Fontbonne Academy - Yearbook (Milton, MA)

 - Class of 1958

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Lows DE BIONTFORT U 1, 4-K x E f Q 'U 1" ' , . ,gh 1 ,-,, -all 0 BROOK ROAD 0 M ' .1- A Sistei Mary Flavia, Principal Sister Mary Aloysius Sister Marv Caimeline Sistei Mary Cyrille Sister Eleanor Marie Sister Mary Fanchon Sister Mary G1 etchen Sister Mary Ina Sister Mary Jose 4 FGREWORD 1'1111sr 111 111 0 1 sf sf111111 1111 111111111119 111 F111111101111f A111111111111 111 60111117101 1001 111 11111 10119 1111119 1101 111 q111s 11110 111111 0111111101011 11010111 19 10 1113011161 1111111110115 1111111111113 111111 111111118 O11 11113111011 111' F011fbo1111f 11119 111113 176617 1 11 s 11111 111111111s' f11f 901111119 Each s111'01111 111111 IQ 1 1 1191101131111 10 1sf111111s11 1111111110119 111 shape 1011111 s 1 0 1 Fill 1111 11101119 11111111 1 111111011111 4 1111111111 1 111111 11110111111 11101111 1 111 1 If 1111 1111110111 111 11111 111 1 11 F111 771720 1 1 11111111111 1 11110 IIS 111111 1110 07 7111111111219 of fl 9111111961 Fl171'b0111?0 If 1111'11 111 111 II 111 the 11111111 of 0111 1101111s 11011 11111 1111s1 111111091 1111111 11111111 1 1 1 1 1111 111s s 11 011111 of 1011 11 1111 01101 0111 9111 1 1119 C 01 1111 11111 1 ze G111111 F111111f11111 1 111 01111185 11011111 71 11111 '1S 1 19 1110 101111 F1111tb0111111 Aca111111111 11119 11111111111 1111111g f1I1QI 111791 fO117 1101179 T Sister Mary Lois Sister Mary Louisette Sister Mai ie de Sales Sister Mary Rita Sistei Maiy Robeita Sister Mary St. James Sister Mary St. Theresa Sistei Maiy Thomas Sister Mary Vincentius CONTENTS Seniors Page 19 a Underclasses Page 59 Activities Page 75 0 if kjzv. . DEDIC TIO , 'V FW' ft Q r it t ? it pol 5 I i .y v 4 3 I M- 3 1, t v l Q ' t 7 3 , tg, gy 3 ga , a 3 i ., do i ,a , 1 r , gf, - A gg I.. at 5 ' V, tl E 1 Q 1 V ft 2 'P ag 2 5 5 'ff' 51 t il i ,r 'A El . fi 5 'Y .V 4x Ti f ,, v Q IQ ,,," 1 7 I if L " . .,,.' 1 ' V . 1.3, 4' U .. , 3, , W L , v 'ff '- Q- Q ? .dk ' Q W, 5 ,, W, . fa-ak? ' ' , L .:.f I ill fili,-eanvy .st , ff Fontbonne Academy has presented an ideal to us for four years. The importance ot' achiev- ing this ideal has been placed even before aca- demic accomplishment. That ideal is the con- cept of a truly valiant woman. Valiant women! A listing of them would run like a litany crowned by the most gracious name of Mary Immaculate. One woman to whom we ovve special tribute is Mother St. John Fontbonne, spiritual mother to our teachers. the Sisters of Saint Joseph. She was in every sense a valiant Christian woman: her zeal, her wisdom, her courage have come down through the years as a spirit which marks the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph. Because we have been inspired by this spirit of Mother St. John Fontbonne and her spiri- tual daughters. we dedicate FONTBONNE. our first yearbook. to all the Sisters of Saint .loseph of Boston. Through sacrifice, labor. and prayer they have erected Fonthonne Academy: but what is more important. by the example of their devotedness. selflessness. and generosity they have implanted in us the seeds of what we also aspire to be-valiant women. 5 AREHBISHUPE HOUSE 2101 CD EN A A L Bans TGN35 MASS Dear Graduates of Fontbonne Yours IS the honor and pleasure of be1ng the f1rst class to be graduated from Fontbonne Academy I congratulate you and w1sh you success T be the f1rst graduates of a school 1S a heavy respons1b1l1ty You Wlll be the f1rst to be known as Fontbonne alumnae and 1n turn Fontbonne w1ll reach a w1der publ1c through you May you fulf1ll your trust loyally and W1th d1st1nct1on The SOC16ty you w1ll go out 1nto whether d1rectly or as a college student 1S 1n a per1od of change It cannot rema1n as lt lS It must grow better or worse And you the 1nd1v1dual graduate w1ll have a part 1n that Change The Church through the well tra1ned faculty of Fontbonne has educated you for serv1ce The name of your school 1n ltself lS an 1nsp1rat1on for the founta1n has always been a symbol of l1fe and of hope A fountam to be useful has to g1VB Jvater that 1S fresh that 1S water Wh1Ch responds to man s needs It must also be dependable, rel1able at all t1mes and under all clrcumstances It w1ll not be enough for you to th1nk of yourselves as alumnae of Fontbonne Unless you use what the school has taught you you w1ll not funct1on a a good founta1n and by your pass1v1ty you w1ll have Jo1ned the oppos1t1on If the Church could count on the large numbers she graduates each year becorrung an aCtlVS apostolate she would see the t1de of athelsm begln turn She would see the world approach1ng the feet of ltS K1ng No warfare 1S easy on the sp1r1tual level lt 15 yet harder than on physlca terra1n Can I have conf1dence that you w1ll be the vanguard of a new reg1ment carrymg the banner of Fontbonne as a rally1ng po1nt of the battle 'P I belleve I can God be w1th you Congratulatlng you on the successful cornplet1on of your secondary educat1on under the guldance and teach1ng of the S1sters of St Joseph I am W1th every blessln I f Bo v MM WE LTH v'rx..E n H .V , . . . . O 1 I n 1 . . Y . 1 1 . , , . - 1 . X . . . 1 r Y . . ' 1 1 S 1 Y , to , L . , . ' 1 . . . D ' ' D I X ,J , I ,X fl-Q In the l ,Q il. 'T' x wg.,M if- -f.V wif ., 'sn ...Wu X 1.5 1' .. W4 , 5 I 'gf if 2:2 Nw? "ff . 4: shadow ofthe Cross and under the guidance of Saint I0scph,. 'Y 'Q- M 'cf fl. , . it JI A K A , X A W I yas Lil, .z 3:1 f Q."'5 s if ., v 'M Q ffm-1. ,aff ,- ' ' "1" 1 .lf 'T wg -4 ,,,.4 wa, N, Q '11 W, , . ,I br A1 we advanced in Wisdom and grace, and , w nm, ' ,QQ A I . '1,l ,. I ,, .q,, E' , 5 ., 'L " f 1-L" - A ":"1"'ifi1'fZo-.,.""'?r' 1--...V+-' f 'r'i" r A' -4' I Qtxf' if ' " 1' 7-vi " of 4-- QI- Q 1 . r x - A :v fx 1:5 5 ' '- 51 if .' - F 4 s di U' 1 ? 'xx' '4 ,73-"rg K ti I vc , I 9 y .1 K ls Q v. V xr 1514515 79 'ff N1 ' W 'r Q, 'Qu is -A.. ' 1, ri. I ,4::ef3,'.Qaef ', 5 ., Q .5 3 A ' X' W Seniol 'lcceptthechul w ,K :C ' Q lenge of bu k Octobex wah ' gb 4 ' . Q xe'1ther Q 0 I ' ' JL 'I - his gh fy , ,4- .ffnifw-5 , 52" ....... :: :: :m ' IR " 'aa' . " - 4 " .A:. 'abs Trg J I .JL in the love of Fontbonne. 49 N' N i4T,,,,,g ,mmx Q . '!,ff,:r.i J' '1 1 fjfz X .- V . ff ,, 0 Fontbonne hold safe Within your Walls . . . A q t ment before the Bl d S ' ment. pn H '17, w. Uv Viv! 1 y 1 a x IEII IEIIIII lillfl ii ill ll Oul Alma Hate hallowed moments of xouth and Y i .I LQ. 6 1 r ,fL,V 'WT , 2 " - , 4 Q sm Y- --g..,,m-H 8 -1 x 1 Q I 4 if 42905 x. 'Z 15 df r' I as H 5 5 , CW K J. ' 1 HI j Wwwm. 1 05 ' it . 0' K IlN'lIl0l'il'S of swf-1-l 'joxs and l'iIli"illi" lilllifll '-s "5 'S a' , .. 'vtv-f ' - A , , , x .--f --f-?3?bi'..'S"f'i- '3"v'f'A2f'-. Q-if +A 499' . W- -za A,4, ,, , , , K -4, mg - '--... X ,nr -vw Y N..N?1QV v-mn., J Q 1 'f K 4 -Y A wif, x'-M5 , R H. s 5,711 "M-1 'Q . 41' S14 NIQRQ Nl: k J EJ in 0 Kr I 4 A 4 X ...... 1 X 425' ' W 3 ,J , 5 A , w fx Each day We Behold the Senior! A blue lace veil and a cherished class ring mark her outwardly. Marylikeness, grace, and diligence mark her inwardly. She thinks back fondly to the sim- plicity of the Advent ceremonies, Christmas foyer programs, meaningful Offertory pro- cessions. She has thrilled to the success of unique chemistry experiments, epic strug- gles with Vergil, breath-taking basketball games. The 1958 Senior has willingly set her jaw for choral, suffered a becoming anxiety over newspaper and yearbook deadlines. climbed ladders to decorate for dances, and has developed a tremendous love and enthus- iasm for Fontbonnel he fountain of living tru O E i A at F5 ' U X 9 4 -- an . N fi, Fug: A '-M? '-C' .' MU. Q ,,..,, .43 . D 'x. mf' , .. J. W i .fa--"' ,gag fiqg2f-: I 'xt v. X M K., Q- ' gzjfia,-SS.: . 