Good Counsel College - Vestigia Yearbook (White Plains, NY)

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Cahill is held at Good Counsel College. and to give expression more durahlc than words to our thankfulness for his personal concern. helpfulness. and spiritual assistance. we seniors dedicate this Ycstigia to him. For many years Father Cahill served us in the capacity of chaplain and has held a prominent place among the members of the faculty. as professor of Religion. Two years ago F3tllCl',S new appointment to Francis dc Sales Parish in New York necessitated his removal from St. Ber- nard's Parish in White Plains. His connections with our college. however. have not been severed, for he has remained a loyal friend and spiritual adviser and has manifested his interest in us hy his constant presence at our activities and has continued to give us spiritual counsels hy means of his instructions in Religion. We earnestly feel that the dedication of this volume to Father Cahill is hut a small acknowl- edgement in view of the many services he has rendered us. hut coupled with it is the heartfelt appreciation of a grateful class. THE REWREND THOMAS P. CAHILL IN MEMORIAM 1884-1947 Our hearts are filled with sadness over the unexpected death of our late beloved honorary President and one of our dearest friends, the Right Reverend Monsig- nor ,loseph A. Breslin, D.D. It was a privilege for us to know and love him. Monsignor Brcslin's career was one which earned for him great esteem and distinction. His elevation to the priesthood took place in Rome in 1913. The following year he received his Doctorate of Divinity. During the first Wo1'ld Wfar he entered the chaplain corps. and in token of his courage and heroic self-sacri- rice was presented with the Distinguished Service Medal. In France where be was chaplain at the camp at St. Nazairc, he achieved an enviable record. Upon his return to the United States. he was assigned to St. ,loseph's Church, Manhat- tan where he remained ten years. His interest in the young of the parish was widespread and his troops of Boy and Girl Scouts were the largest units then in the United States. In 1925 Monsignor Breslin was re-called to Rome where he became vice Rector of the North American College, a post which entailed serving as host to many dignitaries visiting the Vatican City. ln 1926 the late Pope Pius XI conferred upon him the honor of Private Chamberlain to the Holy Father with the title of Very Reverend Monsignor. ln 1936 he was raised to the rank of Domestic Prelate with the title of Right Reverend Monsignor. ln December of that year he re- turned to the United States and the late Patrick Cardinal Hayes appointed him pastor of the Church of St. John the Evangelist in White Plains. ln January 1940 he was appointed Dean of Westchester County by our beloved Cardinal Spcllman and at that time assumed the responsibilities of honorary President of our col- lege, succeeding his late brother, the Right Reverend Monsignor Patrick N. Breslin, D.D. 1n Wlhite Plains lVlonsignor Breslin was active in youth work and helped to form the huge Catholic Youth Organization. He labored for years for the estab- lishment of a Catholic boys' high school and spent himself in the campaign launched recently for the Archbishop Stepinac High School for boys. Monsignor Breslin was held in deepest affection here at Good Counsel and his name will be retained forever in benediction. First and foremost a priestly priest. he manifested toward us on all occasions his unfailing kindness, sympathy, gener- osity. loyalty. and deep interest in our college. Vt'e keenly feel his passing, but we shall ever keep alive the memory of those outstanding qualities which en- deared him to our hearts. May we ever honor him by remaining true to the ideals he held so dear. THE LATE RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR JOSEPH A. BRESLIN, D.D v-Y ,V .' ff'- '.c, ' ,- S Ilm,lw1ss POP!-I I'll's XII Ewgofffz, new QM-Q-f4wffd7L"'4L'M"v ' Fur: Nlowr HM Hmzxn J-Unis li. Kmnwzv. DD Bishop of Rnrhvslvr ur Ti 510111 HEN WE PLANT A TREE, WE ARE DOING WHAT WE CAN TO MAKE OUR PLANET A MORE WHOLESOME AND HAPPIER DWELLING-PLACE FOR THOSE WHO COME AFTER US IF NOT FOR OURSELVEST Aell llfe lUQI"0 .gI"Q5Al'l'l8I'l . . . NVIIIIIFPTQ flrmrimy In Ihe seienee fleparlnzenls When we first arrived at Good Counsel in September. l9-13. we felt like a tiny, lonely pine tree. While its trunk was straight. its hranehes were small and soli- tary. So we. too. were awkward and lonely and remained thus through those initial hours until the time of our introduetion to the Sisters. to other lllCllllJCl'S of our elass. and finally. to the upperelassmen who re- turned two days after our arrival at college. Before long. however. we were able to find our way around. Several social gather- ings were held lay eaeh of the upper classes. and hy the time we had attended the sophomores' outdoor supper on the "roek": the juniors' eider and doughnut partyg and the seniors' formal tea. we hecanle well acquainted with one another and all senti- ments of loneliness at last vanished. .4 preview glunre nl IIFPNIIIII Hull ' grin l - 1 ff l'l L-E I I L-E 12 "In contemplation of created things By steps we may IISCPIIII to God." NX v might any that our oflic-ial hirthslay was invvstituro clay. Xovmiihvr 8th. On that ot-vuaion. Hi, l"iXl'txll1'lll'y. tho Most Rf-vc-rmul ,lanncs E. Keariivy. D.D.. Bishop of Hovlu-str-r. prt-svntt-cl to us our raps anml gowns. the garh roprvsontativc of our new rvsponsihilitit-s as Catholic vollcgc- stuflvnts. ln his aultlress Bishop K0z1rm'y impressed us with tht- rt-minalvr that Our Lafly of Gooal Counsf-l woultl always ht- with us to comfort us antl to ht-lp us xuukm- our slerisions. Our honorary presiclf-nt. the Right Hovormld Mon- signor ,lost-ph A. Brvslin. D.D.. also prvsitlwl at tho vxc-1'c'is0s. During the ne-xt month we- witnf-ssoml the- solc-muity of our first retrt-atg thc hard-Carnefl FIIITCSS of our tulrlt- at tht- hazaar: the worry and svurry of quarterly examinations: untl finally. tht- thrill of tht- junior prom which some of us attvndml. NYC were then well prvparewl to 1-njoy at hrivf