Elizabeth Seton High School - Clipper Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1953

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To the Sisters of Charity who overcame many hardships and inconveniences to enable us to enjoy A the priceless gift of Catholic education energy and financial assistance -that Elizabeth Seton t High School may prosper . . . To these our true benefactors with deep appre- ciation , We Dealccale 746 Hafner: 55 5 M 74 . . 51 I E in Q , I . . . To our parents, Who have devoted their time and i ' I I Wifi mil WW' i P firm' t iflitfiii ifgfliwl if Q ffzamawzbaeacwzeganidf THE SENIOR CLASS Elizabeth Seton High School 1900 Pioneer Avenue Pittsburgh 26, Pennsylvania MOTHER SETON Mother Seton, pioneer, teacher, and foundress of the American Sisters of Charity, has always Watched over her "little red school" with tender, loving devotion. She has been with the Sisters since the doors opened in 1941 and, no doubt, rejoices with us at the dedication of the new school. It is presumably through her intercession that We have obtained many favors. It is with deep gratitude and love that we proudly salute Mother Seton, model of Womanhood, Datroness and benefactress of our school. THE MOST REVEBEND IOHN F. DEARDEN, S.T.D. Bishop of Pittsburgh A Message from His Excellency: Dear Friends, h d d' t'on of the new building at Elizabeth Seton High School is a T e e 1ca1 very memorable occasion. lt is a concrete expression of the remarkable vigor and strength of this youthful institution. I know that this day is one of special happiness for the Sisters of Charity, for the students and alumnae of the high school, their parents and the very many friends of Elizabeth Seton. Their interest and their efforts have brought this building into being. As they see the new structure designed to extend and to enrich the Works of Elizabeth Seton High School, I know that they will join me in giving thanks to Almighty God. It is our common prayer and hope that t is ins 1 to grow and be strengthened. May those who teach here and those who are taught be brought in it to a greater love of God. h ' t'tution of learning continue Sincerely yours in Christ, 7r 5? Bishop of Pittsburgh THE REVEREND IAMES L. QUINN Pastor of Resurrection parish in which Eliza- beth Seton High School is located. We take this opportunity to express our gratitude to Father Quinn for kindnesses manifested toward ESHS throughout the years. It is in Resurrection Church the students assist at Mass on special occasions: it is here commencement exercises are held each year. VERY REVEREN D MON SIGNOR THOMAS I. QUIGLEY, lVI.A., Ph.D. Superintendent of Schools rr if Az MOTHER M. CLAUDIA Mother Superior of the Sisters of Charity Seton Hill, Greensburg, Pennsylvania It was through Mother Claudia's desire to estab- lish a school for girls under the special patronage of Mother Seton, that Elizabeth Seton High School came into being. It was she who transacted the purchase in 1941 of the original building. With a deep convic- tion that such a school would flourish, her faith and prayer brought a long hoped-for dream to reality. "Courage, deeply-rooted in faith, should charac- terize every Seton woman," were the words Mother Claudia spoke to the girls in the first graduating class in 1945. This same message can well be extended to us, the class of '53, today. . Virol SISTER REGINA CLARE Principal 1941-1947 Always linked with the name of Elizabeth Seton High School will be the name of Sister Regina Clare, who laid the foundation for the present ESHS. Under her wise super- vision as principal, the present school opened, grew, and developed. Because of her far-reaching vision and unfal- tering trust, ESHS enjoys the reputation it holds today. Her profound devotion to Mother Seton was the whet- stone of her activities. Unwaveringly Sister Regina Clare met all challenges during those first years in establishing the school. Of her can be said: Who shall find a valiant woman? Far and from the uttermost coasts is the price of her . . . She hath opened her mouth of wisdom, and the law of clemency is on her tongue . . . Give her of the fruit of her hands and let her works praise her in the gates. SISTER MARY AGNES Principal 1947-1952 Administrator 1952-1953 Sister Mary Agnes . . . advisor, principal, ad- ministrator, under whose guidance and wisdom the plans for the new Elizabeth Seton High School were devised. "ln His Will is our peace," truly is the key- note of all her endeavors. Because she held securely to her deep trust in Mother Seton, financial worries and building problems never overwhelmed her. When apparently insurmountable difficulties came her way, Sister's only remark was, "We'll put this in Mother Seton's hands and leave the rest to God." The new ESHS building will stand as a tribute to her sac- rifices and accomplishments. 4-q ff x. ll gf f0'6Q0fU662 Elizabeth Seton High School was founded some twelve years ago. It was the result of a dream of the Sisters of Charity to establish a girls' high school in the rapidly developing South Hills of Pittsburgh. When the old West Liberty School building was offered for sale by the Board of Education late in 1940, Mother Claudia, superior of the Seton Hill Sisters of Charity, wrote to his Excellency, Bishop Hugh C. Boyle, who negoti- ated for her the purchase of the building which was to be transformed into a Catholic high school for girls. In May of 1941, the Sisters set out upon the seemingly insurmountable task of turning a run-down, dirt-laden old building to a clean, attractive school with quarters for a temporary convent. Despite countless hardships and inconven- iences to the Sisters, the building-repaired, clean, and boasting a fresh coat of paint-was ready within a few months for the actual beginning of its new career as a Catholic high school. Soon, the Pittsburgh newspapers announced the opening, September 2, 1941, of Elizabeth Seton High School which would offer qualified college preparatory, commercial, and general business courses. Sunday, August 31, marked the formal blessing of the school by Monsignor Henry Carlin. Reverend Oliver Keefer, in delivering the dedication address, likened the school to Mother Seton, who, too, set out on the greatest period of her life after being converted to the Catholic Church. On Tuesday following the dedication, September 2, 1941, Mass was offered for the first time in the little chapel. The first high Mass was sung by Father David, O.F.1V1. Cap., superior of the St. Francis Friary, at midnight, Christmas, 1941. T R MEM as it appeared in September 1951 after remodeling The main building of ESHS Built in 1898. This is what the main building looked like in 1915. The cross replaced the beliry in luly 1951 ' 5 Seventy-seven freshmen enrolled in the first class. Each year, as enrollment increased, a new class was formed until 1945 when the school was complete with freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes. A letter dated November 16 of Pennsylvania stating that the school was placed on the state accredited list ot high schools. As scholastic achievements were reached, ESHS was granted charters in the National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, National Forensic League, Musart Club, and various diocesan honor societies. As the enrollment increased, the need tor additional facilities arose. Expansion of ESHS became a necessity. Plans were drawn up for a new building, providing enlarged academic facilities and a convent. , 1944 came from lames G. Pentz of the Department of Public Instruction Ground was broken for the new building, Sunday, September 9, 1951. October of that same year brought the welcome steamshovel which began excavation for the new school. Eager students, parents, benefactors, and Sisters watched the walls rise, brick by brick, and the rooms take shape. Soon time to lay the cornerstone rolled around. Sunday, May 26, 1952, Father Holzer, assistant pastor of Resurrection Parish and instructor of religion at ESHS, blessed the stone. Finally, Mother Seton so guided everything that in spite of a few "setbacks" in materials, spring of 1953 sees the completion ot the new addition to Elizabeth Seton. With it, an enriched program becomes available to over 400 students. ln addition to a convent, auditorium, social-dining room, and chapel, the building will provide a science laboratory, commercial department, and music studios. . ....-ugh We 79 "!F""' Om SISTER M. DOMINICA Principal 1952 When We returned to Seton as seniors, Sister Dominica, our new principal, greeted us. Sister had been at ESHS 1944-48 in the capacity of history teacher. Her gracious manner and ready smile made the office an inviting place. Here we sought advice on our future plans and discussed our weighty problems. K CU! if 1, Father Paul A. Holzer Sister Marietta Sister M. Ioanna 49... -iirv' i Sister Marie Anthony Sister M. Marguerite Sister Mary Ianet ,. k M . We thank those who taught us to love and honor Elizabeth Seton and her tradi- tions. Our teachers have patiently guided and instructed us through our four years at Seton. Although our future years are still uncertain, we are confident that We can meet the challenges of the World forti- fied with Catholic principles instilled into us at our Alma Mater. Father Joseph Newell Mr. Aldo Pitassi "QL--of -ge-f Sister Cecilia Sister M. Cornelia Sister Mary Zoe if I 'ff-as-.A-A Sister M. Colette Sister Martin de Porres Sister M. Iacinta 01? STUDENT COUNCIL MEETS-Mary Pat Wilhem, president, leads discussion with council members Iudy Kirsch, Eleanor Peterson, Carmella Petraqlia, Nancy Austin, Mary Honore Duffy, Rosemary Fleming, Barbara Kasper, Kay Charlton, Audrey Nowak, Iackie Wheatley, Kathleen Walton, Carol Ramassin, Elaine Ienniuqs. Activities at Seton play an important and neces- sary part in our school life. No matter Where our interests lie, we are able to develop them in our vari- ous clubs and honor societies. These societies en- deavor not only to make us interested in co-curricular activities, but also to serve as goals for many of us. