Gloucester Catholic High School - Maryan Yearbook (Gloucester, NJ)

 - Class of 1956

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M 1 5. L.: 6 ,, ,Q M 6- I QQ W .5 3 I Qwbbfem V' WN Q51 'S , . -. .MN .. V , 4--..4...1, U ,, 47142 7956 dfzydfl ELEUEESTER EATIIELIU HIGH SEIIIHIL GLEUEESTEE NEW JERSEY Zvafzy fzfzafdlfle Mya' fffwugffauz' we fave' fine mamem' 121 ziememlexz. 5. X ai' f W 1 wg W W5 e 'jg We V 1 1 ' 1 , L5 f 3: 61,4514 0,912 Foreword. . I ZPQ?i'0f12Y2 ' x W A JF 4751615 5 ' h :Pvc-ebnr . . .0 V m A C!qQ2,rc'Qv.r.r0,pq , l -,LQ ,. lflrfro-rlzrrziofer 4cf1L-10S-.r 0!Q2i'l'1'lJ'l5J9 Jgufflbb Z g sgxdm my yffways' mem ez . . . The day we first met, shy and ill at easeg The awkward overtures of friendship eagerly masteredg The wonder of our new-found maturity As we faced our first school year togetherg The months which fled so swiftly past us, Leaving only fond memories of moments sharedg The hushed serenity of Wednesday Mass, The discordant clatter of early morning break- fast, The scent of newly blooming apple trees While we proudly danced at our junior Promg The thrill of receiving our class rings, The fun and excitement of our Senior trip, The solemn finality of graduation And the sorrow of saying farewellg The consciousness of Mary's hand in ours Helping us in future success and failureg The laughter and tears, the friendships formed-- Yes, these all blend together a lovely chain of memories. How could we ever forget? Edna West, '56 U Sl ll r ix is J -1 fu J of spiritual suuiitl Lg l!7lfZld!!i'l5fl!Ml?Gi'I cf amz fame 0 lv " .-:,ta, 5 . , A . .hiv ' 0 B ' if Aj.. , 1 , 1" 'rf 5 i Q ' n 450- Q- Blflf' I CYIQRICXIJ li,XR'I'lllJIMBII-IW ll. lil S 'I'.XC'lC, lJ.ll,, our lmeluvccl spiritual lcziclcr. will form xi gli it pn t of our future l'vc.'. Iii' lu: ln-cn our iuspirzilimi in the lu: . our guirlc in the pri-svnt :mil our :iid to gi I . ' ' , .,. .' . - W f , Wm zzsfad - Qkzfifufdbeafaa af am fclaaf RlfYl"Rl"Yli l'l"'l'l"lQ X lil llXl.Xlx. 1 P ui l.iflm will lilac lii' l1l'iw 'illl'v'l" Hlll' llll'llllll'lll4 'iQ lim xxliu lii 4 5 l . -ig lil-l in-rl Us In iw im-ii giiirl mum-ii whim limlg In ilu llllllll I with liwlw :incl Sllll'l'l'llX' -1I'lii-girl. llc will cu-1' lu Illll lu gn-zilci' spiriluxil liirrimm. . -QL ik REVEREND CHARLES P MCGARRY Diocesan Supcrmtcndcnl of Schools Qi Our supermtendcnt and hls 195181111 hive based on sound Chrnbtmn prlnuplu M 457zf,W.ffz12fz:z2'fzAf gala? a am znkkcfuafkvekhmenf REVEREND JOHN J CLARK Assxstant Supcrmtenden! of Schools ? I shown us the way to greater mental achievements O ' I O - . 4 6, 4 475552 zwla 0:21115 fa he as fflflfkf-Jefzxlexlm N? REV JOHN B OTOOLE REV JOSEPH I' MCGARVEY Spiritual Drrector of Blessed Vxrgm Sodaluty Spxrulual Director of Holy Name Socuty Instructor Latm I ll and Advanced Latm SISTER MARTHA MARY OP Principal Q 'Q View ,,, - 16 an 'S 'we A' -'Nffnqq - 8 . ammMnwmvmmwQqfAQwz.. N1 If gy uv' rig QEAD I- THE SENIOR OFFICERS John Shields, President: Malnrice Keegan, Vice-Prmidenlg Dolores Cleary, Secretary, and James Gurchick, Treasurer, show great interest in the cap, the gown, the diploma and the ring which are indicative of all those ideals dear to the heart of a graduate. MARILYN ELIZABETH ALTON Marilyn 178 Hughes Avenue, Gloucester Punylz St Marys Gloucester Southern Belle Bop Expert Vin mm. W lys ldnzlzu Maryan Stuff 4 Sodahty 14 lon Club S4 Clee Club 14 Sc 1 Play 44 Prom Commtttec 3, Basketball 1 Softball l 4 Freshman and Sophomore years ln St Mary s Mlaml .0 MICHAEL ANGELASTRO Angie 320 Driscoll Avenue, Woodbury Parzvh St Patricks Woodbury Super Duper Outspokcn Qulck Tempered flrtzvztzes Holy Name Soclety 14 MISSION Club 1 4 French Club 2 Spamsh Club 2 4 4 Prom Commlttee 3 JV Football 12 Narslty .S 4 Baseball 124, Track 3 4 FRANCIS R BARRY Frank 80 Maple Street, Woodbury Pansh St Patricks Woodbury Sports Wrxter Shteyyd Easy Gom Rocker flrtzvzlzer MZIFNSCFIIHI Staff K Holy Name Soclety 1 4 Acoly te 1 4 MISSION Club 1 4 French Club 3 School Play 4 Prom Com mlttee 3 Baseball 2 4 I0 i , H EUGENE ANDREAS Gene 5 Skylark Lane, Audubon Park Pamh Holy Matermty Audubon Industrnous Cood N itured C xshlcr Actzvztzcs Maryan Business Staff 4 Mary script Busmess Staff 3 Holy Name Society 4 Mxssxon Club 24 French Club 23 School Play 34 Prom Commlttte 3 JN Football 3 Freshman yur ln St Josephs Camden JOAN M BATEMAN .lam 603 Monmouth Street Gloucester Parzvh St Marys Gloucester Letter Wrxter Comncal Frxenflly Artwztxrr Maryan Staff 4 Soclahty '44 Mmmn Club 1 4 Spamsh Club 2 4 Span rsh Club Treasurer 3 Clee Club 2 4 Drum K Bu le Corps 12 School Play 34, Prom Committee 3 Art Club 4 ff ' ll . .' , , cr -H , X'- A, - I 'I .1-: I -.K Q 3 ' -v - Q Miss' ' .. 5 1 - 3 hocl ' ' 5 Q I .-I Q' " ' . , . If If t I 1. 'v ifyyr ' 1 -.'z 13" me -n . 5 ' . . -- ' . 1 1 - - , ,, .5 t 1. - -,lm . -,- . 4 'l . I A . , . . , A -51' '-V-: ' . 'I Q 'S I, Glee Club 45 Latin Club 1.25 School Play 1" 1 5 1 -1 - f ' yx f . . L 1 5, 'V 1: I yy 1' 3 -Q It t I ff Il . , .5 Y ' - 1 ,, 'rr ,, ll , 'I 5 .' - 1. 3 -: - -s ' -9 'J - 5 -. ff 'DI Y 'A -. l J-Y 5 . nr. .K .- - . ,V 5 g at , -5 , -G ' 'L .51 , -5 V ' 2 - vl ,l-1' Mk,..f'?"' .5. . 4 of 5' l SUZANNE BELL Sue 112 Washington Terrace Audubon Parnh St Rose of Irma Hicldon Hts IA m I omg. Btskctbtll Stu Xlu 'us Smlllng. 1 tr :In Student Counul Muxscupt S 1 24 Sodwlltx 1 4 Mlssxon Club 2 4 nch Club 4 S lc-mc Klub 4 Q C 24 Irtm Committee 3 B1skctb'1ll 14 Sottblll 1 5 Hocku 4 lfrcshman utr .xt Audubon Hugh HELEN MARY BRENNAN Woodsie 1014 Browning Lane, Crescent Park Parish: knnunciition Bcllmawr l"'u'k Prctty Fycs . . . jivc Quccn , . . Iopul'u' Arti'uilirx: Cl'1ss President 12' Sccrmhry . ' Student Council Secretary 4' M1ry:cript Staff 2 Co-cditor 3' M1ry1n Busincss Mm- 1Lcr 4' C1tcchctic'1l Worker 3.-1' Mission Club l-4: Smnish Club 2,3 Yicc-I rt-sidcnt 33 School Play 35 Prom Commitlcc .45 Bus- kctball l. CHARLES A BOLLMANN Cha! 517 Bergen Street, Gloucester Parzsh St Marx s Gloucester Rclnblc Latm Whu Stull Cut lfflllllft Clftss Trcisurcl 3 Hob Name Soclctx 14 Acobtc 1 4 Mtssmn Club 3 4 Prcnch Club 4 Glcc Club 4 Prom Com cc K Football 12 Ihsltctbrll l 2 B1 ball 17 Track 174 Freshman 1nd Sopho more tears were spent 'lt St Chtrlc lion romeo Balttmorc MARIE BOYLE Rxcky 408 N Broadway Gloucester Parzsh St Mans Glouccstcr Dmmattc Sharp Dre ser S 1 t lrtrvztrcv Sodmlltx 1 4 MISSION Club 2 4 Smmsh Club 2 4 Glcc Club 24 Drum 8 Bugle Corps 1 4 School Plat 4 Prom Com mlttee 3 JOAN M BERNARD Joan 23 N Johnson Blvd Gloucester Pamh St M1rxs Glouccstu Pun Ioxmt. liucltr H utx lt 1 r ztztzcs So lalttw Xue Prtltc MISSION Club 1 4 Spxmsh Club Z 4 Drum 1 liuglc Corps l 4 ll Clul l 4 Stu Clu 4 School Plu 34 Irom Lomnuttu. 3 Basketball 1 Ilocluy 4 JAMES CALLAHAN ll 12 Lake Avenue, Swedesboro Parish St Josephs Swcdesboro C 1su1l Silent Ty pc Essay lst Arlrvfiwr Class President 2 Student Coun ul Rcprtsentatnc 3 President 4 Hob Name Souttx 4 Mission Club 14 Ifrcnch Club Prcsldtnt 4 Xarsity Football 2 34, Track 2 CAROL L CHEESMAN Carol 241 Center Avenue, Mt Ephraim Pnrzxh Sacred Heart Mt l:,phr'um HELEN F CARPINELLI Helen 16 Whippoorwlll Way, Audubon Park Parzsh Sxerul Heart Mt Pphrnm Studlous Re trxtd l' fllmunt flf mmm Min tnpt St iff 2 Co editor 1 Marian St iff C 0 editor 4 Sodilltx 7 4 Mis sion Club 1 4 Xiu President 4 Prtmb C lub Scntntc Club 4 Glec Club 7 4 Sm 4 -0.49 4 f MY Miss Prim little One C ood Piland Artrtzfzm M1 sion Club 1 4 Smnlsh tlub 4 Glee Q ub 4 School Play Z4 rom Committee 4 DOLORES CLEARY Doe 832 E Brown Street Gloucester Pnrzxh St Marxs Cloutesttr Miss Ptrsonalxtx Good Chttrlcadtr Modal Artwzlzrv Student Council Representitnc 2 M'1rxscrxpt Staff K4 Marxann Staff 4 So dallts 14 Treasurer 4 Mission Club 14 Spanish Club 2? Glcc Club Z-1 School Plax 3 Prom Committee 5 Chttrlcider 1 2 4 Phx 1 Prom Committee K lxbrnrx Worlt SALLY GENEVIEVE CONBOY Sally Lake Avenue National Park Parish: St. Matthew s, Nhtionwl P'u'k Our Cal Sal . , . Hmils from Gods Country . . . Easy-Coing Afli1'itir's: Citechetical Worker 1' Sodwlity 3.45 Mission Club 1-41 Spanish Club 2,35 Glce Club 2,4g School Play 3,4. f'l REGINA MARIE COSTELLO Rcgma 1086 Merrimac Road, Fairview Paruh St joan of Arc Furutvx Soft Spolttn Light Hearted 1. s tclwztnu Mission Club 14 French Club 4 Drum K Bugle Corps 2 ANNA MAE G DeSOI Ann 657 Cherry Street, Woodbury Parish: St. Patricks Woodbury Thoughtful . . . Dimples . . . Seamstress Arti'uilies.' Maryan Staff 45 Mission Club 1-43 Spanish Club 2,33 Glec Club 43 Drum H Bugle Corps 1,25 Prom Committee 3. JOHN DEEHAN Johnny Good Intent Road, Almonesson Pamh St Patricks Woodbury Whistler Suaxe Rock n Roll Chief lclnmrr Marxan Staff 4 Holy Name So cietx 4 Mission Club I -1 lfrcnch Club 2 1 Glee Club 4 School Plax 3 Plum Com mittee 3 Basketball Manager 3 JOAN B DERRY Irma 21 Third Avenue, Brooklawn Parish: St. Maurice Brooklawn My Friend Irma . . . Hilarious . . . '.'- pressive Eyes Acti'Litie.v.' Catechetical Worker 4' Soclwlity 3' Mission Club 1-4' Spanish Club 2-4' Glee Club 23' School Play 34. EDWARD J CUNEO Eddie 4 Wren Road Audubon Park Pansh Holt Maternltv Audubon Lean and Lmln H1 P1 Fiend Talker Actwzlzes Marxscript Staff Z Holv 'Slime SOCICIN 4 Mission Club 2 4 Spanish Club 123 Student Council 1 Parrot Staff 1 Basketball 1 Track 1 Freshman year at Audubon 'hgh AGNES E DICKERSON 1487 S Tenth Street, Camden Purnh Sftcred He1rt Camden Sparkling. Ptriontlitx Cutot Top Blusher trlxulzm Clxsx T101 um Z Mqrx 'ln Steiff x lon J 7 Spims Cum it xsurtx 7 hu Ptulrltnt 4 Glcc Clu 2 um X Bu t ms or ' Prtshmxn xtru nt C.1mtltn Ill h FRANCIS DONNELLY Frank Cedar Avenue Westville Grove Puuxh St Annts Wutxllle 'Xuxconicr Nmmblc Polite lrfzzztux Holx N'll'l'lL Socictx 14 N11 mn Ll b 4 Southewt Citholit Pntblmnn S0'JilOm0lL Junior XC'llh THERESA G. DOUGHERTY Terry 12 Carter Avenue, Crescent Park Parixh: Annunciation Crescent Pirk Slrirp Dancer . . . Terrific Personwlity . . . Colle c-bound .A1rtivili1's: Student Council Rtp1'e::11t'1tix'c ' 'tryscript Stiff 1-. ' IN Arya S at ' C'1techetit"1l VN orkcr 3,-1' Migsion Club l--1' 'mish Club -.." lmml Ply' ' Ir 11 Committee 3' JN. Busketbwll 1. X JANET C DnGIACOMO an 104 Washington Terrace Audubon Pamh St RoQe ot Llml Hulmlon Hu Populir Lau h Depcntlxblt L1 L abc ldztztzrs Student Council Rtpu tntitue 'I'1rx 'tn Stiff 4 Mu o 1 -1 Spanish Klub 7 lu ctrt 2 Sthool Plat a Prom Committee 3 Hotltu Minactt 4 MARTIN DOWNEY QeDoWn!J 28 Thompson Avenue, Gloucester Pl'H'lS1l.' St. Mzu'y's, Gloucester Essnyist . . . Conservative . . . "Bubble- Gummer' Arti1'itie'x.' Maryscript Stuff 2g lloly Name Socicty 1--13 Mission Club 1-4: French Club 35 Glee Club 45 Prom Committee .Eg Choir 3,-1. LEO B DUBLER Dube 462 Mercer Street Gloucester Parnh St M1rxQ Gloucc-Qtcr -Xnetur Min Ilnstorx W h1z Coniutn tloue lrtnmrr M nrwcrxpt Staff 74 Hob Namc uh 14 colxtt IN Q Prcnch Club 1 I um Club 7 School Phu THERESA FLAGG Trese 835 Paul Street, Gloucester nth St Mtn N Clouu tu Qunt Solt Spolttn x 1111141 boclllltx 1 4 Nllx lon Cll J 1 c Club 54 Drum A Bu c Lorp Sthool Pln 4 Irom Commuuc 4 I GERALD DUNN er 504 Mercer Street Gloucester famh St Mans Glouccstnr B ultctbill Canon Tlppcr lob c Councll Rcprcxnntatnc 4 Muxicxxpt Z Hot 'Nimc Soclctx 1 4 MIQNIQIH Club 1 1 Prcnch Club 7 3 Scuncc Llub 2 Glu Club 1 ub S ol ' x 4 Il Commutcc 4 Football 1 S Basltclblll 14 Baicball 1 74 WILLIAM H FARRELL B: 421 Ridgeway Street Gloucester Purnh St Marte Glouccltr Claim Druicr Sllcnt Txpc 'Nxcc Smile lr: mm I-Iolx 'Name Socutx 4 Acwlxtt 1 4 MISSION Club 2 4 Spamsb Club 12 Glec Club 4 School Plat 4 lrom Com mlttcc .3 Bzwltctball 17 MADELINE M DUFF Mad 7 Central Avenue, National Parlt lavish St M1tlbux s 'Nlllonll I ult Prom Quun Intl Doll l ako Art111ru'x Sludcnt Counul Rqmstntluvo 4 Nhrmn Stuff 4 NIISNIOII Club 1 4 bpm lb Drum 8. Hu,.lL Corp 1 lrom Cm mnutlcc K QQ ll- J ,' Q , .'