411- 9 if--f '2 "tf5i 424 'Qc ' 'Q QV, s 1, ' f 13314 5ff3 3 1 1. V. "fZi1s!- ,., , 5 K, 4.51 K O v F1 - Q 31 X Yiiw'-:. gi , ' 7 E155 39 I 0? 0 is SE ICR Judith Carols ne Angley School Street Brw antulle St Joseph the Worker Parlsh 1 uelcome neummw 10 fha Pzonccrf happy wan defez to CICCIO zcachcc da at lat fefzousness 0 d pwpow 11116111 Zz 161151 at 11411111 table college boun Ellen Nlarle Bannister 59 Neponset Asenue Dorchester St Ann Parlsh More 0 len ren than hemd pzxze laugh and rlzazmzng mu' JHIPZIIXIKZIC 11161111 uthommg nzptezzcu zn rlzemzmy 1 1167 fm dclzglu 171 nm mg more acquaznl 6177665 Judlth Ann Barrett 40 Brookside Park Wlllton St Gregorw Parlsh fo 1107101 121 S01f1f11 ll Q 6 et 1116 vida 1111111111011 1171761717111 rfczcptzzelx I I fzcd in e qzfzet I 11111 71 111 1 2 11 11111111111 11 1 lil cl t men uf 101 111 tlllllf 0 xz 111100 O"O arf ,I .4 if! M! T 1' Q fuk, iw' V - f-or Nancie Ann Brady 65 Buckingham Road, Quincy Sacred Heart Parish Full of fun . . . Iiitle boy haircut... c'11sy-gomg nmnrzw' dllfgllfffi ,wrong t'ht1I'Ill'ft'IA and fine' p1'1'nf1'pfc'5 . , . lows ro laugh . ..gI'ff of gab . . . lzezzdrd for .flillfilclf in fha' full. Busy Seniors take a final look before L class. S- - rf fl I W f MV? J fd L1 W SE IOR 1 2 gf f' P 6 I a W-' 2. :- X-'V X 6 ev? 'QQ 0011'5?0 gf! E t it ff . cw' , M , 5,15 .1 - ' LTQHQAQASSACHUS, f rv '75 X t , . it a Grace Regina Cain Ellen Callan Cathleen Marie Cannon 40 Stockton Street. Dorchester 8 Mount Pleasant Street, 1272 Brook Road, Milton St. Matthew Parish Hyde Park St. Agatha Parish OWEN WW, ffffimffff A - f'l'f'f'73' HF fmfff"U- :Host Preclous Blood Parish lIfl'tll'Il0Il,V pwxoizulzlfy and flcvfcz' zzfft .. by fm' won-If 115 11 I.0Ill',w'C'ffl' in Cmvwy Fooflmll fan . . . frcfqzzentf H01j'NHN2C Cdl-101' of the 'lF0l'll.fI, . . . bozmcing llofP1'm! A , . f'.1'fwnuw fzffmvlty and zlfzzzzw . . . 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'bf AQ "TP SENIQR Joanne Marne Colllns 131 Cramplan Way Dorchester St Wllllam Parlsh Tennrs anyone9 lrqzrrd brortn eyes rn class quret scholar radrates humor and laughter rn an enzrrronment of frtends Fontbonrzz lrr h tepdancer CYO dele gate to Natrona! Conzrentron Judlth Ann Colllns 120 Lake Shore Drlve Westwood St Margaret Mary Parish Sozlalz t :wth a talent or rtrnnrng trends partral to Eng lrsh lrlerature and B C Sha e pecrre Il artrng or the cur tazn to go .tp K I K NIL O5 ,Ei Maureen Ann Connelly X 22 Augusta Road Mllton St Agatha Parlsh X Sweet personalrty ull 0 rascalzty Englrsh scholar and 'N uture teacher curator of all school plants by apporntment ,Q Mx sees the humor rn all sztuatzons What dzd l do to deserve thrs? 40: rtrrry e rs y ... .. f 514 ll if WF? eff-7 Q75 Sv 1958 ' ' ,'Xx:::K-1-A ' -5 C1 , Nino V -f S5115 ,x'fY5lA5ShCNU , W ,. fy LV, P ff" . f f t it 3 It 1a 5 l 1 Mr . Q , Q X if flax is A3 R ' i W JM - ' f J 'f Q3.-fy, 5' - Eileen Marie Conners 29 Fendale Avenue, Dorchester St. Gregory Parish Reserved . . . sincere . . . obliging... perennial honor xtudent . . . Where Eileen is, there'5 bound to be gaiety and fun . ..cla5x treasurer . . . loyal Font- bonne supporter . . . "Good morning, everybody!" Mary Agnes Corrigan 142 Robertson Street, Quincy St. Mary Parish Quiet member of the clan . . . Mary . . . Sodalist . ..ezfen-tempered . . . an zinderxtanding listener . . . enjoys danc- ing , . .good friend to all. Mary Louise Cotter 90 Cliff Road, Milton St. Mary of the Hills Parish Sweet and unaxmnzing . . . easy to get along with . . . genial manner . . . en- flllliltlifllf worker . . . when :he smiles, the whole world .-'miles with her. "VVhere are your books, girls?" ,,-if' F ll....1 I, .,.. , I e., -. I SENIOR 1 Patricia Ann Coughlin 53 California Avenue. Milton St. Agatha Parish Sltlztf tlmf .FI-IIKCIC' .,.. -'nuff Zvzmzff of alfuzfvzfzlvx . . . ffm fo fu' pf'fxf1'zf1'111 JM tum' If if Lf' fruit I fz 1 zu flllllf .!. S A S f at 1 , ,.7 ,f Barbara Lee Crowley 43 Atherton Street, Stoughton Immaculate Conception Parish Ltafm fliflljflli . . . cya' Illfl-IZIQZL' lnefzfna' ffzoxv gfrluzif . . . tl lYJ771!7l'77lIfl.071 of the fd'l'lv0Il,f and !IlH77Ui0Il! . . . Sl0r1c'hiU'5 izrzzfmxmzfof . , . Iltllfflflll Sfldzljlfl . . . fngff Swzmf' fu lzwzrc 4z'w'y morning. kfgl' ' .Y ::: '."'Y '4 9 e to Q tv in 0 X L X 1 f . .f Nino ,ff I TS 1 N MAssAcNU5 ms. fV' Kathleen Grace Curry 25 Salem Street. West Quincy St. Mary Parish Czzfly-f1a11'f1I . . . true, loyal friend . .. lover lfflgflcfll . . . qzfietrzefs dz'.fgz1ixe5 I1 zlmor ,... t 'fiorflzand ffm' . . . ffrft Sen, for to fofzqzrcv' the vrzfnzmgmpfz . . . Ptzff mrzxtizrzt fO7?1j7cI7Z1071. find- fzmq fm ,So 'fx nfl, J Marty and Bev chuckle over Bren- da's last joke. 98 Jeanne Patrlce De Ossle 8 Bord Qtreet Dorchester St Ambrose Parlsh 111111K lmppx llfllf ll 0 1 111101 1101 mg 111111 Ihr nz!! r011111111e 111111 111011 Ill fflc 511171121 wld 1111111 Smdy 1 1111111 61111116 X lrglllla 'Wlarle Deun 2 39 Fuller Qtreet Dorchester St Matthew Parlsh Cznny 5001111 1 11111 IX 11111111 ltlfll llflllly 111115111161 111 ftllllly 111 111111 Z1 6 111111 6111 .s X700 141 01 1111 R1dc111f110111 11111111 plan 1116111115 math 111 H C Joan Josephlne D1 Glanfellce 11 Els en Road Roshndale St Andrew Parish F11111111 10115 1111 I 1 d1 p ll 11111116 1 11111' 1U III 1101117171111 1 1111111 11111 117111111115 116 Igl flu 4111111 1 1:11 1 6 1 1 ii. Cuff Y MM 3 M 7 I? I-UN M fl M! W :Wx CI W K fi itil?- x 'TF gf eg 4? R Dorothx Ann D1Natale gl Theresfl Ro'1d Qumcx Qt Xg'1th'1 Parish lzztlf one l m I 1 4 lozc flmzfnzg frvcmc 1 tlmzfglzffzrl mmf 11011 Ixflz K1 tjpwfzl fun Bei erls Ann Dodge 20 qouthsleu Qtreet DorcheQter St xxlllllm Parmh 1 und nn I fr I Ol Ill f'071Il0717It flfflllfif' fvlzf mf :ml flmnxlzffzrl amz! and zrzrcva ulraaj fm 1 fl llflflllg lz H11 1 lp! zfogzzfvluz ccutmzl gmzp Grace Marie Doherty 1486 Commonwealth Avenue Brighton St Gabriel Monastery Parish P :Je .',' 6' Jincerfiy and :fmplirfty . . . finds Sodrzlity a chal- lenge . . . conzpelcnt Jtudwzt . . . df't1'nf11'ze auburn pony fail . . . gene1'0u.f C0?72H7I'flt'C' n 01' er . . . 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"f1f'1, fhifi' flflllfl pr'- . .1.., 1 . . aff' HW' wllv 101. .'.' tf1lIr111f1c'-1111. Sic, 1 S NIOR 1-0 Ar"1'X V, JJ., 6 'lf H. '- 1. Mary Teresa Driscoll 9 Grafton Avenue. East Milton St. Agatha Parish COIl2'fL'0II.f and .ffrzrcfc . . . 1z'1'lI1'z1g and fmt .... - 't'I'1'0Il,f-fllfffi fzzmzorfsl . . . adzlf II f'f1c'z'f'f11l f11n10.fpfzv1'f to ilu' ClN5A'l'00777 ...urzxzozzs to co-opwulc . . . znzfzivzlrn- ing nmrzrzw' 1171-SgIlI'5C'.f zz fall ftudfrzt . .. z1fff,fIt1r1f Ulf!-fill of x'a12'Iv001q. J' X11 Def New rt of E Q'-f ::: V-"Q ,M , T15 M'LT0N MASSACHUSE t I ,D ,x 'lx ' ' rx 5 I 15, ' h Q6 D M ' si' so M. Cs 'T' '95 A M5 .. ., of. 1 Joanne Marie Duane 20 l'tica Street, Quincy St. Boniface Parish A Q3 I5 H 4Gi Jean Marie Duke hson Street. Dorchester St. Ambrose Parish Smflzfzkf . . . 