Fontbonne Hall Academy - Fontbonne Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

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It is Foiithuiiiie's aim to nielil the miiicl, the holly, and the spirit into at way el' lite stiwiiigly routed iii the rich soil oi' true miiral principles, lkiuiiilecl mi the ruelt ul' lieliel' iii Cell. lt is her mlesire In mzilie the Feiit- lmiiiie girl grew iii the leur aiiil liwe ul' Gull, emi- seious wt' her l'Ul2lllUIl tu lierC're2lto1'3toliuilll withiii her these qualities pt' elizwactei' so vital to the healthy existeiiee et' the iiitlivitluzil, the Natieii. the Church, aiill the werlcl. XYe.tliel'et'01'e,iiiviteyoll towitiiess the eflucatieii of ai true Foiitheiiiiite. Wateli her grew iiitelleetuallji' iii the classiwmiii, pliysieally iii sperts, stieiztlly ziiifl L'llltlll'2lllj' iii l'Xll'2l-L'lll'l'll'lll2ll' zivtivities, mill spirit- ually iii the chapel. l'iiite4l iii :ill these spheres hy emiiiiiiiii Vzitlifilie itll-ails, the Fpiitlieiiiie giuuliizite the-ii emerges mi the threshiilcl ul' wwniiaiilitiml. She is the Ilewer pl' Caltliiilie eiltlczitluii, deeply iiitusetl with Christizui wisclem. She is preparefl te take her place as the motlier ul' a new gm-iieratioii. as aii iiitelligeiit citizen, tiiifl as ai coiitrihutiiig member 01' society . . . tullilliiigf her place iii the pzitterii ot' time aiiil, must importaiit, Sll'lYllljI for her rlestiiiy' with Gull iii eteriiity. A arin gun! 1, ? C 5 r Ki' fd ph Su ab' 'I 3,2 . Q FUNTBUNNE . , .. ..b4 4 .. 4 .. - . . W . 5 1 .7 P: ' ,i tr- ,V u all - 9"'Qif:'l" w ild """'1c"' EF' ---"' xzmf' 37- "5" 7" fl- -A u p I MMM f3'Zf.l'.. ,. W 'af-'M - ,QZF-rzhw ' ' 1-.4 ,dm ml Q ' Qfft Seniors, ready to "leave these halls for paths apart," look back with joy on cherished memories of life at Fontbonne. It seems only yester- V- day that they waited with eager anticipation to join "in Alma NIater's praise." . . . OMF' yelfllnd af The Reception room is the heart of Fontbonne, welcoming all to share in the warm spirit of friendship. WVithin easy access of it are the classrooms, library, and the Chapel which make Fontbonne home to all her students. Ijjju 'U y Z , 53 Jo-lZQ5'1lT t as Iulilll KLZUD tial V15 5 jonfgonne Well equipped with more than -l,tI0tl books including referi-tice works, novels, biographies, anthologies, and periodicals, the library offers an quiet and inspir- ing haven for study, thought, or relaxation. 'l K-" Q, il v' The precious hours of study, the gay moments with chosen friends, the times of calm contentment spent in communion with Christ-all these "glories of our youth in golden years" swiftly rush to our minds as we watch our lives at Fontbonne unfolding before us in these pages. Happily we recall the hastily snatched lunches as we hurried to a Glee Club rehearsal, the fever pitched excitement after the basketball games, the tension of cram- ming for exams, and the hectic fun-filled days of election campaigning. With a note of sad- ness we remember, too, the Junior Dances and annual Retreats, the Communion Break- fasts and Recitals. The familiar buildings on the Campus that have silently witnessed each fleeting second-St. Joseph's, St. Martha's, the Gym- pass too quickly before our eyes. All these fond mementoes which make ontbonne a living part of those within her walls, we now joyfully share with uiriif wifA uri 'J In the penetrating radiance of the Divine Presence, the Fontbonne girl finds comfort and encouragement. Moments spent in the quiet of the Chapel help her soul to grow in beauty. Through prayer she draws close to Christ and His Mother. 0bU" . . . ,mf .ti if qui X . Jjer' ef"'T'?'. 5 it "atm-0 I A .D f - Wim... - .T W M ,mwhmx W N K .W ."' 'iw fi NNXEM lay. 3 OO fn PE' 1 'ffm 'V - Situated on a low hill overlooking the Narrows, Fontbonne's country campus provides a pleasant retreat for moments of serious study or carefree recreation. In the Cross and flag which rise above it is symbolized our hope for a world peace founded on freedom and friendship under God's Divine protection. gif? ,...-4-- ?.."ss-'22 + f 111110 , f of 01- . 4 3, I . . . 0M,l" CCl,l'l'll0lfl6 1 Wx' as fa W7 A' 'W if iw? M 45 if we l0l"0lfl, U1 I"0 MCE Obi fo ff l'N xi 'X Y ig, X' 5 S s if 3- s J sf x if 43 X ? we i Nr W f 19 1, Wx 1 Q V ew x MOST REVEREND THOMAS E. MOLLOY, S.T.D. Archbishop Blshop of Brooklyn ..!4l"CA6i5AOl0 I llllllllg zeal has made om lmelowfl AlClllJlSll0lJ A lfxdfltll 111 even plmse of Clatholm actlxltx Todax 111 the Ihocose of Bmolxlxu, 11ume1ous bchools, LlllllCllOS, and charltable o1gf1111ff1t1o115 been tesmnony to h1s Qo11Le111 lOl l11s flock We fQlVQHtlX max that God mas contmue to bless l11s L1llSQlllSl1 xx 01k .. .. 'Sv' Z'ZE::,:':: 11:1'Z-'in-:II-7 :.--I -:SJ 'tlgfllg' :- "I r f i k ' "' z a f- W? -: - -V-: - 321 f "W 'TQ -413ff1 "' ff , ik F 5 53921 92.111 Wi. ' 1 -5 V 'M - - . - Kilt - wi .2 , 'X . V 1. 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E'-I.:.- , ? 1 W 1 ' 'L -11 ' i A 1 A 6213: 411 +4 1 ll' V our rinciloa Slster Luclde our Prmclpal IS truly representative of the Ideals of Catholic education Imbued wlth the spmt of the Congregatlon of bamt Joseph her foremost desire IS to erve God by molding noble women It IS her profound wlsdom falthful devotlon and wlde experlence that gulde every Fontbonmte m her pursult of knowledge ,ff-'l' Reverend Alfred Varrlale compe tently explains soclal problems and their relation to Chrlstlanlty set forth ln Papal encycllcals to upperclassmen 03' A974 S Z Cin 0lfl,l" CLCM, The foundatwn stone of Cathohc 6ClLlLdtl0l1 IS the conseclated se1x1ee the ablllty and the eheelful self saellflce of those xx ho staff ou1 sehools statement ton xxe ale pllxlleged to enlo the 1nst1 ue t1on of the Slstels of St Joseph a eommunxtx xx ell knoxxn IH the Dlocese of Bl00lxlxI1 fO1 almost one hunched xeals ot excemplalx SEIXICQ 111 the held of educatlon Tlalned II1 the manx of the le lfllllg eol leges and un1xe1s1t1es these S1ste1s possess an out standlng knoxxledge of then lespectlxe acaflenuc subJects Lllflel then tutelage spnltual Clll6Ct1OH and fine example Fontbonnxtes 3bSO1b a phllosophx of llfe xxh1eh CllltlXdt9S the mxnd xx1th lQ3.1lllI1g, st1 engthens the xx1ll xx 1th hlgh Cl11lSt12Il1 punelples and fostels 1n the lledlt a loxe of s1mpl1e1tx and modestx Max our hxes alxxaxs leflect then g6Ilt1OLlb Splllt and may the Iolcl exel shoxxel in almundanee of xocatlons and gldCtS upon then lflbols fol the salxat1on of souls ,. . . . . 'lg 1' li , . . 1 sz ' . X ' -A 1 . 4 "Mi E ' 1 E If H . 1 . H , . N . . v' . 3 ' ' v 4 X . , . 'f 7 7 W - , , . . H "" V ' , Hoxv truly can we at Fontbonne appreciate this ,I v ' - r x - " " 1 , x ll xy' x l ' I- l . ' ' . . 3 Y . ' bv Y it Y Y ' ' x x - ' ' - 1 aa. - v- -V 4 .Y I . . , . h XG - ' ' . ,' . 1 ' U ' . ' ' 7 7 A , . t, Y . ' v , ,. v . X x' . . x . , - - ' .' 3 J . v , . v 1 . E , A D ' V ' ug 1 l u L 1 v x . . h ,... , as Y ' . l . ' 1 . L, Yjuler fdeir gui ance Actually these official teachers, Sister Francis Teresa, Sister Alice Carolyn and Sister Anne Monica were engaged in the very serious task of rating Student Person- ality Records when the cameraman inter- rupted them. These records, together with the student's scholastic records, are used as the basis for recommendation for higher education and positions in the business world. The tape recorder is a favorite with FHCUIIY and Sflldellis. Sister Mary Cecilia CMusicJ, Siitel' Rose of Lima CLatinj, Sister Saint Alphonaus CMathematics-Social Studiesj, Sister Michaelita tFrenchD, and Sister Mary Ping QL3tinJ enjoy the recordings of Mendebsohifs "Sons of Israel" by Font- b0lll10'8iGl08 -Club and the interpretation of folk 801181 and folk tales by Fontbonne's Language Club. i... In those rare moments between teaching, counseling, and correcting, the Sisters iind time to devote to their favorite hobbies. Sister Margaret Loyola of the Religion Department, Sister Helaine and Sister Marie Jean of the History Department, Sister Sheila Maria of the English Depart- ment, and Sister Ignatius Loyola of the Mathematics and the Music Departments, discover new trends in art and literature. 0ur Lxbrary IS well stacked wxth appropriate readlngs for every season Sister M Ablgall Llbrarlan displays the latest m Christmas books to Sister John Raymond Slster Davld Mlflam and buster Anna Loretta respectively teachers of English French and Science 8 CLUB 0017, mofclecl U'lt0 IU!- Mlss Norma Dlemert head our Physlcal Educa tlon Department Ko- Fontbonne s Art courses are taught by Mus Adrian Laurencelle l"L5tlal'l lfUOI'YL2l'l 'Vlr blmone E Condosta conducts our orchestra 'W ' A . . K 1-QW X W f 11,63 f ' ' ' ' L. " . ' ff? Mx NM.. in 1 uw., aes..-v..444. Q A m 4 -Q . ,gnfrocfucing our -4.1. fs: ' ' SQMQQQV x 182' X ' 1 ty --.. we 3 .,.. K - Alia, in f " 'E' x- fkfi H 'f o 'rv 1 .1 . , Q x M -"' . -, dll bi, IILASSES 5 4 1 Sally Ferrara, Renee Creighton, and Dolores Moran admire Fontbonne's new Bible. "Rebuilding Society's Social Order," a study of Pope Pius Xl's encyclical on labor, absorbs the attention of these Juniors: Carol Stahl, Helen Murphy, Maureen McLaughlin, Virginia Lee, Maureen Dugan, Claire Little, Denise Fauci, Joan Campbll, Maura RELIGIO Today's student at Fontbonne Hall is being steadily molded into tomorrow's staunch Catholic woman. Fontbonne's religion course is designed to give its stud- ents a well understood and firmly rooted faith. Although moral counsel and Catholic philosophy begin with our religion classes, they are by no means confined to these three or four periods a week. There is an under- Current of religion in everything that is said or done in Fontbonne. Our formal religion program includes a year study for each of the following: Church liturgy, the Scrip- tures, the Commandments, and Church History. A thorough interpretation of the four major encyclicals is also included in the religion schedule. Aside from the required religious training, Catholic doctrine is in- jected into every other class. As the students absorb Christian principles throughout the day, their moral background is being formed as is, consequently, their way of life. Wixsted, Ann Timmes, Audrey Woods, Georgina Bassett, Coneetta Iacono, Barbara Battaglia, and Betty Clancy. From it they receive wise counseling on modern social problems. it ' If N h Fl i li -ll 'z " 5 it' 1 '4' 'E rw. Mary Jean Campbell, Marion Joyce and Joan Melomo look on as Marie McGrath and Dorothy Sevillo hold a chart showing the growth of the Catholic Church to a Church History class. Regina Coll displays copies of "Jubilee," a new pictorial Catholic magazine. In this Freshman class, the girls are engrossed in reading "The Tablet," the weekly newspaper of the Brooklyn Diocese. This issue contains Pope Pius XII encyclical, "Fulgens Corona Gloriae," pro- claiming the Marian Year. This Diocesan organ is a useful aid to Catholic thinking. TQ HZLIVQ . 