. ', ' 1 Y. 4, .5 1 ' -g':- ish Cll 2-4. Secretary 4g Glu' Club 1-.ig - ' 1'-' sq' 'r is . "K If . th xg- : sl' Cf. 1, Y '.'.l ' I -l V- 'lil' ul an .f ' l..,.Q ' v Soc",' - IA' j ' 1-4: lision Club 1-4: ' -' - ' Q'-V - ' ' LZAI' 83 'V 13' 1 ...I. " ...lll ' 49 prom Commiucc 35 Science Club 4. .-lrfizdlivs: Class Yicc-Prcsidcnl .ig Sturll-nt ' 5' " 3 . " .5 A . lj . ' Q V 3 ' -5: . i . W: .. . Q U . V , 4: Latil Cl 23 cho Ilaj 3. 1 "om A , ' -5 ' --5 ' 2 - : 1 ' . ,.., . 'A -V l !' . 1 v' A ,L n' ff 'lili 1 .- f'1"'.'.' I' 2 . ch'- --: ' ' - : ' , 4 . . , , 1 4 ' v Y ' Z -' ' 1-- C w A , A, tr, lf !l Pu .' C. A 1 "5 " AMW' ' - Q . ll 1-43 Clc ., 5 I " gl- ' 5 .ig . ,. . 1 ' ,, .. , .. RICHARD J FLECK Dick 121 Crescent Avenue, Woodbury Parzsh St Patrxcks Woodburx -Xctor Clcur Rock n Roll lun Artruztzrv Holv Name Souetv 4 MISSION Club 14 French Club l Glec Club 24 Latin Club 12 School Plu 4 Prom Com m ee 3 Trxd 4 WILSON F GARTNER Woodbury Henghts Parrsh St Patricks Woodburv Scholarly Business Man Precxs Actzvztzes Class X71CC Plesxdent 1 Mary scrxpt Staff Busmess Manager 1 Mtrxan Staff Busmcss Manager 4 Holy Name So cletw 4 Mlsslon Club 14 Treasurer 44 French Club 3 Science Club 2 Plcslclcnt 4 Prom C0mmltlCC 3 GEORGE GIBISON Gxbo 610 Newton Avenue, Oalclyn Pamh St Alox slus Oaltlyn Crooncr Smooth Handsome Aftruztzes Class Preslclent 1 Stuclcnt Coun cll Representatlve 1 MISSION Club 234 French Club 2 Glce Club 1 3 Football 1 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 14 Ileshmwn xcar at Oaltlyn Public H1 h JANE M FRUGOLI .lame 127 Lehxgh Avenue, Gloucester Heights Parzsh St Marx s Clouccstmr Canine Loser Nurses -Md Ilelsant Spanxsh Club 2 3 Glec Club 4 School Play THOMAS F GIBISON Tom 610 Newton Avenue, Oaklyn Parzvh St Aloxsxus Oaltlxn Wlttx Good Nature-d lndepenclcnt Actwztzrx Holx 'Name Souetx 2 4, Spanish Club 2, Secretarx K, School Plax 4, JX Football Z, Mlrsntx 3,4, Xarsxtw Baseball 2 4 Freshman year at Oaklyn Publlc Hugh ll ' I! ' . ' -' v C K ., ll .. v v1 " Y, - : - .z - , z 15 1,' 5 - itt 9 :xi . W1-6157 - 2 4 52 lsls 4 or 4 , , ' 5 ks Y x Q! ' I! . . 1 U ., 1 H ' n ' v ' . -V ' I . 4. 134 Glassbow Avenue .lfzittizim Sodality 1-45 Mission cum 1-4: , 5 4 " ' .- . , 4. . A . " 1 .5 1 j . 5 .' - ' 5 9 ' ' -, . A Q. 1 4 ' , " ' 9 H ' .U , T " : , ' g v - : : 4 -- s - - Q Q g . - . f' . ,' . Y , . .0 ,, . , ff 57 . .' . . ,' . ,, Q ' A' PATRICIA E GILMORE dl 3205 Alabama Road Fanrvxew Parish St J0'1n of Arc Furucu Chwttcr Box Woman Drner Calm ALICE MARIE GREEN Actxzvzlwr Sodalxtv 14 MISSION Club 14 -41"-'e ELEANOR B. GOLDSCHMIDT NEI!! 2 So. Harley Avenue, Gloucester Pansh St Marys Gloucester Txppv Toes Natural Permanent Wave Persevennfz Actrvxtzrs Marxan Staff 4 Catechetlcql Worker 24 Sodahty 14 Mlsslon Club 14 Spanish Club 23 Glee Club 24 School Play 3 4 Prom Commxttee 3 French club 4 Glee Club 7 4 Prom Com 322 So F-frh Street, Gloucester mmm 3 Pansh St Mans Gloucester MALCOLM P HAGAN Mn 400 New Jersey Road Broolrlawn Parzsh St Miurlce Brookhnn Tx pncal Extra Pomt Man Prcckles Actzwtzes Marxan Staff 4 Holx 'Mme So cletv 4 MISSIOD Club 1 4 Spam h Club 2 Science Club l Latm Club I School Plax 3 Prom Commlttee K JN Footbwll I2 XBFSIIN 34 JN Basketball 12 Xarsxtx 14 Baseball 4 Track 34 Faxr play Pepsi Cola Kld ar Gazer Actwztxcs Catechetlcal Worker 4 Sodahtx 14 Mission Club 14 Spamsh Club 23 Glee Club 14 JAMES S GURCHICK Gurch 939 Paul Street Gloucester Punsh St Marys Gloucester Artist Hunter Everxones Frlcncl Arlwztzcs Class V1cePres1dent 3 Class Treasurer 4 Holx Name Socletx 1 4 Tre'1s urer 4 MISSION Club 1 4 French Club 3 Glee Club 4 School Phy 3 Prom Com mittee 3 Art Club 4 5 I7 MARY ELIZABETH HALPHEN Mary 914 Hudson Street, Gloucester Pansh St Marys Gloucester Sensible Grateful Good Worker Artrvzlxes Marvscnpt Staff 3 Sodality 1 4 Mission Club 14 Spanish Club 2 4 Glee Club 2 4 Science Club 4 Drum 8: Bugle Corps 1 4 School Play 3 Prom Committee 3 Hockey 4 PATRICIA MARIE HANSEN at 431 Delsea Drive, Weswxlle Pansh St Annes Westville Home Coming Queen Personality Plus Well Liked Aclzvztzex Class Secretary 3 Marvan Staff 4 Mission Club 14 Spanish Club 23 Glee Club 2 4 School Play 3 4 Prom Com mittee 3 Cheerleader 1 4 DANIEL E HAURY Dan Fifth and Delaware Avenues, National Park Pansh St Matthews National Park Curly Locks Hot Convertible Blusher Actzvznes Holy Name Soclety 4 Acolyte 1 3 Mission Club 1 4 Glee Club 4 School Play 4 Prom Committee 3 Track JOAN F HAMMOND 229 Phillips Street Magnolia Parzsh St Gregory s Magnolia Typical Friendly Recruit from Wildwood Aclruztzes Locker Md 3 Annscrrpt Staff I Catechetlcal Worker 4 Glee Club 2 4 Latin Club 2 JV Basketballl Varsity Z4 Soph omore and Junior years at Wildwood Cath o ic RONALD L. HEPKIN Hep 303 Paris Avenue, Brooklawn Parish: St. Maurice Brooklawn Serious-Minded . . . Shoe Boy . . . Con- siderate. Activities: Maryan Staff 45 Holy Name So- ciety l-4g Mission Club 1-4, Spanish Club 25 Science Club lg School Play 35 Prom Committee SQ Baseball 33 Track 4. MARGARET HOUSTON Margaret Hlghland Avenue East Woodbury Parnh St Patrxclts Woodbury Poised Camble Stx le Conscious Arlxvxlmr Sodalltx 2 Mlssxon Club Xrce President 4 Mxssnon Club 1 4, I'rench Club 3 Prom Committee 3 in ELIZABETH A KAMINSKI Betty Anne 30 Swarthmore Avenue Gloucester Hts Parzrh St Mans Gloucester Peaches and Cream Complexion Soclable Essaust Arlruxlzes Marwan Staff 4 Sodahty 14 Mission Club 14 Spamsh Club 2 4 Glcc Club 24 School Play 34 Prom Commlt tee 3 JOAN JACOBS Joan 81 Chestnut Street, Woodbury Parzsh St Patricks Woodburx Sophisticated Scholar FSS3NlSl 4rt1'ut1ev Marxscrlpt Staff 2 Sodahtx 2 Mxsslon Club 1 4 Secretary 4 I-reneh Club Secretary 3 Sclence Club 4 Prom Com mxttee 3 BERNADETTE JOY Bern 13 Temple Avenue, Gloucester Hexghts Parzxh St Marys Gloucester Majorettc Beautiful Halr Gax Arn-uztxes Sodallty 14 MISSION Club 1 2 French Club 3 Glee Club 124 Drum 81 Bugle Corps I 4, School Play 3 Prom Com nuttee 3 JAMES HOWARD nn 408 Cumberland Street, Gloucester Parzsh Sl Marx v flourestrr Chauffeur Wnlhng Worker Good Dlsposntlon Artrwlzev Hob 'Name Socnctw 14 Mrssnon C 14 French Club I ilce Club 4 School Plax 3 Prom Committee 3 Football 23 Narsltv 4 Track 2 ldi- VICTOR L KAMINSKI nc 847 Monmouth Street, Gloucester Parish St Mary s, Gloucester Kadxllac Kld Blondre Snazzy Dresser Actzwtzes Maryan Staff 4 Holy Name So cxety 4 Mlsslon Club 1 4 Spamsh Club 2 Sclence Club 1 Glee Club 4 Latm Club 1 School Play 34 Track 34 JANE A KEEBLER Coolue 416 Hunter Street Gloucester Pansh St Marys Gloucester Jxtterbug Class Clown Glgfzlcr Spamsh Club 2 4 Glee Club 2 4 Drum 8 Bugle Corps 1 2 School Play 4 Prom Com mlttee 3 JV Cheerleader 2 MAURICE JOHN E KEEGAN Blue Eyes Ewen, N Parzsh St Brldgets Glassboro Co Captaln Popular Blue Eyes Actruztzes Class Vnce President 4 Student Councxl Representatlve 4 Maryan Staff 4 Holy Name Socxetv 1 4 Pres1dent4 Mlssxon Club 14 Glee Club 2 4 Latm Club 1 School Play 3 4 Prom Commlttee 3 Varsity Football 1 4 J V Basketball 1 2 Track 2 4 HELEN M KEATING Helen 101 Balrcl Avenue, Mt Ephralm Parzxh Sacred Heart Mt Ephralm Alwavs There Anxious to Please 68 Bus Traveler Aclwztzes Sodalltv 14 Mlssxon Club 2 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 Glee Club 4 School Play ORA JOAN KOENIG Cmdy 308 Hunter Street, Gloucester Parish St Marys Gloucester Responsnble Sincere Tea Lover Actwztzes Maryan Staff 4 Sodallty Mlsslon Club 1 2 Treasurer 3 4 French Club 3 Drum Sz Bugle Corps 1 2 UV' il . ' , H ' ' D ' . .. : 3 A - ? 'S 2 Q Q S ,S 1- Il Il .' , . . ll '!, H H' . . . I ' I , : .' -3 . . -5 . . , ' . . . . , 77 1 ' ' 314- Acti'vitirs.' Sodality 1-45 Mission Club 1-43 ' -9 -9 ' ,S S ' I 5 .. . lf 1 X ip! ff I, . ' . , . . , . .. : . A . S I 1 . '- S 'S 'S 5 1? -9 - 'S -- ' ,S ' '- r IQ ' I! . , , . . , . .. : Q . 3,42 1. 19 S v- lima 91 WILLIAM J KURTH Hurff 911 Koehler Street Gloucester Pamh St Marys Gloucester Serxous Quxet x Actrutrex Holx Name SOCILIX 4 -Xeolwte Glcc Club 4 Baseball 1 Track Z ESTHER C MACKEY Esther 174 Gehrxg Avenue, Gloucester Parzvh St Marx Gloucester Pleasmf: Personalltx Long, Tresses Naxy Rooter flrlzvxtzfs Nhrmn Staff 4 Mnssnon Club 34 French Club 1, Prom Committee 4, Orchestra 1,2 Freshman and Sophomore tears at West Catholuc Glrls' Hngh, Ph1la delphla WILLIAM H LAFFERTY Market Street and Park Avenue, Gloucester Parish Sacred Heart Mt Izphraxm Good Sport NICE Looking., Slow but Sure 4Cfl'U1flPX Class Treasurer 2 Class Presldent 3 Student Councxl 4 Holy Name Society 4 MISSIOD Club 1 4 French Club 3 Football 2 4 Track 3 Prom Commxttee 3 MOYA LYNCH Moya 55 N Evergreen Avenue Woodbury Parzsh St Patricks Woodburx ulet Cute Wlstful Actrvztzes Mlsslon Club 1 3 Reporter 4 Spamsh Club 2 4 Glcc Club 13 School Play 3 Prom Commxttee 3 Ny? 'wmv LEONARD L LACOVARA Lenny 210 Paris Avenue, Broolclawn Pamh St Maunce Brooklawn Bly: erm Small but Mnzhtx Hustler Arlzvmrs Class Presldent 3 Margan Staff Collector 4 Holy Name Socletw 14 JV Football I Xarsltx Z 4 Xarslty Basketball 14 JN Baseball 12 Narslty 34 Track lvl re n . . , . . . Y 5 .' A .' ' 1 - - ' ' ' . - . 1 ' . . Y , I , ' . r r, ' . r - , . . ., ' r. , 4 sg . Q1 . . if , ' ' -1 1 4 -35, - Q.: A , -. V,-,Q - A 'ruff' i ... I 'A M' 3. N tk W, , A r -1 'A '1 3' , 'if' .3 ' , ' - " If 'i -f,,.u 1 ? 3" , 1 .1 . . 5? - .X 'B sig' 't 1 f 1151 Q L Z.L's.-1 ,HEQH ss- , . ' 7 ff ll I '- Q 1' y 3 . . . , , ','. '. rr an , . . , , . . Lqff . U . 4 - , . V 1-45 5 5 ." . .' , . '- .. .. Y KA . .' Q .. . 5 1 - 1 349, 5 . . . kv - - ' 51 ., 1 - 1 911,37 ' 1 1 - ff YI ' 1 . . . I, V - '- 1 1 ' 1 r 1 , . 1 f - 1 of an . , , . .' . 'S. .: Y' . . . ' . . . . . ' .' . . 3 3: . , . - r ' in Y, L WILLIAM MAGEE Gig 127 Snyder Avenue Westville P1r1xh St Xnn1 S W1 tulle C 11m C11ll11t11r ll11lthy -Xpp1t1t1 C 1n1 mu'- 11'11I11x lll'll'XSl'I'llll Stiff 7 Hob Xllllt S 111 tx 1 4 lVllSNl0l'l Club I 4 l'I'Cl'ltll ub S rom Ollllllllltt K Poo Q1 l1 S fr-..., WIKI' 22 iw-rv' JOSEPH McCULLOUGH oe 632 Market Street, Gloucester Pamh St Mlrxs Glou11Qter 111 9 x mc n111tx w11l1nt 4 X111lxte 1 4 lVllSSlllI'l Club l 4 I'11n1h Club 7K C111 Club I 4 L'1t1n ub Q I r ommxttet l J X uotblll lhslut ll nl cr Q Trtult 2 4 VIRGILJ McGOUGH Vxrg 204 Grant Street Crescent Pk Parzxh Xnnun111t11m Btllmemr R ultr Cux 4 IS Crux Cut 1 1 1 x 1 1 tk 1 x Q 1 ur1r X 0 x 1 1 M1 sum Club Sptmsh Club 4 Stllllll Pln 4 Prom Com rn LL 3 rm Pool 1 4 B'1sl.1tJ1 Nlxnt 1r 4 Trlrlt 4 Freehmm '1n1l Soph om11r1 xelr lt Xoxth C'1thol11 H1 h Phlla d1lph1a 13""' 'bs-4' JOSEPH E lVlcCANN oe 509 Nicholson Road Gloucester Hts 11nvl1 St Mrux u11 Pr'11t1r'xl Jolur Hunt1r Nltt lxlcl 1 zzzfzrx ylx 1m1 11111 x X111 x 1 Qsmn u 1 Sp ll'llN u 1 S 11nce Club 1 Sllltllll Pln 4 PIUIU Com MARIANNE McGOVERN Govne 207 Kung Street Gloucester P11r1xh St Mwrx Q CloufeQt1r I rmou Iiu h Coml Dtncer l1x1lx zuzfzrv S cnlltx 1 , ll won pamih Club 2 4. Cflte Club 2 4, Drum 8 Bufrle Corpe 1 4, S1hool l'l.1x 3 .. 1 ' 1 " ' - -' '-Q " ' 1' " Q ' 1.1 .... . , . E I i ,L Lk Q Q . ' ' ' 1 - ' ' ' - eeue 1 1 i 1- - 3 3 A 5 ,l't'.- . ' .1 .5 .' .': 2 ' .Q P C ' -- .3 JN. ' tbzull 2. A ' A I 4 A . ' ff -A , L C 7 PYJ. IP 4 V 1 O Y . P '. .' . .',"S, Glu '-sts-1' ' so S "J " Ht 5 'N1 - S 41 .1 11,-11 N 1,25 Cll 1-4: Q: 'fh Cll 23 -. : . 1 1"' 3 aj . 3 ' - 1 ' Szllesmzln . . . Good Mixer . . . Worker mittee 33 Truck 4. A 'l'1"lir. .' Holj Nil - S "- V' 1-4. Yice- Pref' - 3 n ' j - 3 - 3 ' -,. 3 I 1' A 3 . ' Cl 2.35 f,I'CllC,ll'2l l-.lg School Play 3.4: ' om C ' '.3 F 1 lg 15'-lzll Mn au' 4g ,l.Y. Bz1.1'b:1ll 1, Varsity 2-4g F ' S ' y . 41 ,1 h . K . W rr - n ky,k. 1 . , . - iv , . " 1 1 1-g 1 , g . . , ff 2" Bt: . . . A- - ' 1 .