11'1',-'jvfizyf t'7IL'I'r1!7!l' poixc' . .. llmzoz' ffllllifllf . . . zcfvrfqx qzlfzllv and Zitlllll-flfll' 11fvf1c'111'f111c'c' . . . ffzougfztfzzf of 1'ff1'z'1'c'1zlfy . . . gC'l1UI'Oll.f zwitfz mm offzwxf . . . zjzfirf and .f6'1'f0Il.ffI1 flax! . .. obffgfrzg . . . btzsfzful . . . .vfzzrmc mzzfmzzlc'rm1fn1n1'0r1I0 fllary. "lV0mz'n of fell' word.: arc' fh 1 1z'01z1cf11f" Bzrfffzftff l7?tI71zIgf'I' 0 yarn book. Martha. Judy. Irene and Anno disvuss plans for the Fall Frolic. Nlauleen Xnn Dux er 100 Sx dnes Street Dmchexter Nt VS 1ll1.1m l allxh L I IIN 958 4 H lzczf 1 Sandra NI.ux I .xrl ell lait Street llouhestel St NI.ug.uet Parlsh Yr 11 ft cl nz 1 1 0 1 0 K! 711 f U1 fl NL11 19 There-Ne I olex Q Regan Rmd D0lLh6Nt9l St Gregm x Parlxh nzdzzzffzf f r c L1 rf 1771 c f fl r 'gilg 'nn IL ff art ut I 4 fl 'fl 'US 1-Q fy. l Q vf SENIOR Marllw n Clalre Folew 482 Ashmont Street, Dorchester Q1 AnnPar15h L51111111 1111 gn! 111111 1111 0111111111 1111 1111 11111g 11111 1 11 1 I-011111111111 C11111 1 11111111 111 IC 11111111 Show 1 11 11111 1111101 0 1111 51111000 Eleanor I lances P orreat 08 Hull Street Norwood 4? St Cfntherme of Slena Parmh 671117111 C10 111111011 111111 11111 fllf' 110 Cx 110 1 1 C1 OI ZZCIX 1111111101 111111113 11111115 1011111 4 1 11 S1111 111 1 xkww fi :vm ""f7 4 77101211 1 1 1 1 P0111111111 SSFI 111611111 10W 1 J J! m 1'-nf ff by Brenda I oulse Forrv '32 1 Flfth Qt reet, South Boston Gate of Heax en Parlsh 0111 9011111 1201071 161111 6111111111 10111f 71111116 1111111111g II 1 11111 Illg 11111 111 1 11111 IX 11101137121 111 111111 F071 111 1011 1111111011 111616711 0111 0 1111 lilflll 1111111 lulftf' 1110 561717111 11111 IY1111111111111 11111111 5011111 1 ily '01, Y M ' H 0 11 11 Q" v 9 efyxqs O. f 0 A lg 0 qx 2 YP 1 1 f 4 OI, IL, - I, ::: 98 X' , . . I LTOP1-missin 1? YN O xx 4 ,V S 'S S - 1 CHS, S' f A 'E I . J . , , , af X Joyce Mary Francis 5 Selden Street, Dorchester St. Matthew Parish "Super-saturated solution" . . . ener- geiic member of 2116 cheering squad . . . pofxexscs zm1z'm1'ted rongcniality . . . dixplayf znzexpeflcd zrzixflziezfozzfncvpf and I-71!'2't"dIv!71C' .fp1'r1'r of diving now and then . . . mpable buxinesx manager of "F011Ib0nnc." 5- ,... 4? .W 1. V K -.1-sf- , , -le .- - nf:-:il fit 'ZX Kathleen Mary Garrity Mary Margaret Gibbs 583 South Street, Roslindale 65 Westglow Street, Dorchester Sacred Heart Parish St. Ann Parish "Iliff: !'0NZ'l'71U . . . jc! black fwfr and Um' rlllxx f7I'C'fI4lZl'7If . . . L'C7'.x'rIII'!E' and Jfltlffillllg cya: . . . fzbzlndmzf supply of przfvzrfln' fmdw' for fr11zl'ym11gc , . . Kings energy and llzzzghffz' . . . poffe mixed zlfitfi zz Lfoifc' 415 .fzvrcl as .Volker .Yn- ZUIIZIY gdlflil' .... f 665 each laik Ifzrollgfl I141'e'.f...!mf01z cxlz1'l11't1'0111'.vt . . . Soda!- I0 flu' ffrzfxli . . . hopes I0 attend fff...m1d1Q1fc,f c'11If111,f1't1mz for f'z'6ry- fIqz41'm1,v. zfzifzg. Mary and Marty wait for a delayed reaction. SENIOR 'fs il' 1"-'ff' 5 Wqnffmw . A-,, fi,f,Wa.,y,m fr , 1 -all tl 1 Y W LmV if' ,. h A Q4 533: i P in i nien ' in if i it f f 45 - is 2, . Anne Marie Gioiosa Phyllis Marie Goggin Joan Marie Gorman 11 Church Street, Milton 640 Cummins Hwy., Mattapan 45 Nixon Street, Dorchester St. Agatha Parish St. Angela Parish Saint Mark Parish Pl11'rzt,bz'z1,-lzcxgx t lzzbef and pallets True friend . . . .funny disposition . . . ,jddj 355, ,O gh? Senior Clggg , . Z4 may Nnlllflnif 1' flillff' llff' - - - Rf- avid .vp01't5fan,c'fpcfciallyoffootlfull-H ble: over zuizli zz clzeerful manner firing 1' gap ar rc . .1 z11'c't1'n.fpfc'c'l1 louef parties and dnnres . . . H :milf poffcffef a conmgiom xfnfe of humor . . . l'l'5Ifl-V8 'rz zind gli . If!-5f7l!I'X'.f lm' and lqind word for ezferyone . . . sur- ...".l1ny 1116 ben man win" 1 lie? zzf11'qzfiw1'zlfu1,!1'zA,wlzooQpo.czw'f and in rcff will .rarely come to meet her... mmm in gpm-if , , , CYO Queen 1lc'zhn1l1'o11,f Q12 hllirzol dlzrzzw. Sodalisl. v w ' N fe, A 5? Q 1 fy K XA Q S -ry xt -- Q1 5, A Xl xl X gvfs gow 325 Q: S' ix Q 5 P P. iv Na ,gg RJ.-RN i ' NN syjgx x, ss fe Qx l i 2 Mary asks Shelly and Roberta, "Don't we know her?" MP 95 f 1 ,wx Line NIZITIE Grant X 64 Iiudtlngham Road 'Nhlton Qt Elwaheth I'.1r1Qh , Q I fn 1 If 1 Hlnldlft if Hz H 4 ffl 1 I Nlalguellte 'Han tfrueter li Qu, SZ Nlelhourne Road Nhlton St Xgath 1 Parish '? SZHUH Hlllltfflf I H0 C I 7? UI! zfzw Jxcf v 1 Susan Wlarle Hampston 88 Atllntlc Street Qumcw Qacred Heart Parish lit 4 buf It zffz 1 umm If 0 IH071 f f zuzfffx mzfe can llflgzian mm ffm co :fd zftnzcg f zu gcfncrom ..,. tmd Iam! I0 lzcf ffzzrm it 111 lzrduzl tzmf tcof ,f .dh .no-O L fl , J? ' Q X lf! 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South Boston ise Harrington Gate of Heaven Parish I'0t-fgcfoz' of mmx nu m ,. .. L V' ' f' z'1'1'zm1r . . . tzfzmzyx rcwiy !t'I'I11 a fzc'ffv1'11g fztmzf...f!.1ff1f11g flllllft' ,md ,ffnz1lqf1'11g I?I'0It'7Z c'y65 . . . zfzr'ff'fm1fc'f . . . lfillliltl ,fmzfcfzl . ..Srnft1f1lff . . . f!1t7I'7'777tI7Z 3 of Fill! I7f'ol1'f. c if Mary Ellen Catherine Healv 1-I 'ln 1 o. Q h.. J 'Q' ,. Mi, ww, , ,, ,ww - J? V! . .H W ' F ' L ' A it 1 . a., . , u V1 .,,3', ,, we .dv 7 at it, s L: FW .fi H 21 Cape Cod Lane. Milton St. Elizabeth Parish Um' offffztzl mfom' fozrzzfw' . . . ft1z'o11f mtizfz and .va'1r11rc'. .. uzffzl 1'C'tII1'l'I' ..., t 'fmfzg I-7lf!'Iil'J'f Ill nmxzf' and zI'rt1mn11'c.: . . . ,fmgv rl I 'I " ' " ' cr Jnmu . . . You nmdz' Glu' Club?" . . . 6'077fl'!11C71f, mlm, J'.H'6'f4l' rzrfffrd. Nancy Theresa Hennessey 1395 Washington Street. Canton St. John Parish Exlrorrft . It'O71l27l'I'fllf mm f . . p :mmf of brotlierxf ..., f pon- 1411100115 ftlllyllffi' . ..gt1y and z'1'1m'1o1r.-' . . . popzrltu' . . . flair or fads . . . "Deep I'm'pfc" . . . f71vOI1t'C'2' Sodaffft. 4"O I 2 Cuff. Y f 4 6 eyw Q 09" I W6 S vs i .Q A sk f 9'ff'T!ff, , 'm'iiI1jsYsi -1 1 . ' s ' .fy wi A Wadi. Pauline Marie Hennessey 11 Agawam Street, Dorchester St. Ann Parish Viaaeioits redhead . . . ready smile... tops in bowling and baton twirling . . . aetiae member of St. r1nn's CYO . . . her virtues, like her friends, are many. . 'll ol i l 9 8 A fi? ...N-. Roberta Marie Higgins Virginia Marie Holland 170 Edgehill Road, Milton 56 Leonard Street, Dorchester St. Agatha Parish St. Ambrose Parish "Sweeter than the rose of Erin" . . . Willing, friendly, sincere . . . warm endearing smile . . .radiates happiness ,smile , , . flmfg gin- "Ginny" 10 the ...loyal and true to her friends . . . on fore , ,,1OL'Cj 10 lend ii hand , , , "Fonts" staff . . . Sodalist . . . quiet and woz4ldn't miss a Sodality meeting for thorough lt'0I'kC'2' . . . enthusiastic. the world . . . reliable library assistant. Maureen enjoys Jo- anne's and Pegfgy's banter in the lounge. 0ff'fi"s0 SENIOR v . ... -" L-A'. ... i"x' t ' , H' f' i5 'ILTQN-MAssAcHU5g --., ,. . lx J: ,WY Aan.. 'ii W' Q""rn 'tx Mary Margaret Hyde Patricia Ann Iorio Patricia Ann Kane 6 Harhell Terrace, Dorchester 538 East Street, Dedham 20 Weeks Avenue, Roslindale St. Ambrose Parish St. Mary Parish Sacred Heart Parish Spormzrzcozrf SIJIIAXL' for uf! . . . quiet ".Vr1demo1'frNe" . . . loyal I0 Cfflif Gnd Sporlf crzllzusitzfl . . . alzwiyf a friendly l77C'771!7l'i . . . but fnzznzrfzfy fora! . . . fI'I-Uildj l , . Sfr1'c'tu1'rf du Cards Fran- Hfmd for all . , . mnfcfcnlfous worker "l1c't11zI1'fz1f, Imzzzfifzff Znmzwz mei" . . . mir . , . lzfzfrfmz ywzxc of fzzmzor' . . . ,,,Uf'l'f'7' :fray of fending a helping Cliff' Smzfv dffrgtzlc . , . fftllli' fm Frcuffz gp'1'm4,-zzgxcf ,Jzozwrz forllz in l1wHj1l'0f'1q. lmng' , , . dg,:1'gn1'ng fflzool on thc' hori- tzmi Smftlfflx . ..1'II,fj1f'z'1".f Pegfqt 7" . yfjljy, A , zon. . X ilk ' ,."