Mother Cabrini High School - Shrine Yearbook (New York, NY)
- Class of 1957
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ST. FRANCES XAVIER CABRINI
Our Beloved Guardian and Patron
of our happy youth,
Golden days full of innocence
arid full of truth.
ln oifr hearts we remember
th lm all else above
Golde days, days of youth
How e laughed with a gaiety
gl had no sting!
Lookin back through Memory's
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" l'l ,A S?'UDENT PRINCE"
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st l y and play - four
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acliievlng. By turning
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SHIINEJOF 1957" we
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happy yaarsg we can re-
call the hfACUlTY whose
wisdom iciught us count-
less lessionsp the SEN-
IORS, aiir classmates,
whose esgeem we value,
whose hearts we under-
stand, whose love we
cherish, ?the guiding
IDEALS instilled in our
souls, the ACTIVITIES
which imbued us with
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To you, loveliest of Gods creatures . , ,
To your beauty and grace
Radiating from your pedestals , . ,
To your countenance ol beaming charm , .
To your sacrifice and forgiveness . . .
To you, Wonderful ones,
Who have yielded lifes resplendent lruits
Who have tasted hitter-sweet . . .
Who have understood us always , . t
We offer thanks and adoration . t .
To you, we dedicate
Qur short lil-e's paltry accornpllshrnents . .
To you we dedicate this looolc . . .
To you, bravest ol Gods creatures .
To your strength and magnificence
To you, leading us onward . , .
Urging us il we lalter A . .
Lifting us it we fall . , .
Guiding us always , i .
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Golden Doys Spent Among the Clossioists
Mother Eleanor's English classes are indeed a
bright spot in the curricular day at Cabrini. Under
her tutelage the seniors have been introduced,
some reintroduced, to the literary classics which
are so integral a part of our education. Shake-
speare, Franklin, and Charnwood are explored
and analyzed by a group of students who, though
they possess definite opinions and ideas of their
own, greatly appreciate Mothers concise, accurate
summaries of characters and situations. The defi-
nitely serious expressions on the faces of the
above girls are often altered by a bit of unex-
pected humor however, which makes class all
the more enjoyable. Honestly! what would we ever
do without without the pun. even though it is the
lowest form of humor!
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Muss Anne Egan
Mr Charles Ruocco
Apologetrcs Mathemancs Hrsrory
Relrgron Typewrmng Scrence
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When the yearbook staff gathered for its first
green meeting I doubt that you would have been
able to find the bright smiles seen in this picture
on the faces of the staff. For, you see, the "staff",
regardless of the fact that our classmates seemed
to think us literarily inclined, did not feel quite
up to the task it faced. In fact, it was the general
consensus of opinion on that rather dark day that
a Dickens, an Emerson, or at very least, a Tolstoy,
would be a necessary recruit if the job were ever
to be done.
But just then, right in the middle of our sad
meeting, a bright spot appeared! Someone opened
one of the most beautiful of all past year books
fwe refuse to say which for fear of jealous alum-
nae seizing this book at a later datej. As we
looked through the perfectly prepared pages, each
of which managed to tell so clearly and so hu-
manly of all our wonderful Cabrini days, we
realized that impossible though it might now seem
our yearbook was going to be as beautiful and as
precious as we could possibly make it, with the
incomparable help of the Holy Ghost and Mother
Ursula. This we felt sure would have to be. For
we had been challenged to place the spirit of our
school and our classmates on paper.
So, we closed the old yearbook and looked at
each other, everyone had a very special gleam in
her eye. Then the gleam turned into hard work.
The entire staff, Meg Walsh, Nancy Madden, Pat
Quigg, Carolyn Somma, Margaret Cassidy, and
Carol Loftus, have spent many hours on this
yearbook. The special vignette of each girl's life
at Cabrini, the special writeups beneath the gen-
eral pictures, the editorial, the dedication, all these
had to be prepared. And what was infinitely
worse, at the end everything had to be typed by
the worst collection of one-finger typists ever
gathered together. Though wefve worked long and
hard, the yearbook may never come up to our
farflung expectations for it. We hope however that
it will satisfy all of our classmates' fondest dreams.
latest announcements on Cabr1n1 College
or the color they re all wearlng th1s sprmg
Maybe she s pondermg over the sage
counsels of the Prmclpals Corner She
may hnd the Book of the Month a par
tlcularly mterestmg one or the latest
musrcal a must Most probably however
she wrll have contentedly been decxpher
mg the Tattler all the whnle
The problems of wrmng organlzmg
and edxtmg the paper seem to vanish as
we behold wlth pride the flmshed product
Mary Ellen Spnllane
The whxms mterests and actlvrtres of
the student body are expressed m its
mouthplece TheCabr1n1an Our news
paper expresslve of the hlgh ldeals Ca
br1n1 mamtanns rs a welcome addltlon to
the currrculum of the school
Every month the school newspaper
may be found dlscreetly hldden under the
camoutlagmg covers of large textbooks
Perhaps th1s adept Mrss IS readlng the
Each year at approximately
the same time when all the girls
have renewed their acqualntances
with therr fellow classmates the
ttme for the electron of class
ofhcers draws near In Semor
year thts IS an extra special task
for the ollicers of the Semor
Class have the heavy responslbtl
tty of representmg Cabrmt Htgh
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Prestdent Eileen Mortarty
Vice President Kathleen OConnor
Secretary Joan Harte
Treasurer Margaret Gtll
To these our Class Officers may well be apphed the words of
we Cagflfll G fl
There are schools wtth populations greater far than ours
Butldlngs large and new rzse up like splendid shznzng towers
Every school wtth standards hzgh brtght banners can unfurl
So a toast ue proudly gtve to our Cabrznz Gtrll
For the Cabrrm Gtrl ts true with a mll to try and do
And she s loyal to her colors Gold and Blue
She IS honest she IS falr
Wzth a heart to mn and dare
When the glory of her school s endangered
She will be there
Oh the C abrtm Girl ts strong
And she ltnons the rlght from wrong
In her heart a smzle and on her lips a song'
She will work and hgh! with all her Illl ht
So cheer her sptrrt onward'onwardlCabr1n1Girl'
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Everynun recounts the story
of her life to the inquiring
While struggling over the
choice to be made between
her religious vocation and
Steve, thc Sacred Heart ap-
pears to Anne Norton.
Anne Norton reads Steve's let-
ter of proposal.
HEVERYN UN "
a plav by Daniel A. Lord, S.J
Anne Norton relives the ball-
Dramatized by members of the Senior Class on
the occasion of Mother Uusula's Feastday. The
play was coached most artistically by Mother
Anne Norton chooses Christ
and becomes His bride.
Anne Norton, now Sister
Mary Frances, a novice.
aspires to become a professed
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With the constant assistance of Mrs. Carlson and the daily use of our books,
we Seniors are finding new avenues of knowledge open to us. Prior to studying
biology, it was practically an impossibility for us to begin to understand even the
most simple aspects of nature. Never before had we realized exactly what made
us tick, or how a tiny ameba manages to ingest food particles. When the biology
class dissected frogs during one of the laboratory periods, many of the girls
decided that is wasnit half as frightening as they had anticipated. This course has
been a very enjoyable and enlightening one for us, and we are certain that it will
prove to be of constant value to us. Moreover, with the laboratory motto ever
before us-"God and science, but science for God"-we will always associate the
human with the divine.
lf my people wlll not submnt I shxll be forced
to let go the hand of my Son It xs so strong so
heavy that I can no longer withhold lt Our
Ladys message at La Salette was a message to
the world And the chlldren of the world the
chlldren of Mary have jomed together to help
her hold back Hrs hand The orgamzatlon formed
ns the true Sodalxty of Mary As Jesus shed Hts
blood Mary shed her tears and the Sodallty of
Our Lady wnll some day stop the How of both
The Cabruu Sodahty IS only one of the many
that foster great love and devotnon to our Blessed
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Glee Club Performance
Between 12 30 and 1 00 p m comes the tlme for mdulgmg 1n our wanderlust
Generally our journey ends on the school steps where we partlclpate rn our
favorlte pastlme talkmg laughmg and wallet passmg At thus school sesslon
many ldeas are born many plans are formulated and much knowledge Cchlefly
homeworkj is exchanged.
Cigufkr flue EEL cAi!c!ren
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Because there are so many who hunger for a
deeper knowledge of God and His teachings, there
will always be a need for capable instructors. In
their roles as catechists, Kathy Niemtschik and
Angelita Howell diligently teach little children
facts about their religion. Every week these two
Spanish speaking Seniors sacrifice their time and
efforts and set about to instruct during release
time. Preparing youngsters for their first Holy
Communion, and explaining answers to young
questions concerning religion, is a task these two
girls thoroughly enjoy. With the inspiration of
Our Lord, Kathy and Angelita are able to help
children who would otherwise be forced to keep
to themselves all the normal Curiosities about
their God and their Catholicism. This is indeed
a worthwhile task and many are grateful for their
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Taking A Test
The work of a month is crammed into a night,
the evening before a test. That relaxed feeling
that comes with ignorance rapidly dwindles into
a seething panic. lf a lifetime is reviewed before
a death, the definitions. dates, and problems that
meander through the mind before a test are in-
You dream hopefully of mental telepathy, and
of those happy individuals who possess photo-
graphic minds, and with a silent prayer tto ward
off the feeling of despairl you set to work. That
night you dream of little geometric theorems
chasing pantheistic heresies around a tall column
of Latin verbs.
The dreaded morning arrives. The time comes
for taking the test. You chew your pencil mildly
and look abstractedly about the room. Then nerv-
ousness turns to numbness, as you gaze down
shyly at the exam paper you have just met. With
an ejaculation to the Holy Ghost in the cause of
a few good guesses based on last night's endeavors
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you attack the questions.
And afterwards? Well, the test wasn't really
too, too bad. lt could have been worse. But, I'll
never let it all go to the last night again!
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When the typing class gets under way everyone
knows it immediately. For it is always accom-
panied by a mad sort of clickety-clicking, as the
frenzied little fingers of tomorrow's secretaries
fumble across the keys. Within the classroom
everything proceeds smoothly under the excellent
tutelage of either Mother Emilia or Mrs. Living-
they manage to accomplish beautifully despite all
girlish tendencies of their pupils to forget capitals,
shift locks, and the position of For this alone
we are eternally grateful, but more than this will
we ever appreciate the guidance and the under-
standing given so unstintingly by our teachers.
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ston. With very excellent patience both of these
teachers in their respective classes school the hn-
gers which fumble today and ily tomorrow. This
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Eleanor Spain and .loan Hartnett are lost in the
land of books in the Cobrini library.
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The Crib in our school chapel is always an
object of devotion and admiration. The lovely
figures of Mary, Joseph, and the Divine Babe, the
soft snow, and the dim lights - all surrounded by
evergreens, are lovingly and artistically set up by
our own Mother Emilia. During the Christmas
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Season Cabrinites delight to recite the rosary be-
fore the crib and sing 11 Christmas Hymn at each
decade. On the feast of the Holy Name, the word
JESUS is placed over the crib, and on the feast
of the Epiphany, the Three Wise Men arrive with
their precious gifts.