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INITIATES NEW MEMBERS -Mary Ann Lemak, Carmella Petraglia, Iacqueline Wheat- ley, Nancy Austin, Carol Ramassin, Ioan Werneth, Letitia Brett. BOOKKEEPING AWARDS-Rose Marie Paladino, Mary Grace Sweeney, Iacqueline Iardine, Alycia Taskey, Susan Shakoske, Mildred Baranak, Kay Charlton receive awards. CLASSICAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS-Carol Dough- erty, Nancy Austin, Mary Ieanne Dacy, Eleanor Peterson, Elaine Iennings. First Row CLett to Rightl: Nancy Kristone, Eleanor Peterson, Barbara Kasper, Letitia Brett, Marion Dietz. Virginia Adair. Anna Marie Hofrichter: Second Row: Nancy Austin, Alice Flynn, Ioan O'Connor, Carol Ramassin, Rosemary Fleming, Elaine Iennings: Third Row: Mary Ann Lemak, Mildred Baranak, Norma lean Crothers, Kay Charle ton, Kathleen Dolan, Morna Dugan, Kathleen Wal- ton: Fourth Row: Audrey Nowak, Marcella Hel- terty, Dorothy Dolan, Carol Dougherty, Carmella Petraglia, Mary Grace Sweeney, Patricia Kaqrise. I u HISTORY HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS PRESENT PROGRAM-Ioan O'Connor, Marion Dietz, Car- mella Patraglia. COMMERCIAL STUDENTS OPERATE MIMEO- GRAPH-Marcella Helierty, Carol Rarnassin, Dolores Weiblinger, Kathleen Dolan, Mary Lou 4 -v 4 I 3 4 G I . L Ct t g , K f I fy 6. I I I It W 5' My ,ivt ' , I y"Viy, Lqy Y , 5, f,,,,-- ,V of CLIPPER STAFF PLANS LAYOUTS-Carol Hamas- sin, Mary Ann Lemak, Nancy Austin, editor: Kathleen Walton, Carmella Petraglia, Patricia Kaqrise. Q-1 Collins are members of the Commercial Honor A CHEMISTS IN THE MAKING-Mary Ann Lemak, Society. Kathleen Walton, Letitia Brett, Ioan Werneth. ..,-E fart 'iv Zaqfq Zag S MR. O'TOOLE EXPLAINS PLANS-of the new building to seniors Nancy Kristone and Ioan O'Connor. ,H IN THE CAFETERIA-Mrs. Tschippert tempts Betty Burke, Kay Charlton, Mary Ieanne Dacy, Dorothy Dolan, and Rita Grandillo with tasty hot dishes, QNXE' 100 vl Xovilodve ip eat -to 155 X ,NX X0 010229 C992 9632 Qing q ex 05 Ok Oiqyxefx . QM OQQY5 ZCQTBOXOX Oo END OF ANOTHER DAY-Catherine Fantucci, Q61 16,0 Barbara Weber, Rita Grandillo, Geraldine Murtha O 309 9, start for home. Sql Ogxxo Q0 r A ' 5 l n.. I wif. .. ,.,, . ,W,,,f .ww , 1" . - YJCIETY MEMBERS PERFORM DUTIES- SENIORS WATCH PROGRESS -of the new build , Daley, Morna Dugan, Mary Honore ing on lunch hour. W r iffrwtw Eileen Gallagher. FRENCH CLUB GIVES SKITS-Morna Dugan. Andrea Kois, Jacqueline Wheatley, Eva Fab- ian, Barbara Weber, Nancy Kristone. umm BETTY ANN SHOPPE CRegular stop for potato chips and pretzelsl-Mary Walsh, Gayle Farrell, Clissa Heukeshoven. Dorothy Dolan, Marcella Helferty, Iacqueline Iardine, Rita Grandillo. PORTRAIT FOR NEW SCHOOL-Mary Ieanne Dacy and Carol Dougherty dis- play the picture of Mother Seton which is to hang in the main entrance of the new building. COMMERCIAL STUDENTS-Alycia Taskey. Clissa Heukeshoven, Catherine Fantucci, Chrise tine Della Vecchia watch Mary Remmel set up a letter to multigraph. ,11i ,, SENIOR TYPISTS ACQUIRE SKILL-Dolores Weiblinger, Alycia Taskey, Peggy Larbig, Mary Remmel, Pauline Coleman, Susan Shakoske. Fha-7' Wing my 26, 7952 X si, , .401 .,, LITTLE COMMENCEMENT-When our "front porch" becomes the "stage," for the exercises which mark the end of each school year. At this time the underclassmen receive awards earned during the year in various clubs and activities. Father Holzer is pictured making the presentations as Sister Mary Agnes reads the names . at "Litt1e Commencement," Iune 13, 1952. SCENE FROM SHUBERT ALLEY-Bar' bara Kasper as Christina, and Alice Flynn as Nellie. ,, 5.1 I .xi-sa rn..L CURTAIN CALL FOR "SCI-IUBERT ALLEY"-Ioan Werneth, Audrey Nowak, Andrea Kois, Kathleen Walton, Mary Honore Duffy, Rosemary Fleming, Alice Flynn, Mary Ann Daley, Mary Lou Collins, Eleanor Peterson, Barbara Kasper, Mary Grace Sweeney, Iacqueline Wheatley, Letitia Brett, Virginia Adair, Barbara Weber, Kathleen Walton, Norma Iean Crothers, Mildred Baranak. ., 2 2 QQ U de af0m.!fJfe OUR TINY CHAPEL . . . which accommodated only a dozen of us . . . here We brought our problems in our daily visits . . . we will cherish memories of the first chapel at Seton. is fa OUR EXQUISITE NEW TABERNACLE BEARS THE INSCRIPTION "Gift of ESHS Parents Be pleased, O Lord, To reward them with eternal life." No gift could be more fitting tor our new building than an earthly "home" ot gold for our Eucharistic King. MOTHER SETON-in stained glass . . . the- new Chapel windows POIUGY Sym' Norma lean Crothers, Iudy Kirsch, Alice Flynn, bOhCUHY her story' Mary Ann Daley' Andrea Kois, Anna Marie Hotrichter admire Mary Grace Sweeney, Kay Charlton parents' gm' study the symbolism. 17 eg THEGEROARE' Sunday, September 9, l95l brought the NBLESSES ot A106 lt long awaited day when we broke ground for QUXN Shot' et FATHER me :dist the new building . . . soon the steam shovels fbeioie be an excavation . . . ea er students and Sis- Q g ters watched the building go up brick by brick . . . then another day of note when the corner- stone was laid, Sunday, May 26 . . . Mother Claudia placed the first trowel of cement on the stone . . . heavy showers tailed to interrupt the cerernony. PLACING DOCUMENTS SISTER M. VICTORIA, Councilor of the Sisters of Charity, Seton Hill: MOTHER M. CLAUDIA, Superior of the Sisters of Charity: SISTER MARY AGNES place documents, historical records in copper box later placed in cornerstone of new building. X-at Sl Q. 19 stef' BBB h MGX? COX 5 KING. SEYSEEKQY' Sxslletfrorxcxs gS5lNGfioi gxiiowel O ix x H ' 5 Be Y. rr EBL . me q Gaoutllfeeiet, we Luci BB BEADS 32, ctoudfflhe Stone G ' . fatbegl PM C- Y EB KOL7- wwte MO me totlxnq Pxqite YATH em0I1Y . on X01 Nwels' stone CS! preiwcu rnorwi W 70e5 Om 79 I I I I Our Parent's Guild is one of Seton's greatest assets. They are an enthusiastic, sacrificing, cooperative group Whose aim is to aid Elizabeth Seton culturally and socially as Well as financially. Our mothers and fathers take over the responsi- bility of another "home" very seriously. Their schedule includes sponsoring lectures and plays, arranging career panel discussions for their meetings, and enjoy- ing social parties together. They Work tirelessly on ac- tivities throughout the year to increase the Building Fund. The new building is a monument to their sacrifice for Catholic education for their own children and for tuture Setonians. We can see Why Sister Mary Agnes says, "We could never have reached this day Without the amazing, incredible cooperation of our mothers and fathers." "The ESHS Guild is second to none," was Mother Claudia's comment on the occasion of the tenth anniver- sary communion breakfast-May, 1951. May Mother Seton guard their homes, protect their families, and intercede for them in heaven. GUILD OFFICERS-William Nich- ols, Mrs. Iohn Haney, Mrs. Fred Eckhardt, S. W. Ianoski, Mrs. Frank Ganser. Wuutmcza 77mtq at Seton mfhvw Zayhaf 4 Smoke '1 .,.-1 Mary Patricia Wilhem Presiclcizt, Student Council Resurrection Virginia Grace Adair St. Agatha Nancy Gale Austin St. Norbert Mildred Ann Baranak Holy Innocents Letitia Marie Brett Resurrection Elizabeth Beatrice Burke Resurrection Kathleen Grace Charlton Resurrection l Pauline Agnes Coleman St. Kieran Norma Jean Crothers St. Kieran Mary Jeanne Paulette Dacy Epiphany Mary Ann Daley Holy Innocents Christine Joanne Della Vecchia "ISV in A ,V xy , -' St. Bernard Marion Carol Dietz Holy Innocents Shirley Ann Dimperio St. Stephen Dorothy Irene Dolan St. Stephen ' NI K Kathleen Frances Dolan ze Resurrection Carol Suzanne Dougherty Resurrection Mary Honore Duffy St. Stephen Morna Jeanne Dugan St. Cyril 4 Eva Irene Fabian St. Ann Catherine Mary Fantucci St. Agatha W' iw ,lf-7' 445 , 'HX We ff M., 03: My , ., . , ff, X ' .5 I 1 4 z y 9 2 I 13 I Y ' if f f 2ff"", Z, ,,, ,Q IWW wa. W.,-f y K ,J 6. 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J, 1, ,p ,4w aMf2,.:gf , , 1 4' use , ., w "'N VM i Jw 1 - 1 J 'fe A J f' V 'F 5' 4 ff., 1.- 43- ,' I l Patricia Ann Kagrise St. Margaret Barbara Louise Kasper St. Philip Judith Catherine Kirsch St. Bernard Andrea Joan Kois Guardian Angels Donna Mary Kossler Resurrection Nancy Ann Kristone St. Kieran Margaret Joan Larbig St. Kieran Mary Ann Theresa Lemak Resurrection Geraldine Theresa Murtha St. Stephen Audrey Bernadette Nowak St. Catherine Joan Ann O'Connor St. Kieran Rose Marie Paladino Resurrection Mary Grace Loretta Palamone St. Bernard Judith Marie Paul St. Anselm Eleanor Margaret Peterson Holy Innocents Carmella Marie Petraglia St. Mary of the Mount Carol Ann Ramassin Resurrection Mary Winifred Remmel St. Canice Judith Marie Ritter St. Mary Magdalene Susan Dawn Shakoske St. Philip Mary Grace Ann Sweeney St. Bernard Alycia Claire Taskey Resurrection Mary Margaret Walsh Resurrection Mary Kathleen Walton St. Bernard Barbara Jean Weber St. Philip Dolores Catherine Weiblinger Resurrection Joan Phyllis Werneth Holy Innocents Jacqueline Ann Wheatley St. Luke First Bow-Ianet Baker, loan Brennan, Constance Cerrninara, Marilyn Con- roy, Joanne DeBasi, Barbara Desch, Mary Io Donovan: Second Row-Iudith Doyle, Margaret Fillip, Lucille Finello, Bernadine Frankovvski, Lorena Furlong, Bernadette Harbey: Third Row-Mary Holzer, Marilyn Ioseph, Charlotte Kiley, Patricia Kline, Iosephine Kovacic, Mary Margaret McBride, Carroll Miller. First Row-Marietta Morrissey, Charlotte Newton, Nancy O'Toole, Mary Lou Queenan, Mary Grace Perry, Nancy Reinstadtler, loan Revellep Second Row-Ianet Buffner, Marie Ellen Schilling, Ioan Schmalzried, Dolores Tallerico, Shirley Tarcak, Marian Tolerp Third Bow-Charlene Trichtinger, Bernadette Turocy, Maureen Utolla, Arlene Wiedor, Winifred Wishas, Ioan Wolf. Not in picture-Noreen Caye, Shirley Collins, Harriet Fortney, Marilyn Maschmeier. 