rvspite at rlllianksgiving. For some of us it mvant the first trip homt- sinu- S1'pll'lllll0l'. The Izmlern party opens the j'PlH'.S socinls 919' i ,l happy l.hflSlllIllW1ll ull' Early in December the Glee Club pre- Fordham Uni- sented a joint concert with 'l versity. The chief freshman who contrl J- her talents was Sara l..aBarhe1'a. Ever after we depended upon her for entertain- uted at all our parties. For several weeks we worked diligently to keep up with our II16I1t als for our first studies between the rehears l carol night. We freshmen held most of t ie ositions of honor in that beautiful pag- P eant. We wore ' W ith fragile angel wings, rich roy omber shepherd costumes. delicate white dresses w al robes, jaunty page suits, or s En route to class with new joy as We sang all the old carols d the the procession wended its way aroun returned to the snow-covered campus and ' ' M t chapel for solemn Benedlctlon of the os Blessed Sacrament. lt was on that evening, too, that we commenced our Christmas re- cess. The holiday -e- joice in the program that c Winter descends on our pavilion s over, we returned to 1 losed the Christ- Three early risers Along the way mas season. which consisted in the hurning of the Yule-tide trees and the singing of carols outdoors. Hur fifth War Loan Drive was launched just hefore the January CXHIII- inations. The new term opened with a farewell in honor of Mrs. Haley. formerly Miss lfvelyn Hyan. professor of German and history. She had joined the United States Army signal forces. Mr. l.eo l. Kearney. long respected and esteemed memlver ofthe faculty. was also lauded hy the college on the occasion of his fortieth anniversary as a memher of the New York City Board of Education. :Xt the same celebration. Bishop Kearney in- vested nine new freshmen in their caps and gowns. ln Fehruary the Red Cross Linit was organized and many of us proved our interest in its activities. We then held a Valentine tea dance which was well attended. A number of freshmen took part in the Lenten play and on St. Patrickis Day our class had perfect attendance at the parade in New York. Many rehearsals were held in preparation for the Gay Nineties Revue. "The Barbershop Wiimlowf' as the musical was called. proved well worth the time and elforts it had taken to write and produce it. The next red letter day was May 6th. the date set for the freshman dance. The forsythia. cherry hlossoms. dogwood. and violets which covered the campus proved very heautiful decorations for the affair. Before the final examinations were scheduled we attended the traditional lrirthday dinner: thc senior spring dance: and the celehration of our heloved Reverend Nlother Mary Aloysia's anticipated feastday. Mass was offered for her and a special program was presented in the auditorium in her honor. The last week of our freshman year made us realize that we. too. would take part in those same ceremonies hut a few years hence. We eagerly watched the sophomores carry their lovely ivy chain: the juniors rise to senior rank at pine walk: and lastly. the seniors win their laurels for four years of endeavor. With the impress of class day exercises and commencement still hright in our minds we lnade one another farewell with promises to write often and with plans to return in the full. ",Yulure ix beautiful. ulzcnys beuulifuI."' .gn- I. 4 1 - AT' 'U ur Tiainrll A I fi P91-f HE PINE IS THE MOTHER OF LEGENDS." ' .S30l9A0I1'l0I'Q Qlll' . . . ,-Ks our evergreen flourished in height and stretched its sweeping green hranches into the sun. so we advzlnccd as sophomores into the second vcar. Perhaps we did not write so often us we lmfl planned to do during the summer hut we made up for it hy our lieurty greetings when we saw one another upon our return the f ll ' 9 0 owing .eptemher. The first function at the heginning of the scholastic veur was the celchration of the Mass of the Holy Spirit Irv the Right Revcrend Monsignor Joseph A. Breslin. D.D.. Honorary President. ln between the various parties we managed to hccome acquainted with the new fresh- men for whom thcrc had heen a week of shouting "Timber" as we watched the new- comers shiver at our words. Xl e formally hecame sophomores when our tussels were turned hy thc president of the Student Council on Septemher twenty-seventh. At the ceremony. the Reverend H. Rush 9 .. A touch of Heiflelburg we 0 As time goes on March seventeenth on Fifth Avenue They were freshmen then Rankin, SJ., reminded us of our responsibilities. One of our early tasks was to give the annual HalloWe'en party at which time Juliette Chapdelaine's unique recitation of nlsittle Orphan Anniew was memorable. Then While the students made preparations for the bazaar we had our thoughts also on the Wlest Point Military Ball, a great sophomore event of the year. No one can imagine the anxious weeks that preceded it before we knew who would be the chosen few permitted to attend. Wllen the hall was over and the bazaar successfully brought to a close, we turned our attentions to oratory and dramatics. Several sophomores spoke on the Wlestchester Catholic Hour and also made up the largest part of the Christmas play cast. Jean Murphy acted notably as old Ebenezer Scrooge and the costumes and stage properties were most convincing. We attended the annual Christmas banquet and then assembled for the carol night pageant before We took leave of Good Counsel for the holidays. Hjoy and Cladnessu rang across the campus and His Excellency, Bishop Kearney, celebrated Solemn Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. After the vacation We were present at the party which fittingly closed the Christmas season. A new war bond campaign was openedg the first debates of the term were 19 Dressefl up for Easier In praise of Hur Blesserl Mother -i s. But like delivered: and Hnally. the sehedule for the examinations was presented to u all others. they. too. passed away with few easualties and then Betty Sehneider began her relentless seareh for manuscripts for the Vox Sludentium, the sophomore puhliea- tion. liehearsals were in progress for the Lenten play, The Cloth of Sendony, in whieh Nlargaret Camp played the leading role. ln