Mount Saint Joseph Academy - Mount Yearbook (Rutland, VT)

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V . . - .,.,.,: V w .MC , A '- c .,.-. .,r,., .4 1.15, ' a 0 ' 'HY . ' .. . H' 'Q-v..,.K. , . -.J-ijgzf-,ng'..-, "'....-fc, . 1 , . '.'l'."- 7, . ' Arr. ,, S AI Nix QR ,ig Cr pu U03 of Q1-'O off,liiiEX t -bf Af J' f xo ff D X . ptx OA X AWD RTV? QN f fy f If wk f 43 the mount volume 20 1959 mount st. ioseph academy rutlond, vermont d or-in-C ie -MARY LAWRE CE ht N CN O Y THI WILLIAM contents o good st loseph foreword dedlcatlon admlnlstratlon and faculty classes organlzatlons and actlvltles who s who athletics seniors advertisements O it . . ' 2 'T 5 1 ' ' I 1 . . . 12 24 religious events 40 . . . . . 48 ' 66 ' 74 ' 86 66 ' 1 8 d 4 1 4 in fx L , ' . al U . ' Q U , , :Pdf . .. 4 If . A ix ,ff I Jlnd. g i lf. A 'P 9 - 4' av i tiff X- nf' 9 f WX is 53 ,if . ' 40' , ' 3 ff' , f ' ' ' Y ' fr iff' M:- .xw u 4. t Biifyilf at i 'i 'la - N rr . af ' ein M " ' 'tx KN- rf t 3 It -' "s Q 1 --u if ., .. ,, , nal ! 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K ...wuuuww r 7- .-ma-swf f' W K A il i M.S.J.'s is a grateful spirit, a generous spirit. Cooperation exists here, as do willingngiisarwdgood sportsmanship. -is , We must not fail to meritiolhithmrtit of dedication to St. Joseph. That is our own individual mark, it makes oumcademy truly Mount ,nd A' Xira St. Joseph's. 5 mi gf . K 3 Q F? fa , Q.. A . 'is ' ' - its , . M ' -. if mf" Q 'I K H M I 1 5, Q , .Qi A . ' xiii 5 fx ,wp ,,z,wvww, .Q-M-,fri My A A ' ' . ., ..,N nw L. v-1 ..,x.-.-..,,.,,.,,- ..........Y. , F all si 4 X si Q ,f E ka 4 1 It . f 1 ,, . 1' I up 1' 9 vnu ' .mppff Jmwmvfsff .m.lr3Y1' 0 an 4 'H-naw... ,, UV' . Mg' 4 wh y , ..- X 3 1 Q 9 'fin vgr' -M ww ,www ...0-W, H ,,,. ,,,. F! i Mtv, ., 5 -li-'Zn' ,,. 5 H , - A ,,,Qx.,,N.. gwvq-.wxzx ,-N,--flu MMI'-'Y 'S , A...,,A,,N,xQ,?.g Q ..,,...-1-W parm-K A Q , i I 525 sg? , , ... 'Skt iv ' 1-Q. . ,au , I 'r' "' ,.:' f ::1E N W ,4 .x ,. , WEE whim if ' .-Jw." i gg X , , 2 X x f 5 is I X e ' Y 'ff' 0 WI M, W, " H W wgaffggaf, N ,ig 32 if A W , N? . 5? 1 , . ffl A lk gf , 9 V5 f ii: "7 ,y .. EF- W, we WIP 3 K 4929 , 511- . E ,az i mv uw . ii 'Q-Q. 'I Y we dedicate In a spirit of gratitude . . . to Almighty God from Whom come all good things . . . to our Bishop and the Rutland priests who planned our new wing . . . to our parents who have made countless sacrifices on our behalf . . . to the many friends and benefactors who contributed so generously to the MSJ building fund . . . we, the students of Mount St. Joseph Academy, dedicate this, the 1959 MOUNT. guardian of the spirit administration and faculty The spirit characteristic of Mount St. Joseph is guided by the priests, Sisters and laymen who are its administrators and teachers. This able and dedicated body gives time and efforts to channel the energies which are the fruits of school spirit into positive contributions towards our growth to Christian maturity. Our Bishop and pastors have always shown a keen and fatherly interest in all that concerns the Academy and its stu- dents. We are most fortunate to have two priest-principals who untiringly direct our scholastic and spiritual advance- ment. Also counted among the guardians of our spirit are nineteen Sisters of St. Joseph and five lay teachers. ln the classroom, they promote our mental growth by careful and conscientious instruction. Extracurricularly, they devote many hours of their free time to advising our activities, sponsoring our organizations and coaching our athletics. We, their pupils, realize and appreciate their endeavors to form us physically, socially, intellectually and spiritually to be- come "true and perfect Christians." IX f X Www RT REV JOHN M KENNEDY Chrnst the Kung Monsugnor Kennedy has long been a friend to Mount St Joseph and Its students We at the Academy vvlsh to offer Mon srgnor our prayers and congratulatxons on the occaslon of hrs Golden Anniversary of ordination MOST REV ROBERT F JOYCE DD Bnshop of Burlnngton The doors of 52 Wllluams Street ln Burlung ton are always open to Academy students and alumna who wush to vlslt our Bxshop and a cordlal receptuon awauts them Before hrs apponntment as head of our dnocese Bushop Joyce was pastor of St Peters He also served as chaurman of the commuttee whtch planned the addltlon to We at Mount St Joseph are grateful to the Bushop for his contlnual Interest In our spurntual and maternal growth Mount St. Joseph. l RT. REV. WILLIAM A. CROWLEY St. Peter's Diocesan Superintendent of Schools l l RT. REV. ALFRED L. DESAUTELS Immaculate Heart of Mary The Mount St. Joseph school board is comprised of four members: Sister Clementine, Mother Concepta, Monsignor Crowley and Sister Pauline. principaI's message KO.-K.O.!'59 Keeponfkeeping one Class of l959. This is taken in part from the Chamber ot Commerce member- ship drive this year. lt contains a pointy keeping on at times is anything but easy, yet to keep on keeping on spells the difference between success and failure. You have persevered through tour years of high school. Your graduation as you know is called a "commence- ment exercise," because it marks a be- rl 7 it r it ri ,1 .,AA ,.. . in '-Ah lg 'f 5 ifiifi: Fi, , Y a it 616.51 r fi .- Nw gy ' r , 1.. , I 5? ' fu ilk-:A 'us r f f wfifit L"' is i A I ginning not an end. Yours it is then to continue on in the pursuit of your eter- nal salvation, your education and your fulfillment of your vocation in this world. The good wishes, the prayers and the confidence in you of all at the Acad- emy are expressed then in this line, K.O.-K.O.-'59, God Bless You, Father Lynch Like the class of '59, Father Ready has been at the Academy four years. During this time, he has been religion teacher, guidance counselor and friend to all the students. The Seniors feel that they, in par- ticular, owe a debt of gratitude to Father because he has gone to bat so often for them. REV. JOHN R. READY Assistant Principal ,144 l 53:0 .K nc 'Nea- 24. 44, L-.....w 55' Nj' 0773: is ,, . M' WMM. ,Wg -1.1 f Ya ig , glee, f,,2f+PLi2fsQ?l gfgiijf 5 f gil? zvfwfiffms fisvrgrw Q ' ai " .1 vs f. f uf ,Z , . -E, Y. 35,513 13? aw ,nf .ii-2 'L 164 YW Q x 1 A 6 y 1 31151 Q ,e K ,. gg' 2 5,,.gQ,j,pf , gp, Wx ' ' . y 5 5 1 'wx . AX. M, x s fs' ,ig-ww L x .Q 4 3-., , . 5 5 aw? 14? th " 'f ,df 4 -3S5,f,,. Q- , ,Hr ...ff ,Qi -: ef' " a A I M? fs , nn, Q, .'.gfM,,' 355921 ' TQ Lg Z F5524 1 , 4 f . V EM? .- Mm' " Si' 5 Ififyi 45? fflv- if K. wig -:g:h.f ,rf 'ra mn fa- , f r- ' ff E' ra? . vi , U ,,:,. . - lf? t f.:fJ, J4,v,. 3,1 1 ' . 41? A J. ff x 43 3, X' K fy' ' gag., A f Q 1 ..,, Y. if 5 if . , 1 W fqsgv s ., .. L. -WM f . 4 we , K -Q. uf 'Y 31355-v-1 M452 fa Q Ae A + as A -Q? fx y 1 fy-, , A, Ha, ,f V - if Mww M, ,, I ' V111 .wr , :--2'4- Q Misa '92 HL" -,SRI r . 