6 5 Om .ldzftle ' First Row-Mary Ann Albenze, Ioanne Balogh, Irene Barron, Nancy Bianchini, lean Boggs, Lucille Buffo, Loretta Carnpiti, Mary Ann Corr, Margaret Davie, Gloria Davis: Second Row-Esther Deasy, Antonia DelGreco, Lucinda Dinger, Mary Ann DiPietro, Audrey Doran, Ioan Fitch, Ellyn Fitzgerald, Nancy Flaherty, Giovanna Francesconi, Third Row-Carol Ann Ganser, Katherine Garrick, Bernice Gawlas, Colleen Glackin, Iudith Hage- man, Dorothy Hanzel, Iacqueline Hartland, Mary Holzerp Fourth Row-Carolyn Horan, Ioan Kagrise, Sandra Keady, Irma Kent, Martha Kirsch, Kathleen Klemz, Carol Kline, Lorraine Koch, Catherine Korb, Kathleen Kramer. First Bow-Diane Lonzo, Madelyn Lorenze, Carol Ludzia, Marie Maritredo, Anna Louise Morabito, Patri- cia Markey, Ann Morgan, Rachel Mastriano, Maureen McCrory5 Second Bow-Mary McKernan, Eileen Murtha, Mary Agnes Nichols, Santina Pellarin, Patricia Power, Mary Rancel, Mary Lou Ramassin, Marie Rizzo, Darla Boop: Third Row-Ianet Boss, Patricia Saldutte, Elizabeth Schrei, Paulette Setler, Ioan Sieber, Margaret Smith, Carol Talerico, June Tarcak, Maxine Taylor: Fourth Bow-Yvonne Tishko, Irene Tuzikow, Lorraine Veslany, Barbara Wagner, Catherine Walsh, Virginia Whiteside, Michael Ann Wilhern. Not in pic- ture-Patricia Cuff, Margaret Mansmann, Lenore Provident. First Row-Kathleen Abel, Anna Rose Aiello, Patricia Bannister, Ioan Belsterling, Virginia Blake, Anna Marie Boland, Ruth Bolitho, Virginia Brett: Second Row-loan Canon, Grace Cerrninara, Lorraine Clifford, Patricia Collins, Francis Conderato, Marlene Contaldo, Carol Cox, Rosellen Crothers, Therese Crothersg Third Row-Anna Mae Burke, Adrianne Cyroski, Angela D'Amico, Mary Agnes Davie, Frances Downie, Patricia Ellis, Anna Marie Eiter, Irene Fabian, Betty Lou Flack, Phyllis F onner. First Row-Io Ann F renzel, Sabina Friel, Pauline Grentz, Brenda Hageman, Carol Ann Hamilton, Maureen Hoban, Patricia Hobbs, Frances Howard, Io Ann Kanfoush, Patricia Kearns: Second Row-Emily Koback, Betty Ann Lally, Peggy Ann Lanagan, Barbara Long, Therese May Macaluso, Roberta Majcher, Virginia Marone, Margaret Mary McGlynn, loAnn McKnight5 Third Row-loan Meehan, Nancy Miller, Ramona Moran, Mary Morrison, Sarah Mulvihill, Mary Sheila Murphy, Elizabeth Murtha, Maureen Nee, Carol Marie Neuser. First Row-Rose Mary Nobile, Donna lean Onda, Lillian Pajak, Mary Alice Powers, Rita Pardini, Norma Phillips, Mary Grace Raker, Josephine Rizzo, Lupe Saavedra, Rose Marie Sacco, Second Row-Eileen Salmon, Iacquelyn Salvetti, Anna Marie Sedlak, Mary Catherine Sheehan, Charmaine Sigal, Suzanna Slagle, Patricia Sullivan, Theresa Thigpen, Rita Thomas: Third Row-Patricia Tomlinson, Carol Valentino, Margaret Veslany, Geraldine Wagner, Ioan Walsh, Margaret Weigold, Mary Wolf, Patricia Yourick. Not in picture-Noberta Sherych. P'-ysvw . IQ 4 at me . . fx ntnw Llfl, A S A it KElizabeth Seton High School and Convent-December 15, 1952 until date of going to press, March 18, 19531 its Hg CHAPEL x TABERNACLE: Elizabeth Seton Parents 3? f -Q Clnscription-"Be pleased, O Lord, to reward them with eternal life."l ALTAR: The Class of '45 4 CRUCIFIX COver Altarjz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Hester 2. PANEL-OUR LADY OF FATIMA: Mr. and Mrs. Iohn F. Donley A- :Q PANEL-ST. IOSEPH: loseph Gorski 9 COMMUNION RAIL: Memory of Hamill and Lackner Families RUG ON PREDELLA CAltar Plattorml: Memory ot Mrs. Agnes Ganter MOTHER SETON WINDOWS: The Class of '47 0 ' ARTS-SCIENCES WINDOWS: Mr. and Mrs. loseph Hoirichter Family - I' ' PEWS: The Class ot '5l ALTAR CARDS: The Albert Buzza Family 4 CANDLESTICKS: The Class of '53 , 3 TABERNACLE VEILS: Glorianne Hastings 5 SACRED VESSELS: The cieee of '48 ' SANCTUARY LAMP: Memory of Elinor M. Kane ORGAN: The Class of '49 Q SACRISTY: The Class ot '52 CENSER: Memory of Michael and Sarah Reilly Q CREDENCE TABLE: Memory of Alice Hester Magee . CONFESSIONAI.: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckhardt Family LIGHTS: Edward McGinley Family HOLY WATER FONTS: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Delehanty and s Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton Family ' ALTAR LINENS: The Elizabeth Seton Bowling League, Mrs. G. Terzis, Mrs. Alex Ryan Family OTHER CHAPEL GIFTS: Mrs. Laura Conroy, Mr. and Mrs. l. I. Schmotzer, Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Corcoran, Mrs. W. l. Schilken, Mr. and Mrs. F, K. Knock, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassells P Mrs. Timothy Ruane I I I I STATIONS: l. Memory of Mrs. Mary Gmuca 2. Memory of Iohn Schumacher 3. Memory of Harry Wilson 4. Memory of Thomas and Margaret Flavin 5. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Dumm 6. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gee 7. Memory of Iohn and Anna McKnight Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Sullivan Memory of Patrick and Catherine Flynn Memory of Lt. Rodger Werneth Court Chartiers, Catholic Daughters of America Memory of Michael and Ella Gleason Memory of Michael and Bridget O'Conn Mrs. I. I. Flynn CRUCIFIXES: SCHOOL, CONVENT, and GUILD HALL SCHOOL CORRIDOR: Mr. and Mrs. Iohn C. Toler Family SCHOOL LOBBY: Mr. and Mrs. Ioseph Ducldy COMMUNITY ROOM: Miss Marie Koontz SISTERS' DINING ROOM: Mrs. Elizabeth M. Wilson CLASSROOMS: Mary Agnes, Bill, Susan, and Ioseph G. Nichols SISTERS' BEDROOMS: Mrs. Ethel Hufnagel MOTHER SETON PICTURES: COMMUNITY ROOM: Court Consuelo, Catholic Daughters of America. CLASSROOMS: Mr. and Mrs. lohn C. Toler, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fauth, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Burke HOLY WATER FONT IN CLASSROOMS: Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Burke DRAPERIES IN BEDROOMS: The Elizabeth Seton Sewing Group OTHER DRAPERIES AND BEDSPREADS: The Elizabeth Seton Guild CPlay-Ianuary 95 STUDY LAMPS IN CONVENT, COMPLETE SET OF DISHES: The Elizabeth Seton Guild fChristmasD HOOK RUGS IN CONVENT: The Elizabeth Seton Bowling League fChristmasl SISTERS' DINING ROOM LINENS AND FURNITURE, Elizabeth Seton Guild fTelephone Bridge and "Luncheon is Served"l KITCHENETTE UNIT: The ESHS Alumnae Association BEDROOM FURNITURE: Anthony B. O'Toole, Elizabeth Seton Guild fSheraden Parentsl, Mr. and Mrs. William Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Parker BEDROOMS: Memory of Lt. Gerald B. Fagan Memory of Capt. Wm. F. Parker Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Benintend C2l Memory of Elinor M. Kane 01' Memory of Mrs. Florence A. Gallagher Memory of Sister Mary Carmel Kane and Mrs. Ann E. Gallagher STAGE RIGGING: The Class of '46 STAGE CURTAIN CFrontD: The Class of '54 ALL OTHER GUILD HALL FURNISHINGS: The Elizabeth Seton Guild and Student Body CDedication Carnpaignl IIQI L I 7 It ft . tit its gi ge ti THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE -fx,-fvAff.-v-.Afv-Y-.A.A,Q,-Y-.Av-,-4.4. -.A.-vxfv-v-x.A.A.-YA.-vA.-414,-,-.-YA.-Y -.A.-414.-v -Y-.Av-VA.A,-,-v-4.-.Av-v-4.-v-v -.-.Av Av'.A.Av-414,-Y-. REVEREND IAMES L. QUINN VERY REV. ANTHONY M. BENEDIK REVEREND MICHAEL I. CONROY VERY REVEREND IOHN C. FALLON RT. REV. MSGR. E. P. FUSSENEGGER REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND VERY REV. REVEREND VERY REV. REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND VERY REV. REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND REVEREND SISTER IAMES I-I. GILMORE GEORGE M. HABER OLIVER D. KEEFER IOSEPH L. LONERGAN WILLIAM I. MCCASHIN IOHN I. MCDONOUGH IOHN R. MCKAVNEY D. N. MURPHY I. DUDLEY NEE WILLIAM A. REITH WILLIAM G. RYAN CLARENCE A. SANDERBECK A. I. WEISENBERGER THOMAS BARTLEY EDWARD H. COLE WILLIAM G. CONNARE P. B. CONROY RAYMOND I. DOHERTY DANIEL GEARING ROY G. GETTY FERRIS I. GUAY IOSEPH M. HANNON PAUL A. HOLZER FRANCIS I. X. LACKNER PAUL M. LACKNER IOHN B. MAHER DONALD MCILVANE LOUIS I. NENE IOSEPH P. NEWELL MARCUS O'BRIEN FRANCIS RODGERS IOHN G, SELI A. R. SPISAK Parents, Alumnae, and Students of ESHS' Acknowledge Gratefully these 0140 'Cd 'C J t 'C 014.4 THE REVEREND FRANCIS E. TASSEY SISTER M. NAOMI MOTHER M. CLAUDIA IN MEMORY OF SISTER MARY PAUL SISTER M. FERDINAND SISTER REGINA CLARE SISTER M. VICTORIA SISTER ROSE VINCENT SISTER M. RITA SISTER SARA MARIE SISTER M. ELECTA SISTER TERESA CLARE SISTER AGNES EUGENE, S.S.I. SISTER TERESA VINCENT MOTHER M. EVELINE SISTER MARY ZOE MOTHER MARIA BENEDICT SISTER MARY IAMES DUMM, S.C. '45 SISTER M. BERNADETTE SISTER MARY BRIAN MCCONNELL, S.C. '45 SISTER M. CARITA SISTER M. ELLENITA O'CONNOR, S.C. '45 SISTER CARMELITA SISTER M. INNOCENT STEEDLE, S.C. '45 SISTER CECILIA SISTER MARY SETON WACKER, S.C. '45 SISTER MARY CLEMENT SISTER MARY PAUL WHEELER, S.C. '45 SISTER M. CORNELIA SISTER RITA AGNES CONROY, S.C. '46 SISTER M. DOMINICA SISTER IEAN AGNES FALLON, S.C. '48 SISTER EDITH MARIE SISTER MARIA O'CONNOR, R.S.M. '46 SISTER M. IOANNA SISTER M. COLETTE TOLER, S.C. '46 SISTER MARY IANET SISTER MARY VIVIAN WALCH, S.C. '46 SISTER IOSEPH ANGELA SISTER M. MARCIANNE LEONARD, O.S.B. '47 SISTER IULIA TERESA SISTER ZELMA MATTEUCCI, S.C. '47 SISTER M. IACINTA SISTER MARY LOUISE O'CONNOR, S.C. '47 SISTER MARY IUSTIN SISTER M. ANTOINETTE BOSCO, S.C. '48 SISTER MARY LEAH SISTER M. ESPERANCE CONNOLLY, S.C. '48 SISTER M. LEOCADIA SISTER MARY DE SALES FLYNN, S.C. '48 SISTER LEO VINCENT SISTER ELIZABETH MARIE MCGINLEY, S.C. '48 SISTER M. MARGUERITE SISTER MARIE TIMOTHY RUANE, S.C. '48 SISTER MARY LOUIS SR. MARIE GERARD PASCARETTA, S.C. '49 SISTER MARY FREDERICK