March on the feast of St. Thomas Aquinas. our first philosophy symposium was given. Many of us were memhers of that learned eirele. The first week of May hrought the sophomore danee along with rumors of peaee in liurope. A few days later those rumors were eonfirmed and immediately special serv- iees of thanksgiving were held in the eollege ehapel. Throughout the entire year, we had offered partieular prayers for peaee and students kept eonstant adorations hefore the Blessed Saerament for the intentions of Our Holy Father. There were May Day devotions throughout our Blessed Mother's month and on Mothelfs Day we were host- esses to all the sodalities of East W'estehester on wlorld Wlide Sodality Day. The program for eommeneement week kept us well oeeupied the first week of June. We sang and played games on field day, enjoyed the strawherry festival, and eagerly watehed the seniors hestow pine walk on the juniors. On elass day we presented to the graduates our ivy ehain and Maria Staek, our President.. wished them well in the name of all of us. The following day we saw the seniors reeeive their diplomas from His Emi- nenee, Cardinal Spellman. Not long after the strains of "Pomp and Cireumstaneeu had faded. we said good-lnye to Cood Counsel for the summer. 20 ur Ti 5111111 Y-N T HAS NURSED INTO LIFE AND FRESHNESS THE GERM OF A GREAT PINEY, ,.,- 4, :- Our pine tree almost reached its fullness re- fleeting our own progress toward our goal. Septemher 1945 found us hack at Good Coun- sel as mature juniors. The first thing we did was to eompare notes on how we had eelehrated V-J Day. Mail hegan to hring shouts of 'LHe's eoming home." instead of "He's moving to another island. l eanit pronounee it." Faeed with an enormous freshman elass, some of us found ourselves with as many as three "sis- tersv. Wie were well aware of the large numhers when we assemhled for the Mass of the Holy Spirit eelehrated hy the Right Reverend Mon- signor ,loseph A. Breslin. D.D., Honorary Presi- dent. when the eollege ehapel was filled to over- flowing. Ill .,..---"""1 ' A gl ,me-. ',. , ... L-511 N The pride ol the biologists 22 Vile at once undertook our great project of the year, the publication of the Prestoninn. ,lane Markey and Dorothy Mullins were elected edi- tor-in-cllief and assistant cditor respectively. The ue included pictures of Constance Conroy first iss who had entered the novi- and Theresa Kelley f l Relivious of the D tiateo tie C, t Sister Mary Gaudentia and ivine Compassion and who are now Sister Mary Edward. l A meeting of the N.F.C.C.S. was hcld at Goof 'Iission YVeek was Counsel early in the term. ll '. . I ohserved at a special assembly during wluch t 16 Reverend Vincent ,lcffers of the Propagation of ' di- the Faith addressed the students on the lmme ate needs of the missions and also mentioned and lauded the assistance that we had given them. Mr. Edward ,l. King, a representative of .t - f . 3, the Navy Depar tion on the condition of the m tment gave us iilsthand ln o1n1 issions in the Pa- cific area where he had hecn serving for a long riod of llll1C pe . Then the snowslorm And the King was born Congratulations to Monsig nor Corrigan -L 1 N- '15, I 1 I , 4 5 fffpn NJ!! 4 ' 1 . li. zl..k m' i R. N, L, V' I,-vu mv Sllulin "7'lw rhururnfr lvllirlz I lrlllll ynu lo nolirv in Ilw pinv im ils l',XlfIliNilP lilwlwss. Ullwr lrvvs rixv uguinsl llw Airy in IIIHS unfl knots. bu! lllis in frirrgvsf' Fun T he social season opened with a Sodality tea dance on October twentieth. Later in the month we joined the throngs lining each side of the Hudson River to pay tribute to the victorious fleet at the river pageant presented by the City of New York as an expression of thanks to the Navy. Wlxile the sophomores attended the Military Ball, we tended shop at the annual bazaar in November. Judging from the inventory of the table afterwards we realized that our efforts were crowned with success. Later Dorothy Stanton put us among the ini- mortals when her poem,"Day's Endfwas selected for inclusion in the Annual Anthology of College Poetry. December was strictly a junior month. It opened with our prom and closed with the College ring ceremony. The prom was held in Preston Hall which was artistically dec- orated with pine branchcs. Poinsettias, and a sprig of mistletoe hanging from the center of the dining rooln. On December nineteenth our beloved President, Reverend Mother Mary Aloysia. presented us with our rings at the traditional ceremony an d reminded us and froliv at Christnms Iime The juniors turn editors A, .. x f ..,,.. .m'.X 4 -X' 5?-'Wifi J- - . , , . ,Z - 1 ' V , ' ' ' .' , Q '2-, ' , lx1-.QQ4. 1-'s- ' ,xi LY. . I ., 1, Q- ".,, :Iv uf- ':.jr'v.- 't f . VA,-QI" 2,4-,f':,-Q'-I,1. ' '-1.- ' ' - -Q 4' T ' - - . Tl Q' ff. ,,l'-7,-3'f4f'1. ' 1 '.,- ,v -N ' -f.-,4-L. -'sf 8 . ua"--. a '-15" ' 4'-'1 V - '.Nl1lllf0f.HlhP gift of Cnrlfg of the ie college shield which is inscribed on our ring. Few of us wore gloves to the Christmas dinner the next evening so that we might keep gazing at our beautiful garnets. A heavy snowstorm sent those who live at a distance home before the carol night pageant, but there were still sufficient carolers to fill the ranks. The moon shone full on the fresh snow, revealing the brilliant costumes of the kings and pages. After Bene- diction in the chapel we departed for home to spend the Christmas holidays. January arrived and the imminent threat of examinations was before us, but like all other tests, they, too, passed away. Mrs. Veronica Dengel in her series of lectures aimed to bring about a campaign for self-improvement. The Mission Bridge was held again at the Hotel New Yorker. Clare Bender was chairman of the affair, so we felt it a special feat of our class when the bridge was so successful. Rehearsals for Career Angel and the Clee Club Concert were numerous in early spring. The play was presented on March first. The concert was given at the end of the month at the Hotel Plaza in New York. On the feast of St. Thomas Aquinas, the Philosophy Symposium was held. The topic of discussion was '4The Family". We as participating members of the Aquinas Philosophy Club beamed forth from the front rows at our colleagues who had prepared and deliv- ered important themes on G'The Familyw. That month brought the first fair St. Patrick's Day during our college years and it was with great pride that Fifth Avenue in New York to take ' ' we paraded up part 1n the celebration. significance of tl A banquet tribute to the seniors .