Elizabeth Seton College - Chandelle Yearbook (Westchester, NY)

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I2 Freshmen . 26 Sophomores . . 36 Classes . . . l26 Clubs and Activities . . . . l-40 Benefactors . . . l 68 Directory . . l76 To look with longing to the Parousia of the Son of Man we have only to allow to beat within our breast--and to Christianize-the heart of the world. Teilhard de Chardin This has been our task at Seton-to take to ourselves and to Christianize the heart of the world. Thrust into the LifewStreann, we found ourselves spiraling ever upwards-like the world-toward knowledge, freedom, unity. Now as we pledge ourselves to this world and its progress we know that we pledge ourselves to its final completion in Christ. October 4, 1965 Deuce be to qou . . "Peace must be like a garden, in which public and private beneficence cultivates the choicest flowers of friendship, of solidarity, of charity, of love." His Holiness Pope Dcuul VI l His Eminence FRANCIS CARDINAL SIDELLMAN Archbishop of New York Chancellor of the College Without ceasing to be itself, Charity spreads like an ascending force, like a common essence at the heart of all forms of human activity, whose diversity is finally synthesized in the rich totality of a single operation. Teilhard de Chardin MOTHER LORETTO BERNARD Chairman of the Board of Trustees i 'Fm Dedication During Seton's first years, pioneering students, an ener- getic faculty, and a capable administration worked together to establish Elizabeth Seton College as an educational enter- prise with a distinctive contribution to make. As Seton's first president, Sister Miriam Imelda directed this effort with a spirit of fidelity to the church and trust in God. lt is in grateful recognition of Sister's devoted labor that we dedicate to her the l966 Chandelle, Sister Miriam Imelda President 1 1 vi in I3 Abi' V Q' EA: Q' "4'Sr:a. sid J .0 Q, i , V Q Ex' C 3 m . -Ln? . 5 - 35 0 ' 41 'Pac -P Fcxcultq Understanding, discovery, invention . . . From the first awakening of his reflective consciousness, man has been possessed by the demon of discovery. The Future of Man Y l L Theirs was the task of making us aware of our desperate need to unfold, of illuminating our personal involvement in the progress of the world, and of sparking a marvelous revolution of discovery in our minds. Administration Sister Miriam Imelda, A.M. President Sister Mary Rose, A.M. Academic Dean Therese Rauner, Ph.D. Dean of Students Sister Anne Rosaire, M.B.A. Registrar-Dean of Admissions ' Sister Maria Joanna, A.M. Director of Finance Sister Irene Mercedes, Ph.D. Director of Development and Public Relations Priests-in-residence Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph 0'Keefe Rev. Horatio Nunez The Fcicultq Irene M. Berstein Instructor of Reading Patricia Bree Instructor of Theology Sister Ann Carmel Assistant Professor of English Elizabeth Irene Carr Assistant Professor of Music Richard Brian Casper Assistant Professor of Music Sister Maria Celestia Associate Professor of Art Sister Miriam Charles Instructor of Secretarial Studies Sister Mary Christopher Associate Professor of Merchandising Carol J. Crystle Instructor of Social Sciences Sister James de Lourdes Associate Professor of Social Science Sister Miriam de Lourdes Professor of Psychology Sister Bernard Dolores Instructor of Philosophy George Hoenig Instructor of Theology Sister Marie Irene Associate Professor of Mathematics William F. Jacques, Jr. Instructor of Music and Director of Glee Club Sister Marian James Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies Ann Lohrfink Instructor of Biology Abigail Jane Mahoney Associate Professor of Physical Education Sister Joan Marian Assistant Professor of Social Studies Sister Francis Marita Assistant Professor of Biology Sister Thomas Mary Associate Professor of Music Ann Marie McGoldrick Instructor of Secretarial Studies Sister Edith Mercedes Instructor of Physical Sciences Sister Irene Mercedes Associate Professor of French Sister Marie Mercedes Associate Professor of Art Mrs. Laurel Miller Instructor of Music Sister Noela Miriam Associate Professor of Spanish Margaret Mulvehill Instructor of English Sister Alice Regina Professor of English Marian Locken Reidy Associate Professor of French Sister Anne Rosaire Associate Professor of Economics Mrs. Lucia Sovran Instructor of Italian Teresa Stilo Instructor of English Marion Adam Taras Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama Gerald Zeitz Instructor of Philosophy Librcirq Staff Sister Rose Maria Librarian Sister Marian Margaret Assistant Librarian Mrs. Margaret Stauble Clerical Assistant Mrs. Mary Dale Clerical Assistant Development and Public Relations Sister Irene Mercedes Director Mrs. Barbara Mansfield Assistant Student Personnel Services Sister Mary Luke Director Assistcint Staff Sister Agnita Miriam, M.SW MA Business Manager Sister Marie Dorothy, A.B Assistant Director of Finance Mrs. Edward Ryan Director of Residence Catherine McLoughlin Secretary to the President Dorothy Flood Flynn, M.D Attending Physician Mrs. Dorothy Nichol Nurse ff' 1 W 5. 