SISTER MARIE ALICIA COLLINS, S.C. '50 SISTER MARY ALFREDA SISTER SHIELA MARIE COOPER, S.C. '50 SISTER MARIE CELESTE SISTER CHRISTINA DIBERNARDO, S.B.S. '50 SISTER MARIE DE SALES SISTER MARIE AGNES HALLORAN, S.C. '50 SISTER MARIETTA SISTER MARIE ARTHUR HAMILTON, S.C."50 SISTER MARIE ANTONIA SR. M. CAMILLA KARENBAUER. O.S.F. '50 SISTER MARIA ANTHONY SISTER M. NATALIA MYERS, S.C. '50 SISTER MARIA IAMES SISTER M, ASSUMPTA STOCK, S.C. '50 SISTER MARTIN DE PORRES SISTER MARY XAVIER GRUNDISH, S.C. '51 SISTER MIRIAM RITA SISTER FLORENCE SHIELDS, S.C. '51 MARIE BERNADETTE GOERTLER, O.S.F. '50 MEMORY OF SISTER MARY VICTOR FALLON, S.C. '50 has-.vai s f hsfsbt emazfefx of Jie C!d.4.4 of fQ45 CEM? We were privileged to be the pioneers. Ours was the first class to be grad- uated from Elizabeth Seton High School. We remember . . . the classes that were interrupted by the hammers of the workmen . . . typing in a room still piled with boxes and crates . . . eagerly examining the "barrel of books" donated to the library . . . joining in debates with other schools, the friendly arguments on "Should 18-year-olds be allowed to vote" . . . the first day we wore our uniforms. How proud we were of the brown and white . . . The Christmas play at De Paul when the Glee Club wore their maroon and gold gowns for the first time . . . the Christmas dinner in the gym Cnow the chemistry labl, exchanging of gifts and carol-singing . . . the Valentine dance that has become a tradition . . . our first May Crowning with the Queen and her attendants, and the rest of us forming a living rosary. The shadow of war covered our school years, but we remember the rosa- ries we said for our loved ones overseas, and the gold stars on the Honor Roll outside the chapel. The Mass on Ianuary 4 in honor of Mother Seton, Benediction each week, the daily prayers for the beatification of Mother Seton . . . events that are a tradition now at Elizabeth Seton, we, the pioneers, remember doing the first time! GRD The Class of '45 pays prayerful tribute to the memory of Virginia Byrne lVlcCreary who entered into eternal life lune 13, l948. May she rest in peace. l --' T- My-1 " rj A T ju-rv:q,? I f e r-w'S o QT 9 ?-ez ' mil. J s 'mlb 'll 3. 4 ly, 'J C ' 2 sg 1444 0 - - 61446144562 . el - ,- lj? It was unpretentious when we entered it, this school built high on the hill. Q In 1942, our freshman year, the building wasn't yet pointed, and Room 3 was N ' just evolving into a commercial department. . ' But the spirit was there, full of fresh vigor and drive, the Seton Spirit. It was contagious! No one tried to name it . . . we just loved being a part of it. Li Our sophomore year rang bright with talk of a new addition to the build- , 4 ing. The present one was filled to the rafters. "Someday, we will build," Sister l Regina Clare said. "Not this year or next, perhaps, but someday . . . " 3 Bustling as juniors was a new experience. The school had now grown to four classes, and we cheered the news that it was accredited. Room 8, or the 4 "gym," where we resorted for after-school dancinge-remember?-had been converted into a science laboratory. The Seton chapters of the National Forensic 2 League, the Quill and Scroll, and the National Honor Society were born. The 1 PA. system sponsored its initial broadcast. September of '45 was unique. We tested our new senior wings and enjoyed T the experiment. Life was adventurous, new possibilities and experiences turn- , bled over one another. So much living goes into a successful senior year. Ours E was glorious: it ended much too soon. We are scattered now, by time and distance. But neither years nor space can blot out the thought expressed in one of our class songs: "In your heart, you bear a treasure: memories of Seton High!" y 4 .S 97 it 78 It ttf tt, ji QI, te j 4 .t, - I QL Cin, 0 ,417 CW!! Wax Cliff . Ci? "No, Iunior, you musn't scribble in that book. You see, it's a very special book. It's mother's Clipper '47!" Why, it seems like only yesterday that we seniors of '47 insisted on grad- uation in white caps and gowns. White, we pleaded, looked so regal, so out- standing! How could we know this simple basic color came in so many different shades and tones? And has it been six years since I heard a Setonian make the immortal intro- duction . . . . . and now, we'll have a few words from Father Haber?" I often think what a gigantic vocabulary Father must have had to be able to compact his speeches into a "few words." We always thought Father Haber "belonged" to our class in a special way, because he "raised" us from scared, young freshies all the way through Christian Social Principles. We also had the distinction of being Seton's "war babies," at least that is the name Sister Regina Clare gave us. Due to material conservation during the war, our freshman class had official permission to wear short-sleeved blouses. It's amazing how those blouses just never did wear out-we were still "war babies" in Iune of '47. Would life at Seton have been so happy without Sister Regina Clare? And I wonder how interesting Ivanhoe would have been without her artistic stickmen riding gallantly into battle on their stalwart stick- horses! Can I ever forget the "piece d' resistance" of It's A Ming-Minerva, the "odd girl," meticulously cleaning her glasses in the second act! Minerva's glasses were rather extraordinary fand so was Minervalg they didn't have any lens, just frames. "Why is Mother drying her eyes? Because, Iunior, just a 'few words' re- called just a few happy memories about my class of '47." I r I. F. CALLAHAN, ESQ. I. S. GREGORIUS IOHN I. KERNAN IAMES P. MCARDLE MR. AND MRS. A. E. OXENREITER MR. AND MRS. LOUIS ASTI HARRY I. BENIAMIN IUDGE HUGH C. BOYLE HERBERT BLUMENFELD MR. AND MRS. DON P. CAMPITI WILLIAM F. CERCONE MR. AND MRS. PAUL REED CLIFFORD ROY T. CLUNK M. BARNEY COHEN CARL COLTERYAHN DAIRY MR. AND MRS. IOSEPH CONTALDO I. E. CORCORAN DANE CRITCHFIELD MR. AND MRS. WM. R. CROTHERS MRS. CLARENCE DAVIDSON IOHN DILLON DeLUCA DRESS SHOP NANCY DUNN MR. AND MRS. THOMAS DELAHANTY MR. AND MRS. MATTHEW DELEHAUNTY LEO M. DILLON, ESQ. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE E. A. FAIRLEY DAVID B. FAWCETT DOCTOR AND MRS. IOHN FITCH MRS. FRANK G. FREYVOGEL O. HICKS FRIEDMAN A FRIEND THE HON. IAMES G. FULTON ARTHUR D. GATZ ARTHUR GATZ, IR. OLIVER S. GEE MRS. OLIVER S. GEE A A A A A A A, A A A A A,A A-A A'A A-A .AA .YA-AvAvA,AvA-A-Av.,.,AvA-A-AvAvAYA-AvAx,.-AvA-Av.,,A-AYA afzam ALAN D. REYNOLDS ST. IOHN EVANGELIST SCHOOL THE SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHER MR. AND MRS. HARRY A. SHEA MR. AND MRS. IOHN T. RYAN, IR. MORRIS GOLDSTEIN MRS. T. A. GORDON MORRIS B. GREENBERG GERALDINE GROSSO GEORGE HARTZBERG AND FAMILY MR. AND MRS. GEORGE HESTER THE PATRICK HOBAN FAMILY DR. P. I. HUGHES MR. AND MRS. EDWARD HOGAN CHARLES B. IARRETT IENNY LEE BAKERY S. L. IOHNS, M.D. BEN PAUL IUBELIRER I. E. KALSON HARRY KAPLAN HOMER W. KING DR. AND MRS. WILLIAM F, KLUEBER MR. AND MRS. MAURICE L. KNEE MR. AND MRS. IOHN KOIS I. P. LALLY I. S. LQVICTOIRE MR. AND MRS. HARRY I. LAUER ALVAH T. LEITH IUDGE LORAN LEWIS IOSEPH L. LEWIS N. I. LIPPARD LOUIS LITTLE MRS. I. A. M. MACALUSO MR. AND MRS. IOHN MAISCH CHARLES I. MALONEY THE VINCENT MARKEY FAMILY ALBERT MARTIN MR. AND MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY B. O'TOOLE MRS. IOSEPH A. HOFRICHTER COMPLIMENTS OF A GOOD FRIEND MRS. FRANK TSCHIPPERT A. C. O'DONNELL MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS MASCHMEIER LEONARD MAZER P. I. MCARDLE THE HENRY P. MCCRORY FAMILY MARIE C. MCGEE MR. AND MRS. WM. I. MCSHANE MORRIS MELMAN HENRY MUSTIN STEPHEN NAIPHOR THE THOMAS NEE FAMILY MR. AND MRS. IOHN O'CONNELL S. PEARSE O'CONNOR MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE I. O'TOOLE ELLEN, HONEY AND BEN PARKER IOS. P. PASSAFUIME DR. AND MRS. PAUL PETRAGLIA BARNEY PHILLIPS WILLIAM MR. AND RALPH S. MR. AND MR. AND I. POWELL, IR. MRS. THOMAS RYAN SAPP MRS. I- I. SCHMALZRIED MRS. CARL G. SETLER MEYER S. SIKOV SUPERIOR SPECIALTY CO. IOHN STABILE NICHOLAS R. STONE MR. AND MR. AND MRS. C. I. TITZ MRS. IOHN C. TOLER MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM I. USSELTON MRS. MARY VOGEL L. F. WORDEN ELIZABETH SETON MOTHERS' GUILD BOWLING LEAGUE MR. AND MRS. IOHN R. WILLIAMS AND DOROTHY AYAAA-AYAYAYA1A-AYAYAAY-,A,AvA-AvAvAvA'AvA,AvA'AA-AvA-AvA- A'AN,Av.,A- AYAVA-AYAYA-Av.YA-AvAAAYAYAYA,A,A'AA-A-A,AvAvAYA-AVAYAA-A-A,AvAYAv., A .. L 4 .I sf Rli 75. . fl as tai it ge lf te - Qr.C1... . '.r8..71. QW. fZ...zz September, 1944-Do you remember it, class of '48? That was the first real look you had at Elizabeth Seton High School. Yes, you had been there to visit, to see its exterior, to meet its faculty. But now you were really on the inside. You were about to become a part of the "little red school house," and a very important part, too. Yes, you were the last of the pioneer classes, and you've always been pretty proud of that. You made Seton a complete, four-class school. These days were so strange and exciting, weren't they, class of '48? Did I say strange? Well, whoever heard before of an assembly being held on the steps of the main hall? How could we all fit-the whole school? But you did, didn't you? The class of '48 can hardly believe that now that ESI-IS has a lovely new auditorium! Do you remember your first Christmas at Seton, class of '48? Remember the first time you saw the tree on the landing? Mr. O'Toole had worked so hard on it, and it did look beautiful, didn't it? You loved to change classes just to catch another glimpse of it. And oh, the first turkey dinner! Wasn't it delicious? But you had to Wait until you were sophomores for that. Remember? Which one of you will forget the first May Crowning you were in, or the very first Graduation