4 si i- These Sophomores deepen their knowledge of the Mass, an integral part of the course in Religion, as they intently study these charts containing the expression of the liturgy in symbols. llary Farinella displays a copy of "The Tablet" supplement, printed during the celebration of the Diocesan centenary, to her class- mates. "The Tablet" keeps the girls informed of current Diocesan happenings. 'bf G Maureen Corrigan triumphantly displays the American Legion History trophy. A. 'V vs 1 .X I 'Q Q In this Sophomore history class Marilyn Angerami presides over a lively discussion group. Linda Ciofli traces the routes of the Vandals and Huns, ancient barbarian tribes, while the other students supplement her information. A group of Juniors become more familiar with our Constitu- tion as they distinguish among the Legislative, Executive, and Judiciary departments. Eileen Brady and Barbara Murray further explain the value of our Federal system of government. A headline captures the interest of Dorothy Wernert, Joan Schneider, and Mary Ellen Feeney who are keeping up with the Times. HI TORY To be a good citizen, the student has to under- stand the historical background of our great American nation. F'ontbonne's history course reveals to her the origin and functions of government, and the elements of our economic system in first year social studies. Sophomore year finds her comparing our American heritage with the histories of European nations, dating from Hammurabi on through Napoleon. In the last two years, she con- centrates solely on American history. Imbued with the knowledge of our American democracy, its acquisitions, protection, and growth, she gains an appreciation of our way of life which will help her to become a better citizen. Worldwide political changes occur- ring in thc last decade are noted by Marie McGrath, Patricia Clare, Margaret Meehan, Patricia Perotta, and Barbara Murphy. Glancing out at nearby historic Fort Lafayette, Elizabeth Rose, Lucille Spinelli, Patricia Posta, and Carol Delma recall the spirit and deeds of the American Revolution. A Freshman classroom is the scene of a debate on the European Defense Plan in which Arlene Hayden and Marie Davids parti- cipate. ft v. s.. Eagerly anticipating future victory and the final possession of the American Legion History trophy are sixth termers Ann Palumbo, Nancy Blurnane, Grace Perla, Frances Furfaro, Elizabeth Dunn, Carol Gull, and Elizabeth Minu- taglio. Ellen Curran, like her classmates, understands that an indispensable aid to good English is an extensive vocabulary. She is helping them to become acquainted with the words which will form the foundation for English composition in future years at Fontbonne. H VVhat have we here? By the diligent expressions on their faces, it would seem that these Freshmen are intent upon becoming tomorrow's "literati" through developing their ability in creative writing. 5 2 Q: ai 3 fl Marjorie Kraemer, Rosemary Driscoll and Patricia Love eagerly volunteer solutions to I'etruccio's problem of taming the shrew while Beatrice Cullen, Rosalie D'Ambra, Joanne Grillo, Bernadette Lavin, and Phyllis Hughes search the text for figurative expressions. ln this manner, these third termers acquire an appreciation of Elizabethan literature as exemplified in Shakespeare's works, 1 GLIH English is a full four-year course at the Font. Spelling, vocabulary, correct usage, and composition haunt the English student throughout her eight terms. Besides study- ing the mechanics of the language, she must also become acquainted with the great literary figures of the ages. Between Stevenson's "Treasure Island" in Freshman year and Shakespeare's "Macbeth" in Senior year, she delves into pages of Scott, Hawthorne, Dickens, and others before she acquires her diploma. The English course has a definite purpose, which is to make every Fontbonne graduate well-read, well-spoken, and capable lol' thinking in intellectual channels. Correct gram- mar is essential in both business and social circles. The literature program is aimed at making the student an intelligent and cultured reader. Even the distasteful ordeal of delivering an oral topic has its purpose, that is, to make the student an interesting and appealling speaker. ln all the English course helps to develop a well-rounded personality. C l www, Catherine Kushner B32 'hn....,,,g LATI Latin is one of the brain-developing subjects. Memorization of vocabulary, the sing-song chant of the "is-ea-id" or "hic- haec-hoc,', and the mastery of conjugating or declining, all require the Fontbonnite to summon her powers of concentration. First year is spent in learning the essentials of the ancient language. Roman mythology is dwelt upon at some length. ln second year, the escapades of Julius Caesar and his military cohorts in the Gallic Wars unfold before the eye of the Sophomore. Third year finds the student face to face with that genius oi' rhetoric, Cicero whose long involved orations she must interpret. Although Latin is one of the more ditlicult courses, it is invaluable because it forms the basis for English and the modern languages, and disciplines the student's mental faculties since everything must he analyzed. Maryann Bonino and her classmates wage their own battle as they discover the militaristic skills of the Romans in translating a passage from Caesar. Corinne Capolino appears to be enjoying the lesson while Anne Marie Corie and Janice Blerolle endeavor to nntangle the complicated periphrastic phrases and ablative absolutes. FRE CH The study of French, one ot' the romantic languages, is popular with Fontbonne's stud- ents. ln fact, there is a saying that "Nobody fails French in Fontbonnef' The accuracy ot' this statement may he duhitable in a few cases, but after three years of French, most Fontbonnites are proficient in the language. The groundwork is laid in the Sophomore year, as the student tries to master nasal pronunciations, basic vocabulary, and irregu- lar verbs. Second year French gives her a reading knowledge ot' the language. ln the last year ot' French, she is able to compre- hend it fairly well, and to speak it, it' not fluently, at least recognizahly. The study oi' French civilization is also in the curriculum to acquaint the student with France itself. At the end ot' three years, she is fully pre- pared to go on to college French. Rose lorio, aided by Carol Nloehler, tries out her French pronunciation as she follows the adventures of the Le Fevre family. Paying careful attention to her are Margaret Whelan, Marion de La Cruz, Kathleen 0'Conrell, Brigid Sullivan, Barbara Lilly, Barbara Petrosino, Elaine Padlon, Judith Hayes, Helene Quarto, Loretta Trancone, Jeanne Rosedale. Can this be a new chemical discovery get- ting underway? VVhy, no. lt's Seniors .loan Sica, Marie DiGiovanni, and Maureen Kelly engrossed in purifying' water by distillation. What can be the cause of the bright smiles of this class? Ilorotheai Barron, Nlary Farinella, Margaret Scally, and Judith llueger watch liessie Jacobellas and farol Sarno as they attempt to obtain the sun's reflection with a simply contrived lens projector. Rosemary Lisanti, Xvll'l.l'llllil Wright and Phyllis Francavilla seem anxious to try their luck next. ll I lfll Qfllsx gi lr ' -4 1 if, l'se of the microscope reveals the minute intricacies of nature's handiwork in leaves Fleming and Kathleen Uockery as they earnestly look over the results of 21 term project. E ...- , l - " -Q ,- tn? My ,e,,d........--1 G " F' S, O, VA' if O , X X - 1-3! I I I i - -.fy 5 ' J A to llelene Kirby, Rosalie Lando, Mary S I id Ke L I The physics lab period provides ample opportunity for experimentation. Juniors Joyce Colton and Mary Giani demonstrate the principle of heat loss while Rosemary Cullen records their findings Second term science students, through their biological study of plant life, begin to realize and appreciate the perfect works of the Greatest Artist. CIE CE In the science department, Fontbonne students cope with biology in Freshman yearg physics, which is optional, in Junior year, and chemistry in the last year. The Fontbonnite is introduced into the world of science amidst a galaxy of protozoa, amoeba, insects, plants, and animals. Leaving biolOgY, she abandons science for an entire year, and then meets it again in the form ol' physics as a Junior. Strug- gling to master Archimedes' principle, the fascination ol' light, sound, and electricity, and tlie complexities of the pulley and lever, the physics student does not have an easy life. Finally, she emerges as a Senior and a chemist. Symbols, formulas, yalences: all march in rigid procession across the brain. Long hours are spent in the lab, trying heroically to pro- duce soap, alcohol, and the delicate aroma of HQS. Such are the experiences of the science student in Fontbonne. Freshmen Brenda Follar, Ann Twohy, and Cecilia Charles become enlightened in a biology class as they examine the functions of the one-celled amoeba and paramecium Proper use of scientific instruments essential