a new phase of extra-curricular activity at Aquinas was initiated this year. True, there had been other attempts to form such a society, but the year 1947-48 saw the Debating Society establish its |M sition as a permanent institution at Aquinas. Saint Michael’s College School of Toronto, Buffalo’s Canisius High, and the C. B. . of Syracuse provided some of the top opposition. The success of the Debating team this year stands as a challenge to future Ciceros. May the forensic feats of Aquinas ever flourish from this auspicious beginning. The other members of the Debating Team listen as Orard Tucker explains his reasons for favoring compulsory arbitration of strikes.Mistory Club John Haag. W illiam Vlalox ami Gerard Tucker have stirred up an interest in the llistorx (Huh to the tune of over one hundred members. Fr. Looby, guides the brood. Discussions, guest lectures, a trip to the Freedom Train, and a telegram of congratulations to the Fnglish princess have home witness to the Club's active membership. Their motto— "From Alexander to Truman.” SPiCIAL QUEST ROCHESTER FREEDOM TRAIN COMMITTEE OffuiJ caxamony of uratcoma fox THE FEEEIDOM IMIM 'UduxuLuj, Vooambax 6. ’$47 Q ci(. zHay n £omua! !S. c¥ xoCJ c txnJ HMUi CNUWU 107Camera and I In is the picture-takers Club. Its members, if they are beginners, may learn how to develop, print and enlarge. A fully -e piip|H‘d dark-room enables all to whet an interest in a very profitable hobby. The members constructed a new print dryer this year. The artistic sense is nurtured by contests and exhibitions, father Bergeron, Joe Semmelmayer, and frank Kappleyea are the "big shutters” of the Club. Joseph Se-mmrlrma ver explains how to urm. — -'darker to F'r nk Rappleyea and Donald flower. use the rnl rg r to Hitler! Raker and Richard Yngler develop a print while Frank Sidnti make a nmtact print and Fa! win 1 eyering and Joeeph Fell man n e the enlmrgcr. JProjector Clubs To the boys of the Projector Club we extend a bouquet. They are the ones responsible for the technical quality of our Kducational Movies in the Auditorium. Fr. Bergeron has the double duty of advising both the Camera and Projector Clubs. This Club has been set in such a way that the more experienced technicians conduct classes in the »| eration of the 16 mm. projector. Contestable and Dugan (Torn) are the Big Names of the club., Norb. ... na ph £ erbin6cr- ,1 »«' Perhaps no club lias more enthusiastic club members than the Chess Club. lr. Poluikis, C.S.B.. himself an All-City Champ, guides his pawns over the Chess lanes most every night. The rumour is that the Chess Tournament will reach its final round some time in August. Norb. Rappl, Ralph King. Art Berhinger, Boh Baker and Bill Rausch are the future Alexanders and Bonapartes of the checkered board. Tournament time! Rausch and Frediana are the blindfolded champs.Bowling Club The question is put whether the Moderators or the members most enjoy the activities of this large Club. Fathers Onorato and Lococo lead a throng to the alleys every Tuesday. "A sound mind in a sound body ” (the Adonis type) is the philosophy the Moderators maintain. Perhaps the largest single club in the school, the Club boasts of socials and exercise that take the pain out of school. Club. TOr 1 ,,e dayThe hobby of Philately (Stamp Collection, to the uninitiated) comes in for a great deal of stimulation, when this Club meets. Mr. Jeffrey, C.S.B. as faculty advisor and Alan Bock as president lead the philatelists in the high art of swapping. Hucksters are discouraged w hen the collections of members are examined. Methods of collection and appraisals of rare stamps are the discussion topics at the Tuesday meetings. theQolf Club Father O’Leary, a past master of the Clubs, can be seen leading his potential Hagans and Sarazens over the bunkers and fairways most any Saturday. George Christ, Jerry Leicht, and Paul Lapettito have already gained fame on the links. There is rumor of a practice range on the back campus, where the theories of the game can be tested. 118Ping Pong Club Arthur llillis, Arthur Loesel, Tom Corbit, Bob Baker. Bob Deprez lead a group of forty-four Ping Pongers who rail themselves scientists. Perhaps that is why Fr. Re hoe is the Moderator of the Club. Tournaments and individual matches are the order of the day when the Club meets. It is confined to Upperclassmen. As yet the facilities are limited, but it is the hope of the Club that even enthusiast may be given the opportunity to shar| en up on his coordination, as the quarters are enlarged.School Play s“'"v Wer ll:y «rv 7. " yf tyn , y, '-’o J . 4r ' K«h ,»1» 'X" " THE CAST Alexander Norris Polly Becker Mrs. Grimm Philip Norris Amy Norris M rs. Norris Mr. Norris Tootsie Norris Grandpa Fuller M iss Spencer 1 iss Slocum Morgan Maxwell Jake Richards Penny Palmer Marvin lleier Joan Maid Marx McDonald Richard Merkel Jeanne Bryant Joan Yawman William Pfaflf Ursula Cenname John Haag Mary Catherine Schantz Sheila O'Grady Kugene Eckert William Nlalox Nlarx Trainor Donald Byrne ami Peler Helfrich wail for the cue for the doorbell. Krancin Hullaccio watchea. 115Sailing Club Commodore Bernie alii Vice-Com modore Art Martin Purser Dave Brown Chief Yeoman Leo Nugent Ass't Yeoman Jim Burns Chief Engineer Paul Kuppinger Creu• Forty salts and tars Course All points on Lake Ontario Cruise Whenever Fr. 1 Vltirpln ean get away (Often Ed.)Bishop Kearney place a Miraculous 1 ial around the neck of a Sodalist at the Reception into the Sodality. Ft . Crowley Aland next to the Bishop. Perhaps never before lias the Sodality of Our Lady been a more active organization at Aquinas. It is indeed "a picked battalion ! Its far-reaching effect tin the life of the Aquinas student can only be surmised, for "good always diffuses itself : and the first purpose of the Sodality is the personal sanctification of its members. I nder the apostolic direction of fr. Crowlev, C.S.B., the Aquinas group has taken a stellar role in the Diocesan Sodality. I lie zeal of its officers. John Farrell, Jimim Ryan. Rob Dugan and Paul .Napier, lias promoted a spiritual revival and consciousness that is the breath of the Christian life. The Friday Spiritual Conference is but one evidence of their planning. 11 is Excellency, Bishop Kearney lias made the Sodality his special interest. Mary lias become the "Belle of the Campus”! 