-I group from the class of 19-10. NX ith April approaching. the Lenten play hecame the next calendar event. lt was The Second Cluuzee and the Juniors comprised a large part of the cast. Also in keeping with the season were the Lenten sermons delivered each Friday by the Reverend Morgan J. tTBrien. The Easter vacation arrived. the magnolias hloomcd and the dogwood and rhododen- drons around Our Ladyis Shrine made an exquisite scene. Wie returned from the holidays and counted the days that remained until graduation. A meeting ofthe Science Hound 'liahle was held at Good Counsel. On that occasion a valuable lecture was given hy the Reverend joseph Lynch. SJ.. of Fordham University. The following week Dr. Ross Hoffman. also of Fordham, visited our college and addressed us on the topic of the Li. N. U. Suddenly the excitement of the week of final examinations loomed up hefore us. Attendant upon it. however. was the enjoyment of final cluh parties. Meanwhile we still practiced "Emitte Spiritum Tuumn and "The Pilgrimis Chorus" for the graduation exercises. ln spite of threats the weather was clear for pine walk ceremony and we heeame seniors as we received our lighted candles from those in the departing class. rllllls ceremony and the junior-senior hanquct were happy occasions for us hut they were also tinged with sorrow, for as we hade farewell to another senior class, we realized that just a year from then we would say adieu to our college days. Happily, though, we looked to our senior year. and amid the tolling of our chapel hells. we uttered a sincere prayer that Cod would make us worthy of performing our duty as seniors-of upholding tht- high ideals of Good Counsel College. 28 ur Ti 5111111 6 I FAINT, LOW MURMUR, RISING AND FALLING ON THE ' WIND. NOW IT COMES ROLLING IN UPON ME WAVE AFTER WAVE OF SWEET, SOLEMN MUSIC. THERE WAS A GRAND ORGAN SWELL: AND NOW IT DIES AWAY AS INTO THE INFINITE DISTANCE: BUT I STILL HEAR IT-WHETHER WITH EAR OR SPIRIT I KNOW NOTGTHE VERY GHOST OF SOUND .... IT IS THE VOICE OF THE PINES YONDER-A SORT OF MORNING SONG OF PRAISE TO THE GIVER OF LIFE AND MAKER OF BEAUTY." enior ear . . . Nunn-rous 1'llilllg,14'S haul take-n plava- at I 'g Q 'Q Q Cungrutululiuns. Muriuf llulrl Ihlll pnsvf Quml Counsu-l In-l'0rv wv re-lurn4'1l last fall Two vottzigc-H. Sl. Allllqs Cottage- and Uunnzll llzlll wo-rv Ulu-In-al as 11-siclq-111-1-s for lln sc-niors. 'llll anrl art 4l1'll2lI'llll4'IllS mul uflflitional vlaas 1- form:-r St. SlZllllhlilllS Building ill.l'0I'4l1'1l na-w qllau't4-rs for tlu- I'OlIllllt'l'l'lill rmnns. Tha- num:-, "'l'lzn'in-Ita Hall". in honor of the- late- Nllsa Ylill'I4'llll R4-illy. 4-elm-atm' zlnrl In-111-l'a1-tlw-sf ul' ilu- coll:-gf-. was givvn lo il. Hur tan-54-ls no-rv turn 4-al at tlu- va-re-sunny on S4-pl4-mln-r twe-nty-1-iglltll. A gvntlv re-mimlf-r of thing- ln vmm- was mulls- at an 4 urls cl -z . 'ass nu-1-ting wln-n wa- 4-lf-cu-el our 30 Some of thu Freshmen . chairman for the annual bazaar. To edit the Vestigia we chose Dorothy Stanton, Editor- in-Chief. The annual retreat opened on Octoher twenty-ninth with the Reverend Paul J. Cuddy, of Auhurn, N. Y., Retreat Master. ln his first address Father Cuddy pointed out that the purpose of the retreat was twofold -"to know ourselves and to know God". After three days of profitable meditation, prayer. and recollection. it closed with Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. On November eleventh we experienced one of the first of our "last timesu A- investiture. Officially, then.. we began our year with Maria Stack. President of the Student Councilg ,lane Markey, Class President: and ,Ioan Ogilvie. day student Representative. Before we could realize the flight of time. quarterly examinations came our way and after them we departed to spend the Thanksgiving vacation with our families. Upon our return the spirit of Christmas was in the air and the memory of our last carol night still remains vivid. The joy and significance of the occasion together with the beauty of the campus places carol night among our most cherished traditions. During the week after our return from the Christmas recess. some of us attended the We welcomed them at the beginning of our senior year. Q MXQQR Qi ffft Q W .35 -Q' ,, 4 ' .xiii Our Student COll7Il'il Rev. Paul 1. Cllllllf. I1 retrvul IHIINIPI' prom in Prvston Hall. Later in the month St. Pa-te-r's Collm-gc sont rvprvsmltativvs to participate in tlw symposium in conjunction with thc- Prcston Dclrating Socivty of Goosl Counsf-l. The topic of discussion was tho lay apostolatv. On St. Vah-ntinc's Day a Iva alanm' was held in tht- auflitorium. A few :lays latvr wt- 1'-njoyorl a spq-cial locturv hy Cathlm-n NIm'Laughlin. war f'Ol'l'l'Sll0Il1ll'lll from Bvrlin. Tho ROVt'l'CIl4l M. Dvnipsvy. notml Irish prim-st and author. afldrcssml us at assi-Inhly on thv suhjc-vt of charity. During Lont a sr-ries of Lcntvn talks was givvn hy tho Rf-V1-rf-ml Nlartin J. Carroll of Brooklyn. am ir- 1-vvrvm . ovsius '. ,l00Q.filIl.,vPM' 'or' If i oro iv fa l0'l'1'iSS-OIS. NX ltlR IAI, P4 N Nkl+ltftIl1ll1Nlnn A timvly topic. "Tlu' Philosophy of the Stahl". was rlisvusswl hy si-nior lll0llllHxl'S of thf- Aquinas Philosophy Club on Marr-h lvnth in honor of St. Thomas Aquinas. the gre-at patron of Stuflios. On Nlarvh fourtva-nth the Gloo Cluln appvarml at tho Nc-w York Stau- Chaptvr of thc National Catholif- Music- Efluvalors' Assoc-ialion In-lfl in Now York. Choral singing was flvmonstralvfl. Un St. Patrif-los Day wc again vnthusiastic-ally niarvlwcl up Fifth Ave-nuv to take- part in the ohsm-rvam'v of that happy elay. The- Soclality Lvnta-n play. Bnrtvr, was prffscntcfl fluring Passion Vfcfok. 