for all lab work. Anne Webb Michaeline Scarpa, Barbara Rinaldi, and Graciela Sanchez learn about the micro scope while studying charts. Catherine Capano follows through to the solution as Elizabeth Pren- dergast, Helen Colantuono and Loretta Sapanaro get ready to tackle the next problem. THEM TIC Tackling elementary algebra is one of the crosses of the Fontbonne Freshman. Confused by the mystic meanings of "X" and "y," she tries to decipher the equations which to her are as clear as the proverbial mud. She finds, to her dismay, that her troubles are only beginning when she finishes algebra and starts geometry. ln a maze oi' trapezoids, parrallelograms, theorems, and construc- tions, the Sophomore's thinking process must double its capacity to fathom Euclid's art. Finally, in Senior year, she delves more deeply into the intricacies of math with the logarithms and complex problems of inter- mediate algebra. Steadily the student's mind is being trained to concentrate and to think logically. Patricia Courtney and Natalie Voccoli explain an intricate geom- I etry problem to interested under- classmen Virginia Lake and Barbara Layden. "Let x '- A's age and 4x 1 B's age," explains Joan lletiiglio to class- mates Blary Frawley and Mary Quigley, "and then add 10 to x." The other members of the class are confident that age problems will present no more obstacles. Iam! llli . ""i""s .hm I Logical thinking is the aim of Constance Kaline, Patricia Nickle, Mary Jane Twohy, and Beatrix Duffy as they strive to solve Inter- mediate Algebra's Quadratic For- mula dictated by Lydia Fumo. 'will- l'nder Regina Smith's tutelage, -inn Sav estano and Marilyn Picardi learn how to combine terms and transpose in an algebra class. Gayle Marino takes over the job of teacher as she explains the steps and reasons for Rosemary l'atti's answer to a geometric original. Who knows but that these fourth termers may soon unfold new theorems to try future students of Euclid's hypotheses. 23? Recent medical discoveries high- lighted in science magazines hold the interest of Barbara Murphy, Mary Mangano, Margaret Meehan and Catherine Hurley. Fortunata l'rsino, counts the num- ber of ribs in the thoracic cavity for classmates who are studying the composition of the human body. EDUCATIO A required four-year course, Health reiterates the knowledge acquired in biology. Along with studying the circulatory, respira- tory, and nervous systems, a Fontbonnite must also learn all the rules and regulations of good health and safety. Once a week, on Tuesday afternoons, she hears of first aid treatments, traffic rules, home safety measures, and the dangers of nicotine, alcohol, and opiates. An important part of the health course is the physical training schedule. For forty-Eye minutes a week, the Fontbonnite must don her gym suit and sneakers to do push-ups and back-bends, or to engage in a fast-moving game of eyer popular basketball or of yolleyball. This weekly exercise not only keeps her bones from rusting but also gives her an excellent opportunity to participate in wholesome indoor sports. "Hands on Hips: ready, one . . . two." These fourth termers, in hopes of becoming members of Fontb0nne's basketball and softball teams, earnestly concentrate on calisthenics as a part of the Health Education program. .ff Art Students Marie Gallagher, Dolores Pinto, Diane Flanagan, Lucia Crisano, Gretchen Schwende, and Marianne Meyers plan, for their ideal homes of the future. A touch of orange and black and presto! Windows of our local stores are transformed by F'ontbonne's art students. RT Artistic talent is developed during the first four terms at Fontbonne. Color, balance, design and harmony all come into play as the student exerts her creative abilities. In Freshman year she is taught lettering and poster designing. Second year art consists mainly of art appreciation courses. By a comprehensive study of the great artists of all nations, the student is able to identify a Van Gogh, a Degas, an El Greco or a Corot. She can distinguish an Ionic from a Corin- thian column because of her study of Greek architecture. She can describe the design of the Taj Mahal or Saint Mark's in Venice. She will tell you about the content of da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" or Millet's "Angelus," Font- bonne's a1't course adds to the student's cul- tural background, and deepens her apprecia- tion of aesthetic values. Potential architects Camilla Nasif, Virginia Yates, Barbara Bianco, Cynthia Nasif, Loretta Ognibene, Roberta Salomone, and Helene de Lauzon strive to capture the striking resem- blance between Fontbonne's Gym and the ancient Greek temples. fm..-..., so fs. 0- J WA N T r E?'w"" C. A -vw. 'UQ' Qt acl X i I Madeline Campa and Antoinette Camberlango believe that there is more to music than theory. They partic- gww- ..e. F ularly enjoy their classes in appreciation. One of their favorite selections is Tschaikowsky's "Nut- --.-' craker Suite" with which they are entertaining their classmates. MU IC Fontbonne's music course is taken in Freshman and Sophomore years. It is divided into two categories: theory and appreciation. In theory classes, the student must learn the fundamentals of music: scales, key signatures, chords, and trans- position. She achieves a minor success in music when she discovers that she can transpose "My Country 'Tis of Thee" from C major to G minor with a minimum of difficulty. In music appreciation classes, she listens to such favorites as Tchaikovsky's "Nut- cracker Suitef' and Stravinsky's "Firebird Suite." She learns the names, plots and composers of all the great operas. For those who have more than a pass- ing love of music, Fontbonne offers piano, violin, and voice lessons. The entire course is designed to increase cultural inte1'ests. Music's G major scale provides a lively discusion as Rosalie Marlo- rano explains the complexities of the half steps between B and C. Fourth term members of the Choral class prove to be in good voice as they practice their music for commencement. 'QW wx. 'Tb ,1,v.- " 411 5? -,X 4. ,wswwmwh 4. I lil il IH vig , ,N- g 'ft K, A - ' -... .0 . - W" z , A -. 4 . - V -.N - , F' - A' 3-'-'S' , . , 7, .G-'f', ' , if '-J' 51. M A ,L ' . .'f'-.- A J-,H fi .5-.MQ .. . - 4 a- I V'-, ,il . ind.. -.N . ' F V, M ..q,' 'v',",A ., . Q-5 ' q., -1 i ' A '-'r,. I' IG 1, 'jp -J' fb: -.'. . lr,-:gf-,ig ,Jug , qt' 1 . mtfr- S.: YQ, ,f.,.., . . Q. ,ki .Q . N5 V. .. .,Al.:,, .. h 1 .n- . :L z . W., H' ,ua-y.-',,-Q an ' " N if . an ,Y 'h1V'H"f nv ' ,,'1.g,:.. 4-4 'Ax ., n, 'jlf 91. - - .A ' ,Q A , . ff - . X ,,'- .1,,--'xx L , 'S yd .3 , '34 ..-,W - QQ Q- . . 'n ".- '. -" 3, 'srnf 14 .S Xl.. S .Q N 'Q ., - . - ' t n! APL , pvn. , M"'x-9" gtlffi'-P 6' 33 v'f5!gbw2'Nx y Qvgw- K' 3' 3 x 'X' W? 'gs 4g1,j,.,1ff,2-'1' -2- KAN, ' ' ' 'Qi 2i.',?..4a'?'T4!2'A"if'11"YA"f4-' 1' f'2':f-+' ,,xfF 19u.+ NQ:.:.fn - - , . , M .Ziff 'F . ...-egg-1'-fif,'gQ,:-ixliwlfgfhgg it, .. .Ms A. ..,j5,, ,riwsld nfroclucing our AETIVITIE H H .31- 1 .S 'I i f I The joy of helping the deaf is reflected in the faces of Geraldine Eberle, Mary Giani, Adrienne Scordley, Grace Per.la, Frances Furfaro, and Jeanette Inferrara of the Hobby Club as they fashion leather rosary cases and weave woolen rugs. Junior officers of the Holy Rosary Praesidium assist President Mar- garet Smith in preparing Mary's altar. Muriel Boyle is president of Im- maculate Heart of Mary Prae- sidium. "The backbone of Legionary ex- perience lies in the study of the handb0ok,"reads Margaret Meehan to Legionaries Phyllis Capozzi and Jeanette Zammatara. The Legion of Mary is a worldwide organization whose members weekly perform apostolic works, offering them to Jesus through Mary. In Fontbonne we are blessed in having three praesidia which honor our Heavenly Queen. Striving to be Mary-like in thought, word, and deed, their members serve those less fortunate at St. Charles Hospital, Anthonian Hall, and Angel Guardian Home. The Saint Francis de Sales Hobby Club is a comparatively new organization. It began as an auxiliary group to those working in religious vaca- tion schools, especially in those schools devoted to the care of the deaf. lt aims at developing skill in handicrafts. ' as 4 Q-..........,.,,,.-..,, ,...v.,.,,,, "Shall we use a double column!", asks Maureen Corrigan, editor of the "Folio," of J if ii X fi' 'N JGMCZQQ ' C mom j to ey f 1 Jkbb CZJJA her associate editors as they arrange the layout of the "Folio." "Courage through Faith," Fontbonne's motto, is the ideal to which the Folio is dedicated. From editor to cub reporter, its staff strives to make each edition representative of the training received at Fontbonne. A member of the Quill and Scroll Society and the Catholic Press Association, the Folio, by accurate reporting, unusual features, and vivid art and photography, has merited First Honors for the years 1941 to 1953. Typical of those who make the Folio an integral part of Fontbonne are present Editor Anne Marie Walsh and her predecessor, Maureen Corrigan. Maureen received C.P.A. awards of ten dollars for photography and honorable mention for poetry. l Carol Papavero, Francesca Cirillo, Barbara Germack, Anne Marie Walsh, and Christina LaPlaca are inducted into the"Quill and Scroll," journalistic honor society. Members of the "Folio's" Junior Staff approvingly check the latest issue of the "Folio" before its dis- tribution to the student body. The typists, with an eye to the future, prepare next month's copy for the printer. A moment of silence interrupts an action packed game as friends and foes unite to sing the praises of their Alma Maters. Cooperation, diligent practice, and fine sportsmanship make Fontbonne's varsity undisputed champions. In the 1953-54 sea- son, the Blue and Gray met the top teams in the Metropolitan area and compiled a formid- able record. They also placed among the first four teams in the annual tournament sponsored by the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. For