!f,1' L L X ' M' 6 I I qc ?IL1LCt-fl Q V, , -- I f A 1 lt, U, ,, 4,,tf, P , 1 ,P 0 ffffsf , PM 'rr J Q 4 tv eflezc If ',d'kZ"'7 A ' 1 fi! A f , I f ,L K, L I I if f , V . L, V P jim 1 5 f Indian summer -P 4, ii allures Seniors. Koh" L d W 9:18 Ann 'tlarle hells ia Lmdall Street Roshndale VU 4 Sacred Heart Parish S1111 f f 11111111 0 Iflt 1111d111gl1t O11 ll II 0 111 1111 I'11111!1 if 1 111: 11111 on 111 odzfzx x U f11'1c G11139 Anne Dorothw Kennedw 12m Brook Road NIllt0n St Agatha Parish in 'CW f'11p11!1!1 f1h01og111ph11 11161 fongued :ang 116 l 111111111111 111 1111111 1 111 flax 1111111 fled calm behzrzd Il 1111111 ll fowl 11111 ,L ,Af A X 1 L .XYXA7 41 'Wars Lou Khourl 923 Brush Hlll Road Mllton St Plus X Parish F11en11fx and 1161! I1 fd 1111111014 KZ wznnzng mzle 17161 11111 10 I1 1111 lIdd1IIOV1 10 any g10llp 111111 10 0 EI 1161 1111.11 T M o"o fu rf, 1m 43 -f-1 L . 1 ,1 , :-1-"J:""'F' , :""f1f" "' ' ' W .Q U 4,1 J 1 ' V: ,. - Q 1' 11 ' 3 . 7 V A J - - . uw bv 1 37 ' . ' J V' ' . ' 1 'JJ Jin 1 . WTI K 31 .X 11: Of f1'1'1'1? 11: . ., 1 " f 1 ' ' ' ,, , FI . vfjmy 1111 bg' .f ' " ' 11.-if . . . 115 1111'1'1"x' 1x 14' 'f I g Alf' x . . . .recif 1 IS 1 1' 11511 11'.1 ofl1'f1' . . . 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IJ -Q f 10'-Se W 'M fn V BNN SENIOR Prlscxlla Ann I ane 10 Rockdale Street M'1tt'1pan St Angela P'1r1Qh 11, 5011111 1 1!1011fff1 111 11111 f coo 0111 4 111 HHH 1 111' 111 0 1111 1'r1cI!1111 661611113 M111 f 1311111 111 lo 111 I 01111 11110111cf111e11cc 1 11c11f1111 Carol Anne Lapslew 6 0 i onnell Road Dorcheeter St Gregorw P'lIlSh 1c111l1f1 0 111 111 lflffllf 111 1 1111111113 1111 1 11111 11110 Ifllf 1111111 11111 l1b11111111 Wmnlfred Ann Ienn'1n Z 1 Qouth Munroe Terrfxce Dorcheeter Qt XnnP1rlsh 77 1 1 It 11 1111 11111 Il 111171 It 11111 IC 1111 11p zf 11111 01 11111 111 11111 611 1 61 1111l1 fflt 11111 lz 1 I 50111111 1 dh, Vik m mm 44 ' .Y 'wx I . . AY' A 1 n 1 f , g g -:HOU L 0 A C in .1 arf .... f fr" 111" !1H1g...l' nk 1 5 ' 1111'.f' 11- ' ' 11- 1 glyg-5 , , , " - 1 ' - 1 VV 011 E I, 1 N71 J 5 741 ff 2,47 ID 1111 L- J 1 if M' ' 1 11 I KLM, - M11 f JL' K'--'I 1 , jg .gf 11 Y 1, 1 11, 1 1 3,11 ff' .-. - -' ,' If, ' U Y . ,Lei 1 , J . 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Boston Sofz-.fpofgwz . . . fo'm!ff'1'w11Z and .Ginz- pizflzrfzl' ll-fffllfl '... gL'72l'i'0I!.f typsxf ...zz'f11'fcf zlllhli' ffmrr' tzme It'J-ffl iz Ivmflz and iz fmffrf . . . fvffsc !t.'7I11ti'iIf 101111 llizrzrurfq. i., 4+ A if I ' 17 xg fl ze ,fi Mary Louise Lord 21 Tarbox Street, Dedham St. Mary Parish Janet Ruth McCarthy 6-1 Cypress Street, Norwood St. Catherine Parish LYXIIJHUX XCFII rriffz L1 rm' fir!! of girls ,-I qzzfcf !wl1zc'sf'Vxz'rf fizff , . . fozzfmuf ...r'z'f'f'xIf11'11g'i ,Iliff HGl'0FgL'H 7 . . 1z'1'If1 fzfgfz fzorzmif . . . Il'IlH1.71g 1z'oi'fQ4'r 1'1it'7lz'!I Cfzzlz ,i'd'fI-Z!l'7If . . .Lg.S'Yj.I 411 , , , Sfllfilfl-fi' .rr :ff . . . illllklib' Wm" 1,,Wjj,L,w , . . zzoffd jrizu rLj,fSx,V-ztzm' fOi'fIH1 . . .izlgbfzff ffQg'z11f,QQ14x,f1r71c'. , g. A ' V , '7 4L I , V 5 ,V ff. - - 1 ' 2 4 , .- I .1 ,, , lun I V L5 L , it Inky X 1. Ilya! rc, X 2 P 4k I V L 1' lf C. I L ,c V 4 -,. ' ,Q L L, , f- A L . x 1 1 . . f I Q. I, A X4 , X X. , . I, . ' L ' I v ' L .2 lr IJ ILA, iz few, 'X lv X' I, ' 'A ' . . 1 3 ff Qi, 4 1 X gl ii' 'P - - Jn,-An Janice holds her lis- teners speliimoundf SEN IDR ef' 11 Oe 07 Q ' O 5 ' 1' o , V U- ess, up MA Y-5'fr,xwQif'f1"iZff --'lriixf Y mf ff 1L'QF2ci'UZ l l it rj aff Irene Margaret McGillicuuuy Marilou Beatrice McGinn Martha Rose McGinn 73 Walter Street, Roslindale 14 Puritan Drive, Quincy 30 Canton Street, Randolph Sacred Heart Parish St. Ann Parish St. Bernadette Parish Loyal and ifzougfzzfzrf . . . energetic .-I pcfifc pncfgfzge of sterling qzmlftfcx ,fImfnbfe,c'nBI'gc'Z1'C cooperggfm- , , in ,ffvnrff and jflllajllllf . . . get: rexzzlfx ...dlfvplnyx genuine s1'11cc'1'ity of pur- way.: on the go . , . w0rlg1'ng...fzudy in 120111 . . . moft r11',rtfr1cf1'zfe xfmz... pm: and thoughtfulncsx of ollzcrx . . . ing . . . fnughfng . . . helping othez "Hui l'zfc' gofm gc! fiomrf' . . . Sozfrzffty fl raw! fully diplomat . . . lrndrc Z'I'fllII'f'Y ,,,"A1gp1y'5" gygy, .ff'w'cn11'y. to cuwy urlizffly . . . Sodnlity booxtcr. M274-ff f' 5 kj! xlQj7 fg44z4,,,f7'f,z.54ff2,f B X, f'ff.,44 714,11 f7L'4f74f4'4:-z,fZf1-I yzffv f,!.,ff.,c' X I f 5 fwfr Not even a camera distracts J u dit h, Jane, or Brenda. 1958 Clalre Frances Marshall 39 Rosew ood St Mattapan St Angela Parlsh 011161 and 611011 111111111 SOdlI1Ifj 11111111161 ll 66115 g1o0111c'11 1 flffl 1111 F700 776616 1116131 111 111116 1611111 I0 gnc 1 11c1p111g 1111111 10 1111 Rlta Carol Mattallano 61 Hlawatha Road Mattapan St Angela Parlsh Rzta 1111 gn! Itllh 1110 1111c011q11c111111e 1111110 61116110111 111t11g111ng 1116 0 111177701 11111115 161111, 111111 LI 11111 1101d H61 11011113 1 77111 mg 1161111 and czfcfn 661161 cepzng 1116111 Helen Ellzabeth Moore 1040 Pleasant St Canton St lohn Parlsh 1411111 101161 11te1 51001111 161101 batlw 1161111 6711162 md 111111 f1111111zg 11111 11,15 1011115 10 111117 17 f11e1zd 111 nced 11 5 ll pm 61111111 1111p1c 116 O' 'O .QurO- 'LH M 47 sq 15 1511 'U -1 'ik we I 11' 41,1 S R Nhrgaret 'Wars Nlulhn 21 Bloomfield Street DorcheQter Qt AmhroseI"ar1Qh U11 11 111111111 111 Ox 111 11 1 0 1111 C 111111111111 I1 111111 fl 1101 111116111 177111 11111 1 1 fha 111111111141 0 91111111 It 1111111 11 11 11111 y 11111 1711 1111111 1 111 11111111111 If -1' L11 Geraldme Maureen Wlurphx 1611 Dorcheoter As enue Dorcheeter St NIarkPar1Qh 1 111151711 11111111 1101111111 q11111011 1111111 11111 11111111 111 11 I1 1111117137 111 111011611116 110111111 111 1 1111 111 111111111 1 'Worx Iohanna Wlurphx m 13 Galln an Boules ard Dorchester Qt Brendan Parish 11111p11 to 1111 111111111111 1 1 116 S' 01 f7 111111 111111111 1111111111 11 1111 561011 111111 111 1 1111111111111 986 1 71 111111111111 111 1 '1111 1111 111 dh .aff gfwo o Nw 5 1' SWA ' 9 ion r' 1 1 I9 D 'X-Xsef f J M'LlQ'if1A-SQAVELUM 'K' 1 Lg. ' w :A .I J lc h Y .Q 21" X E Janet Marie 0'Neill 84 Clarkson Street, Dorchester St. Peter Parish f1lll'fIyi ready for fun . . . serious ufitlz fzfz' 5111001 zum" . . . 111b01'11t01'y Inch-- nfcfan 1.71 the fulzzrf' . . . qzffdq 10 fwm' ll hand . . . tl llfOlld6I'fIl! f1'ic'nd. r 5' Q 1 E Q , 8 .L nl Patricia Ann Owens Maureen Ann Perkins 4 Hudson Street, Quincy 36 Milton Avenue, Dorchester St. Ann Parish St. Matthew Parish P111 . . . "lf111m1'i .mzffe 1111111615 aff... l11z1'11.ft1'1'01z.f tllllf l'0IlJ'l'ilf71fIUllb 011 gc'11w'f111.f !7Il.fl-7IL'.s',f ,ffzfdwzt . . . 1111'.fr'f112'1'- crzlfzzmifzfl . . . llflznlyx tl Luft 11111 zz 1 om' . , . Z'.llf'.lCl-Ulla' 6'hc'L'I'!t'tIlfC'f . . . zwcff- 11 ,ffm11','Qfr' M7111 ll g1'111 , . . 11154 to lqzmzz gf'r1f1111r'zf .... v ltllllllifl fricvzd . . . tI.ff7f7'c'.f ...11 fllfllil' ft'tIl!7C'I'. Io l1e111101f1c'1' Twzfcy .