1, A ., . R: wa - wwf, RL Q i ,xigiw 2 ' , 3 xii' V I X, x X, 'AI9 5 'SS U Q7 wa H A Q was I 2' Wa Q Nw wh f- Rf f ax v-ni --1 X ,H 2261 vw M .3 SL it QQ? 10 r ix QM wx WW in 'QQ 5: SISTER BERNARD MICHELE Painting the clouds with sunshine English, Religion F.T.A. Sponsor, Band Moderator MR. PAUL PELTON This'll hook 'em. Band, Glee Club SISTER MARY PERPETUA Sew what? French, Religion MR. WALTER MOORE SISTER JOHN PAUL Hep to the jet age Now, where do I put the negative? English Chemistry, General Science Health Executive Secretary, Vermont Association and Safety, Religion of Student Councils 1 SISTER MIRIAM TERESA SISTER MARY VINCENT SISTER MARY VIRGINIA 3 dc in the last loop No, it can't be a Viennese Purple! A definite threat to Hallmark Algebra, Geometry, Religion English, U. S. History, Religion Physics, Mechanical Drawing, Religion Mount Editorial Advisor spirit of learning classes Let us not neglect that most important spirit which should be a part of every school, the Spirit of Learning. lt is not lack- ing at the Academy. lt is an eager spirit that prevails for five hours of the day throughout the school week. In that time, thoughts are turned to studies and the real purpose of our school life is shown forth. ln the classrooms we meet freshmen, bewildered yet eager, sophomores, adiusted and lively, juniors, industrious and friendly, and seniors, serious about the future and determined to graduate. A typical day at the Academy begins with a short homeroom period at 8:35 A.M. and ends at the conclusion of the seventh period at 2:45 P.M. Between these hours dwells the school day. Sometimes it moves swiftly, and sometimes very slowly. The day holds classes of math, science, typing, shorthand, re- ligion and various languages. These are a part of the courses offered here at the Academy, the College Preparatory, Busi- ness, General and Trade Industrial Courses. This is the Academy spirit in action, an eager spirit, practicing what we are taught. 12:09 Uwtaf wfggk wif' vlUi99Q- AW vw W 'D 0 5. CV: 0 1! A f .,.,.,,.w V f ef K ' .W fx Q ' ' E - Y 1 ' ' In . K W ff. L. W E ,lj I ' X N ' H' W x ',i-?1j,,QEE1fff 1' h ' ' ' ' t 4 1 A Q4 , , 'W 'X' y' A M - ' ' Q' My " 7 G ' Mime? f In I r' ' A . t 3 , , if ,. ' Q- ,ff K ' .f ff ,ig . ' ' . 9 A 1 -3 .,!'?f,A""i9.m,i . .. .b .: ,:.,:: ' ' - 'f 1- i J ' 1 ROOM 3'l2AFlRST ROW: Mary O'Neil, Alice Eitapence, Mary Margaret Ryan, Linda Hall, Barbara Gleason, Carol Bruno, Jennifer Geraw, Claudia Taggart, Catherine Boule, Joanne Pillon. SECOND: John Hamilton, Margaret Dennis, Elaine Carrigan, Mary Hutchins, Sally Seward, Barbara Castle, Patricia Maroney, Teresa Day, Kathleen Burke, Charee Rogers, John Reilly. TH!RD: Thomas Welch, Joseph Quinn, David Stoodley, Thomas Brady, Bartley Costello, William Sebasky, Robert Carbonneau, Peter Muscatello, John McGarry, Robert Martel, Gary Randall. 'fl'9ShITI9h - bewildered yet eager. f 411, I Freshman officers who look to the future are lseatedl Thomas Welch lt takes concentration to get Algebra I as Peter Br no seem to have lstandingl Joanne Pillon Wayne Young and Kathy Burke Muscatello and Carol u learned 1 .:'. 4 "Pretty good iob, if I have to say so myself," Patricia Grupe, Joseph Foley, Henry Pitaniello, Barbara Roessler, and seems to be what's running through the minds of Patricia Perry learn French I the easy way, via the record player. these Religion I students, James Coarse, Marcia Woods, and Mary Whalen as they look their liturgi- cal year projects over. X 5 . gi- 3 4.--no .-.rg ROOM 316-FIRST ROW: Ann Mainolfi, Mary Sue McGuire, Geraldine Ross, Lee Davine, Cheryl Kehoe, Mary Romeo, Nancy Kugler, Josephine Pelligrino, Barbara Burdett, Madeline Fleming. SECOND: Francis Timbers, Michael Cain, Thomas Perry, Louis Wierzbiekie, Rosemary Poremski, Brenda Baker, Mary Cassidy, Oscar Libreros, Michael Levins, William Kowalski, Jerome DeBlois. THIRD: Edward Fox, Richard Pratt, Wayne Young, John Johnson, Arthur Grace, Thomas Small, Alfred Sabatso, Norman Cimoneti, Joseph Norte, Christopher Cacallo. -V ...Ai "Has Seen is the predicate verb." Cheryl Kehoe, Mary What happened there? Just ask World History pupils E l h Thomas Welch, Joseph Quinn, and Margaret Dennis Cassidy and Barbara Burdett diagram sentences in ng is I class. ROOM 218-FIRST ROW: Kathleen Wernhoff, Annemarie Casey, Joan Woods, Diana Brown, Jeannette Valach, Maureen Accorsi, Carol Crosby, lrene Pawlusiak, Barbara Ponto, Theresa Mahoney, Barbara Bartholomew, Nancy McKirryher, Nita Walker. SECOND: Garry Reilly, Peter Dumouchel, Michael Cassidy, Jane Graves, Alfred Bissette, Susan Pearo, Garry Champine, Beatrice Conway, William Rounds, Paula Vignoe, Michael Eagan, James Carvey, Nicola Marro. ,,..-Q 5 The girls seem to have taken over in this General Science Academy boys have the opportunity of taking industrial class. Jeannette Valach and Maureen Accorsi discuss the courses at Rutland High School. experiment on hand, while William Rounde and Peter Dumouchel look on in mild dismay. 27 5 win ' Need any help? Thomas Connors seems more than willing to lend assistance to his geometry classmates, Charles Shortle and Joseph Courcelle. sophomores - adiusfed J and determined. rt Frances Garafano points out Caesar's line of march to her fellow Latin ll students, James Gallo and Joanne Ferrari. Get that thing away me' Here the typical Francis Guiness shows reen Connors the from OY Mau more gruesome wonders of B ology class ROOM 301-FIRST ROW: Frances Garofano, Joanne Ferrari, Christine Canney, Lucille Lanzillo, Elizabeth Cillo, Patricia Daley, Louise Pallutto, Margo Taylor, Mary Ellen Burke, Nancy Layden, Mary K. Alexander. SECOND: William Savery, George Dumouchel, Mary McMahon, Carol Jane Parsons, Martha Marro, Marcia Layden, Kathleen Carbine, Mary Jean Smyrski, Maureen Connors, Bernard Reilly, James Gallo. THIRD: Barry Burke, Francis Guiness, Richard Perkins, Stephen Lozinski, Thomas Stanley, Bruce Costello, Robert Piper, Michael Burke. ROOM 303-FIRST ROW: Lucille Krystofic, Mary Dalto, Priscilla Wilson, Mary Ann Maroney, Linda Pfenning, Michelle Ford, Francis Sheehan, Barbara Shortsleeve, Charlotte Holden, Rosemary McCue, Joanne LaBrake, Rosanne Lynch. SECOND: Selden Rapelye, David Hebert, James F. Kelley, David Gilrain. THIRD: William Mangan, Joseph Caggige, John Sabataso, Richard Rousseau, GFGQOFY Hubbard, John Lee, John Dougherty, John Fox, James R. Kelley, John Durkee. Absent from picfurer Justin COUFC6lle- ROOM 305-FIRST ROW: Jean Maroney, Patricia Ryan, Mary Anne Levins, Anne Marie Burke, Gwendolyn Wilder, Mary Ellen Farrell, Judith Brooks, Martha Fleming, Sandra West, Mary Jane Cannon, Maryann Con- ner, Marcia Baccei. SECOND ROW: Gerald Fleming, Thomas Conner, Robert Thompson, Robert Paloucci, Richard Noble, Michael Francis, Rob- ert Reil, William Shouldice, Joseph Courcelle, Charles Shortle, James Vignoe, Michael Foley. Missing from picture: Brian Gilligan, Linda Pratico. F'4 Taking a break in their regular whirl of activities are these Sophomore class officers: Cseatedj Carol Jane Parsons, lstandingl Justin Courcelle, Christine Canney, Joyce La Victoire. ef s'Hl0'4'um4s.f-.rv-Y' ROOM 308-FIRST ROW: Kenneth Pitts, Thomas Johnson, Ronald LeFrancois, Richard Arguien, Joseph Belfore, John Parker, Ruth Webster, Mary Carpenter, Frances Kelly, Elliot Smith, John Savery Raymond Vignoe, John Miles, Thomas Zullo, Clifton Gee. SECOND Ronald McGuninnes, David Pockette, Leon Wood, Joseph Flory Robert Ponto, Francis Sorrentino, John Smart, Raymond Gallipo Arthur Castle, Dale King, Bernard Eitapence, James Creed, Ronald Accorsi, John Carrarino. "F ROOM 203-FIRST ROW: Linda Yager, Ann O'Rourke, Nancy Fucci, Margaret Marro, Catherine Caggige, Mary Jane Foley, Maryanne Foley, Terry Vincent, Virginia Gee, Rita LaMotte, Carol Ellison, Judith Quigley. SECOND: William Egan, Patrick Terenzini, Carol LaVictoire, Jean Garofano, Catherine Cillo, Mary McDonough, Donna Reilly, Donna Dupre, Sheila Daly, Carl Mazzariello, David Cioffi. THIRD: Joseph Cotrupi, John Notte, Lawrence Abbott, Edward Bishop, John Nugent, Thomas Halpin, Barton Chiolino, David O'Rourke, iUl1i0l' - industrious and friendly. .fi A i' The conscientious leaders of the Junior class are: An- thony Marro, Jack Burgess, Joe Cotrupi, and Judy Quigely. 