-l1't'1"1irx.' H wlj N. n e S 1 'i -tj 1-4 3 Clues 311' Tre: s ' .lg .- C ljt- lf. 3 1 43 itt -1 . 1 Ya st' ' bz ll 3 .3 ' - l 1 ll - . z zu- 3 1 ' 3. . , 1 . . - h -jzsz . " '11, "f A 'di X ' . S 1 R . fr ' u . . 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A ' N ' ' - ' ' CORNELIUS McINTYRE Nell Delsea Drrve New Sharon Pansh St Patrrclts Woodburv Farmer Hot Rod B151 Smlle Artnmrs Holy lNamc Socxetv 4 Mnssxon Club 1 4 French Club 3 Glee Club 4 Foot ball 34 Track 2.3 Prom Commlttcc 3 KATHRYN REGINA MORRISSEY "Kan" 23 Chestnut Street, Audubon Pansh St Rose of Lima, Haddon Heights Red Head Actwmes Class Treasurer 2, Maryscrxpt Staff Busxness Manager 3, Sodallty 1 4, MISSION Club l 4, French Club Z, 3, School Play 3, 4, Prom Committee 3 Accurate Intellxgent EUGENE W MILLER 233 Delsea Drive Westville Hughxe Pansh St Annes Westvllle Good Looltmg Athlete Terniic Dancer Actwztzes Maryan Staff 4 Holy Name So clety 4 Mtssxon Club 34 French Club Z Glee Club 4 Latm Club I 2 Football l 3 4 Basketball 1 4 Baseball 4 Track 2 Prom Commxttee 3 EDWARD MORRISON 932 Somerset Street, Gloucester Pansh St Marys Gloucester Jester Cool Jltterbug Norsv Actwxhes Holy Name Socletv 1 3 Prefect 4 Acolyte 1 4 Mnssxon Club 2 4 French Club 23 Glee Club 4 Latm Club 2 Prom Committee 3 Orchestra 1 Football Man ager I 4 ROBERT MEIS Bo 109 DuBois Avenue, Woodbury Pansh St Patncks Woodburv Car Trouble Nxce to Know Good Fnend Actwzlxes Holy blame Soclctv 4 MISSION Club 2 4 French Club 23 Sclcncc Club 3 Glee Club 3 Latm Club 2 Prom Com mlttee 3 l! bil . s . , , - - 1 . .' r V Q . ' 1 -1 - 1 1 1 ' vQ.:,.: ff, Q- ,X Xp at .. I t V' ".1,7 W" v,"-4, --1' --4 ' 1 I Ah 'I , ', , N-1 E.. 'MAIN' .55 1 "wipe fpaffe ax Ti' W' 1 rt. 1' - 1--Vw, 1 V h ,. .M 1 .. . ,-H, me -n 1 ' . ' .Y - - 1 . u 11 ' ' . . . . I v . H . . ' ' 1 . 1 1 9 ' ' rv ' n ' 1 1 1 1 ' . . ' ' - ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' t ' ' ' . , . ' ' . 1 A ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 l 1 I re n Ed ' . 1 . . , - . - 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 5 I I 3 ' HOWARD MUHLBAIER Howard Brldgeport Road, Swedeaboro Parzsh St Josephs Swedesboro Serxous Boys State Ambltxous Actzwtzes Maryscrlpt Staff 3 Maryan Staff Co edltor 4 Holy Name Soclety 4 Mxsslon Club 1 4 French Club 3, School Play 34 Prom Committee 3 JOHN ODONNELL Beans 409 Cumberland Street, Gloucester Parzsh St Marys Gloucester Mathematlcxan Intellectual Sclence Fxend Actrvztzes Maryan Staff 4 Holy Name So clety 2 4 Mlsslon Club 2 4 Spamsh Club 3 Scxence Club 3 Glee Club 4 School Play 3 Prom Committee 3 MARYANN ODONNELL Mar Red Bank Avenue, Thorofare Parzsh St Matthews Natlonal Park Happy Go Lucky Sports Enthusxast True Friend Actwzlzes Mlsslon Club l 4 Spanlsh Club 1 2 Presldent 3 Glee Club 2 4 Drum S. Bugle Corps 1 4 Captam 4 School Play 3 Prom Commxttee 3 JV Basketball 13 Varslty 4 JAMES A OBRIEN 0B:e 408 Monmouth Street, Gloucester Pansh St Marys Gloucester Photographer Cooperative Frecltlcs Actzvztzrs Marvscrlpt Staff 14 Maman Staff 4 Holy Name Socxetx 14 Acolxte 1 4 Mlsslon Club 1 4 French Club 3 Glee Club 4 School Play 4 Prom Commlttec 3 School Photographer 2 4 IX Basebmll 2 THOMAS A ODONNELL Fxsh 142 High Street Woodbury Parzsh St Patrlclts Wooclburv Promxslng Sports Reporter Smllcs All Around Guv Actwztzes Mlsslon Club 14 French Club 23 Glee Club 2 4 School Play 4 fa n . U , . . , . , .. 5 l ' 5 3 'l ' xl l 9 ev 1 'nr '. rl , . . ,, N U '- . 'v . 3 ,' 'IA ,' '. 7 . " . . ' - v 'v 'v -v ' ... , Q Q .Q ' . r -, .. 1 . A I. . 5 - -5 -9 , f 1 9 5 .L V S - X55 ii ,- ,..-.5 its s ee u . , , . . . , . v ', .' -Q -. S -S ' -Y 5 -C 5-- ' 'v fs I a ,L n-v ' lc 1 .. -. '.v . . , , .. , - -9 ' . -. f fe ar 1 - .K ufkgi of in GERALDINE PAGE Gerry 333 Hudson Street Gloucester Panvh St Min Gloucwttr '!',".-"" Chtcl leading Captain Sthool Splrlt ALICE A PHILLIPS Sweet Alrce .fll'l1'lllI!'Y Marvin Stuff 4 S'NlllllN 14 E New street' RFD gl Glassbvw MISSION Club 1 4 Splm lm Club 2 4 Gl Pdmh Sl Bfld Us Gllb INFO Club Comm 1 4 Sthool Pin 34 Prom Chwfful Real Nm G11 Em to Commxttec 4 Chccrlmdtr 1 4 Captun 4 knoll JOAN REMENTER ujodnu 215 Mxddlesex Street, Gloucester Paruh St Marx! Glouccstcr Drummcr VVtll lllxul joker lzfwzlm Sodnhtx 1 1, Sc-crchrx 4, Mrs sion Club 1 4, lfrtnch Club 73, Gltc Club 4, Drum 8 lluulc Corps 14, ,IX Basket blll 1, Xnrsm Hotltcx 4, Prom Cc-mmlt tee 3 llfflzztzrv MIS lon Club 1 4 Spmxsh Club 25 Glee Club 4 Prom Clmmntttc S MARGARET S PORCH Margxe 4 South Harley Avenue Gloucester Pamh St Marx s blouuslcr Hlslorx Whlz Rods Stuclmus :mn S cl.1l1tx14 LISIUII um 14 Spanish Club s bltc Club 4 Sthool Play 4 Prom Commxtttc 3 THOMAS JAMES PETTIGREW Tom 17 Centre Street, Westville Pamh St Anno Wtstxlllf' N :tn nal Cu ml Orllur I 4 ultr lrtz :hrs Class lruulcnt I Slurlmnt Qoun Cl XICC Pl'lNlClCl'1l 4 M rx crm! Sl lf 1rx an Stiff 4 I wlx 'Name S uctv H1012 MISSIIIHK ub14 l'ltn ommxltcc 3 JK l'o0tbllll 1' it -. KE if gggf A ' - - LV 1 5 X- ' of n X .4.. fz 'v 1 1 1 . . . 1 . . . ,': ' ,lrss 1 .f 'mf ' . : ' .. ' 3 C ' ' - K 1 X. . .. . . . ' I - 1 :1 js . Z1 31 .- M. -'z 1 1 lc Q fa - .o" ' 1-43 7 be Acllj , 3 'l - Q Ch Club 33 Glvr Club 2.43 School Play 3.4: Prum C A .3 a ,'r:'k3. .. ,, . 'T , v , ,,.N . : .. .,'s, 1- ,A', , ' A- ' ' ' f " . P' ' n I ' W 2 3 K -5 . A . . . , " . Q -Q 1 'g ' .3 00 .' . ll' f. 13 4 N . . 1 v 1 I V." N1 V ,., v 1 . ' . .' - Q 1 4 ' 1 S 1 2 ' .. PP ' ll -, ' rv s ' i '. . , .'. ' .,. ' ACPI" .' 'o ' - Q 115' Cl l - 3 . Ig ' ' g " ' 5 ' - ROSE PATRICIA RYAN Patty 1901 West High Street, Haddon Hts Iurnlz St Rosm ol limi Hicldon Hughts Dinur C ircfrte Xttltucle Txllter f Vlllltl S N sion Club S s 1 S4 x Clu Club Conctr 4 Blglxtllli rsitx Homl-tu 4 School Plxw 34 I1 C immittu 5 xx. BARBARA A SCHIAVO Barb 33 Crescent Avenue, Woodbury Iamlz St Pitmlxs Wofmdbuix Nc it Dresser Hot Chen Smppm Fxe l'lIfIfK Mau in St1ff4 Smclllltx 1 sion Club I 1 Spanish Club 24 Clee Club 2 4 Srhool Plu 34 Plom Committte 1 BARBARA SCHILLINGER Barb 17 Elm Place, Bellmawr Park Parish Al1I'll11'1tldll0l'l Bellmaxxr Park Chttrful Bisebill Pan WOff1SlJH1C Actzutzes Mission Club 14 French Club 25 blte Club 4 Prom Committee 5 LAWRENCE J SCHARLE Larry 1906 Wayne Avenue, Haddon Hts Parzfh Sicred Heart Mt Pphrum Manager Cooptritne 'Nice to lxnou Affz ztzrv Student Council Reprcsznhtne 4 Marxan Staff Collector 4 Holy Nimc Soclttx Prtftct 4 Mission Club 24 Clee Club 24 Football Mnnitcr 34 Sthool Play 34 Prom Committee I DOROTHY A. SHELDON Dot" 440 Chambers Avenue, Gloucester Parish: St. Marys, Cloucestnr Cheerleader . . . Winnin, Smile . . . Con- siderate Activities: Class President 2, Vice-President 3g Maryscript Staff 2.33 Maryam Staff 45 Sodality 1-4, Prefs-ct 43 Mission Club 1-45 Spanish Club 2.3,-1, Treasurer 45 Cvlee Club 2g School Play 35 Prom Committee 35 J.V. Cheerleader 25 Varsity 3,-1. JOHN SHIELDS Jack 614 Dclsea Drive Westville frnh Qt Xnnt X LNIXI t I mfnu Bisltttbill Mm Popular ALICE T SMITH I1 :lux Pre uit nt 4 Qtucltnt Cutn 141112 1ltStl1llllXt 1 lltlx 'X imt gout x 1720 37th SUNY, P9I1I1S3Uk9l1 1X ss on nb l'rtnc m Pumh St Ctulii Penn rulttn Prom Comnuttu X L it Blu her Dlnfvr Hlfmcllm X usitx 4 f I'LIfltX irutuu 1 Min in JOAN THORP Joan 15 Yale Avenue Gloucester Hts. Iarish: St. Mary': Gloucc:tcr Thoughtful . . . Talenttcl . . . Conyecnial .'lr1i'Lilie'.v.' Maryscript Staff 7' M1ry'1n Staff 43 Sodality 1-43 Mission Club 1.2. lresittnt .. 3 French Club 2: Gee C b gI.a' Club .lg Drum 8: Bugle Corps 43 School Play 35 Prom Committee 33 Orchestra 1,Z,3g 1.X'. Basketball 1, Varsity 2-4. 4 X s ion u 1 mimsh Club 7 4 Prom Committee 4 ,IX Lhcvrlcadcr THELMA THOMAS Thcl 34 Lehigh Avenue Westville with t Xnnt XXtstx1 L N in Bound Couxtaou n 1 S 1 1 1 X 'VI ss o 0 ub 4 Prom Comn LL r Club 4 MARY A SLAWTER Mary 213 Woodbine Avenue Westville ml: St Xnm s lmstxl t Sc hool Spirit 111 px C run us r ruins unt Couns ll wsu itcfhctu il XX orlttr 1 7 Mission Club 14 c C lub 7 ' x rom Com no 3 J X Chu Xars 'fa ROBERT F WAI KER Robert 124 Ardmore Street, Runnemede Pansh St Theresa Runnemede Trumpet Player Tall Guy Bow T1e Actrvmes Holy Name Soclety 1 4 Acolyte 1 4 Spanish Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 School Play 1 2 4 Prom Committee 3 Track ANN T WATERSTRADT Nancy 34 N Burlington Street Gloucester Parzsh St Marys Gloucester Steno Whiz Nlce to Know Attractive Activities Maryan Staff 4 Sodahty 14 MISSION Club 1 4 Spanish Club 3 Glee Club 2 4 School Play 4 Prom Committee 3 R, za N CHARLES K WELSH Ken 416 Powell Street Gloucester Parzsh St Marvs Gloucester Mischlevous Business Law Whll Happy go lucky Actrvztzes Holy blame Society 4 Mission Club 1 4 Spanish Club 2 Science Club 1 Glee Club 24 School Play 4 Prom Com mittee 3 Track 2 4 ua' X ALICE WALTERS Allce 331 Bergen Street, Gloucester Parzsh St Marys Gloucester Talkatlve Determined Witty Actzvzties Sodahty 14 Mission Club 23 French Club 3 EDNA D. WEST erEddyn 14 West Pine Street, Audubon Parish: St. Rose of Lima, Haddon Heights College Bound . . . Poetess . . . Attractive Activities: Class Secretary 25 Student Coun- cil Representative 3: Maryan Staff 43 Mis- sion Club 1-45 French Club 2,39 School Play 3,45 Prom Committee 3. WALLIS E WILKE Wally 235 Bergen Street, Gloucester Pansh St Marys Gloucester Tim Terrific Dresser Fun loung Adxwtzev Sodalltx 14 MISSION Club 1 4 Spamsh Z4 XICL Prcsxdtnt 3 Gltc Club 24 Drum 8 Bugle Corps l School Play 44 Prom Committee 3 JN Cheerleadr 2 Xarslty 34 ELIZABETH THERESA YOUNG Beth 18 Duncan Avenue, Westville Pamh St Annes, Westvllle Sharp Dancer Cute Dreamy Eyes Actwztzes Catechetxcal Worker 3,4, Sodalxty 2,3, Mxssmn Club 14, Spamsh Club 2 4, Glee Club 1,2, School Play 3,4, JV Cheer leader 1,2 ELIZABETH WOLF Belly 916 jersey Avenue, Gloucester Pamh St Mans Gloucester Sk1ter Qultt Helpful Arlruxtzes Marx an Staff 4 Sodalltx 1 MISSIKHH Club I 4 Spamsh Club 2 4 JUDITH ANN WUNDER WK 1231 Sylvan Avenue Haddon Hts Parzvh St Rose of Lxma Haddon Henght Artxst Sense of Humor Drummer Artzwlzes MBFXSCYIDI Staff Art Editor 3 MISSION Club 2 4 Spamsh Club 2 4 Glee Club Concert 4 Drum K Bugle Corps Captain of Drummers 2 4 J N Basketball 2 Xarsltw 34 Hockey 4 School Play 34 Prom Commlttee 3 EDWARD WILLIAMS 903 Somerset Street, Gloucester Pamh St Marys Clouttstcr Cla slcal Music Blushmr Hollmm Aclzwtzrs Class hu President I Prunlent 23 Sludtnt Council 4 Marun Stuff 4 Holy Name Socuty 1 4 Surctnrv 4 Mr-sion Club 14 l'rench Club Xue President 3 Pmno Soloist m Clem Klub Concert 4 l'1t1n Club l 2 School Play Z4 Irom Committee 3 Basebill 1 4 M592 W5 4 if MOST WELL INFORMED SCHOOL SPIRIT James Callahan Theresa Dougherty Mary Slawter Lawrence Scharle VIOST STUDIOUS Edward Williams Helen Carpmellx WITTIEST Patricia Ryan Edward Morrison ..,.-.4 XJ ne gm me fa MOST POPUI AR Patrxcla Hansen Maurice Keegan BEST LOOKING Madelxne Duff George Glblson OUTSTANDING LEADERS Charles Bollmann Helen Brennan i SL BEST DANCERS Jane Keebler Eugene Muller 9 y o o 0 lr? f: 'S' '1- L fi 'xx ' . . X ix ggj - I vi 9. A '21 - cg 9 n. . . wa Mdfffzmff Moya Lynch Nell SHARPEST D CLASS BLUSHERS john O Donnell Thel ma Thomas CUTEST McIntyre BEST ATHLETES RESSERS Sue Bell L Wallxs Wlllce William Laff eonarcl Lacovara erty i Q U 0 . 