1 K- Zia . W ,V , ...M- s 3 Sister Mary Rose Academic Dean Sister Irene Mercedes Director of Public Relations and Development Sister Anne Rosaire Dean of Admissions Dr. Therese Rauner Sister Maria Joanna Dean of Students Director of Finance i 5.5.0 3 'Q 1 , ,. ij' ,- f .ff al ,fi . Y. 'A Av ' ' ..L, L Q M 'af Fila tx ' 'al' Q, " M! Q' 'Q MXN X45 Mrs. Margaret Stauble Sister Alice Regina Sister Thomas Mary siStel' Marie Ifelle Mrs. Mary Dale M3 v Sister Marie Mercedes Mrs. Irene Berstein Mrs. Barbara Mansfield Mrs. Eleanor Francis Sister Miriam de Lourdes Rev. Horatio Nunez Mrs. Dorothy Nichol Miss Abigail Mahoney Sister Agnita Miriam Sister Marie Dorothy Mr. Marty Taras Sister Marian Margaret Mrs. Lucia Sovran Miss Teresa Stilo Mrs. Anna Stanley Sister James de Lourdes ik 32 Sister Edith Mercedes Mr. Richard Casper Mrs. Alice Flynn Mrs. Marian Reidy Miss Carol Crystle Mrs. Mary Kelliher Mr. William Jacques, Jr. Mrs. Pauline Spiak Sister Noela Miriam Sister Ann Carmel Freshmen Think of the immensity of the powers, ideas and persons not yet discovered or harnessed or born or synthesized . The Future of Man ki ZZ! K Freshman year is a time of becoming aware . . . of the power of being a person of the immense joy and difficulty of living, of the possibilities of the future Class of 1967 Class Officers Student Council Representatives President--Kathy Fischer Sally Brennan Celeste Piderit Vice-President-Marijo Gillis Mary Ann O'Brien Vicky Pello Secretary--Beth Kiley Moderator Sister Bernard Dolores "Your bid.' Front Row: B. Vail, K. Kennedy. C. Johanssen, M. Lyttle, E. Peacock, B. Conti. Back Row: V. Pello, A. Porter, A. Shay. Front Row: M. Mulder, L. McCoy, C. Klett, J. Le Barbera, L. Judd, B. King, K. Gurry. Back Row: C. Piderit, B. Hall, L, Hanle, C. Socha, C. 28 Yerkes, B. Vegliante. 33305 C. Drugan, P, Britton, S. Gilrnartin, M. Cortese. s. ln lt's not that l don't want to study. . ." Farrell, M. Mulcahy, L. Lema, Gallagher, A. Ficara, E, Hogan, Hines, D. Donlan, C. Cahill, Duffy, P. Hickey, P. Cashman, J. Glojek, K. Flanigan. uwammwmfummammmny Freshman Class Officers: Marijo Gillis Kathryn Fischer, Elizabeth Kiley. Front Row: D. Duffy, M. Foscato. Back Row: W. Schiavone, J. Malter, S. Still- wagon, M. Grogan, J. Lyons, S. Cahill, E, Repola. S. Hartman, A. Passalacqua, G. O'Brien, J. Fox, P. Schulz, M. Grainger, K. Fehlner, M. Conaty, M. L. Berberat, J. Coleman. Freshmen representatives of the Student Council: Mary Ann O'Brien, Victoria Pello, Celeste Piderit, Sally Ann Brennan. Freshmen lnvestiture. F. Gainor, J. Congalton, M. A. Wilson. Nl hit if A. Weiss, E. Shugg, N. Nizolek, H, Zulauf, E, Sansalone, S. Malcolm, J. Murphy, M. A. Syso, M. Roberts, L. Paulis, K. Murphy, M. A. Wilson. Front Row: S. Ramin, C, Prigatano. Second Row: R. Muro, G, Stubbe, M. O'Brien, G. Murphy, J. Shelton. Back Row: M. Rogers, D. Svitila, J. Velez, L. Noble, M. Nolan, F. Watts, K. Strain. f""'X Day hops use the lounge during their free time. A. Havlin, A. Daley, J. Bannigan, M. DeFonseca, S. Ris, G. Kinsella, E. Montagnino, J. Culosi, J. Congalton, P. Buckley, P. Quis, B. Roberts, A. Haley, H. Emerich, B. Simons, S. Brennan, M. Sheridan, S. Dixon, M. Roccati, M, Lee, B. Pilling. .1 .j Introduction to Housekeeping M. R, Leach, P. Meehan, M. Manning, A. Kerrigan, C. Kennedy, R. Genovese, J. Piazza, J. Luglio, P. Koeneke. 'l G J. Fey, M. Crisham, A. Citarella F. Gordon, F. Grimaldi. F. McGrory, C. Cali, M. Saich, J. D'Orazio, N. Rotiroti, K. Morrissey, A. Lee, M. Facchetti, A. Cassamassa, J. Miller, M. Gillis, L. Sweeney, L. Votta, J. McPhee, B. Schwab, A. Procario, K. Twasutyn. ill lv V H. is' S. Finnerty, S. Cartwright, M. Garry, C. Fogelberg, J. Dolan, V. Filip, C. Calac, P, Barry, M. Grabowski, F. Graborz, C. Capetta, C, Fraundorfer. "And to all a good night." Freshmen register for September classes. Xltxllui l , Till l--r.... "U 'W il 10 in it in 34 Freshman campaign for class office. C. Jazwinski, M. Cunningham, D. Ochsenreiter A. Vitale, M. F. Barrett, M. Lynskey. ,f f" M Front Row: E. Kiley, K. Murphy, K. Fischer, M. Nolan. Second Row: N. Mc- George, G. Jackson, P. Kiernan. Back Row: C. Nowak, S. McFeeley. S K? p . . or rrNr aa QM -M 'V Freshmen restore energies., .fill Z F 4. ii-' l Homeward bound! .i A.r Front Row: J. Bombace, L. De Marco, C. Marra, E. Gurreri, M. Carroll. Back Row: K. Byrne, C. Salem, S. Kautz, A. lorizzo, M. Gasser, A. Healey, V. Feeney, K, Arras, M. Glennon. Sophomores Only by reaching to the heart of the noosphere can we hope and indeed be sure of finding all of us together and each of us separately, the fullness of our humanity. The Future of Man Zf.. Possibilities become realities. We have begun to penetrate the meaning of being human and we find that each of us has need of the other. Norma T rovoto Mcarq Dee English as Florence Mczrchionni Isabelle Trevisani Gail-Ann Kenna Pamela Schircmo 1 Q Cecilia Distcabile Donna Cosentino Joan Weisman Kathleen Kennedq Cecilia Atanolsio Eileen Walsh ew f'i U-xl Diana Trombello Anne McCcurthL4 Agnes NlcCcurthL4 Dianne Allegri Marcia McCormack Sueanne Dolan Linda Keckeissen Barbara Wurz Patricia Libutti Frances Santoro 1' up ? Marcia Della Rocco M Q' EY J Q' .mf , I 1 if ' K ' EE f , jf" '17 ,Q f' , Ai A Q 1 , i J if 5 - :fm Victoria Shcunkeq X ' . 