117Jreskmau Clubs ACOLYTE CLU B W ()() I)C H A FT C 1. I B St. WsfcYS. KQVMKS BOVS TOWN Wfi DUtt ttMMM i WHOM, wimm w. ' m AQUINAS CAN,SIUS vs AQUINAS AQUINAS DETROIT CENTRAL « 119Senior Myogram Winners Paul Purus John Del la Vilia John Farrell Joseph Culhane William Greif Hit-hard I oiaeono Terrance Sweeney John T«bell«r Robert Walllier Kngene Zimmer Hcv.t iv ril F. Carter, C 1.S.II. Director «»f AI hie lie Rev. Arthur O'Leary, C.S.IL Ass’t Director of thletie "13,606 see Aquinas Powerhouse route C.B.A., 39-0"; "Aquinas steamrollers St. Mary's for 25-0 triumph before 14,285"; "Catalano scores - Falk makes 10"; "Aquinas untested in 37-0 win over St. Joe's"; "21,024 see Texans topple Aquinas, 38 32"Cardemal. Hollier spark St. James"; "Ilegarty lost to Little Irish"; "Della Villa and Hums, co-captain Irish"; "Greif pares Aquinas to 19-1 I win over Erie"; "Irish smash Detroit domination with 13-7 victory before 21,828"; "Greif and Ryan pace Irish to first win over Central": "McCluskey kirks record 92 yds."; "Aquinas crushes Canisius, 40-7"; "Walther, Tschetter, Nowark provide a stonewall"; "Aquinas hatters Hoy's Town, 29-18"; "Greif and McCluskey pace Irish liefore 23, 328 fans”; "Goal |M»sts lose too, after stubborn battle"; "Say Caroline is l»etter than Gardenia!"; "Aquinas acclaimed greatest High-School team in country": "Aquinas crowd largest in city's history" — Yea. Team! Yea, Fr. Carter! Yea. Harry Wright! Yea, Aquinas. Fight, Team, FIGHT! W ho can forget the team of 1947-48? 140Stnii'linft Coach Wright, Frank Noce, Al Schmitz. John Farrell. Ed. McCluakev, Kay Rigney. Paul Hums. Jim Ryan, Art Nowack, fw'| Coach Green. Sealtil Bill Stenglein, Boh Gaither, John Tachetter, Dick Atilenbarher, (iharle Vlaloy, Bill Greif, Johnny Della Villa They cheered—Varsity 1947-194 SDATE (1947) GAME ATTENDANCE CAPTAIN PLAYER AWARD September 21 C.B.A. 13.606 Art Nowack Hill llegarty September 28 St. Mary’s 14,285 John Tscheller Hill Greif C b'toher 5 St. JosephV 9,568 Hill Greif ami b u Garhato Ray Rignev (k tober 12 St. James' 21,024 Hill llcgarly Paul Hums October 19 Erie Prep. 14.225 Paul Hums and John Della Villa Hob W allher October 26 Catholic Central Detroit 21,828 Hob Walrher Art Nowack ami Hob W allher November 2 ('anisiu 10,479 John Farrell Joseph Schmitz November 9 Hoy's Town 23.328 Jim Kvan ami Hill Creif Jim Ryan ami Ed McCluakeyvir. « il Green, Wi »lani Coarli Total Atiriidunrt Record“It” Z §■ a t" f § ‘1?§ ■ 37 9 = SfvO P f 7 — 9 —r - C - f- 't 2 6 2 7®" s 24 0n==J3 s'4 4= 28® 2 Father Bergeron coached the Reserve Football squad to a .500 season. The bright spots were wins over Industrial 32—0; and over Allendale 12 6. Here are trained the future members of the Varsity. As a Farm the Team’s success is measured in the number that make the Big Time next year. Theirs is a year of training and the schedule is secondary. Father Bergeron is the maker of Aquinas Football squads. We’ll he seeing you next Fall, you "BV freshman Zeam Mr. Bioudi. C.S.B.. ami Mr. Moynihan, the coaches of the Frosh, took a squad of forty through an almost undefeated season. They dropped only one game. Several players showed exceptional promise. We might mention Gerry Campagna in the haeklield and two 190-lb. tackles, (diaries Sohn and Bob Cilano. The coaches look forward to the day when their products, profiting from their Freshman training will carry the Varsity colors. HIBasketball Standing—Coach Harry Wright, Terry Sweeney, Thomas Falk, Joseph Diminn, Fdward McCluskey, Paul Napier, Duane Hagan. Henry Cwilina, Hayniond Rigney. Kneeling—Dominie Viseardi, Herman Springer. Charles Malov. Raymond Hasenauer, James Ryan. Standing—Alfred Craham. Charles Norlheole, Fred Weaver, W illiam Dempsey, 1 homas Nay Ion, Joseph Schmitz, James Ging, John Foley, Peter Rlackwood. Kneeling—Fdward Ahonen, Robert Hr »oks, Donald Graham. 1 2The trouble with the Maroon and W liite arsity Basketball was that they were too good for High School competition. To get a game they were forced to look over College Froth teams. W henever they |dayed a High-School team, there was a "slaughter Penn State Froth lasted their fire to the burn of 53-43- Holy Family High was dubbed twice. Can-isius Prep of Buffalo and Cathedral Prep of F.rie were vanquished. St. Bernard’s of Bradford and CanisiuN Frosh were their victims at the end of the season. Perhaps the pay-off was the game where Aquinas almost dum| cd the apple cart of jc. Moyne College, 44-40. Kvery player on the team deserves special mention. Joe Dimino was the high scorer and singled out for All-Scholastic recognition. Coach Wright did a fine job and the team can |Miinl. if not to a great many wins, at least to the close scores against older and ex-j erienced opposition at the College level. V.A. McC.WVey tries t«» Vmft Aa er. Varsity Swimming Iron, Miller. Sch»l«. Ili.krv. ........................................ (j" ham. •Bon.isn.wr. MacDonald. M»lone). Jr. 1M nier, Kanaley. Kirn, llillis. Schaefer. I.ippa. Culhane, McGuckin. Hack—Verna, Florack, Spiegel, Kekert srrv v N 4Mp SSto v vs,' "V v- 2cT«-RN i . ’'V' 1' ■VV Hums! v:' v ■•• V «("eVv' 'i ,w'VyV wm •v "V v » r v:' • x V 3 wv :X:;':;v: i rg r ■'V' “-i- V .-vCV -s- V | 5®X3 v ■' W.'. l . 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SHEET METAL WORK — ROOFING HEATING —YORK AIR CONDITIONING 10-12 GUNNISON STREET Glenwood 0283 looSMALLINE’S CLINTON-RIDGE MAX’S TACKLE 8. BAIT COVE 24 Hour Service — Largest Tanks in Rochester — SMALLINE’S CLINTON-RIDGE PHARMACY Outboard Motor Rentals, Guns Ammunition A. Smalline, Rh.G. Stone 0756 38 Manchester Street Glenwood 4649 Rochester 5, N. Y. 221 Ridge Road Rochester, N. Y. St. Michael's College CATHOLIC COLLEGE Compliments of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO co All courses leading to degrees in Arts and Commerce and Finance. Brown Chevrolet Address: THE REGISTRAR, Teefy Hall, St. Michaels College, CO Toronto 5 769 Main St., W. Compliments KLEE’S of L. W. SINGER CO. Delicious Ice Cream 635 Titus Ave. 156 L. W. SINGER CO. 635 Titus Ave.Compliments of A FRIEND ADAM W. DUNBAR CO. Glen. 1682 Cleoners —Tailors — Dyers Remodeling — Relining 1322 Dewey Ave. Rochester, N. Y. J. S. GRAHAM CO., INC. SUPERIOR — PHOTO-MOUNTS SINCE 1891 Compliments of CENTURY SWEET SHOP 37 N. CLINTON AVE. SPEAKER FURNITURE CO. RIDGEWAY PHARMACY 532 State St. Main 8738 Modern Prescriptionists Distributors of KALAMZOO SALES AND SERVICE 168 Monroe Ave. Main 116 1470 Dewey Ave. Rochester, New York 157 OUR sincere wish is that each member of this graduating class attains the degree of Success that he hopes for. MONROc COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE 1.58PALMOS SWEET SHOP Compliments of D. A. LE PINE CO., INC. General Contractors 321 Driving Pk. Ave. Sodas — Lunches — Candy D. A. LE PINE CO., INC. General Contractors Rochester Novelty F. L. Heughes Co., Inc. Works, Inc. Manufacturers of STRUCTURAL STEEL CHURCH FURNITURE and EQUIPMENT WELDED STEEL PRODUCTS 485 Hague St. Rochester, N. Y. 1029 Lyell Ave. Rochester 6, N. Y. Sinus Sufferers K. C. CZIEPIEL JEWELER Z. W. Laba, Prop. 585 Hudson Ave. MAIDS NOSE-SPRAY St. 5990 Rochester 5, N. Y. Sold At Your Drug Store