5 ,Q l - , 4 SBK 7 T" A xl Y' X 0 Ni W xg f mama ufzff 522019 have has! flaws. . . John O'Donncll conducts a Religion discussion with Seniors of Room 203. Left to right, front row: M. Downey, B. Schill- ing:-r, R. Fleck, J. Howard. Second row: H. Muhlbaier, J. McCullough, M. Slawter, T. Thomas, B. Joy, W. Magee. Third row: T. Pettigrew, E. Miller, N. McIntyre, A. Walter, J. Jacobs, J. Gurchick, J. Thorp. Edward Cuneo gives an Oscilloscope demonstration with picture graphs shown on board. Standing al left, J. Callahan, at the machine, H. Carpinelli and E. Cuneog looking at :he graphs, K. Morrissey, al right, E. Miller. Sealed, left row, starting with the first one in the row: N. McIntyre, J. O'Don- nell, R. Costello, J. Shields. Row at right: R. Meis, E. Andreas, E. Morrison, H. Mulhbaier. n , S 'Il l R , 5, I. l S. SISTER MARIE IMELDA O.P. Religion IV, English IV i Ja... Who said: "Ladies scream when they see skeletons." These fair maidens seem to be very much interested in them without any trace of fear. Left to right, Front: Bernard, M. Slawter, B. Joy, A. Walters. Back: B. Schillinger, J. Jacobs, M. Lynch, O. Koenig, S. Bell, P. Gilmore, E. Wolf. we ff 671240027 19 ie- we The principles of physics hold no terrors for these apt Seniors. Front, left tn riglll: W. Lafferty, Deehan, I.. Dubler, W. Magee. Back row: E. West, F. Donnelly, G. Dunn, O'Brien, W. Gartner, E. Willianxs. Q.- Sally Conboy, front riglzl, conducts a Business Law panel as fclockwisel A. Phillips, A. Green, M. Porch, J. Hammond, T. Dougherty, A. Smith, E. Mackey, and A. Watcrstradt look on with amused attention. Way ffsheai af sfzmffes cv 0 As thc students of the Senior English class prepare for discussion of the Elizabethan writers we find le I to right ron! M Keegan lx Welsh W Kurth Second row M Hagan T ODonnell D Haury Third run V McGough McCann M Lynch luurtll ron M Houston Bateman S Bell D Cleary and Bernard gathering, some last minute information Q, bfi. x...4r""" in fn. Hb- "- Y-. The Current Problems class solemnly peruscs the Senior Scholastic Magazine and appears to be reaching some very thought-provoking, conclusions. Front In back, urcmust row: . Kccbler, T. Flagg, J. DiGiacomo, E. Young, E. Goldschmidt. Ccnlcr ronf: C. Cheesman, T. Dougherty, H. Keating, Frugoli, R. Walker. Third row: M. Alton, M. Duff, A. Dickerson, S. Conlaoy. a hm: sg 5 Basic office duties and proce- dures along with machine skills give students the "know how" of business occupations and an un- derstanding of what goes on in an office. Calculating Machine Operators: left to right, M. Alton, A. Green, B.Schiavo. Mimeograph Operator - joan Bernard attaches a stencil for the job to be run. Direct Process Duplicator- M. O'Donnell prepares to duplicate a Job. A. DeSoi, A. Phillips, DiGiacomo, E. Kaminslci fla-ft to right across front of rumnl and P. Hansen and j. Frugoli in second aisle across know all too well the importance of getting the dictation and transcribing its accurately. 475555 SISTER ANN ELIZABETH, O.P. Business Subjects M. Porch seated at the Mimeoscope cuts a drawing on a stencil. af mils' 106216 2122771245 T. DOUGHERTY A. WATERSTRADT P. RYAN Many and varied are the daily duties of a secretary: filing, transcribing business letters, typing stencils, tak- ing dictation, keeping rec- ords, telephoning-but!-D. Sheldon encounters them all- with a smile. W ..,f.,.-14 BF.-t Q T-'eve' X me H. BRENNAN 5 is A E a , D. CLEARY fk G. PAGE T39 - .wr xi CENA' V 92 1 ferr Miss G. Whittington, our librarian, supervises thc cf- fnrts of ffvfl to riglitl F. Walter, W. Ferguson, M. O'Donncll, M. Scsszl, N. Manion, S. Bt-ll, B. Vvn- dctti, j. Shoddcr and M. Pederson as they do some research work. gummy days' wil lain fm? h Xie My. . . uNDERcLAssMEN ezzmfkzy Jaw . am! My Q E fi SISTER GRACE ROSAIRE, O.P. Religion III, English III, American History I, Maryscript Advisor, Dra- matics. STUDENTS OF HOMEROOM 203-Left to right, bottom row: A. Dott, L. Evans S. Andreas, E. Hayes, D. Bastien, E. Duffy. Center row: M. Fellows, Denham, C Dooley, Batezel, C. Gottsch. Top row: B. Curtis, Byrnes, Deery, W. Griffin F. Costello, G. Cavenas. .3 While George Cavenas gives an example of oral English,a group of juniors listen attentively to his explanation. Left to right-row onr: E. Duffy, F. Orsagh, P. Mahan. Row two: W. Griffin, F. Costello, L. Monforte. Row three: Byrnes, M. Krauss, Denham. Row four: F. Huntley, B. Ven- dcni. I 5' -1 'S in STUDENTS OF HOMEROOM 203 -Left tu right, lmltom nm: Miele- rlwvslci, Nlcffoy. N. Nlanion, K. lxeoglmn, P. A1.ll1AlI1, Nawzario. ff.-nlcr rms: F. Orsagh, lf. Huntley, C. Steinman. M. Krauss, M. Karn. li. Vendetti, lVlcKenna. Top rms: ll. Tiefentlmler, D. Kelly, I.. Mon- forte, Meighan. uvceezhzg fmzuxe we My C? ln a junior English class, D. Bastien, I.. Evans, J. Mieleclmwski, D. Basker- ville, C. Keegan enact "Black Thread." a one-act play. ,! Slmortlmand lessons are being scrutiniled by these young ladies wlm are daily preparing Il1l'l1lSI'lVi'S to fit efficiently into the lwusiness werld of tomorrow. Left tn right, fron! rnxr: l.. livans, Nal- Iarin, Nlieleclmowslci. lfvrller run: lf. Duffy, li2HK'IK'l, A. llull. Back rmr: C. Dooley, S. Andreas, M. Karn. W' ,Mae ,haf 5412175 ,bigl- JUNIORS-HOMEROOM 202-Left to right, bottom row: P. Hennessey, B. Folsom, P. Duer, B. Berger, D. Byrne, J. Gross. Center row: T. Aceto, G. Belfiglio, D. Baskerville, M. Berclcman J. Alessi, G Robertson. Top row' J. Gureclci J Hofbauer, F. Austin D Ga ton, J. Callaghan. 5. :vt SISTER MARY GERALD, O.P Religion III, French I and II Moderator of Missifln Club, S0 dalily, Glce Club, Choir. The important place of determinants in Algebra II is fully realized by this group of Junior students. Standing, left to right: P. Deur, Neil Miller, D. Byrne. Seated, left to right: Thomas T3 Fussell, N. Holmes, M. O'Neill, H. iw Newman, P. Hennessey, T. Aceto. JUNIORS - HOMEROOM 202 Li-ft In right. lmttmn nm M O Neill R. O'Rourke, F. Rommelman N Holmes, M. Ryan. fmnter run C Keegan, Shelly, A Mclntyre A Morrison. Top nm M Wlllianxson H. Long, T. Russell H Newman, N Miller. These Juniors are ltaving nn informal discussion on the Constitutional problems of American History. At desk is F. Austin. Back rmr, left to right: Hoflwauer, G. Robertson, Alessi, Gur- eclci. Ifmnt nur: R. Lane, H. Long, G. Bclfiglio. SISTER M EVANGELISTA Rclxgion III Pllyszu flurmgtry STUDENTS OF HOMEROOM 301 Left lo flglll bottom row Bmlogy, Modualor 0 .Scxencc C Trompka H Reader S ONexll E Naughton G Pxerce P Club,CI1m-rlpqduj CH,-I5 Bqgkff Ragen fcnlcr ron W Lane Mann Pallante J McCon ball Team ville G OLe1r Top mu V ordan Lomax R Tallc 4-4 With gone I.omax P R15.,en C Plcrcc Pallante W Flynn Seated C Hobbs A Murphy -I Ma.ConvnIIc F Poyatt G OLear fzifcazfmzkzg inawkrzhe wifi! szwbfbsz STUDENTS OF HOMEROOM 301-Left to right, lmtlum row: R. Myers, E. Nlurphy, E. Barry, J. Miller, A. Murphy, C. Hobbs, D. Abbott. Center rmr: F. Di- Giacoino, L. Dugan, P. Cinelli, W. Flynn, C. Hughes, E. Carney. Top row: F. Donaghy, W. Cloud, C. Guiclas, H. Bastcin, R. Bans- cher. CLASS OFFICERS-Lcfz lo riglzl-V. Presi- dent-R. Banscher, President-J. lVlcConville, with 811 ChC0llI'H5Zl!'l8 Slllillk C- Tl'0mPk2 Sli!- Secretary-E. Murphy, Treasurer-J. Miller. nals S. O'Neill and E. Naughton in front, left av" to right :md Charles Hughes and E. Barry to start their speed practice for more words per minute. The Chemistry class finds its time in the lab all too short to learn enough about the hidden secrets of chemical science. Left to right, fron! lable: E. Carney, R. Banschcr, D. Abbott, J. Miller. Second table: F. Donaghy, Walter, R. Talley, J. Lomax. SOPHONIORES-HOlVlEROOlVI 302-Lvft In riglil, lwllum row: M. Mc- Carty, Mottram, P. Kelly, E. Hcminway, AI. Lomax. Cvntvr row: Peel, Nl. lVlfGovi-rn, l.. Hcalllvy, S. Joncs, C. lVlcCoy. Picrzynslci. Top row: F. Staplvton, Kelly, R. Lvc, E. Nloslcig, E. Wilbralmaili. The mcmlwrs of this French I class arc learning tl1c rudimcnts of tlmc followers of "Parlcy-vous" quickly, n'cslcc-pas? Front to buck, Starling with ron' al lvff: bl. Pivrvynslci, T. Cox. F. Wilbralxaiim. Scfond row: M. Paul, ll. Ulla, S. jones. Tliinl row: K. lfinan. I.. Cox, D. Reincrs. Fuurfli row: M. Taylor, E. Nlostcig, V. Pokcrski, R. Hunncwcll lstandingl. e mm 121 qw am Jes! SISTER MARIE BONAVENTURE, O.P. Religion Il, Trig. Solid and Plam- Gcmnclry, Algvbra ll, Bookkeep- ing I, Co-lVlodvmlor of Student Council. -1 fig? CLASS OFFICERS J. Kelly, Prvsidcnl J. Durlcin, Trvasurvr M. lVIcGovcrn, Sccrvtary M. Bockius, V. President ...fzfmffacae x . ff. A, .t lv-"' Q? ' -new V1 . , "-ff 1: -3. ' A3 'kj X , ,A '- t'?:'fx X -'ag f' MR. JOSEPH F. GLINSKI Religion ll, Amvritan History I and II, Ca-moderator of Sluflcnl Council. SOPHOMORE STUDENTS OF HOMEROOM 303-Left to right, bottom row: R. O'Brien, I.. Reader, P. Marcella, W. Robins. Center row: Lind, J. Layton, A. Procida, J. Laye, T. Reiss. Top row. F. Parker, J. Laudisio, E. Nagle, VV. Mclicnlia. CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right: R. Shields, Secretaryg F. DiGiacomo, Presidcnlg D. Barth, Vice President: R. Slawte r, Treasurer. Quizzical sophomore students use their gray matter in the solving of geometry problems. Standing-left to right: Layton, F. Parker, T. Curran, T. Cooney. First row, left to right: W. Goldy, T. Fries, P. Marcella, R. OlBrien. Second rmv: W. Robins. SOPHOMORE STUDENTS OF HOMEROOM 303-Top to bottom, row at lc-fl: W. Goldy, D. Barth, T. Fries, G. Dailey. Center row: F. DiGiacomo, T. Downey, A. DiPatri, M. Byrne. Row at right: L. Dramis, J. Costello, W. Klaus, T. Cooney. 31 sql' I .ugh 'L . ,H 3' af ' L . g I 1 . X w,' Q H ff if 5 . ,M 'E-:'ff F x2" 2 yt Y , X 9,2553 W J' fi as x if -, z , 4 1 ik W Y wit ll ' x wfffaf, 4, 1 W44f,f, f 4 5 f x' M ' I Liv . i f '9 J way XC, 0, .4 ,' .J. I X' Q 4-4151.-ldan ' ,gum 4 1 if ,Af .,, , , 4 4 if 4' K f Q! N 5 ez 77127715105 zz e me e SISTER MARY HYACINTH, O.P. Religion II, Spanish I, II, III. Mcrderator of Drum and Bugle Corps. SOPHOMORES OF HOMEROOM 102-Left tn right, bnllum rmv: E. Pierce, G. Tumolo, D. Southwick, M. O'Malley, C. Stillwell, A. Yanuzis. Second row: M. Nickn- demus, P. Gilmore, M. Tcesdale, L. Seger, M. Tedesco, H. Welsh. Top row: M. Hammel, F. Witt, T. Roberts, F. Morrissey, M. Skokowski. Tryouts for the Sophomore Play, "The Pink Dress," are given serious consideration by lleft to right! M. Hammel, E. Bothner, M. Chambers, P. Gilmore, H. Cannon, M. Nickodemus, L. Decker, D. Cheesman, M. Gambon and M. McCann. Spanish Senoritas devoutly implore the aid of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Clockwise, kneeling: C. Stillwell, M. O'Malley, -R. Amberger, M. Skokowski, H. Welsh, D. Southwick. Standing: L. Seger, G. Schillinger, M. Tedesco, G. Tumulo, E. Pierce, D. Wenger. CLASS OFFICERS-Reading Clock- wise: R. Kelly, President: M. Causton, Treasurer: J. Moody, Vice President, M. Dill, Secretary. af diese mamefzfx 5 mzzmim. SOPHOMORES - HOMEROOM 102 - Lcft to right, bottom row: C. Buscher, B. Brandt, M. Cham bers. C. Carter, H. Cannon. Rim' two: R. Crowthers M. Cnuston, B. Bengel, D. Cheesman. Row three F R. Amberger, M. Dickson, V. Burke, E. Bothner L. Decker. Ron' four: Berry, P. Fitzgerald Gilson. "F--:B ,131 --+....a lt's Spanish time-Que hora es? Sophomores enjoy answering quickly before jerry Gilson decides to change the time. Forcground to background, first ron: K. Farrell, F. Gaffney, F. Morrissey, E. Magee. Second row: M. Dickson, P. Fitzgerald, T. Roberts, P. Fowler. Frank W'itt in front with question card and Gilson with clock. -hs " . 'E Business Math engrosses the attention of these sophomores who are working diligently :lt n current husiness project. Left to right, first row: V. Burke, 'Q-AJ C. Buschcr. Second ron: T. McGovern, C. Carter, A. Yanuzis, W. Lusk. Third ron': M. Teesdale, B. Bengel, B. Brandt. SOPHOMORES-HOMEROOM 102-I.:-ft to right, bottom roxr: E. Mclntyre, M lynch, H. Frugoli, K. Farrell, M. Dill. Center roar: R. Kelly, M. Gambon, P. Fowler F. Gaffney, M. McCann, E. Magee. Top row: W. Lusk, Moody, T. McGovern. ' l ,. rfb v H Mk ifzawhw Xia! FRESHMAN CLASS-HOMEROOM 5- Lefl to right, bollom row: Halloran, V. Myers, A. Fiordelise, Mosteig, H. Peel. Center row: D. Fuse, E. DiGiacomo, B. Elcoclc, V. Calnon, M. Conlin. Top row: J. Haines, T. Holland, Minder. 