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Tyif' ' ig fr, .QVQJP M 1: V - - Q ' V. 4 -1 -f 1 " 4 'Q' Q i , 3 2 5 3: J 'EQ 2- Maureen Crottq Sherrq Kempinski Barbara Stasz Donna Kenq Joan Lcurizza Dolores Catena Maureen Gilmore Mczrq Quinn Patricia Dugan Francine Petrucci Ann O'NeiI Carol Mczrczzino Lobbying What can they do to milk? Nothing like atmosphere for dining, Q M4 X. ' ' rf ,. im wh., as ,,.....M.-.mm Hi! Mrs. Ryan. 3:55 P.M, in the third floor smoker. Position is everything in life. Obit Da rn those dryers. ng .N L i .2 ,, 23 59 viii L?" V sniff 1 W I . .,.N,,.V, .W Elizabeth Mcmcuso 1 S gl it 5 Q X . ik 1 e 1 I , I If ik 'fit Q' A J '1 , , -' b 1 I X 1 1 M '1 N , A I ' I 1 4 A. W Q '1 1051, Q , 2 .f , I f ,L '11 A yay- . I ' Qui.-" 4' rv, 1 ff' fy V 14 n J W ulfx rg f' ' ,Jf ,:. ! ' I ' 11 W ll'-V I, -1 ll, - ' V 1 , f , 1 ' 3 Y I if AF 1 i I f J ,t Lf A I ,Il A , 1 'In J V , 1 A!rV,.L , ' 1 ai ' ' .K 'V 45' f- I' lj , VA I f J sv 1 - r I! Q -N A fir , 1 ft X. 1, 4 'L ,H 1 4. 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'iff , Q, W , ,UL I Geraldine O'Rourke Maria Barbieri Therese Zane Constance Hczqes Susan Boqd Kathleen Hughes 2 Ncuncq Corrigan Colleen Dugan X, Ly ,Asif H.. t Qi yer 25565 ilu! f ,Q , 3. viii f sw 6 1 Mcarq Reiner Bernczdine Murthcz 4. r fw MQ l : M s 51: :xmas Q - :fry- -- 1.111 Mcarq Claire Tole Kathleen O'l3rien wg M J mg Mqrna De Marco -,M Lqnn Pcadler Catherine Hemenwaq N TW Jigypjyy 57 M My N 5 iwf fv Q5Y W XM ff Q Wf W WM QM rgjyg M ,ff 2 fx J ffkfgfjb Xi A .5 A 9. usxkff. , .mfs dp, J, Ma, we . ,r A gk V f " Joanne Spallone Frances Castellano Morq Neumann Lucq Scmtoniello UI Elizabeth Zczzzczrino Colleen Stafford Nlarqheritcn Norrito DOHHCI Cox I Barbara Cheneq Lenora LaSaIa Roberta Roll Alicia Perrone We 1'-I Virginia Zengen Winnie O'Connor Nlarq Finnertq Marcia Drevidi 4 , "Manorites" are off to class. A moment of prayer. Then what happened? Look what studying did to her! Mixers can be profitable. 2:-K. if 2, "Hin ,-xx L ...uw Viet.-wal Are you sure all the information is in here? "The Beatles? Really Sister!" f' ,xv,IuZ k5vA. Barbara Miller Diane Skalickq Josephine Edwardes Diane Denner Angelica Di Maria Marilqn Bilqak Miriam Long ,ww ff? 14? xi ,Wy " .4 ri' iffy AQ, as A ' 'aw we .riff if Q""" use, 'ff M4 W, QW, u 60" , 'lv if 2 M 'far xv' f 'Q rc. Q. "f , ,gr w w , , ,L v W 'Har V. X- if J' -.fn . M w We pw J S 4 Rff' A w mx Barbara Pallone Q 14 nf N1 'j:uH""'a. X, N Mgmw v0"'n3"w!F Jw-ma , Q J'-f up . -PW--'Q Ahyyx L. yfw... a. aaqgxg, - L, V. w:"'1' --A f fi r r 121 ' Shelia Tobin Claudia Cclnnizzcuro Patricia O'Harcu Anne Marie Haqden wvgwv Af' Vik ? 123 ' i Jcme Burchell Jodq Cerrone W Barbara Rohan 125 Classes What would become of our souls, Lord, if they lacked the bread of earthly reality to nourish them, the wine of created beauty to intoxicate them, the discipline of human struggle to make them strong. Hymn to the Universe XX XX X VVYV K Winn iV 4f The sciences, arts, humanities and techniques give us a powerful forward thrust on our journey upwards. This is the impulse of the spirit enlivening matter. On December 2, 1965, Elizabeth Seton College received a great impetus in its pur- suit of excellence when the announcement was made that our college was granted full accreditation by the Middle States Associa- tion Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. The accreditation, directed by an expert team of college professors and deans, signifies the full recognition of Seton's place in the academic world. The process leading to accreditation was a difficult and arduous oneg however, the co- operative efforts of both faculty, administra- tion and student body evoked a communal Middle Stoites spirit of unity, loyalty, and above all, faith. Preparations for accreditation began in the spring of i965 when students discussed problems, answered questionnaires, and the faculty worked long hours preparing the initial report. Finally, in October of this year the team, chaired by Dean Margaret Le Clair of Beaver College arrived and for four days, Seton was thoroughly investigated. When full accreditation was granted, the entire Seton family rejoiced. One of the biggest lessons learned from the self-study made by the college was that the process of evaluation and remaking must be an on-going one. Steering Committee deliberate at a planning session. 