Each year as the C.Y.O. basketball sea-
son draws near, the students at Cabrini
High look forward with keen anticipation
to the many victories which we all pray
our varsity will win. Much time and effort
is put into the forming of a varsity ca-
pable of bringing glory to Cabrini High.
Under the patient guidance of our highly
efficient coach, Mrs. Damia, and the
watchful eye of Mother Ursula, teamwork
and good sportsmanship, both on and off
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the court, are developed to their fullest.
May the Sacred Heart of Jesus help us
in all our endeavors and grant that we
may once again bring victory to our be-
So here we give a loyal and hearty
cheer to our grand team and its captain,
Janet Cobb, who makes every game an
exciting one. Here we give a rousing hur-
rah to our co-captain, Margaret Cassidy
whose smiles in a discouraging moment
spur us on to victory. Here we hail the
Varsity of "56", the most-spirited and
hard-working in the history of Cabrini.
Are you looking for school
spirit, energy and joy? . . .
Behold our cheerleaders! Their
is responsible for our varsity's
determination to win in the
C.Y.O. basketball games.
"The King ol Kingsi'
This year a new venture was begun at Cabrini.
Our glee club, the CABRINI CORO. was estab-
lished under the direction of Mrs. Clare Harring-
ton Whitson. Under her guidance, the members
worked together to produce a remarkable Christ-
mas pageant called e'The King of Kings." The
bell-like voices of the choristers filled our audi-
torium with beautiful melodies which were highly
acclaimed by all who attended. The acting of the
three kings was superb! Kathleen Colbert as
Oueen Astrid was truly regal! Joan Harte as King
Herod was stupendous! Needless to say none of
this could have been accomplished without the
diligent training of our newest faculty member,
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Queen Astrid ...,..... ..,....... K athleen Colbert
Lady Cierda .......,... ..,,.,.,....,.... l 'atricia Quigg
Lady Britte ......... ...,...,...,,.... C 'arolyn Somma
Sir Einar .......... ....,........ C labrini Boggiano
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The class of 1957 is very proud of its orators. Some of the girls who have dis-
played their oratorical talent are:
PATRICIA QUIGG - Pat's participation in the C.Y.O. led to the Manhattan
Championship while her American Legion victory brought her close to the top.
JOAN HARTE - Her participation and victory in the B'nai B'rith and C.Y.O.
oratorical contests have enabled her to gain recognition in the field of oratory
Both CABRINI BOGGIANO and KATHLEEN COLBERT have been ardent
and active speakers throughout their four years at Cabrini. They have been vic-
torious in almost every contest. Kathleen has just tied for first place in the Ameri-
can Legion contest. This is the first step toward final victory. Good luck, Kathleen!
Our Patricia, Joan, Cabrini, and Kathleen have brought oratorical fame and
honor to themselves and to Cabrini High.
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our sympathy, but never our chemistry notebooks. For that delightful romance be-
tween Hydrogen and Oxygen has proved very useful in daily life, and we are sure
it will flow as a fountain into great streams of knowledge. Our journeys to the
laboratory spread before us an exotic array of colors from royal gold to iodine
brown. Just beyond them, the parade of test tubes bubbles with the excitement of
compounds in the making, luring us on to a search of what makes them react.
When we finally discover what we consider the discovery of the ages, our beloved
Mother Ursula makes us realize that we are only on the doorstep of science. Her
understanding, sympathy, and encouragement help us to surge forward in this field.
Our watchword is: "Chemistry! We need you NOW," When our course has been
completed, we'll be able to say: "Chemistry? We loved it!"
Rumors were atloat . . . then the oflicial announcement came - The Missionary
Sisters of the Sacred Heart were to open a Liberal Arts and Teachers College at
Radnor, Pennsylvania, which is only thirty minutes from Philadelphia. The locale
was the beautiful Dorrance Estate on the Philadelphia Main Line. At Cabrini High
brochures and Application Blanks were distributed, and the first Seniors to be
enrolled for the September, 1957 Class at Cabrini College were: Cabrini Boggiano,
Margaret Cassidy, Vesna Mohorovici, Renee Principe, Diana Costa, Sonia Scott,
Joan O,Donnell, Marguerite Redondo, Marie Loughnane, Arlene Schlamp, Meg
Walsh, Rosemarie Rogers, Anne McGovern.
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an occasion for a great deal of elation among the
Juniors, for it marked another notch in our high
school career. The significance of the Cabrini ring
had been explained to us in detail, and we under-
stood and deeply loved its meaning, The Sacred
Heart of Christ, its rays illuminating the ocean
of life and guiding the small crafts . . . How we
loved those precious symbols and tried to apply
them to ourselves! This year a red stone had taken
the place of the brown one of previous years, but
the rest of the ring was unchanged. Red and white
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carnations added to the beauty and quiet sereiiity
of our chapel. As we walked up the aisle, each
one of us experienced a glorious feeling. Monsig-
nor Fleming, Principal of Cardinal Hayes High
School, emphasized what a great honor it is to
receive the Cabrini ring. After he placed them
upon our fingers, we could hardly avoid glancing
atour rings. After the impressive ceremony came
to a close, we realized more than ever before that
now we were at the threshold of Senior Year. We
would now have our beloved rings as a constant
reminder of our wonderful years at Cabrini. ' '
Our Senior Year has had the added surprise of seeing our Alma Mater enriched
with a rare and precious collection. the gift of Mrs. Eugene Jablonski of New York
City. In her travels throughout the world in the company of Dr. Jablonski, a
geoligist of renown, Mrs. Jablonski acquired the valuable objects which are now
on display in our school.
In the Large Senior Room is an exhibit on Mexico. Holay! Fiesta time! The
Senior Class of 1957 is privileged indeed. From their comfortable desks the girls
can turn toward the left and gaze at the majestic Hudsong then they turn to the
right and are transported vicariously to sunny, romantic Mexico. Paradoxical, you
say? No, not when you have an exhibit that portrays almost every aspect of that
neighboring land. Along the wall of our classroom are gay prints of smiling
senoritas and somber eyed senors, colorful, intricately woven rugs, and straw
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braided baskets. Encased in glass cabinets are various souvenirs of that happy land.
Pictures and statues and books tell the story of Mexico. We are indeed fortunate
to have such an interesting and cultural exhibit.
In the Small Senior Room is the Central European art exhibit. If your imagina-
tion is strong enough. you do not merely see dolls and exhibits of handiwork, you
see lithe, active figures in brilliant costumes, dancing joyously on wind swept hills.
You do not simply gaze at pottery, ceramics, and beautiful lace. Instead you think
of the patient loving care that went into the creation of these objects, and of the
warm sun that flooded a small hamlet while someone's fingers fashioned beauty
out of clay or thread. Yes, out of the hills and valleys of Hungary, Poland, Austria,
Germany, Czechoslovakia, and other Central European countries has come a
collection that can hold its own in any museum.
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rich in the history and culture of
many lands and ages. Here, in
condensed form, are the hopes,
joys, fears, sorrows, and dis-
coveries of humanity. Dominating
the scene is the statue of Saint
Frances Xavier Cabrini. All
around the library are the gleam-
ing new bookcases so generously
donated by Doctor and Mrs.
History on parade! Any lower
classman happening upon the
Large Senior Classroom at ap-
proximately 2:l5 p.m. will see
a breath-taking sight: Lincoln,
Napoleon, Eisenhower, and others
too numerous to mention, have
gathered for the edification of the
Seniors. Father Time, expertly
assisted by Mother Salesia, is
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trate the bold and daring deeds
of bygone days and manifest their
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Fun! lt can be had by all at Cabrini, and fun loving Seniors are no exception.
A typical recreation is filled with the bubbling talk and laughter of girls that have
just dispersed after a hard morning of chemistry, history, and other subjects.
Imagine the enthusiasm that spills over into these forty-five carefree minutes!
Farr understanding zealous these are
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Cabnm Hlgh Every student YCHIIZCS how
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The story of intramurals is a stirring one. lt is
a story of girls and sports, hopes and defeats, a
story of victory! The scene? . . . A court that
vibrates with the thud ol' practice shotsg halls
which echo the sounds of "Team. yeah. TCLiI1llU1
the chapel crowded with girls pleading for victory
on behalf ol' their class team. The characters? . . .
All Cabrinitesl The first game is between the
sophs and the frosh. The second game is between
the seniors and the juniors. The third game is
between the victors of the two preceding games.
Hearts beat fast, prayers mount high, as each
class wants their team to be the trophy winner.
CYO. games can be exciting, but for spirit,
enthusiasm, and participation the intramurals at
Cabrini are supreme!
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Teachers, exams, and history
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"Melodies are memories." How often the experience has come to us,
awakening untold memories of the recurrence of some old forgotten melody!
How often we have associated places, thoughts, words, and faces with that
"air". What deep chords in our nature does music not reach! And so we
know that days will slip away, and when our high school days are over, there
will come times in our lives when under music's spell, we shall be carried
back to these golden days at Cabrini where singing and music have always
been a major part of our assemblies, annual plays, receptions. and graduation.
Here, by listening to recordings of the masters, we have deepened our ap-
preciation of music - music which cannot fail to recall memories of what is
sweet and true.
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IN OUR BEAUTIFULLY
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Cabrini Boggiano ,..,....
Jessica Carella ........
Ann Casey ....................
Margaret Cassidy ........
Joan Cavanagh .........
Janet Cobb ........,..............
Kathleen Colbert ........
Carol Collier ...,..........
Rose Coppola ......,...
Diana Costa .......,.......
Beatrice Daniels .r,......
Doris De Leo ............
Jean Dent ...........,...
Jean De Geer .......,...
Gloria Diaz ........,........
Elizabeth Dobbs ...............
Catherine Fletcher .........,
Margaret Gill ..................
Mary Ann Graf .......
Joyce Grach ..........
Sandra Guerra ..........
Joan Harte ......,......
Joan Hartnett ............
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Barbara Herbert ........... .............,....... M ost Unforgettable
Angehta Howell ........... .........
Mary Kavanagh ...........
Mary Kirby ................
Judith Kovacs ..,.........
Veronica Kunzig ..........
Carol Loftus ..............
Marie Loughnane ........
Nancy Madden ........
Winifred Magee ...........
Ann McGovern .....,..
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Patricia Mclsaac ............ .
Kathleen McManus ..
Eileen Moriarty ............
Dorothy Muller .........,
Ann Murphy ,..,.....,......
Kathleen Murphy ........
Theresa Nash .................
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Arleen Naughton ......,............ ............ M ost Fun-loving
Katherine Nugent .......
Diedre O'Brien ..........,.
Kathleen O'Connor ......,
Joan O'Donnell ...........
Geraldine O'Shea .......