2 'Q 1 E Do you understand Cicero? Well, you will after this Latin Ill panel consisting of Terry Vincent, Mary Joan McGarry, Mary Jean Cotrupi, Elenor Purington, Jean Garafano and Mary Jane Foley finish explaining it to you. E 2 fl' I , sg Religion can be interesting and fun. Here Judy Woods, Donna Crosby, and Dolores De Blois seem to show that spirit along with Sister John Joseph. Patricia Avery seems to know the answer to the ques- tion posed by George Costello in Economic Geography. But is she doesn't, Ted Whalen and Mike Daly are ready to assist her. ROOM Cooper, Cotrupi Theresa Murray, William 1 X . I . 205-FIRST ROW: Charlene Mirti, Mary Joan McGarry, Ann Monette, Tonya Geraw, Bonnie Eleanor Purinton, Sandra Miglorie, Margaret Fleming, Phyllis Carle, Janice Celantano, Mary Jean SECOND: Richard Dalto, Ralph Gilmore, Carol Accorsi, Mary Margaret Woods, Margaret Duffy, Racine, Patricia Kantorski, William Gleason, Gregory McClallen. THIRD: John Palucci, David Thomas Smyrski, William Frazier, James Layden, Arthur Crandall, John Burgess, James Burgess, West. Absent from picture: Phyllis Perry. ROOM 103-FIRST ROW: Donna Maynard, Penelope Cavello, Suzanne Hatch, Jean Pearo, Elizabeth Ryan, Claire Kelly, Joanne Bizzaro, Anita Johnson, Emeroy Considine, Suzanne Johnson. SECOND: Magdalene Mahoney, Ann Polzello, Donna Crosby, Suzanne Sheldon, Mary Ann Lord, Linda Daly, Vivianne John- son, Theresa Woodbury, Shirley Lawrence. THIRD: Charles Hurley, Elizabeth Murphy, Dolores DeBlois, Judith Woods, Patricia Lawrence, Particia Mayo, Judith Anoe, Yvonne Senecal, Judith Pockette, Joseph Carvey. Absent from picture: Phaedre Wolterding. Macbeth was never like this! These English Ill students Dorthy Whita- more, Frank Altrui and Mary Ann Roy give their rendition of Shake- speare's immortal play. ll -ll Which way is the current going seems to be the question facing these Physics students, Margaret Duffy, Ann Monette, Mary Margaret Woods, Phyllis Perry, Tom Simirski, and Ralph Gilmore. Joe Carvey iust can't seem to get the idea of that bookkeeping. However, Jean Pearo is doing her best to explain. 35 X ROOM 218-FIRST ROW: Ernest La Penna, James Dougherty, Sandra Belfore, Shirley Crouch, Jean Gen- nette, Marilyn Haley, Michaela McKirryher, Richard Hebert, James Rounds. SECOND: Ronald Bates, William Joyce, Jerome Brown, Robert Taylor, John Drinwater, Robert Soulia, Stephen Lizewski, George Conway, Frank Flory, Albert Stanzione. SeI1iOl" - serious one fax f 1 ' Nanc Brooks Senior Religion panelists Robert Paul Brenda Canney Claire Pass the Tsquare please Dan Collins y and Frank Burke are working hard on their Mechanical Perfettl and Steve Lizewski give their opinions on the question Drawing of going steady fa ,X Y 4.- v ' ' BW ,212 l i ,-f' 44" ,,,..- li Research, Research, and more Research! Carol Gilmore and Bill Joyce are finding out the hard way that Sociology is a lot of work. etermined .acl We have to get these copies off! This efficient office practice team consisting of Sandra West, Letitia Gilliam and Marcia Bean are doing their best to keep up with the demands of the school. ln salesmanship class, Paul Eitapence and Frank Flory almost succeed in selling Harold Looby the shirt off of his back. .ss I iff -K np.- Doesn't everybody know how to build a stellated dodecahedron? Well, these Math IV students, Joseph Cioffe, Fred Lorman, Lorraine Reilly, Lindell Abbott, Bill Guinness, and Mary O'Brien have learned the art well from Sr. Agnes Marie. i riffs'- The battle of Bunker Hill went something like this. At least that's what Jamie Bernier is telling Bill Guinness and his fellow American History classmates. 37 f ROOM 201 FIRST ROW Joan Handley Luculle Boule Joan Towne Nancy Cannon Charlene Daly Ann Roussul Carol Gnlmore Lorranne Reully Frances OConnel Patrrca Burke Mary Lawrence Mary OBrnen SECOND Frederrck Lorman Thomas Navm Jerry Eagan Joseph Croffl Wllllam Guinness Jaime Bernner Dannel Colllns Wrlllam Foley Harry Levnns Wllnam Lovett THIRD Joseph LaFaso Mlchael Crowley Frances Healo John Dupee George Abbott Paul Anderson Paul Roy Thomas Corcoran Absent from pucfure Joanne Cassndy Nancy Parsons ROOM IOI FIRST ROW Judith Panzo Grace Ley Phyllrs Heath Marcna Bean Brenda Canney Lmda Keezer Mary Zullo Colleen Flemnng Pafrrcra Ryan Mary Camarda SECOND Cynthia Faulkner Jane McCue Nancy Ryan Judlfh Woods Nancy Brooks Lefma Glllam Teresa Bove Sandra Wes? Claire Perfem THIRD John Johnson Charles Reed Robert Graves Peter Ertapence Francis Burke Robert Paul Wrllram Ryan Douglas Levlns Paul Courcelle Harold Looby Watch that acud Boy' No need to worry though with such expert chemusts as Lucille Boule Edward Dolphin Paul Roy and Lundell Abbott - 'fm '4- :WDW Here Phyllns Heath Letntua Gullam and Marcna Bean do theur best to uphold thus standard Competent class offlcers of the Senror Class are planmng the festlve Jumor Prom They are fstandmgl John Dupee fseatedj AI Stanznone Joanne Cassndy and Frank Heald h I 4, M f ,fm 1 2 C ,S . . . .. , - , , , . . I . I . U - .. . I 5- Q K ,I 1- . ' n. 4 nk Accuracy is the motto of the Transcription class. , . M, ' 1 I , A , W . tx ' . : V ' 1 ' I , . Cl reverent pirit religious events Several times during the school year, the regular class schedule is interrupted as the student body participates in religious ceremonies. At these times, pupils turn their minds and hearts to God and a spirit of reverence prevails at M.S.J. Each Wednesday at noon, Father Ready offers Mass in honor of our patron, St. Joseph. The facilities of the nevv gymtorium have enabled us to have religious assemblies previously impossible. For the first time in many years, the students can assemble in a body for such events as Retreat, May Crowning, etc. A spirit of devotion, of quiet, of prayer predominates at Mount St. Joseph at these observances which we are privi- leged to have. tia- Father McDonough, assisted by a group of his altar boys, offered the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Black- garbed girls in front row are also Father's parishioners, they recited the choral parts of the Mass. liturgical day marks opening of gymtorium Outstanding feature of the Mass was the Offertory procession, during which students placed their unconse- crated hosts in ciboria. Jane McCue offers her wafer of bread. Certainly, Thursday, October 23, which marked the opening of the new gymtorium, was one of the most memorable of the school year. Father Francis McDonough, chairman of the Diocesan Liturgical Commission, traveled from Shelburne with a group of his high school girls and boys to participate in the Academy Liturgical Day. Students assisted at the first event to take place in the gym- torium, the celebration of High Mass, of- fered as a "gratitude Mass" for the new addi- tion. Si C2231 ' is it At the Communion of the Mass, Jane receives the Bread of Life. i 3 ,deswf 2 . Q Vi x, 'W 1 s x '! A4 I ' Q3 .Qs ,I Y if 1 xiffl ' K, , ef G , wig-. W, g H vf- 1 .,:.,.m,,,,,,.,5 V X M' 'm V' W 'sf N! ,.. QA AQ A? 'ks gf rf if, 3 sig! V Father Conmy Closing Mass Mary Zullo, Patricia Ryan and Marilyn Haley offer their retreat resolutions to Our Lady. Retreat is always one of the highlights of the school year. Immediately after the mid-term exams, Academites put away their books and classroom cares to spend three days in at- tending conferences, in spiritual reading and in thoughtful prayer. This year, we were privileged to have as our Retreat Master Father Gerald Conmy, C.S.C., of North Easton, Massachusetts. Father Conmy bestows I KT , K W ww, ,.,..3L T, ., M . ,K H is ..3 V was M, ,,, M, ,.,.,1'r'9!-If ,4 A A if 1 Q V v . 1a1f.affa .1 .- Lv-1-f -:ff - z,,A K, .f " . .A .,.', ,Sy l..44Yff, , " K'.,r'l ."x,,:"b1lk', ,V , ' , - "fP' ry 'N' - ' .4. 