Diamonds — Watches — Silverware and Wedding Rings At Reasonable Prices Sold At Your Drug StoreRELIABLE LEATHER CO. Quality Plus Service Leather — Luggage Goods BUCKMAN’S DAIRY Bowling Shoes — Bowling Bags Glen. 1038 Milk — Butter — Eggs — Cheese 766 Hudson Ave. 2576 Ridge Rd., West Ferdinand Buedingen Company “Good Morning Judge” INCORPORATED Manufacturers of SALES FINE PAPER BOXES AND SERVICE PAPER SPECIALTIES Judge Motor Corp. P. O. Box 723 Rochester 3, N. Y. • 81 LAKE AVENUE ALWAYS OPEN Walter R. Kroll Compliments FUNERAL DIRECTOR Main 3738 FROM A FRIEND 401 Hudson Ave. OF AQUINASPOINT PLEASANT HOTEL POINT PLEASANT HOTEL Famous For Its Fine Food BARNARD, PORTER, REMINGTON FOWLER Dealers in Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes Parties — Banquets — Picnics Artists' Materials and Drafting Supplies and Spray Painting Equipment Clam Bakes Maintenance Supplies Main 8140 - 8141 - 8142 Henry Scheuermann, Prop. 9-11-13 North Water St. Rochester, N. Y. Everything- for — Estimates Given — Main 2685 Your Garden, Your Lawn NU-LITE NEON SIGNS Your Pets Sales — Repairing Cold-Cathode Liteing Service — Repairing HART AND VICK We Manufacture and Service All Work SEEDSMEN Sign Erection Our Specialty We Are Fully Insured to Protect You and the Public Stone and Ely Streets Main 1200 17-23 Spring St. SWITZER S SUNOCO SERVICE Call and Delivery Service Glenwood 6432 A to Z Lubrication — Accessories — Tires V. R. V. CLEANERS DRYERS Ladies' Gents' Garments Cleaned Pressed 586 Lyell Ave., Cor. Burrows St. Pressing While U Wait Individual Attention Rochester 6, New York 480 Emerson St. Compliments of YAWMAN METAL PRODUCTS, INC. 444 Conkey Ave. 155 Hague St. 280 Exchange St. 400 State St. 380 W. Main St. 191 Mt. Hope Ave. 795 E. Main St. 85 Stonewood Ave. 580 Culver Road YAWMAN METAL PRODUCTS, INC.Compliments of WILLIAM F. PREDMORE 384 SOUTH AVE. ROCHESTER 7, N. Y. Howard Van Saun PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT CO. 308 DRIVING PARK AVENUE ROCHESTER 13, N. Y. In appreciation of the friendship and business of the boys of Aquinas and the Novitiate Hallmark Greeting Cards BLAUW’S DRUG STORE Monroe 925 S. Goodman at Clinton Compliments of SARVEY’S GULF SERVICE Dewey and Dalston Charlotte 2296 lubrication a Specialty Service With o Reputation Chamberlin Rubber Co. 186 CLINTON AVENUE, NORTH ROCHESTER 4, N. Y. RAINCOATS HOSE BOOTS V BELTSCompliments of O’CONNELL ELECTRIC CO. “THE RIDGE SHAMROCK" Ridge Road and Portland Ave. Where delicious food is served and enjoyed. Once you try our Chili Con Carne, you become a steady customer. WITTMAN MOTORS Radiator Work Our Specialty 2496 Ridge Rd., West Glen. 6851 LEDLIE'S JEWELERS Keepsake Diamonds Fine Jewelry Elgin and Gruen Watches 833 Dewey Ave. At Driving Park SMALLINE'S CLINTON-RIDGE PHARMACY A. Smalline, Ph.G. 221 Ridge Road Rochester, N. Y. Glenwood 4649 LOOK TO OLDS FOR ALL THAT’S NEW FINCHER MOTORS, INC. THE OLDSMOBILE DEALER 168REDEKER BROS. BARTHOLOMAY Vitamin D Homogenized Milk Last Drop As Rich in Cream Content As the First Main 6520 DRAPERY AND UPHOLSTERY FABRICS LAMPS — FURNITURE WINDOW FASHIONS INC. Window Fashions, Inc. Interior Decorations 85 East Ave. Stone 2711 Phone Culver 3146 Stoves — Heating — Radios Refrigerator and Electrical Appliances 2154 E. Main St. Near Winton Rd. Compliments of GEO. J. MICHELSEN FURNITURE CO. Avenue D, Corner Conkey Avenue Rochester 5, N. Y. Costich MOVING — STORAGE LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING Culver 0700 B. G. COSTICH 4 SONS, INC. Featuring the MODERN Square Dance DONADONI’S CORNHUSKERS “Bringing the Musical Past Into the Present" 172 Furlong St. Stone 5456-L D. BERNARD O'BRIEN Funeral Director 597 Thurston Road 104KRIETER’S Suburban Rochester's Most Complete Drug Store 659 Titus Ave. Char. 2345 Compliments of BLANCHARD FLORIST 58 Lake Avenue Main 1986 FINE PRINTING SINCE 1873 LOUIS HEINDL SON Printers Main 0666 151 Andrews Street • Rochester, 4, N. Y. Compliments of Diamonds JOSEPH B. SERVAS Watches Jeweler 202 Burke Building 5 St. Paul Street Rochester 4, New York 165 DR. JOS. A. INCAVO Main 3633BASTIAN BROS. CO. MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND STATIONERS Rochester, New York Phone: Glenwood 3380 ★ ★ ★ Official Jewelers and Stationers to the Students of Aquinas Institute ★ ★ ★ G. D. KILLIP New York State District Manager 100Compliments of A Friend Compliments Rochester Echo SINGING ASSOCIATION 26 Sobieski St. ROCHESTER, N. Y. “We Cover Rochester’s Trading Area" PARCEL DELIVERY — LIGHT HAULING CITY DELIVERY AND STORAGE CORP. STONE 0905 195 Scio Street Rochester 5, N. Y.— Compliments of Curtin Agency GENERAL NSURANCE 327 GRANITE BUILDING Stone 3519 Rochester, N. Y. Prescriptions Compliments of LA MAY DRUG CO. M. CHARLES SON Cosmos S. Charles, Prop. 1800 East Ave., near Winton Rd. Main 8050 Rochester, N. Y. ♦ 58 Lowell St. Rochester 5, N. Y. Congratulations and Telephone: Stone 2812 Best Wishes PARMELEE SHOE SHOP Direction John J. Moore To the Class of Smart Tailored Footwear, Corrective Shoes, 194 8 Foot Health for Men, Women and Children JOHN M. BLACKWOOD 54 East Avenue Rochester 4, N. Y. Borrelli FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE CO. Maytag Washers Gen. Motors Frigidaires 477-487 State St. Main 4580 Rochester 4, N. Y. Quality Merchandise Low Prices — Service 1( 8Congratulations From Compliments of Rochester Carting Company ROCHESTER Atlantic Stamping Co. STORAGE WAREHOUSES INC. Moving — Storage — Hauling — Rigging 156-190 AMES ST. Agents — Aero Mayflower Transit Co. MAIN 0205 ROCHESTER 2, N. Y. 25 NO. WASHINGTON ST. Compliments of Ask for Maplewood Motor Corp. Schuler’s America’s Finest KAISER and FRAZER CARS POTATO CHIPS FRAZER FARM IMPLEMENTS ★ 2 Lake Ave. Glen. 1347 FRENCH FRIED POTATOES ★ TOASTED BUTTER STICKS ★ AT ALL STORES 1C !)DONALD J. BRENNAN 808 BROWN STREET ROCHESTER 11, N. Y. AEUG10VS CHURCH ARTICLES BP GOODS Ti Telephone Genesee 3118 Glenwood 6193 Glenwood 6337 Glenwood 1240 "Say It With Our Flowers" JOHN GOATER Realtor V ARMEN Sales — Exchanges — Rentals P OR LOWERS 1364 Dewey Avenue Rochester 13, N. Y. 331 Driving Park Ave. Rochester, N. Y. Compliments of MONROE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE Compliments of STILLMAN’S MENS SHOP WHITE OAK RESTAURANT Lee Hats No-Fade Shirts 925 Maple St. Glen. 5925 Frank Legan, Sr., Prop. 831 Dewey Avenue 170DELUXE SHOE SHOP Famous For Men's Shoes Foot Comfort and Scientifically Fitted Metatarsal Elevation and Innerlong Itudinal Arch When Required 372-378 Meigs St., Near Monroe Ave. Compliments of MODELLO SON Choice Meats and Groceries Best of Service 1733 Norton Street Assumption (College WINDSOR, ONTARIO, CANADA . . . Under the direction of the Basilian Fathers . . . Assumption College has been engaged in