1 Q Sister Miriam Imelda and Dean Margaret Le Clair seem pleased after the team's visit. Evoilucition Dr. Martin of Corning Community College pauses here with Sister Mary Rose. Sister Irene Mercedes discusses administrative problem with Sister Gregory of Gwynned-Mercy College. ll s "-rf!! Q 9 The team departs after three days of hard work evaluating Seton. Music, Art I cmd Drcimci im Fine Arts students display their creative abilities in art exhibits, concerts and dra- H matic productions. f Acc il Karen, Fran and Marilynneg sophomore drama students experiment in make-up techniques Jean Perotta and Rose Murphy post notices for members of the Museum of Modern Art Club. Sister Marie Mercedes instructs a class in History of Art. msg I Y Mr. Taras answers questions on Contemporary Drama. ii? z i ft i i i 'ff L . , 9 V- Yes Carol, it's a G-now sing! Sophomore art majors comment on the creative efforts of Kathy Balles. 1 it Dee Catena deliberates over Psychology reports. General Education Besides taking the basic liberal arts courses General Education students can concentrate in Ian guage, psychology or secretarial studies. l32 ,xii Sophomores engage in a philosophical discussion. General Education students pool their ideas. Students improve reading skills under Mrs. Bernstein's guidance. ,.,.,..,....4.-N Mr. Hoenig discusses the New Yorker articles with Margherita Norrito and Angelica Di Maria. ft . I-1 a we J - , ., A Q Q- 5 2 ' -iii 1 ' t. ' , 'ww Merchandising Sophomores: "This group had 34M fewer cavities." 4 ,. Q "Color them confused." Gail Murphy, Jean Shelton, and Patricia Cashman away . 1' . i an x H ,sa , t V , ,iiv I , X. Q fy :ff 1 -'- . 25335, X .. X W... .-,., ight., ff i femm es p A ' K ltfiffi 7 -Vt ' . K . M A ik ff QE.1?5,i,.j.g. '-w375"f3S,-:. Freshmen listen attentively to Sister Christ0pher's tips on job opportunities. Merchandising The Merchandising students learn the needs and preferences of the public in their courses in salesmanship and consumer buying. A va- riety of career opportunities are open to these students in retailing, advertising, and related fields. Mary De Lorenzo and Cecelia Distabile take a "field trip" to the Manor to study furniture design. Donna Cox reviews information on possible merchandising careers. Mr. Albert Lockwood of the Chemical Manufacturers' Trust discusses "Credit in our economy" with Merchan- dising students. l36 Office practice makes perfect, Nancy O'Neill and Sheila Tobin. ecretci ricil The Secretarial program combines Liberal Arts courses with technical subjects. Future secretaries have opportunities to learn and practice a variety of office skills. Would you believe-coffee break? How many words did you say? Studies Pnut butr, pikls, pretsls . , . Today's student-tomorrow's secretary. Shirley Johnson. Freshmen prove to be effective error-preventive iyplsts. What a little concentrated effort will produce. , . Madelyn Norton and Sister Edith Mercedes care- fully prepare a chemical solution. ln... Who said Biology is a dull science? Melanie Joseph and Cathy Hemenway don't seem to think so. The Liberal Arts students prepare to transfer after graduation. Laboratory and library work are an essential part of the preparation. Miss McCarthy of the College of Mt, St. Vincent advises Barbara and Elaine on college admissions. Are you sure that is what the lab manual says? "How many grams does it say in the book?" Kathy McKeon Liberal Arts Mr. Zeitz explains PIato's Theory of the Cave to his interested sophomore class. gl-Iabla Ud. Espanol? and Parlez-vous frangais? A future English major . . . Blanche Leonard. Any Setonites in the news? 139 Activities Only love can bring individual beings to their perfect completion as individuals, by uniting them one with another, because only love takes possession of them and unites them by what is deepest within them. The Future of Man Activities are an important piece ot the college cloth. Here we learn to trans late our knowledge into the language of active living. The Holy Sacrifice ot the Mass transforms the gift ot service into re- demptive action. --""""l' , ,,...,W Xango , 'w,.