-lffwfgfzt. Dottie, Pat, and Maureen learn ma- chine techniques. if SENIQR if ,at an me rr .f ,iff i tif L. fl ' un., if if Elinor Marie Pimental 643 Adams Street, Milton St. Agatha Parish Petite damsel with a flair for lung- uage . . . conscientiouf student . . . udzfertisef her difpoxition by her dimpl- ed smile . . . champion spectator at sports . . . sports editor of tlze "Focus," Jean Ellen Porter Nancy Ellen Raby 2 Saxon Street, Dorchester 7 Westvale Road, Milton St. William Parish St. Agatha Parish Clever baton tufirler from St. ll7IIlllf1771'5 Plggmnf and quiet , , , lgygl Sgdghgg ...skilled businesx student . . . WOW ...artistically inclined . . . clever with derful sense of humor , . . confiderate it pen . . . lilies :emi-clasxical music companion . . . look: forward to buff- ,nhgpgg 10 bg gn elementary 5511001 ness career. teacher. 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'D ff' 11.fkf1. 4 " ". 3' - MT, 4 4 i g 1 ' 9 Q .5 -a X I 1 - 1 Q ' ' 421 ii I H' w SE IOR 14' .945 'UN -45 pf Barbara Ann Sanuth '31 xVllll3mS Ax enue, Hs de Park Most PTCCIOUQ Blood Parlsh U 1110113 blofzdz c t po mth ul Vcfzgzl an m 111111 1166 ufffz tlzc c of Smrdu I emplmz c' I puck 111111 371166111 fzznzf Patrlcla Ann Slack Q2 Ph mouth Menue Wlllton St Agatha Parish I 1 ca to pzztmpaic In dfflllflf' Ilzffv nl 171 11111: fllllg c S Ima Lgzccrz pnz uf lmmx roland dog and :Mule mf 7 H O 7 Margaret Marx Sulln an 231 gum Hlll Avenue Dorcheeter St Yhllmm P'1r1Sh H H771 pu omzfm 11171 H11 c guzczou and th zoofvca 1t1Lf 111 zfzoof 1101 lu cfbzfl fa 161177 az uf 771677150 0 Sodafzfy 40: .arf Y mm 52 , r , v fi l 'if I 3,01 J ,lqvdt ii 1 , 1 WW? 'ru' .X if vi- ff ' -r 3 31. . a .-'j, fy fir", A Patricia Ann Swan 125 Thacher Street, Milton St. Mary of the Hills Parish Misehiezfoux "Patty" . . . delight of Senior I . . . curly blaelq hair and blue eyes . . . finds it extremely diffi- cult to lgeep a serious pose . . . enjoys erozudf of people . . . impulfiuely witty. Fontbonne Seniors start the homeward trek. au., Helene Anne Swiatek 68 Thetford Avenue, Dorchester St. Matthew Parish When Polish eyef are .ffflillrllg . . . La vie ext gale." . . . buoyant personality ...impromptu remarks . . . "Late, who me?" . . . honor student . . . enzeee for talent shows. .. WV 1 y 1958, it . I if 1 , ' Q 4 E f ' ffl if , 1' A f' ' ,1 ' M 57 , x bf A ! r qivf Ll ,Vt if ' fi-'fi 63 3 -7. ,I ' f P, P F Joanne Marie Trainor Q54 Laban Pratt Road. Dorchester St. Ann Parish Sweet and serene . . . u'itlz a heart of gold , . . c'xf'a'lx in typing . . . en- elmntf all zviflz her pixie-lilqe ehurnz ..."Helvn, uuzit for me."' SENIOR XWA -'QW G X 1 N 'U' 'Um '-an-9 X ,L 44 khfxi- , 4 he ,Qs '10 0 7 A0 l S X99 Z 'L ,Q - .'?3'l:'ll5..., V ' .f ' 7 . . 13.-?5Ff. a. A 1 X .Ioan Marie Valzania Margaret Ann Wade 370 Fenno Street, Wollaston 15 Coolidge Street, Brookline St. Ann Parish St. Aidan Parish PI.71f of mn-rgy . . . loanif . . . zmiqzzc' Goldwz-tongued onztoz' . . . onetime lmzzgfmzflozz . ..!1lI'f!1l'J'07716 . . . zcfl10lc'- wlnnw' of Red Fczllhfr Cup . . . mlm, .vale f7IH7If7kI.7Z dl..ff1'fl7llf0I' . . . surveys- cool, and collcfrcd . . . lmzfor clam ful in Il'l'7171I'77g ffllfllllf . . . lhllld-Llllll PI'6,fl4dC'71Z . . . talented Tlzcsplan and for czfcry orcaffon . . . atomx and fill-lllflll Sodnlffz . . . flmrms all with tl1c'0f'f'n1,v are her rlzolce. lzer 57711762 162 Neponset Ave. Dorchester St. Ann Parish "Ian" . . . rule, roy, r00perat1'zfc . . . e1fc1'yb0dy'x friend . . . malh zlwells Il'lf!71.ll lzrr mind . . . CYO 6711111451-1151 ...quffvz of flu' CL7f6fL"I'1'H . . . "I fould have danrczz' all n1'gl1I." HSee, right there! Fontbonne wins 19-IS!" -rg nf' if 3 E li Janice Marie Walsh U1 X X, ! 17 L1 1 P 1 4 l9'8. . L' l Q - . ' flu . .311 . 1, 1 L- ' 1 , V .fullu L"U' NLIJ 11 , 4' .V ' .4 -va 1 R. x -.lo Y' J 11 I Margo Kathryn Wilcox: -Q AM L! Randolph Street. Canton 3 ff , , L V St. John Evangelist Parish r ' V "Love mf. fozfe my horse." .... 9 l'IlC'7I!'f,, Latin, and horfex 1 V Vdllk high in her ff.-'f of fr1z'0f'i!a'.f . . . 11 f1'1'ffffzrf! trzffq Ili tl rhalfcvzge...c'nL'1t1Z2fc' roxy mmpfcxfofz . . . tl real ozzfdoor girl- . We V , K ?i fm, Marthea VVillett 30 Pilgrim Road, Quincy ' ' ' ' St. Agatha Parish 2lliffl1if'z'0zu "ilIa1'ty" ..., f wee! in LI .fp6'r1'r1l ll'l1'l' . . Q ,,, Sodnlity meeting rz "n1z1,f.f"...f14tm'c I'C'gf.ffC'I'6d nurse . . . E working . . . sludyfng , . . l1a'lp1'g1g oihcrx . , . thafx ".Ur1rty." I . f .i 1 , . 7.1 af, t ,rf rl 5 I- N .H if ' ,, ff' ' ,xx , 7' 1 ' r " ' 1 , IY fi of It ' , -, 7 j ,S 9' YJ I ll - U J lf ' .f If I x. . ffl -' - T ' 1 ' ' J V, x I ll I' A , If i J" r ,f , "Good afternoon, Sister" . . . "Good afternoon, girls." t i N1 + V' 6 C X 1 ll as -1 N-, ,1 """""N,-, K 'X IU' X , K X ' K .lf "" 4 X A group of Seniors takes time out for pictures during the Senior Frolic. The most popular period of the day-lunch! Jane, her chariot, her friends! Lights, shadows, reflections 5 if SENIOR ancliclri .27 Hungry Seniors need no second bell to summon them to lunch. Winnie and Nancy must be plan- ning some mischief. Rosemary might be auctioning it Ann, Roberta, and Michele review the fine points. Ellen and Grace look up long enough for a smile. e is, 1' 5 l H -" 1 P - 57 f Fontbonne pioneers recalls the early days of trucks, gravel, noise and workmen. sw x 58 My UNDERCLASSES 4 M5 f 1 f 13+ , fi in Diligent study prepares the The underclassmen, on the road to matur- ity, exhibit exuberant school spirit and pro- fess genuine eagerness to learn! They take great pride in having inspected every nook and cranny of Fontbonne. Unlike their Senior sisters, they have no worries except algebra, Caesar, and the color of their gowns for the Junior Prom. Keen explorers of the world they have entered, the underclassmen search for scholastic achievement, outside activities and closer friendship with Christ and His Mother. ff K . "Q I v 'F fig Y""' , I . Vivre '- ind for discovery of tru JUNIOR CLASS Junior year spells happiness . . . friend- ships . . . lovely awakening into reality of prom dreams. Time never stands still for a Junior. Assignments shadow her. Report cards stalk her. Shorthand teases her. The Junior refers to De Sauze, The American Observer, Catiline as casually as she does her prom date. Ns . SA x Nrvv S R qs JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Seated: Elizabeth Buckley, president. Standing: Mary Flynn, secretaryg Ann Sugden, vice- presidentg Lora Roberts, treasurer. I-1 Ann Sugden captures the attention of Junior 1 girls as she gives her Latin syntax. First row, left to right: M. Dolan, K. Tangney, J. Lorden, C. Bratt, L. Foley, H. Cameron, M. Burns, J. McCabe, A. Sugden. Second row, left to right: E. Hutchinson, M. Gillis, P. Clark, M. McCarthy, J. Bulger, M. Ambrose, M. Harkins, L. Sheehan, C. Ha ertv M. Bittman M. Cassidy. Third row left E . 