a notably successful year we congratulate Miss Norma Diemert A for her expert coaching, captains Jeanne O'Brien and Rosalie Savage for their leader- ship, and the entire team for their excellent play. To be a member of the varsity is a singular honor, for the Blue and Gray win or lose, are always Fontbonne's champs. Neither at Ebbets Field nor Yankee Stadium would you Hnd spectators more interested and enthusiastic than those at Olll' weekly games, "VictoryZ Victory! That's our cry Y" Fontbonne's gym resounds with this enthusiastic cry as our cheerleaders Patricia Court- ney, Carol Sarno, Rosemarie Parsons, Judith Haeger, Kath- leen Flaherty, Elizabeth VVhitty, Rosemary Lisanti, Denyse Clolery, Marie McGrath, Barbara McGinley and our twirler, deluxe Vivian Polidori, spur our team on to greater heights and new laurels. Wy. ...ar 146 Music at Fontbonne is a major activity and an important reason for this is our orchestra. At any formal assembly or at the traditional Class Day and Commencement exercises, the strains of a brisk march or a stirring hymn are an enjoyable addition to the program. In the Annual Spring Concert, the culmination of the year's work is seen as the orchestra offers the finest selections in classical music. However, behind this success are many hours of earnest rehearsal, all worthwhile, for they result in such quality musicianship as that displayed by President Maureen Corrigan and Librarian Rita Fumo. Secretary Rita Fu mo outstanding for operation. Barbara McGinley, Aurelie Mini- kine, Maureen Corrigan, Kathleen McCarthy, and Linda Stillwagon tune up before a performance with accompanist Loretta Trancone. Carolyn Blollo, Betty Jane Brock, Mary Jane Driscoll, Marie Leuzzi, Ann Marie Franco, and Corinne Capo- lino display proficiency on the clarinet while Barbara Petrosino and Constance Kaline join their talents on the trumpet. Barbara Boyling, Patricia Kelly, and Judith Muller add a rhythmic beat with the percus- sion instruments. The enthusiasm of these girls is the spirit that makes our orchestra successful. U"'5f live eff tj cet cviifciip ii "f Smiling French Club members gather around secretary Joan Sica as she relates "en francais" the old but still delightful tale, "Noiraud The desire to improve their French pronounciation and to enjoy French culture prompts attendance at these bi-weekly meetings Practical application of the lessons learned in class is the aim of Fontbonne's French Club. At its bi-weekly meetings, the Senior members of "Le Cercle de Notre Dame" combine scholarship with relaxation as they sing, dramatize skits, enjoy games, and listen to recordings "en francais." In this informal atmosphere, these "mademoiselles" deepen their appreciation of French culture and acquire greater fluency in speaking a modern language. Fontbonnels library is kept at the peak of etiiciency by an active Library Club which meets under Chairman Maria Sanchez on the tirst and third Tuesdays of each month. Daily, the members assist the Librarian in cataloging, shelving, and checking books. This contact enables these library pages to develop their literary tastes and to gain a valuable working knowledge of library man- agement and routine. 4 4 5 5 wigs These Seniors put into practice the knowledge learned in their French classes. As music is an integral part of French culture, Evelyn Eggers president leads her fellow "soeurs" in song. They close their meeting with the French national anthem "Le Marseillalse .-1? x Xxx. LGR i J Q Va WWW! Z? ' 64556 fr, Euthusiastic representatives of the Propagation of the Faith under president Jeanne 0'Brien get ready to send copies of "Jubilee," "America," and "Sig to hospitals, prisons, and mission lands. V The generosity of the Charity Club and the Propagation of the Faith brings Font- bonne innumerable blessings. Motivated by a desire to serve God, their members endeavor by prayer and good works to aid the home and foreign missions. Visits to hospitals, the Mite Box Drive, and the collection of articles for the destitute and imprisoned are some of their many activities. A highlight of the year's program is the Mission Show in which the students combine their talents to earn money for the National Society for the Propagation of the Faith. WZ! " President Maria Sanchez happily demonstrates the proper method of checking in a book to the other attentive Library Club members. 'Ve-at The Charity Committee led by president Mary Curley wrap cakes of soap to be sent to the patients on Welfare Island. 1 VCE WQCDXSKQ 'ff ffffab P6636 Emmy I -kdrlenn president of the Glee Club e Salamone In keeplng w1th the1r annual custom these Glee Club members don the trad1t1onal cassock and surpllce for the Chrlstmas Operetta Led by the senlor mem bers they blend thelr volces ln harmony Thelr selec The Glee Club 1 e1e11 student ma1 11ell be p1oucl Slllglllg' lll th1ec Ol foul p3ltS 1ts membus can 1e11de1 any S6lt:'Ctl0ll 110m a Neg1o S1311 ltual to an opuatm mastuplect The endless ll0LllS of p1act1ce 11111 ampl1 1e11a1dul 1111111 tht 1udges ot the Musm EClLlC,dtl0l1 league s Competltlon it T011 ll H 111 ldlifl them 11111tt1 suen pexuut t l11g1tst s 111 wel a11a1ded to 1111 glee tlub 111 that o1ga111La t1Oll 111 the 1919 comptt1t1o11 thu Ldlllltl off the cup 111 the Thlte Palt DlX1S10ll last ual thu 11e1e 411 euclul the eup 111 the 140111 l'a1 lJ111s1o11 s an act111t1 of 11111ch Though not so long csta1J11s11tc1 1101 so 11111 111101111 as the Glu Club ou1 C1lT1t'1cl fans tht Photo Gems .ue no less genuous Ill tl1e11 SQIXILQS One of tl1e11 specul lea tu1es lb 1 set of sllcles and an aceon1p11111ng 11a11at11t 1l1l,l0fllIL1I1g' I'OHtl50llI1t llS 11111111 lllg'S and 1ts Slllllt to 111com111g stucltuts Nlam oi the shots lll I nfbfmnr 1 111 th ltSlllt oi tllell 110111 txons whlch are approprlate to the Chrlstmas season always succeed m provokmg much favorable com ment Among thelr beautlful selections this year was Glory to God ln the Hlghest S, 'Z It 0 0 fx 'S-ef 1 f 'L-K1 er? W .sm 5 V7 1 "' ,glpgwm 5 222332.-V'1'1 Ellen Riccobono and Eve- lyn Eggers admire the trophy, won by the Glee ff Pa-loros Y . 'l"' Club at Town Hall. ap I I I I , I X H bb ' . l -- -. Qsiisst. gi , A V , X .V . ,... - ,Q 1 ,, ,L 1P'Y'1"'1 r--s 'E' ptiaqrumq xf""" 'M'- bb- X145 ' ' Camera Club posters call forth compliments from oliicers Catherine Carvo, Maria Sanchez, Margaret Huneke, Gloria Bartlett, and Anne Marie Walsh. Here's a switch! Photogems, who now appear on the other side of the camera, provide a delightful subject for photographer Therese Callaghan. These undergraduate members of the Glee Club complete its ranks as their voices swell in praise of God. Here, with accompanist Fran- cesca Cirillo, they render such in- spiring Christmas Carols as "Silent Night" and "O Little Town of Bethlehem." f S .IWW izffla ,H ft Sdmttitillil S Vind C gi. W ,-dw 15 SQL GUQE Editors, Anita Aiello and Ellen Riccobono make plans with associates Mau- reen Corrigan, Barbara . Germack, and Marie - Clemente. Y A1 , The Student Council, composed of class and activity presidents, meets on the tirst and third Thursday of each month. The president ot' the General Organization, elected by the student body, presides at each meeting. Work- Vice-President, Rosalie Savage, and Secretary, Mary Twohy approve Stu- dent Council agenda pre- pared by President, Chris- tina LaPlaca. ing in conjunction with the Student Council, the voluntary Student Service League, headed by Mary Curley and Beatrix Duffy, performs countless services at lunch time, at general assemblies, and at other important functions. To promote student participation in school government is an aim of the Student Service League. Muriel Boyle, Beatrix Duffy, Mary Curley, Kathleen Polidori, Evelyn Eggers and Ellen Riccobono, by their service to Fontbonne, render a greater service to God and country. The aims and desires ot' our Literary Staff could hardly have been realized without the aid ot' the Business Staff under the leadership ot' Catherine Caryo, Barbara Sayour, and Marie Clemente. Only through many hours spent in devising plans, making posters, and campaigning actively were they able to reach their goal. Close cooperation between the two groups brought the Fontbonm' to fruition. Our Yearbook records the ,ioys and accomplishments ot' Fontbonne and especially ot' the class ol' 195-1. lt is a kind of public diary written and edited by the Literary Staff under Editors Ellen Riccobono and Anita Aiello. Though the years will bring many rich experiences and new impres- Anne Marie VValsh of the Camera Club offers some suggestions for photos to Lor- raine Amendola and June D'Emic, while the members of the Literary Staff, Marilyn Casey, Gloria Bartlett, Carmela Megani, Joan Aberbach, Muriel Boyle, Ann Strod- thoff, and Isabel Schlottman discuss the lay- out, divider pages, and captions. Barbara Sayour and Caro- lyn Mollo check the Year- book's Hnances. sions, few will equal those held clear on the pages ot' Fonflzonnv '54. A 11 I Itllfffnlf Catherine Carvo, Business Manager of the "Fontbonne '54," records the classes' progress with captains Eileen 0'Hea, Nancy Reil, Patricia Battaglia, Carol Boasi, Rosalie Savage, and Lorraine Amendola. Their enthusiasm is a prime factor in making the Yearbook a financial success. Evelyn Eggers explains the vexillum, the standard of the Legion, to Barbara Germack and Anne Marie VValsh. Catholic Action members Barbara Sayour, Ellen Riccobono, Rosemarie Par- sons, Marie Clemente, Joan Sica, and Therese Charles, who are noted for their charitable deeds, make Nativity scenes for children in the elementary schools in the Brooklyn Diocese. X .X . .CMKXX A , Y x x 1 X xxx ' ,Av X ffffga 029059, 4 , 51215666 Mares X 'V' A..