32 W ho will be the first out of Dannat w 9 In April the Alumnae Association sponsored a concert by the college Glee Club in the Grand Ballroom of the Hotel Plaza in New York. A great variety of classical and modern numbers, including solos as well as choral groups was rendered. The month of May brought many activities. We attended May devotions in the college chapel daily and manifested again our special devotion to Our Blessed Mother during that month. Our prom was held in Preston Hall later in the month and this was shortly afterwards followed by the annual production of the dramatics society. The annual birthday party was also given and was an occasion enjoyed and appre- ciated by all. A 33 X Classes over St. Anrfs snowbound IF' 'Q Y Vnlurrf is u l'1lllll71P of wllirh Gull is Ill? author." Then with majors and minors completed, we turned our attentions to commence- ment week. Every day was a memorahle one -our Baccalaureate Addressg our recep- tion into the Alumnae Associationg the junior-senior hanquetg the pine walk ceremonyg class day exercises during which we relinquished the shield of Alma Mater and entrusted it to those who follow in our footsteps: the reception of our hoods which had been presented to us hy our beloved President, Reverend Mother Mary Aloysia, at a solemn Jean 'SER i Jane Pat Sheila 35 'Sa 1 AT.. .-incl they lived in Dnnnut Ready for class day ceremony. Finally graduation arrived-our final College activity and the end of four happy years. Connneneement week with all its significant ceremonies did not fail to impress eaeh one of us profoundly. Good Counsel's campus had exhibited all its beauty and splendor. not perhaps to taunt us who were so soon to leave. but rather to place the final seal upon our affections. 36 Iiiiilrk ln our college chapel we sodalists took our adorations before the Blessed Sacrament and beseeched Him to grant us solace in our trials and cares and to bless all our activities. 37 I I 'E 5 Ii I , it ' . I 5 y I . 55 1 1- I . y ,. 5 ' , N l flies 323 "W " -. Q ' 'Y 'Q ' W d SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY Standing: EI.I:IxuII LI:IIIs. EI.Iz,IsI-:III SCIINIZIIIEIIZ JI'LIAN.x BKRKARD. MILIIIIIQII M 'kI.'I'Z. Cornniillee Clttiirnten. 501110111 NAN tlrnm. ROSITX F'Ix.II,nI. Committee Chairmen: PA1'RIc:I,A WILI-:x'. l'rofec1: CI..-IIIII: DoNoIII'I5. MARY BIIISI. Committee Chairmen. COMMERCE CLUB NIAR1 ELLEN GREENE. Secretary ANNE FII. President VIRGINIA OIZIIMSEN. Trmisurer 38 DEUTSCHER GESANGVEREIN Standing: JEAN HARTMAN, President MARY DONAHL'E, Treasurer BEATRICE RADKO. Secretary Senior Members Seated: First row JOAN CLARK JULIETTE CHAPDELAINE ELIZABETH SCHNEIDER Second row FLORENCE TRAYNOR Tl-IERESA DESIMONE JUNE SCHINTO 39 EL CIRCULO CASTELLANO LILLIAN H.Al'PRlCH. resident student Treasurer OLGA LAMATTXNA, day student Treasurer MARIE NAPOLEON. Secretary HELEN GALLAGI-IER, President PATRICIA WILEY, Vice President Z- 4' 2 f 0' ef ff H. LA DANTE ROSEMARIE SCALESE, Treasurer SARA LABARBERA. President OLGA LAMATTINA, Vice President AQUINAS PHILOSOPHY CLUB Standing: HELEN CALLAGI-IER, Presidentg JOSEPI-IINE CURRY. resident student Treasurer Seated: JULIANA BURKARD. Vice Presidentg JOAN HARRICIAN. day student Treasurer CATHOLIC STUDENTS MISSION CRUSADE Seated: MILDREIJ MALTZ, President Standing: PATRICIA MCGUINESS. Vice Presiden SCIENCE CLUB FLORENCE TRAYNOR, President MARY ELLEN FITZGERALD, Secretary ELIZABETH SCI-INEIIIER, Treasurer LE CERCLE FRANCAIS JEAN MURPHY, President OLGA LAMATTINA, Treasurer JosEPI-IINE CURRY, Secretary JULIANA BURKARD, Vice President 41 GLPIIC CLUB SI un El.I.I'IN Turn. Librarian Suu l,xB-xnmzlu. Manager llurmun S'l'XN'l'0N. 7vfl'l1Slll'Pl' Al.l11l-1 l'n0l'Hn. Librarian II xm: XRICI' l'REnu0m1. flssimzrxt Librarian fNl.xn1:uzr31' Cxur. flssislanl Manager PRESTON DEB ATIXG SOCIETY jrzxx N11 ru-rn. Sm-rotary l-Il.lz,mE1'H SlIliNlilIWHR. .uunagvr NIAIIY NIURRIS. Treasurer VESTIGIA STAFF SHEILA DUCGAN Assistant Art Editor MARGARET GALOTTA Assistant Business Manager DOROTHY STANTON Editor-in-Chief HELEN GALLAGHER Business Manager KATHERINE FLYNN Assistant Editor K 1 I PRESTONIAN STAFF Standing: JANE SHINE. Editor LAURA MILI,ER. Business Manager JOAN OGILVIE. Secretary SHEILA DUGGAN, President MARY MARGARET BURNS. Assistant Business Manager JEAN MURPHX'. Vice President Fran' 'Ou' ANNE FAY, Treasurer 43 PATRICIA MCCAFFREY, Advertising Manager CATHERINE BONACCI. Assistant Advertising Manager DOROTHY REIRIANN. Assistant Editor DRAMATICS SOCIETY Jmxxr: Sm-Hxrzlmin. Treasurer ELIC.-XNUR Lmus. Sei-remry DUROTIIX S'r,xxToN. ITTPNIIIPIII IRRHNDA INIIZDON.-kI.Il. Vive President A'I'HLIC'l'IC ASSOCIATION Senior Division Junior Division NIARX MARf:,xRET BIRN:-1. Treasurer BETTX DUNN!-1. l'PSil1Pl1lSflllI9lllTVFGIISIITPT NI,mr:,xm:'r I'1u-zmmmz. President EIU-:HN XVALSH. Vive President ICl,r:xwun Hmmxs. Vice- Prvsirlenl III.-KIH2l'ERl'I'Ii Orzluni. Presirlenl Mun BARRY. day snulenl Treasurer R x is 1. if '-4. I n ggrafifucle All we can say is "thank you". Inadequate though these words 111ay appear, they are. nevertheless, heavily underscored with all the affection that we can utter. To our beloved President and Foundrcss, Reverend Mother Mary Aloysia, we extend our deepest gratitude for her charity, motherly kindness, and willing assistance which inspired us to imitate the virtues which should characterize the ideal Catholic woman. To our esteemed Dean, Sister Mary Cyril, whose devoted zeal we have observed in all our activities, we offer special tribute in the hope that in this small way we may express our sincere appreciation and loyalty. To the members of the faculty, religious and lay alike, it is indeed difficult to find fitting words to indicate our true sentiments. For four years you have steadily and perseveringly instructed us and guided us toward our goal and we are most appreciative of the benefits we have received from you. Realizing that your gifts to us will exert a lasting influence upon our lives may we before we leave just repeat 'Lthank you". 45 . lil t law-at ,ji xr.: y fx ffffi f 3 .5.2 , x ,Jr Q G fgltg Ty b iii." QP is-if 1 at t, vi, +ve , -:gf 'izf t-, L 12.9. l" ' dj? M lhkff? '4'Tll"ii1.1 e ' fn' f4'6'Jfilf'L'rf ii? 'f :iff P lil' t if .ff lltg-'Q-'ffl X QQ? .1 ' psyd .t L-. "iiiI...:q JJ! ji,Q..jll5gf,1Ilt : Aw -NH.. -if -meta- I ' W Xu' ,- Y, Us fm .Ani My .flsgi e A ' To Reverend Mother .