1 y . , to right: K. Cronin, M. Donahoe, C. Fiorine, C. Pas- tore, J. Norton, R. Dolan, M. Owens, E. Stout, M. Hardy, B. McLaughlin, J. Slattery, J. Moran. fax 5 on ann CAlB!I.AllAc!UllIllG ' D t'You can't catch us, Sister. We studied our English last night." First row, left to right: S. Reardon, B. Murray, I. Garrity, B. Williams, B. Lyons, J. Gleason, J. McColgan B. Colby, M. Sweeney, R. Lucci. Second row, left to right: P. Callahan, E. Prouty, L. Meehan, S. Fleming R. Hurstak, K. Driscoll, J. Walsh, M. Kelly. Third row, left to right: M. Reynolds, M. Reynolds, R. O'Con- nor, M. Abel, E. Buckley, D. Knox, K. Galvin, M. Flynn. Fourth row, left to right: C. Rowan, C. White, P Connors, J. Ryan, M. Garrity, V. Morley, C. Dahlstrom, K. Byrne. SJ First row, left to right: M. Hennessey, L. Roberts, R. Hawkes, M. L. Barnes, M. Condon, J. Byron, V. Malley, S. Lewis, J. O'Brien. Second row, left to right: K. Moran, M. Murphy, M. O'Brien, E. Geraci, L. Morris, S. Ramos, S. DeLucca, R. Ingenere, M. DeCoste. Third row, left to right: A. Kiezel, J. Doyle, P. Stanton, E. Havey, C. DeRoma, M. L. Willand, J. O'Toole, A. Duff. Mary Lou Willand and her classmates listen interested- ly to Sister's explanation of a problem in American his- tory. Caesar's military tactics provide an involved dis- cussion for Linda Fin- neran and her "socios." CPHC CRE CLASS The S0ph0m0re . . . mixture of sophisti- . . . cheers lustily at basketball games . . cation and naivete . . . would rather shrug participates zealously in all activities . . . off a decision than face it . . . content to live Great moments include "Sl1bbiHg" in 21 game. for the moment . . . She fights mighty battles Choosing her Course, making a Sodalifr de' with Caesar, Euclid, and the biology frog cision . . . and only one more year to find a prom date! First row, left to right: M. Cummings, R. Roche, C. Duane, M. Sullivan, C. Canty, M. Clark, G. Alicandri, M Cloney, J. Barrett, A. Anderson. Second row, left to right: I.. Finneran, M. Colleary, J. Murray, E. Richards, R. Green, E. Howley, K. Jolley, M. Davis, D. McGinn, P. Donlan. Third row, left to right: M. Sullivan, M Quirk, S. Madden, J. Runci, D. Sweeney, E. McNiff, M. O'Neill, S. Deady, M. Owens, M. Feurey. Brenda Mahoney concludesa topic on short stories. Dis- cussion and question period will follow. First row, left to right: M. McCarthy, A. O'Meara, M. Untz, C. Cook, P. Drislane, S. Short, P. Denly, E Manning, C. Sobieck, P. Harrington. Second row, left to right: E. Kiezel, K. Sheehan, E. Flannery, M. Con cannon, J. Williams, V. Bialobreski, J. VVel1s, A. Noonan, M. Driscoll, D. Keveny. Third row, left to right J. Connors, M. Shaughnessy, B. Mahoney, F. Lyons, E. Donovan, J. Pasquale, L. Wallace, A. Boyko, M. Gib bons, J. Vercollone, F. Osborne, K. Bishop. VK X. 'L ,,,f' FP' 'K ,lr ,. J. po- K is W fn Nw.. Xxx, First row, left to right: J. McGarry, M. Corrigan, D. Reardon, P. Coppinger, P. Blank, K. Wallace, C. Healy Second row, left to right: B. St. Onge, E. Chimmins, K. Sullivan, M. Heavey, M. Waldron, D. Bromowski, S. Brien, C. Gosselin. Fourth row, left to right: M. Corrigan, P. Doolan, B. McCarthy, C. Carlin, M. Duff, E. Faunce, P. Quinn. Fifth row, left to right: A. Sorensen, D. West, E. Morrison. J- Girls in Sophomore 4 check up on principal parts of de- ponent verbs. FJ First row, left to right: M Trayers, K. Dullea, C. Snow. M. YVeave1', I.. Heiler, C. Giarla, R. Fitzgerald, D. I.e Page, K. Thomas, M. Potter. Second row. left to right: J. Crowley, J. Downey, K. Condon. J. Ansaldi, P. De- laney, M. Regnier, J. Catal- do, K. Figlewicz, D. Hamel Third row, left to right: M. Yegfnane, J. Bunyon, J. Ber- toni, V. Murphy, E. Fuller- ton, G. Devine, F. McNeil S. Osborne, S. Minehan. Fourth row. left to right: B. Keegan, K. O'Brien, R. Sweeney, T. Santoro, K. Mc- Dermott F Mui hv l D - lan, M. Mayo? tp 'Y M O FRECHMANRCLASS Freshman year '... the year of "firsts"- . . . The Freshman carries home all her acquaintances, impressions, high school sub- books 0l'f'?'U Night . - - IOUYS HSSigHm9H'f b00kS jects. uniforms . , . the year of awe . , . a when necessary '... keeps file cards . . . desire to Hbelong' '... a little participation greets Seniors by name . . . and hopes to in the Christmas play '... student assembly become a real Academy girl- First row, left to right: M. Vitelli, R. Delaney, M. Maloney, J. McGowan, J. Donovan, G. Cuddy, P. Tynan, N. Morgan, Y. Finn, J. Murphy. Second row, left to right: P. O'Brien, J. McNiff, H. Gaffney, R. Remillard, G. Burns, M. Caton, M. Anstead, M. Goetkint, J. Ted- est-hi. Third row, left to right: M. Locke, J. Winchenbaugh, A. Horton, K. Flannery, K. Du - Wors, J. Biggs, M. Conners, C. Murray. Fourth row, left to right: K. Kelly, J. Shea, D. Power, D. Mazeika, P. Patrone, L. Snow, E. Dudley, K. Waldron. ,. -..-4-.- . , , 1 "N-H335 O I . i ,Am F. 1 ,B I A recess in the daily schedule offers a few moments to exchange interesting news or vital information. It TERE TED STUDENTS ARE E THUSIASTIC -wi ff! Carol Healy quickly demonstrates the ffl If 1 skeletal structure to fellow biologists. Mary, Maureen, Joan, Jane, and Claire volunteer time to Mission Unit activities. ' fs Ng! f 1.- 5 EXPLORATION Marine life thrives under the watchful eyes of Mary, Julie, and Frances, our budding icthyologists. SATISFACTION "This is only the beginning! The best is yet to come." L-5 MOMENTS of great enthusiam C' -li lj 'M --.... SYNCOPATION ' "We danced! We served! We cleaned up afterwards!" n.v F 87 EXHILARATION HT-E-A-M. Yea, Team!" XCTIVITIES ll V b f' X ff A ...4 , X -Au K! 'J f I ff A J The real Fontbonne girl lives in a kaleido- scopic world. She whirls from joyful antici- pation of her first prom to unbelieving won- der at the success of her first chemistry experiments. She vibrates energetic zeal in her work for the missions, voluble praise for the basketball team, intense enthusiasm when she knows an answer in class! The Fontbonne girl is part of Academy life, that active world of exciting color and intriguing design. She lives close to the Good Fountain and allows Its influence to vitalize her every s of school li activity. were many and varied i a R PIRITUAL CTIVITIE fall E l x I X f f ' N I ' lx l -Q, ,A X Pervading the huh-hub of our busy school world, one significant fact constantly re- minds us of our prime purpose in life, God with us! Ever since that first day four years ago when Christ was first brought to the altar of our new chapel, His Presence has invigorated the very core of our days. Your level must he the li-vel uf Gmllim-ss , . . Huw is Kimi gluing to use yuu :is nn instrument uf His p-iwer and pi-:u'v'f" Fr. William, O.C.D.fD:xy uf Recollectinn. I Y l 4 if ! 