-4.,.i-fy! 4 by Inspired by Mary Immaculate,these Legion- aires reflect their love of humanity in performing acts of charity. Here they pre- pare to assemble for their weekly meeting. To accommodate the many students who are anxious to participate in Legion Work, groups are also held on Thurs- day and Friday. Through prayer and works of charity, lregionaires hope to combat the evils of the modern world. Fontbonne's Catholic Action group, which meets on alternate Fridays, makes a special effort to spread Christian living by word and deed. Its members further the work ol' the Lay Apostolate, the Christopher Movement, and the Catholic Press. At Christmas time they sponsored a special project whereby Christmas cards and cut-outs were dis- tributed to schools. - ' l 1 WY nfrovlucing our s Q. i iii 1 sir ' W ii X N1 ,, T5- 1 ff 'xx fi, 4, - ,1 s 1, The Infant Jesus smiles up from the array of chapel furnish- ings donated by the Fontbonne student body. Marie Clemente and Barbara Sayour admire the splendor of the chalices which will soon furnish a Mission Chapel. Aurelie Minikine reads this years theme: "To Jesus Through Nlary UUR MISSIO EXHIBIT Sfxias. 4 f Seeking only the glory of God, Fontbonnes missionaries labor' to spread the Faith. Each year through their sacrifices a complete Mission Chapel is furnished. Before the materials are shipped, they are displayed in our library to remind those who so generously give that their intentions will reach the altar of God through the taliernacles, chalices, monstrances, statues, yestments, linens, and other appurtenances which their gifts haye purchased. Santa Tersita, the Convent Chapel of the Sisters ol' Saint Joseph in Puerto Rico, was the recipient ol' this year's offerings. The impressive array of 'Hass vest ments and hand sewn linens is given a final check by Ann Strod thoff one of Fontbonnes zealous missioners. lit' T MTHECHUH TMA ECRETM Each year the Glee Club stages a Christ- mas pageant with an original story, original settings, and original costumes. For several months before its presentation, members of the Glee Club are transformed into stage managers, prop men, and electricians. Multi-colored wrapping paper over card- board boxes became a beautiful cave scene in this year's play, "The Christmas Secret." A sky tull of glittering stars made from con- struction paper and silver paint served as a background for the quiet hillside near Bethlehem. Using the materials on hand, the girls made their own costumes: hangers, wrapped with a layer of net and sprinkled with sequins turned into a pair ot' angel wings, while pieces ol' foil made sturdy helmets for the Roman centurions. The ingenuity ol' the Glee Club members, coupled with their untiring effort, has made the Christmas pageant an unforgettable event on Fontl5onne's calendar. "The Christmas Secret" reaches its climax at the crib where Mary CJoan Blulliganb and Joseph Uoan Sicab tend the Infant, while angels, shepherds, and kings pay homage to the new-born Saviour. The auditorium rings with "Glory to Godin the Highest." fp, 59 fi x , x T ASQ MM" A "ibm Q 2 It 3 J. 4 ,,f' a v Q , 47" , '- k -' 1 , ,X , A uf ' . 3 x , 5. 5 his 'gi' so .., A A A -,Je Q.. The Senior members include Anne Marie VValsh, Kathleen Polidori, Cordelia Bogdan, Evelyn Eggers, Ellen Riccobono, Jane Meyer, Justine Comans, Maureen Corrigan, Gloria Mattiello, and Marie DiGiovanni. RHO UR OCIETY One ot' the most coveted honors a Fontbonnite can receive is member- ship in the Leo Honor Society. Place- ment in the upper third of one's class together with an active participation in parish and school activities is the criterion for admittance. Since the bonne can offer can attain Leo Honor membership. The Leo Honor pin is proudly displaved bv each member, for it symbolizes the culmination of Catholic education. It proclaims for all to see: "Here is a proud Ameri- cang here is an active Catholic." Honor students Maureen Corrigan and Evelyn Eg- gers congratulate each other on winning scholar- ships to St. John's Teach- er's College. number is limited, only the best Font- Vnderclassmen Virginia Lake, Virginia Wright, Margaret Scally, Regina Smith, Adrienne Salomone, Bessie Jacobellas, Dorothy Wernert, Barbara Layden, Catherine Capano, and Natalie Voccoli, like their Senior schoolmates, have earned by outstanding scholarship and leadership in extra-curricular and parish activities, the coveted member- ship in the Leo Honor Society. 45? X The Leo Honor card is proudly displayed by Regina Smith, newly ac- cepted member of the society. On the stage at Bishop McDonnell Formal attire for the joint recital of Glee Club, Orchestra, and Music Classes. for the Diocesan Teacher's Meeting. THE AIR Fontbonne's celebrated Glee Club added to its laurels this year with appearances on television and radio. In broadcasts of the "Morning Chapel" pro- gram over WNBT-TV, they provided background music for speakers like Very Rev. Monsignor John Carberry and Rev. Joseph Collins. Their radio credits included appearances on the "Family Rosary" program, sponsored by Rosary magazine over WINS and on the "Hail Mary Hour," directed by Rev. Michael McLaughlin over WWRL. Other highlights of the season's activities were a per- formance at the Diocesan Teacher's meeting and participation in the nationwide Gene Lockhart Choral Competition. QQ W NET kr , f bias? fr - 'W 'NW M wi. s .W.s,.., ,eg G O I" in The Glee Club broadcasts from radio station WINS in New York City as it participates in the "Family Rosary" program spon- sored by "Rosary" magazine. It has also frequently contributed to the "Hail Mary" Program directed by Rev. Michael McLaughlin on WWRL. Accompanied by Francesca Cirillo, the Glee Club makes its appear- ance on television supplying the background music for "The Morn- ing Chapel of the Air." To date it has been televised four times with distinguished speakers such as Very Rev. John Carberry and Rev. Joseph Collins. -EL Fond memories will linger long after the traditional Grand March has concluded the Seniors' eagerly anticipated prom. In a whirl of laces, tulles, chiffons, and satins we were whisked off to the Roof Garden of the Pierre to enjoy "the loveliest night of the yearn--the night of the Senior Prom. All too soon the familiar strains of our school song filled the room reminding us that in a few hours the evening of dreams come true would be a happy memory. Q-9 A K UI' ch Ann 5 T h ese I ,J , , Hpero , A Eileen bmnoif Quilts Dose happily 0Brlen seemnio Mr: and Mrs. Chiarell OUR ITER FOR tii enJo.v watching the Bugzlfgyd, andl ' OD. Fontbonnites eagerly embarking on their exciting three days touring Washington. A carriage which might have once carried a President and his first lady is inspected by Adrienne Salomone, Ellen Riccobono, and Evelyn Eggers at the Smithsonian Institute. THE TIONQS CAPITAL After three years of waiting the annual trip to Washington becomes a reality for many Juniors and Seniors. A few hours traveling, a stop at the Roger Smith Hotel, and then they prepare to tour Washington. Our proud heritage soon begins to unfold before eager students. The Capitol, Pentagon buildings, and the Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, inspire Fontbonnites with memories of the great men who have helped form, strengthen, and preserve our union. In the splendorous light of Washing- ton, history comes to life. A visit to the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis climaxes three unforgettable days of unfor- gettable sight-seeing in our Nation's Capitol. Thoughts of New York are left far behind by Jean 0'Brien, Regina Cahil, Geraldine Eberle, and Mary Curley as the train swiftly nears our Nation's Capitol. All the comforts of home-Fontbonnites Barbara Boyling,Isabel Schlottman, Frances Sullivan, Rita Fumo, and Rosemarie Par- sons enjoy dinner, Baltimore S: Ohio style. .Hari , 3 ffaetana sgnchez V Bghin efrog drgdrgf ORABLE MOMEN S L bathe A1 -' Lynch , Twine Clelhe tpresents aw n ' , ne ohy, first a e and Ma ards rs In nd Secgnd ry Jang 'Qwest -8 Bish - Place w- - while the Jfglds Oratorigigl ges look 0 H. The Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima attracts the members of the Glee Club who sang for the Sisters at Brentwood. 4'-' 1 'M "sa ,W.,uu-s Smiles are in order as Mary Curley and Frank Engles watch the festivities at the semi-annual Junior Prom. xx by , x, -si' ,x 2 f Q ,yi my Reverend James Asip, guest speaker, and Mrs. Raymond Floyd, former President of the Ladies' Auxiliary at the annual Com- munion Breakfast. Seniors, Barbara Sayour, Cynthia Tutundgey, and Patricia Carey artistically decorate the Marian Year Bulletin Board with the translation of IVIary's name into various languages, symbolizing her universality. ff M QB f U!,,w,g on HH A HU h AT 'VA- -,.H 4 JOAN FRANCES ABERBACH Saint Anselm waves . . . ice cream and doughnut lunches . . . loves that piano . . . spends her summers at the beach . . . the perfect friend. Our "blondie" . . . those natural I QXVJ 11555 ma .'s X l 3- 39 Sq., iw EVELYW VEROYICA BRU Samt Anselm Evle St Joseph s College IQ her goal our sole ballerina spends her spare tlme drawmg and flymg beautlful blue eyes motorcycle enthus1ast 1954 DENIYSE NIARIE CLOLERY Sunt Mlchael Denny whats that name? our lnndy speclallst mg Vltallty plus page boy i I REGINA NIARIE CAHILL Samt AthdD3S1US The qulet one those true blue eyes the dreamer Ocean T1de bxg sxster Central Plaza llkes whlte terzlels the workmg gxrl MARY ANN THERES-1 COCO Ou1 Lady of Perpetual Help Collects pxctures a nuxslng caleer destlnatxon M1scr1co1d1a knovsn for her genexoslty Honest I leally im 17 ambltlon to be the txllest g1rl m the class NIARIE XNXE CLEWIENTP. hunt Frances de Ch mt ll D uk exes that Mademolselle look tendency toxxulds the Scotch Poldh un ln hcl futule souology m IJOI' dlmples true flltlld lomt Lookout baskttb 1ll players till Q, EIAU 'Y ,gs Q' xx Y 1 l l x l ' , CK ' . KA I y, I s 4 a , 'L . v n al I w s 1 . A n a n v s n'n . . . ,' 's 4 n a B . . V, 5 U rr A 6 ' ' v , . ' ' I s ' 1 , ' ' .l.5'2" ' ", "' " , .Y .. . . . spends those lunch hours cheer- . . . ' ' ' . . , ' . Al 1 A' A' . U - . . . ' l D D 44 y . Z :xy I ' ' ' I L 'xi 4 H c cl H ' l 7 l 2 . . K A.. 'I . . . 