'T The students of the Freshman English class evaluate the stories appropriate for their reading interests and form judgments of literary values which will be beneficial throughout life. Left In right: Berosh, C. O'Brien, SISTER M. CATHERINE DOMINICA, O.P. English I and Il, Business Math. M. Mihm, S. Tumulty, J. Hallorrm, G. Cleary. FRESHMAN GROUP-HOMEROOM 5-Lrfl to right, kneeling: R. Snquella, M. Byrne. C. Reilly, J. Saylnr, J. Pinutilln. Standing: P. Hagan, P. McAleer, F. Jones. Hylc, Shoulder, M. Mihtli, B. Murphy, C. O'Brien. 547106 gums dildlflillfi FRESHMAN GROUP-ROOM 5-Left to right, bottom row: M. Pederson, K Austin, B. Abbott, j. Braitwood, L. Buch. Center row: V. Dailey, B. Batten, M. But- ler, G. Cleary. Top row: Martin Burns M. Creek, Michael Burns, M. Walker: A. Brill. CLASS OFFICERS-ROOM 5- Lcft to right: G. Cleary, Treas- urer: J. Shodder, V. President: M. Walker, Presidcntg M. Con- lin, Secretary. ff XX The Art and Decorating Committee of Room 5 offer suggestions to james Mosteig who is working on a poster for "National Book Week." Clock- rvisc: V. Dailey, D. Fuse, J. Mosteig fseatedl, E. DiGiacomo, S. Skokow- ski, J. Hyk. FRESHMAN GROUP-HOMEROOM 1-Left to right, bottom row: B. Higgins, B. McGrnry, R. Murphy, M. Gcitz, K. McGovern. Center row: R. Miller, R. Matnmoccio, M. Hampton, Fitzgerald, E. Gibison. Top Milli Krott, McKenna, A. Gormley, M. Hess. gun-nw N. .,,!g'.KWvw,,5 .- 1 . -5... M4 li'ln.L,'.".yi U, frj 1' a Wfffffkfxf MISS J. MENAQUALE English I and II Theresa Holland explains the intricacies of syntax as J. Livingston, standing, challenges her diagram :md B. Abbott, M. Conlin, Hyk, and K. Austin look on in solemn judgment of results. FRESHMAN GROUP-HOMEROOM 1- Lvfl In right, bullnm nur: P. Stefan, S. Tumulty, 1. Pallante. Run' turn: M. Vincent, J. Nagorka, V. Raushvr. Kun' thrvv: S. Slawter, T. Shaw, Ii. Ritchie. Run' four: E. Venables, S. Young, M. O'Bricn. Ron' fivv: Pantella, C. Theck- SIOI1. names ma' was R Murphy looks questlomngly at Miss Menaquale a C Dougherty D Arena M Boos and B Hlggms await the outcome of this literary contro versy FRESHMAN GROUP - ROOM 1-left to righl, bottom raw: D. Colamesta, S. Batten, B. Del Rossi, D. Arena, M. Boos. Center row: E. Dorris, M. Bagley, S. Derry, C. Dougherty, A. Dooley. Top row: B. Boyle, B. Chomeill, A. Brunhamer, M. Crosson, M. Causton. M Hampton discusses an algebra problem wnh A Gormley who is at the board fLeft to nghll S Derry J Fitzgerald and S Bat ten are also mterested ln thc dlscussxon Qiexfimefz :days I SISTER M. JEAN EDMUND, O.P. Religion I, Jr. Business Training, FRESHMAN GROUP-HOMEROOM 3-Left In right, bottom row: R. Brennan, luffhdnfffll Dff1Wi'1Kf Aff I, H- D. Danella, S. Florich, E. Dell, J. Berosh. Center row: M. Cardwell, J. Alton, B. Moderator Of Fra AHSCUCO Af! Dalgarn, E. Held, E. Cleaver, R. Angelastro. Top row: M. Andreas, Banshcr, Club- R. Borski. . W Members of the Freshman Art class dis- play their initiative and artistic ability. Left to right, scaled. boys are W. Fergu- son, R. Borslci, T. Rvcdg girls seated are J. Livingston, K. St. John, girls standing are M. Sessa, E. Cleaver. CLASS OFFICERS-Left to riglzl: R. Angelastro, Presi- dentg D. Danella, Sccretaryg W. Reinhart, Vicc-Presidcntg J. Davidson, Treasurer. axle gm? MMM . . FRESHMAN GROUP-HOMEROOM 3-Top to bot- tom, ron' at left: S. Hyslop, J. Davidson, W. Ferguson, R. Karn, M. Hulbert. Row at right: W. Kipp, F. Crosson, C. Grady, P. Mitchell, J. Livingston, R. Keegan. 1 z Q Freshman students listen attcntivcly to a discussion in Religion Class. Row by n'induu', right to left: F. Crosson. D. Danclla, C. Lestino, R. Keegan, W. Kipp. Ron' two: lVlcQuillan, Alton K. Boyle, J. Rementcr, E. Held. Row tlirfc: R. Karn, M. Hul- bert, B. Dalgarn, J. O'Donncll. FRESHMAN GROUP-ROOM 3-Left to right, bottom row: W. Rcinhart, Mc- Quillan, M. Scssa, K. St. John, M. Mc Keever, C. Lestino. Center row: T. Downey, D. Wasscl, J. Mulhearn, J. McCarty, J 0'Donnell. Top row: Zdanowicz, T. Schocnborn, J. Cross, J. Rcmentcr, T. Reed. . . . as we maxim FRESHMAN GROUP-ROOM 2-Top to bottom row at left: Talley, C. Cogan, M. Shaw, R. Burns, T. Wilstmn, W. McGarrigle. Center row: Diamond J. Hogan, C. Klaus, G. Phelan, F. McAroy, S. Slcokowski. Row at right: R. Ardeclci, A. Rose, T. Brandt, M. Raley. f ,?' R f MR. DOMINICK VITARELLI Religion I, World History, Citi- zenship. Mcxdcralrnr of Jr. Holy Namc Society. Freslnnan Coach: Football, Basketball, Baseball. T. Mclntyrc, in lower left-hand corner, views World News with fellow-classmates: W. Ralston, J. Maguire, E. Graubart, W. Underwood, F. Walter, M. Plallowell, T. Signiski, W. MC- Gnrriglc. ."r 531. FRESHMAN GROUP-ROOM 2- Left to right, bottom row: Maguire, T. McIntyre, G. Thomas, E. Grau- bart, F. Walter. Ccntcr row: C. Mor- gan, T. Signiski, L. Marcianna, D. Schaal, R. Harris, W. Connelly. Top row: W. Underwood, Blymer, D. Robertson, C. Leon. fufzzkmevzfak FRIZSHMAN GROUP-ROONI 2- Lt-fr In right, lvutlnm row: M. Hallo- wt-ll, F. Campbell, F. Tarcasso, W. Ralston, R. Schoenhorn, Smith. lfvnlvr rms, F. l.ocantorc, E. Com- mcrfortl. Rizzo, Bartlcy, P. Jack- son. Top nm, lf. Cropslci, R. Stcin- mmn, R. McCann, A. Kolsun Always ready to start tht' clay with a smile' arv flrft to right! F. Locantorv, I.. Marcianna, R. McCann, G. Phvlan. Mr. Vitarvlli. C. Morgan and F. lVlcAroy, or, would it happrn to bc dismissal timcl nf',', A CLASS OFFICERS: Loft tn right-l.. Nlarcianna, 'I'rn1sun'r: T. Ballas, Prvsidvnt: WR Undcrwood, V. Prvsidvut. wgrw Frank Campbrll "spots" an crror--but-Tom Ballas and the other boys have their doubts. Rtading frnm lvft In right: Cropslti, A. Kolsun, Bartley, J. Davidson fstandingl, C. Cogan, C. Klaus, R. Ardcclci, lf. Commer- ford, F. Campbell lpointingl, T. Ballas at board. gs His Excellency Bishop Eus- tace signs a proclamation for Catholic Youth Week as the Rev. Peter A. Budnialc, dio- cesan director of the CYO, and students look on. The students, left to right, are Helen Brennan, Gloucester Catholicg R. Sommer and M. Janowska, St. joseph's Highg W. Johnson, Camden Cath- olic, J. Callahan, Gloucester Catholic, M. Watson, Cam- den Catholic, J. Merck and M. Snyder, St. Mary of the Angels. pn 'Q me-czfflmzflm 4101921125125 Read clockwise: C. Stillwell, Thomas Cox, M. Hous- ton, J. Thorp, Francis Donaghy, O. Koenig, J. Jacobs, john Byrnes, M. Teesdale and M. Gambon, members of the Mission Club, enjoy wrapping gifts to send to the Indian Missions. Marshall Halphen, an Augus- tinian Seminarian, and Yearbook Staff members of Gloucester Catholic study an exhibit of good yearbook pictures at the Villa- nova Press Conference. Left to riglzl, standing, W. Gartner, H. Carpinellig lower group, E. West, J. DiGiacomo and K. Morrissey. cha' lil Aware aims . . . ? NJ .ak 99 if 1 ge- Mr. Vitarelli, the Civics Club Group and four Senior representatives visited the State Legis lature when it was in session. In the group picture, left to riglil, first row, are D. Baskerville P. Kelly, E. Mclntyre, T. McGovern, R. Lee, F. Burnet. Second row, R. Yanuzis, J. Pryzwara J. Mottram. W. Lusk. J. Laye. Third row, Mr. D. Vitarelli. P. Talla, M. Alton . Bernard J. Moody, W. Klaus. Fourth row, Schili, Berry, L. Testa, L. Dubler, R. Herman, L Dramis, E, Willialils. Time out was taken to visit the ,- lVluseum of Natural Plistory. Lef! fu "' " . -,Y right: J. Bernard, M. Alton, L. Dub- ' '-Y!-A N lcr, E. Williams, Museum Guide. v , V. wk 2 .1 'fi - "1 rm , f-. ix N - Nfl W ' , ,'l ' i X '7 , Lyla if l - F5 .J The Senior Class is proud of their four essayists, M. Downey, E. Kaminski, J. Callahan and J. Jacobs fleft to riglili who received recognition for the essays which they submitted to the National Essay Association. .5 't e .1 - . . . claim am AW dildfdflilfy ll i lllll 1 5 ,vw . 4 This is the way the students congre- gate after each game to tell the good news to the Nuns. The Drum and Bugle Corps is shown playing thc "Alma Mater" right after the cheer- leaders have relayed the winning score. "ZS-s wwe. d-t -farm-I 8 Members of the Junior Holy Name Society are shown with cartons of toys ready to be taken to the Hopewell Orphanage. All toys were collected by the boys for the orphans at Christmas time. Those who can be seen in the line-up from left to right are Reilly with carton, Banscher, Klaus, Cooney, Lomax, Kaminski, Davidson, Peel, Kurth, O'Brien, Recd, Parker, D. Kelly, Scharle. james Gurchick fat doorl sees that the way is clear as W. Laf- ferty, C. Bollman, E. Andreas, G. Gibison and N. McIntyre carry in the new desks for the Seniors. That's the reason for the smiles! Other helping arc R. Fleck, F. Barry, M. Angclastro, H. Muhlbaier, E. Morrison, J. Deehan, J. McCullough. Sophomore and Freshman girls attend "Day of Rccollectionh exercises at St. Mary's, Glouces- ter. Mary Ann McGovern is shown signing her name while others await their turn. Left to riglllr A. Yanuzis, K. McGovern, E. Dell, R. Crowthers, M. Teesdale, E. Pierce, Fitzgerald, M. Dickson, Sr. Martha Mary at desk. mea 566153 At one of the conferences in the Convent Chapel, the Rev. J. F. Lynn, O.S.F.S. speaks to the girls and encourages them to ask questions concerning vocations. Prefect Dorothy Sheldon is pictured here speaking to the Officers and to the Consultors of thc Blessed Virgin Sodality. Clockwisc: J. Bernard-Vice President, L. Decker, P. Kelly, P. Ragen, E. Murphy, M. Halpern, M. Alton, V. Pokorski, D. Cleary-Treasurer, J. Rementer- Secretary. x 'R'----......,,,A --N-.....,-shi.- ' 1- if N 9 x H 'N A 1' 'P , 431 'if' A A T if Q ol' fmlisg ,, , , A q 1' as ,M 1 ' 3 V 5 Y 'a I! ,mf A . A 3,1 :pg x fl' 4 rf" 4 , V d gli f Q5 117' f ii ,is S M, Ag- GS ,317 f.f Q v x In 5 in. . . . fzfzzfcwm wlyfffh am ifidlfi zz ,iezzcdz Jaden! Mar. Holy Name Prefects discuss ways and means to obtain funds for the Society. Law- rence Scarle jots down some of thc suggestions made. Left to right, standing: G. Robertson, M. Shaw, D. Kel- ly, T. Reed, C. Cogan, F. Witt, R. O,Brien, Durkin. Seated: E. Morrison, L. Scharle, McConville. fi f Retreat Master, Father C. Boyd, O.P., enjoys a chat with the altar boys. Reading clockwise: V. Dailey, P. Mitchell, M. Walker, E. Morrison, McCullough. HOLY NAME SOCIETY OFFICERS - Gurchick, Treasurer. McCullough, Vice President: E. Williams, Secretary: M. Keegan, Presidenl. Officers of the Junior Holy Name Society get together to discuss future plans. As jim Gurchick makes one of his humorous re- marks, E. Willianis responds with his: "Oh yeah, ya think so?,' 532 L 4. fs.. D . " s R g,,.5 5 .F We 'szmzmezz fzmzs' 121 zwkzm dflifffgd ffldfdilll dgkdffgdlbi Xie kzfg5f2W we wma 762152 sizzle wzfecvfa lik!!! Xie Wm. 4742 may yan 601421 E. Miller, A. Mclntyre, Reiners, F. Flagg, E. Young, Derry and her escort, B. lVlcCormick and her escort gather around to make a wish at the wishing well on that memorable prom night. DOLORES CLEARY-a Prom Bcllc K ..- e-' nd 'vii 'x x LPI X, f '57 A ft I Q wa.: ,J M. Angelastro shows just pride in being with M. Duff, the Prom Queen. 68 ' We ffizkzgs W Ak! . . . Hcrc wc pause to salute the true Quccn of all, our "Mother Beloved." i Eileen Duffy and escort seem en- tranced as they enter into the mood of "Apple Blossom Time." T1 b 1 ,4 IN ki Last year's Prom Quccn, lovely joan Castano, proudly crowns M. Duff, beautiful new Quccn. 'N-. .3 Q2 w 70 xxx 5.-K -1 Xie fbys' we haw It is difficult to imagine what Keebler, E Young and A. Smith are discussing at the Prom, but it really looks interesting! James O'Bricn and Edna West. 'lf' 1-'nu S in ,I Everyone rejoiccs as Years Eve Dance they celebrate t the New .ling . ggi Q99 ' W Zldcasfa Fldili 4. 