anybody was in at Seton! Didn't you feel wonderful just to be a part of it? The seniors looked so dignified in their caps and gowns, and you wondered how you would look in yours. You just couldn't imagine your- self so calm and mature as they seemed to you then. Seton was such a wonderful school, and you were eager to plunge into your next three years. You wanted to capture the privileges and duties, honors and responsibilities that came with each succeeding year. You had your share of them all, class of '48. You graduated Iune 6, 1948, with all the poise and dignity that you saw in the first seniors. Now, five years later, you can look back on the achievements of your four years and still be very, very proud of them. Yes, you were the last of the pio- neers, and you filled your part well. You, along with your sister classes, helped to set the standards by which Seton is known today. You and your wonderful teachers, who guided and ad- vised you, helped to turn Seton from the "little red school house" to a big and beautiful red school house. Yes, the exterior has changed and grown since you left, but the same wonderful spirit that captured you way back in 1944 still reigns on Capitol Hill. Aren't you glad you were a part of it, class of '48? C 4 l L 4 .8 ' i-TES ICJ - f' 9 Ae Qld., 0 49 loo .4 gnc! . CSU Reminiscing is a favorite avocation of alumnae. And, as with most tottering old grads any urge to recall Schoolday memories usually evokes a laugh and the nostalgic phrase . . . "Remember the days?" Probably the greatest compli- ment We pay our school in these post-graduate bull sessions is this habit of associating laughter with the classroom. In a Way, it was part of the curriculum. What then, are some of these memories permanently logged in our col- lective minds? Certainly, in one Way or another, many of them are connected with the school building itself, all eight rooms of it. CThere Were, of course, more than eight rooms-there were the "nuns' bedrooms" stuck in all sorts of odd places around the building, and Where if you were Walking past and the door was open you sneaked a quick look and thought you were living dangerouslyll Particularly do most of us remember, due to close and jarring contact with them at various times, the Wide wooden steps that dominated the inside of the build- ing. It Was part of school dogma that those steps were never, never waxed-just polished! Actually, they were more than stairs. They were church pews and auditorium seats and, upon occasion Cvery rarel, racetracks. In spite of the best and continued efforts of educators, it is the extra-cur- ricular activities that are remembered with most enjoyment long after caps and gowns are sent back to the rental companies . . . the Glee Club, Where Sister Cecilia Wrested four-part harmony from Willing vocal cords: the class plays Where junior and senior thespians emoted for the entertainment of as- sorted aunts and uncles, the proms, the numerous class projects, the picnics. Its easy to remember. They were happy times. Q sf at lvl at 3 5' L ll' tts ah lt t ll! t 31 - wiezesag ""lj MQ! . --7 1 If 9 it s tt to Qs 5, 97 its , li it li V. te L 4 .t ' N '1 97 R9 PSE...-"""?di Q Q46 CZHJA 0 ,5O 4 Qfljgblfg To the Memory oi Sister Mary Victor Fallon We were a proud group that fourth day of Iune, 1950, when we emerged from Resurrection Church wearing our caps and gowns. We had just completed four years in high school, and we all had diplomas to prove it. We had just listened to a sermon by Father Martin O'Toole about the evils we might encounter. Father had begged us to stay "close to God" during the lifetime ahead of us-a long, long lifetime, we thought. Nobody could know that one of us, Kathleen Fallon, had but a short life- time ahead of her, that exactly two years later God was going to call her into eternity. Kathleen Fallon, as Sister Mary Victor, left us for heaven, Sunday afternoon, Iune 15, 1952. We are proud that Kathleen Fallon-Sister Mary Victor-belongs to our class of '50. We like to think that all of us listened dutifully to that sermon on Graduation Day and to the other advice we had been given at Elizabeth Seton. We like to think that when others of us are called-be the lifetime short or long -we will join Kathleen in heaven. Kathleen set a perfect example for us. She lived the last two years of her life very "close to God" indeed, consecrated to Him as a Sister of Charity. Kathleen, too, must have felt, as the rest of us did on Iune 4, 1950, that she had a long lifetime ahead of her. But, we are told, she lived those two years as though she knew they were her last. She drew "close to God." Very close. He took her to Himself. That is why, of all the distinctions of which the Class of '50 is proud, we are proudest of all that Sister Mary Victor represents us and prays for us in heaven. Our first complete class reunion of the sixty-six of us will have to take place there. Kathleen, you will intercede, won't you, that we will have "perfect attendance" with you there in eternity,-please? Q EAR-fda - I -' 36 MR. AND MRS. ROBERT I. ADAIR ALGEO PHARMACY AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO. CATHERINE C. ANDERSON ANDERSON RADIO AND APPLIANCE ANTIOCH SHOE CO. ARCADE BOWLING ALLEYS ARCADE THEATRE AVALON FLOORS CO. C. W. BAILEY THE D. W. BAKER FAMILY MR. AND MRS. THOMAS BANNISTER IOSEPH BARISKA MR. AND MRS. EDMUND BECKER IEANNE BEHR MR. AND MRS. HENRY P. 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PAUL WHEATLEY WHITEHALL STUDIO MR. AND MRS. REGIS WISSLER MRS. IOHN WURTZ YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE DR. IAMES A. ZEWE MR. AND MRS. IOSEPH ZETWO MR. AND MRS. W- T- RANCEL E. H. SONS MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE ZWILCHER MB. AND MRS. GEORGE C- BEINHAHDT SOUTH HILLS MOVERS MARY CATHERINE ZWILCHER HERSHMAN'S MCKEES ROCKS FURNITURE CO. PITTSBURGH HOME SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LADIES' AUXIL. OF ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS, Div. I5 ST. ANTHONY SOCIETY OF HAZELWOOD AND GLENWOOD Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y-Y-YAY-Y-Y-YAY-Y-Y-YY-YAYY-Y-Y-YAY-YYY-Y-YAY-YAY-YAYAYYAYAY-Y-YAY-Y-Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y-Y Y-:YAY - A A A A A Y 39 sf iii 75 , lift ti ge il! te L 4 .B Pa' ' - R7 las?-in-m KJ egqfnnew 0gefAe'c : Cvfaru 0 ,jf wwf Ci? When we walked into Elizabeth Seton as freshmen, in l947, we were rather frightened because this was a new experience-sour first year of high school. Someone else was also starting something, for the first time, and she was probably just as nervous as We about her new experience as principal of a high school. There we were, the head of the school and the lowly, still- unknown freshmen drawn together by the common bond of a new adventure. As the days, months, and four years passed, We became more aware of this bond. The office door was always open to us. Sometimes you wished you wouldn't have to go in fespecially when you were headed for your demerit card or waiting for report card distributionl, but the pleasant visits outnumbered the others by far. Luckily, Sister had the gift of making you feel at ease even in what could be a most uncomfortable position, and that was a good thing for some of us! Now that we are out of school, we'll always preserve the memories of our happy high school years. ln one of the most prominent places in our hearts will be our friend and advisor, Sister Mary Agnes, among the first in our fond memories of Elizabeth Seton, second only to our invisible inspiration, Mother Seton. I 'HJs"l1.+-fahag 'Q I Qde C-!a44 0 ,52 5012! 4 . The Class of '52 may be prejudiced, but we feel that our senior year was the most exciting of the eight that Seton has known. September of our senior year brought with it the day that We all had awaited anxiously-Ground breaking. We felt some regret because we would not have the distinction of graduating from the new building. Still, we were happy to have had the privi- lege of being the last class to graduate from the old school, our second home. And what a home it was with assemblies on the stairs, and class plays, and glee club concerts at Brookline School, and on and on! The next few months after groundbreaking were hard on academic pro- cedure. Algebra equations weren't nearly as interesting as the arrival of steam shovels. Rooms Four and Five, with their special construction scenery to look out at, were becoming more popular every day. We almost cheered the day that cranes lifted the first steel beams! Finally, the foundation was completed. The day of the Cornerstone Cere- mony was here at last! Our class was singularly privileged to act as honor guard. As usual with most Seton affairs, the rains came, but our spirits were not dampened a bit. We easily imagined that Our Blessed Lady in the quad- rangle was shedding tears of joy! Now the new building has taken shapeg our dream has become a reality. May the new Elizabeth Seton High School hold the hearts of the students as the old building held ours! . l nv---f-'Q-A sf R!! at as ta' ye N!! 31 L 4 ,L -.. I Jie ievgicafian CZQJA emini4ce.4 . Gil As we stand at the threshold of our graduation, we, the "dedication class" feel pensive upon seeing the dawning of dedication day for the new Elizabeth Seton High School. A surge of pride-the pride of being the class which has seen the fulfillment of the dream of an enlarged ESHS-rises in each senior. A tinge of sadness-the sadness of leaving Seton just as her new glory begins -touches each senior's heart. Remember the day of the "big snow" when many of us couldn't make it up Capital . . . how Mrs. Tschippert dried and pressed the snow-soaked uniforms of those who made the hill . . . our Belle Hop which we attended in mufflers, mittens, woolen sox, and galoshes because of the ice and snow. We shall always remember Mr. O'Toole's serenades to blushing Setonians . . St. Patrick's Day when everyone was Irish. How we prayed to Mother Seton for everything-to settle the steel strike- to see that the men stayed on the job-to hold back the rain until the roof was finished. And this she did! Ten minutes after the roof was sealed, the rain came. What excitement the day the chapel windows arrived! From Room Five we watched them being placed, section by section, making the picture of Mother Seton complete. Our tours of the new building led us into the "cloister." We actually saw the sisters' bedrooms. What a contrast to the "convent" in the old school! Re- member that day of days when Bishop Dearden came and we met him in the new building. These days at Seton will soon be past for the class '53, but the true Seton spirit will remain ever with us. The "pioneer class" dreamed of the new ESHS: we have seen the completion of that dream after years of praying and planning. Yet we feel some bond with the first class because we too have watched Seton grow: they, the old, we, the new. I YAvAvA.AYAYAY-YA.