51" 'fi "1u'wM.. 3 , , Ja, fx' 'V 1 nvfy, ' 5-fi-If X 1' :1r ui','-I-vw-'wk 44-44 w S5 W' ' 41, ! A 5,5 Q 12 ' Q s w .ww 'W " qv' M- W2 mx A kim - ,, '7 1 2 E . - Z 40- S' 53,3-:M ' A l WF M Q - . A ..i? i A . in .wwf Z, . - Qi fi 2' f . , 9 fi 1 54 Q, fl Sis if ix 4. sw 13' wil' X' mfg .ijjb 1 - 4 N gs-. a . a willing pirit organizations and activities The various activities and organizations at the Mount help us to become the well-rounded and co-ordinated citizens which Christian education aims to make of us. Here, dependability and willingness to work shine forth. Necessary to the smooth functioning ot any body is the spirit of dependability. Likewise, no group can exist unless its members are imbued with the spirit ot willingness to serve. Each organization has a serious and beneficial purpose, put- ting to practical use the free time ot its student participants. Thus, the school, the group and the organization are bene- tited. 'wk I2 fe- -s 3, S" f Q' 2 " 3 if. Q x X . ,' 5-4, V , X :,.L,3'r. vt 4 V, Agri, N I n.w+i1:gs:H f - f 'XFX Lf . W' Q, :ff . SW," -ei- j ff.9Q5f72'4'f- ..'.:a-i?3w.1,'- 1 .351 . .: , -1....4fL . 4: ' qzff ,'.2fgfrft'w. fa ' Q63 ' . KMC " gs: 4 ' Y- "'-,J.f'.- .. L 1 ,, , gm, ' iwvfxfk ' Q' Q,-5,1 12159 . pw, ' L' -ff fr ,l:wfgi1!,g STUDENT COUNCIL-FIRST ROW: Frances O'Connell, Patrick Terenzini, Christine Canney, SECOND ROW: Rosemary Poremski, Monica Brown, Paula Vignoe, Paul Flory, Joanne LaBrake. THIRD ROW: Donna Crosby, Michael Foley, Barry Burke, Peter Muscatello, Gregory McClallen, Ann O'Rouke. FOURTH ROW: Paul Barbagallo, John Burgess, William Foley, John Dupee, Edward Whelan, Thomas Welch. student X i 'Nt Sister Mary Ancilla, Student Council Moderator, has guided this year's Council in a very busy and successful year. A 101, I Ill Kill lv-1.1m I "You remember our Sock Hop last fall," says Council Secretary Christine Canney to President Fran O'Connell and Vice-President Pat Terenzini. Brenda Canney, Treasurer, was absent when picture was taken. FIRST ROW Elizabeth Mumford Dianne Mangiere Joanne Pillon Patricia Cioffi Mary K Alexander Joanne LaBrake Rosemary McCue Frances Garafano, Sylvia Polzello Geraldine Ross, Mary Ellen Whalen Lee Davine. SECOND' Sister Bernard Michele, Elizabeth Cillo Charlotte Holden Carol Parsons Mary Jean Smyrski Judith Brooks Martha Fleming Kathleen Carbine Martha Marro Anne Marie Burke Gwendolyn Wilder, Teresa Day, Jeanette Roy, Barbara Castle, Barbara Roessler. THIRD: Patricia Perry, Patricia Maroney, Mary Hutchins, Mary Ann Levins, Mary Ellen Burke Barbara Shortsleeves Michele Ford, Martha Cameron Kathleen Burke, Martha Gouchoe, Elaine Carrigan Alice Eitapence By means of special prolects and discussions, the FT A aims to help students decide whether they will pursue a teaching career This years proiects included a bulletin board contest selling fudge at the Sisters Christmas Sale, a S50 schol arship for a senior going into teaching, assisting teachers after school and a picnic at the end of the year. A point system was inaugurated by which members can earn pins after accumulating a certain number of points by serving on committees, as officers, writing reports and helping on proiects. A maior undertaking was the publication of a semi-annual state Newsletter Hurrying to beat the deadline of the State Newsletter are, Cseatedl This year M,S,J, has been honored fo have Phyllis Carle, Kay Caggige and Dolores deBloise, Cstandingj Mary Jean fwo of 515 F,T,A, members serve as Sfare off, Cotrupi, Jean Garofano, Joanne LaBrake, Margaret Duffy. Cerg in fhe Organization, Jean Garafangl presi dent, Margaret Duffy, secretary. 'SGS f'x"'-3f2i1'- g M ,ug sw A V ' A M ig f'fl,vg,sfisc YfgY15Yl4 'fE 'R' "' Y Y High' WU' "fVAfN'1aVW'WW L Q ff K 1 fi? ' if 1' in 5 f "The Academy Stars" was the name of the talent show successfully sponsored by the Varsity Club for the first time this year. FATHER LYNCH Faculty Advisor JOE LAFASO Captain varsity club This year Father Lynch began a new organization at the Mount to help out at basketball games and any other public event held at the Academy. Members of this organization were the Senior Varsity cheerleaders, Phyllis Heath and Brenda Canney, and members of the Varsity Football team, Joe Lafaso, Frank Flory, Ronnie Bates, James Nolan, Al Stanzione and William West, Jr. ' I l K A i 4 .' 1 ' l : I , L l ! 'I Q Mary Ellen Burke delivers her reburtal before the faculty in a practice debaie. debating SISTER ANNA MARIE Faculty Advisor DEBATING TEAM-GIRLS: Margaret Duffy, Mary Ann McMahon, Jean Garafano, and Mary Ellen Burke. BOYS: William Sebaski, John Reilly and Thomas Welch. S SISTER JOHN JOSEPH t gl 4 i FRONT ROW: Anita Johnson, Rita LaMotte, Mary O'Brien, Fran O'Connell, Mary Lawrence, Lorraine Reilly, Nancy Par- sons, Maryanne Foley, Mary Zullo. SECOND ROW: Mary Kay MARY LAWRENCE McDonough, Catherine Cillo, Jean Garofano, Claire Perfetti, President Nancy Cannon, Ann O'Rourke, Linda Yager, Maureen Con- The National Honor Society also sent Care packages at Christmas time and for the second year undertook the Share proiect within the school. The biggest event of the year was the Awards Assembly held May 18 in the gym. This was a most successful undertaking and concluded with the final in- duction ceremony of the year. Three Seniors, tive Juniors and two Sophomores made up the new members. These added to the eleven Juniors and Seniors inducted in February bring the total to thirty-four. Harry Levins the only Senior and also the only boy to be received into the Honor Society at the Feb President Mary Lawrence presents pin to Claire Kelly one of the eleven members inducted in the February ceremony Seated Donna Crosby Mary Jane Foley Mary K McDonough and Jean Garofano standing Anita Johnson Linda Yager Harry Levins Catherine Cillo Rita LaMotte and Mary Ann Lord LORRAINE REI LLY Secretary x,,. Ki . nors. THIRD ROW: Mary Ann Lord, Mary Jane Foley, Claire Kelly, Mary Joan McGarry, Brenda Canney, Patricia Burke. FOURTH ROW: James Eagan, James Gallo, Arthur Crandall, Lindell Abbott, Harry Levins, Joseph Hadeka, Thomas Corco- JOSEPH LAFASO ran, Patrick Terenzini. Vice-President While the National Honor Society is ordinarily a purely honorary organization, this year it functioned as something more, being active as the need occurred. They were called on to serve four Iuncheons and suppers when the school played host to such groups as the Rutland Professional Women and the Catholic Business Educa- tion Association. This year the N.H.S. also served their annual reunion banquet in the cafeteria instead of holding it at a restaurant. This gave the Sisters who were former members an opportunity to attend. ruary Induction is shown here receiving his pin from Father Lynch. Coach Farrell calls out the names of this year's baseball letter recipients at the Awards Assembly. Shortly thereafter he was given a standing ovation for his work as teacher and coach. Mr. Farrell and his family will soon be moving to Warrensburg, New York, where Mr. Farrell will continue his teaching honor society 5? FRANCES O'CONNELL Drum Maior Five of our snappy maiorettes are pictured here in full uniform. Kneeling are Nancy Parsons and Mary O'Brien. Standing are Carol Parsons, Paula Flory and Anne O'Rourke. Absent from the picture is Rosemary McCue. ' 4 ag band The Concert and March- ing bands spent a busy year taking part in several musical programs and pia- rades. One of the most enjoyable undertakings was the combined concert with Rutland High School at the high school. This Spring Concert consisted of a varied selection of num- bers which were presented after many hours of prac- P' ---seq onlin-p ,J-wh., .