55 Q. MARIE O P SISTER VERONICA Glu- Club ,I t t ,ff-1 , ' ,X D , Q Q " V5 3 5' Q ' " Kqliflffff' I' W' wa 0 ' I . V' f I I V 5 .1 . X Fw Q 5 ,G , ' ., f' '15, 'Y' 3' If w f.r5ffM5 aa'Q.,J:.,g :J s l sf 'f fi K 'af QW' -I 'e LYS I - 4 ,?', 'Q' , 2' X ' I 'F fkwfx L 4 V' 9 ' ' Q W as a ' nfs: ' Q 'G' xvf G - to I Q 'Si Sgr 5 g I ' f Ia" ,GP ?3sv 'QE' Sf 8- Ji' 7 -3 fr' P-. ul -r ' . I I gf" f kg : I K , 6 " V 'f 552, fi r K 1 ' .39 :Q lagli.:',4 Y , , AW, y -A QI . jf G l. Q Q' V, Q mmwwwws My gh X ZW' 2007! if! 2 3 Xie alma we gave ' X r . A fM..4.h1. X 1, C vi 3 igx . . . Xie gm 5 we zleacffezzf Se 1 ji,-L ' QQ, A , , fr 1' 4 e CCACHING STAFF, left to right: Dom Vitarelli, Freshman Coach: John McCarthy, Backfield Coachg Father P. Budniak, Moderator' of Athleticsg james Hopkins, Head Coach, Adolph Hoch, Line Coach. SCORES Opp. Camden Catholic , . 13 St. Matthew"s, Philadelphia . 12 Red Bank Catholic , , . . 6 Father judge, Philadelphia , .. 0 St. Johnls, Philadelphia , 0 Trenton Catholic . 6 Holy Spirit .. 6 St. joseplfs, Camden , . , , . . . . . 0 Gloucester High , . , . . . 7 Eight Wins and One Loss G.C A fine season record was compiled this year by the football team of Gloucester Catholic. Squad picture includes, first row, left to right: Assistant Coach A. Hoch, Mgr. R. O'Brien, F. Parker, L. Testa, T. Russell, G. Belfiglio, D. Staiano, Mann, F. DiGiacomo, F. Austin, Mgr. T. Reed. Second row: Coach J. Hopkins, Mgr. L. Scharle, C. Hughes, N. Mclntyre, L. Lacovara, M. Hagan, R. Walker, Callahan, M. Keegan, Howard, V. McGough, W. Lafferty, T. Gibison, Mgr. E. Morrison, Assistant Coaches D. Vitarelli and McCarthy. Third row: j. Callaghan, D. Barth T. Aceto, Reiss, F. Tartaglia, G. Gibison, E. Miller, Laudisio R. Slawter, J. Lomax, Lind, N. Miller. Fourth row: F. DiGia- como, M. Williatxmson, D. Gayton, T. Schoenborn, B. Goldy, C Leon, R. Talley, W. Cloud, J. Walters, L. Dramis. 1 9 CO-CAPTAINS Nlaurice Keegan 9 james Callahan Mike and jim, co-captains of the team, have every reason to look proud 'n happy over the most successful season G.C.H.S. has ever enjoyed. "Team work!" - that's their battle cry!!! -J dfllfllkly 'fzysizkz 91629153 . . . I!37,23fffQ???1'i ff' Miller "sparkles" again as he drives over for a touchdown against St. Matt's. ' A N lin-V4 4 ...i .S ,..n6n Alert Frank DiGiacomo carries the ball from the ten-yard line for a touch- down in the game against Fr. Judge High. ' hip, 'Qs sq js game. f v- 1740-fl f'f3"" 'KF' Speedy George Gibison drives around end for a well-earned ten yards versus Camden Catholic. "VUhirlwind" Lacovara scores in Red Bank Catholic 15 Mal Hagan joins the crowd as Eugene Miller 18? eyes thc play. Tension mounts as Hughie Miller "hits" for two with Goldy well on the watchout for a possible two points. In the fore- ground can be seen Stewart of Woodrow Wilson High who is also on guard for the outcome. . . . Xie 54514213 me Basketball season proves to be a very successful one for the varsity team. Left lo right, first row: A. DiPatri, R. McCann. Second row: E. Miller, T. Reiss, L. Lacovara, J. Shields. Third row: 1. Dunn, Talley, R. Talley, M. Hagan, W. Goldy. Talley jumps "sky high" to get this one from St. Joe's. Guarding him is Waldach other St. joe's players in foreground are Nlurphy 183 and Del Rossi. 101416 Xie alexis aacieaf 19551956 Rom in C ltholic Phil1 XX ilduood l llhollc Qt on s Pri p Phila Pltm in C 1ll1dll1 C ttholic Glouustci High W oodrow W ilson o s C :mu Putin an ohn s Phil I W ildu ood Cwthohc Alumni St ju s Cundui Nny Plcbcs Cloucvster Hihh Wocvdrtww Wilson Millvillv Cantnlvii High Cnndcn C1Ii1k3iiC ON' C Eiilrlvcn H7115 and Om' Loss ,t ,D 4 I C Conch Nlccnrthv on ly touches thc has cl a as he Livvs n fvw last minute pointrrs to his st.lrts'rs,' each of whom did :i tremendous ji h of quick-stopping, highly technical hall play ing during the currvnt season. In I tu riglrl Dick Tallvy, Bill Goldy, Coach McCarthy, Mall Hagan, Grin' Niillcr, Captain Jcrry Dunn J f . Q fix .,g V cf 1-fr 5 ,f - f If y 1' ' Q if . '- x f' LJ R .- j 7 I QXQEUN K. FR x i amz! Xie fa! iffzgs zum on fy mini T Gl OUCESTER CATHOLICS BASEBALL TEAM Standing lcfl to right W Klaus M Pmcll Assistant Coach D Barth Gureclu W Goldy T Relss Kelly H Newman E XVllll2llIlS B l1nc T Accto H Bastien Fr P Bndniak Knrelmg R McCann, T Gibison G Gibison L Monfortc K Taggart W Flynn A D1Patr1 J Derry W Flynn Coach blotictsttr Latholic 5 ba5eb.1ll team ha5 1 very complttt sthedule thls yeir It started off 111th bwtde5bo1o mth .1 5 O victory 111 LJ L 5 f1vor lhe 51 15011 15 not too well under way lb yet o11ly thru glllltb hue bcen pliycd thus f1r but thc spirit of the fell0w5 on the the top coaching of Ur Ilynn 111 51 1 utllll, along, 111 mc Xlr lowell will bring, the 5ea5on to a 5L1C ccssful dost 51 111 0 llzt qfnms scheduled an Iwo mth uch of the following te11115 St e L 1111de11 C1l155bor0 H1 11 Lam 1l111 L1thol1c bicred He1rt X111el111d l1lo11ce5ter High l,lC1bdl'1lVlllC H151 I 1l111yra High Una with mch of the following te'11115: Woodrow Wilson Hinh' Woodbury Hi,., j Lolli1',,swood Hi l1. George Gibison catcher waits for this Swedesboro lad to be struck out. we Wafways 0742271 flew mamma? h flemem ea. Ramsey, our Mascot, gets in the picture as our cheerleaders pose at halt'-time during an exciting football game. Left to right: S. O'Neill, M. Slawter D. Sheldon, G. Page, D. Cleary, P. Hansen, and W. Wilke. George Reider and Father Lucitt watch, amused and interested, as Marius Boilius lMarie Boyle! puts on her "FrienCls, Rams, Schoolmatesn act in the course of the pep rally before the Gloucester High game. T Father Lucitt earnestly cxhorts the foothall team to score heavily against their opponents, Gloucester High. Father's talk surely helped to goad the players on!-the score was 52-7 in G.C.'s favor! Captain Gerry Page leads our peppy varsity cheerleaders through a snappy routine. Front, left to right: K. Dooley, D. Sheldon. P. Hansen, W. Wilke, G. Page. Back: M. Slawter, D. Cleary, R. Myers, S. O'Neill, H. Reader. V -. af' f'?:.'!..' ' W WM' ' fa ieffaffanzffiaweey fezzm The girls' lxislietlmaill season was imleetl highly successful-four losses Pictured here are the members of the Girls' Varsity Basketball Team with their coach, Mrs. B. Nolan. Left to right-A. Morri- son, Managerg N. Manion, A. McIntyre, A. Murphy, C. Tromp- ka, B. Folsom, Mrs. B. Nolan, coachg M. O'Donnell, S. Bell, IW. Ryan, S. Slawter, D. Basker- ville, E. Murphy, D. Bastien, Manager. Penns Grove players watch Sue's magnetic throw widen the breach in the final score. :incl thirteen vieliwies. These girls, under the able guiclzmce of Mrs, Nolan, their wgicli. gave li,l'.ll.S, the must mitslzimling seatsim in its liistory. Team- work, gum! spurlsnizinsliip :mtl plenty of lun all formed integral parts of the Ubigi' year! Salem . , . Gloucester , , Wildwood Catholic St. joseplfs, Hanunonton Ang:-l's Academy , Camden Catholic Gloucester St. james, Penns Grove Sacred Heart, Vineland SCORES Opp. ff f 42 35 18 19 11 35 56 55 4.2 44 50 55 36 36 64 59 49 S7 Hallahan , Clayton , . Sacred Heart, Vineland West Cahtolic . Angells Academy . St. James, Penns Grove Camden Catholic ,. . Mt. St. Mary, Newburgh Sue Bell takes advantage of a jump in a game against Camden Catholic. Gaining possession of the ball in the last few seconds of the game, B. Folsom tries to make a pass but is well-guarded by B. In a mid-air minuet with Wildwood Catho- Williatits of Camden Catholic. Barbara, lic, Sue Bell gracefully displays her jump however, "freezes" the ball to the end of and lap routine which entices the ball the game. into the basket. 0717716415 vffafhadf af azz affikbb' Ma mm These lovely lassies had ll very good hoc- key season considering the fact that they were so recently organized. We're very proud of them and of Mrs. Nulan, their coach. With 21 nucleus like this to liegin next season-the sky's the limit! With spring practice as a "limber- uppern and-wlin knows?-tniziybe girls go to hockey camps?J-'well see this years schedule of one loss to Lower Regional tO-IJ and one win in Ll game against Vnllingswuod High J.V. 13-23 fully eclipsed when the girls make the headlines in '57f Our First Hockey Team-Left lu riglll: Remen- ter, J. Wulnder, C. Trompka, M. Ryan, M. Halphen, P. Ragan, P. Duer, J. Bernard, B. Folsom, P. Ryan, S. Bell. The team gets in trim. Oulvr group, clockwise are: B. Folsom, P. Duet, C. Tromplca, Ber- nard, M. Ryan, J. Rementer, j. Hammond. Ccnler: P. Ragan, S. Bell. Here they arc! The pride of G.C.H.S.-Our Drum and Bugle Corps. Standing al left, front in back: Hendricks, B. McGrory, D. Bastien, B. joy, M. Boyle. Standing at right: M. Dill, J. Thorp, L. Evans, M. Paul, j. Miller. Left lu right, bottom row: M. McCann, P. McAleer, I.. Zaveckas, Rementer, R. Kelly, Wllnder, V. Rauscher, B. Mottram, McQuillan, V. Pokorski, R. Miller, Hansen. Second rmr: E. Naughton, M. O'Brien, K. Boyle, M. Conlin, F. jones. E. DiGiacomo, M. O'Donnell, N. Manion, M. Butler, P. Kelly, M. Cullen, K. Farrell. Top ron: B. Boyle, A. Dickerson, M. Halphen, R. McGovern, C. McHenry, M. Richards, D. Boyle, A. Wright, Bernard, M. Berckman, M. Hamacker, E. Kaminski, B. Bengel. W4 Anna McIntyre "cuts a classy strut" as she leads the Maroon and Gold Majorettes through each colorful parade and "peppy" pep rally. J ' X K i Practice makes perfect! That's why M. O'Dot1nell, . . . f Bernard and M. Halphen tune up before the big parade Jazz! amz' 135 .X ' Auykgdkw '-.. .QA.3i.Z:-PMT Keeping time arc joan Rcmcnter flcftl and Judy Willm- dcr two of d f h D d 1 Bugle Corps. ik hu! zz mama! IIHZIUJ4 Olll' expert l'llll1Il'1EI'S 0 K 0 flllll Zlh L? -cw -U fa aw mamefzf? ezfei-IQ'-M fzememkfzmf The Color Guard of thc Drum and Bugle Corps "step it up" as the Corps prepares for a display of its rhyth- mical talent. .9 film IZIQAIQ amz! 0112424 :Jays may Where to go next seems to puzzle some of the parents and friends of the student body as they "roam" through the corridor, visiting the school on Annual Open House Night. G. Srhillinger shows how to administer First Aid to a classmate, M. Hamtnel, as Mrs. Nolan gives the instructions. Left tn right, Run' 1 by blflfhblldfdi M. McCann. M. O'Malley. Middle row: L. Seger, M. Skokowski, D. Cheesman. Row in foreground: Bothner, H. Frugoli, D. Sonthwick. Members of the Senior Class look over the college entrance require- ments as given in Princeton Rc- quirement Manuals. Left to right, first rmv: H. Muhlbaier. W. Gartner, E. Morrison, E. Cuneo, K. Morrissey, E. West. Second row: Shields, E. An- dreas, F. Barry, Callahan, J. Deehan, G. Gibison, E. WilliRlllS. Third row: L. Dubler, W. Laf- ferty, R. Meis, O'Bricn, G. Dunn. During Open House Night the Chemistry Class listen nttentively while Sr. Evangelista helps V. lVlcGough with an experiment. Left Io right, Row 1: T. Russell, Lomax. Rnu' 2: N. Holmes, J. Miller, C. Bollinann. V. Mcfiough. Row 5: D. Hennessey, D. Abbott, P. Ragan, A. Murphy, H. Newman. Row 4: D. Gnyton, R. Talley, J. Callaghan. Z .ht ,011 as Wie aw 544 Pmfe ways. . . Members of the Maryscript staff work with diligence as they prepare for a future issue of the school paper. Left In right, sealed: J. Meighan, J. Denham, D. Kelly, S. Andreas, R. Banscher, C. Dooley, B. Vencletti. Standing: E. Naughton, M. Ryan, E. Murphy, J. Miele- chowski, B. Folsom. J. McGuire seems to be very much intent on winning his point as J Shodder S Tumulty and B Elcock join in the panel in the pxesence of some Freshman students. Le I to right Shodder S Tumulty, McGuire, B. Elcock 5 Open House proved to be a busy night for thc Advanced Art Class. Left to right, front rmr: T. Thomas, Bateman, E. Hcixiingway. Second rmr: Wfunder, J. Gurchick. Third row: K. Finan, G. Gibison. Instructor Mr. John Dolan gives a few pointers to the members of the Drum and Bugle Corps. Left In right, seated: M. Halphen, M. Freshman English Students thought- Berclcman, M. O'Donnell, N. Manion. fully respond to Miss Menaquale's questions during Open House Night. . Left to right: O'Brien, M. Causton, - M. Dickson. F. Gaffney, Wil- braham, P. Fowler. P. Kelly, M. Butler. Standing: V. Rauscher, V. Podorski, McQuillan J. Rementer, R. Kelly, Mottram, R Miller, P. McAleer, J. Wxinder. . . . :mf am MM yan Waifaai wfffiee flew X That the organization and the preparation of a yearbook is an arduous task is clearly indicated by these members of a section of the Maryan Staff as they undertake some of the various duties entailed. Left In right: O'Donnell, V. lVlcGough, E. Williams J. O'Brien, C. llollmann, B. Schiavo, W. Gartner, J. DiGiacomo, H. Brennan, P. Ryan. 