-.-.-v-rvAvA.-,AvA.-YA.-JVA.-YA-YA.A-.-.4x.-fvA.-,-N,?.A.A.-fx,-.-Y-4.-v-.Av-ff.-.A.-.-.-Y-fffvfx,-fv-,-fi ff.- MR. AND MRS. DANIEL ABEL WARD ABEL DR. M. I. 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ZILCH IOHN ZUNIC I 0147 mfafazzma ! lt is a pleasure for us to bring you a message of con- gratulation on the dedication of Elizabeth Seton High School. ln this great city of ours it seems only fitting that our educational facilities keep pace With the far-reaching program of expansion in the Civic and Industrial fields. No effort should be spared in affording our youth the best possible preparation for Vocations in the Arts, Sciences, or other professions and trades of their choice. We of Jones E5 Laughlin Steel Corporation Wish all of you the best of luck and, God Willing, a long, happy, and prosperous life. BEN MOREELL Chairman of the Board I Compliments of HOMER TRUESDALE Brookside Lumber and Supply Co. COMMONWEALTH TRUST COMPANY WASHINGTON ROAD BIGI BUS LINES CO1onia1 3-7227 ANTHONY'S CLEANERS TA1LoPts Pressing While U Wait 1791 North Highland Avenue Pittsburgh 28, Pa. 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FELD'S PHARMACY Prescription Specialists 430 SOUTH MAIN STREET WA1nut 1-3817 930 CHARTIERS AVENUE WA1nut 1-6200 Phone WA1nut 1-6886 Home Delivery SISTER ELIZABETH MARIE EDWARD ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-WE SERVE HIM ROBERT HAUS BEVERAGE COMPANY BETTY Beer-Ale-Soft Drinks 994 Greentree Roord WA1nut 1-6886 COQ1 is not Q LUXURY FUEL INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF CATHOLIC ALUMNAE It is cz LOW-COST, EPFICIENT, DEPENDABLE FUEL 2944 Chomrtiers Avenue Use Solid Fuel for Solid Comfort CORLISS COAL COMPANY Compliments of 200 Corliss Street Pittsburgh, Pcr. A FRIEND Phone: Office: I-IAze1 1-6800 Res.: HAze1 1-4256 OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATION IIM VILSACK AUTO SERVICE Auto and Truck Repairing Electric and Acetylene Welding and Brazing AMOCO GAS AND OILS 4532 Irvine Street, Pittsburgh 7, Pa. Congratulations! SISTERS OF CHARITY ELECTRIC KITCHENS 541 North Homewood Avenue Pittsburgh 8, Pa. Suppliers ot Kitchen and Cafeteria Equipment W. A. Simons E. F. Heinike HEPPS, DISTRIBUTOR Duquesne Beer Homestead, Pa. HAze1 1-7237 Cement and Concrete Construction FIELDBROOK CONSTRUCTION CORP. RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION-REIVIODELING General Contractors 507 Iohnston Avenue Pittsburgh 7, Pa. JOSEPH FABIAN'S RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR SHOP 5403 Second Avenue Pittsburgh 7. POI- Compliments of JOSEPH A. STEPHENS Compliments of A FRIEND 1VIARY'S BAR AND GRILL Good Place to Relax 213 W. Eighth Avenue Homestead, Pa Compliments of J. HOWARD MURPHY Alderman-15th Ward Compliments ot AMERICAN LEGION Fort Black Post No. 533 A. I. VATER 6. COMPANY Painting and Decorating Contractors PITTSBURGH 5, PA. WAlnut l-5796 Compliments of THE CHILDREN 'S SHOP 4120 BROWNSVILLE ROAD Whitehall 528 CHARTIERS AVENUE McKees Rocks, Pa. Compliments of PASCOE MOTOR COMPANY VINCE LYONS, Sales Carnegie, Pa. Congratulations to His Excellency, The Most Rev. Bishop Dearden, Sisters and Faculty of Elizabeth Seton High School Res.: W nu - 2- - Office: FAirfaX 145950 A' New H563 HUNT STAINED GLASS STUDIOS JQSEPH A. SIEBER EXPRESS 1756 WEST CARSON STREET PITTSBURGH 19, PA. 618 Lorenz Avenue Pittsburgh 20, Pa. SILHOL LUMBER 6. SUPPLY CO. Lumber and Builders' Supplies Hardware, Paint, Concrete Blocks Ready Mixed Concrete "EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" Bridgeville 32 Briclgeville, Pa. Fleldbrook l-5900 Television-Radio-Appliances SALES AND SERVICE GREENWAY TELE-MART 1000 Greentree Road WAlnut 1-2720 STEINHAUSEIPS ATLANTIC SERVICE Pick-up and Delivery Phone WAlnut 1-9468 ICJ! I F. J. BUSSE C0. gemmf emzfmm 1575 NOBLESTOWN ROAD PITTSBURGH 5, PA. ir WAInuf 'I 'l23'l r' s r-. L 2? sw fa A Qs wi 31 2 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS No Item Charge on Checking Accounts BRDOKLINE SAVINGS 8. TRUST CO. 820 Brookline Boulevard Pittsburgh 26, Pennsylvania Fleldbrook 1-4800 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Banking Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday-9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Tuesday and Thursday-12:00 Noon until 9:00 P.M. Compliments of MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY JOSEPH AND FAMILY St. Joseph's Protectory for Homeless Boys Wylie Ave. and Protectory Pl. Pittsburgh 19, Pa. SEND US YOUR PRINTING ORDERS Combine Charity with Your Business . Help Our Boys to Help Themselves FAIRMON T FOODS COMPANY Churners of Fine Creamery Butter F or Over 65 Years ASK FOR FAIRMONT'S BETTER BUTTER Either Salted or Unsalted MINUTE MAID FRUIT IUICES Bendix Authorized Factory Service, Bendix Automatic Home Laun dry-Prompt, Efficient Service and Installation on WASHERS - DRYERS - IRONERS "Pon SERVICE cALL" BEST SERVICE COMPANY 1333 Penn Avenue AT1antic 1-4975 HOFFIELD'S Manufacturers of Supreme Horse Radish PHONE COurt 1-4373 BELSTERLINGQS MARKET THE DALEY FAMILY 321 Minton Street Phone FEdercxl 1-2490 Best of Everything in the New School "Quality Foods For Particular People" INGRAM HARDWARE As Near As Your Phone CONROY FUNERAL HOME Phone WA1nut 1-2069 10 West Prospect Avenue Ingram, Pa. I I I I I CALL I-'Ederal 1-0900 Wishing Continued Success in the New Building BAYER'S MILK COMPANY THE WERNETH FAMILY For the Finest Dairy Products . . . EDWARD KUHN God Bless You in Your New Building! Floor Sanding and Finishing THE J. D. PETERSON FAMILY Phone WA1nut L6719 NIC SHANE CONTRACTING CO. JOHN J. KANE and HARRY W. FOWLER County Commissioners County of Allegheny Greetings from JUDGE RALPH T. BELL DEB- U-TEEN Girls' Wear 2nd F 1oor-Ienkins Arcade BOW-AGE TO BEAU-AGE AT1antic 1-3023 Bus.: AT1antic 1-9647 Home: EVe-:glade 1-8326 JAMES L. MOONEY Insurance of All Kinds Park Building Pittsburgh, Pa. Compliments of FRANK T. ECKERMAN BROOKLINE BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION Compliments of GEORGE B. MQDONOUGH Braddock, Pa. Oldsmobile . . . Products of General Motors BERNTHALER MOTOR COMPANY AL BERNTHALER-HEm1ock I-4755-1-5237 818-820 Brownsville Road Pittsburgh 10, Pa. EVerg1ade 1-9130 LOcust 1-5513 Easton Lumber SI Builders Supply Company OUR DIRECT MILL CONTACT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY 620 Warrington Avenue Route 19 ALDERMAN-17th WARD FRANK MAZZEI Marriage Applications Issued 1017 Carson Street, Pittsburgh 3, Pa. CASSIDY REALTY Compliments of Mount Lebanon Council 3084 3929 WU-LOW ROAD KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Congratulations from RESURRECTION CHRISTIAN MOTHERS AND LADIES' GUILD B E I N H A U E R Phone LOcust 1-2755 Dependable for Over 25 Years SALON BEN'A Millinery . . . Hair Stylist JOE HOEBLER CHEVROLET 309 Beverly Road Mt. Lebanon 902-910 Brownsville Road Pittsburgh 10, Pa. Compliments of Congratulations! Mr. and Mrs. John Haney and Daughters THE CHARLTON FAMILY Patricia Ann, '48g Donna Mae, '50: lane Claire, '52 Phone IAcl-:son 1-9679 Phone PLantation 1-1492 STAN'S SERVICE STATION METAL FIXTURE COMPANY 4501n'Irvine Street Dartmore and Englet Street Pittsburgh 10, Pa Why not let us serve you SUPREME DAIRY PRODUCTS from South Hills' most Modern Dairy? Call PLantation 1-3525 SCHNEIDER'S DAIRY 726 FRANK STREET PITTSBURGH 27, PA. 2 Miles South of Mt. Lebanon COlonial 3-9906 GREEN LANTERN CAFE Delicious Steaks, Chops, Shrimp PARTIES . . . BANQUETS Washington and Highland, Bethel Boro STEVEN SON -WILLIAMS COMPANY WASHINGTON ROAD Pioneer Mt. Lebanon Realtors Compliments of THE BROOKLINE GRILLE 81 BAR Choice Liquors, Wines and Mixed Drinks Under New Management Kanfoush and Mondalek, Props. Your Hudson Dealer JONES-LYNE MOTOR COMPANY 3106 W. Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa Phone CO1onia1 3-8204 HARTMAN DAIRY All Dairy Products 2815 Bethel Church Road Pittsburgh 34, Pa. Best Wishes MRS. C. H. GENS Greetings From- COURT CONSUELO No. 1032 CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS or AMERICA Quality Photo Finishing-Films-Cards-Cameras PREMIER PHOTO COMPANY 710 Brookline Boulevard Pittsburgh, Pa. Serving Brookline For The Past 38 Years NEUSER'S MARKET 1049 BROOKLINE BLVD. Liahigh 1-1323 Compliments ot WARRINGTON 5 AND 10 Brookline Boulevard 0 VALLEY DAIRY COMPANY Wx rf ANNE SWEENEY Public Relations 2 '-f' S 819 EMPIRE BUILDING nfs- . I if - 11 -1, 317514 'X' it - "zsN Q F t ,Ealing CAM A sump, 1 Phone Hlland 1-8621 ROBERT J. BUZZA COZY COMFORT Heating . . . Kitchens . . . Plumbing Corner Broad and Collins Pittsburgh, Pa. For Creating Beautiful Home Interiors, MARLITE WALL BOARD LIBERTY TILE BOARD COMPANY SALES AND INSTALLATIONS Phone Hlland 1-8839 329 Denniston Street East Liberty Phone -CHurchi1l 1-6808 W. N. DAMBACH. INC. Distributors of Steeltex Products 500 Brushton Avenue Pittsburgh 21, Pa Phone MOntrose 1-5234 Augie LaMantia ENRIGHT AUTO SALES Used Cars Bought and Sold 5425 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh 6, Pa. BYRNE MEMORIAL HOME 701 North Negley Avenue Phone Hlland 1-0700 Telephone BRandyWine 1-0885 HAWKINS CEMENT 6. SUPPLY CO CONCRETE BLOCKS AND BUILDERS' SUPPLY Kenmawr Avenue and P.R.R. Near Hawkins Station Rankin, Pa Iohn Vallino, President Compliments of IOHN I. DOUGHERTY, Esq. KIEFER COAL 6. COKE CO. Congratulations! C. 6: W. ZIEGLER, INC. Wholesale Purveyors of Dlstrlct Attorney Meat, Poultry, Butter, Eggs and Cheese IAMES F. MALONE. lR. COurt 1-2363 108-110 Blvd. of Allies Pittsburgh 22, Pa. TERHEYDEN COMPANY Locust 1-4089 D I A M O N D S Ienkins Arcade-Street Floor Pittsburgh, Pa. General Contractor HARRIS-LAWRENCE INSURANCE 1514 Creedrnoor Avenue Pittsburgh 26, Pa 1308 Peoples Bank Building Fourth and Wood Opposite St. Paul's Cathedral Ambulance Service--MU 1-5445 Phone AT1antic 1-8397 JAY A. MCCAFFREY PITTSBURGH RESILIENT FLOOR CO. Funeral Home Linoleum-Furnished and Installed 200 S. Craig Street 1711 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. 1202 Park Building Downtown phone Expwss 1,0667 HOMER J. SABISH GUILD OPTICIAN lVIcAVOY FUNERAL HOME 666 Washington Road Mt. Lebanon 1700 Forbes Street IC-il l 5 1 - 53 W Q2 Q2 V Q L R BROADWAY HARDWARE 2 6 aencau! 1' Open Zueawgc I' l l I SV vm is N72 33 CKY: HEETER LITHOGRAPHING COMPANY BRIDGEVILLE, PA. GIFTS trom GRCGANS SSQ S the tinest in Diamonds, Golcl Jewelry, Watches, Cloclzs, Silverware, Crystal, Leather Accessories S gifts tor every occasion, ot utmost clistinction aflfl value. GROGAN'CQMPANY ST. VINCENT COLLEGE LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA Courses Offered: Pre-medical, Teacher Training, Pre-legal Chemistry, Sociology, Music, Psychology Engineering . . . Business Administration Communicate with the Dean WOMAN'S CIVIC CLUB OF BROOKLINE Pittshurglfs Lcacling Jewelers tor Over lOO Years Phone Wlllaxd 1-6161 Woocl St. at 6tl1 Ave. Grogan Blclg. Pittshurgli, Pa. r 4 KOOLVENT ALUMINUM AWNING C0 ldeleplione Ari lantic l-l2-16 W. M. Kent, Factory Representative DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY H878-1953l Cefebraiing Jeueniy-five yeard o Jeruice io the Community through Clzridiian eclucaiion. DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY ATOP THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE PITTSBURGH 19, PA. VANG READY MIXED CONCRETE COMPANY Concrete Delivered Anywhere GRANT BUILDING PITTSBURGH, PA. Telephone GRant 1-0700 ,,.: C'-EAN and BRIGHT :" 'ifla ,,,, , '-"2 . . . HER DELIGHT fi Thanks To Her Fully Automatic X. 31 V',r A ELECTRIC RANGE Z M -1, N . amen mEAl.s E-ca, Q25 IZI Q? ,',' Z ss !f,, V -. I y,,, T THR' C I -if H ' Q 0 Y all those benefits and more will be yours when you begi t cook on a modern, carefree Electric Range. Automat f atures assure you more leisur time. Controlled he t mean b tt meals. And y k't h ill stay bright, be El t ' k' g ' l G t y Electric Range son . H EEUU' l ll - 1-v l 5 560 Ohem G' YOU! REDDY KILOWATT DEALEIUS A . , DUQUESNE LIGHT COMPANY Zane 'Q 5 l: I ll lp mums amen THE CATHOLIC THEATRE GUILD OF PITTSBURGH presents . . . BLOOMER GIRL CA Musicall MAY lst and 2nd Schenley High School Auditorium Tickets: Cath. Cul. Center-Horne's Dept. Store P-G RESTAURANT WINES . . . LIQUORS 3031 West Liberty Avenue Dormont BEST WISHES from PITTSBURGH HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 500 FINLEY STREET PITTSBURGH 6, PA. 80 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Residential . . . Commercial Painting-Decorating-Cleaning Wallpapers of Distinction SNIVELY-IOSEPH COMPANY MOntrose 1-2892 413 N. Highland Avenue Pittsburgh 6, Pa. Congratulations LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE No. 581 and WOMEN OF THE MOOSE No.' 1155 Phone MUseum 2-8602 ALLEGHENY TELEVISION, INC. Complete Television Service Since 1948 4409 Butler Street SChen1ey 1-2172 JOSEPH C. PARIS Funeral Director 4825 Butler Street Pittsburgh, Pa. Compliments of A FRIEND Phone SChen1ey 1-2977 MALETICH PURE FOOD MARKET 4701 Hatfield Street Pittsburgh 1, Pa. MUseum I-9197 ' MUseum 2-4111 EMPIRE FURNITURE COMPANY Manufacturers ot Custom Built Living Room Furniture FURNITURE FOR EVERY ROOM 4039 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh 24, Pa. Congratulations ST. KIERAN'S PARISH lim, Shirley, Mom, Pop, Eileen, Regis RUFFNER FAMILY Iohn, Ianet, Martha, Carl, Ioan 4 4,5397 ' ' W Q?9-QYQVQ IQJ I 'LIFES ANXIQUS BENCHU GERTRUDE HQWARD, CQLUMNIST CSTARSHINED Everyman has a dream, everyman on Life's Highway Is part of the scheme, His Plans and Thoughts Woven in the Veil of Destiny. I am about my Father's Business on Life's Highway With my Dreams and Schemes Hoping to weave my desires and wishes Into Sackcloth and ashes and profound love. As my friends are seated on Life's Anxious Bench Beset with tales of woe and burdens harsh May I share their cares and stop awhile, Then follow the winding road of Charity. I offer Him, the God above, the tears of Mary Magdalene, And silent prayer, To temper the Blood of his Sacred Heart And Ease His Crown of Thorns. To do good each day I breathe This precious Vow I hope to keep, With my conscience as my Taskmaster, And a cleansed soul my guiding light. I hope my heart may be filled with Faith and Beauty, And my tongue impart a treasuretrove of encouragement While each waking day may I ever rejoice With the willingness to be about my Father's Business .... l1l- l-,illln Studio of PUBLICITY Ea IDEAS H0437 cqcfosfrfiaing dlfaacfs U 1115 Bellaire Avenue LEl1igl1 I-7952 Pittsburgh 26, Pa, KWWWW G! H. D. Hirsh E. J. HERGENROEDER Madam: AUDITOBIUM SEATING STRUCTURAL STEEL and 'Um ' " LABORATORY FURNITURE Elizabeth Seton High School I furnished by furnished by THE HUGHES-OGILVIE COMPANY 327 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. KEYSTONE FABRICATING GBCM 1-2222 CCJMPANY Distributors of 652 CENTURY BUILDING Office Furniture, Classroom Desks, Gymnasium E ' d PITTSBURGH 22, PA. qmpmem an Wood and Steel Casework for Hospitals and Institutions t ..... f g 2:- 3 T , X T 7: ...1----- Same people fefieae in Zack, 052-we meme carl!!! RAYMOND R. CRAHEN 'I200 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDG. PITTSBURGH 19, PA. NORTH HILLS DAIRY WELLINGTON 1-2600 Compliments of X7 ' Siege, inc. 2705 NO. Charles Street Pittsburgh 14, Pa. COMPLETE STAGE EQUIPMENT W. H. WILLIAMS LUMBER CO. PREBLE AVENUE, NORTH SIDE Building and Industrial Lumber Special Millwork to Your Design Pittsburgh, Pa. CEdar l-6700 EDWARD A. ZILIAN Pharmacist North Side-Phone Llnden 1-2604 3898 Brighton Rd. Cat Kleberl Pittsburgh 12, Pa. Congratulations WILLIAM F. 0'BRIEN FUNERAL DIRECTOR ANDREA DANCE STUDIO Ballet Par Excellence Toe, Acrobatic, Tap, Adagio and Ballroom Beginners, Intermediates and Advance Students Under Supervision of Maurice and Andrea, Internationally-known Dance Team Endorsed by American Guild of Variety Artists 901 Ridge Avenue, Pittsburgh ALlegheny 1-4158 lVIORGAN'S CLEANING AND DYEING Cleaning to Perfection in Our Modern Cleaning Plant ALTERATIONS AND FUR STORAGE Llnden 1-6400-Llnden 1-6401 51 Meade Avenue Bellevue, Pa. Congratulations Bellevue Council No. 1400 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS IQ!! ll Congratulations from BUSCI-I Sz BECK, INC. Excavators for the New ESHS Addition Excavating, Grading and Hauling Contractors Power Shovel and Crane Bulldozers Hi-L it Shovels Dump Trucks WE1lingt CONTRACT OR HOURLY RATES CINDERS - SLAG - RED DOG ...TOP SOIL... OFFICE AND YARD Th p R R d All P k P P O BOX 4339 PITTSBURGH 4 PA -T 1 ph - 1 1717 C24 Hours? PE WA1nut I-4021 y 11 48300 I-.. n THE ROSELIA HOSPITAL Offers an 18-Month Course in PRACTICAL NURSING M URD O CH CHEVROLET Accredited by the State of Pennsylvania Classes enter September and March Wrue: DIRECTOR or NURSING MAYHOWQI 16200 1612 Cliff Street, Pittsburgh l9, Pa., or Phone Glzlant l-1771 BEST WISHES FOR YOUR SUCCESS FROM ERNEST W' LAUSCHKE PATRIZIO ART MOSAIC COMPANY Manufacturers' Representative Terrazzo and Mosaic Contractors Hollow Metal Work, Kalamein Doors, Incinerators, 2022 Fifth Aifeflue Pitlsbllwhf PU Bronze and Aluminum, Architectural Terra Cotta, PhOHeGRUHf1'3942 Flag Poles, lamestown Metal Corp., loseph Goder Incinerator, Inc., Michaels Art Bronze Co., American For Flowers, See . . . Terra Cotta Co., Baartol Co. C. PAUL GALLAHER Diamond and Market Street 807 Standard Life Building Pittsburgh 22, Pa. ph.