Mount St Joseph Academy - Lilium Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)

 - Class of 1957

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'V if ,,-. :::a,,.,,xO,-.I-.Q-' . ,.,g.: .- V. fi 1 .-.. 4 ' A fi f'1 .l'EjQ 2? 1 1 E zo 1 ar 1' an :ga ' I ll I M Q. 'Wa , 6,11 f L f , , ' :Vw S , Lo fb Y N D I f Lf 'L 'E 'I J kd V314, i Lia 5. L all " F' J jf 50 H, 1 XJ P44 ol? x V 9 . -' x- ' H Q Ap Q . N1 NW U ,D fl X Zf A X V , PRESENTED EY THE SENIIIR CLASS IIE Mount aint Joseph Aoadomy Buffalo, ow York 1' 'A' W2 9 -N my 4,92 f ' ff I 12? W., ' an , ,. . , 1, . .V .-+1 ' , H. - " 5'-ff mf' 1-Tis" V f !".' ,rf ,, J. ' 7 , ,J-er' Q-f 1 f fi ' 331-fe! A I dvr, -bu-Lan' Eff f . gay, x "N X ,YU gm ZMJZZQZII a Mahmzb :mal Z Qufmzf The diocese of Buffalo, which includes a hustling city of nearly 600,000 people, is dedicated to St. joseph. The Academy, also under the patronage of St. joseph, rests in regal tranquility in its Central Park area. The :irchitect's sketch below pictures the annex to be erected cn its south side. Directly across the street is the center of the students' spiritual life, St. Vincent's Church. The scene of the traditional White Mass and graduation ceremonies, it also offers an opportunity for daily Mass or an afternoon visit. fini? :ll il' nllilfn 'lvlillQ, IQM' Ig ' 04.11. - e 4 inn ...cMazff1seM... In your heart flames an aspiration that your life will flower and produce fruit. Your young life cradles a precious Promise-a Promise that whispers of the fulfillment of your Catholic womanhood. The world knows you are searching for fulfill- ment, you know it will be found in the happiness of serving God and His most awesome creation, human beings. Like the lily on Joseph's staff, your life, on the path to fulfillment, will pass through the budding, the ripening and the flowering. During your years at the Mount, your Father, Joseph, has lovingly and unobstrusively watched the budding of Christian womanhood in you. He has planted in your minds and hearts a love of God and a compassion that has budded into a love of mankind. Joseph has prudently overshadowed your hours of classes and studiesg he has helped you learn many of life's lessons. The wise Teacher will con- tinue his vigilance until your life begins to ripen with the maturity that comes of living. As your life finally begins its glorious flowering, St. Joseph, your Patron and Protector, will continue to watch over you so carefully! His patronage will guide you as you discover more fully the beauty life holds when you are giving, rather than receiv- ing. joseph will be your Protector when the unworthy things of life occasionally appear desirous, he will not let you throw away the important to embrace the trivial. Thus, for the fulhllment of your precious Promise . . . ...gm fa 5n'6'Zfi4 CUNTENTS lDQ9QJQW ULASSES .... I5 Q Judea STUDIES .... 63 QI f59Aww4wnfj5hm2mh4 AUTIVITIES. .75 ., V!-v nw I MR vi Q W ,using The Reverend The Reverend The Reverend William J, McLaughlin, SJ, Vincent P. McCorry, SJ. John L. O'Toole, O.M I Canisius College Loyola Seminary, Holy Angels Parish First Friday Mass Shrub Oak, New York Sophomore-Freshman Senior-Junior Retreat Retreat The Most Reverend Leo R. Smith, D.D. Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Buffalo The Reverend Nicholas J. Sullivan, S.