- , K k A Rose Murphy encourages a budding artist at the Methodist Center. Ti 3 gf Diane Allegri gives a demonstration to an attentive audience. l42 Operation Service Generosity, understanding and love are elements vital to complete growth. Students volunteer their services at St. John's Hospital, the Graham Home, Fernclitt Home and the Methodist Center. These small, but significant attempts to aid others help Seton students to make real the Christian ideal of service. ,- 'T Chu - 'V 1 Margaret Conaty and children seem happy, it not busy! Barbara Cheney looks at some contemporary expressionism. Johrfs Hospital. Barbara Vail is off to work at St. John's Hospital. Volunteer Marge Caccioppi serves off-duty volunteer Vicki Shankey at St. Sister James de Lourdes discusses tutoring problems with Graham Home volunteers. Girl Scouts at Fernclitf Home learn arts and Crafts with Joanne Dolan. Patricia Buckley enjoys "baby-sitting" at Fern cliff Home. l43 Library aides, organized under the leadership of Student Council donate time and service for benefit of students. n- Student Council Officers confer with the Dean. Student Council Officers President-Karen Galloway Vice-President-Mary Finnerty Secretary-Patricia Dugan Moderator-Dr. Therese Rauner We're ready to serve you. . . Student Council. Under the leadership of the Stu- dent Council, students have partici- pated more effectively in the college community. l'm bored-let's campus someone . . , Judiciary Committee Members, N, Corrigan, D. Cosentino, C. Hayes, J. Cerrone. Missing: B. Miller, 144 M. Roco. You don't think so? Sodality meeting. Soclcilitu Officers Prefect-Patricia Dugan Vice-Prefect-Mary Ellen Tkaczyk Secretary-Colleen Dugan Treasurer-Melanie Joseph Moderator-Sister Marie Irene The Sodality of Elizabeth Seton College has become a group active in both spiritual and apostolic works. Through weekly cell meet- ings, a Bible Vigil, and a weekend retreat at Sophomores participate in Advent wreath ceremony. Sodality officers confer. the Cenacle House in Lake Ronkonkoma, New York, each girl has had the opportunity to search out and confirm her own ideals. Inter-collegiate meetings, food drives and the adoption of a Vietnamese child were some ofthe activities which gave expression to these ideals during the year. Happiness is a day at Fairfield. Discussions can be fun, Fairfield and Seton Sodalists discover 145 iv-' Mary Finnerty seems pleased with Gail Mallet's idea. Chcinclelle n 4 ...qu ' fwaa-fa Maria Barbieri hears suggestions from B. J. Fleming and Barbara Stasz. .4 NBVICY Nllolelf and Bafbafa Rohan adiusf laY0Uf5- Decision making. Kathy McKeon, Barbara Krug, Susan Davis and Rosalie Komora. Elizabethan I46 Pulzlifhed by lhe .rludenlx of Elizabeth Seton College. n junior college for women. 1061 North Broadway. Yonkers, N.Y. Iidiinrf Colleen Dugan. Armlant Enlltorf Blanche Leonard, lidimriul Szuyf' Jacqueline D'Orazio, An- nette Ficara, Mary Finnerry, Diane Harms, Barbara Krug, Adele Porter. Emilie-Mary Puzio, Barbara Rohan, Nancy Rotirori, Lucy Sanraniello. Monica Schaefer, Christine Socha. Barbara Stasz, Loreen Sweeney, Nora ma Trovaro, Linda Votta. Elizabethan staff members check over the latest edition. Burinerx Manager: Diane Harms. Freshman staff members view film strip in newswrifing. 1966 Mr. Frost of Charles Studio gives photography tips Angie and Jane struggle with sophomore lay-outs. to Pat Kiernan and Beverly Simons. Our research department: Cecilia Atanasio, Mary Neumann, Frances Castellano, Susan Davis, Susan Lang. F ff. 'X-s Staff members: Susan Boyd, Margherita Norrito, Melanie Joseph and Diane Penner learn the art of cropping. Editor: Mary Dee English Contributors: Ann Iorizzo, Adele Porter, Joan lgi fitl QJJ Weisman, Cecelia Williams, Blanche Leonard, Mary Dee English, Joann Neary, Jo Jagus, Mary Barrett. Drcumcl Club Officers: KAREN GALLOWAY FRANCINE PETRUCCI MARYLYNNE TOMASCO Moderator: MR. TARAS The Drama Clubs of Iona and Seton practice for "Antigone," lsmene lLillian DeMarcol looks on as Antigone lAnne Cantillionl expresses her love for l-laemon lCharles Coppingerl. The Guard lPeter Walshl tells Creon lLouis Avalosl and the page lDonna Coxl that someone has tried to bury the body. Karen Galloway lStage Manager? and the crew of Antigone acknowledge well deserved applause. Two of the "Twelve Angry Jurors" re-enact the crime. ey -if -+- Jurors deliberate nervously as tension mounts. Hostile juror lPeter Walsh! tries to convince Marylynne Tomasco that the defendant is guilty. l49 'V+' Glee Club sings at lnvestiture, Glee Club Glee Club Officers President-Patricia O'Hara Vice-President-Joan Larizza Sec,-Treasurer-Donna Izzo Director-Mr, Jacques Moderator-Sister Thomas Mary Joan Larizza, Pat O'Hara and Donna Izzo, Glee Club officers, practice a new selection. Practice makes perfect! Here we go a-wassailing. There's a time for work and a time for play 'Qu "Let there be peace on earth." Mr. Jacques directs. It only looks hard!" Organized Games-E.S.C. vs. Thomas More. "All right, we give up. Where's the ball? Athletic Association President--Joan Larizza Business Manager-Linda O'Connor Coach-Miss Abigail Mahoney Moderator-Sister Miriam Charles Yes, Linda, it's still there." Anybody's ball-E.S.C. vs. St. John's. Go! Fight! Win! Srnilel You're on Candid Camera! Donna Kelly supervises decorating. Social Life Ellzalselln 5e'l'on ..-'E FQVQQ HE fqfx fer'-6 Hearts and flowers. Yes? Gail Young. The pause that refreshes. There's a monkey from Boston lost somewhere! 'UK 'lf' Candleglow and Mistletoe at the Westchester Country Club. Officers President-Donna Kelly Vice-President-Cecelia Distabile Sec.