Catholic higher education for over seventy-seven years . . . . . . A building program is in progress which will furnish more complete facilities for an ever-increasing enrollment . . . . . . Eighty-five graduates of Aquinas and over a hundred students from the Diocese of Rochester are currently studying at Assumption . . . . . . For complete details on the course you want — write to the Registrar. Sportmen's HOBBY CENTER Boats — Race Cars — Planes 1028 Norton St. Rochester 5, N. Y. THE TOY CENTER 737 Hudson Avenue Corner Frederick Park Complete Selection of: Model Planes, Both Solid and Gas Models Games — For All Ages Toys Main 6289 171Compliments Chain Link Fences Built to Last of ROCHESTER KELSO LAUNDRIES BORELLE FENCE BUILDERS, INC. 497 State Street 226 Smith St. Main 1770 Sidewalks — Driveways — Bricklaying Plastering — Waterproofing MASON CONTRACTOR Arthur J. Arieno 17 Riley Place Genesee 1 588 S. J. Kleehammer, President Charles V. Dietz, Secretary Wendel Kleehammer, Treasurer The John Siddons Co. Sheet Metal Work and Roofing 61-63-65 North Water Street Rochester 4, N. Y. Telephone, Main 2048 PETERS SHOE STORE WM. B. DUFFY CARTING CO. Corrective Footwear for the Family X-Ray Fitted 62 Scio Street 471-473 State Street Rochester 4, N. Y. Rochester 4, New York Phones: Main 3286 - 3287 174COMPLIMENTS RYAN’S RED AND WHITE CHIU AND BROOKS AVE. COMPLIMENTS OF CADET CLEANERS 1683 DEWEY AVENUEDakin For Insurance MAIN 0137 17 STATE ST. Street Floor Entrance Compliments of Rochester Turners Inc. 1550 CLINTON AVE., N. L. B. FINEWOOD Glenwood 2683 Hauling and Excavating Contractor SAND — GRAVEL — CINDERS 2490 Mt. Read Blvd. Rochester 13, N. Y. DEWEY-STONE LIQUOR STORE Compliments of O’REILLY’S TAVERN Alex Moore 1354 Dewey Ave. 508 Stone Rd. Char. 0518 Good Food All Legal Beverages BALCRON COAL CO., INC. W. E. Rogers, President ♦ ANTHRACITE, BITUMINOUS COAL AND COKE ♦ Terminal Building Rochester, N. Y. Congratulations ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART From the 8 Prince Street HOOSIER FRIENDS Rochester 7, N. Y. 175 Compliments We of Never Close TED’S ATLANTIC SERVICE GAS — Oil — BATTERY CHARGE DR. GEORGE W. GUERINOT Cor. Joseph Ave. and Norton St. Compliments Compliments of of E. E. Thurston Modern Kitchen Co. Dry Cleaners Main 0325 1023 NORTON ST. 217 WEST MAIN STREET ROCHESTER BRONZE ALUMINUM Compliments of RT. REV. MSGR. FOUNDRY CO., Inc. JOSEPH A. BALCERAK Pastor of 23 Marietta St. St. Stanislaus ParishCompliments Compliments of of A FRIEND Henry Electric Co. AUTO AND MILL SUPPLIES WHOLESALE FRANK E. LAFFAN CO. 167 CHARLOTTE ST. STONE 3540 ROCHESTER, N. Y. 177Compliments of A FRIEND OF AQUINAS J. E. HAMMOND AND SONS Hardware and Paint 1350 Culver Road Culver 0068 If You Hove the Coat — We Have the Pants ORIGINAL PANTS STORE PANTS AND SWEATERS for Work, Dress and Sport 87 MAIN STREET, EAST Main 1371 Rochester, N. Y. Greetings From URBAN F. RITZ Compliments of FOX’S ESSO STATION Gen. 1275 425 Thurston Rd. Compliments BENGEL INN Fine Foods 5389 ST. PAUL BLVD. 178 Char. 0300 Rochester, N. Y.GRACE’S DELICATESSEN GLEN 0977 % Dewey at Lexington Ave. Veteran Managed — "Mickey and Joe" Open Every Day Until Midnight DAILY DELIVERY SERVICE OKAEPRA... No, That’s Not Latin, Greek Or Even Brooklynese . . . It’s Just Arpeako Spelled Backwards! Just to remind you that no matter how you spell it, ARPEAKO means the same thing. . . . The peak of perfection, the peak of quality in meat food products. Remember that and switch to ARPEAKO, now! CORNWALL Clothes Shop MAIN ST. PAUL STREET Burke Bldg. BERNARD J. HENSLER Phone: Stone 496 Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry 307 COMMERCE BLDG. LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS ECKL HARDWARE Electrical and Plumbing Supplies 440 Genesee St. 617 Plymouth Ave. Genesee 3540 Genesee 3246 Main St., E., Cor. South Ave. ROCHESTER, N. Y.DONALD W. SAUNDERS Compliments Insurance 47 State St. Main 0584 of A FRIEND MICHAEL E. SWEENEY CORP. Asphalt Products Distributor for Asphalt Road Oils, Black Top Asphalt Waterproofing and Coating Phone Main 1566 612 River Blvd. Rochester, N. Y. BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 1948 from CHARLES MARKET AND GROCERY 88S BUFFALO ROAD SPINELLI’S DRY GOODS STORE F. J. HERIC Hosiery, Lingerie, Men’s Work Clothes, Infant’s Wear, layette Sets Radio Repair Service Specializing in All Makes Prompt Service and Moderate Rates Toys — Games — Novelties 186 Parsells Ave. Cul. 0777-JJOHN R. BOURNE CO. Compliments of OFFICE EQUIPMENT PARADISE DENTAL LABORATORY STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES 469 State Street Main 1234 131-133 State St. "MICKEY” For Fine Dinners or That Tasty "After Game HEINRICH Snack" It’s Maculuso Restaurant That You Want to Go To Sunday Dinner Served from Noon to 9 Luncheons Served Daily 214 LAKE AVE. THE AVENUE RESTAURANT 241 University, Cor. East and University MACULUSO S RESTAURANT 622 Clinton, Cor. Morris St. Compliments RAKERS BIKE SHOP of New and Rebuilt Bikes Repairing — Reconditioning A FRIEND Monroe 4803-J 92 Caroline St. 181WEGMAN’S SERVICE STATION TRIPI SONS Hardware Gas — Accessories — Oil Buffalo Rd., Cor. Mt. Read Blvd. Genesee 4591 Hardware, Paints, Glass, Roofing Pipe Fittings 1714 Norton Street — Compliments of G. P. HAHN GARAGE 308 Driving Park Avenue Compliments From Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Santora of SANTORA LAKESIDE FARMS There's Quite a Difference S. J. KOWALSKI GREEN MILL ICE CREAM PARLOR Groceries 18 1026 Hudson Ave. 252 Weaver St. ROCHESTER, N. Y.G. W. DIEM HEATING SERVICE Culver 1450 Gas Units — Service — Oil Units FRANK FREY, ARCHITECT FRANK JR., ’48 BUILDINGS St. Andrew Church, Portland Ave. St. John Evangelist, Humbolt St. St. Ambrose, Culver Immaculate Conception School St. Patrick’s, Dansville Madison Theatre iola Dormitories Elk's Addition WILLIAM ’51 DESIGNED Pearce Budwiser Plant — Cana. Northway Restaurant Zweigle’s Packing Plant Garden Grill Glass Bar Flyer’s Club Zweigle Residence Thom. Barba Residence 183TOMCZAK BROS. Compliments GROCERS of 1121 Hudson Ave. Main 5859 RUSSELL P. FELERSKI Students! PATTERN MAKING IN WOOD OR METAL IS A Good Trade To Learn! For Further Information See The BENEDICT PATTERN WORKS-373 St. Paul St. Compliments of TROTT FUNERAL HOME 683 E. MAIN STREET THE RICE ROHRBACH CO. 184 Thomas F. Trott Joseph F. Trott AdvertisingCompliments of Graffrath Bros. FARMS HALL REALTY CO. Approved Government Appraisers — Expert Property Management SALES — MORTGAGES SOLD Est. 1907 239 Powers Bldg. Main 0257 Owner, JAMES R. HALL, Class of "33" CANNAN’S SERVICE STATION Lake Avenue cor. Stonewood Rochester New York Last Word in Style in Student Wear Complete Outfitting — Clothing — Furnishings — Shoes — Hats Finer Quality Pays MCFARLINS 