1. . . . , f 'lu ' 7' ll- . . . l '- I I- i a 4 - I I , 4' . .. - z '. -rx' A l P L ... X Q 9 - CO - l -f y sf 5 X X JUNE IRlb D EMIC Salnt Anselm Those cully lashes pllzed pos SESSION th lt Annapolls crest beautlful dreamel Chlef w olly U S m a tlue and listlng frlend VW' NI AL REEN THERESA CORRIGAN Holy Name of Jesus bletpy head makes fll8!ldS qulckly w hlte bucks blalns p us dlTlblt10I'l to edlt the New lork TIIHQS Dlxleland enthuslast J GERALDINE MARIE EBERLE Salnt Patrlck That bandbox look nex 61 stops laughlng always wlth Jeanne nexer an unklnd wold eXCltdbl6 unusual lunches loves chlldren Vogue helpful tlps 'I 'Wx E7 7 A 1 b . . .. ' . ' ' . . . ' Y ' , , , ' . ' - - - ' . . - only organist . . . infectious laugh "" A... ' -' ' u n ll -' y, the . . all ' ' ' , 1 x E ,, p fn' 1 I lf" -.V ..:A, -I ,,-. 71 " W 'Nl' dh I MARX ELIZABETH CURLEY Our Lady of Angels known for hel Stldvk belly blonde hllr mad lnonlents at Mays one of our best speakels IILXQI IHISSCS a school dance cl lss polltlcl ln st lunch Irlsh ln ill SENIOR EVELYN MARGARET EGGERS Salnt Patrlck Plano fingers summers at Lake Mohawk elght of her own O1 a classroom full our The Chrlstmas Secret 4,5 -cn' CHRISTINA MARY LA PLACA Saint Barbara Famous for fish stories , . . spon- taneous sense of humor . . . Madam President . . . never acquires habits . . . Ravioli , . . "Who stole the goat?" . . . musician "par excellence." 194 JEANNE LOUISE 0'BRIEN Our Lady of Angels Our varsity's captain . . . 'AI mean" . . . always with Geri . . . try counting her freckles . . . capacity for mischief . . . green eyes . . . All American Girl. WGS ROBERTA MARIE McCABE Saint Patrick "Font's" star basketball guard . . . lindy champion . . . always busy on Friday nights . . . fabulous shoe laces . . . "Anyone seen my pocket-book?" . . . ambition: to start Fontbonne's Chess Club. ROSIWI XRII' IHPRPNX I XRNUNN 1111 111 use bluk NQRO 1 1111y,, 1 1 1111 tu 11111112 111 111 1 1 111111111141 1YI 3, gg Qs NKlIf.,IlI Il at hm 1' prubm k11mx11 1 x f hu11 1+ flll I'I I PN JONPI II NI' RIQIUIIONU LFIIIL uf 6114 Nt X 1 4' b1t1c 1 1 111s 1 1 fu I I 1X ul lkd I Lg. f1 IOR XIJRII' NXI4 XXX N XLONIUNI' 1 1 -X 9111 1 I1 mp 1111 I 1 1 I nf' 2 'Q' FRANCES JEAN SULLIYAN Our Lady of Angels Allas Jeanne always xullmg to help golden halr our Irlsh dancer ambxtlon a large famlly loom IH her heart fol all 1954 VALENTINA THERESE ARCL IARRO Our L zdy of Angels Flammg xedhead vuthout 1 temper sunny dlsposltlon wonder ful llstener slncele she s not Spamsh shes Basque 'Y' ANIITA NIARIE AIELLO Immaculate Heart of Mary That ch xrmlng smxle future lady presldent loquaclous cheery greetmgs avld fan of the Dodgels and the Redmen her school spnnt listlng frlend shlp JACQUELINE ANN BAIA Our Lady of Perpetual Help Ifne lettels tod 15 found blushmg wears a Nlavy ID future nurse open the door Rlchle dlmpled chm Qs. LORRAINE NIARY -XMENDOLA Sunt Ephrem lJ8IS0h3lltX Plus long fluttelmg lddlLt6d to long phone cllls test tubes ln hex future talent at the keybo nd capable 'VW' f 'E' , V . 1 Y . . , , 5 F A A A ' n , n ,- - I I f - ' - ' " . . . z ' ' - I ' ' 4 1 ' " " ' e - z "' . . . . ' ' '. Z . . . . ' ' 4 . .... Al A A v ' ,' , r ' ' u ' ' . ' v L .' ' ' 5 ' . summers in Holbrook. . ."Jacquie." lashes . . . enthusiastic tennis pro . . . z " z ,, I "'l f - ' W." V X i In 1 A I 1 I2 ":" V' ' ' GLORIA ANNIE BARTLETT Our Lady of Angels luvate secretaly forex er cut tmg hel han' Them thele eyes cheely as Chrlstmas long chattv phone calls CORDELIA 'VIARY BOGDA N Keepex of peace and hZl1I'11OYlX calmness and dlplomacx 1n mans cuses happy go luckx mannel hopes to fly Jets 1n future COldl6 ?- Avl J.' . . , I U , - . u 1 ' it w Y ,Y 1 y . l Saint Ephrem SA. .V I U . . . .. , A il l LX Qs: X JOAN MARIE BRIDGES Saint Gregory Impish tvnclencies . . . amiable . . . casual manner '.., bliths- spirit . . . will talk in the gmvz- I. . . H11nscom's Cookie . . . "Bugsy." 194 Sl'SAN DIARY CAMMAKANO Saint Edmund Z1-alous . . . Capable . . . tezxsuble . . . "Sioux City Sue" . . . enorm- ous zippvtite- . . . daily traveler from Shvvpsheiicl Buy.. , . intol- ligt-nt look . . . frim-ndship pei'- sonifivd. u g - x A f Ag , 1. Q M All , nah sf B , s A- I Q f T... M 5534. THERESE ANNE CALLAGHAN 'slum John the Evangelist Goldilocks . . . those "Dagwood" lunches . . . true as her hair is red . . . that ukulele- . . . never found without the crowd . . . Ocean Tide's bubbling colleen. IZ-XBETH C ARILX PATRICIA EL . Our Iddx of Angels Industry persomfled . , neztness '- femininity umc fx mc xx mnsuentxouk f zshlon xxlw cm rgetlc futul Q tw uhxnf., I' rvnch 7- gud? 'V' 4"""' RISTO L XROIINI' XXX LX N nnt Bernadette innmnxn n wg III hu ut X flu Q nu Xou ll x nn Ol D11 X wx Uilflll mxn ex K mm e bE IOR KINI' XXNI1 1-UNO L KIHL N 1111 Pun 14 etu A nn nnxl r 1 funous l IIIIIKIN HLHIIIIIL, 1311 lt utmd to 3, p ng, Illlliwlli Llhlt In 1 WIARILYN ADRIAN CASEY Our Lady of Perpetual Help Turned up nose quick lightining capable hands found cheering for O L P H white cap in he1 future 1954 JOAWNE 'VIARIE CHIARELLO Our Lady of Angels Southern accent . . . soo sincere . . . feminine manner . . . sparkling personality . . . neat as a pin . . . radiates friendliness . . . eager A , N..,,m,,,,ff 'Q' NIARY ELIZABETH LAI FIELD Saint Patuck I leasant blue eyed fight ing Irishman good company alxx 'iys ready to lend '1 helping hand Casey 1Fontbonne lhotogiapher blushes easily Marie ANN 'NIARIE COLLIWS Our Lady of Angels Deep interest in others . . . con- siderate . . . devoted . . . loves dancing . . . roots for Navy . . . easy going. 'N THERESE FRANCES CHARLES Saint Patrick Dash of the unusual . . . dynamic personality . . . merry maker . . . future kindergarten teacher . . . our ambassador to Martins . . . mission minded . . . Teri. 'NYY JISFINIL ELEANOR LONIANN sunt lVI1ch iels Smctxt flllelld Jokester 1nfect1ous glgglc deep red blush petlte n sweet g1een exes theme I mxssed the bus Rll A NANCY DEL NELLHIO Our Lidx of Guadelupe -X xx ondel ful l1stene1 ft 1n1n1ne mannel neat as 1 pln French enthuslast .xlxx ms lQ3dX to help 1 true fuend fx ANN S HEI EN DATTILO 5 unt Rose of Lnnfx locket sue edltxon Itallan French xccent sunnx d1Sp0S1 txon ilu axs slung Dont be one of those genemlls called vsaxy hm SENIOR 'Nl XRIE ANTOINETTIL DI GIOVANNI Our L idx of Cuadelupe Haxe xou seen R1ta" lntel lxgence personlfied a ue perfectlonlst fast1d1ous m her dress sttuched blouses dehghtful nmnnel alvs ass helpful an C""' X x f N of , . N . 'll' .ll .ll l . .vll ll.v: 4 .Q I "2 'Q' . A I ' v , . v ' . v , , ,' ls v . .. - H 1, , , . . . loves to eat. little Annie . . . Anne not Joan . . . v vc Ll.- VW v v v uw ' ' 'N z j ' , ff . . w . ' U V v ' Y' ' - .' yn' ' W' ' ' . . . tl' , p x yfvwm, 'vi' " vw JOAN ENIILIX DINI Oux Lddx of Gu xdelupn VN xxx b lnge love dl.IlC1Ilg' in not -X1 me grunt XXOIYIKI xddlcted to long., phone cullfe funous Slllllg Im not ate an I Jo NIcD1nn1s 194 JO-XNNIL 'NI XRIE EADEH S unt Anselm Cheexfulnebe zeet md frlendh ness Huttellng ue l uhm S flux for footllghti Wake up muelc sp nkhng, person xhtx dxnung fe et ben are of hu blus end ook 'E I NIARY JANE DRINCOI L Sunt Pfztrlck Cheerful Qedqte kmdel garten maxm SQTIOUS aspxung thoughtful 'Vlire hltee Spote b9f01e hex exes would lxke to flx Tefc xr. LIIIIXN LLARI' PIOXIJ S unt Patrlck T111 g,1dufulncSQ quut charm um Qrx atlxe long t1esseS green exec new-1 ge s 1 tuket fox Qpoedmg L11 1 4-94- vi Ihl KIA XXX IAORNINO S nut B+ rn ide its Suphntu itui Iidx sp uklmg Oni mln IXN xuth L1l1lTl iknn QQ fl B ns renmxmci fm hm dmcmg ful xtx arf 5 ifxml LiItt,I'1Il hex fum re NIUR 1 l llll x 1 l PI IUNX Llbllm xxl I xu dn pendihll n 111 Llldlllg, -XX FOINEITIL If Lll KBILIH GANCLNII baxnt Ag 1th 1 Inlxoxlte QXPFLSSIOD Oh Arlene soft heeuted blbx faced qulet sxxeet presto .1 c xke ITld.gIldIlllT'lOUb lox es pdrtles blmd dates Tome 1954 X IRGINIA HOR-KN Samt M1th.1el Gmnx doesnt bellexe ln xxorlxlng deep bloxx n exes 1nd long h 111 to mi ch m st of xll txou le sxzn pxthetlc llstemr xx um ln he humor BARBARA LOl ISE GILRNI ith S :mt AHSQIIII Im :gm mon plus bubbllng ton nds hldden loop holes spontmeous suggestlons lntelested ID people trea suled fzlend te xchmg aspna tlons Im ha hdppx genmlltx fi ppy lf you re 'VIARG-KREI' JOYCL Hl NEKE Our L xdy of Angels Sxxeet sophxstlcatlon xte alrlxals smlll lunches xxlnnlng smlle shlnx golden tresses JO xxgi Qiix IInxElLIGAN xx 1th .1 dlsposltlon to match mul yttl Sgt? S t p lStll'Ilt' dog,s1tt1ng nur ses y e Sn ee 1nd QIIIL 1 Llp ln her flltllli M nge 1 e ftmlnlne manner M llgle xnd Mc .xlxx xys lxughlng dex lst xtmg xltallty SlUTlIllt'lS xt Breen s the tluth W' 'V f CQ RSI xLL:E E'iBATE Lommcmg Qpeaker L ur 1 X O Hgh S Czllformi bound bouth C uolma bound confident adx 9I1tUIOUS comp mum lblm e IIX h umomzel luux Llux cute 0 Thom lumhn Boobu XS' 'V W' Nl XlRl'l'X XXXI' lxhLLX Our Lldx of Angele xt L Tex litllill p mked X ll t 1 obllg m kex bo 11d xx um he nrt true fllGIld JO XXX NI XRX NI M CIO bimt Pxtrxck Bufstlmg The Fllght of the Bumble beg Soft blue ewee .pw -Qi PATRIKIX XXX lxhLLY Our Lldx of lerpmtuxl Help Balancfd pelsonxlltx Lne bonne mm dexout Mau J me Q conbt mt LOl11pdI'll01'l ilu us tllkmg lbout Llke Ron konkoma oh thoxe summels L1 SENIOR TRPSA AXX 'HAR-XXO S xmt Fmb ll Xocabul ux bulldex l'11btOl'lCdl mterest m Washmgton and Lee eifexxeuent consc1ent1ous nonde1ful dmcel theme Be 1ut1ful Broun Exes thoee dlmples Te-111 in 'Qf' IIORI K BPRN XIII-I N Xflllfl 0 at 19 lk 19 I1 im lllllti mh um g, lt ut x In ILIIIIVUI 194 IxX'lHII1I4X U NPN Nld XKIHX mt Xu 1 lx :mn far big, Iunu I nuuex m fu hxlf of que k ng mothm dxxmond 111 our Chun of fuend h1p th it I1 w xxx 'Nlldgc 'i 40? 3 I I, I I I"'l'E .II ' " IJ. Suit KOSQ li Sv '-1 and 'z luil . . . ' ' 1 ' . . . su-rlin f dispos' inn . . Swlx :md I1v'cI5' , .. va ' .. that! nur "lilo," 'I' ,f1.'.l.'I.'.". H Y Sn' , sxlm 'n' 1' W. 