-fl'-Q vw- ii fitn- E"f",-fm Q , 4 -4 - f -'- -1-.f-1. nm, ,ff wzfrx 1 me , - L. H ni Q- , ' .A .ann-N : -'W'-,ggi df,P-17' uv. . , 6 ' ' . , .-ur N C-159 2 -' . ft' :ffl fan.. 1 9 A , 5, - T Q-I - Q 3 'U - ' " '4' Y ni.. ' It W , gg, as .Q ' 7, ' 1 in L X - -N42--. mf v4ie?fyej ,Iv v , lla A if 5 5 H ' I 'YES f '1 a.:+, j 4,',f2"'.g, Q, l LR Xa Pk ltr? gn :M , -Q1 L':'. ' X Aka a ix , J.: N45 I' Ni '1'Ii: 'Q vga' f '.QI' :fi 1. ,. If + Q ..1, . .-1 r:, ' an' 7"1'i1'iW421wl-" if1514"-Q'-L'14"fH.52f34-'?'7?iX Q. iq,Q,tv4,tz4?2,jw,?r,'yA3'fe"1.gg3,7.:?Lwlgfgliwxll-"Y .... ,Lf L fl 7 ,A af U: ' f fl ff f f ff'xQ.?? M M 'n -f fi 3 -Q1iQ"'1?w 15 Y QM ' , S ,YQTQ f 0 lk WA 'A "'q'MkQ:f-- ,Q X5 A' :A :QV f W-" J YK iv... " W X, x' xx' MK ,f 1 W We ,li . 'f,f'i'2z14sff ii f uni' s ""' s GLEE CLUB-FIRST ROW: Marie Baccei, Margaret Dennis, Mary Jo Romeo, Jennifer Geraw, Patricia Perry, Maureen Connors, Mary Ann Lord, Mary Collins, Dolores Deblois, Mary Camarda, Katherine Boule, Joanne Pillon. SECOND ROW: Robert Paul, Charlotte Holden, Jane Graves, Anne O'Rourke, Nancy Fucci, Virginia Ettori, Gwen Wilder, Phyllis Perry, Margaret Duffy, Mr. Paul Pelton, Director. THIRD ROW: William Ryan, Sylvia Polzello, Mary Cassidy, Joanne Ferrari, Margo Taylor, Ann Burke, Barbara Genola, Mary Jean Cotrupi, Paula Flory, Jean Gennette, Michaela McKirryer, Robert Graves. FOURTH ROW: Richard Perkins, Seldon Rappeleye, Barry Burke, Betty Goulette, Nancy Layden, Tonya Geraw, Mary Margaret Woods, Mary Jean Smyrski, Linda Yager, Bonnie Cooper, Frank Heald, Larry Abbott, Carl Mazzariello. glee club Under the direction ot Mr. Paul Pelton, the Glee Club ' spent a very busy yet enioyable year. For the first time in Y many years the Academy Glee Club ioined with Rutland High in an evening ot combined choral music which was enioyed by a large audience. Members were chosen from the club to represent our school at both All-State, which was held in Burlington, and at All-New England which was held this year in Barre, Vermont. Our Glee Club was given the privilege ot ioining with six other schools in the "Big Sing" held tor the first time this year at Rutland High School, lt is hoped that this will become an annual event. We fin- ished the year in May with a concert in the Academy Gym- torium. At this concert an audience of parents and friends heard a varied selection ot Glee Club numbers as well BS selections by the All-State representatives. THOMAS CORCORAN Accompanist ,-. U ' s ' Q2 l lg i 1 1, HN Practice makes perfect! Our camera catches a shot of the Glee Club during one of its many practices. This shot includes Bob Paul, Carl Mazzariello, Phyllis Perry, Mary Jean Smyrski, Linda Yager, Tonya Geraw, and Nancy Layden. gem: WF' 1 U Xu 9 A 5 x 1, J va. 'Z' ..p A, R u ALI.-STATE-ALL-NEW ENGLAND-FIRST ROW: Al Stanzione. SECOND ROW: James Nolan, Robert Paul, Carl Mazzariello. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Perry, Tonza Geraw, Linda Yager. mothers and fathers club Due to the efforts of the Athletic Board football was quickly reinstated at the Acad- emy after a serious threat of its discontinuance. Because of lack of funds and interest it was announced that the roughest sport at the Mount would no longer be played as of September 1958. Immediate- ly, the Board was formed and the necessary funds were raised. This Athletic Board has been very active this year, selling tickets at football and basketball games, along with programs and refreshments. They also pro- vided a "Strawberry Festival" in the cafeteria after the Spring band concert. Standing around President Charles Shortle are the other members and officers of the Athletic Board: Paul Courcelle, William West, Richard Terenzini, Treasurer, Harold Nichols, Secre- tary, Warren Bolin. "Ring up the curtain!" was the call as the Mothers and Fathers Club worked to obtain stage cur- tains in time for the graduation of 1959. As always our parents came through and a set of new maroon velvet draw-curtains were up by early spring. It is this same parents' club which started the ball rolling to- ward obtaining glass backboards, also for the gymnasium. We have much to be thankful for in our active club which is always ready to come to our aid when needed. The officers for the '58-'59 sea- son are pictured at left, Mr. John Lovett, Vice-President, Mrs. Rita Bishop, Treasurer, Mrs. Ann Terenzini, Secretary, and Mr. Theron Yager, President. m.s.i. athletic board if lit' MRS. DOROTHY BAKER Director The cast as they appeared in the play-FIRST ROW: Linda Yager, Mama Rosa, Thomas Halpin, Juan Hirpo, Lorraine Reilly, Maria Hirpog Lawrence Abbott, Gonzales. 1 ., c . 4 . sv . A dramatic scene in the "White Dove" shows The people behind the scene-SITTING: Patricia Burke, student di- David Murray and Lorraine Reilly mourning rectory Sandra West, costumes, STANDING: Kathleen Carbine, prop- over the body of Thomas Halpin. one act PIUY ertiesg William Foley, sound, Arthur Crandell, stage manager, John Reilly, lights. Thomas Halpin, who was chosen for the All- State Cast, is shown during a decisive moment of the play. mount editorial staff 6 MARY LAWRENCE, Editor-in-Chief fs: THOMAS CORCORAN, Layouts BUSINESS BOARD- SEATED: Douglas Levins, Lefitia Gillam, Claire Per- feffi, AI Stanzioneg STANDING: Nancy Ryan, Jane McCue, Colleen Fleming, Mary Zullo, San- dra West, Robert Graves. HARRY LEVINS, Art MARY A. O'BRlEN FRANCES O'CONNELL NANCY PARSONS Photographer Copy Liferary 64 spirit of success who's who Within any group there are leaders and outstanding members who give unselfishly of Their time and Talents for the benefit of all. So it is at the Mount. Because of the large number of worthy students a separate section has been devoted to them. Some of these are the Mount personalities who have at- tained success by scholarship or by work in extracurricular activities. Others have been given recognition by their fellow students through senior ballots or Service awards. Athletic prowess and leadership are also recognized and rewarded. These are the stars who make up our hall of fame. 67 44 J Spin 1 , p f ,R, 4 94: i is 4 I k Gu 1 fi VW, , fs RW. lx ily' M' ,gs 'a 4 ,A 'Q .5 .'. 0 ' Url ax ' . ' wxgfu- , A . , - f. g J 5 W ' P I 4 'K . ' 1 - ' 1 ,E Q" - 4 - Q, . K , . ' . if as vi 1 S , fi rs 92121 X -xg 'x ' 'iw " ' L "" . 0 . ' " .' A ' A ' Q- f ' Z ' 2' .' 'ff ., f .' s 1 5 14 , -Q rf' ig. jf., . K' 1 , ' 1? 4 " 'A ' 5 ' v ,. . Q 3 N? l . ' - , 4, s ' ' ' . ' A . .- g s 2 J DIJI If . ix' . .441..,, K . - . 4, - ' , ., , A My s. f A A ! 'L , -2. Q.. , ... . hd , in-,va Q84 V Q W xiii f iii - E X R K dw ' , 35.4 ' . f . 1. .,,3,',4: Q - 3 ', - A Q , 9 l . u 8 4 1 v ' 'U I . ' . Q A - I' A an ' 1 . 1 .. .3 tvqg . :::.. l Q Q xlx " s - ."' " L """"' W. 3, 'A " ' "Sf" -f ' k,lJ:f - av'y ' -, ' xv' ..- - ,.M,5 ,+ .- f at - ' ' 'I 13 'x . Q wc- ' . ' , ,. . .,r' ' 66 " 1 h ' C'. I. ff 5 .xfn .W s A- .7 . ' Q 5, , , .I Q V . x' - 4 h Rffgjzghf It l 5 4 .f 1 J 4 vi. q', , i i Q3 '. .A , 1-' U N ' U41- W" Y- 1-' .,""' Y" Af' .151 -- ,D -,wg -, , . ..-. I Q 4 ' ' y gy - - A ' x s 1 - "., ' L, ' , ' X ' "- , Q Q. 1' ll 'x' 'gy ' ' x, ' fir . sh A nlfsv' yi 5 - N9 ' i"'!""- gf , m ., , ' . , , M . N 1- 4 A ' . S- 1, .' l M. A .l if A , A , . X Q, 1-'agar ' A .P 'sag . 11,41 l I- , 5-0 Qi- . Q, 1 A . 