195 Main Street East 18jChili Avenue Delicatessen For That Special Occasion Ice Cream — Pop — Beer — Cigarettes Fine Groceries — Cold Cuts Rochester 11, N. Y. 953 Chili Avenue Gen. 7874 PERRY’S PHARMACY "When it's a matter of Quality" J. H. PERRY AND M. L. IUCKHURST 1453 Clinton Avenue North Corner Norton Street ROYAL CLEANERS AND DRYERS ROCHESTER, N. Y. N. Goodman Cor. Bay St. Cul. 5507 Compliments of Imhoi Hardware Martin T. May PASTEURIZED MILK, CREAM, AND BUTTERMILK Genesee 2129 562 Maple StreetCompliments of Frank M. Quinlan Architect Compliments of RYAN AND RYAN Incorporated Compliments of KITTELBERGER FURNITURE MANUFACTURING CO., INC. 400 Avis Street Rochester, N. Y. FROM A FRIEND 75 Ernestine Street Compliments of 10th Ward Republican Club 187Steve O'Hara's BRIGHTON GARDENS COCKTAIL CENTER ... at — EAST AVENUE AND WINTON ROAD James Conqlly Printing Company ALLEN and CLARISSA MAIN 5123 1 Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Full Line of Trusses and Abdominal Belts Wm. YALOWICH DRUG CO. 658 Hudson Avenue Rochester, N. Y. DANA JEWELERS Phone: Stone 4982 Watches . . Diamonds . . Clocks EXPERT WATCH REPAIR 806 Granite Bldg. ROCHESTER, N. Y. THE ROCHESTER SUN Shopping News • Read for Profit — Used for Results 133 Clinton Ave. S. Stone 6000 FALCONE SON CO. Main 5036 HARDWARE WIRES FENCES PAINT No money is better spent than what is laid out for Domestic Happiness 40-42 LOWELL STREET Rochester 5, N. Y. 188LEO J. DODD RESTAURANT Painting — and — Decorating MAIN 3755 HEARING AID CENTRE [ 45-47 Franklin St. | MARCH ON AQUINAS Compliments of St. John The Evangelist Church CHILD ST. PHARMACY The Rexall Store A. P. Domeika Ph.G. Gen. 4196 369 Child Street, Corner Jay Street Rochester, N. Y. 1N9Dress Shop .... Dry Goods Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments RUTH’S 395 EMERSON STREET of Garden Grill Compliments of LEE GOYETTE ASSOCIATES Realtors FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR SCHOOL DINING ROOMS AND CAFETERIAS ALSO INSTITUTIONS, RESTAURANTS HOTELS, CLUBS THE AMERICAN SPECIALTY CO., INC. Rochester's Leading Supply House 283-291 Central Avenue ROCHESTER 5, N. Y. Free Parking in Rear Stone 0283 190Nels. Owen EGBERT F. ASHLEY CO. Nels. Owen ESTABLISHED 1B52 Insurance Second Floor, Union Trust Bldg., Main 0444 Service Station Oo 19 Main Street, West Rochester 4, N. Y. Compliments 1640 LAKE AVENUE of Opposite Kodak Park B. T. FLANNERY Hazel Sweet Shop Since 1880 Since 1880 Congratulates Zweigle's THE CLASS OF FORTY-EIGHT Famous for Tasty Sausage Products Sold At Your Neighborhood Food Store or Call Compliments of ZWEIGLE'S OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHURCH 10 Pleasant Street Stone 6944-45-46 198-214 Joseph Ave.MARKS AND ABRAMSON CHURCH Jewelers and Opticians OF OUR LADY OF 10 STATE STREET PERPETUAL HELP ZLOTNIK S SERVICE STATION Compliments 859 Hudson Avenue of Main 8272 DITTO INC. ART BAMANN VAN’S MARKET Insurance 1250 SIBLEY TOWER BLDG. “Home of Quality Meats” Stone 3341-3342 2136 East Main St. Culver 5819 Compliments of Culver 649 Established 1908 CONNORS REALTY GEORGE B. ELKINS 15 GILBERT DRIVE Painter and Decorator General Contractor Culver 5836 Expert on Murals, Oil Painting and Scenes CLAIRE CONNORS Waltex, Sanitas and Imported Wall Paper and Fabrics Realtor — General Insurance 1 540 Culver Rd. Rochester 9, N. Y. mROCHESTER'S BUICK DEALER SINCE 1908 Whiting Buick Inc. 30 NO. UNION STREET STONE 0714 ROCHESTER, N. Y. Compliments of Joe and A1 SchmitzFOR GOOD FOOD TRY THE BLUE SWAN GRILL Spaghetti As You Like It . . . Legal Beverages Glen. 7230 541 Lyell Avenue Rochester, N. Y. DREXLER COAL COMPANY Satisfied Customers for Over 30 Years Main 4050 178 State Street Rochester 4, N. Y. Congratulations from HERMAN’S PASTRY SHOP 1816-20 East Avenue near Winton Road Fine Cakes . . Ice Cream . . Wedding Cakes Monroe 6056-55 UNION MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Our 100th Year 904 Granite Bldg. Main 1999 All Forms of Life — Juvenile — Non Cancelable — Sickness — Accident Harold W. Davin, Mgr. Call Main 1999 Compliments of A FRIEND HARRY P. RUPPERT Are You Interested In BUYING OR SELLING REAL ESTATE We Will Help You “BUY OR SELL IT WISELY” I shall be pleased to counsel with you regarding your real estate problems — over 25 years of continuous real estate service Telephone: MAIN 1883 208-209 Wilder Bldg. Rochester 4, N. Y. 194DeGRAFF HARDWARE CO. Compliments of a FRIEND Compliments of Hickson's 520 Stone Road at Dewey Avenue Paints, Glass, Builders Supplies, Household Supplies Tel. Char. 1378 Rochester’s Radio Pioneers VISIT OUR NEW HOME 37 RICHMOND STREET Free Parking Homogenized BOND BREAD Stay Fresh Days Longer Congratulations and Best Wishes To The Graduating Class of 1948 SODALITY AND SANTAN A. C. St. Stanislaus Parish 19.5E. A. SCHROEDER Congratulations and Best Wishes TO THE CLASS OF 1948 C. M. DISPENZA Realtor Real Estate and Insurance 6 State Street Main 70S REAL ESTATE BROKER 296 Driving Park Ave. Glenwood 0290 Rochester, N. Y. WE ARE PROUD THAT AQUINAS IS IN OUR WARD Tenth Ward Democratic Club Compliments of Compliments of "THE MILKY WAY” GERHARD W. EICHHOLZ Sodas — Splits — Sandwiches General Contractor loti Dewey and Stone Shopping Center Stone 2687Arthur L. Senecal Son Plumbing and Heating 780 UNIVERSITY AVENUE Monroe 2872M $200 A MONTH FOR LIFE . . . beginning when you're 55 or 60 — through the Phoenix Mutual Retirement Income Plan. SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET A copy of the new, illustrated booklet describing this plan is yours for the asking. No cost — no obligation. Just write or phone John C. Briggs PHOENIX MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. of Hartford, Conn. Suite 900 — Reynolds Arcade Bldg. — Main 0453 St. Bonaventure College (90th YEAR) Arts Biology Chemistry Physics Accounting Business Administration Teacher Training Pre-Engineering Pre-Medical Pre-Dental Pre-Law R. O. T. C. — Graduate School Provision of Athletic and Recreation For Further Details Write: The Registrar ST. BONAVENTURE COLLEGE, ST. BONAVENTURE, N. Y. N. B. Separate schools of Business Administration and Education in process of approval at Albany. 107RIDGEDALE DRY CLEANERS Ladies and Men's Garments CLEANED, PRESSED, AND DYED Pick-up and Delivery Service 99 Curtis Street Rochester, N. Y. Compliments of GERTRUDE CORSET SHOP Katherine -K Corsets Kellogg’s Health Belts Uplift Brassieres Phone Stone 2536 Opp. H6tel Seneca Gertrude B. McGee, R.N.