'h's.., cup A tum- . . . L S ll s I - .... z " 'Q ' 1' " 5 ' . . . z 'iih fi T' Q, XIXRY CXIHPRINI- 'Slcil I' 1 1dx of A1154 N 111 1 11 laugh c flllg., 1 1 lk 1 1 fu 111111111 ui 1111111 Xl J XXI' NIM Xl KX 1111 Ill l P 1 1 1111 1111 1 mhui 1 N 111111 1 1' 1 IX b 1 1 1 11111g,1111 SENIOR BARBAIL-X JUAN MCVINLEY g'iiI1l A11Sv 111 .'11'111111' er: 11' L' . . . hwppy 5,0 "y 1.11 :po1'ts 1-11thusi'1st . 11:1111ily ses Il 11111111111 the b'lS et- ' 1 ' , , , ffm-V11' 1-hee1ri11g us WIQGQQ. DOROTHY EILEEN NIcX -XLLY Salnt -Xnselm Llthesome xosx cheeks m zkes fuends xnd holds them pldCtlC1l ult bubbllng feme n1n1ty musleallx lnclmcd plans to texch those llttle dxrlmgs Duffy DOROTHY ANINE 'NIcINITYRE Our Ladv of Ierpetual Help Reads smlle lxght healtedness s1nce1e frlendllness plus lows a good tlme lowes to d lte popul xr muslc Dot 194 LARNIELA MARIE MEGANI LOI ISE ANN NIEVIWIOLI Samt Bernadette Our Lady of Cauadelupe Letters fxom -Xnnapolls quxet Wheres mv studx good ik mxnner fxlendlx smlle humoz lue um IHQUINIUXQ I XIRKI X xxx ,ullhhx sunn d s wsltlon lndustllous ex h t t x I p ur perslx in Oul Lldx of -Xngels k l d d nse soft 1 good fm nd unpxedltt lble noxx e ge lspe 1 S d k 1 tl brown ewes one of the photo full of Illl9Ch19f chattex box wtet m lm gm Q manner llllllllg smile lots of fun M ll gems 1 le pleas mt NOICG lush ewes thoughtful 'and smure dlmplns good sense of humor W' 'Y t f . Ll I' AAY A A .v, Av- . K . J LH , z 2 '...H ." " '? 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Q X . , 4-'U in H ff' l JANE WERONICA NIEYER Sunt Anselm Cdptlx ztmg personalxtx loxelx ex es CO!lg6I1l al dlSpOS1tl0H L1 xxedkness for inxthmg blue knoxxs xxhxt she xxdnts 'ind goes After It Jame SHEIL A -KN N MON AH AN S 11nt Patuck True fuend laughlng ex es and CAROLYN SALLY 'NIOLLO danclng feet serxous glggles S unt Patnck penetmtlng glances 11115 Houngest lh the class llkes to Ch18V1OUS lntent chattelbox be dlfferent ind usuallx IS enormous appetlte a cule for futhful Jersex tlxps gax all troubles Monle ,Q AL RELIE ROBERTA NIINIKINE Salnt Anselm 'Ne at as 1 p1n capt1x atmg Sllllle dellghtful IUdDllQ1 makes fuends Q l91lX and keeps them d1mples gleammg broxxn ey es PATRICIA HELEN MORRIb bdlllf Ephrem Gentle dellghtfullx dlffelent sunnx dlsposltlon faxorlte song Mx Old Ixentuckx Home xx1ll1ng to lend 41 helplng hand alxxaxs frank Pat qrwr l ' I . lu H. . .' .H ' . . , ' .' ' . . . H .H ff-Il A A 55' if E if 1 L 1' JIDIIH XNNI- NIIIIILR O111 L1dx ufln1pLtu1l Help Lof,J1Q1l th111k11 1 x 1 1 g,1xe 1 hLlplIlf., 111 fm Illllwll 1 I ll i nd 1 bptul f111 Judx 1904 l'ILl'l'N l XIRIQI-X UHI' fjlll Lxdy of 'xllgtlw KIIL 1 111 11111 15 fem 1111 1 11 x in 1su1cd frund pmud th1t t 5 Iflx ' 1 ELIL XBILFH -XXX OBILRILNDILR Our I idx of Ie1p1tu1l Help Larotun b bluf QQKS 1a uw s1111l1 lows d111L1111., fu urn 111l111e hoxtkww th1oug.,h thmk and thlll Jem md I1L IZ I' Il I' LN DOLURLN ON LRI ANU b1111t Patluk 'Nordu be lUtX 11111911 11111 f1 r ll1X 1111 1 f11e11dl1 111 11dc d bl mdn C0151 111 1 I 111 Ns 5Ne111111ux 1 N cum, 1111111111 11311 J mmm Q-" Ya' R0Nl1NIXlx ll X KI' 1 X11 1 111 1 I N RX IIHUNX I XI N r I ix X1 1 1 L 1 11111 11f1hle 1111 111 11k111g 111 ILtl Iltl X It K YN' i XS NORNI-X JOY PLTRILLO Oul L idx of K u xdelupe -X xx lxs xskz d -Xnx ul mon to m lHUSlLldIl l pe uh: s md gre un wmplexclon ux fox oul x xmtx gnl NI-XRY JANE QLINN b unt Thomas Aqum ns ID enthusl xstlc alxx xxs l ite xx eakness fOl blue alxx .xxs mx es xbout Pl itbush f xxorlte ques tlon WhGlt s P1t" T C XETANA WIRCINI X PE1 RUSINO 'Vlost lreclous Blood A x xxs xexdx fm 1 non ch il mt IIN dlgmfied r 1 palson 1l1t m Y hxppx 1Lco1d xx1th her nine Gxx LONSI'-KNLE NIARGARILI RANDAZZO 5 unt I4 mb ll Longs fluttermg eyelashes tmp hA I'HLIulnN BLRN ADETFL to l uxopg tun 1 fish sandxxlches POLIDORI blg helrt dlstmctlxe blush bdlllt Bexnadette gax md lox lble L uefree llus de eoxffeurs consuen IN umm dlI1lplf.S Conme tlous sha1p bmm delight ful m mner many txlents hxdden laughter seuous en deux oxs bo xtmg enthusiast E ,,Q Q 1 ' N Y 7 ' A AA li ,A IA I 'zt' la - ' .l'z,'.'z, 1,". Q' the A ' V . f"... 1' -Sz ' 1 .Ix'z '-1 j 'fur . .. - Q - .' .. . flzl' ' fun , . . 'az ...HS0"t'Illl1l2ltl'H... "-z1i...z -' 2' ' , 1 j 1' ' " 21 , u',,vr ,2. 1 .1 t A, Mischievous . . . never stops laugh- 'L' " 2 ' Ag... fa 'zj 1- f ' " ,, ,,, , v ,, , ,. . ,WS 41. ,'.. l . K A A. ' u ,iv , 11 f. 1. ... , , ., A . . . H, 4 n, ,, h. 1 l..." '." . . z ' z .. ' ' Y n 1 1 'D ' x 4.4. ' X -'0.Z ' . bqlnt Anselm An an of sophlstlcatlon puturbed loves a partx futule secletaly Cal0f19 C011 SCIOUS loves popcoxn noted for her tr uels 3621111116 till 4' KIAIS 'VH "-'V gs 'W' Af 'Wil JE-KN -XNNE REDDIG balnt Anselm Chlc han stxles a heaxenlx vo1ce fights to xun her polnt alvs ays frank that blue car waltmg fox Ellie loxes anxm als NIARIX 'VIERCPIJES SANLHLZ Salnt Flnbaz Me uhe Spalkllhg personallty Spanish xxlth 1 Pxench accent sm ill VS8lSt Latm Amerlcas glft to the Lmted States 71" ,l A KATHLEEN ANNE REIL Our Lady of Angels Capable xxell mformed xx r1tes bed tune stones about ammals ln French pen name M01 sense of humor xppxeu mon of anxthmg clex 81 Nancs SENIOR ROSALIE JOYCE SAVAGE bdlllt latxlck Wmmng., larnpoonez pal excel k :rat sports enthuslast dxscermng 1 lezdy laugh ow I-' ", 15'- s ef Q' e . i 'K xx , J s A I A . .1 .N A. Av . . L. 'I ' ' . - ', ' L Q'- JEAN MARIE ROSSMAN . . . Equzldlul always . , . speaks lence . . .rilnaginativc . , . fourteen L ' ...un- 1 " ' 1'.".'.' '. 'z " ,. - ' " ' . "J,'." X 'h I , 4' 9 - 'O 4 9 I ' D 1' . V on I 4' l .' Y , I -,V. Z .I I.:-k A K ' i N yy INABLL HILLILNE SCHLOTTNI XX Our L tdx of -Xngzl mpx 1 tw toloswll lunthex knoxxn fm pumtulllty dgllghtful perwonxlltx tts 4 ll Q. ' z D' . X s ff '- A sincere friend . . . vhutte-rlmx y . . . twinkle- tm-s . . . pixie: fcaturvs , . , . Sllll A' ir' -S51-r , . . ' JS. V tha 'J vt ' "Is," BARBARA ANNE SAY0l'R Quint Ansvlm Radiutes Iztughtt-1' . . , hearty fun . . . :Always on hzmd . , . S1I1L't3l'U ummm-r . . . gt-111-mtls hmtrt . . . l1I't1 tic imivzxs . . . futurt-: uriwrtis- illg . . . those- brvvwrl 4-yws , . . "lit1bbit'." 194 JUAN MARIE SIKA Our Lady of Angels "IJimplt-S" . , . muted fm' pn-1iicaA lllvllls and llliIIltI'1'I'S . . . ustlztlly fuumi with Vzxwl , . . s-r1m'1x1ut1s appetite X... sunny smilv . . . sum- rm-rs Ill tht- Vutskllls . , , guy party truer. r-N K PEN XNNI' N NNUI 1 N ll xxn INI H ll mu phi LX dll XNXI Sffxfllf NU ill IN I 1 L 4 4:13, mn X 1 URN: N ILNIUR U Hill XNNI' NNI 1 I mdx of X11 .1 N I mms fu mel xxmcom111f mug mmm tv 1 hs lp h md s 1-et :md SiIlL'CI't,' . . , kind to ' I 1 fgy. 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Z 2' 9. E! y ' 4 v Q '- -Q ' Y -1 ' 'R I., W - :" ' - T ' gn V K. 643342 Yu JS ' Y s ' - " ,., Q 4. ' A J 3' N I W if if :" Q ii ' J as ' Z' 1 2 Q " ' 5 ' A ' ' X, -L J CRADUATIO Mrs. Dattillo and Mrs. Dini congratulate daugh- ters Annzi and Joan. f' . 57, X will Four years of Catholic education are climaxed on graduation night. To the solemn strains of "Pomp and Circumstancej' we arrive at commencement. Our red roses symbolize courage and our white gowns purity, as we stand fortified with Christian principles, ready to take our places in the world. Among the January graduates who have brought honor to their parents, their school, and themselves are valedictorian Maureen Corrigan, who received the General Excellence Medal and scholarships to St. John's University and Caldwell Collegeg saluta- torian Ellen Riccobono, who earned the English Medal, Evelyn Eggers, who merited the Religion Medal and a scholarship to St. John's Universityg and Joan Aberbach, who received the History Medal and a scholarship to St. Joseph's College. June graduates eagerly anticipate this traditional cere- mony held at the Academy of Music. The violinists play softly as the graduates form in line to reap the reward of four years of study. Monsignor Baldwin pre- sents the graduation medal and diploma to Mary Curley as Frances Sullivan walks across the stage to receive hers. Later, Monsignor addressed the graduates on their new role as Catholic women. I T. Y' A, , fa OUR AL The Ladies' Auxiliary and Alumnae jointly sha-re in a large part of Fontbonne's success. Each month the Ladies' Auxiliary, under President, Mrs. James Grady, meet to discuss new ways to help Fontbonne. Its zeal has been illustrated in such accomplishments as furnishing classrooms in Sacred Heart building, purchasing a Water fountain, and contributing to St. Joseph's Novitiate at Brentwood. The Auxiliary also offers two half scholarships annually to St. Joseph's College for women. The Alumnae have distinguished them- selves by their continued school spirit as personified by their aid to the poor, their interest in Fontbonne's projects, and their scholarship fund. 22, Wlsfgy .,.,, mf Y fix jf 84 if V' .J a- X L, ,X Q ,Y if, l X X Mothers and daughters gather in St. Patrick's Church on the first Saturday of October to participate in the Mass. Carmela Megani, Mary McCue, Mrs. Henry McCue, and Mrs. Clara Bartlett are enjoying the breakfast afterwards in our gym. fx 1 ff. is... Alumnae members Santina Ursino and Clara Sciutto present a check for five hundred dollars to Reverend Mother Charles Edward for the Novitiate Building project. A D AUXILIARY At the monthly meetings of the Auxiliary, the business discussion is followed by a social. Over a game of Bridge or Canasta the Mothers exchange ideas. 'in-,., " ,M-A x Nwk S21 vw 'fl J! wif! '9m,, vf nfmlmng W ADVERTISERS Vle the class of 1954 wlsh to extend ou1 deep glatltude to ou1 f1 lends patlons and sponsols ww ho have so generously C0l1tI'1bl1t9d to ou1 Yea1book Xl e have 8l'ld83,V01 ed to make Fontonne 54 the best sea1book Olll success has ciependul on the coopuatzon of thc staff and XOU1 genelosltx XK1thout XOU1 klnd suppo1t lt would haxe been llTlDOSSlblC to achlexe ou1 goal Uur Page Sponsors St Belnadett s P2Il1Sl1 St Flances De Chantal P3.1lSl1 Ou1 Lad3 of Pe1petual Help Pa11sh St 'll1chaelsPa11sh Bax Rldgc Fontbonne Hall AllXll13.1X B19XOOlt SHNIIIQQS lank of P1ooklx ll H3mllt01l Fede1al Sax 1ng and Loan ASSOL13tlOll Sophomores of Room -1 7 Class of June 1900 N11 and M1s hdxxa1d Angel1 L11 el5 LIldQl ga1 ments D1 and THIS Joseph L Slca Saxbu15 Housecoats EIIHS SBQOUI M1 Mlchael Clemente D1 and M1s J A De1Vecch1o He1moxx1tz and H61IHOXllf,Z Ce1t1fled Accountants kasbar Qu1lt1ng Co Gull Contractmg Compan5 Inc M1s John W McG1ath 86 Ifacultx Page I to Hono1 Ou1 Blshop Ou1 Chapel Alumnae and Aux1l1a1s Ou1 Campus Facult5 Page Leglon and Cathollc Act1on D1V1d61 Page Glee Club Student Counc1l DlVld61 Page Washmgton T11p Int1 oductxon D1Nld6F Page SGHIOI P1om A1 t1sts Glee Club Va1 Slty I7 y , ,, ' , 1 ' 1 1' y 1 , - y ' 1 1 l 7 . 