'z A nfs , 1 wiv 4 W, , af' lv xg bv "X ,H ll Phyllis Heath received the coveted Service Award for participation in school activities during her four years at the Mount. BARRY BURKE PETER MUSCATELLO Keys for outstanding service to their classes. The American Legion Auxiliary awarded its Outstanding School Citizen Prize to Ronald Bates. rv A I A if 3 ' eg .' + Because Charlene Daly and Paul Roy dared to "stand tall think tall, see tall," they received the I-Dare-You Award. Thomas Corcoran starred in a recital of piano selections, June 13. He received a High School Music di- ploma. Our Business-like Seniors: Mary Zullo was this year's recipient of the Underwood Awardp Claire Perfetti was presented with the Catholic Business Educator's Awardg Brenda Canney re- ceived an award for her high typing average. NANCY PARSONS Nancy Parsons was our delegate to Shawnee Leader Institute where she received the honor of being elected Delegate of the Year. To rule Rutland is the dream of many! The dream came true for the following boys when they took over the iobs of our city officials for a day. Seated are Paul Courcelle, Frank Heald, Al Stanzione. Standing are Bill Guinness, Bill Foley, John Dupee, Joe Lafaso, Harry Levins, Tom Halpin and Pat Terenzini. mf' BABE RUTH AWARD: This year the Babe Ruth Award for sportsmanship was awarded to Senior, Ronnie Bates and Junior, Bonnie Cooper. Pictured here are the Academites who attended the 1958 session of Green Mountain Girls' and Boys' State. Boys' State was held at Norwich and Girls' State at Vermont Junior College in Montpelier. There the students got an edu- cation in government by living in a student run state. The representatives are: FIRST ROW: Joseph Cioffi, Frances O'Connell, Lorraine Reilly, Mary Lawrence. SECOND ROW: Lindell Abbott, Joseph Lafaso, Jaime Bernier, Michael Crowley. Missing from picture is Brenda Canney. who's who eg! Q . , 'Q , I Joe Lafaso holds the Mon- signor Brown Trophy which he was awarded for the second year in a row. The trophy is presented by the St. Peter's Holy Name So- ciety for sportsmanship dur- ing the R.H.S.-M.S.J. game. P A f . , , -Q. Pictured above are the Senior boys chosen to represent the Academy as Junior Lions. Each month a different student was guest at four meetings and luncheons of the local Lions Club, FRONT ROW: Frank Heald, Paul Courcelle, Fred Lorman, Albert Stanzione. SECOND ROW: Harry Levins, John Dupee, Frank Flory, Joe Lafaso. the will-to-win spirit athletics Department of Public Health Brattleboro, Vermont November 4, i959 Administration Mount St. Joseph Academy Rutland, Vermont Dear Sirs: On Saturday, November l, the supporters, team members and cheerleaders of Brattleboro Union High School witnessed the greatest display of good sportsmanship that l believe has ever been seen in Vermont high schools. After losing a heartbreaker, the crucial game of the year, your student body, cheer- leaders, band and followers set an example for all high schools by cheering your team AND the Brattleboro team and coach outside your school. This display of grace, courtesy and sportsmanship has been talked about and praised more than any fea- ture of the game itself. Any team that represents a school and followers of such dignity richly deserves their support. May this type of athletics always survive and prosper. Very truly yours, Lester H. Lovell, D.O. Csignedl coach cloffl, coach scoreboard M Opp Sept 20 Wmdsor Sept 27 'maui Cathedral RONNIE BATES JOE LAFASO Oct 4 Bennmgton Oll Oc 18 Bellows Falls mt ' on 25 Towle M Nov ll Brattleboro PAUL CUQRCELLE STEVE LIZEWSKI Nov ll Rutland FRANK FLORY coAcH TONY ZINGALI O I I SJ . l4 ' 6 M " It 33 S aaaa SS S 6 39 ' SS SS ,,,,, -S S S O S ct. 26 Springfield ,,,,a, S S S ,,,,a S SS O 5 S fu 4' ' A -W T. - at 35 S ,,,, S 6 ' 5 33 SS SS S O Z A ' l4 S S S 24 19 S SS SSSSSS 6 I of the year VARSITY SQUAD-FIRST ROW: William West Jr., Steve Lizewski, Ronald Bates, Joseph LaFaso, Paul Courcelle, Frank Flory, Al Stunzione. SECOND ROW: Joseph Cotrupi, John Burgess, John Notte, Justin Courcelle, Joseph Pellerin, Thomas Halpin. THIRD ROW: Coach Cioffi, James Creed, David Cioffi, James Burgess, Ronald Accorsi, Joseph Cour- celle, Coach Zingalli. FOURTH ROW: Michael Daly, John Sabataso, James Nolan, David Gilrain, James Vignoe. MA COACH ALFONSO CIOFFI Coach of the Year JOSEPH LAFASO A tense moment for our coaches comes during the Rutland MSJ game Captain Mr Cioffi and Mr Zmgalli watch the boys perform after Weeks Of practice. uccacl my fro Muster V2 was a sublect of much rlvalry durmg the Vet erans Day achvmes Mountne fans however were able to hold on to thenr creatnon cryxng Want tal next year' Rea y and able take care of the Rut land Rauders are these MSJ players MSJ fans led by the cheerleaders and our spuruted band march vnctoruously through the streets The spell has been broken' We beat Rutland' d to l , 1 while RHS students are still l mp r.h. ., I9-6 "Fourth down and one to go. This is it. The rest is up to you fellows now." JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD-FIRST ROW: John Pellerin, John Lee, Thomas Stanley, Leon Woods, Bernard Eitapence, Charles Shortle. SECOND ROW: John Paloucci, Edward Shortsleeves, Bartley Costello, Alfred Sabataso, Thomas Small. THIRD ROW: Thomas Cooper, Louis Belfore, Thomas Perry, Michael Levins, James McKinnan, Peter Muscatello. FOURTH ROW: John Cassarino, Dick Pratt, Joseph Coarse, Charles McClaIIen, Bob LaPenna, Francis Guinness. FIFTH ROW: Glen Whitney, Robert West, Tom Canada, Mike Burke, Joe Caligiuri. nlau 40 Bill Lovett, John Dupee. i H MSJ , K,A ,, 39 Windsor , ,, ,,. 103 MSJ, o 46 Brattleboro ,, C 56 MSJ C ,C 51 W. Rutland ,,oo, 45 MSJ o.o. ,53 Bellows Falls C, 74 MSJ o,,,, 7 ,43 Springfield ,e ,C 53 MSJ ,e7,, ,, .71 Benn. Cath. , W 65 STARTING FIVE - David Cioffi, Paul Courcelle, Jim Burgesa wi VARSITY-Coach Farrell, John Dupee, Paul Courcelle, Dave Cioffi, Jim Burgess, Manager Bill Joyce. SECOND ROW: John Durkee, George Dumouchel, Greg Hubbard, Tom Stanley, Charles Shortle, Leon Wood, Mike Burke. M.S.J.-WINDSOR GAME: A crucial the "Mounties" freeze the ball in margin. CNote scoreboard!! point in the game when hopes of keeping the close MSJ MSJ MSJ MSJ MSJ MSJ MSJ MSJ MSJ ., ..... ..,,.. MSJ MSJ ........ ....., MSJ ........ ....., Cathedral .,, B.F.A. . .., ,. - Benn. Cath. . Burlington - Burlington Alumni ...,,,., Springfield -- W. Rutland -- Bellows Falls Benn-Hi Y...... Brattleboro -- Rutland ,.... Hypnotized? 'Q i'i"M2 ix ll 11 .M R Q Ph A av yf i?1 i5Q if Q is K - 4, Q we 'F if , vf- -M . 3 'I ik M 1 Un baseball rs, f ,,,, , M Q. . . .9 'YQLQJ Ki MSJ ROW J V RSlTY BASEBAH-SEl?3lllD ROW J Burgeifle CB 'Eagle 0 M Burke JT Welch R LeFranC den W Wes mmm ROW C Sho' 5 cane J Hannon bbard J Mctonnorl-1 ROW .l Carvf-BY Manager Zlllet J Kettv FOURT Geo,-ge Farrell Brandon Windsor Pnhtsford Pittsford Springfield Windsor Poultney SCOREBOARD Opp M s J Opp Rutland Bennlngton Rutland Bennington Brandon Rutland A pl : :. .T...... - , .A Lah...'.v .' I ' rw'-y. I G om v Lay I ' .' - 2 - ' 7 ' V . ' ' 9 t aaa"a--- ----aa'+-4 Aaa---.a .a4.. 5 4 ,ooo-,-,oo--4A--, ---- --vwQ 3 3 U ,aaaa,,,,,vv ,voo-,oo --o -, Q 4 9 . A 12 F aaaaaaaa 5 5 aaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaa B O 6 5 fm Ann ""ta"aa" aaaa'a-' '--faaaaaa 3 2 Springfield ,.-w.