Patricia Quigg .........
Evelyn Porco ..............
Renee Principe ...............
Marguerite Redondo .
Edwina Rehxll .............. ......
Rose Marie Rogers ....
Marie San Filippo ........
Patricia Schafer ......
Arlene Schlamp .......
Sonya Scott ............
Carolyn Somma ...,...
Eleanor Spain ,..................
Mary Ellen Spillane
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Meg Walsh ..............
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Rose Coppola ................
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Catherine Fletcher .......... ...,...........,. A lost Obliging
Myrna Vasquez .............
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As excited flustered green Freshres we approached the portals of Cabrlm Hugh
on a brlght September morning eager to begm a new hfe rn a new school What
expectations were 1n store for the future graduating class of 57' As we became
acquamted with our Prmclpal Mother Uusula and the other faculty members
our love for Cabrtm grew each succeeding day Daily visits to the small glowmg
chapel the center of the student s hfe at Cabrmr helped us to reahze the subhme
privilege that the body of a great samt and missionary still remains wrth us As
Freshman Year advanced so drd our Joy and enthusiasm
Initiation Day an exciting and memorable occasion afforded us an opportunlty
to display our talents and abrhtres as Spacemen from Mars Our semor slsters
ever patient and considerate guided us towards being true Cabrmrtes 1n mind and
spirit How those few months flew by with the oratorrcal contests basketball
games and above all Mother Ursulas feast day Then came St Patricks Day
Parade As we briskly marched up Fifth Avenue mtent on presenting a good
showing we achreved the feehng of actually being part of our beloved school
We shall never forget the thrllhng words whlch echoed through Cabrmr s corrldors
WE WON THE TROPHY' Christmas at Cabrlnl so full of joy and Splflt also
brought wrth it a long deserved vacatron As the winter months approached the
scemc atmosphere converted the campus into a snow laden parad1se The annual
retreat the Easter vacation and the rntramurals occupied those prectous moments
we enjoyed most rn school hfe Finally the beaut1ful month of May arrived and
all Cabrrm paid homage to IIS Queen 1n a speclal outdoor ceremony Graduation
mght a cherished event filled every Freshman with eager anticipation for her
own graduation How that dream IS nearing reahty
Freshman Year was truly a year to remember
Now we strode through the corridors of Cabrrnr with the new found confidence
of the proverbnal wrse fool Silver Bells could well be the motif of the year as
durmg our Sophomore Year Cabrmr High marked its twenty fifth milestone In1t1a
tion was viewed from the vantage point of past experience as our followers
hesrtantly donned their suits of torture Now that we had scaled the first plateau
every event held a new significance for us Columbus Day Parade Mother Ursula s
feast Halloween Thanksgiving and Chrrstmas came in raprd succession Re
splendent m our new school umforms we took the stage w1th decorum to announce
the silver Jubilee Our class had been a part of one more outstanding occaslon
as our songs filled the air we could not control the pride that surged wrthrn us
On Saint Patrrck s Day Cabrlnr glrls put their best foot forward as in years past
Intramural trme was soon with us agam closely followed by May Day As we
knelt at Mary s feet we consecrated ourselves once more to her We thanked her
for brmgrng us to the halfway mark rn our high school careers and lnvoked her
and rn the two years to come As we watched the semors bid a tearful farewell to
their Alma Mater on graduation mght we reahzed that these Golden Days
would fly by ever so quickly We prepared to enter the realm of upper classmen
with confidence and determination
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Junior Year at Cabrlm el year of oratorlcal victories of our reception of the
Cardinal Spellman marching trophy of repeated varslty successes It was full of
Golden Days ot study and of play which we shall never forget
In September we returned to the hallowed second floor and we were soon
swept up mto the famnhar tnde of scholastlc actnvnty Our mmation mto the
mysterres of Cicero and plane geometry was pamful but we managed to struggle
along bravely until we discovered we were actually enjoying our studies As the
weeks rolled by November arrived brmgmg wlth it our annual Autumn Dance
It could not have been better we all agreed Fall now lost nts brrghtness to wmter
and Christmas was at hand We liberally decorated our classrooms in the tradi
tional Yuletlde fashron Carols and a Christmas tableau marked the beglnmng of
Jaunary brought those formtdable opponents mid term exams We managed
somehow to conquer them and enter the second term Then came February 28
Rmg Night lt was of course the hnghllght of J umor Year The coveted school
rings were ours to remmd us always of the hlgh 1deals for which they stand
March brought us the hrghly coveted Cardinal Spellman Trophy for the Best
Marchmg Girls School m the St Patrick s Day Parade The weeks rolled by and
Goose Fables The catered luncheon whnch followed was our final gift to our
departmg semor sisters And the Golden Days of J umor Year led smoothly mto
our Golden Days of Semor Year
At last the day we all antrcnpated finally arrived and we re entered Cabr1n1
Hugh for the last time as the Semor Class of 1957 As we strolled 1ns1de the gates
displaying our semor hats and pms we eagerly eyed the new Freshxes and could
hardly wart to begm their mrtnatxon
While we were gettmg accustomed the time was shppmg by and before we
realized lt m1t1at1on was upon us When the day finally arrived we set sa1l from
the Battery toward a day of merrrment and pleasant memories Then we assldu
ously began practrcmg for the Columbus Day Parade so that once again we could
proudly display Cabrnm s colors w1th dignity The next big event was our beloved
Principal s feast and we prepared for it wlth enthusiasm and diligence Soon after
Halloween rolled around and we delighted m the colorful surroundmgs of our
ganly decorated cafeteria Thanksgiving came and went and we began to prepare
for our last Christmas at Cabrml We were very happy to present a program for
the benefit of the new Cabrmr College library
After we returned m January we began to study diligently for mid term exams
and we were a little dlsheartened to thlnk that graduation was comlng fast The
new term also brought many scholarship exams for those semors who were gomg
on to higher educatlon February brought a successful bazaar for the benefit of
the Cabrml Band Our Glee Club The Cabrmx Coro sang for Reverend Mother
Superior s feast and our three day annual retreat clrmaxed our round of BCIIVIIICS
But everythmg was our last at Cabrmr St Patrrck s Day Parade Easter vaca
tion May Day and with mixed feelmgs of Joy and sadness, graduatlon is upon
us joy at attammg our long awaited goal and sadness at the thought of leaving
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LORRAINE BARBARA ARSENAULT
Hazr caressed as by a golden glove
A grace and statelzness possessed by none
Lori wnth the long blonde halr and blue eyes has a
heart as blg as Texas whlch overflows wxth kmdness
and affectlon for everyone Her sparklmg w1t IS guar
anteed to brmg forth laughter whenever Lor1 IS around
She can be serlous though and determmed and these
qualltles together w1th a complete s1ncer1ty and a sense
of rellablllty should make success 1n the busmess world
assured We predict a brlllxant future for you Lorl
bemg the wonderful person you are you deserve lt
MARY ELLEN BARRET
The reason firm the temperate wzll
Endurance foreszght strength and skill
Armed wrth that preclous glft of not so common com
mon sense and the humor that so often accompames
ll Mary qunckly won our hearts m Freshman year She
has kept them ever smce Her hrgh ldeals deep rooted
honesty and an admnratxon for all thmgs good to
gether wxth her love of God have made Mary a won
enthuslastnc school spmt and partlcnpatlon 1n Glee Club
cheerleading or mock basketball have helped make
these actlvmes more enjoyable for us all Contmue to
keep your hugh :deals Mary and wlth the guldmg hand
of Mary for whom you were named your future suc
cess lS assured
CABRINI ANN BOGGIANO
Dark brown gay eyes
Laughing bubbling wzth surprise
Combme a pleasmg dlsposmon w1th a dynamrc per
sonahty and you have the dellghtful mixture that IS
Cabrml As one of our many br1ll1ant orators Cabrmn
has excelled m many oratoncal contests Her cheerful
smile and anlmated face w1ll be an everlasting picture
1n our hearts She has cheered many a bad moment with
one phllosophrc shrug of her shoulders Dont change
Cabflnl and I am sure your future w1ll be filled with
as large a followmg of falthful and lovlng frlends as
those you ve made at Cabrml
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JESSICA ANN CARRELLA
"The tremulous gold of stars within your hair
Are yellow bees flown from the hive of night."
A live wire, that's.our Jessie. Literally vibrating with
life, this refreshing little senior has captured the hearts
of all her classmates and teachers. She has the coveted
ability to transform even the most monotonous days
into bright, gay ones. She enjoys life, but she can be
serious, diligent and conscientious too. After gradua-
tion, Jessie plans to attend business school. Her pres-
ence should brighten any otlice. Success in the future
Jessie, and may Mary guide you always.
ANN KATHLEEN CASEY
True wit is nature to advantage dressed
What oft was thought but ne er so well expressed
Ann has an effervescent personality and a love of all
things joyous She is charitable toward all and deeply
loyal to everything she holds dear Her interest in her
classmates and school activities are commendable We
shall always remember the way in which she charmed
her audience with a Feast Day Salutation during Junior
Year As you leave the walls of your Alma Mater take
with you your genuine simplicity and we are certain
that you will always be content
MARGARET ROSE CASSIDY
Whether we look or whether we listen
We hear life murmur see it glisten
Margaret is one of those people who by their unassum
mg friendly attitude win numerous friends with the
greatest ease The Senior Class just would not seem
the same without her quick smile and her interest in
all school activities As Co captain of the Varsity Mar
garet had more than once been responsible for the
completion o fa dithcult play and in so doing has
insured another Cabrini victory Margarets readiness
to cooperate in any school or class activity and her
sincere concern for the welfare of her classmates has
made her a popular member of the Senior Class Suc
cess in the future Margaret
JOAN FRANCES CAVANAGH
"Oval cheeks encolored faintly
With a trail of golden hair."
Joan is indeed a most charming miss. She captivates
everyone with her gay smile and bubbling personality.
This "Miss Sunshine" has diffused her warmth and love
of life throughout the Senior Class. Joan is a remark-
able athlete as well as a good student, and her fondest
ambition is to succeed in the realm of science after
four years of college. We, your classmates and friends
will always be glad we had the opportunity of knowing
you Joan and we hope that success will be yours
throughout the years.
JANET ELIZABETH COBB
A face with gladness overspread
Soft smiles by human kindness bred
A conscientious student and a remarkable basketball
player Janet is truly a credit to her Alma Mater As
the Captain of our Varsity she has led our school to
countless victories and has been an inspiration to all
her team mates Her school spirit is not only evident
on the basketball court it shines through her every
action Cheerful gay helpful encouraging and comfort
mg Cdepending on whether we re going into a test or
coming outj a truly wonderful person May you always
remain as you are now Janet gaining in grace and
happiness with the years
KATHLEEN MARY COLBERT
Wtth lustre teach your eyes to glow
And health and cheerfulness bestow
Vivacity is truly applicable to Kathleen Her laughing
blue eyes betray her buoyant personality before one
even hears the sound of her gay laughter When she
graduated from Cabrini Grammar School her Year
book caption read always a sparkling gleam of sun
shine How true this still is' A more serious side of
Kathleens character is illustrated by her active par
ticipation in public speaking which has brought honor
to her Alma Mater As a member of the cheering
squad her school spirit and enthusiasm have helped
cheer the Varsity on to victory May the Blessed
Mother to whom we know you are devoted Kathleen
guide your way to a successful goal
CAROL JOAN COLLIER
"Continuous as the stars that shine
And twinkle on the milky way."