1 v . - . 1 A - x ' ' 1 1 ' ' ' ' 'I N ' 1 Y il it 4 Y . 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Actzwtres Class uf January 1954 JOAN ABERBACH Folro .38 Glee Club 3 8 Class Team 7 Student Servrce League 78 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Bowlrng Club 3 4 Charrtv Club 5 Mrssron Varrety Show 7 Camera Club 4 Yearbook 8 VICTORIA BOEST Glee Club 4 8 Legron of Mary 1 3 Camera Club 4 Servrce League 78 French Club 8 Folro 27 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Mrssron Show 7 MURIEL BOY LE Folro 1 8 Assrstant Edrtor 8 Busrness Manager 8 Legron of Mary 1 8 Secretary 5 Vrce Presrdent 6 Presrdent 8 Glee Club 58 Class Presrdent 8 Xrce Presrdent 4 Secretary 6 Yearbook Commrt tee 8 Junror Prom Commrttee 6 Student Servrce League 7 8 Mrssron Show 7 French Club 8 Thr- Chrrstmas Secret 8 Bowlrng 5 Charrty Repre sentatrve 6 I PVI-LXN BRUCR Folro 48 Bowlrng Z Servrce League 6 7 Camera u 3 ee u Cass Team Propagatron 18 Charrtv Representatrve Z6 REGINA CAHILL Class Team 18 Legron f M ry I4 Varsrtx 4 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Hobby Club 8 Senror Prom Commrttee 8 Propagatron Repre sentatne 5 6 MARII- CLI-'VlkNTl-, Presrdent I Legron of Marv .3 5 Catholrc Actrorr 6 8 Vrce lresrdent 6 8 Junror Dance Cornmrttet tr Yearbook 8 Servrce League 4 DI-NYSE CLOLLRY Class Team Captarn ' 4 Cheerleaders o 8 Tablet Representatrxe 68 Rrdrng 56 French Club 8 Bowlrng 45 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 MARX ANN COCO ee Club Z 4 French Club 8 Bovs rng 'I Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Propagatron 18 Serxrce League 6 8 Charrty I 8 'VIALRPPN CORRIGAN Club P4 Year Book 8 Class Presrdent 2 56 Secretarv of Student Councrl 6 Leo Honor 98 Qurll and Scroll Socretv 4 8 Nrce Presrdent Student Councrl 7 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Edrtor of Folro 8 Presrdent of Orchestra 8 Class Team 4 8 Class X rce lresrdent 1 Secret rrs S MARX CLRLY Charrtx Club Representatrxe Z 7 Presrdent of Charrty 8 Servrce League 5 7 Presrdent 8 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Senror Prom Commrttee 8 Student Councrl 6 8 Legron of 'Vlarv 2 7 Propaga t n 18 Class Team 18 Catholrc Actror 4'r Class Presrdent r Class X rce Presrdent 6 Bowlrng 1 Rrdrng 12 Propagatron io Class flass U AINITA All-LLO ass Team 17 Foro '36 Mrssron S Ou 4 8 Legron Marv 58 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Class Vrce Presrdrnt 4 Presrdent 6 7 Student Councrl 68 Propagatron 18 Edrtor Yearbook Staff 78 Presrdent Catholrc Actron 8 Presrdent of G O 8 French Club 7 8 LORRAINYE AMPNDOLA lroprgatmn 18 Bovrlmg 16 Class Team 541 Iegron of Mary 4 8 French Club 1 8 Junror Prom Commrttee 6 Yearbook Staff 78 Mrssron Show 6 Lrbrary Club 6 8 VALI- NTINA ARCUIARRO Legron of Mary 18 French Club 7 8 Senror Prom Commrttee 7 Propagatron 1 8 JACQUI-LINJF BAIA Cheerrng Squad 12 Bowlrng Club 16 Propaga tron of the Farth 18 Legron of Mary 5 8 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Mrssron Show 6 Yearbook Staff 7 French Club 7 8 GLORIA BARTLETT Propacatrorr 4 8 Servrce League 7 8 French Club 7 8 Yearbook Staff 7 8, Lrbrary Club 5 8 Camera Club 5 8 Secretary 6 Vrce Presrdent 7 JUNE DEMIC Clee Club 2 8 Class Team 5 8 Rrdrng Club 4 5 Folro 1 Yearbook Commrttee 8 Junror Dance Com mrttee 6 Class Secretary 5 GERALDINE EBERLE Legron of Mary 18 Propagatron of the Farth Representatwe 3 4 Class Secretary 6 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Senror Prom Commrttee 8 Hobby Club Presrdent 7 8 Yearbook Commrttee 8 Class FVELYN EGGERS Legron of Mary Vrce Presrdent 8 Leo Honor Socrety 6 8 Glee Club 1 8 Secretary Treasurer 8 Folro 28 Assrstant Edrtor 8 French Club 58 Presrdent 8 Student Councrl 8 Yearbook Com mrttee 8 Bowlrng Club 16 Student Servrce League 58 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Mrssron Varrety Show 7 CHRISTINA LA ILACA Foro 18 Glee Club 18 Student Councrl 48 French Club 8 Qurll and Scroll 8 Presrdent ROBERTA McCABE Bowlrng Club 12 Catholrc Actron 12 Servrce League 58 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Legron of Mary 18 Varsrty 18 Yearbook Commrttee 8 Propagatron 1 8 Charrty 1 8 Co Captarn of Varsrtw 7 Team28 o G O 8 JILANNL O BRILNI Xarsrty 18 Legron of Mary 58 Orchestra 14 Servrce League 1 5 Student Councrl 6 8 Propaga tron 1 8 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Senror Prom Commrttce 8 Yearbook Commrttee 8 Co Captarn Varsrtv 67 Captarn of Varsrty 8 Presrdent of Propagatron 8 ROSEMARIE IARSONS Iolro 12 Class Team 18 French Club 58 Cheerleader 68 Bowling 36 Rrdrng 56 Class Secretarx 8 I-LLFN RICCOBONO Folro 7 8 Busrness manager 5 Assocrated Edrtor Catholrc Action 58 Presrdent 8 Servrce League 68 French Club 58 Class Presrdent '3 Class Secretarv 1 2 Qurll and Scroll 6 8 Leo Honor 4 8 Yearbook Fdrtor 8 Student Councrl '38 Mrssron Belles r ADRILNNE SALOMONE Q lee Club Z 8 Presrdent 8 French Club 5 8 Ser xrce League 68 Sec 67 Folro 48 Assocrate Edrtor 8 Legron of Mary 58 Sec 8 Student Councrl 8 Bowlrng 2 6 Class Treasurer 2 3 Year book Commrttee 8 Mrssron Belles 7 Leo Honor 8 Junror Prom Commrttee 6 Propagatron Repre entatrve 1 FRANCES SULLIVAN Iegron of Mary 6 8 Class Team 2 8 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Senror Prom Commrttee 8 June 1954 PATRICIA BATTACLIA Charrty Representatrve 58 Lrbrary Club 38 Ifrench Club 7 8 Mrssron Show 4 6 8 Class Team I8 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Yearbook Staff 78 Propagatron of the Farth 38 Bowlrng Club 5 6 CAROL ANN BOASI Legron of Mary 46 Glee Club 18 Charrty Rcpresentatrve K4 Bovslrng Club 12 Polro 56 Class Treasurer 3 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Yearbook Staff 7 8 CORDI' LIA BOGDAN Cheerrng Squad 1 4 Propagatron of the Farth 1 8 Legron of Mary Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Mrssron Bells 6 Class Presrdent 68 Leo Honor Socrety 6 Class Team 58 Senror Prom Com mrttee 7 BARBARA BOYLIN' Orchestra 18 Class Secretary Zh Varsrty i4 Mrssron Show 6 Class Team I6 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 JOAN BRIDGI-S Cheerrng Squad 12 Lrbrary Club 58 French Club 7 8 Legron of Mary 1 6 Yearbook Staff 7 8 Orchestra 13 Class Team 18 Propagatron of the Farth 5 8 . . . 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' " I ' ' ' -Q -: THLRILSL CALLACI-IAN Legron of Mary 18 Camera Club 48 Propaga tron of the Farth 48 Class Vrce Presrdent 1 Secretary Z Bowlrng Club 4 8 Junror Prom Com mrttee 6 Mrssron Show 4 6 8 theerrng Squad 1 4 Varsrty Refreshment Commrttee I8 C8th0llC Actron Representatrve 7 SUSAN CAMMARANO Camera Club '38 Lrbrary Club 28 Legron of Mary 6 8 Propagatron of the Farth 1 8 Yearbook Commrttee 78 Tablet Representatrve 78 Cla s Presrdent Z Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Cheerrng Squad 1 4 Student Councrl 2 IATRICIA CAREY Orchestra S4 Camera Club 58 French Club 78 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Catholrc Actron Club Z Propagatron of the Farth 1 8 Cheerleaders Softball Team 2 Class Team 13 Yearbook C ommrttee 7 8 CAROLINL CARISTO Cheerrng Squad 12 Bowlrng Club 5 8 Propaga tron of the Farth 18 Legron of Mary 38 Secre tary 8 Mr sron Show 6 Junror Dance Commrttee 6 Yearbook Staff 78 French Club 78 Lrbrarv Club 5 8 Class Team 5 7 C-XTHFRINI' CARVO Legron of Mary 1 8 Propagatron of the lfarth I 8 Camera Club 18 Secretarv 7 Mrssron Show 6 French Club 48 MARILYN CASI-Y Legron of Mary 4 8 Propagatron of the Farth 1 8 Cheerleaders l Class Team 541 Junror Prom Commrttee 6 I- rerrch Club 7 8 Yearbook Stall' 7 8 MARY CALFIELD legron of Mary I8 Camera Club 28 Bowlrng Club 18 Class Team 16 Propagatron of the I-arth 1 8 French Club 7 8 THI' RI' SF CH -XRLLS Legron of Marv 1 8 Propagatron of the I'arth 1 8 Lrbrary Club 14 Vrce Presrdent Glee Club 6 8 Cheerrng Squad I4 French Club 7 8 Class Team I6 Senror Prom Commrttee 7 Folro I 7 Vrssron Shovr 4 6 8 JO-XNNF CHIARELLO Propagatron of the Farth 48 Class Secretarv 6 Senror Prom Commrttee 7 Servrce League 48 lrbrarr Club 48 AINN MARIE, COLLINS Orchestra .5 4 Propagatron of the Farth .1 8 Scnror Prom Commrttee 7 French Club 7 3 Mrs ron Show 8 Class Team 7 8 JUSTINE COM-YINS Legron of Marv 4 8 Propagatron of the I'arth 36 Charrtv Club .36 French Club 06 Leo Honor Socrety 6 8 Mrssron Show 8 ANXIA DATTILO Yearbook Staff 78 Legron of 'vlary 18 Vrce Presrdent 8 Lrbrary Club 58 French Club 78 Junror Prom Commrttee 6 Propagatron of the Farth 'S 8 ARLLVIL DAVIS Legron of Marv 18 Lrbrary Club 08 Catholrc Actron 78 Junror Prom Commrttee 6 Propaga tron 1 8 Vlrssron Show 6 RIT-X DPL VECCHIO Legron of Marv '38 Servrce League 4 8 French Club 7 8 Yearbook Busrness Staff 7 'Vlrssron SFIOW b M-YRII' DI C ION -XNNI Legron of Mary '38 Servrce League 18 French Club 8 Mrssron Show 6 Yearbook Busrne s Staff 7 JONIN DINII legron of Yiary S8 Presrdent 8 Lrbrarv tlub 1 8 French Club 4 8 Class Team 7 6 Propagatron of thc Farth 38 Ycarbook Busrne-ss Staff 7 Bowl Cub c rstrr 54 J o lronr 4 if 'VI-YKY J-XNI' DRISC OLL Orche tra 18 Glec Club :J 4 Legron S 4 Cheerrng Squad 7 4 Senror Pronr Commrttee 4 Junror Dance Commrtte4 a Bonlrng., Club I2 Charrtv 5 6 Propagatron of the I-arth 1 8 JOAINNI' EADFH Propagatron of the Farth 12 Bowlrng Club 18 Junror Prom Commrttee 6 Mrssron Bells 6 8 Class Team 7 I Yearbook Commrttee 48 French Club 7 8 theerrng Squad 1 4 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