-I. Canisius College Sodaliry Director ee wk wld! ids fem efzzkzzskzzf fa fire. God entrusted to St. joseph His most precious possession-His Son. He recognized in such a man the fidelity and vigilance of an unfailing guardian. Because xloseplfs love for the Child Christ was paternal and affectionate, Jesus called him "l5ntl1er." Your diocese is nestled in the fntherly hand of St. Josephg your souls rest in the hands of the men you .address .is "lf.ither." Your clergy seek Joseplfs aid in safeguarding your lives. Their paternal love guides you, nourishing you with the Bread of Life, and clothing you with Truth. To keep safe what has been entrusted to them, your priests go to Joseph, the paternal guardian of the Christ Child. 'vi if-' Wu gzlzzflzzf aw! azzfi The Sisters of St. Joseph, working actively in the Buffalo diocese for over one hundred years, are dedi- cated to the Blessed Trinity under the protection of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. The ideals which inspire their community are the virtues possessed by joseph, the head of the world's most perfect, and most perfectly happy family. ln humility, Joseph accepted the guardianship of God and His Mother: so, too, do the Sisters ac- cept the care of youths' hearts and minds, guiding them toward Jo- seph's Family. "And the greatest of these,'l charity, motivates the Sisters. Here at the Mount, they have dedicated their lives to lead you, its students, to the Holy lfamily in a lifelong adherence to its ideals. ln an age when the integrity of family life iS WC-lliefling, you IUUSI learn the values that made the Holy l5amily's life perfect, for you will be the founders of the next generation. Sister Alice Marie, Dircctress, meets Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noonan, who for a year are adopted American parents of Elena. Segade, Buenos Aires exchange student. Assistant principal Sister Agnes Clare points out the site of the new building ad- dition to Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Harrington and Susan at Freshman Parents' Day. The Senior class moderator, Sister teaches Religion IV, Latin HI, and Speech. The statue of Our I.ady of Good Counsel overshatlows Sister Margaret Joseph, Freshman moderator :Ind Religion I teacher, and Sister Arsenia, who teaches Religion II, as they com- pare research material in the library. The tangent function on a straight-line graph proves no problem for Sodality moderator Sister Margaret Ann, who teaches Geometry, Inter- mediate Algebra and Religion III, and Sister Georgiana, Elementary Algebra instructor. ..- Sister Nlarie Baptista, right, who teaches Economic World, finds a chapter she thinks will interest Sister Agnes Miriam, XVorld History and American History teacher. Sister jean Therese, left, thinks she can use the ma- terial in her World History classes, too. The latter also teaches Latin III and IV, and is Student Council moderator, Xie UZAIE6' affvseifik aww iff ""i Av ,.. The Mount's linglish teachers pause after school to inspect Sister M.iry John's yearbook picture schedule. Sister Consilii, left, teaches English IV and Religion III, and is Alumnae moderator, while Sister Mary John teaches Iinglish I and journalism and is :adviser to The Counselor and The Lilium staffs. Sister St. Patrick is English III, Religion III, and Health instructor, as well as Junior class moderator. Sister jane Frances teaches English II, Religion III, and Freshman Speech, :ind is Sophomore Drnmatics Club moderator. Sister Ruth, right, teacher of Biology and French I, II. and III, comments nn the trans- Pllnting of n prize gernnium ns Sister Marie Constance. Chemistry and General Science teacher. admires the rg-gulf, ,- It's time out for the language teachers who pause near Sister Clare