-----AA ---- -- VAA- 9 8 l --'--'----f- ----aa-- --aR---a -WOO 3 6 ' Y A AVA-d-------P----A-b vi 1 -I . mmgm--mu -""A'---i 6 7 ------A4--A-- ------- A---..,., - - - 9 4 19 'I 3 AH-bd-M-Winan--F--nn 3 "oo"-'-'- --f------ ---A----.., . ll O kung MSJ SKI TEAM Joe Guancola Coach Rnchard Hebert Charles McClallen Wrlham Shouldlce Gregor McClaHen Steve Lozfnskr Parrrck Terenzm: Wfllram Mangan Donald Hebe QI f Q' L! 8 fi ., I X - ' , I' , f " 'I Y pirit of accompli hment seniors After tour years of study and activity at the Mount, the Seniors teel iustitied in their spirit ot accomplishment. They have spent a major part of their teen years under the guidance and supervision of the M.S.J. faculty. They are now embarking on the independent life journeys for which they have been preparing. They have grown from uncertain Fresh- men to serious Seniors and are now ready to put into prac- tice the principles they have been taught. A Senior's days are busy but they are not without thought to the generosity of his parents who have made his priceless Catholic education possible. The Senior has a spirit of pride, pride in his accomplishments, in his school, and in those benefactors who, with his parents, have made it all possible, Q ' 5 5 6- "1- ii 3 87' I .Xxx fx 2 X 88 'zfgi 5,Ek,f,, 1 1 , THOMAS R. CO RCORAN "Tiger" . . . talented and terrific Band 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, 4, State One-Act Play 4, HMS Pinafore 3, Glee Club Accompanist l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Mount Layout Edi- tor 4. PAUL F. COURCELLE Athletic ability and achievement Baseball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Captain, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Cabinet 4, CHARLENE A. DALY Reserved . . . responsible . . . righteous Clarion 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Mount Editorial Staff 4. JAMES P. DOUGH ERTY SHIRLEY A. CRGUCH Cute . . . capricious . . . congenial Clarion l, 2, Dance Committees l, 2 3, 4, Glee Club 4. MICHAEL A. CROWLEY Amiable and adroit actor Basketball l, Boys' State 3, Dance Com- mittees l, 2, 3, 4, Debating 2, Dra matics 2, 3, JV Football 'l. P 53 xx ' S A , :fl Im 3' E ' A 2 +gM. .f 5 Q HQ . FRY. 943950 "vJYr WL' :vw Q 4 'iTL 4 ' ,J in 4 , if 5 G xo Q L Kun 1? f . 2 , 1 qt, 'A . 1- -1. Af' fy SEXY' Y ik ,1. if -4 ' 'fff-use ' K v ' H Q 5 A6 3.4 L1 r fic -. 3 ,P . Q I . AQ-SN L - f. Qg' assays. . w . 1 wg, .A , b A . qi Q. , X, ,Y if 1 ' 54' 'W Y K 2 Y 1 .M , "' .g 'Y LA ' 2 V iii V, , , if-fx , .. Lf' P H V V K i ., 4351951-x y ut H. A . , y , 1 X. ,X ,- if--sg Q " 'Q l 1 fm 3. 5, Riff -.M - L fi , f 2 . fs-rg J X link I V mfg N .av X f-Bib' , E S 'f' 'Lf ikaamg. wr A 19 W. ex J wg, Q, af? Qi? f:PQfQ,s' din 2,925.3 m 2 W " 4... is ,, Mai? ww 12 2' Hai? ,,: fi! 1 L? Wag, Q i 95 S' 5 . X , , Q X 'sr A , .,,sU1gsZS" if sm-43. Q-X . -as K, 'ff 7:4415-Swag 5 gg , A 1 .- 'K ,Q f H 'S , xg 1, Hx If ,1 .f ,,, 4 A, ,M I 1. 15 ,, 32,27 1, ., NNN wi, 4 : i 42 f J . 1 f Ks-3, ,, - 5- .,, Y 1 Q ix Q -f K .u K Q-gen D ,f'w-'15, x 4 xl'- wf ,I i ' ,- ig 7 ' ' . g ig - .1-if f?n,? A,l, 1 3 ,V ...af J.. CIR' 1 Qi? wg. if ff QAM 'ff WW vw ,,1 CLAIRE A. PERFETTI Earnest . . . enthusiastic . . . efficient Dance Committees l, 2, 3, 4, Class One- Act Play 'l, Monitors 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Business Board 3, 4, Student Council 2, National Catholic Mu- sic Educators Association 2, 3, 4. CHARLES R. REED Dark . . . dashing . . .debonair NANCY E. PARSONS Eager . . . energetic . . . efficient Band l, 2, 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Clarion 2, Dance Committees l, 2, 3, 4, Class One-Act Play T, 2, HMS Pinafore 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Monitors 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Editorial Board 4, Shawnee Leadership Institute Delegate. ROBERT A. PAUL Tantalizing tale-teller Dance Committees 3, HMS Pinafore 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Editorial Board 4, Student Council 4, All-New England Concert Festival, All-State, School Pho- tographer 4. LORRAINE F. REILLY Bus-driver . . , beauty . . . brains Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating 2, 3, State One-Act Play 3, 4, Class One-Act Play l, 2, 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4. JAMES E. ROUNDS Ambitious . . . active . . . affable ANN C. ROUSSIL Perseverance . . . personality . . . price- less Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 45 Debating 3, Class One-Act Play I, Monitors 4, Editorial Board 4, Student Council 2. PAUL E. ROY, JR. Lena . . . lasting laughter Mission Crusade I, 2. .l WILLIAM P. RYAN Cool . . . calm . . . key-kleptomanic Band 4, Glee Club 4. ROBERT E. SOULIA Tall, tremendous teener NANCY A. RYAN Amiabie . . . adaptive . . . artistic Dance Committees I, 2, 3, A, Business Board 4. PATRICIA A, RYAN Dainty. , . docile , , . demure Band A. as 'if'-Q' f , .5 ,fry ALBERT R. STANZIONE Gay . . . great. . .girls Band l, 2, 3, Dance Committees 3, 4, Passion Play 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Business Board 4, Senior Cabinet 4, Student Council 3, Varsity Club 4, Mission Crusade l, All-State 2, 4. ROBERT J. TAYLOR JOAN E. TOWNE Dreamy , , ,dapper , , , duyiful Dirnples . . . Danny . . , diamond Mission Crusade 1. Dance Committees l, 2, 3, Future Teachers 4. SANDRA M. WEST School spirit, good sport, behind the scenes Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, State One-Act Play 3, 4, Class One-Act Play 3, Business Board 4, Mission Crusade l. IOO O a l MARY F. ZULLO Silent . . . smiling . . . studious Mount Business Board 3, 4. IN MEMORY our beloved classmate PATRICIA ANN BOVE May I9 1958 . .- "WL i I ik - V, ff? . by w P -- u-.A 3 n X 3. if ., f KE K :qi - : Xp if 'GB 'ef juss fig' N w X xr 'ii S 4: Father Doher ,475 'CJ pi' N Y , ,M 167 u-..r.v-..-.N - tv if 4 S Q t ., R an l ' Q . .VI ! r ' WZ ,mal ww X X 'f av 1' f Mardi-Gras Queen Lorraine Reilly, surrounded by her lovely court, reigned for one memorable evening over the annual Senior Ball held June lst in the new Academy Gymtoriurn. Lorraine's court was composed of finalists-Nancy Parsons, Judy Parizo, Nancy Cannon, and Mary Camarda. if -s"'o"A" S' Q a-.2 54 xp - 'T' . . ,. mi? 'W gl , x 3 u , 6 r -H U X' 5 4' -U 5, ' g xg Q ' N - li " "' A 1 J 1 X . 0. ' ' NJA 5 .I ,Q X Qi , f If FK 1 1 5 L I ll fa IP' X lv 'li 4 Liiix. an I V -5 r, Q. X W, vm, .I P 4 al I ' ,, t' 'xx 9 ' ' ' ' x , 2 rg! 'J n 'Q 'ny AGN f, ' ' Q ' ' ' 4 ff' S Q g Q , v, .Q P ' 2 ' , g l 5 Q9 tfif ," . g ' . A . t RQ it 15 1 . , 1 l x .s t 0 'i L' t ' 4 I g xQ ' . 5 . I a K K. : Q ' ' Q ' ' . K ff' 1 P .M .R . 'ian s if iw., , if v':7'1. Stl Yr v - !', Ax " .IEIEQ ,e NES!! E!! -I' fgimlgl N' !fi!f!!a 5 21.55 ,..... Q -1 5? Q AFW!!! IL , - q 3 Xi , L -. 14. . 4 .ff Y 2 4 1 . i I 1 . S fi L 1 C Q - 5 'sf it ' ,Q 3 fl fi. lu f ek X- 3 7 7 "Yu fp' r Ready, sets the audnence un an uproar as he sc kung rule. If was ihe first of three skns pantoml 1. , rf mwrizrw E iff , Egg, 5, tlfiff 'H' .ff f. ef ' 1 1. ' M.. V. N , .. - 53 1 ETP? 'Q :L - ,J y - ,i rf ,Na L. S Q if . W 33 5 fw..?':?:1i,g5 - B9 E 1 4 xl naiy if Q ,Ax X Z' rmf' a ww , 4 ,fe :Q :., .,., it Q X r ' x Ha l 1 4 4 Y ... M - graduation The Sacred Heart presided over the graduation Mass which was this year attended by the entire school. Father Dougherty, Senior Retreat Master, offered the Massf here witnessed by three Seniors. .. gum- -M- Salutatory address is given by Nancy Parsons dur- ing Commencement exercises. The leadership quali- ties of such men as Samuel deChamplain and Wash- ington Irving are emphasized. N .i . The exemplary lives of Mother St. John and St. John Vianney are models for us as brought out in Lorraine Reilly's Valedictory. Faculty and Senior Class officers seated at the head table enjoy themselves at the Communion luncheon held in the cafeteria. The top ten Juniors, under the direction of Sister Agnes Marie, served as hosts and hostesses. Linda Keezer receives her di- ploma from Father Lynch from an aisle seat due to a sprained ankle. Crutches couldn't dampen her smile as evidenced here. HPS, x . K x - ? tri M ma, 'x v K" in Rx 5 ..,f .