— 10 years experience 311 Present Bldg. 27 Clinton Ave. S. Compliments of JERRY GUERINOT and ART MARTIN DIOCESAN NEWS FEATURES AND SPORTS Read by over 27,000 Families Every Week 35 SCIO STREET Stone 1136 THE CATHOLIC ¥ A ( on'lie i m ou ‘ina f, OFFICIAL ■F1SMMI OFW III lOCIISfIt OIOCISI VoL 19—No. 24 Thursday, June 12, 1947 MOST REVEREND JAMES EDWARD KEARNEY. DJ - President IUI« This newspaper is a member of the Audit Bureau of Circula-llil tions and the Catholic Press Association. It subscribes to the full reports of National Catholic Welfare Conference News Service. Religious News Service. Compliments of THE GIRLS ON BLOSSOM ROAD LaROCA’S POULTRY FARM 2747 W. Henrietta Rd. Tel. Mon. 2588 Poultry for all occasions Wholesale and Retail 198Lharleh Alainio. Chiickv Baiicr ehmidi. Art Bouchard, Frank (,'arr, Frank (irapanuno, J« • Davin, John Dietz, Bill Doyle, I»ui» Falvo, Art Florack, Boh Fiiralottn, George Hamilton, John lleric. Bay Intini, Bill Lincoln. John .Lovely, Jim Vlaley, Gill»ert Mavaurh. Bill (Mark. Dirk Merkel, Jim Miiacaritofo, John O'Brien. John IVtrilli, Frank Duinlin. Toni Huaai, Paul Snell, Gene Stiger, Joe Termotto, Frank Van Alta. Bill Wagner, Dirk W halrn, Joe Valin, Al Schmitz, Terry Sweeney, Fd Flynn ho ae Koon 301Compliments of Mo me Room 302 Rev. Vi . O. Repan. Moderator George Allen Riehard Alt Ramon Becker Donald Bower James Burns Gary Clemente John Crerar Howard Deane Joseph Dimino l.ouis Drons John Farrel Thomas Fitzpatrick Alfred Gaglio Salvatore Gionta John R. 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Kdwin Malczewski, Paul imiiier. Third Rou— John Fricano, John Maltiucci, Gennaro Lirosati. John Vadas. Richard Wollensak, John Doyle, Thomas Wahl, Marvin Ileier, David Brown. Joseph Cilano, Peter Datnick, Joseph Incavo. WVLCZEWSKI 'Wmw aosco R.WOCXENSAK POOCM - OOOfffl; •"WSk t oTl A vjL. DHJ£ AFpTV! AD KOWAL$Kl'3 fiRtTtAO 20fl y Rogers Studio, 122 Clinton J S. Rochester, flew fork SUBSIDIARY, GOLD TONI STUDIOS, SCHOOL DIVISION 207Senior 'Directory Alaimo, Charles John Allen, George S. Alt, Richard Thomas Andrews, Donald John Arieno, Joseph Thomas Bagley. Donald Joseph Baker, Holier I Grover 386 Culver Pkwy.—St. Ambrose 43 Irvington Kd. St. Honifaee 66 Woodbine Ave. St. Augustine 306 Ames St. Holy Family 17 Riley Place Si. Francis of Assisi 151 Rrookdale Ave. Good Counsel 200 Alameda St.- Holy Rosarv 265 alley Rd. Corpus Christie 121 Saratoga Ave.—St. Anthony Baranowski, Joseph Frederick 34 Oneida St.—St. Andrews Barclay, Howard James 58 Mayflower St. -Sacred Heart Bauerschmidt, Charles John 8233 Portland Ave. St. Andrews Becker. Ramon George 101 Durnan St. St. Michael Beikirch. ilJiani James 66 Brad hum St.—St. Monica Berens, Donald Arthur 097 North St.—St. George Best, Harry John 63 Child St. Ss. IVtcr and Paul Bittner. Donald James 67 Home Place—Holy F'amily B lack wood, John G. 3035 St. Paul Blvd. St. Margaret Mary Boehler, Richard Nelson 1002 Joseph Ave.—Our Lady of Per|»elual Help Bouchard. Arthur Thomas 331 Murray St. Our l ady of Perjietual Help Bower, Donald Arthur • 331 Fast I..tke Front—Vl. I homas Bozza, Guido incent 51 Prospect St.—St. Lucy Brassie. Richard Cheater 186 Woodbine Ave. St. Augustine Brennan. Ilerl ert V incent 240 Allicrmarle St. Sacred Heart Bridle, John Frederick 59 llillendale St.- St. Monica Brien, Vi illiam Joseph 86'Kenwood Ave.—Ss. Peter and Paul Brown, David Lee 620 Hazelwood Terrace—St. Ambrose Burgess, Roliert Kimuelt 214 Merrill St. Sacred Heart Burns, James Patrick 224 Fldeerton St.- Blessed Sacrament Buttaccio. Francis Anthony 163 Augustine St. Sacred Heart Camardo, John Baptist ( ' 2 Linnet St.—St. Anthony of Padua Canepa, John Francis 115 Rogers Pkwy. St. Margaret Mary Capadano, Harry l.eonard 163 Curtis St.—Holy Apostles Cappon, John 244 Lux St.—at. Andrew Carpenter, Richard Vi illiam 6 neta Rd. St. Margaret Mary Carney, Thomas Joseph 23 Thayer St.— Blessed Sacrament Carr, Francis James 55 Crawford St.—St. Anne Ca satnassima, ilo John 61 Broadman Blessed Sacrament Cattalani. Roger John 543 Emerson St. Holy Rosary Canfield. Edward F. 56 Earl St.—St. Monica Christ, George M. 180 llurstbourne— St. Ambrose Christie, Edward Thomas 10 Fairview llgts.— Holy Rosary Christie, Vi illiam Henry 10 Fairview llgts.— llcdy Rosary Ci la no, Joseph Emilio 123 Blakeslee St. Annunciation Clark. William Henry 429 Magee Ave. Sacred Heart Clemente, (vary Joseph 88 Beverly Heights—St. Charles Bornuneo Contestable. Paul Bernard 86 Furlong St.—St. Andrew Cooke. Donald Matthew 243 Herald St.— St. Andrew Oinsidine, John Joseph 483 Avis Ave. Sacred Heart (.'orbit. Thomas James 45 Beverly llgts.—St. Charles Oircoran, William Henry 805 Ridgeway Ave.—Sacred Heart Costanza, Charles Francis 368 Fourth St. St. Francis Coyle, Michael Patrick 149 W inhourne Rd.—St. Monica Crapanzano, Francis S. 673 Bay St.—St. Philip Neri Crerar, John llcughcs 282 West High Terr.— Our l ady of Good Counsel Croston, George Thomas 43 IJnnel St. Holy Rosary Crowley. James Joseph 454 Hawley Street St. Monica Crowley, Thomas Joseph 16 Lamberton Pk.—St. Augustine Culhane, Joseph W illiam -163 Frost Ave.—Immaculate Conception Cullen, James J. 200 Kirkland Rd.—St. Augustine Damick. Peter Joseph 1856 Clifford Ave.—St. Ambrose Davin, Joseph le« Caledonia, N. Y. St. Agnes, Avon, V Y. Deane, Howard David 23 Poppy St.—St. Thomas Decker, Quentin W illiam 6 Maplehurst Rd.—St. Margaret Mary Della ilia. John ito 17 Arhutus St.—St. F rancis Xavier DeMolt, Roliert Michael 190 Salisbury St.—St. Andrew's Deprez, Roliert F. 377 Magnolia St.—St. Monica’s DeRitis, Joseph John 201 Rugby Ave. St. Augustine Dietz, John Anthony 135 Brookside Dr. —Our Lady of Diurde Dimino. Joseph 355 Bay St.— Si. fanrit Xavier DiPastpiale, Sebastian Anthony 5 Lake Port St.—Holy Cross DiPerna, Pasipiale Joseph 252 Adams St.—St. Lucy DiRienzo, Lawrence Vincent 10 Prospect St.—St. Lucy Dixon, Alfred Emmanuel 101 Alexander St.—St. Boniface Donadoni. George W. 172 Furlong St.—St. Andrews Donnelly. John r.dward 75 Harvington Dr. St. Thomas Donohue, Joseph 135 Barton St.—St. Monica Doyle, Donald Patrick 433 Beach Ave.— Holy Cross Doyle. John Andrew 80 Myrtle Hill Park Holy Apostles Doyle, William John 163 Bartlett St.- Immaculate Conception Drons, Louis Walter 24 Oakland St.—St. Boniface Duffy, Frederick Gordon 530 Seneca Pkway—Sacred Heart Dugan. Roliert M. 2155 East Main-St.—St. John the Evangelist Dugan, Thomas Patrick 2155 East Main St.—St. John the Evangelist Dziengielewski. Eugene Leonard 817 Hudson Ave. St. Stanislaus Erhin. Eugene 147 Tborncliffe Dr.—St. Margaret Mary Falcone. Augustus 26 Backus St.—St. Anthony of Padua Falk. Thomas Collins Falvo, Dmis Anthony Farrell, John Matthew 189 Palmerston Rd. Our Ladv of Lourdea Fee, Jack Arthur 25 Reis St.—Holy Family Feller. Joseph Peek 321 Woodbine Ave. St. Augustine F’ellz, L. James 83 Finch St.—Holy Rosary Ferkanin, F’red Stanley 188 Colvin St.—Holy Family Fens, Roliert John 37 Grafton St.