4 7 f 5 3. I 'J i Q ,1 'Nlust huly Mary. I Chmwst- thi-1' this rluy he m y Queen. my Arlvui-nfu, my Mmlwr bmlalitv Cilnsvwntiun. "This is zu rlny Ut' flulicntifin tu the irlezxls uf Dfw! ur Saint John I-Hunflulrinv. By yum' lives ilemunstr n tu the wwrlml ilml tlu-Ve vim he happiness nx RYllt'!'n' 121,-l 14 x'uwi3:111m-il. luvwl, :mil wl,n-ywl. 5141.521 H'f'ivn:zell 'MLi-- in lwrw :A 'if M-'th FIHHI J-vlgn l-fntlmnns' -8 You are in our midst, Lord, and Your holy Name has In the morning, chapel is one of the busiest spots in school. The name Emmanuel, God with us, has taken on a more important mean- ing for us. The efforts we make for corridor silence tell of our awareness of the Divine Presence of Christ. Whether we are taking an exam or chatting in the caf, this awareness is nurtured by the emphasis that re- volves around God and the spiritual life. Beginning and ending our activi- ties with a prayer remind us better than any words that God is present to give us grace and help if we will only seek them. The lighting of the Advent wreath is filled with meaning for us. 80 been invoked upon usf' I er. 14:9 Every First Friday in our Offertory Procession, each student places her un- consecrated bread into the ciborium. This offering signifies the gift of herself-tri- umphs, failures, joys, and sorrows-to Al- mighty God. Our purpose in life comes into perspective as we receive Christ in Holy Communion. Nancy makes her offering in preparation for the Consecration. Joanne, Pauline, and Kathleen practice an antiphon in preparation for Mass. "Accept, O Holy Father, Almighty and Eternal God this spotless host, which I, Thy unworthy servant offer unto Thee." Christ returns our offering in the Gift of Himself S11 Jan and Nancy happily piepaie the Christmas cub for the annual Foyer piogiam The beglnnlng of a tiaditlonl Carols at the Cub during Christmas vacation Final rehearsal for Foyer Ceremony. Other special days and ceremonies such as the Christmas program the Day of Recol- lection, Retieat the May Crowning cause us to contemplate our life enriched by the life of Christ His saciaments and His Church. Our "1VV"i1'9llGSS of this enrichment helps us to fulfill the purpose of Catholic educfztion-development of both the mind and the soul. O R ACADEl ACTI ITIE Q1 , X F AQ! by . I-Q skLA Ai IC .-wail' L3 P41 wk. Xp. Another bulletin board is completed by our veteran artists, Marguerite and Margo. avr nv" Mary Gibbs poses with Mr. Clifton Fadi- man and Father Albert W. Low. Jeannette, Nancy, and Virginia face the day with a smile. -,SN .JJ X .m- i-F 'b -if The library provides oppor- E tunity for browsing or read- , ing assignments. is Fontbonne Academy has used her assets generously in offering us a thorough and complete high school education. Labora- tories, classrooms and business rooms hum with constant activity which displays the eagerness and delight each girl car- ries With her in making every day a per- fect one. Diane Bromowski skillfully explains the wonders of Phylum Pteridophyta. Jane, Jeannette, Barbara and Cath- leen find time for Classics in Chris- tian Focus contest. af I -lIua ' :Q g I J What could bring four Seniors to the office? A light, cheerful atmosphere is characteristic of the classrooms where questions, answers, and opinions fly. Translation, formu- lae, facts frequently worry and haunt a student, but her worries lighten when she catches a glimpse of the friendly faces of her class- mates who are all willing to come to her assistance by attacking the difficulties with her. xv X X S5 A chemistry experiment occupies Marty, Anne, Mary and Mary Lou. Q Brenda is teacher for a day-and she gives no homework! Members of Senior 3 listen to a paraphrase of Sonnet 29. Underclassmen purchase theme tablets in preparation for a very busy day. , - 5.- , Q.: Steady typing-music to Sister Roberta's ears! The bustling activity of academic life comes as a result of energetic students delv- ing into the mysteries of chemistry, thrilling to the excitement of fast-paced stories in literature classes, untangling jumbled fin- gers in the beginning typing classes. Who ever thought that opening one of the school books would capture a whole new world in our imagination? Q5 I M, ,, w 1. ,J Roberta Jean Brenda and Gerry discuss Christmas suggestions at the library display Attainment of skills and the learning of business procedures engross busy Seniors Joan and Marilyn explain a trig problem to lnter ested classmates O R PURTS ACTI ITIE ,Q ' I-+C A , BASKETBALL TEA M Standing, left to right: A. Collins, J. Birmingham S. Reardon, A. Donahue, N. Collins, L. Leonard, J. VVallace, M. Hyland, J. Barrett, M. Harkins. Kneeling, left to right: M. Murray, M. Owens. M. Foley, M. Sullivan, R. 1 Ristuccia, M. Kelly, K. Wallace. CHEERLEADERS Kneeling, left to right: Michele Harrington, Pa- tricia Owens. Standing, left to right: Eileen Con- ners, Patricia Thomas, Marie Foley, Joyce Fran- cis, Beverley Falcione, Mary Flynn, Kathleen Bready, Cathleen Cannon. Ann Sugden fabsentl. P0153 C 7 3 . Q 5 X, I ' , I. K I folk 'C r' A 1 OUR SOCIAL ACTIVITIES CII H fx f , ,gs ',,1. ,ff - ,, ' X ,, . , Myriads of shimmering stars created an enchant- ing atmosphere in our hearts as We danced to the music of Bob Kenney's orchestra at Fontbonne Academy's first Junior Prom. As if touched by the silver wand of a Fairy Godmother, our gym was transformed into a starry paradise on May 18, 1957. Our Junior Prom! Our dream fulfilled. Q 0-Q' S9 will '... The Mexican Hat Dance keeps everyone moving. 35 if Brenda and Marty seem to be enjoying the evening! Mary Gibbs, class president, and escort Class officers and escorts Tufted scarecrows with attendant pumpkins lent an air of harvest time to the Fall Frolic Junior and Senior girls and their escorts whirled and pivoted to the strains of Tom Mc Sharry's orchestra. After dancing, the couples enjoyed refreshments served in the cafeteria and then a smiling harvest moon lighted theii way home. s., , , iv 'I " N ji Q ' 5 s i 3 c o y 1 I Sodality officers: Maybeth Fandel, treasurer, Jane Wallace, vice-prefectg Janet McCarthy, prefectg Irene McGillicuddy, secretary. Marthea, Virginia, Janet, and Irene proudly read the document of Sodality affiliation with the Prima Primaria. . ,'::'i?,iei4' - ifi1,, !7-'V L Z if k": In K if yiqfz 1 I imennou f ' SODAUSTS s JMX 0 . l. 'O'f"r-- SODALITY UF OUR LADY Since 1955 the Sodality has offered a challenge to its members, enabling each member to increase in her devotion to our Blessed Mother. The primary aim of the Sodality is the sanctification of each member, the sancti- fication of her neighbor, and the defense of the Church. The Sodalist tries to foster these aims by a closer union with Christ and His Mother. Weekly meetings consist of the entire group broken down into smaller units. In these smaller units the Sodalists attempt to aid one another toward living more profitable lives spiritually. The affiliation of the Sodality of Our Lady of Good Counsel with the Prima Primaria of Rome occurred on Septem- ber 24, 1957. This brought to a realization a great desire of all Sodalists. Then, hav- ing passed a two year period of probation, the Sodality members made their first temporary consecration on December 10, 1957 in the presence of Father Lawrence, O.F.M., Cap., the spiritual director. This temporary consecration to Mary marked a milestone in the Sodalists' aim toward complete dedication to our Blessed Mother. In unit meetings Sodalists discuss problems of daily schedule, youth apostolate, and personal santification. FOCUS FOCUS STAFF 1to1 K C lllllllll 'Qtaff onmllx I' o111o1 C 1 l x Nl Polex lx B1e'1cx 1 no 1 lglll H qxxutek E 111Q11t1l Nl E. HQ'llX NI Xfxll rox N llenne sex J ONe1ll l Coughlm HX IX6llllGClX A l Lon P Ovens Yx A-.1 Maureen Kathle Pat and Cathy plan the posltlons of thelr artlcles All ex es focus on the Fontbonne Focus the 11eusp1pe1 that 18 among one of the most t1e um ed D1OClLlClfQ of the SQHIOIN Energet1c staff members scour the school for scoops, features exc1t1ng news, sports events and homeroom 1IlC1d6l'1tS After the news IS gathered then begms the tedlous At last' The flnlshed product IS revlewed by Margo Mary Ellen Roberta and Anne fi! , IJ? 5 but satlsfylng task of rewr1t1ng lt 1nto eye catchlng art1cles Wh1Ch w1ll entertam and fasclnate the other students To see the dehght and recogmtlon on the readers face IS the moment of fulflllment for every g1rl who has contrlbuted anythlng to the toll that went 1nto the maklng of the newspaper The Focus staff seems to engov plannxng a news papel f ' . licl ': '. 