- if 'GN' all 'fJlVl' "" ' W W- . ",ggi,5,lA -- Mary Aloysla, R.D.C. . ,l 4.5 , - 'r-if M ' ur U2J lgreziivfenf L' 'Tis education forms the eommon mind. ,lust as the twig is bent. the tree's inclined." Your prayers and deeds have swayed our future ,lust as the stately pine so straight and tall Was nourished and allowed in peace to grow, And on our chapel walk. was sheltered, so Dear Mother. hy your virtues strong and great Wfere we. your children, led to imitate Your generosity and depth of heart That going forth. true souled, we"ll do our part. 'Tis thus to you we owe the precious deht Of gratitude for days we'll n'er forget: To you, as to Our Lady dressed in hlue, YVe'll whisper, "Mother, what am I to do if", El llg DoRoTHY STANTON N' al ., My 'lr ,-,. ,, J t . ,1 . V, 1- .-- X -.1 1 I 5 'Q-- '- Qs .fr ' 4 3 41 in . -: x'-' ' .'- - , ' F- J, ' lug, 'i 51 'i :N ' I g g-Y ' R 3 V55 Q' P U : ig- 'T gxi ., r I 4' J.. 121 xgg . lf' i ' 5125 -, w, ,, , Y , ., , 'F "' ' ' -- V ., . .. lg 5155, i s 5 :lg Ei , rv I a 5 E E 1 1 is ' if 'f 1 1 ' 'A f 5,51 'f,, --r V . ' '..if:-'- '- ,4 : - cf .QA , V ,Q Q, . . .f:5.+'i'.'- " ,- To Mother Mary Compassio, R.D.C. E V " Q . If ' si". ', sr 'Lf 3 1 1 lg 16 f ,ifil-'iff it ze ,if 1 'gil Q wtf. .f ii Much to 1'8IllCl1llJCI', you have given us in your lnusie, Much to he thankful for. you have given us here We leave Good Counsel, having learned to know. to love, and to do, To know the beautiful, the true, and the goodg To love these things in our hearts, our thoughts, and our words. To do the right in all our actions and at all times. We shall not forget, nor he ungrateful. ELIZABETH SCHNEIDER s 1' b 7 -r tg p 5 v 5 -v -I- Moth - er, La - dy of Good Conn-sel, light with - in thy dear eyes dwell-ing. ik N P ' "H E E5 A-We E J -F: Sweet-est pic! - ure ar - tist ev - er By the tears that dim their lus - tre -T P E I-Lzuilli .4 E ' l' E ' I 47 , J f It 1 1 15? ' f J I . 23' . ' .. , Qi V 4 LEP v' l, rl 5 z if af-4 F ' Effglifffiw Q, I As-sim J Ni-, W . f L' fat, , A F ' ?" i' lx A 1 x 4-5 . Of ieerzi 0 .xgclminidfrafion THE RIcHT REV. MSGR. JOSEPH A. BRESLIN. D.D., V.F. Honorary President REVEREND MOTHER M. ALOYSIA, Ph.D. President THE REVEREND THOMAS G. PHILBIN THE REVEREND JOSEPH F. ROSA, C.P.S. Chaplains SISTER M. CYRIL, Ph.D. Dean SISTER M. BASIL, Ph.D. Assistant Dean SISTER M. ANSELM, M.A. ' Treasurer SISTER M. FIDELIS, Ph.D. Secretary SISTER M. AMBROSE, M.A. Registrar SISTER M. DESALES, B.L.S. Librarian MOTII ER M. COMPASSIO Church Music SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER 49 AMBROSE, M.A. . BASIL, Ph.D. BENEIJICTA, B.A. BERCHMANS, B.A CARMELITA, Ph.D. . CECILIA, M.A. . CHARLES, M.A. . DEPAZZI, B.A. . DESALES, B.L.S. DOLORES, Ph.D. EMMANUEL, M.A. EUGENIA, B.S. . FIDELIS, Ph.D. . JULIANA, M.A. . LAURENTIA, M.A. LEONA, B.A. LIcUoRI, Ph.D. . MERCEDES, M.A. RAYMUNIJ, B.A. . TERESA, B.A. THERESE, M.A. . VINCENTIA, M.A. jdaflhg . . . . Sociology .Education and Director of Teacher Training . . Mathematics . Physics and Chemistry . . Biology . . History History and English . . Music Library Science . Philosophy . History Chemistry . . Philosophy I Mathematics and Art . Business Education . Latin and French . Spanish and Latin . . . . . English . English and Business Education . . . . English . French Chemistry lh,xr3zu-.xl1H. RIF-Il liumx SJ.. I'ln.ll. PII-ll Fnrinlogy Rllliflhili Gul-glcl-.vu Elm um lXl'.lAl.HNISl lu, RISNEIU-l'NlD .loan-:vel I". R M.-X. 1I.l'.S. 5l'l'iIlllll'1' Ilhupluin Rmrzmzxn Josrgvn T. lIl.1'Nr OSA 50 REVEREN REW'EREND THOMAS G. PHILBIN D MORGAN J. OHBRIEN M.A. Chaplain Confessor REVEREND THOMAS P. CAHILL M.A. Religion 51 FREDERIC JOSLYN Vocal Music LKJCILLE CALYERT PALLEN M.A. Speech EVELYN RYAN HALEY M.A. German MAUREEN MCKERNAN Ross B.A. Lecturer Wll.LlAN1 R. Mmm' Journalism ANTOINETTE AN ITA COLUCCI A B.A. Spanish and Italian v5 MARTIN J. TEACEY LL.B. Public Speaking SERAI-'1No BocA'r'ro Gregorian Chant HELEN GREENE CERETY M.S. Business Education JOHN B. GERETY LL.B. Business Law and Constitutional History MARJORIE EvEnY R.N. Physiology and Hygiene LEO I. KEARNEY M.A. Education MARCHIONA SANTO-DONATO B.S. Chemistry 0 Our ,Xing Um- of ilu- lmppivst 0l'l'iI5lUl'lS of our l'0lll':.I1' days was that on H'llll'll our lu-low-ml P11-siwlvlmt. 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EyIVA,'lkfXfoXL -4 -Nik' ' 'VAS '2ffJ'1 . , A nj -- all ,f s- UI" " ,--4,7 , ,497 'Y L -EJ Z ' . .., i, Catholic Sturlcrnts' Mission Crusade, 1, 2, 3, 4 Soclulity of tho Blvssml Virgin Mary. l.. 2. 3. 4 Aquinas Philosophy Cluh, -li Athletic' Assovialion. l. 2, 3 Il'll0l'Il2iliOli2ll Relations Cluh, 3, 4 ' Rell Cross Unit. l. Ml- Cl,l"eLU2 The whispering pines sigh gently, g'Farewell. farewell, farewell To you, Oh Class of VH." The breezy chorus swells As ivy, oak, and maple, And sweet lnagnolias, too, Join the voices murm'ring a'Farewell, good luck to you. As step by step you grew We watched you from aboveg We rejoiced with you and sighed with you, And showered you with love. But now, dear girls, you leave us No more our paths to trodg But the echoes of your footsteps Will resound forever more As you journey onward Leading souls to God." Now 'neath our boughs we hear 'GOI1 stately pines, farewellf, you sing, DoRorHY STANTON goof! morning, irid yodnrion 'M A LITTLE LATE TODAY. but l'm not going to be too hard on myself. I met Fanny Desimone in the lobby downstairs. She was taking her sixth graders on our N. B. C. tour. l was glad l had those extra tickets for the "Train Your Brain" show. The children were thrilled at the prospect of seeing a radio broadcast and when l told Fanny that Dr. Courtney. the quizmaster of "Train Your Brain" is our own Catherine, she was more excited than were her charges. Catherine is the idol of every educator in the country. Her success has been really phenomenal.