'X . ,fin 1' memaws MW - Howard Nluhlbaier, the pessimist, and Helen Car- pinelli, the optimist, are co-editors of the Yearbook who give serious thought to perplexing problems at hand. f'! F' I 3 pf!! X11 if . , t - S I f V 7 'e ' ,,...w5.-.peru , K ":5,,i,1's K xxx..- g Ji , .,,i"f"""""' 'K ...i It's time for serious thinking when headings, captions and copy must be decided upon! Edna West scrutinizes the potential force of her verse, Dedication, while Leo Dubler and Martin Downey consider caption possibilities. Yearbook Collectors meet to total their returns and check results. Left lo riglzl: R. Hepkin, M. Hagan, V. Kaminski, j. Shields, E. Andreas, L. Scharle. wizk Ale Jfhdysvwf fflkws ZUIZZAHIJZXZ Ill am ffzzmlf. . . john Lomax hastily dials publisher's office to re- port latest Nlaryscript flash as Mary Berckman and John Byrnes await results. R. Banscher, D. Gayton and Mary Pat O'Neill ac- curately record facts and figures for the Maryscript sports' page. x""" K. Pictured below are members of thc 1955-56 Mary- script Staff diligently preparing dummy sheets for the UBXI edition of the newspaper. Lvfr In right: C. Keegan and V. jordan, Artisrsq li. Naughton, C0-editor: M. Fellows, Feature Wrilerg J. Lomax, Marlagirxg Edilorg B. Folsom, Co-Editor. . S. f Y gg' . .Wg kg w 5 I ,521 5 ' ' vs' ,-5.52 0 . - A 'Q ET. siwai ? AV 1: , la- ' . ' A A ' Aw J F '-,. A1546 -ai wpywl . WN' agp-5 '33 W Q1 , ffgfg an R- 51 U V 'F 4' 4 5 A2 'w . avi, , 1? , W? r N aw x 5 X, , 'QT Jil 'V is "' ,iffy 'ifill ' fi ra 'V' sfii , ,-mgssg Vi -5? .1 I .- Xl fa. ' V " ,. i igXwQ,5fgf'5G?'fN S' Q1 - gf-1 if - .M "sill ." I - '-T ' " ' ' 'K ' 13, 1 by K+ 'l , Nf 6-.1 ' WF E. x Q . 'Aa - -ye Q , A fa . MM fkw. X, 5 Q ,. CHU M .' 1, uf: ff , ' PJ SL sh, 1 7 r 2 W I' fa wie lldlfi Kid!!! GW l4l?l4 xcflaaf fzlzys wifi us: l I MR. WlLI.lAM HARVEY Director-Driun and Bugle Corps Student Council Officers and Senior Council Reprcsentatives thoughtfully consider the suggestion presented by Lawrence Sclmrle. Left to right, standing: l.. Sclmrle, E. Williaitts, DiGiacoino, G. Dunn, VU. Lafferty. Seated: Nl. Slawter lTreasurerJ, T. Pettigrew 1Vicc-Presidentl, M. Keegan. IW lin RLFH Y C - , " lf ' . vac H, ffssufam Z:Fjv,r!3f1,v6i-lbilll ' . oqf I 9 'tr ig. 'WU L fi-ft. 1 L- it if ,Qt I MRS. B. NOLAN Physical l:'dut'atimi, Cuacli of Girls' MISS G. WHITTINGTON Hockey anal Basketball learns Librarian v ' .:i,-- g'I,,.. v, Q ,1-5 :55. 11 '. -71-'fflw Q sf? - .1 fig.. ,if 'j-. ...M rt. ' gm .- 5 ' ' leg 1 .fsgglgg Mr. Glinslci, Assistant Moderator of the Student Council, discusses various problems with the class representatives. Left to right, first ruu': A. Dipatri, C. Carter, F. Campbell, Mielechowski, J. DiGiacomo. Svfmia' rmr: M. Shaffer. M. Fellows, W. Lafferty, C. Troiupkn, F. DiGiacnmo. Third run: M. Slawter, li. 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M . . cl . . . . . . . , Mr and Mrs Eric Steuunann Pat Stemmann Madelyn Stlles Mr and Mrs Donald C' Stnnsman Mr and Mrs os Strnppolx Pat Taggart Thursday s Home Nursing Seniors essle Tucker Tuesday s Home Nursing Seniors Rose Trlglla Mr and Mrs Anthony lx Tumolo Roxy Tumolo ohn Vena Mr and Mrs Allen Vmcent Richard Vespe Mr and Mrs R Voorhees Mnss fheresa Wachter Tom Weber Webers Diner Edna D West Mr and Mrs Hank Williams Irene Wnllnams Mary R Williams Mr and 'Vlrs Thomas E Wxlllams Mr John Whelan Genevieve C Wlttmgton Mr and Mrs C W Wood III Charles S Yahrlmg Gertrude Yarchak John Ienuk Mr and Mrs Hutchinson vxsxsssxsssxsssssssxsxssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss COMPLIME TS SACRED HE RT CHURCH CAMDE EW JERSEY mx ss ss sy sx ss ss ss sx ss ss s' sx sx ss sx ss ss ss sx ss ss sxss s' sk sx ss s' s' ss sx sx s' sx sx s' ss sx sx ss s' sk s' ss ss sxs' sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssi Ssussxssksswxbxxsssxssssssxxsxxxssssssssssxsxsss COMPLIME TS TRICK'S P RISH WOODB RY EW JERSEY 5 ci' N' N 333 3333 s's's's's's's's'x'x's' 3xxx'x'Cs'sxs'3s's'??sxs'xss's's's's's'sssxfa ntssssxxxssstsxssssssxsssssssxxsssxsssxxssxsssss STQ . ??Q'8s'?s'J?QXX'3338 'JCC36363389sX'J3JQ3CC33CC?C338364 COMPLIMENTS OF GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL BOOSTER ASSOCIATIO THOMAS P GARDNER JR Complzmvnts o All Io: ms 0 Inwnanu DEWEES TYPEWRITER CO GL 6 3014 Royzl TJpcwr1tc1s CO 5 6367 322 Market Street Cfnmdcn, N 5 5s5N5 5 5s5s5s5s5x5 5 5 5 5 5 5x5s5 N 53 S 5N5s5 5 5 5x5s5s 5 5 55 5x'5x5 '5xS 5x5x5t5i'5s5- fs's's's'x'sx3s's'x's's's'a's'x s s s x x x x s s s s s x s s s s s s'x's's's's's's's's's's' . , . , f - - f . - - . - I K N s s s s s x s s s s x, x ,A 'JJ V'v83waAA' ""'1'i's'Yx my XCQYQQVV' ' ' 'QQ 'vi"i"s" " ' Comphments RAGEN S TRANSPORTATION CO lr-1-' T-u-w',,,,,,H"":'.,.,-'-f.n- . QXSN QQXX W Xxxx xxxx F L jl -I -ll Mx -X M! L - uv QXSQSS JQQQSSSSS 5 55555 55 Set ttxxtx CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATING CLASS OF 1956 ST MAURICE PARISH BROOKLAWN ,N.J. Q33Q838'JJ3?f383?0JJ0Q'q?J38?JJtx3x2J8?8883JQtsk'QKNM O :- ' I S , I - . m-4u. , 3- 11 -4!E'L.- ..... . -K' ' ' - X,,.w"'9LP1"'w'::::f:':?:a-"w,,,i mmWP.1ii'!ECE'-:::"' 'f:.fff.E::-!fF A I-4 --1,.. --V: -'Ji-'T-1'::::::::.JVT H, ""' . . """" """" " f ' ' X. ,.. : 5915 L' :- A-iiiii ---.5: .Ir ,-,.-.5 -43,5 -.-1g y'1::y ig lg" :.u:a-aa::"'5r-1-4---Q-X g1g4,g:,3 Q X L'-5-aka, 5, 55:51 -:, I-ET 1: Eg- , L'3-""11 -IWC" 1' u-ann 21- l"f . "' I' 2' 5 ..5-",L , up -:X llwffllk W , - U :nail ull I : 5 .-J A ,V ,- S. Il . .,, .-1 L..,n nun .wx Ilia-1-5 -5 llffjllg - 5 '-1 -11: wg, n n IJ lliln 'I I ,, 1- 1 g, , :.--,n YA mul ,n UI: lg : .I .,:lur1glIll:!..,: V1.5 -H: --Q 4, ' ,. ll j . . .1 '. '.:.fiu' -- I T, X, 3: gli -4 -ageimr. Q X g' X.. .. nh T3 .ij F3337 . L-N Fix A 'AMEX 2 r-1. A IL W I-was LE3. . P' :X S 'AMEX X55 f'-' 'S' " I -, N -X .,, , - - . A . - .rs mx :AMEX W- ' .ffm 1 A V, I A ,. , 4 nu 1 llfflh I . .- I ' .. ----f g g- is nvlwll R R 57 . 1 V ,V A gi-1- - -if .. .4 ,W Tl' -1--if 1 ,qs- -zrfli -W :fi '- -A1. u .,..,...- - " E- - ..-- K Agia-Y' ,i-A ---- L 7 x ssc ns.Qsxxxs?xcs,s,s,ixs5s,aCCcx?v 'x'c"""s?' C O Comphments WEST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BUILDING CONTRACTORS AUDUBON, N J Congratulatlons and Best Wlshe to the Class of 1956 Complxments A FRIEND KSQQKSSSXQSSKKNSSXKXX . of -nf Q I 55555555N5555555S5555555 . . s . of C833630638838384'803CQGQXR'833QJJJQRR's'QJ?s's'J88Jv?s s Complzments ST MARY'S GUILD Preszdent Thomas J Sullxvan Vzce Preszdent J Brxan Kearney Recordzng Secretary James A Calnon Ftnanczal Secretary Wxllxam F Murphy Treasurer Edmund G Whxttxngton iii Siiiiif iiiiiiiif Comphments EIL M 1 TYRE, SR 03??!q'?3s'nN't? 's's'JsX's'? N' 'CJs'8Qs's'Cs's'?CCJCQCQCJQQQJ , , sf' . I , . , . 0 o 1 ' 1 . O 1 . . . . 1 . . . v x5x5ifs5s5 S 5 Wx! S 5 5 5 5 5 555 5 Y 3 5 5 5 5 5 v.5 . O ' s. s s. C omplzments o GLOUCESTER CITY VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSOCIATION GLOUCESTER CITY No 1 PINE GROVE No 2 HIGHLAND PARK No 3 GLOUCESTER HEIGHTS No 4 C om plzments ACCORDIONS Rental Plan For Begznners Teacher Sent To Your Home ORGANS Home Church Audztorzum Two Year Payment Plan R E CONNELL Tlmber Creek 2 6765 Complzments THE STUDENT ST MARTS COUNCIL HOLY NAME SOCIETY ' f Of . for . . , - - - ' if l O O . C ' 5 55 5'SfSf55"5'5 55 5 5 5 555i55ccc.5l5 5 . . of of I C om plzments ST MARY PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION NEUNHEUSER S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE 237 North Broadway GLOUCESTER CITY N J Complzments BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA St Marys Troop No 66 Om Szrzcere Best Wfzsbes to the Class of 1956 P KEHOE COMPANY 255 N Fourth Street PHILADELPHIA 6 PA of of - 9 GLouCcstcr 6-00.6 - ' - ' 3 ,k i' Ro l , . . , , To the Class of 1956 God Bless You Complzments THE CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION BVM WM HOWARD LAFFERTY Complzments Complzments GLOUCESTER CITY COUNCIL ST JOSEPH s CHURCH No 674 Swedesboro N J KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS if Of Bellmawr Park, N. J. Of Of T ELLIS ROBB PIII mlmzg and H ea tm g Contractor 20 South Burlmgton Street GLOUCESTER CITY N J Complzmt nfs o HANNOLD 85 HANNOLD Law Ojices 15A Cooper Street WOODBURY N J Phone TI 5 1000 E Mllton Hlnnold Phone GL ouce sm 1, 1052 DOUGLASS SUPPLY COMPANY RCA Vzctor E5 Wfestmglaouse Products Sales E5 Serwce 230 NICHOLSON ROAD Gloucester Cxty N 1855 1955 A Cvntmj o Smuce THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 85 TRUST COMPANY Woodbury New Jersey Ma mba: Federal D1 posxt Insurance Corporatzon Drxu m Bankmg Atazlablc JULE 86 GORDS Good Luck GL 6 0500 GL 6 0501 WM J STUEBING Sales E5 Serwce Broadway and Monmouth Street TIS GLOUCESTER N J Majtaq Iromtt Fngxdane Applmnces Motovola R C A Dumont Complzments SUN RAY DRUG CO Frank T Cwlhhan Mgr 59 Kmgs Hxghway East HADDONFIELD N J HENDRICKSON 86 CO Real Estate E5 Insurance Smce 1905 19 Cooper Street WOODBURY, N J 1234 O . . 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Best Wzsbes Complzments to the CHARLES C COGAN CHUBBY S THEATER RESTAURANT Feat: rmg Worlds Most Famous Stars Full Course Dmners Cuteung Banquets and Part es Up to 450 People Open Sundays Black Horse P1ke at Collmgs Hut WEST COLLINGSWOOD N J FRANK RIZZO INC Contractor 39 Cooper Street WOODBURY N J Bell Phone FELLOWS LIQUOR STORE Wznes Lzquor Beer 1 12 South Broadway Oppos te Post Office GLOUCESTER CITY N J Graduatmg Class rom AND MRS ANGELO D1GIACOMO Complzments MAX'S CAFE SUBURBAN HEATING INC Fuel Ozl Serwce Installatzon 124 West Park Avenue HADDONFIELD N J HA 9 2384 24 hour Servxcc WY? LA POLLO'S AUTO PARTS Auto Glass Installed Wbzle You Wfaztn Old Broadway SOUTH WESTVILLE N J Phone Tllden 5 9751 . . . ' MR . . . A s s x xx xfi'Q' 3x'x'Qs?n'JJ5?A?s's'x'3s Af" ' 'W' "ff" ' ' ' " ' "' 'AV' ' " 'V' ' 'A a ' Q . 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Mrs Enrrght Pro Est 1925 ENRIGHT OIL SERVICE Fuel Orls Burner Sales Ser ure and Installatxon Delse1 Drrve at Turkey H111 Road Phone Tlldcn 5 2326 Westvrlle Grove 55555 555f555 5s5x WOODBURY APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER Washers and Drgers Automatrc and Wrrnger Type 645 N Broad Street Phone TIlden 5 3710 Woodbury, N J 'NNNNP "NfxNf5Nf5PVCwC?OQ4Qk4 TI 5 9861 Road Serwce WHEATON S TEXACO SERVICE Gasolrne Lubrreatron Tues Batterres Aeeessorxes 414 N Broad Street Woodbury N T s T 'Q LEON M CLAIR Realtor Insurance Crescent Boulevard at Traffic Crrcle GLoucester 6 0042 Brooklawn 5'55f5'55 555 55555 555 5'5'5'5'5' PISKER'S BAKERY 323 Delsea Drrve Westvxlle, N J JAMES MATTEO 8: SONS Scrap Iron and Metal Crown Pomt Road Thorofare New Jersey MIMI FASHIONS Famous Brands o Ladres Apparel and Accessorres 142 Broadway Westville, N s,455f5f555 55 555555xg5'55x W RIGLER S Gas and Grocerres Woodbury, N J '5555 555'5'5'5f5Q5g5s c5'5sf'55'5 TONY 8: BETTY CAFE Verga, N J S ' ' W evra we ' ' s rawvavcecccecw Phone GL 6 0567 The Electrrc Shop of F V SHERRER 10 S Burlmgton Street Gloucester Cnty, N J f .J. , -p. . . : - ,N. 