When a head is quickly raised from its task, and two
sparkling eyes are lifted, ready for laughter, you've had
a glimpse of Carol the way we'll always see her in our
memories. And with this mental picture will come the
remembrance of all the airy qualities that make up
Carol as we know her. The childlike manner in which
she will look life straight in the eye, and decide that
good and bad considered, it's wonderful-her bubbling
spirit, especially when fired by her special love
for her school - her effervescent participation in all
classroom activities' all these will come to your mind.
And then her all-encompassing encouragement-for
who has not been encouraged by Carol? And as we
think we realize that Carol has that rare and wonder
ful gift of eternal youth which we feel she will use in
all its potency for her God and her country
DIANA ROSE COSTA
ANNA ROSE COPPOLA
Fair well she kept her genial mood
And simple faith of mazdenhood
Her shy manner sweet smile and serene countenance
are indeed a pleasure to see Never ruffled not easily
agitated Anna is an example of patience and kmdliness
If a helping hand is needed hers is always extended
Stay as sweet as you are Anna and your future with
the help of Mary and her Divine Son will be a success
ful happy one
My soul there is a country
A far behind the stars
Poise and tact are only two of the many wonderful
qualities possessed by our Diana Dee has captivated
many friends with her quiet humor and she is just as
pretty as she is popular Her love of art and music
and a dignified manner radiating kindness and warmth
will be definite assets when Diana becomes a teacher
She has displayed her great devotion to the Blessed
Virgin by active participation in the school Sodahty
We pray Dee that Divine Love will always be your
BEATRICE URSULA DANIELS
And all that s best of dark or brzght
Meet tn her aspect and her eyes
For some people grvmg comes as easxly as recervmg
Bea IS one of those people and durrng her four years
at Cabrrnr she has grven not only of her trme and talent
but more rmportant of herself For thus reason Bea
wrll ever be part of our recollectrons of school days
She lrkes baseball basketball rn fact almost any sport
Her warm pleasant manner and her specral grft for
making you ever so glad you re YOU wrll be helpful
to her as a hrgh school t acher the career she hopes
to follow God bless you ea and may all your dreams
JEAN ANTOINETTE DE GEER
F azr as a star when only one
ls shlnlng In the sky
Could you possrbly prcture a Mona Llsa daubmg at a
canvas wrth a sm1le" That s Jean For she s our class
artlst and a work of art herself Her serenrty and her
elusrveness may be very old world and certarnly some
one who s as talented rn musrc as she IS rn art IS worthy
of the Renarssance but we know Jean IS very very
twentreth century as well CAnyone who can collect
money from seventy odd absent mrnded semors wlth
so lrttle pam and pull rs capable of rnternatronal fi
nancel But Jeans IS a sprrrt full of sweet contradrc
trons so we re not a but surprrsed at some of these
outlandrsh combmatrons w1th1n her An esthetrc wnth a
tlarr for finance IS just one prcture but a musrcxan wrth
a love for Jazz and an orl painting artlst who draws
cartoons are others just as well loved by all of us
However there rs one srde of Jeans character where
there IS no contradlctron this lS her great love for Mary
and her Blessed Son
DORIS ROSE DE LEO
Who never defers and never demands
But smiling takes the world zn her hand
All the qualmes of a sweet old fashroned g1rl have gone
rnto maklng up our Dorrs Her soft sweet nature lS
supplemented by her courteous attrtude need we say
that thls manner has attracted many frlends Pleaslng
shyness plus a fine sense of humor makes th1s young
lady much adnnred and loved by everyone Large dark
eyes that seem to know a hrdden secret are Dons most
strrkrng feature After graduatron Dor1s wrshes to go
to medrcal school and someday to become a surgeon
Her gentle yet determlned manner whlch we have
always noted durrng her Cabr1n1 years Wlll make an
rdeal basrc characterlstrc for such a professlon We
pray Dorrs that God w1ll gurde your hand and protect
JEAN ELM IRA DENT
Joy from her heart doth sing at home
Wtth little care if others hear
This sprightly seniors effervescent personality is well
recognized around the campus of Cabrmi Her love of
rhythm and music and her irrepressible manner make
our Jean one of the most popular girls in the Senior
Class But there is a serious side to her personality
A keen sense of responsiblity to her class and school
has always made her a dependable and willing worker
We pray Jean that God will keep you under the pro
tection of His Guiding Hand
ELIZABETH DORETTA DOBBS
A countenance in it hich did meet
S it eet records promises as sweet.
We really know that Elizabeth is gentle and lady-like
and sweet. And it' she told us that on blustery days she
likes nothing better than curling up in a cozy chair
with a kitten on her lap and a book of Browning in
her hand-we d all love to nod our heads sagely for
from all appearances this should be true. But we
couldnt. We know better. We know that she loves ice
skating especially when it s accompanied by nippy air
'ind steaming hot chocolate. And we know she can talk
football fwith the wickedest twinkle in her eye when
she speaks of West Pointj. We know that her choice
of a college is between Cornell and Fordham where
shes considering taking a pre-med course. Even con-
sidering such a course takes plenty of spunk. This we
know that Elizabeth has, along with the warmest wish
to help her fellowman all she can. We know all these
things and we're still as perfectly sure that she's gentle
and sweet and ladylike.
GLORIA MARIA DIAZ
Her eyes as stars of twilight fair
Like twilight s too her dusky hazr
Have you ever seen someone whose face lights up when
she smiles but who keeps this very special smile only
for very special moments9 You have" Well surround
that smile with long black tresses slim delicate hands
Thats our Gloria She is always precisely and exactly
herself And with the quiet unassuming warmth for
which we have come to know her she has absolutely
no need for affectation We have also come to recog
nize in her a great capacity for good steady work that
is not without an original flair which is the output of
her very individual personality We feel sure that wher
ever you may go the quiet influence of your personality
will be felt and appreciated. And we pray that you may
go forever as you do now: moving toward Christ under
the protective mantle of His Mother.
CATHERINE THERESA FLETCHER
Wzth laughlng eyes and a merry smile
She s full of fun most all the whzle
How can anyone of us forget Catherme s frtendly smnle
her twmklmg eyes her warm sunny nature" We have
all declded that she must have a maglc wand that com
mands the bubblmg good humor and exuberant galety
w1th whxch she turns frowns 1nto Sml1CS and clouds
1nto sunbeams But Catherme has a sertous stde too
When xt comes to studies she IS ever consclenttous and
dlhgent To one of our best hked Senlors we b1d a fond
farewell wtth a fervent prayer that God may watch over
MARGARET ANN GILL
We search the world for truth
We cull the good the pure the beautzful
Peggy s warm brown eyes mtrror her mner calm and
gentleness Thus member of the Semor Class wlll al
ways have a speclal place 1n our hearts As class treas
uter and secretary of the Sodaltty, Peggys energettc
fulfillment of her dunes has been commendable Her
school spmt ns wttnessed by her eager partnclpatton tn
Semor actlvmes An mdustrtous student she has done
well scholasttcally durmg her four years at Cabrml
and leaves no doubt that she w1ll contmue to do so at
college Peggys chosen career ts teachmg for whlch
we know her pattent understandnng wnll well suxt her
May God watch over you always Peggy as you leave
MARY ANN LOUISE GRAF
Love sweetness goodness rn her person
Shzned so clear as zn no place wzth more delight
Subdued charm and a pleasmg dxsposxtlon best descrlbe
our Mary Anne Thxs fatr hatred mlss has always been
an eager partlcrpant ln all that has been good for the
class and for the school Her knndness and dependabthty
are forcefully portrayed both IH and out of school
Courteously tactfully and patnently she goes from the
duttes of today to the tasks of tomorrow Mary Ann
we know youll be a success 1n whatever you do We
shall ever keep the memory of your frtendshlp and
qulet charm among the memorles we ve made at our
dear Alma Mater God be wlth you always'
JOYCE THERESA GRACH
Sweet she is
As kznd as love
Charm and grace set this lovely Seniors personality
aglow A personality that is full of warmth and humor
tenderness and garety With her friendly smile happy
disposition and helping hand Joyce IS admired by all
An ardent Sodality member she has shown her great
devotion to the Mother of God Her ambition IS to be
a private secretary May you be successful in the future
Joy and may Christ keep you always in the shelter of
His Most Sacred Heart
SANDRA ELIZABETH GUERRA
A dancmg shape an :mage gay
To haunt to startle and way lay
Bubblmg vivacious spontaneous thats Kit And her
personality IS matched by her enchanting appearance
He rdark eyes and her short pert hair do could not
be beaten by the most precious gamm Her youthful
sophistication Cshe looks like a page from Mademoi
selle J gives her a warm assured glow Kit has always
kept up with the latest fads but she has an aptness for
correct picking and choosing She has proven her quah
ties of leadership individuality and initiative many
times Who but Kit would have had the spunk to goad
the intramural cheerers on to such dynamic action?
She is equally in the fore during and after school We
know Kit will use these qualities of leadership in the
true Cabrini manner staying ever on the path to God
and leading others along this holy happy way
JOAN MAUREEN HARTE
Tis easy now for the heart to be true
Tis the natural way of Irving
Shining eyed Joan is the possessor of a true Irish com
plexion Her fair skin is complemented by her dark
hair and eyes and highlighted by her rosy cheeks and
lips. Many are the occasions on which her oratorical
ability has brought honor to herself and Cabrini High.
An active member of the Senior Class Joan is Sodality
librarian a post she ably fills. As secretary of the Class
of 57 she has proven her administrative ability. Her
sense of humor and versatility have made Joan well-
liked by us all. Although her choice of a career is not
yet definite we are sure she will with Gods help
attain any goal she may set .......
JOAN MARIA HARTNETT
"Maiden with the soft brown tresses,
Flowing o'er her dreamy eyes."
Ever respectful, courteous, and willing, Joan is the em-
bodiment of a true Cabrinite. She has a keen intellect
and a sense of humor-two of the most important
reasons for her popularity. Joan plans to go to secre-
tarial school after leaving Cabrini, and her attractive
appearance, infectious laugh, and pleasing personality,
we are certain, will assure her success in the business
world. Never forget your many friends, Joan, here at
Cabrini. You know you will always be in our prayers.