- v 'x v is fi 174 'QW 7 V 'I lid .mix 3' 3' is 7 S,, 41. P .., .Li-f" 9, .5 1 L W ' f , -19 u 'Pj J- 'R 'H '1' X Q .F , .. , -- - - - A .J -A - .L 44 Ag. , cooperative spirit advertisements Because high schools do not have sufficient funds provided for the express purpose of publishing an annual, outside financial help is sought, In our case this is found in the Rut- land concerns and businesses which desire to make use of the advertising facilities offered them by the Mount. Cooperation is the significant spirit of this section. The fol- lowing pages contain the names of the people who make our yearbooks possible. Without them any amount of work by any size staff would be of little avail. They cooperate by do- nating money for the production of the annual and the stu- dents do their part by patronizing the respective businesses. 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ALLIED Besl' Wshes Fom H E DR VICTOR J MILK AND CREAM MII Vllage V m 'r BEu.oMo s MARKET KONG CHOW fa dAmea Ch es me F ocl o Shop 'I' F B HOWARD COMPANY Jewelers and Sllversmuths 7 Cenler Slreef P 5 5844 R flancl Vermonl i r O . i i , er on I . 0 The Popular Prlcecl lall n an nc n Reslauranl Foods , , In e-A rlcan o 3l Foresf S+ree+ . Service + Take Oul a r. - u , X N T',,zf,Z YOUR ndependenf Imumme AGENT RVES OU FIR NAIA RUTLAND CITY ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS Bell 8: Clark Insurance Agency Warren H Brown Agency Burnham Insurance Agency John H Davenporf Dorsey Klnney Insurance Agen Fred A Fleld 8: Son The Hoadley Agency B S Hyland Insurance Agency Joe Jones Insurance Agency A C Mason cy Inc Pllce Insurance Agency Smlfh Roberfs Agency Q' S E S T Io CCD Leonard A. Appell Agency Dan J. Healy Agency DR TOMASI DELL VENERI S BAKERY 80 S h ol S+ eei' RUTLAND VERMONT gil m ' FRIEND THE HARTFORD BOOK SHOP 5 C fe S+r + TEDESCO FUNERAL HOME FILIPPO CLEANERS 'rh +9 P3 PIP-JOE RALPH P P S BARBER SHOP Give Us 0 Try I ' c o r A Con ra u afions L Fro a QMQ 4 en r ee N B I Rufland, Vermon+ A! k "Only e Bes+" 48 S ron s Avenue Phone r. -8270 I I RUTLAND COUNTY RETAIL GROCERS ASSOCIATION Larrys MarIreI' BosI'on Marlcei' Inc Myers Grocery Procfor Super MarIreI' Ha oIcI Ph Ihps Gen Sfore RuI'IancI MarIre'I' Baslrei' Percy P Woods Siore Caggucxes MarIre'l' Enos Siore Kamudas Super Marlrei' Carngan Grocery Sfore D W McGarry Gen Sfore Vlcior Bove Grocery S'I'ore Souih End Marker Or1eIs Marlref California Fruli' MarIreI' John J Bo e Grocery Siore Charles Young Grocery S'I'ore McDe IH' Broihers Cofrupl s Marlcef Burke Broihers FTISQDFEILRD WARD 81 SONS .-I 36 MercI1anI's Row RUTLAND VERMONT WHEELER WILLIAMS Excellenf Food Always NOVAK PRINTING COMPANY Equipped and Sfaffed Io Meef ALL Your Prmhng Requlremenis HOTEL BARDWELL BLOCK RUTLAND VERMONT i 2 IN CompIimen+s of INC. 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N 3 x 4 Q S it 4 Sf 4 arg C A AII Kmds of Food Reasonable Prices GEORGE S RESTAURANT Home cooKlNe 53 Wales Sfreei' Rufland Vermoni METROPOLITAN LIFE INS CO A MUTUAL coMPANY Me'rropoIuIan Servlce Is as Local as Mann SIree'r As Close as Your Phone TH STATE CUT RATE Ruiland Vermoni 97 SI'aI'e Sfreei' We I-Iave WI1aI Your DocIor Recommends r+ X! DAVINE S SERVICE STATION W I RUTLAND VERMONT MODERN CLEANER LARRYS MUSIC STORE AND STUDIOS S ,C+ s+ 52 S+rongs Avenue f For QUGIIIY Serwce Everyfhmg In Music P p CHAS J MOSCATELLO P O WOLK'S TOTS AND TEENS I7 Cen'I'er SI'reeI RUTLAND VERMONT a'l' E ,fn A Cou esy of o X ' " Q Corner esI' H and Wa es S+. 39V en er ree'I' IUps airsI 'O " - - Band InsI'rumenI Re airing in Our wn Shop ABELS TIRE CORPORATION P 33700 Aj MURPHY OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY 99 STATE STREET Dependable Source 'For Every Offuce Requlremeni' Tel Pr 3 6655 Rufland Vermoni 3-...... fbyfgwzwy QW? CLASS RINGS COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONAL CARDS TROPHIES CLUB PINS DIPLOMAS SAWYER W. LEE 40 Brewer Parkway. Souih Burlingion, Vermoni, Telephone 4-6250 ALSO REPRESENTATIVE FOR TAYLOR-MADE YEARBOOKS THE RUTLAND COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Rutland, Vermont Established I864 M b FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION em er FRUITLAND el F1'Bse1 DR C owley s V 1' Cheese I46 WEST STREET B O 1' P 1' ff CLIFFORD S FUNERAL HOME e 1 e Mo a ly P D v B6 Sp cia1y- rui a 1: s r ' ermon ' pposi e os O ice Rufland, Vermon1' I is1inc1'iv Furni ur der fe riced At the Mount Students Enjoy . . Bottled Under Authority ot the Coca-Cola Company by I 0 COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF RUTLAND INC SEVIGNY S INC Sevlgny Pharmacy WEST RUTLAND VERMONT SOUTH END FOOD MARKET Dual Pr 3 7660 TH DECORATING CENTER FEATURING t In M RUTLAND VERMONT D DI CESARE CO General Contractor Doctors KENNY S CREAMERY WILLIAM AND HENRY "8 Ma'b'e PRATT West Rutland Vermont DIAL HE 8 2300 HUNT S Sa It Wth Flowers tAO TIPRpt3 I I o E Fabrics Unlimited Accessories and Cus om Made Spreads, Draperies, Slip Covers Pr- 3-7548 8 Sout Sin Street I I Y i Fresh Flowers or ll ccasions e. os ec -3374 DAN J HEALY NEW YORK AGENCY CLOTHING COMPANY General Insurance Oul-l'Hers Real Edafe 'For Ihe Enhre Famlly 90 Merchanfs Row RU-I-LAND VERMONT S Sporhng and Afhlehc Equnpmenl' ,34 Merchant Row ROussEAu SPORTS SHOP OPPOSIIB Mumclpal Parlung Loi TOYS Wlnler Sporls Hobby Klls NOmoH'a Ma+cI1ed Dye Loi' Yarns Flshmg Archery Bear Brand Evermakh Yarns Sfrongs Avenue ai' Mam Sfreef Bernaf Yarns and Rug PaH'erns DICK ROUSSEAU PNP Mall Orders Senf Oui' Same Day Rece vecl PI' 3 7003 Rulland VI' SHORTLE MOTORS INC Aufhorlzecl Jeep Dealer RenauI'r Home of Wlllys Four Wheel Drlve Vehlcle Jeeps Trucks-S+ahon Wagons Alrfllghf Gas Kerosene Dlesel Fuel Onl I SALES SERVICE 279 Soufh Mam Sfreef Rufland Vermonl' Tel PRospec+ 3 8690 I I I I I I . .. . 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FAGAN Wholesale Candy LARRY S MARKET 2 Elm Slreel' DIAMOND GARDNER CORPORATION Forme ly The Ru+land Lumber Company Bowl at BOWLERAMA I6 Fully Aufomahc Lanes Complefely Arr Condlhoned for Your Enloymenl' MAINOLFI S BAKERY Bread Rolls PasI'ry SPECIALIZING IN PIZZA 3I6 Wesf S+ eel Rufland Ve moni- Phone P 3 7750 FLORYS RESTAURANT Ilallan Amerucan Food Ro +e4 CENTER RUTLAND VERMONT Food al lls Besl Now I r I ' r . I I. r. - I 5? I u I Il ll HOTEL BARDWELL CARRIGAN S FINE FOODS if SMITH JONES BAKERY Paint and Wallpaper DISTRIBUTORS OF Imp IW hbleWlppe THE FAIRMONT Route 7 Tel 3 2888 I "Ru+land's Fines+" , I4 Terrill Sireei' Masury Painfs-Varnishes eria as a al a McCUE MEMORIAL COMPANY Memorml Archltects so Y P 3 83 RUTLAND VERMONT CAGGIGES MARKET N J BACHAND TOP QUALITY FOODS EVERYDAY LOW PRICES 257 WEST STREET P 37865 SEWARDS DAIRY BAR 224 North Main Street Rutland Vermont ears of Service Phone r. -83 I I O Fuel Oil Airflight Gas I72 Granger Street Kerosene T. 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Prospeci' 3-7890 HUGH DUFFY COAL COMPANY Esfablished I882 ESSO HEAT FUELS Coals-An'I'I1raciIe Burners Bifuminous ROSEN 81 BERGER Clvullan and MlIlI'ary Trucks and Pa rI's + Pr 3 339I GOOD FOOD ALWAYS PROUSE S RESTAURANT MIGLCRIE BROS llllg rg I I I 'Q 4OI I 1. BW You Never Take a Chance on a Used Car Buy ai' MIGLORIES I Roufe 4 Cen er Ru+IancI, Vermoni' 1 I ll f I , I t ' I A rj I I C12 ,Ii . , f , LM-,...j'.Q, . A THE RUTLAND CO OPERATIVE SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION 'I' RUTLAND VERMONT Is Ihe A o Y S+ HI WAY FURNITURE COMPANY CENTER RUTLAND d r'r d F d Appl Bes+W h G d ORIN THOMAS 81 SONS, INC RUTLAND, VERMONT Fine Dairy Products Since I920 Where's Jrhe Smari Place Io Pui Your Savings? 62 Cen er SI'reeI' . ssociaii n ou Should Coniaci' for Your Savings or Morfgage Loans. 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