—St. Andrew s Fink. Roliert Janies 169 Springfield Ave. -St. Andrew’s F'inucane. John Richard 221 W ilhleton Rd. St. Margaret Marv F'itxpatrick, Thomas R. 17 Mulberry St. St. Boniface F’lorack. Arthur Fldward 1171 Norton St. St. Andrew’s F'lorack. Theodore Waller 812 Genesee Pk. Blvd.—Good Counsel F'orrestal, Lloyd James 113 Glendale Pk. -Holy Rosary F'oss, Irving Thomas 309 Bleaker Rd. St. Ambrose Frank. William Donald 82 Caroline St. St. Boniface F'rediani. Richard Joseph 181 Rugby Ave.—St. Augustine F'rey, Francis Xavier 1230 laikc Shore Blvd. St. Thomas Fricano, John Charles 540 Lake iew Pk. Holy Rosary Furs 1 oss, Roliert Anthony 279 Keeler St. Our laidy of Perpetual Help Gaglio. Alfred Joseph 133 Seventh St.—St. Francis Xavier Gardner, Chester F.dward 211 Ddiigh Ave. Our lauly of Good Counsel Gardner, Harold F’rancis 82 Laurel Ion Rd.—St. Ambrose Garvey, George llenrv Ionia Rd., Mendon, N. A. St. Catherine’s Geen, Roliert Fid ward 115 F'.astland Ave. Blessed Sacrament Gerlier. Fid ward J. 511 Bealian Rd. St. Helen’s Gerlier, Joseph W. 886 Britton Rd. St. Charles Borromeo Germuga, Gerald Andrew 98 Paige St. St. Monica Gionta, Salvatore Anthony 17 Julia St.—St. Lucy’s Grass, Gerald Albert 9 Ludwig Pk.—Our Lady of Penietual Help Green, Robert Norman 51 Tacoma St. Holy Rosarv Greenwood. Gerald Thomas 30 May St.—St. Anne s Grotli. Richard Milton 64 Afton St. Holy Cross Gruttadaro, Gabriel W illiam 171 Selye Terrace Holy Rosary Gucrinot. Fid ward Gerald. Jr. 154 Masseth St.— llolv F'amily Guerinot, Gerard Thomas 758 West Main St.—Sts. Peter and Paul Gurnicki. Donald S. I 160 Flast Main St. Corpus Christie Haag. John Richard 74 W alliert Dr. St. Helen’s Haefner. Iluliert Donald 35 Lux St.—St. Andrew’s llaffrn. Richard Charles 2187 Leyell Rd. St. Theodore's Hagan. Duane Sylvester 377 Grand Ave. Corpus Christie Hall. Janies Allen 101 Hampden Rd. St. John the Flvangelist Hall. Richard Joseph lOt Hampden Rd.—St. John the Evangelist Hall. Roliert Alphonse lot Hampden Rd. St. John the Flvangelist llallatl. Francis B. Williamson. N. Y. St. Mary of the l ake Hamilton, George Arnold 279 Lakeview Pk.— Holy Rosary Hammer, Arthur F'rancis t9 Angle St. Holy Apostles Haney, Thomas II. 3 Tacoma St,—Holy Rosary Hanna. Gerald Bernard 175 landing Rd., N.—St. John the Flvangelist Hart, Thomas William 36 Flglantine Rd. St. Charles Borromeo Hartman, Philip Gerard 51 Trryrr St. St. Michael’s llasenauer, Alliert Charles 716 Merchants Rd.—St. Ambrose llealy, Lawrence John 89 W alzford Rd. St. Salome's lleier, Marvin Anthonv 224 l aurelton Rd.—St. Ambrose lleric, John Fid ward. (83 California Dr. St. Charles Borromeo I lever, John F'rancis 2662 Dewey Ave.—St. Charles Borromao I lift, David B. 31 Lozier St.—St. Augustine llillis, Arthur L. 815 Dewey Ave.— Holy Rosary Hockenos, Warren Joseph a5 Holly mount Rd.—St. Margaret Mary Holier. John M. 708 Arnett Blvd. St. Augustine Hyde, Maurice John 158 Winona Blvd. St. Margaret Mary Incavo, Joseph F’. 163 Cooper Rd. St. Margaret Mary Intini. Raymond J. 232 Arbutus St. St. Philip Neri Janczak. Jerome J. 56 Klein St. St. Stanislaus Jesmer. Barry 243 Dine Oak Ave. St. Charles Borromeo Julian, Micholas Joseph 163 Oak St.—St. Patrick’s Kaseman, John FI. 980 Arnett Blvd.-—St. Augustine’s Kausch. John Andrew 759 Washington Ave. St. Thomas Kayes, Perry Dennis 218 Scholfield Rd. St. Margaret Mary Keating. Gerald F’., 217 Fldinhurgh St.—Imdiaculate Conception Keating, Robert M. 36 Mulberry St. St. Boniface Keenan, James FI. 17 I'pton P.— Holy Cross Keenehan. Roliert David 255 Britton Rd.—llolv Cross Kelly, Thomas F’. 1125 Genesee Pk. Blvd.—Our Lady of Good Counsel Kick, Donald John 64 Evangeline St.—St. Monica’s Kierecki, John Roliert 33 kosiuako St.—St. Stanislaus King. Ralph Howard 36 Salina St. St. Augustine Kleehammer. John Sylvester. 3118 St. Paul Blvd. St. Thomas Klein. John Henry 2213 Ridge Rd., W . - St. John’s (Greece) Kolb, Fldward J. 618 Rocket St. —St. Ambrose Kolesnik, Donald Walter 58 Willite Dr. St. Andrew’s Kondolf, Karl 820 Lake Rd.. Webster. N. Y. Holy Trinity 208kowalski, Edward J. 80 Pulaski St.—Si. Stanislaus krouhulkiun, »ill»« rt John 2105 Dewey Ave. Sacred Heart kiilm. I'd %in Hubert 3 Hloomingdale St. St. Michael's kwiatkowski. John Francis 418 Titus Ave. St. Margaret Marv I agas, Joseph Virgil 27 Hanglilon Ave.—St. Dims Lane, Henry (J. 3000 St. Haul Blvd. St. Margaret Mary Lang. Hol ert Paul 67 Chapin St.—St. Andrew a Lange. George Paul 75 Beverly St. Bleaaed Saeramerit I Paglia, Anthonv J. 214 Oneida St.—St. Andrew's Lap|H-tito. Paul V( . 143 FloVerlon St.—St. John the Evangelist Luragy, Jame Gerard 16 W heeldon, Dr.—St. Charles Borrouieo LuRocca. Charles Clayton 2747 W. Henrietta Hd. St. Anne's I erkinger, John Bernard 191 Haehurn Ave.—Our I ady of Good Counsel l eicht. Gerald E. Ill Huratbourne Hd. St. Auihroae I eicht, Holier! J. 1521 Culver Hd. St. Auihroae Leone, Anthony S. 199 l,eightou Ave.—Corpus Christie l-eone, Joseph C. 8 New York St. St. Peter and Paul's Limaati, Gennaro F. 18 l aSalle St.— Holy Family Lincoln, VA illiavn 13 Planet St.— Holy Hoaarv l.ipna, Vincent Anthony 408 Oak St.—St. Patrick a Loltiondo. Matthew S. 68 Ontari i St.. Ml. Carmel laieaal, Arthur Thomas, 53 California St. St. (diaries Borrouieo laiftua, Donald Joseph. 97 Sparling l)r.—St. Charlea Borrouieo 8 Arthur PI.—Our Lady of Ml. Carmel l»iacono, Kichard Loril . W iIliain John Lovely, John E. Lux, Thomas Edward Lynd, Thomas M. I.vng. Andrew M. Madigan, Donald Joseph M aggio, (diaries V ito Mater, Carl William Malczewaki. Edwin I . Malev, James Edward Maley. William J. 34 llartsen St. Corpus (diristie 31 Beach Ter. — St. Thomas 15 l,ansdale St.— Blessed Sacrament 55 Harlem St.— Blessed Sacrament 88 E. Parkway St. Margaret Mary 121 Edgeland St. St. Ambrose 105 Avenue E.—St. Michael 961 Glide St.— Holy Apostle's 153 Carter St.—St. Stanislaus 2 Clarence l k.— Holy Kosarv 2 Clarence Pk.—Holy Kosarv Malone. James E. 9 So. Goodman St. Blessed Sacrament Maloy, William J. 176 Dorchester Hd. St. John the Evangelist Mariarietti, Martin J. 95 Aah St. Holy Aiiontles Martin, Arthur Leo 280 Sagamore Dr.—St. Thomas Martin, Edward l.eo 44 Richard.St. Bleaaed Sac 'rament Martucio, John H. 1121 Park Ave. Blessed Sacrament Mason, William A. 371 Glenwood Ave.— Holy Kosary Mathews, Joseph A. 20 Riverside St. Sacred Heart Mattiucci, John E. 5lSt. John's Hd. Holy Cross Maysuch, Gilliert J. 1851 E. Main St. Corpus Chris tie Ma .za, Jouis J. 312 Clifford Ave.—St. Michael’s McCluskev, Edward 2LI Denver St. Corpus Christie MacDonald, Angus J, 364 Ellicotl St. Good Counsel MacDonald, Donald T. 98 Park wood Hd.—Sacred Heart McDonald, Paul W . 742 Chili Ave.—St. Augustine McLean, Edward G. 19 Cayuga St. St. Mary’s McMahon, Thomas J. 171 Alexander St. — Blessed Sacrament McMullen, Frederick E.,331 Carling Hd., St. John the Evangelist Meixner, Carl Emil 182 Spruce Ave.