BARBARA LYNN HERBERT
I would look up and love and laugh and lift
Lighthearted and gay most optimistic exhilirated
that s our Barbara All through her eight years at Ca
brim Barbara has always seemed to us the epitome of
vivacious buoyancy Rarely dispirited she zestfully
lives life Her blonde hair complements a flawless
complexion and her clear blue eyes hint of her keen
sense of humor which is always so infectious As a
member of our Junior class basketball team Barbara
worked hard and well as one of our guards Whatever
your choice of a career may be Babs we trust you
will find success
ANGELITA LILLIAN HOWELL
Above the awakening continents from shore
Somewhere the birds are singing evermore
Angelitas name truly typifies her personality little
Angel Her flowing black hair frames a piquant dainty
face and her dark eyes with true Spanish charm An
industrious student Angelita constantly maintains a
high academic standard She is an active Sodalist doing
catechetical work once a week Her hobby is Spanish
dancing at which is most proficient Angelita s ambition
is to become a registered nurse a career for which her
mild warm hearted disposition should make her most
suitable May God help you to attain your goal
MARY CECILIA KAVANAGH
'fSeeir1g it good as when God hrs! saw
And gave il the weight of His Will."
One of the outstanding characteristics of our Mary is
the joy and enthusiasm with which she tackles every-
thing. Beneath her calm manner is a keen sense of
humor for did you guess that because of the merry
glint in her eyes'?J Her sharp perception has made her
a sympathetic and understanding friend to all her class-
mates. These qualities, plus a dependable and consider-
ate nature, make up a personality that is always to be
found in the midst of laughter and warmth. Mary's
future will be dedicated to the greater honor and glory
of God making her life a prayer We wish you Mary
all the happiness in the world and we pray that Saint
Cabrmi will always be with you to watch over and
MARY ELIZABETH KIRBY
A calm reserved manner a delightful sense of humor
and J self assurance that portrays the person who al
ways knows what she is doing best characterize Mary
Elizabeth Naturally curly reddish hair frames a sweet
jolly face Blessed with a lovely voice she enjoys sing
mg When the fiddle starts to play and feet start to tap
Mary does the Irish step dancing of which she lS so
fond History is her favorlte subject Mary plans to
attend secretarial school after she leaves Cabrlm God
love you always Mary May you never lose your sweet
JUDITH LOIS KOVACS
Each heart holds the secret
Kindness IS the word
Tall slender Judy is one of our most attractive Seniors
Her expressive brown eyes and her reddish hair com
plement a classically oval face Judys ready sense of
humor and unassuming air make her popular with her
cllssmates Her helping hand is always extended and
her smile is always sincere She has been a cheerleader
in the basketball intramurals for three years and is an
Cl er rooter at all of our Varsity games as well as
other school activities Though her sweet voice might
make a popular singing career possible Judy s chosen
field is modeling Success and happiness to you Judy
VERONICA ANNE KUNZIG
Her feet are firmly planted on the rock
And amidst the wildest storms
she stands undaunted
Sweetness and geniality are wonderful qualities and
combmed with a quiet lady like manner we have a
suitable description of Ronnie She is an enthusiastic
member of the Semor Class and deeply loyal to her
school and friends Wherever she may go she will al
ways have a multitude o ffriends just as she does now
Good luck to you Ronme and may God remember
you generously with his graces during the years to
CAROL SUSAN LOFTUS
S0 long as men can breathe or eyes can see
So long lives truth and this gives life to thee
Carol is a combination of some of the most wonderful
traits we can imagine She IS charm with a fresh coun
tenance wit with a wondering smile and intelligence
with a philosophy book tucked beneath its arm It has
always been Carols greatest desire to draw people
closer to our Divine Lord smce she herself appreciates
the warmth of bemg near Him Her professional am
bition however leads her into the world of executives
and gray flannel suits where a secretarial position
awaits her We are certain you can only be a brilliant
successs Carol you have all the necessary gifts to
MARIE HELEN LOUGHNANE
And thine eyes are as lakes
Enameled with sunset.
With just one look into Maries expressive eyes you
know that a sterling character is one of her most notice-
able characteristics. Her generosity loyalty and kind-
ness aretraits that can only inspire admiration from her
classmates. She has been blessed with an even tem-
perament and we cant ever remember seeing her with
a harsh expression. Maries attractive and unaffected
manner are enviable qualities. Her readiness to help
whenever she is needed and her sincerity where all
ar concerned are attributes by which we shall long
remember her. She enjoys History and it is in this
subject that she attains her best grades. Whenever there
is a good book to read Marie is literally in her glory.
With her soft manner she has proven herself a true
and warm-hearted friend and her friendship is treas-
ured by all. It is with a fond adieu that we bid you
farewell, may you ever be as sweet and genuine as you
are this day.
ANN ELINOR MADDEN
A ready wlt and frzendly face
Always set a lzvely pace
Nancy IS that kmd of small boned tmy walsted gnrl
who could get by just by bemg sweet and actrng cute
Instead she has developed a sclntrllatmg wrt a Wlde
range of lnterests and a steam roller techmque for get
tmg homework done She has certamly used thls last
accompllshment to advantage for she has marched up
the axsle to recelve a General Excellence medal each
and every term and her name has almost always dec
orated the Honor Roll But thls has not mterfered wrth
her soctal hfe or her extra curricular l1fe at school For
Nancy IS defimtely a doer As the t1n1est g1rl on the
small cheerlng squad she has put many an Amazon
to shame wnth her v1m and vrgor In farewell we can
only w1sh Nancy that you w1ll always be as successful
1n your chosen field as you have been durmg these four
happy years at Cabr1n1 W1th God s help we know this
w1ll easrly come true
WINIF RED REGINA MAGEE
Blue are her eyes as the fazry flax
Her cheeks lzke the dawn of Day
The l1lt of Ir1sh laughter IS a phrase that aptly applres
to thrs happy Senror Her lovely complexron rs matched
by the radrance of her pleaslng smlle A VIVHCIOUS
personalrty fired by a deep love of God has helped to
make her an ardent Sodahst and an ldeal Cabr1n1te
A thlrst for knowledge and a partlcular lnterest ln
languages keeps her scholastlc standmg at a proud
level W1nn1e s many talents wrll be dlrected to the field
of socrology where she feels an unl1m1ted good can be
accompllshed May Our Lady keep you always ln her
srght and send you an abundance of graces
ANN THERESA MCGOVERN
O' How much more doth beauty beauteous seem
By that sweet ornament which truth doth gzve
A most attractrve g1rl IS Ann Lovely to look at and
surrounded by an aura of charm Her wealth of school
spmt IS evidenced by the amount of effort she puts mto
bemg an enthusrasttc cheerleader Generous thoughtful
and plous wnth a deep love for Our Lord Ann s actlons
reflect thrs love She hopes to attend college and per
haps become a bacterlologlst an lnterestlng professlon
for an ambmous young woman W1th the Blessed
Mothers help we know you w1ll have success Ann
Each of us rs glad to have known you as a fr1end
KATHLEEN MARY MCGRATH
As Merry as a cricket and an
Of all that IS pleasant
Kathleen of the sparklmg Irrsh eyes IS blessed w1th
a capacnty for brmgmg a smrle to the most grlm m
ments Her warm frrendly manner luke a fresh sum
mer ram can change a dull ordmary day 1nto a brlght
one Her ready smnle and gentle manner w1ll endear
her to all those who w1ll make up her future we know
as they have endeared her to all of us The Class of
57 wlshes you every success Kathy and may Mary
contmue to gulde your steps through hfe
PATRICIA ANN MCISAAC
And on that cheek and 0 er that brow
The smiles that wzn the tlnts that glow
Here IS a possessor of those two ultra femmme charac
ternstlcs blond hanr and blue eyes fthe blondest blonde
and the bluest blue weve ever seenj But dont let
this frivolous exterlor fool you' Th1s IS no frrlly valen
tme gurl On the contrary Pat IS an almost uncom
promnsmg person Her ldeas ar very clear very deflmte
Shell never take a maybe att1tude about anythmg
Yet there is no hmt of coldness 1n thls her mterest 1n
each person that she contacts durmg the day IS warm
and drrect Never could she be labeled the SCIIOUS
type for along wlth her uncomprom1s1ng nature
God also gave her a wrt uncompared ln the Semor
class Clt has even been suspected that Pat w1ll some
tlmes laugh at our feebly funny attempts just to make
us feel goodl Havmg always been wxllmg to do what
ever she can to glve her classmates and her school a
boost Pat has succeeded m do1ng both of these ex
tremely well Remember us Pat for well always re
KATHLEEN PATRICIA MCMANUS
Thy soul IS llke a star and dwells afar
You have a vozce whose sound IS l1ke the sea
Behmd Kathy s qulet appearance hes a wealth of humor
and mtelhgence Sparkhng black halr and danc1ng eyes
make her as Irlsh lookmg as her name 1mpl1es Math
ematlcs IS her forte and her outstandmg record IS thxs
subject shows her unusual capablllty Kathy always has
a charmmg smlle and seldom becomes perturbed as
her frlends w1ll tell you She hopes to be a nurse and
wlth her qulet dngmty and love for her fellowman how
could she but succeed? Her pleasant personality has
won her an envled place m the hearts of her class
mates and we know lt w1ll contmue to help fill her
llfe wlth new frlends God bless you Kathy and may
H1s Blessed Mother always gulde you
VESNA MASY MOHOROVICIC
The mocking btrd will feel again the glory
of hts wzngs
And unto thee the balmy atr and sunshzne
whtle he szngs
Vcs ts one ot our most popular Senlors Her laughmg
brown eyes her ready wrt and genume frrendlmess are
promment attrlbutes of her well rounded character As
edttor of The Cabrrman she drhgently applles her
sell to the work a school newspaper requlres Vesnas
scholasnc record too has been good so has been her
partrclpatlon rn school actrvmes Her outgorng person
ahty and smcerrty make Vesna welcome m any gather
mg Her helpfulness IS always 1n evldence Her career
mterests seem to veer toward unrversrty educatron at
whlch she IS sure to succeed Remember Cabr1n1 and
your classmates always Vesna
EILEEN MARY MORIARTY
My soul goes clad tn gorgeous thtngs
Scarlet and gold and blue
Tall blonde Elleen IS a most rmportant member of the
Class of 57 In her capacrty as Presndent of the Semor
Class she has demonstrated her line executnve ab1l1ty
and her pleasing personallty and ready smlle have en
deared her to all of us During her four years at Ca
brlnr Elleen has matntalned a hlgh academlc standard
whtle strll havmg time to devote to school act1v1t1es
No basketball or oratorrcal contest would be complete
wlthout her Educatlon ts her chosen field for the fu
ture A true Cabrmlte we know she wrll be successful
and a credtt always to her Alma Mater May the
Blessed Mother guide you always Etleen
DOROTHY ANN MULLER
Half the beauty of her smtle
Is the thought that hes behznd tt
Calm reserved ln manner and just a ltttle lmplsh at
trmes that s Dotty He rsmlle lllummates her face and
her quret and serene charm IS truly magnetlc She IS a
detcrmmed worker wlth a wtll to do what IS rlght
Because of her hlgh alms and willingness to work hard
for what she wants Dottle will have success ln her
chosen field we are sure May God protect you always
Anne is the songbird of the Class of
voice and charming personality have
many friends and admirers at Cabrini.