-me ATIQHIIC 1.5232 ATlantic 1-7969 7a ELINOR M. KANE The Executive Board of the Democratic Women's Guild Congrafulaiiond GEORGE I-I. SOFFEI.. COMPANY, INC. Mechanical Contraciord Plumbing-I-Iectting-Air Conditioning Refrigeration-Sprinkler Process ornd Industriorl Piping I'IEm1ock 1-6121 1700 Iane Street Pittsburgh 3, Pennsylvania Phone PLuntc1tion 175252 Compliments SOLOF'S FURNITURE STORE SOPHIE SOLOF, Proprietor -Of- Complete Home Furnishers For Over 60 Years RUSSELL IONES sUPER1oR coAcH sALEs CORP. 4846 Library Road Pittsburgh 34, Pa. Route 51 at Irwin Drive Pittsburgh 27. Pct. MATTER BROS. CSince 19191 PLUMBING, HEATING, HOME APPLIANCES Kitchen Modernization-Stainless Steel cmd Formica Tops 2934 West Liberty Avenue LEhigh I-1806-7 Compliments ioft. TAYLOR IAMS WEST LIBERTY LUMBER coMPANY 1211 West Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, Pct. Distributors for MARMON-HERRINGTON A1l'WheeI-Drive Trucks FORD CONVERSIONS-4 OR 6 WHEEL DRIVE Marmon-Herrington Parts' Service 2232 Sarah Street, South Side EVerg1otde I-3700 Interior and Exterior Painting ERNEST J. RAMASSIN QUALITY WoRK Construction Lighting Engineering FERRY ELECTRIC COMPANY 2038 West Liberty Avenue LOcust 1-4700 Pittsburgh 26, Pa. RALPH I. CERMINARA IUKE Boxss Fon ALL OCCASIONS Weddings-Parties-Picnics F Ieldbrook 1-2013 Compliments -Of- l OE GORSKI 530 BROOKLINE BLVD. Compliments of JACOB AND BEATRICE LABOVITZ 542 Brookline Boulevard Compliments of JAMES DeBASI and CHARLES THOMAS Compliments of COURT SOUTH HILLS No. 623 Catholic Daughters of America Compliments of BEECHVIEW AMERICAN LEGION POST No. 740 BEVERLY FARMS EXTRA RICH MILK 1234 REEDSDALE STREET PITTSBURGH 33, PENNA. Telephone FAirtax 1-3688 BELLEM PLASTERING COMPANY A. W. Bellem-H. I. Bellem Plastering Contractors PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL Cement and Stucco Work Metal Lathing and Furring 1166 Morningside Avenue EMerson 1-0328 PAUL KRESS 6 SON, Inc. STONE CONTRACTORS Millvale, Pa. Mlllvale 1-2772 SHERRY LERNER 5536 KAMIN STREET PITTSBURGH, PA. Congratulations! IAMES F. KELLEHER Structural Steel Erection-Engineering Reinforcing Rods, Steel Ioist Specialist in Arc Welding and Structural Steel Construction AL1egheny 1-3589 232 Marshall Avenue Pittsburgh 14, Pa WA1nut 1-1915 Compliments HARRY C. SUEHR COMPANY of Wholesale School Supplies A FRIEND 411 South Main Street Pittsburgh, Pa. SUPREME CLEANERS 293 Beverly Road Phone LOcust 1-1082 THE FILLION STUDIOS School of M usic-Speech-Dancing 70 Teachers, 45 Branches-Enroll Any Time 5321 Fifth Avenue Call MAyflower 1-8300 ENGINEERED MATERIALS COMPANY We were pleased to have furnished Lhe "GRIPT1TE" Aluminum Framing for the Slate Blackboards Pittsburgh 29, Pa. Best Wishes THOMAS F. POWER FAMILY Mt. Lebanon Garage LOcust 1-1883 Fred W. Doerzbacher F-0-11-D SOUTH HILLS PLUMBING COMPANY Salesiservice fRegiSieredJ Phone LOcust 1-1776 Plumbing - - - Heating 600 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon Pittsburgh 600 Brookline Boulevard Pittsburgh 26, Pa. POWERS MOTOR SALES, INC. 1561 West Liberty Avenue DUQUESNE SLAC PRODUCTS COMPANY 809 Bingham Street Pittsburgh 3, Pa. Compliments of BLUE BONNET BAKERY Quality Baked Goods 906 Brookline Boulevard Provident Federal Savings 8 Loan Ass'n Insured Accounts-Liberal Dividends 219 Shiloh Street Pittsburgh 11, Pa. DI VINCENZO STUDIOS Complete Church and Chapel Decorating Service 320 Maple Terrace Pittsburgh 11, Pa. EVerg1ade 1-8652 DORMONT OLDSMOBILE COMPANY M. F. SNYDER COMPANY 2885 West Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh 16, Pa. FOR SERVICE IN MT. LEBANON, DORMONT, GREENTREE, CALL LOcust 1-5800 BEER-ALE Cold on Request-Ginger Ale, Soda Water. Soft Drinks STONE'S DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 1569 McFarland Road CHAPEL PEWS ...in... Elizabeth Seton High School . . . by . . . CLAYTON SHEASLEY Church Furnishings SLIPPERY ROCK, PA. Compliments of LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Hazelwood Lodge No. 486 -and- WOMEN OF THE MOOSE Hazelwood Chapter No. 1178 af GEORGE E. WINNER Brownsville FRED STEINLE -With- Donaldson Motor Company NEW CHEVROLET CARS AND TRUCKS USED CARS AND TRUCKS Phone: ROseWood 1-8527 BASTIAN BROS. COMPANY ROCHESTER, NEW YoRK Designers, Producers of Exclusive High School Iewelry Genuine Hand Engraved Commencement Announcements-Personal Cards MR. CHARLES E. MCDONALD 920 Investment Building 239 Fourth Avenue Pittsburgh 22, Pa BROOKLINE PHARMACY 502 BROOKLINE BOULEVARD LEhigh 1-4883 Best Wishes THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH ANDREW OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURAN F. GOYETTE-General Agent CE COMPANY of California Life Insurance, Annuities, Accident and Sickness, Group 410 Alcoa Building Pittsburgh 19, Pa Phone ATlcxntic 1-4000 THOMAS E'wHlTTEN '7,if.. V-..f17E , .....,....,,.. E Q , . ........ .....,, , '- V 4... Wy ' H? 'ii 5. 11 1 5' ,QP lx V1 4 X -Af 0 N ,cl . .....,.. ' ', 'IIAI-vsqlf' 6 NEW CLUB ALLEYS INC. The Pinkerton School for Secretaries Day and Evening Classes FREE LIFETIME PLACE SERVICE Visit, Write, or Phone . . . 818 Libert A y venue Pittsburgh 22, Pa EXpress 1-0800 KNAPP BROTHERS COMPANY I-'ish . . . Oysters . . . Sea Food 116 Boulevard of Allies Pittsburgh 22, Pa Compliments of IOHN I. FIORUCCI Aldenncm 3404 PENN AVENUE PITTSBURGH I, PA. PROVIDENCE HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING BEAVER FALLS, PA. Classes begin Iune 7 RADIO CAFE 514 Grunt Street Phone COurt I-9874 KNIGHTS OF EQUITY AND PITTSBURGH IRISH CLUB X CONGRATULATIONS and BEST OF GOOD WISHES SAM'S HARDWARE 950 Brookline Boulevard PETER RAUCH COMPANY HOME BUILDERS LOcust 1-6112-Phone Answers At All Hours L. A. Rauch-T. A. Rauch Nationally Famous Medical Secretarial Training for Positions as Valuable Assistants to Prominent Physicians Everywhere Wide demand all over the country for BTC's Medical Secretarial graduates. Unusual 2-year program: Several weeks as hospital intern. Learn to take involved medical dic- tation, perform laboratory duties, study operative procedures, nursing techniques. Gain poise, charm in nationally famous course. Aptitude tests assure you success if accepted. Write or Call for Interesting Literature and Opportunities for Admission BUSINESS TRAINING COLLEGE Dorothy C. Finkelhor, Ph.D., Dean 2802 West Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh 16, Pa. Carlton House 550 Grant St-I Pghnl Pa. fPhone GRant 1-72271 Phone HEmlock 1-4022 ERNEST KUHN POULTRY AND EGGS Delivered to Your Door 107 WALTER STREET PITTSBURGH 10, PA. GANTER'S MEATS Wholesale and Retail Butter . . . Eggs . . . Poultry HOOVER 81 DIGGS COMPANY General Insurance 316 Fourth Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. Office: COurt 1-5290 Home: CEdar 1-1346 LOUIS A. HORN Prescription Optician 821 Bessemer Bldg., Sixth St. Pittsburgh 22, Pa. SCHlVIIDT'S COMFORT SHOES Since 1873 X RK' MXN R Nursing Is a Fine Profession A There are many rewards in a nursing caree young woman who Wants to be part of a r-and many opportunities for the n honored profession. When you think of your future . . . think of nursing. FOR INFORMATION ABOUT S CHOOLS OF NURSING INQUIRE AT YOUR COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL. HOSPITAL, OR COLLEGE 74a ROBERTMORRIS Saws' 2 ACCOUNTING BUSINESS LAW SECRETARIAL Horn WILLIAM PENN . A1'LANnc 1-0912 . rlrrssuncn 19 PA CHARLES McTAGGART Lk Borden Cheese Co. 633 BAR 633 Fifth Avenue COurt 1-8108 BRUCK UNIFORM COMPANY KEENAN BUILDING Compliments of ED BARTELL Club Celebrity, KQV 643 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh 22, Pct. GRant 1-2989 ALDERMAN FRANK R. BRUNO 533 Fifth Avenue AT1cmtic 1-2171 '7 f D. LARSON Milk Company X .ns will 1627 SAW MILL RUN BLVD. PLantation 1-9200 Best Wishes! FRANK F . DeBOR FELIX PERRI 6. SONS BUILDER OF LOW COST HOMES AND CONTRACT HOUSES Ceramic Tile Work in this School by BEECHVIEW MANTEL 6. TILE CO 1347 WEST LIBERTY AVENUE PITTSBURGH 26, PA. Compliments of A FRIEND STANDARD SERVICE, INC. WATERPROOFING CONTRACTORS Concrete Restoration - Waterproofing Pointing - Caulking LEhigh 1-9100 1201 Banksville Road Pittsburgh 16, Pa JAMES H. WILSON FRemont 1-5332 A. J. BUERKLE P1umbing-Heating-Remodeling 1305 Biltmore Avenue Dormont, Pct. WALSH Beer Distributor 966 BROOKLINE BLVD. LOcust 1-3251 84 X I I 9? Iii 6 W D. T. BRUDERICK LUMBER COMPANY, INC. I 0 1610 POTOMAC AVE. PITTSBURGH 16, PENNA. Ib ,A if I II A I' I" I I I L7 f J Jam- 2m4.,,,4s f BETTY LOU BAKING CO. 829 INDUSTRY STREET, MT. OLIVER A. C. FAUTH, Prop. HEmIock 1-7000 GOOD FOOD FOR Jann SBXIUII sr co. CH ICAGO-LONG ISLAND CITY DALLAS-ATLANTA PlTTSBURGH-DETROIT- PHILADE Congratulations to . . . Elizabeth Seton High School GO TO BARDS FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT SETON HILL ACADEMY ALUMNAE Complhnents of A FRIEND 86 J. E. FOSS COMPANY Cameras and Film 2422 Saw Mill Run Boulevard Locust 1-0934 TAPE RECORDERS FRED J. GALLAS Pipe Organs-Tape Recorders 'x Open evenings FOR YOUR convenience- A Drive in and Get Acquainted With Us 1-X R MT. LEBANON MOTORS, INC. DODGE-Brilliant New 6's and V-8's PLYMOUTH- -Popular Car for All the Family DODGE-"Iob-Rated" Trucks USED CARS-Triple Checked for Safety 904 Woodbourne Ave. Shop-100 MCNQHY Bd. 2950 Banksville Road Fleldbrook 1-3131 COurt 1-9666 Pete Mitchell, Manager Compliments ot MITOHELIJS RESTAURANT 81 BAR JOHNSMANVILLE SALES CORP. Acoustical Contractors 511 Court Place Pittsburgh 19, Pa. THE BROOKLINE JOURNAL STOLL'S DRUG STORE 1600 Broadway CCor. Hampshirel 824 Brookline Boulevard Pittsburgh 26, Pa. Beechview, Pittsburgh 16, Pa. LOcust 1-4444 THE BROOKLINE PLUMBER RRENTWOOD MOTOR COACH CO. Registered PLantation 1-3815 A. G. HOFMANN Coaches are available for Chartered Trips from Brentwood, Mt. 613 Brookline Boulevard Pittsburgh 26, Pa. Oliver, City of Pittsburgh and other South Hills Communities Fleldbrook 1-7873 CO1onia1 3-8614 J. J. FLAHERTY 81 SONS Painting Contracting 1818 Fallowfield Avenue Pittsburgh 16, Pa. SAXONWALD GREENHOUSES Seasonable Cut Flowers FRESHNESS GUARANTEED We Telegraph Flowers-PLantation 1-0100 South Hills Pittsburgh 34, Pa. DOWNTOWN MOTORS Pontiac OLAF E. OLSEN 2001 West Liberty Avenue South Hills Phone LOcust 1-4500 THOMAS O. DAVIS, JR. Alderman 1663 Broadway Compliments ot JOSEPH H. VOGEL X ,H I- ,f y H , J I I ff I , I Iv SETGN HILL CQLLEGE WW can tallnxallegi II! I A Tlie Elizalietli Seton Guilct, II Tlie Alumnae, Tlie Faculty, ancit 'IQ4 Tl-ie Stuctents It , 03 O gil? ELIZABETH SETQN HIGH SCHCDOL I on tlie splenctict acliievenient ot twelve years ot earnest ettort ancl unwavering loyalty. all mnffoa mmm I 4 .5 , I ' I I I 88 vwq, 175 gm,-r as ' A s ' ' P X N-,f 1. I '. f , S 'Q Luyfj, -1gff',g."f ' 14-1 v " , 1 'K ,X K


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