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Llncoln 7 3000 AUDUBON HEATING CO Fuel Ozl Plumbing and Heating Speczalxsts 1210 White Horse Plke Oaklyn 6 N J rtftsb 5 5 VVV5 5 is Q VYVV M sfi CASS 8: BILL'S LUNCHEONETTE Subs Steaks Hamburgers Hot Dogs 210 South Third Street fvv0x'2's'?"Q'?3 ' ' ' s xY4?JsY?f Com plzments MR AND MRS STANLEY SOCHACKI '03 5"""'4' ' 'xQ JOE'S DELICATESSEN Fresh Meats and Grocerzes Hessnn and Red Bank Avenue 5 9867 Thorofare, BII..L'S MEAT MARKET 4 North Broadway Gloucester, N 4 C ' ' ' ""'C'4? 'Ce 4'twX TARLAN ONE HOUR CLEANERS "Your Satzs actzon Is Our Pro t Broadway and Cumberland Streets Gloucester, N J bfQfS V5 VV SfSf5fSfS xlfa ss sfsxvs, ' ' 'v'?" vafvx SHAMROCK CAFE Joseph Foley, Prop 5 9889 National Park 'J8 ? ' s7s5vsA ENIO S ATLANTIC SERVICE Broadway and Delsea Drxve Westvxlle, N J GL 6 9786 s sqfvvsAAA.fvv 'VVVVS VVVVVWVVVVVQ THE HOBBY SHOP 136 South Broad Street Woodbury, N J TI 5 1049 "V"4yw4"33 TI 5 4197 or 9894 Out tters or the Famzly WAYSIDE BARGAIN CENTER Army C5 Navy Haberdasbery Work Clotbmg Work or Dress Shoes Pants 430 N Broad St. Woodbury, N. TI 5 1456 John M Keller, Prop HUNT'S Your Tazlor We Operate Our Own Plant Red Bank and Atkms Ave , Thorofare N K""w'?v4Q '4'44 xv JOHNNY'S MARKET Brooklawn, N J il 'VN' "V'5'jl' 155. 153' Q9 l"V.'V'Q' li. lx KEENAN S TV SERVICE CO Radxo TV Record Player Repazrs 239 North Broadway GL 6 2522 V VVVV5 5'SfSfSfSfSfl vvvvvs Qtcc V x BARRY BROS Texaco Fuel Oal Famous Rearlzng Antbraczte 00 Broadway Westvnlle, N Compliments WOODBURY DAILY TIMES Woodbury, N J A"8Qv'x' 4' ,V Compllments COUNCILMAN WILLIAM G FLEXON vw 'v ,vs 555554 544444 w SYKES FLORISTS Flowers for All Occaszons Broadway and Hudson Streets Phone GL 6 2658 23'C "6v4xf3? ? FACTORS TO YOU FURNITURE CORP 914 Black Horse Pnke fBetween Nxcholson Rd and Kmg's Hgwy J West Collmgswood Hexghts, N J GL 6 2469 wN TI 5 2884 GL 6 2494 GENERAL INSURANCE Harry L Beckett 4 0 Hemlock Terrace Woodbury, N VV' wv Auto Fzre Casualty Marme Low Rates J WALKER PIERSON Agent and Broker "For the Best Buy an Insuran 2027 Federal St , Camden 5, N J W0 3 7531 Prompt Serwce 5 'SQ BQ '54 ' n . , . . - . , . J. ' 94 x x's'xs s Q x s'x 'ss 'ccvsaa s' , " P' w Q. xx, 5 1 , , . . "P s ess s x f xf P 4 I 4, Av f 5 , 9 . of . - .. QQJJC 1 x s xx fx ' ' Q. 3343 e sf 4, . . TI - N. J. 3 . J. 'VVV 'V94' xfsfvxfsfsfsfsfsfsfbfv sfbxfvvvvsfbfvfs 'sfv Q3C'Q,'4',8M'JJJ8 14 sA7sYCvsAA k,vvvvsfxfsAfs,xfvs?q'2sA,afva,4AA,vsfsfQf'vv4 of . J. . . 'xc svvvgvs Q, sf Q 54 1 I C' 'CQ , - f - fi as of O I ' 'V x ,Cys 'PP nav ssAA"C xi' P sfsfsxx "ifvsfsfv av . . TI - ' - - . K P nf 5' ' f use ' 'V . sax' 'P f e , O , . . ' ' . . . . ' Ci' 2' , . . - , 5 . 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GL 6 0423 Smgzcal B1 aces JOE S SHOE SHOP Joseph Tedesco, Prop 526 Monmouth Street Gloucester, N AUGHENBAUGH FOOD MARKET Brown and Bergen Street Gloucester Cnty, N J 8?x""'J"?A' xxxxx!s'!f.?"i"8Q MOSTEIG S BAKERY Bnthzlay Cakes and Weddzng Cakes 20 North Brown Street GL 6 3983 Gloucester, N c45'5f55x5Q55 554 vc V'5f5f5fV ROBERT MILLER Excavatzng 175 Hughes Avenue Gloucester N C? "JxX"x x "x Xi'x,x'3Qxfx'?Q xxfx TI 5 9720 TI 5 2933 RESNICK'S PHARMACY 619 N Broad Street North Woodbury, N J ' V' ' '?4?x 'J 8xk'QX'x'x? '3x xfxxxv' V' H J WILLIAMS st soNs Tzmken Oil Heat 903 05 Somerset Street Gloucester Cnty, N J V833 ' 'CCB ' V6 xfx ' 'QQ 3' 'COCK' 'x GL 6 3253 PAUL B HEYNE 200 Pans Avenue Brooklawn I LEE A MCCLELLAN Glassboro and Evergreen Avenues Woodbury, N J Tllden 5 9758 Q5 '5'S'5f'5'V5'5'W S5'5'Sf5fS'5'55'S Compliments o NICK'S BARBER SHOP 901 Browmng Lane Bellmawr Terrace, N J 4Qx'??x'x x x,8xxY8'+?"""V' ' XV Compliments DICK AND JOE Bon FITTIPALDI 554 '5f9 '55 VQVV Compliments o TURNEY MOTORS Dodge and Plymouth Sales and Servzce Broadway at ersey Avenue GL 6 5200 Gloucester, N Sc 54,Q'5f5f5'V'5'5'55 Sw TRUCKING SERVICE Rxchard E Slawter 213 Woodbme Avenue Westvxlle bfSfSf x xfxfxf Cx? xx, 5 'x?x?x,' xfx Compliments FRANK'S CLEANERS V 'S 'S 3 '55 VV?" Complzments o JOHN L READER Atlantzc Gas Statzon Brooklawn, N J 6044 33? xX'x?'x'?x'3 xxfx?x'?x Complzments o ED S DELICATESSEN 227 Evesham Road Runnemede, N J eecwuxw eeef H Nvvveewfv STEWART W ROBERTS Sheet Metal Work 301 Kmgs Hnghway, Crescent Park Phone YEllowstone 1 7727 Bellmawr 00304 ' 'x'3xA5?x7'xYx"3CQs?' V' ' CQQ Phone GL 6 0091 RAY BETS Lzquor Store New Broadway Brooklawn . . . . . - , J, - Vx'?x'x'x'x'x5x'x x x x'x'x'x'x'x'x'x x'x,x xfx x x x x"e4 Qt 5 vxfx xex x x x x cJxBxxx xfxxx xlx x xfxfxfx' . . - - f . . l I - I I l . . . . , . . f vvx s f t 7 x xxxx'c f x-xfxfs A70 iv xfxxxxfxx 2 4 9 Of . . - , . . 3' T sc 15333 5 Q 5'NsNTiTiTc i'N'cv1'Y iv! 833434 xfxxfx x'x'x'x"x'x'x'Cx x x7x'C?x x Qxffxfvxx x xfx' Q . . J . J. ' . f 7 xxxxxxxx'x'Jx?xx I xxx'x3x'xBxfx,4 31 if xxxfxxxxxxfcxxfxx' xx A, . , , , N x x x x, x x x'x'x' ' 5 5 ' xt x cxfxff fxxxfxfxfcxfxf 'C ' ' 'x' C? 5 'xfxfxf xfvxi , 0 of - . J. ,xx x xfx'x'x'Qcxfx x x'x'x'?x? 5 xfxx x,x xc ex3Ce??x,x, x x'x x Cx xf . I - J- . . ? cxx f x so xx x 'x ' 1 7 I s x' 'N 'x QQ ,QA ,V 556,55 ' , , Q45 ' ' 1 . . . I I x s x s v s s s , 'fxxxx' B 'B' ' """ fx? xxx sxfxxxxcvxfwxfx xfvvw . . . . . : - , N c x s, xxfx, xfx' ' 'xx vw xfxce ,xv xgftv . , - . , N. . N 3 H E BINKLEY Sc to S1 00 Store 158 Broadway Westvxlle, N ???"s?'i'3""Q?"' 'V' 3383 Csya BOB S BARBER SHOP 204 Lane Avenue Gloucester, N J 8 S Stax 545335 5 NIVJSWWV5 5 5 5 5 Neg RANKINES SPECIALTY SHOPPE Hosxery Lxngene Sportswear 106 N Broadway Gloucester Cnty, N J x x?'ss, "sAX?2?8'Q'4?s xvxvvav 5 10 BEN FRANKLIN STORE 510 Self Serwce 529 Monmouth Street Gloucester ERNEST M SAVIDGE Tevaco Gasolme Certified Lubrzcatxon Battery Scrwce Tzres and Tubes Broadway and Cumberland Street Gloucester Cnty, N J 5333 B 4800 P 'CQ? P ' BEN S SANITARY BARBER SHOP 3 Barbers Hessxan Avenue National Park s? ?i'?3JsQ ?AQ FRANKLIN CLEANERS, INC Try Our Sbxrt Serwce 3016 Mt Ephraim Ave W Collingswood, N OCC ' ' ' V' sitio e 8Qeews WM B SNELBAKER 8: SON Gramte and Marble Memorzals 43 Cooper Street 5 0634 Woodbury, N P V683 x??2fV8 0Q' ' WHOLESALE PHOTOGRAPIC SUPPLY Motxon Pxcture Equipment Camden Photo Servxce 969 Florence St Camden N WO 4 3503 6 1005 P QPCNOQQQPC ? 'Vis COUNTY ESSO SERVICENTER Martm G Lynam, Jr , Prop 24 Cooper Street Phone TI 5 9897 Woodbury, N. J. Dzamonds Elgzn Watches A C ELWELL Watcbmaker and jeweler 531 Monmouth Street 6 3356 Gloucester N 3v' w's'v'3x'w'2QQ?x'x'a' 'w'vQ CLEARY'S OFFICE SUPPLIES 110 South Broadway L 6 1199 Gloucester Cxty, N J Q"5f'5"'V5mS'5'5'5 '555mfV'5'53'5'555f5 Phones Of , TI 5 0555 Home, TI 5 2249 JACK B GREEN Partner P Mason Fox Agency 31 Cooper Street Woodbury, N ' vvvx '4A,vsA,"""sY' TUT'I'IE'S General Mercbandzse and Varzety Store 300 Market Street Gloucester, N J Phones GL 6 9881 6 9859 W Tully, Pro GL 6 3630 HEIMS Wise Potato Clnps 0C UCs"7a?x?a'X?s'?'4'???3Qs'?3n?x? Complnnents A FRIEND 'QQ 'CQCXQOQTCO "4AAA,?AX"V" ' CQ? ' '30 TESCHKO'S FOOD MARKET Fzne Meats and Grocerzes Free Delwery GL 6 0628 3QQ?8 ?Q 23880 Q 5' MESTER'S Vzszt Our New Haberdasbery Department Tazlor Made Slacks Formal Wear to Hzre 339 341 Market Street 3s"sf"?Cs? 0v QQ ' 0Qv May Success Attend You All BROADWAY PHARMACY Walter E Callahan, Prop 'va"32,"'vs?0Xs?s'? ? CQ3QvVC4vO GL 6 0306 ALICE BEAUTY SALON 601 Monmouth St. Gloucester . . . . ' ' - . . . J. GL - , . J. , , , 5 ' 7 xx xf ss n-vvsfaAfva5fQ uf e 1 ' ' 3 O l - ' . G I gxvgx Via ',,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, assxfsfssf -ssfxssxxsxfl , g , - 5 - . . . - 3 1 . . i J. ?'s3' ,sf"4.'s's'sYvv' 4'3""'7' S f ' f 4 . . , N. J. . . - - - . p. ?Q383w'x'v's'?? ??8tts 94V38QQCJtQs!1 YvY'QsAi"sAfsV7s?Q' 'CQ Qs? w' ' 0s? COX . . . e v v x ' w uvsysfsx r Q , K I , we 5 1 0.f , N. J. , I ,,, V Q. as . us, . . . . . J. - ' s9iAAfsQ'5 50 ' V xxx' 4 Qu ' Xgyvvc . . ' . TI - , J, - - Qs QXZQW f Q, fs fvafxf' 1 4 if Q, 'P . , . J. GL ' ' K3 x' Q, sf Q. Qss, ' g Q . . . : - N J , O'DONNELL'S JUST FINE Fooo JOHN SEXTON 85 CO The Natzonal Cham Wholesale Grocers P O Box S08 PHILADELPHIA PENNA WtJMC JhRMC McCANN'S FUNERAL HOME A Cond t oned Brown Street at Monmouth Street GLOUCESTER CITY N J Pho e GLouceste 6 1142 Complzments GLOUCESTER CITY MEN'S REPUBLICAN CLUB Drmk COCA COLA zn Bottles Compliments ST GREGORY'S Magnolxa . A 'xx ' ' ' 'sR"3Q'Q'?s?33 ' " 'QEQGQCQCC . !"'sp""8J'47sR 500303 'Qvvx' '4'Q'i'd?3?33? - 0 . . . ?sYC423X?Q3s'!Q xvvvxs "3a,Y""?q,"CQQ3 sA,"QsA,'xQ O I , ' 1 ?s?sfsA,""'s7sA"5JA,s7Cs?QQ ' 'QQCQCCQCQCCJQ aler . cann on . cann of U xr 1 1 C , . . n : r - jewelers or Your Class Rings DIEGES 8: CLUST Manufacturnng jewelers 17 John Street New York 8, N 'PV' s'?s7v"4fxV' V' Llncoln 7 6955 THE ACADEMY OF DANCING Mary E Snsom, Dzrector 18 W Nncholson Road Audubon 6, N J '??"""' " Clssffivv Complxments BROOKLAWN POLICE DEPARTMENT W55e5ccSS5'S 55W'54' 5 S vi Congratulatzons f'0m BROWN'S BUS SERVICE P XX' se? 'J ' A C SCHULTES 8: SONS Contractors Artesnan Wells and Pumps Woodbury, N J vvvvvv vx xfx 'Ps 'x!s"vsxxxxx V xs? A GL 6 0494 BLANDY CARRIGAN Real Estate Mortgages Appraxsals 140 N Broadway Gloucester Cnty, N xfvvvv ,3 fxfx4fxfx vvvx 5 'wana Qs s x x's'v xwxfxxi 'vvvaf L H PARKE COMPANY Parkes Instxtutzonal Supplners o Fxne Foods Packed to Order Qualnty Canned Foods 7746 Dungan Road Phnladelphna ll Pa iJJ3wAAmvwx Ps??3Q2tVx?x"Q2' Complnnents DELLES AUTO BODY Brooklawn, N J BROOK'S JERSEY INN Where Old Friends Meet' 412 New Broadway Phone GL 6 8894 Brooklawn, N J '6Qx?3"'C" ' " ' 'iff Complnments HONEY DEW Oaklyn N Pete Mullen Ted Greer 0Q'VsX' 'C P' """VV"'s'?" GL 6 4068 Free Delwery J 85 J FOOD CENTER Meats Grocernes Fruzt and Produce 400 Hunter Street Gloucester, N J x xxx vvvv xx Qxqxsfsxxgvxxfxfs TWIN BAR, INC Western Entertaznment Every Nxgbt Broadway and Market Street Gloucester Cnty, N J ' s xs4?0's?"i'l" xvxsA3's'Q Phone Tllden 5 3020 ESTELLE LIND SHOP Hats Dresses Sknrts Blouses G: ts Danly 1 P M to 9 30 P M Open Sunday Crown Ponnt Road Thorofare, N JQO "0Q? 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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1956 Complnments GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION 555 S5 5 V95 5555 VV? Phone GL 6 0681 SCHOENBORN FLOWERS Cut Flowers and Potted Plants " or All Occasions Nxcholson Road and Crescent Blvd West Collnngswood Heights, N J xx' wx 5"iV'iV' " iw, '55 55 5'V'5f'5f5'5f5'555'5'5 O BRIEN BROS Photographers Weddzng Photos Portrazts Chzldren s Photos Partzes 408 Monmouth Street GL 6 4695 Gloucester vvvvvs vvvvsfs xsxx sf afvvsfs, xxx" PQVJCVV' MacLENNAN ESSO SERVICE Speczalx ed Lubrzcatzon Expert Tubeless Tzre Repairing Complete Battery Shocks Mu lcrs and TazlP1pe Serwce if? V 5 V V5 V5 VVV5' PAULSBORO LOCKER PLANT AND SUPPLY CO INC R F D Paulsboro, N J a xs's's XXX VV"' Jack, Class of '42 Edward, Class of '52 HARKINS' DAIRY Brooklawn, N J GL 6 3180 55 SQVSV Compliments o GREEN VALLEY FARMS Quality Dazry Products Complnnents o AMERICAN LEGION POST No 72 Brooklawn, N J VSQQVVSQQ 'VV '5'5f5f5'SfV"5S 54 JOHN M STEWART Insurance 55 5 f5'5f5A5sf'f 'S 55 VW Complzments o NEW JERSEY BOTTLING CO Camden, N J l -n ?Qs'xs s 35 x i's's'3i xfvsfi ffs s Q, x cx5s'Cs,s,x,1 ?QeccxYvwxfx Qs s 3x,q,QqA 4 4 xx qv, , ,,, . - y ' l F . ,, . , . . x s s 'vs . . - l N ts s I Q3 s' f 4, xf s sxccixw r x' if xxx x sA,Q3x, vsccei Z - . . . ssssss s v sssss 5444 , , Km x x s x Q s xx s, xx xx x s s x x x'x'Jvs s xx x 1 vt wxI?s's'3sYs3s?a7s's?s'f3X's'!3CCCAYXOCCC . ., . O I I , O O . . V vc w 'v 4 vsvxvcgt x , x QQQVQQQQQQQQQ 'CC an Q x wx 3x A JCx4a Q x x s 5 33Q'Jwx 2 . . . Ps'?s's's'x'Cs s ??i'??3s'x7x'w Q. ve n 4, 333636 n, m vcsfsfsf ' x Qi Jw, x Csfs s QCCCJ . . 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