ANN LYNN MURPHY
"Her voice is like the voice the
Stars had when they sang togetherf'
'57. Her lovely
gained for her
With her calm
disposition and inimitable poise, she rises to every occa-
sion with grace and gentility. Her school spirit would
be hard to match-who has cheered more enthusias-
tically than Anne at all basketball games and oratorical
contests? A conscientious student always ready to co-
operate she has earned the admiration of teachers and
students alike A place in the business world is her
goal Good luck Anne we all know you are bound to
succeed Our prayers go with you
Oh the sunshine of her presence
How it cheers us on our way
Kathleen is the possessor of a sunny disposition which
is a blend of Irish merriment and good sense She de
rrves the greatest pleasure from just seeing that every
one is happy Her loyal school spirit has made her a
favorite among her classmates and teachers Kathleen
has chosen nursing as a career and will attend nursing
school in the fall We are certain that with her charm
her desire to help others and Mary s guiding hand her
future will hold happiness and success
THERESA J OHANNA NASH
1 stay my haste I make delays
Theresa s quiet good nature IS indeed a most admirable
quality Since sophomore year when Theresa entered
Cabrmi her sedate sparkle had endeared her to her
teachers and fellow students alike A diligent student
she had maintained a high scholastic standing and
earned an enviable reputation As a member of the
cheering squad she adds much to its attractivness and
efficiency At every basketball game one can see
Theresa s blonde head bobbing excitedly up and down
on the sidelines She derives great pleasure too from
the meetings of the Sodality of which she is a member
We are sure God will guide your steps to success in
your chosen career Theresa
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"May mirthful laughter and joy of
Living be with you alwaysf'
Here is a girl who is a constant source of enjoyment
to those near her. Endowed with an excellent sense of
humor, she has made our years at Cabrini truly delight-
ful. Her splendid school spirit and class loyalty are
both illustrated by her eager participation in school
activities. What would we have done in the intramural
basketball games if Arleen had not been there to pick
up the score and our spirits? May you grow in grace
and happiness in the years to come, Arleen, and may
God keep you forever in His Eternal Love and care.
And something more than Melody
Dwells ever In her words
Cathys warm heart and gracious manner make her
loved by one and all If there was ever a champion ot
justice it is our Cathy She is always quick to spring
to the defense of her classmates As a Spemsh catechist
educating small children in the doctrines of the Cath
ollc faith her spare time IS well taken up but she
always has time to show her school spirit by taking an
active part in the choir the Sodallty md on the cheer
mg squad Cathys dream is to some day return to
Venezuela taking with her we are sure the ideals that
have become part of her at Cabrnni We are sure you
will be successful in everything you do Cathy and may
the Blessed Mother ever guide you
KATHERINE MARGARET NUGENT
A rose with all its sweetest petals still unfolded
A gay Irish twinkle in her eye and a bright greeting
on her lips makes our Katherine a popular member of
the Senior class As far back as Freshman year we
remember her as a girl with a wonderful sense of
humor a keen interest in school activities and a sweet
warm manner Katherine s pretty face radiates kindness
an outward indication of the goodness within We re
very very sure of that inner goodness because we ve
seen lt demonstrated many times in her thoughtfulness
and kindness tow 1rd her classm ltes We know too that
you will always be as well liked by those you come in
contact after graduation Katherine as you are here at
Cabr1n1 God bless you you have our prayers
DEIRDRE RUTH OBRIEN
Asking nothing revealing naught
But mlntzng her words from a fund of thought
Deirdre s very calm exterior belies a sparkling and in
tensely mischievous personality Her rare capacity for
keeping a listener enthralled with an anecdote of some
comic situation has provided many moments of good
fun Dede has a keen awareness of what goes on
about her and when sh CIS silent her thoughts flow
deep When she becomes a teacher Dede will be
furnished with the opportunity of utilizing her many
talents Great fidelity a sense of trustworthlness and
active charity are all bound together by a patient
understanding and intelligence We pray Dierdre that
KATHLEEN FRANCES OCONNOR
Glittering as the stars that shine
And twinkle on the Milky Way
Take a package full of personality add a wee bit of
delightful sophistication tie it up with a winning smile
and it best describes Kathleen As our famed V P
in Senior year and a class officer at various other times
during the years Kathleen has always been ready to
offer her services Did you know that Kathleen played
a large part in writing the Mother Goose Operetta
or was the thread of her whimsical Irish fancy so cosely
interwoven in the script that you guessed9 God be with
you always Kathleen may success and happmess be
Divine Love will light your way to Heaven
JOAN ANN ODONNELL
Every river dashing every lightning flashing
Like an angels sn ord.
A sense of fair play a warm personality and the ability
to make friends easily have made Joan a popular mem-
ber of the Senior Class. She is an enthusiastic partici-
pant in many sports, but has proven herself especially
adept in basketball. She enjoys dancing, has impeccable
taste in clothes-and the ability to wear them well-
and is always ready to take an active part in class
activities. Although still uncertain as to what she will
do after graduation, we know she will be a success.
Remember your classmates at Cabrini, Joan, for we
will not forget you.
GERALDINE FRANCES O'SHEA
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever,
Its loveliness increases always."
Dancing blue eyes and a beautiful smile make Gerry
a most attractive girl. Her sparkling personality, sweet-
ness and gentleness have endeared her to us all. Gerry
abounds in loyalty and school spirit, and she spares no
effort to accomplish anything she sets out to do. Sin-
cerity and devotion to Mary are just two of the char-
acteristics that make her so perfectly suited to the role
of vice-president of the Sodality. Gerry has chosen
nursing as her career, and someday in the near future,
with God s help we know she will walk down the long
corridors of a hospital as she has so often dreamed
Because you are such a charming person Gerry we
cannot help but remember you always
Cute as a
this is our
PATRICIA ELIZABETH QUIGG
But all things else about her drawn
From May time and the cheerful Dawn
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little girl is made of Exactly five feet and two inches
accounts for the little and it must be the sugar that
accounts for Pat s energetic schedule Not satisfied with
maintaining an excellent scholastic record Pat has
achieved considerable fame for her oratorical ability
is Editor of the Yearbook and a cheerleader Her re
serve energy she uses for dancing swimming or ice
skating three of her favorite sports The spice accounts
for that extra something in Pats personality Every
thing nice is just a summary of an attractive charm
mg friendly girl our Pat' May God continue to bless
you in the future as he has in the past
EVELYN MARY PORCO
Silver beams and glittering moonlight
Reflect heaven in her eyes
button sweet and warm as a spring day
Evelyn Blessed with the gift of humor and
this staunch loyal friend is ever ready to
her help is needed Her quick bright smile
is a joy to see a reflection of her inner warmth and
sinceiity Evelyn s choice for the future is the business
world and after she has completed a business course
will we are sure become a sucessful secretary God
bless you Evelyn our prayers go with you
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RENEE MARTHA PRINCIPE
The trees have lent thezr grace and statelzness to her
And the flowers thezr warmth and beauty
Renee IS a contmental beauty from sunny Italy and
her gay drsposmon IS evxdenced by her llltmg laughter
and fun lovmg nature Her well modulated vo1ce and
refined manner reflect the years of trammg she has re
cerved rn her natlve Rome Renee has a great love for
art whrch she studied extenslvely 1n Italy and after
graduatlon she hopes to contlnue thrs study at St John s
Ul'llVCfSlly Wrth your God glven talent for pamtmg
Renee and Hrs continued Love to gulde you we know
you w1ll have the success you so r1chly deserve
MARGUERITA MARINA REDONDO
Lzke unto a ripple ln the sea
Brmgzng a star to shore
Wxth her warm personahty and her farrness rn dealmg
wnth others thus sp1r1ted Senror IS now and w1l1 ever
be a great favorlte among her frlends and acquamt
ances She has been blessed wrth a vrvrd rmagmatron
whrch colors everythmg she does She has a sweet smg
mg volce and has often entertamed at school perform
ances After graduation Marguerlte would like to go
to Cabrml College Whatever the future has ln store
and whatever problems the years may brmg we are
sure that she wrll wrth the help of God Iind success
rn her chosen field
EDWINA FRANCES REHILL
The very flowers that bend and meet tn sweetenzng
others grow more sweet
Wmme lS the lucky possessor of a tranqurl and un
ruflled personahty Durmg her four years at Cabflnl
she has proven herself to be one of the most hkable
girls rn our class We are sure that IS because of her
warm nature and helpfulness toward everyone Wmme
shall as she has always done smce we ve known her
make a success of all thmgs Because she remams close
to the Heart of Jesus and thmks always of others she
wlll always be blessed wlth an abundance of frlends
ROSE MARIE ROGERS
"Her every tone is music's own
And something more than melody dwells ever
in her words."
The serenity gained in the quiet of a country chapel
can be gathered by a few moments talking with Rose
Marie. Her personality is a priceless masterpiece and
her radiant warmth glows brightly from within. She is
generous, thoughtful and an outstanding student who
strives for perfection in everything. As an ardent mem-
ber of the Sodality, she has given her efforts generously.