- a steady rise since the publica- tion of her doctoris thesis. lShe was twenty-three when it was published l. l did not have all the news. Fanny told me that her sister. Terry. left for Alaska last week. She has agreed to be resident physician at lviley Post. that new community in Alaska organized by and named for Patricia Wiley. Her Community Service Plan. l hear, has been tremendously successful. Josephine Curry is going to experiment with it in the French Vllest lndies as soon as Sheila Duggan can fly her to an outpost. Sheila has promised to schedule the flight before her proposed trip to the moon in the Duggan Dart. Dorothy Stantonis discussion of it in last monthls Popular Science made America conscious of it and the lunar project. Patricia Burke. who has become the most popular lecturer on science on campusses throughout the country. recently called the Duggan Dart the greatest thing since aluminum knitting needles. Fanny and l could have talked for hours. but sixth graders will not wait for hours and l do have my obligations to N. B. C.'s advertising department. lve are going to pick up our conversation at the next alumnae meeting. lt will be definitely scheduled when Maria Stack. President of the association. finishes her work at the National Medical Association Convention and returns East. Maria is one of the women in medicine today. Her time is at a premium. And right now mine is too. . l had better hurry and check these memos my secretary left for me. Wonflerftil girl, my secretary. She is a Reilly graduate and one who lives up to that famous slogan, "Be Really Glad with a Reilly Grad!" ,loan Clark was telling me that if she could satisfy the calls for Reilly trained girls. a fortune would be made. She has a mighty fine start with Clark Employment Agencies in New York. Chicago, St. Louis, and Los Angeles. l shall have to do my best without my girl Friday today. She has gone over to the Business Machines Exposition in the main ballroom of the Paar Building. right next to Grand Central. Virginia owns New York's newest skyscraper outright. Her chance-buying habit which she acquired in college paid off three years ago when she won the Irish sweepstakes. Mary Cc-han., or Mrs. Wall Street-. as she is called by thc nation's journalists, handled Virginia's winnings for her. Mary Zweifel is the official hostess at the Paar 110 Building from nine to two-nineteen. I asked my secretary to say hello to Mary for me, but I am almost sure she will forget my message when she sees the exhibit. They are featuring the latest Dugganite. This is Laura's fifth brainchild. She has made a startling contribution to the business field every year since 1947 when she turned the trick with a 'Lwritcrtypef' the typewriter that automatically spells everything back- wards. It revolutionized radio advertising and, of course, procured terrific sales promo- tion when it was announced that a complimentary "writertype" went with every Stude- baker. This time Laura has outdone herself for speedy production. lt has America,s biggest magnates wondering about the magic scissors that cut the red tape for the Dugganites. It is not such a mystery when you realize that Janet Duffy has become really influen- tial in Wasllington circles. She is there as voluntary representative of the North Tarrytown Chamber of Commerce. Janet dropped everything including her executive position with United Airlines eight months ago. Since then she has been lobbying against the proposal to merge North Tarrytown and Tarrytown. She has touched many American hearts with her appeals for the safeguarding of "North Tarrytown's sacred individuality". Clare Bender has given her whole-hearted support to ,lanetis work. Although Clare has become a national figure as president of the American Federa- tion of Womenis Clubs, she continued to be interested in Westchester. She proved that last fall during the Yonkers mayoralty race. lean Murphy's election was no accident. Clare's management of the campaign was superlative. Since her election, ,lean has intro- duced legislation to make the installation of the Farrell cushion compulsory in all vehi- cles of the Yonkers-Wllite Plains Bus Lines. Constance Farrellis product is a combination of helium, steam, and nylon according to the Madison formula. Eileen introduced this formula in her first book, Life Can Be Beautiful or You, Too, Can Pass Geometry. Eileen will be the guest member of our lit- erary round table broadcast at three o'clock when her latest book, How to Win Friends and Square Roots, will be discussed. If I want to make the broadcast, I had better take care of these memos. Let's see now. First things first. My subscription to the Bronx Home News has to be renewed. Lucille Suglia is doing such fine work writing for its womanls page, I hate to miss a single issue. I especially like her interviews of leading daughters of the Bronx. Patricia O'Connor, N.B.C.'s "Singing Lady", is to be next Tuesday's subject. Her daily program has achieved even greater popularity with children from coast to coast since the release of her new album by the La Barbera Record Company. Sara, so celebrated some years ago as with the "atomic touch" is now concentrating on directing her new company. She is making one of her rare personal appearances next month at Carnegie Hall for the benefit of the Schneider Foundation, which seems destined to become the 111 cellter of vitamin researcll in the United States. Betty has offered Marilee Donovan the use of one of the laboratories at the Foundation to continue her experiments with Dono- van Drops. the all-purpose vitamin endorsed by ,lack Armstrong. It is 1'llIIl01'Cd that ,loan Stiquel will also be appointed to the staff of the Foundation. Her angle is surgery. I would not be surprised if she concentrates her efforts on proving the efficiency of Galotta surgical thread. about which Margaret is busy now preparing explanatory information. Our State Department has assigned Helen Gallagher. one of the IIIOSI capable lnem- bers of its Pan American Commission, to make ready the IIIOSI valuable of this lnaterial for our Soutll American neighbors. As the Secretary of State remarked at a press con- ference last week. "Cal0tta Surgical Thread will do lllllcll to keep the people of the Americas together." Memo No. 2: "Cues and Views". Wlhat could tllat mean? Oh. yes. l remember. It stands for the new literary review that is to be published once a year. Dorothy Mullins is editing it. Advance notices