1 : ., ' 1 M. C 1 j, I. C' 1 's. 2. Dc- ' lQl't.', . . ' j, '. ' . lj, ! V M. LP1' s' ll, R. H gfgms, B. f Rez 'Q . . ., "2 V, . Pi- A 'Q 1z,-.'. 1,',.. H- . - J, j, . H' ' , 'q5',, by '. ' " ' , . . ' j, . . A Y V Qi" .' . . ' .'. v 7 f lc M . g ' ' , 1. I Y 7 ' v 4 N H ,, . . . . . . K . r .,, ' Q: Q v .s S . . . . . ' ZS ' ' . . Xl. U . rc 91 ' ' v ' ' 7 , . Y . . . . M I 1,, . . . 7 ! i ' l v' W , 1. W rt 7 vt ' W 93 r X Maureen, Rosemary and Mary prepare medicines for the missions "A prayer, a sacrifice,"-for the Mis- sions. That's the spirit of Fontbonne's active Mission Unit. Through the zealous work of its members, spiritual and material gifts have been sent to the needy at home and abroad. Various activities sponsored by the LIBRARY COUNCIL W'ho worries about Irving, Chau- cer, West? Why, none other than the Fontbonne Library Council. This energetic body of Juniors elects its own officers, puts out a monthly bul- letin, takes care of all the discipline, desk work, and typing for the library. All the "behind the scene" work. such as mending torn covers. putting jac- kets on new books, binding maga- zines, and displaying unique ideas on the bulletin board in the library is. also taken care of by the council members. Maryann, Gemma and Marilyn are kept busy with 'tbehind the desk" work. Ana A group from the Seminar plans a student assembly on Churches of the Eastern Rite. Susan Fleming, secretaryg Agnes Sorensen, vice-presi- dentg Mary Reynolds, presidentg and Ellen Donovan, treasurer, read a letter from one of their foreign friends. .Z Q ' " :Ai - , ,uf Iii N? SEMINAR The Seminar in Todays Problems provides the student with an opportunity to discuss questions of current interest and to share with others the fruits of its work by means of panel discussions presented to the student body. FOREIGN CORRESPCNDENCE The Foreign Correspondence Club aims to develop an understanding and appreciation of other peo- ples, members with us of Christ's Mystical Body, by writing to friends in lands afar. Small groups are striving for this through the comparative study of the home life of various nations. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Exclusively a senior organization, the French Club's main purpose is to increase knowledge in those areas not stressed in the regular class period by means of skits, films, essays, and re- cordings. Needless to say all meetings are con- ducted "en Francais." Patricia Iorio, secretaryg Virginia Coghlan, treas- urerg Mary Lord, president, and Patricia Cough- lin, vice-president, prepare for a De Sauze lesson. LATIN CLUB "Wisdom and grace through God" is the motto to which the members of the Classical Club set their ideals. To gain a more intensive knowledge of Roman life, customs and lan- guage is the chief aim of the group. Among the activities of the year were a Roman fashion show and a study of Roman myths. MATH CLUB To glorify God by stimulating in- terest in mathematics is the main purpose of this club. The activities of each meeting, such as conquering the once-considered invincible slide rule, examining the binary and quina- ry systems, and becoming acquainted with the art of topography have bu- sied many students. SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club was inaugurated for the purpose of making known to its members some of the vast secrets of nature. Frequently at the meet- ings, one particular field of science was demonstrated by films. A month- ly paper containing articles and views on science problems enables the members to develop clearer un- derstanding and appreciation of what scientists have discovered and are discovering. B. Donlan, M. Wade, J. 0'Donnell, M. Mur- ray, J. Birmingham, president, co-editors, treasurer and secretary respectively. x 1 ll xg sg rv Rifle vw l Y 1-J Q, -C. ewm""'::':xP5:',, M,-.,3,f.'-fm.:-ffl.. I -- -t M 1 my . sf. Fifty-two melodious voices of Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors combine to form our Glee Club. While acquiring a taste for the and good music, this group has entertained student body with renditions of ancient modern, religious and secular music. Fontbonne Glee Club entertained the mothers at the Fashion Show in December. CLEE CLUB Jane, Lorraine, Nancy and Kathleen, Glee Club offi- cers, prepare for a joint concert with Catholic Me- morial High School, West Roxbury, under the direc- tion of Berj Zainkochian, professor of music at Regis College. x I A .5 I f 98 YW'- an ' TO O R PARE T fl? li if Z -leg . ,X We come to the end of the wonderful story of our last year at Fontbonne-the story of the "good foun- tain" and the part it played in our lives. There has been another influencefmuch deeper, much older, much more a part of us-the love and trust of our parents. In October the Fontbonne Fathers Club was or- ganized to provide opportunity for fathers of the students to share their interests with others. Their monthly meetings included Mass, breakfast, and a speaker. During the year the Fathers Club spon- sored the Barbershop Quartet, the first annual Com- munion Breakfast, a variety show, and a Saint Pat- rick's Day entertainment, The greatest of their ac- complishments was the establishment of the Mother Euphrasia Scholarship. Head table at Father-Daughter Communion Breakfast. Congressman O'Neil and his daugh- ters, Monsignor Timothy F. O'Leary, Mr. Michael Harrington and his daughters, Rev- erend Francis McDonnell. Vhaperons anal claug'litcr.s at the Fall l"1'olic. First row: Michele, Kathleen, Joan and their escorts. Second row: Mr. and Mrs. Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. Bready, Mr. and Mrs. Valzania. ff . 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Harrington Mrs Eduard GIOIOSR Mis John Foley M s Vlillmm Dillon Mrs John Devin Mis William Duane Seated Mis Robeit Brady General Chairman Mis Fmncis Ioiiest Mls James Collins We recall wlth gratitude the generous, quiet and 8fflCI6Ht efforts that Mrs Wllllam Sullivan Mrs William Hennessey and Mrs Joseph Kennedy made for our successful Theatre Party ff N fax I W 1 IU I I IXU X nom v N TH w . 10 The interest of our Mothers 1n Font bonne is something that has grown wlth the school They are always ready and past year our Mothers successfully spon sored a Hat and Fur Fashion Show a Theatre Party, and a Luncheon Bridge In addltlon to these soclal 3Ct1V1t19S we see many mothers 'getting to school on time with us mothers who have offered a port1on of their tlme to help out in the hbrary, the store, and the office Office Mis F1anc1sJ Fouest Mis Hemx I' B1rm1ngham,M1s Thomas I' Mcf xbe Mis Theodoie Geiaci Mis James F Doxle Store Mrs John P Madden Mrs Mary H DeRoma Mrs Dan1elJ Gallagher Mrs Raymond M Murry Mrs Ralph Ahcan dr1 Mrs James J OBr1en, Mrs Patrlck Murphy Library Mrs Joseph J Manning Mrs VValter Waldron, Mrs Alfred Bromowskx Mrs Edward S Ca1n Ceneral Chairman and C0-Chairmen of the Fashion Show and Luncheon Committee. 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