Her ambition is to become a teacher, and we are sure
she will have no trouble achieving her ambition. Our
very best wishes and prayers go with you always, Rose
PATRICIA MARY SCHAFER
Contznuous as the stars that shine
And twinkle on the Milky Way
Laughing green eyes fringed with long black lashes
a head of curly brown hair and a beautiful smile
thats our Pat A true Cabrmite she possesses talent
a gay personality and a keen probing mind I-Ier hob
bies are 1ce skating and dancing and she is proficient
at both Pats chosen vocation seems a but odd but to
her it is the most natural choice in the world She hopes
to enter Fordham University in September to study
Psychology May Mary keep you always in her sight
Pat remember us we won t forget you
MARIE CONCETTA SAN FILIPPO
Our Marte is tall hthe exuberant and possesses a
remarkable zest for life W,ho but this Brooklynite
would have braved lnclement weather to attend every
basketball game and every oratorical contest m which
Cabrmi part1c1pated'l Time and again she has
proved herself to be a loyal Cdbflnlte Her sparkling
wit and spontaneity have captivated all the Seniors and
have made Marie a very popular person Yes Marte
IS a very essential member ot our Senior Class for her
presence has meant warmth charm and learning Our
fondest hopes go with you always dear Marte may
you ever walk with God
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Whose golden beams mth mormng play
Ana' make her eyes so brzghtlg shine
Arleen s keen mmd and naturally preclse nature make
her a math WhlZ She IS a steadfast and true frlend
always ready to lend a helpmg hand Arleen rs a petlte
person but what she lacks rn slze she makes up for
m her pert w1tty way Although she has a deep love
for muslc and art and IS very capable IH both these
fields her secret ambmon 1S to enter the screntrfic field
and eventually to become a laboratory techmclan We
your classmates and frlends wlsh you all the success
md happmess you so well deserve Arleen and may
God s graces go wxth you
SON IA ELIZABETH SCOTT
Charmzng sweet and gay
A sunbeam for a razny day
Soma s charm and qulet nature have endeared her to
all her classmates Her honesty appreclatnon of beauty
and her devotlon to her heavenly Mother are only a
few of the fine qualrtres she possesses A graduate of
Cabrmr Grammar School she came to Cabrlm H1gh
w1th a matchless school sp1r1t that has never faded
Your future lS assured Soma for you have been blessed
with the traits needed to be an example among busy
people ln a busy world You wxll keep that lrttle candle
burnmg brlghtly the candle of dally actlons per
formed m the llght of falth
CAROLYN PAULETTE SOMMA
I F11 this cup to one made up
Of Iovellness alone
Quiet charm laughmg eyes a vlvaclous personal1ty
are all part of thls pretty Senior As a member of the
Yearbook staff she was invaluable As the Mother
Superior ln Everynun and Lady Brltte ln the Chrlst
mas play she proved her ablllty to act As a frlend
ever ready to extend a helpmg hand she brought cheer
to all who needed lt As secretary of the school Sodahty
she showed an efflclent manner worthy of a leader
Her hlgh scholastlc standard w1ll contmue ln college
we are sure where Carolyn hopes to major m Engllsh
and lournallsm M ny God be wlth you alw nys Carolyn
to make your future bright
ELEANOR RITA SPAIN
When music sounds gone is the earth I know
And all her lovely things even lovelier grow
Eleanor is a shining example of a true Cabrinite Her
unaffected manner modesty goodness and selflessness
have endeared her to her classmates and faculty alike
Aside from her role of Prefect of the Sodality for
which she is so well fitted she is talented and an ex
cellent student Evelyn has known for some time what
she would like to do with her future dedicate it to
the service of God Our fond farewells and prayers go
with you Eleanor and may the Blessed Mother help
vou to achieve your heart s desire
MARY ELLEN SPILANE
A lover of books but a reader of man
No cynic and no charlatan
Sparkling intelligent eyes with the glint of humor in
them are a very striking feature of our Mary Ellen
A widespread interest in good books and good music
makes her an interesting conversationalist and a 1oy
to be with Her writing ability has added greatly to
the overwhelming success of our school paper of which
she is co editor Mary Ellens patient understanding
and considerate nature so characteristic of anything
she does will enable her to carry out easily and well
her teaching ambition A devout member of Sodality
she has done all in her power to make the graces and
fruits of this organization known. We wish you Mary
Ellen all the happiness in the world and we believe
that because of all the things you are your goal will
ANETTE MARY UDINA
Merry have we met merry have we been'
Merry let as part' and merry meet again.
Its a great wide wonderful world at least where
Annette s concerned. Her gay fun-loving manner shines
through a pair of deep hazel eyes. A carefree disposi-
tion that abounds in goodness and warmth has helped
to make this Senior a very well-loved young lady. An-
nettes ability to play the piano has added greatly to
our success in the presentation of class programs and
at Sodality meetings. Her scholastic standing has al-
ways placed her among the foremost in our class. In
the years to come she hopes to enter the business
world and become a very successful very competent
private secretary. We know that shell succeed in this
as in everything. God speed Annette! We hope
you will always remember us as we will remember
you 'ind the wonderful days at Cabrini.
MYRNA GLORIA VASOUEZ
"Pure as the naked heavens, majestic,
Free so do you travel on life's common way."
Myrna's radiant countenance shall long be remembered
by her fellow classmates and teachers alike, and her
efficiency and helpfulness are well-known. We can al-
most picture her as the president of a bank, or figuring
out finances down on Wall Street. However, at the
moment she is busy using this executive skill in man-
aging our varsity affairs. Myrna is looking forward to
college after graduation from Cabrini, and if she does
as well there as she has done here-welll be hearing
fine things about her in the future.
JUDITH CATHERINE WALSH
Ecstattc azrs and sparkling eyes
Beautiful things reflected IH deep brown eyes
Judys softly curling black hair and twinkling brown
eyes make her a very attractive young lady Her warm
understanding nature makes you feel that her friend
ship and all that it implies will last forever Intelligent
with a keen mind and an appreciatlon for beauty Judy
makes a delightful companion She has chosen business
as the held in which she hopes to spend her future and
a bright one it should be Judy with the gifts you have
to offer May God bless you always
MARY MARGARET WALSH
A little of thy merrzment
Of thy sparkling lzght content
Our Meg IS the persomfication of the old proverb
the best things come in small packages Her merry
laughter and sparkling disposition are known to all who
have had the privilege of knowing her She enjoys a
ilnr for writing and has worked devotedly on the
Yearbook staff to make The Shrine a shining success
G ry attractive talented we can only predict wonderful
things for her in the future Remember your Alma
Mater Meg we shall never forget you
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others, but he who conquers POEM I would Be True
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PRAYER Novena to the Infant Jesus SONG This IS My Country
PATRON The Boy Jesus COLORS Blue and Gold
s A Bzg Wzde Wonderful World
nts happy the one you lxve m
a true frrend to all generous
and helpful loves to talk and
krndness persomfied that s R1ta
Full of Fun and Fancy Free
thats the way I want to be sunny
dlsposltlon a sincere frlend
patient and persevermg dashes
off poetic dlttles wlth ease Stay
as sweet as you are
SUSAN BALL MAR Y BISHOP
The Best T hmgs zn Lzfe Are Free Canadzan Sunset a burst of glorl
and they belong to everyone ous color a lxttle btt of salt and
good student frlendly and lots sweetness loyal nature fnend
of fun gets lost ln a good story ly attntude wrt and humor
arms hugh and gets there enjoys dancmg pet peeve home
loves to laugh and enjoys a good Joke work seldom seen without Mary
ANNA MARIE CARINO
Somebody Up There Lzkes Me
down here everyone does too
hard worker knows all the an
swers loves to read a sunny
disposmon carefree happy and
loads of fun cant fall to succeed
Dance Ballerina and do your
plrouette ln rhythm Wllh your danc
mg heart laughs troubles away
courteous and obhgmg
comedran and lnfe of the party
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Lydna Zelaya Lzbrarzan
Charlotte Parker Assistant Lzbrarzan
Paula Schrelter Captam Monztor
Curran Attendance M. Carino
My Frzend you re sweet you re
kmd you re true a warmmg
Smile dehghtful songblrd
a rare combmatlon of frollc and fun
a student bubblmg wlth school
Wtth a Smale and a Song that's
how she goes along a true and
loyal frnend shy and sweet
hobby, collecting records neatness
persomfied always there ready to
help any one ln need Bye bye,
My Beautzful Lady the charmmg
lady of our class cheerful help
ful and ambmous pleasmgly
frlendly blushes wlth grace
a loyal Cabrmlte Anybody need
Cant Help Smgzng lt chases all
gloom and worry away lrreslstlble
smlle very pretty loads of
un prayerful and helpful
favorite pastrme smgmg a true
and staunch Cabrmlte
LINDA FERNANDEZ MARIE FERNANDEZ
If You Believe your worries wxll Three Cams rn a Fountazn what
be few fun lovmg and full of wlll mme to me brmg lively lass
vltahty never runs out of words versatxle personality likes to
never m a hurry calm, frlend talk generous and frnendly
ly and ponsed That's rnght Lmda, attractlvely tall enjoys smgmg
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SINGERS DANCERS MUSICIANS
Barbara Stablle Mxchele Metrmko Alma Padxlla
Gladys Domenech Sandra Contreras Paula Schrelter
Mary Curran Dranne Wood Jo Nell Reed
Anna M Rodrlguez
ELIZABETH GRIBBON BARBARA GORGAY ISABEL GOUVERNEUR
So Dear To My Heart You re Ill Get By Ill not complaln If You Knew Isabel like we
the sweetest flower ln vnew qulet lll see 1t through hkable know Isabel oh what a glrl
but popular a radiant smlle qulet and soft lass a tremendous sympathetlc pleasant dxsposntlon
steadfast frlend never heard but vocabulary a book worm gentle and kmd an all around
seen has that certaln somethmg frlendly and shy her speclalty grrl wnth a sunny smlle Lots of
bound to succeed Fudge Mmmmmmm luck to a nlce llttle Mlss
PAULINE IALONGO DOROTHY KOVACS ANITA LESNICY
Young At Heart falry tales can You Belong To My Heart now Pretty Baby We re m love wxth
come true lt can happen to you and forever a pretty face wlth ou bubblmg laughter sweet
smlles come easnly m1 d somethmg behmd xt enchantmg ness personlfied shy but full of
manner helpful and seldom seen smnle most attentlve pollte un dimples to go wnth her ready
alone usually quxet m class and cooperatlve loves oratory smlle ambmon to become a
a good student and a loyal frxend IS smcere and dutlful we re deslgner
someone you d luke to know mnghty proud of our Dot
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SUZANNE LORANG MICHELE METRINKO
A Pretty Gzrl Is Lzke A Melody Over The Ratnbow sweet and
like a rose she twmes around your dependable a future Miss Eili
heart a slim and graceful clency a lovely model wlth a
llkable and lots of fun sparkling smlle smcere plous
good lrstener and a smcere fr1end and studnous a credrt to her
parents and her school
Ann M Carmo
MARY ANN MOSKWA
Szncerely Yours ln her manner
and all her ways qunet and co
operatlve sweet and petlte
a ready smile always wlth Alma
new to Cabrmr but well hked
by all of us
Someone Lzke You a pal good
and true a quret, frlendly way
enjoys good Jokes mlghty
proud of her Monitor Band pas
tlme, studymg has more than
her share of frlends
A Bluebzrd Sxngmg In My Heart
let the wmds blow where they please
smcere and energetic always
so helpful most optrmxstrc and
frnendly full of fun and mrschlef
that's our Ann
Amerzca The Beautzful God shed
Hrs grace on thee Oh so good
neat as a pm even dnsposmon
most studlous the sweetest
smrle courtesy persomfied
So long, Helen
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Anna M Carmo
The Charm Of You lovelmess IS
ln your muslc nimble and magtc
fingers on the prano a graceful
and smcerey charmlng ballerlna
potse generostty and school spmt are
hers ln full measure
Soft Summer Breeze how we love
to be wtth you a qutet and stu
dtous brunette a lady thru and
thru a staunch friend en
erous Splfll her patroness Our
Lady wlt and brams combmed
bound to succeed
Domg What Comes Naturally
wnth ease and soothtng calmness
so frtendly and energetlc tall and
very charmtng a sunny and care
free dlsposltton terrthc sense of
humor excellent artist a
lhlS and brams too
MILAGROS QUIROS ANGELA RAMASCO
Count Your Blessings youll fall Arent You Glad You re You
asleep countmg yours sweet as happy all the day through hobby
they come glowmg with enthusl horseback rtdmg llght and damty
asm generous and helpful on the dance floor never never
optlmtstlc and smcere a lovmg lost for words a mlxture of fun
frtend to all how well mtss you and frolrc the llfe of the class
usually seen wtth Barbara
JO NELL REED
I Hear Muszc Where ts there a
tune so sweet shy but we hke rt
gifted wlth ablllty to make frlends
talent playlng her accordion
favorlte dtet Ice cream sandwrches
sometimes serrous somettmes gay
mee all the ttme Our best
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Anna M. Carino
SOCORRO REYES ANNA MARIE RODRIGUEZ
Rusrle Of Sprung soft as the Lovely To Look Ar delightful Because God made you ours
breezes that pass quiet and co and gay popular and friendly small frame but a big heart happy
operative a faithful student dances time away courteous and inquisitive loves to dance
her specialty cookies' natural and quiet as feminine as ruflles top notcher scholastlcally
and unaffected can boast of many and lace Farewell honor student throughout
friends Well be seeing you soon serves nothing but the best
Because You re You Theres
something so sincere and real about
ou a bit of seriousness and a
bit of fun considerate and gen
erous has all the ingredients of
a true friend found any time
any day with Pauline
Velvet Lady A voice as soft as
velvet and as clear as a silver bell
bundle of generosity
poised so lady like charm
mg tn manner and an accomplished
pianist good bye till then
Bluebird of Happiness and when
she smiles at you always full of
fun and gladness bubbling with
merrlment and school spirit warm
and friendly can enjoy a Joke
twice good old pal of ours
Y.--- ' I' ....a I '....so A '
Where can you find a better school? We are so proud of you Cbrini
Go seek wherever you may
For we are trained the very best,
Trained in the only way.