-Treasurer--Kay Moriarity Moderator--Sister Francis Marita Shall we dance? l Social life officers: Donna Kelly, Cecelia Distabile and Nancy Corrigan confer with committee members, 6 Art Club Officers President-Rose Murphy Vice-President-Pamela Schultz Secretary-Jean Perrotta Moderator-Sister Maria Celestia Art Club members prepare for Spring Exhibit Seton Still wagon Mary Jo Gloiek and Annette Ficara President Rose Murphy demonstrates the use of the kiln .., ' " .. r?',e4?Krgvlsi.,' S X ' ,, 1 A5 ' , :Fi . V fl ' 'L S- 5255 A . ' H ' . ' Joan Fox and Pam Schultz experiment with water colors. Modern Dance iii' o Directors Ka ren Galloway Carol Jazwinski Modern dancers Iimber up. Dance club instructors, Carol Jazwinski and Karen Galloway discuss the week's lesson. Seton's "dying swans!" Young Citizens President-B. J. Fleming Moderator-Sister James de Lourdes The Young Citizens Club sponsors f discussions, pictures, movies, and stu- dent polls in an effort to arouse inter- est in political affairs. Young Citizens officers discuss agenda for weekly meeting, 157 AWCI PQHQSS Father Daniel Lyons sheds light on the Viet Nam situation. Sister Miriam Imelda congratulates Lynn Padler at the Honors Convocation while Mary Finnerty looks on. According to Dr, McDermott the tra- ditional viewpoint of aesthetics must Mr. Zeitz lends an ear to the pacifist views of Mr. Thomas Cornell and be Changed. Mr. Peter Steinfels. Seton's contributions to the world of GLAMOUR: P. Cashman, S. Hartman, J. Malter, K. Fischer, J. Miller. 29 ff z V Za' J. Kuntz and M. Neumann are engrossed by Sidney Representatives from NFCCS talk to the student body. Miss Reid captivates listeners with her views on the rising African nations. CaHahan's ideas on the woman's role in society, Academic procession begins Honors Assembly. 159 Seton's "Sugar Daddies! SIX foot two, eyes of blue, has any- No matter what shape your stomach's in." body seen my dad? "They're all mine ML4 Dcipci 1 Sing along with Joan. "l realize this is the two step, Dad, but. . ." "Shall we dance? The Gurrys and the Bannigans get together at our coffee sign up. Up the ladder goes Santa's helper, Connie Hayes. Christmas at Seton It was anything but a silent Who were you expecting, Santa Claus? P. Lorenz and A. Perrone and Sister Marie Irene. night! E i l' Q53 'ig Bible vigil precedes campus Christmas activities. Sister Noela Miriam and Mrs. Ryan chat during a Sister Miriam Imelda and brief intermission. Faculty Christmas dinner, Doctor Rauner enjoy the ff s See what the Christmas spirit can get you! "These are a few of our favorite things." l "We wish you a Merry Christmas." 163 l 4 Scllute to the iw College at ,mai Luncheon Committee admires sweepstakes gifts The Mother's Guild Luncheon at the Waldorf on March 5th was a gala celebration of Middle States Accreditation. A sea of beautifully groomed women enjoy the cuisine and each other's company at the luncheon. ,qi X ,., V, L, Q I 5 2 1 1, V' X 4 if A- ,V f' Slim and Trim! The Bonwit Teller fashion models. Seton's "Roundtable! Freshman Officers sing thanks to sophomore sisters. Thank you, little sister. Cn the Light Side 5 The cult of St. Patrick. Kathy Kennedy dances Russian style. "Sun shines bright on my old Kentucky home." Once again . . . Edelweiss, "Paul, you're off key!" vw as "You say whistle?" "Fly me to the moon . . ." Joann Neary models at Mother's Club Hat Show. "Would you believe I905?" La chic jeune fille. 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Crystle, Carol 23, 159 Dale, Mary I8 Sister Bernard Dolores, 24, 159 Sister Marie Dorothy, 20 Flynn, Alice, 23 Francis, Eleanor, 19 Hoenig, George, 17, 133 Sister Miriam Imelda, 10, 11, 12 Sister Marie Irene, 18, 148, 162 Jacques, William 25, 150, 151 Sister Marian James, 16, 136 Sister Maria Joanna, 15 Kelliher, Mary, 25 Lohrfink, Ann, 24 Sister James de Lourdes, 21 , 159 Sister Miriam de Lourdes, 19 Sister Mary Luke, 17, 128 Mahoney, Abigail, 20 Mansfield, Barbara, 19 Sister Marian Margaret, 21 , 159 Sister Rose Maria, 16 Sister Joan Marian, 17, 159 Sister Francis Marita, 22, 167 Sister Thomas Mary, 18, 130 McGoldrick, Anne, 17 McLoughlin, Catherine, 17 Sister Edith Mercedes, 23, 138 Sister Irene Mercedes, 15, 129 8,158,163 Sister Marie Mercedes, 19, 128, 131, 159 Miller, Laurel, 24 Sister Agnita Miriam, 20 Sister Noela Miriam, 25, 163 Mulvehill, Margaret, 16, 159 Nichol, Dorothy, 20 Nunez, Horatio, Rev., 20 O'Keefe, Joseph, Rev., 10, 24 Rauner, Therese, 15, 163 Sister Alice Regina, 18, 128 Reidy, Marian, 23, 31, 128 Sister Anne Rosaire, 15, 128 Sister Mary Rose, 15, 31, 128, 1 Ryan, Edward, Mrs., 22, 163 Sovran, Lucia, 21 Spiak, Pauline, 25 Stanley, Anna, 21 Stauble, Margaret, 18 Stilo, Teresa, 21, 159 Taras, Marion, 21, 131 Troccoli, Irma, 22 Zeitz, Gerald, 16, 158, 159 A Allegri, Diane, 45, 131, 142 Arras, Kathleen, 35, 151 Atanasio, Cecilia, 43, 147 