suggest tllat it will be quite comprehensive. Marjorie McAvoy's book, Expose on Handwriting As I Read It, will be reviewed. I alll even lll0l'C excited about Marjorie's latest copy just gone to press. It is V0lllIllC one of her Memoirs or The Roaring Forties. l see that Dorothy is going out on a lilllll in discussing the Rahill sketches NUnder- water Scenes." Rosemary startled classicists in the art world last year by actually sketch- ing under water. She used the revolutionary new Harrigan paper - EV61'SIl100tll. ,loan has nlade a fortune witll her new paper. Metaphysics Can Be Fun or There's Nothing to Being, Florence Traynoris latest book, will be treated in "Cues and Views" as the year's outstanding pllilosophical work. MCUIO No. 3: Remind Margaret Camp about the account. The Archibald Wlool contract is quite a feather in my cap. It was not easy to land. Margaret and her husband have been concentrating on newspaper advertising for their "'argyles for kiddies" and it has been very successful. Katherine Flynnis triplets, who Ill0flCl the socks, have captured the hearts of Alllericans. Mary Boisi has done artistic work handling the photograplly. The Boisi touch.. tllree Irish smiles, and the socks lll8lCC quite a combination, but Margaret has finally agreed to give radio advertising atrial. I have assigned the account to the "Breakfast with .lean and ,linlinyv show. If anyone can sell a product to the American woman, ,lean Hartman can. It was slle who earned the slogan, P.D.M.S. Yes, a Perazzo dress means success and thereby established Doris Perazzo as the oracle of the fashion world. Even ,lulictte Chapdelaine, young Du Pont executive. and one of AlllCTlC3,S ten best dressed women, ilml'lllS the Pcrazzo creations. MCIIIO No. 4: Bon Voyage gifts for Olga Lamattina. 1 have 31111051 decided to stop giving lllC'I'll, for Olga shuttles back and forth between the United States and France as 112 though she were commuting from New York to New Jersey. She is leaving again on Thursday. Travel reminds me that I had better make a note of Cathlecn Cullen's arrival next Sun- day. She is flying from Ireland where she has been gathering material for her book, The History of Ireland. She is to be godmother for Marjorie Delaney's daughter. Very shortly Helen Larkin is going to go on vacation for awhile. I fear the public will miss her bril- liant interpretations and comments on current events, but I am relieved to see that she is finally going to take a rest. I'Ielen's future plans include collaborating with Juliana Burkard on the writing of a book that is to be the official text on international law for use in the World Court. Memo No. 5: Gallagher promotion. We are going to try something new this week in connection with Gallagher cosmetics. Doris has wisely bought exclusive rights to June Schinto's amazing product, a new type of stocking which Barbara Aylesworth has promised to boost in her column in La. Prensa. We are fortunate that the new stocking has been given the Cicciarella seal of approval. That is absolutely the highest medical endorsement possible today. Trying to sell our new product without it would be like trying to sell a child's formula that had not been tested in Mother Johnston's Chemical Kitchen. It was Marguerite's large family that started her experimenting along nutri- tional lines. Then Anne Fay, one of the leading child specialists in the country, advised her to make some serious studies. Of course, Anne,s work encompasses all aspects of child welfare. Her introduction of typing to the grammar school curriculum caused a national sensation. Anne feels that one is never too young to start building up that speed. Memo No. 6: Luncheon - Long Island. Oh, I almost forgot it. We are going over to Rosemarie Steropolils home on Long Island. She and her sportswriter husband were recently chosen the couple of the month by a leading women's magazine. I am sure Rosemarie would have become one of the interior decorators of the country if she had not decided on marriage. The luncheon is in honor of Jane Markey who has been named "Woman of the Year". Her newspaper work has had outstanding influence on the public. One oiclock is the time for the luncheon. I must hustle. One more minute. Memo - Check the memos! JOAN OGILVIE 113 LU' 0 good Comrade O Virgin Mother, Lady of Good Counsel Sweetest picture artist ever drew, In all my doubts I fly to thee for guidance - Mother, tell me, what am I to do? By thy face to Jesus' face inclining, Sheltered safely in thy mantle blueg By His little arms around thee twining, Mother, tell me, what am I to do? By the light within thy dear eyes dwelling, By the tears that dim their lustre too, By the story that these tears are telling, Mother., tell me, what ani I to do? Life, alas! is often dark and dreary, Cheating shadows hide the truth from viewg Wlien my soul is most perplexed and weary, Mother, tell me, what am I to do? These four long years welve nestled ,neath thy mantle, By thy side we've wandered day by day, Now time has beckoned with his ruthless finger, And ,alas our steps are turned away. Those dear eyes will follow where we wander, Those loved arms will strengthen us anew, And those fond ears will listen when we whisper MM0ther, tell me, what am I to do?" pa fl'0l'l:f MOST REYEREND JOSEPH A. BURKE. D. D. MOST REYEREND JAMES E. IQEARNEY. D. D. In loving memory of the RIGHT REIYEREND JUONSIGNOR JOSEPH A. BRESLIN. D. D. H1-ZYEREND JOSEPH T. CLLFNE REVEREND JAMES V. HART REVEREND EDYYARD KELLENBERG REVEREND BIICI-IAEL J. LARKIN ACADEMY OF OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL In loving memory of MR. ROBERT AIKEN MR. JOHN J. ARCHIBALD ARTCRAFT PRESS MR. AND MRS. R. W. AYLESWORTH MR. AND MRS. FREDERICK M. BENDER SAINT BERNARDQS SCHOOL MR. AND MRS. EDWIN BOELSEN MRS. MARY BOISI MR. AND MRS. PHILIP M. BURKARD MR. AND MRS. S. A. BURKE MR. XYILLIABI M. CALLAHAN IMRS. GROYER C. CAMP CARPENTERAS ICE CREAM CARR CONSOLIDATED BlSCl'l'l' COMPANY CENTRAL TAXICAB COMPANY MISS BEATRICE CHAPDELAINE DR. EDWARD CHAPDELAINE YJRS. IRENE P. CHAPDELAINE MR. AND MRS. RALPH E. CHAI-DELAINE MR. AND MRS. P. 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