—St. Monica Meleca. Frank Ralph 225 N. Union St. Ml. Carmel Merkel, Nelson Anthony 160 Rockingham St. St. Mary's Merkel, Kichard L. 1222 Genesee Pk. Blvd.—Our Lady of Good Counsel Messura, John A. 9 Locust St. Holy Rosary Metzger, Leonard I I Superior Terr. Sts. Peter and Paul Metzger, Gerald 254 Pinnacle Hd. Blessed Sacrament Metzger. Norbert F. 166 York St. Sts. Peter and Paul Mevering, Edwin D e. 158 Wimbledon Hd. St. Margaret Mary Miner, David F. 202 Flower City Pk.—Sacred Heart Miller. Donald K. 54 Cedar St. Holy Family Monahan. Richard E. 64 Edmonds St. Bleaaed Sacrament Mortality, Jerome J. 105 Sheraton Dr. St. Charles Borrouieo Moscaritolo, James k. 16 Potter St.— Holy Family Mueller, Robert Roy 125 Heller St.—St. Philip Meri Nanna, Anthony F. 96 Mckinster St. Si. Ambrose Napier, Paul Vincent 210 Council K« ck Ave.—Our l.ady of Lourdes Niggli, Donald Earl 1330 P »rtland Ave.—St. Andrew's North, William B. 44 Hooker St. Our Lady of Per|»etiial Help Nowack, Arthur C. 85 Furlong St. St. Stanislaus Nowak. Robert A. 80 Plymouth Ave. S.—Old St. Mary’s Oakes, Robert F. 1102 Ridge Hd. E.—St. Andrew’s O'Brien. John G. 107 Mayflower St. Sacred Heart O’Brien, W illiam (’. 1010 Allen's (.'reek Hd. St. Louis (Piltaford) O'Connor James I . 10 Austin St.- Holy Apostles O'Malley. Thomas P. 50 Burlington Ave. St. Monica’s Paradise. Michael 151 Clayton St. Holy Cross Pellman. Joseph A., 202 Belmeade Hd. St. Margaret Marv Perkowski. Richard J. 970 Ave. D. Holy Redeemer Petrarco, Simconc A. 86 Lake Ave. St. Anthonv s School Petrilli, John I). 552 Clay Ave. Holy Rosary Pfaff, William 3LI Barrington St.— Blessed Sacrament Pierson, Donald J. 22 Bufiord Dr. Blessed Sacrament I'ochalski, Eugene R. 98 Pulaski St. St. Stanislaus Powers. Roddy 523 Woodbine Ave.—St. Monica Prato, Samuel F. 47 Woodman Pk.—St. Ambrose Pry by la, Alfred P. 263 St. Casimir St.—St. Stanislaus Pschierer, John A. 130 Avery St.- Holy A|M»stles Puccia, Frank J. 182 North 1 nion St. Corpus Christie Ouinlan, Frank III Normandy Ave.—St. Augustine Radel, Nicholas M. 591 Glide St.—Holy Apostles Raes. Robert L. 96 Jefferson Ave. -Sts. Peter and Paul Rappl, Norliert J. 62 Rock Beach Rd. St. Thomas Rappleyea, Francis II. W. Henrietta Rd. St. Anne's Kausch, W illiam Junior 158 Marlborough Rd. St. Augustine's Redder, W illiam P. 565 Conkey Ave.—Our Lady of Perpetual Help Rodenhouse, Richard J. 161 Winona Blvd.—St. Margaret Marv Routier. Robert J. 1191 Howard Rd. St. Helens Rossi, Thomas T. 104 Pomeroy St.—St. Andrew's Riismi, Anthony L. 12 Lind St.—St. Patrick’s Ryan, James Hilary 107 Magee Ave.—Sacred Heart Ky l lew ski, Francis L. 454 Elmgrovc Rd. St. Theodore’s Santa, Vincent J. 260 Rugby Ave.—St. Monica Schaner, (Quentin II. 1275 Genesee Pk. Blvd. Our Lady of Good Counsel Sc beg, Conrad A. .30 Gregory St. St. Boniface Sclieg. Eugene K. MM) Colvin St.—Holy Family Schcible. Dav id J. 80 W iinhledon Rd.—St. Margaret Mary Srheuerman, Roliert II. 23 Rutledge Dr. St. Margaret Mary Schmid, John E. 150 l alta Rd.—-Holy Cross Schmidt. G. Donald 104 Yorkshire Rd.—St. Ambrose Schmitz, Alfred W. 50 knollwood Dr.—St. Louis Schneider, Fred A. 96 Dmise St.—Holy Family Schnorr, John J. 318 Remington St. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Schoen, John J. 174 Fairgate St.—Holy Family Schreiner, Paul A. 373 knickerInicker Ave. Sacred Heart Sclinll hei , John R. 288 Wvndham Rd. Si. InbnM Schultheis, William J. 157 Westchester Ave.—St. Ambrose Seccombe. W illiam (Skip) 131 Yarmouth Rd.—St. John the Evangelist Semmelmaver. Joseph A. Sidoli. Frank . Spallina. Samuel J. Spiegel, Gerard J. Spiess, Thomas F. Spillane. William I). Spinelli, Thomas A. S|H»to. Joseph Salvatore 12 Galusha St.—St. Michael 18 2 Galusha St. St. Michael 134 Pardee Rd. .St. Ambrose I Ridge Rd. E. St. Margaret Mary 3 Leander Kcl.—Sacred Heart 8( Aab St.— lloly Apostles 53 Romevn St. St. Patrick’s 89 keeld St.—Sacred Heart 89 keeld St.—St. Francis of Assisi Spoto, Sam Joseph Springer. Herman L. 243 Rockingham St. Blessed Sacrament Sleper. Eugene A. 219 Avery St.—Holy Family Stein. Francis E. 57 Durand Dr.—St. Salome s Steinglein. William A. 220 Post Ave.—St. Augustine's Stock master, Eugene E. 67 Nellis Pk. Immaculate Conception Sullivan, Bernard 253 Alameda St. Sac-red Heart Sullivan. Terry R. 168 Kavenwood Ave.—Our Lady of Good Counsel Sweeney, Terrance, 56 Delray Rd. St. John the Evangelist Tallarida, Victor T. 1421 Clinton Ave., N.—Our Lady of Perpetual Help Tarnow, Lawrence M. 80 W vndham Rd. Sacred Heart Termotto. Joseph E. 691 Clinton Ave. S.- St. Boniface Traltold, Francis J. 376 Birr St. — Holy Rosary Tralmld. John F. I Fenwick St.—Immaculate Conception Traltold. Thomas R. 2376 Ridge Rd. W . St. John's (Greece) Trippi, John A. 108 Westchester Ave.—St. Ambrose Tschiderer. Richard A., 2813 St. Paul Blvd.—St. Margaret Mary Tucker. Gerard If. 67 Clay Ave.—Sacred Heart Turcotte, Joseph B., 340 Forgham Rd. St. (diaries Borrouieo V adas, John F. 78 Locust St.—Holy Rosary Van Alta, Frank B. 36 Dumont St. Immaculate Conception Yay, Donald J. 26 O’Neil St.—Holy Familv Veltz, Walter J. 51 Baier Dr.—St. Theodore s ereecke, Maurice J. 179 Stone Rd.—St. (diaries Borrouieo erstraete, Peter I). 269 Breck St.—Corpus Christie iscardi. Dominic A. 163 kent St.—St. Patrick Yogler, Richard J. Ill Nielson St. -St. Michael’s rla, William R. 272 Frost Ave.—Immaculate Conception Wahl. Thomas R. 2695 East Ave.—Blessed Sacrament W'agner. W illiam F. 495 I.akc iew Pk. Holy Rosary W alt her. Roliert F. 189 Curtis St.—Holy Apostle Walton. William E. 206 Woodbine Ave.—St. Augustine’s Watkins. Janies k. 307 Ravine Ave.—Holy Rosary Wcdow. Bernard R. 315 First St.—St. Francis Xavier Weidemiller, Donald S. 169 Alameda St. Holy Kosary Weis. Bernard J. 142 Nassar St.—Blessed Sacrament W englein, Thomas J. 57 Lozier St.—Holy Family West veer, kenneth W . 192 Herald St. -St. Andrew s Whalen. Kichard J. Lima, N. Y.—St. Rose W hitehonse, Roliert . 1881 East Ave.—Our laidy of Lourdes W iant, John C. 326 Chestnut Ridge Rd. —St. Fechon’s Wiest, Richard F. 278 Mum ive. Sacred Heart Will, John F. 552 Hague St.—Holy Family W ilson. Robert V 373 Pearl St. Blessed Sacrament W lodofski, Robert L. 9 Nose St. llolv Redeemer W ollensak, Richard J. 2854 St. Paul lllvd. St. Margaret Mary Yalin, Joseph R. 162 Ave. A—St. Salome s A ancone, John Raymond 7 Glendale Pk.—Holy Rosary Young. W alter Fdward 10 Whitmore St.—St. Boniface Young. John I 174 Genesee Pk. Blvd. Our l.ady of Good Counsel Xuenglein, Conrad G. 1015 Genesee Pk. Blvd.—Our Lady of Good Counsel apf. Jerome Edward 166 Broadway St. Monica Zientara. Frank J. 1467 North St.—St. Stanislaus Zimmer, Paul G. 162 Crossfield Rd.—St. Ambrose Zimmer, Eugene L. 271 Rosedale St.—Blessed Sacrament «09Autographs 410X 60fFAVO ■»

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