Auwerda, Ann, 63 29 Balles, Kathleen, 62, 77, '95, 116, 131, 163 Bandeo, Adriana, 86 Bannigan, Jeanne, 32, 161 Barbato, Carol Ann, 131, 150, 151 Barbieri, Maria, 70, 99, 144, 146, 167 Barrett, Mary Frances, 34, 1 Barry, Patricia, 34 Barry, Virginia 31, 151 Index Bitetto, Lynne Bombace, JoAnn, 35 Boyd, Susan, 62, 136, 147, 163 Brennan, Sally, 30, 32, 144, 166 Britton, Patricia, 29 Bruno, Patricia, 64, 131 Buckley, Patricia, 32 Burchell, Jane, 116, 124, 147 Byrne, Kathleen, 35 C Cacioppi, Margaret, 55, 132 Cahill, Cornelia, Cahill, Susan, 30 Calac, Claudette, 34 Cali, Charlene, 33 Cannizzaro, Claudia, 122, 160 Cantillon, Ann, 162 Cappetta, Catherine, 34 Carota, Patricia Carroll, Madeleine, 35 Cartwright, Sylvia, 34 Cassamassa, Anne, 33 Cashman, Patricia, 29, 134, 159 Castellano, Frances, 108, 147 Catena, Dolores, 71, 90, 132 Cavaliere, Marguerite, 50 152, Cerrone, Jody, 125, 144, 151, 162, 167 Citarella, Ann, 33 Chenausky, Patricia, 78, 144, 159 Cheney, Barbara, 112, 131 Clark, Patricia, 72, 95, 117, 134, 162 Coleman, Joan, 30 Coleman, Linda, 63, 156, 167 Conaty, Margaret, 30 Condon, Martha, 55 Congalton, Jacqueline, 31, 160 Conti, Barbara, 28, 35, 145, 146 Corrigan, Nancy, 102, 144, 155 Cortese, Marianne, 29 Cosentino, Donna, 41, 95, 117, I Cox, Donna, 111, 135 Crisham, Maureen, 33, 151, 163 Crotty, Maureen, 88, 145 Culkin, Lynn, 83 Culosi, JoAnn, 32 Cunningham, Martha, 34 D Daley, Anne Marie, 32, 117, 145 Davis, Susan, 57, 146, 147 Deery, Mary Beth, 151 De Fonseca, Maria, 32 De Lorenzo, Mary, 73, 135, 166 Della Rocco, Marcia, 49, 144 De Marco, Lillian, 29, 35, 137 De Marco, Myrna, 105 34, 144 Di Maria, Angelica, 116, 120, 132, 144, 147, 161 Distabile, Cecilia, 41, 135, 155 Dixon, Susan, 32 D'Orazio, Jacqueline, 33, 145 Dolan, Joanne, 29, 34 Dolan, Sueanne, 46, 139 Donlan, Dolores Donohue, Barbara, 80, 154 Drugan, Carolyn, 29, 160 Duffy, Damien, 30 Duffy, Maria, 29 Dugan, Colleen, 94, 102, 145, 146 Dugan, Patricia, 92, 94, 144, 145, 151, 160 157, Emerich, Helen, 32, 117 English, Mary Dee, 38, 130, 147 F Facchetti, Marie, 33 Farrell, Kathleen, 29, 144 Feeney, Veronica, 35, 151 Fehlner, Katherine, 30 Fey, Janet, 33 Ficara, Annette, 29, 1 Filip, Veronica, 34 56 Filipowski, Mary Ann, 71, 106 Finnerty, Mary, 115, 144, 146, 158 Finnerty, Susan, 34 Fischer, Kathryn, 29, 35, 159, 166 Flaminio, Elaine, 85, 138, 139, 151 Flanigan, Karen, 29, 134, 157 Fleming, Betty Jane, 96, 146, 157 Fogelburg, Christine, Foscato, Marijo, 30 Fox, Eileen, 72, 154 Fox, Joan, 30, 156 34 Fraundorfer, Carol Ann, 34 G Gainor, Florence, 31 Gallagher, Carol, 29 Galloway, Karen, 95, 157, 159, 161 Garry, Margaret, 34 Gasser, Marilyn, 35 107,130,144 Genovese, Romaine, 33 Giacomo, Patricia, 95, 134, 167 Gillis, Mary Jo, 29, 33, 34 Gilmartin, Sharon, 29 Gilmore, Maureen, 91, 137 Glennon, Margaret, 29, 35, 150 Glojek, Mary Jo, 29, Gordon, Francine, 33 Grabarz, Frances, 34 Grabowski, Marlaine, 156, 167 34 Grainger, Marjorie, 30 Gregory, Barbara, 86, 95, 166 Grimaldi, Francine, 33 Grogan, Maureen, 30 Gurreri, Emily, 35 Gurry, Kathleen, 28, 161 H Haley, Ann Marie, 32 Hall, Barbara, 28 Hancock, Marguerite Hanle, Linda, 28 Harms, Diane, 151 Hartman, Sheila, 30, Havlin, Ann, 32, 159 Hayes, Constance, 70, 162, 167 159 Hayden, Ann Marie, 95, 123, 134 Healey, Alicia, 35, 137 Hemenway, Catherine, 106, 138, 144 157 Heppner, Carole, 65, Heslin, Kathleen, 95 Hickey, Pamela, 29 95 Hines, Margo, 29, 32, 134 Hogan, Elizabeth, 29 Houston, Donna, 131 Hughes, Kathleen, 10 1,144,152,153 159 lorizzo, Anne, 35, 147, 151 Izzo, Donna, 65, 95, J 150,151,153, 161 Jackson, Gwendolyn, 35 100,144,153 Benza, Kathy Jo, 116, 132, 153, 156 Berberat, Mary Lou, 30, 166 Bilyak, Marilyn, 71, 120, 132, 144 Eboli, Ana, 76, 131 Edwardes, Josephine, 1 19, 134 184 Jazwinski, Carol, 34, 137, 157 Johansson, Claire, 28, 151 Johnson, Shirley, 75, 136, 137 Joseph, Melanie, 69, 94, 138, 145, 147, 151, 160 Judd, Lynn, 28 K Kaczorowski, Janice, 81, 145 Kautz, Sharon, 35 Keckeissen, Linda, 47, 139 Kelley, Marguerite, 61 Kelly, Donna, 89, 154, 155 Kempinski, Sherry, 88, 94, 132 Kenna, Gail Ann, 40 Kennedy, Catherine, 33 Kennedy, Gayle, 95, 167 Kennedy, Kathleen lSoph.1, 42 Kennedy, Kathleen lFrosh.1, 28, 151, 166 Kerrigan, Ann, 33 Kiernan, Patricia, 35, 147 Kiley, Elizabeth, 29, 35, 144, 151, 154, 156 King, Barbara, 28 Kinsella, Gail, 32, 160 Klett, Cynthia, 28 Koeneke, Patricia, 33 Komora, Rosalia, 97, 146 Kowsky, Claire, 84 Krug, Barbara, 69, 146 Kuntz, Janice, 76, 144, 159 L La Barbara, Julie Lang, Susan, 58, 145, 147 Larizza, Joan, 95, 131,150, 161, 162 La Sala, Lenora, 112, 132 Leach, Mary, 33, 145 Lee, Anne, 33 Lee, Mary, 32, 70 Lema, Legia, 29 Leonard, Blanche, 81, 139, 146, 147 Levesque, Marie Le Voci, Linda, 150 Libutti, Partricia, 48 Libutti, Patricia, 48 Lindon, Kathleen, 75 Long, Miriam, 83, 121 Lorden, Christine, 56, 71 Lorenz, Margaret, 57, 132, 162, 167 Lovett, Alma, 51, 71, 136, 154 Low, Susan, 73, 95, 