Give us a task or give us play,
Ask whatever you will.
As loyal students of our school
'Tis ours but to fulfill.
BARBARA STABILE DORETTE STALDER
Dark Eyes sparkling never sad
or blue sweet responsive and
studious loves to cook and paint
a future Lily Pons carefree
as a bird puts her heart into a
I Belzeve someone will show the
way smiles come easy
dowed with a rich cultural back
ground splendid in dramatics
one of our artists loves to
song talk and laugh her specialty
drawing horses We think you re
DIANE WOOD BARBARA VICARI
Mum' Musa' Music' All l want Like A War Up In The Heaxens
is music lovable and friendly she twmkles and she shines
graceful on her toes helpful and ready smile a helping hand
cooperative a friend to all she sweet so slim so graceful our
knows becommgly shy llttlest angel dances like the
darling thats our Diane leaves in Autumn lost without
Our grammar school so dear.
Happy to let the whole world know
Proud with never a fear.
Let us prove to you our worth
Watch us climb to fame.
Example-thatis the way welll guide
Those that still remain.
My Wild Irish Rose the sweetest
flower that grows sparkling Irish
wi small but mighty a true
friend carefree and Jolly
lovely red hair courteous and oh
My Best To You May your
dreams come true more to her
than gold or gram the cunning hand
the cultured brain sweet
quiet amiable a true scholar
our class president the spell
mg champ devoted to Our Lady
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Acme Meat Market
Ad3m0WlCZ Mr 8: Mrs J
Alvarez Mr 8: Mrs I
Arenal Mr 8: Mrs C
Armour MISS Margaret
Arsenault Mrs S
Clulfield Mr 8: Mrs J J Jr
Cxvanagh Mr 8. Mrs John
Chandler Mr 8: Mrs V
Clnqlle Mr 8: Mrs Frank
Clark Mr 8: Mrs F 8: Famlly
Clemente Mrs Clara
Aycart Mr E
Ball Mary Beth
Mr 8: Mrs John
Mr John J Jr
Mr 8: Mrs Peter
Bauer H Eugene Jr
Bavlnen Mrs Helen
Becker Mrs Dorothy
Bennett Mrs Meg
Benson Mr 8: Mrs T
Blalne Mrs Allce
Bogglano Mr 8: Mrs Jullan
B0lgCS Pablo E
Borgos Mr 8: Mrs Pedro
Borrello Mlss Margaret
Borzomatl MISS Frances
Braco Mr 8: Mrs Caesar
Brogan Mrs Edythe
Callahan Bob 8: Pat
Camacho MISS Klm
Cannon MISS Helen
Carrella Harry P
Dems 8: Pat
Mr 8: Mrs
Cass MISS Ann
Catanzaro Mr 8: Mrs John
Clow Mr Daryle
Clow Mrs Elleen
Cobb Mrs Wlnlfred
Coll Mrs Margaret
Mlss C lrole
Jul 8: Mrs J
Mr 8: Mrs
Connolly Mr Thomas Jr
Contltore A Eugene
Contatore Mrs Lena
C ornelll Jean
Mr 8: Mrs
Mr 8: Mrs
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CFOHIH John 8: Ann
Cullen Mr 8: Mrs 8: Famlly
Cuomo Mr Frank
Dlly Mr 8: Mrs W
Dlnelll Mrs E
Dlnelll Mlss l leen
Dlnelll Mr 8: Mrs R
IJIFIOW MISS Donna
D uer Mr Martln J
Cola Xll 8: Nlrs
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e leo Mr Anthony
e leo Mrs Sldle
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Rosl Mr S
blmone Mlss Mary Ann
De Boucy Mlss l lndl
De Vllerl Mr Ernest
Devaney Mlss Elleen
De Nyse Flmlly
Dllno Mr 8: Mrs A
ljlll Mr 8: Mrs A
JJIII Mr Frank
D11 Mr H
Dobbs Mr 8: Mrs Clllbert
Dol ln Mlss Maureen
Donnelly Mlss Patrlela
Donohue Mlss Elleen
Dooley Mr 8: Mrs John
Dueno Mr Tony
Duffy Mlss Ellzabeth
Duffy Mr T
Egan M ss Elleen
Emmanuelll Mr 8: Mrs E
Engllsh Mr Peter
Fe lrns Mr 8: Mrs Robert
Feller Mrs John
Fernandez Mr Frank
FIOCCO Dr 8: Mrs H
FIOCCO Mlss Bettljane
I-ltzgerald Mr Edward C
l-ltzgerald Mlss Patrlcla
I-leteher Mrs A
Fletcher Mlchael J Jr
Fletcher Mr Thomas H
Fogarty Mr 8: Mrs W
Frlney Mr Edward
Fr lnglpane Mlss Chrlstlne
I-ureh Mlss Martha
Cllll Mr 8: Mrs August
Cllll Mr DIHICJ
Cllovlne Mr 8: Mrs Rlehard
Cllenn Mr Eugene
Clorm ln Mlss Ann
Grtf Mr Chlrles
Gl lf Mlss Ellzlbeth
Cn lf Mlss lolllse
Clregory Mrs Hllda
C llllo Mlss lN e
CIIOSN Ml 8. Mrs August
Cllltlll Mr Texts
luerrl Mr 8: Ml
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C IILITI Mlss Texas
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Hnren Mr 8: Mrs
Hlflll Mr Steven
Hllrlson Mr Carl
H ll te
Mr 8: Mrs T
H trtnctt Mlss Ellzabeth
Hlrtnett Mr 8: Mrs T
Hasher Mlss Mary
Hayes Mr 8: Mrs John K
Hayes Mlss Llla Margaret
Helnrlch Mrs Hannah
Herbert Mrs Velma
Hernandez' Mr N
Hoffman Mr 8: Mrs Mlchael
Hogan Mr John
Holtje Mrs Vera
Hossfeld Mrs M
Mr 8: Mrs Hassle
Jablonskl Dr 8: Mrs Eugene
Kaull Mrs Margaret
Kavanagh Mlss Ann
Kavanagh Mr 8: Mrs
Kavanagh Mr 8: Mrs
Keaveney Mr 8: Mrs
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Kelly Mrs Mary
Kerrlgan Mlss Catherlne
Klnneary Mlss Brldle
Klnsella Mr 8: Mrs
Klrby Mrs Della
Koenlg Mr 8: Mrs Frank C
Mr 8: Mrs W Jr
Mr 8: Mrs Joseph M
Mr 8: Mrs M
Kuss Mr 8:Mrs M
l nmphler Mlss Catherlne
l lneelot Mr 8: Mrs C G
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M r James
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Madden Mrs Thomas A
Mackey Mary Ann
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Magee Mrs Louns
Mannion Mr 8: Mrs V
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Marino Mlss Alba
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Marmo Mtss Mary
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McDerm1t Mlss Helen
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McGrath Mr 8: Mrs John
McKternan Mass Mary
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McLoughlin Mlss Theresa
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McNulty Mr 8: Mrs John
McNulty Mr 8: Mrs Peter
McT1ge Mlss Patrlcta
McVeigh Miss Charlotte
Meter Mr 8: Mrs E 8: Famnly
Mellto Mr Lenny
Muller Mrs Kathleen
Mitchell Miss Beatrice
Mohorovtc Mlss Vesna
Montagna Mlss Marte
Moore Mr 8:Mrs R
Morales Mlss Carmen
Mother Alfonsma M S C
Mulkeen Master Kevm
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Mr 8: Mrs Alfred
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Navarro Mrs L
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Mr Francis J
Mr 8: Mrs Brlan
O Brien Mtss Ellen
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Dr James V
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ORourke Mr John
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Pappas Mrs Margaret
Pappavero Mtss Rose
Ptullta Marne fS1sterJ
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Pottsh Mr Herman
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Rtvera Mr 8: Mrs R
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Santiago Mrs M
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Schlamp Mr 8: Mrs W
Scott Mr 8: Mrs C
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Sheehan Mlss Jane
Sucker Mr 8: Mrs Jocob
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Slnlsl Mlss Phyllis
Smith Mrs John
Smlth Mtss Kathy
Snodgrass Mr Seymour
Spam Mr 8: Mrs A
Spencer Mr Wllllam
Splllane Mr 8: Mrs Patrick
Steele Miss Mary Jane
Stempler Mrs Sol
Stephas Miss Jean
Stosser Mlss Dtane
Sulltvan Mr 8: Mrs
Sulllvan Mlss Mary
Sversen Miss Irene
Sweeney Mlss Jacquelme
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Udma Mr Joseph
Urlbasterra Mr Paul
Vasquez Mr 8: Mrs B
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Vasquez Mr S
Vlgglone Mr E
Walnscott Mr Curtns
Walbachal Mr Wxlllam
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Walker Mr Jerry
Walker Mlss Lucllla
Walsh Miss Bernadette
Walsh Mass Meg
Walsh Mr 8: Mrs P J
Waters Mrs Marte
Whlte Mlss Carol Ann
White Reverend Charles
Wllson Mlss Deanne
Wlndle Mr 8: Mrs J
Wolfe Mlss Wlldred
Woods Mtss Barbara
Woop Mr Robert
Yams Mlss Lllllan
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