144, 151,153 Luglio, Judith, 33 Lynskey, Margaret, 34 Lyons, Judith, 30 Lyttle, Mary, 28, 151 M Malcom, Susan, 31 Mallett, Gail, 87, 145, 146 Malloy, Barbara, 95, 99, 116 Malter, Joan, 30, 151, 159 Mancuso, Elizabeth, 96 Manning, Martha, 33, 144, 157, 167 Marazino, Carol, 93, 95, 117 Marchionni, Florence, 39 Marra, Cheryl, 35 McCarthy, Agnes, 45 McCarthy, Anne, 44, 151 McCarthy, Mary, 54 McCormack, Marcia, 46, 95, 166 McCoy, Linda, 28, 160 McDonald, Janet McFeely, Susan, 35 McGeorge, Nancy, 35 McGrory, Francine, 33, 70 McKeon, Kathleen, 82, 138, 146 McKone, Mary, 95, 139 McPhee, Janet, 33 Meehan, Patricia, 33 Miller, Barbara, 118 Miller, Jean, 33, 35, 151, 159 Index Modugno, Carol Montagnino, Elizabeth, 32, 151 Moriarty, Katherine, 52, 94, 134, 155 Morrissey, Catherine, 33 Mulcahy, Margaret, 29 Mulder, Marilyn, 28 Muro, Rosemary, 32, 134, 151 Murphy, Ellen, 56, 70, 166 Murphy, Gayle, 32, 134 Murphy, Joan, 31, 157 Murphy, Karen, 35 Murphy, Kathleen, 31, 151 Murphy, Rose, 71, 78, 130, 156 Murtha, Bernadine, 1 12 N Nash, Kathleen, 151 Neumann, Mary, 109, 147, 159 Nizolek, Nancy, 31, 146 Noble, Lucy, 32, 156 Nolan, Mary, 32, 71 Norrito, Margherita, 1 11, 1 16, 133, 144, 147 Norton, Madelyn, 66, 138, 162 Nowak, Carolann, 35 0 O'Brien, Gretchen, 30 O'Brien, O'Brien, Kathleen, 104 Mary Ann, 30, 32, 35, 144, 166 Roberts, Marie, 31, 137 Robertson, Mary, 74, 151 Roccati, Marie, 32, 163, 166 Roco, Mercedes, 59 Rogers, Michele, 32 Rohan, Barbara, 70, 125, 138, 146 Roll, Roberta, 113, 139 Rotiroti, Nancy, 33 Runey, Kathleen, 60 S Saich, Margaret, 33 Salem, Claudia, 35 Sanderson, Gale, 87, 160 Sansalone, Elena, 31, 137 Santaniello, Lucy, 109 Santoro, Frances, 48 Schaefer, Monica, 70, 83, 146 Schiavone, Wanda, 30 Schirano, Pamela, 40 Schultz, Pamela, 30, 144, 156 Schwab, Barbara, 33 Shankey, Victoria, 49, 143 Shay, Ann, 28, 34 Shelton, Jean, 32, 134, 160 Shea, Eileen, 50, 116, 133, 144 Sheridan, Margaret, 32 Shugg. Elizabeth, 31 Simons, Beverly, 32, 147 Skalicky, Diane, 94, 118, 132 Ochsenreiter, Diane, 34, 137 O'Connor, Linda, 94, 95, 98, 153, 166 O'Connor, Winifred, 1 14 O'Hara, Patricia, 95, 123, 150, 151, 162 O'Neill, Ann, 93, 136, 145, 159 O'Rourke, Geraldine, 99 P Padler, Lynn, 105, 158 Pallone, Barbara, 95, 121 Parutka, Mary, 97, 132, 157, 160 Passalacqua, Ann, 30 Paulis, Lorraine, 31, 32 Payton, Betty Ann, 64 Peacock, Eileen, 28 Pello, Victoria, 28, 30, 35, 144, 145, 153, 156 Penner, Diane, 116, 119, 132, 147, 151 Perrone, Alicia, 113, 151, 162 Perrotta, Jean, 84, 130, 156 Petrizelli, Regina, 77 Petrucci, Francine, 92, 130, 166 Pezzuto, Marie, 151 Piazza, JoAnn, 33 Piderit, Celeste, 28, 30, 144, 166 Pilling, Betty Ann, 32, 166 Porter, Adele, 28, 35, 144, 146, 154 Previdi, Marcia, 115, 134 Prigatano, Cheryl, 32 Prince, Gail, 67, 151, 152 Procario, Adeline, 33 Puzio, Emilie-Mary, 68, 70, 146 Q Quilty, Marjorie, 54, 144 Quinn, Mary, 91, 117, 133 Quis, Patricia, 32 R Ramin, Susan, 32 Reid, Kate Reilly, Ann, 58,71 Reiner, Mary, 103 Reiser, Marianne, 62, 94, 132 Repola, Elaine, 30 Ris, Suzanne, 32 Risse, Karen, 61 Richardson, Denise, 53 Roberts, Barbara, 32, 151 185 Socha, Christine, 28 Spallone, Joanne, 108, 144, 145 Stafford, Colleen, 71, 110, 156, 160 Stasz, Barbara, 89, 146, 169 Stillwagon, Seton, 30, 156, 166 Storlazzi, Jane, 53, 95, 138, 163 Strain, Kathleen, 28, 32 Stubbe, Gretchen, 32 Svitila, Delores, 32 Sweeney, Loreen, 33, 146 Syso, Mary Ann, 31, 34, 137, 157 T Thomas, Alexandra Tkaczyk, Mary Ellen, 79, 94, 130, 145 Tobin, Sheila, 136 Tole, Mary Claire, 104, 139, 144, 153 Tomasco, Marilynne, 52, 130, 162 Toner, Carol, 51, 95, 130 Trevisani, Isabel, 39 Trombello, Diana, 44, 132, 145 Trovato, Norma, 38 Twasutyn, Kathleen, 33 V Vail, Barbara, 28, 144 Vegliante, Barbara, 28 Velez, Judy, 32 Vitale, Anne, 34, 145 Votta, Linda, 33, 146 W Walsh, Eileen, 43, 138 Ward, Genevieve, 62, 71 Watts, Frances, 32 Weisman, Joan, 42 Weiss, AnnMarie, 31, 150, 151 Williams, Cecilia 80, 139, 147 Wilson, Marianne, 31, 32 Wurz, Barbara 47, 95, 152 Y Yerkes, Catherine, 28 Young, Gail, 85, 154 Z Zane, Theresa, 100, 161 Zazarrino, Elizabeth, 70, 71, 110 Zengen, Virginia, 70, 114, 153 Zulauf, Holly, 31 Jane Burchell Betty Jane Fleming Susan Boyd Mary Parutka Maureen Crotty Susan Davis Susan Lang Cecilia Atanasio Barbara Donohue Mary Finnerty Catherine Hemenway Steiff Editor-in-Chief MARIA BARBIERI Copy Editor Monica Schaefer Business Manager Barbara Stasz Layout Editor Rosalia Komora Margherita Norrito Photography Editor Lenora La Sala Typing Editor Gail Mallett Frances Castellano Publicity Barbara Krug General Assistants Beverly Simons Mary Neumann Barbara Rohan Elaine Flaminio Diane Penner Angelica DiMaria Kathleen McKeon Roberta Roll Ann 0'Neil Melanie Joseph Patricia Kiernan Nancy Nizolek Acknowledgments The publication of a yearbook involves the efforts of many people outside of the immediate staff. 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