Francis' classroom. Sister, center, teaches Spanish I, II, and III, Latin I, and General Science, and is Freshman Sodality moderator. Sister de la Salle, left, teaches Latin I and II, and Sister Mary Anne teaches Latin II and III, and is Sophomore class and Good Counsel Clubs' moderator. Accuracy is insured as the two Business in- structors check figures in il ledger. Sister St. Paul, seated, teaches Secretarial Practice, Short- hand II and Transcription, Typewriting I, and Business English. Sister Mary Patrick's schedule includes Bookkeeping I, Shorthand I, Type- writing I, and English lg she is co-moderator of the Sports Club. There's a touch of spring in the library as Sister Alberta, Study Hall moderator, examines the blossoms on the African violet held by Sister Assumpta, Librarian. zz e gefzexlaw' 171 us N M iM0lllAM lfor nearly half a century, Sister lfrancis Jerome has quietly enriched the spiritual and cultural background of the girls of this academy. In 1907 she began the instruction which has, to thousands of young women, made her name a byword for perfection in the graphic arts. Although her formal classes-among them religion and art- were terminated because of injuries suffered in a fall in 1953, Sister continued to contribute artistic touches to the decor of both the Convent and school, retaining until her death the full power of her gift. Fragrant and full-blown, like the roses which in late years adorned many of her paintings, Sister lfrancis jerome's span of years drew to ll close, February 27, 1957. It can truly be said that the perfection with which she inscribed a diploma, designed a tableau, or gilded a statue, were but brush strokes that crowned the more exquisite portrait of a life spent for God. Teachers of the fine arts meet near the motto which the late Sister Francis Jerome inscribed on the study hall board, Sister Juliana, seated, teaches piano, violin and directs the orchestra. Sister Marie Vianney, teacher of Art I and Art II, English I and Algebra, is co-moderator of the Sports Club, and Sister Laura is singing instructor and director of the Mt. St. Joseph Choral Club and the St. Cecilia Glee Club. m -1 C -s s - ' v .4 N1 U Mmm! 9216421 fazfzbfy flake! W si lDl5f " fixup Y""'1- MARIA RETTIG Wholesome wtahty sparks ber znunczble determmatzon Sodalnty 12 3 4 Treasurer 3 Pre feet 4 Central COJDCII 3 4 Marzue Manu: 2 3 4 HBS 2 3 4 Dec1de Club 2 3 Polno Clmlc 3 Honor R 1 2 3 4 Honor Socnety 3 4 Lflmm 4 Clubs Sports 1 Glee 1 Choral 2 3 4 Good Counsel 1 2 3 Debate 3 French 2 3 4 Vlce presx dent 2 fhss Pfleszkfzf 'iv' th ELIZABETH FRIEDRICH Grace ullg postured the per ect secretary Sod1l1ty 1 2 3 4 HBS 1 2 Decade Club 1 2 Pollo Clnmc 2 Class Sec rtury 1 Prcsndent 4 Student Councnl Treasurer 2 Secret1ry 3 Honor Roll 12 3 4 Honor Socn ery 234 Clubs Glee 1 Choral 2 34 Good Counsel l 23 Pres1 dent 3 less Wee pneszhnf 471' CLAIRE JOHNSON Accepts everythmg wztb wut and wzsdom Sodalnty 2 3 4 Centrll Councnl 4 HBS 23 Decade Club 2 Class Vxce Pres1clent 4 Student Counc1l Representatxve 3 Honor Roll 1 3 4 Honor Socxety 2 4 .Lllllllll 4 Clubs Glee 1 Cboml 2 3 4 Good Counsel 1 2 3 Vlce Presndent 2 French 3 4 Chanrman 4 ' 4 - ff N . 2 , 3 1 . 1 to ' 2' it 'Fwy f s , lu" , ll , , 5 1 3 ,' ' 1 3 5 A . h . S X . I ' 9 , , 2 E ' , 2 ' ' : 2 5 L , . 2 f V ' ' ' - 1 1 1 . ' ' 3 I f - - , , - ' A 3 9 3 3 V 4 , 7 g . . . 5 - A ' Q , ' 5 ' , - : 1 1 1 3 I' , 1 S 5 S ' 1 1 3 1 1 1 , ' - 7 1 1 1 1 1 ' 4 ' ' , 9 ' ' 7 3 3 53 3 5 ' , : ' ' ' s 011 , , , s ' , 4 S I 9 I 1 1 1 1 1 3 I 1 1 1 ' ' tgfuhnf Uauzzczf flzeszknvu' Y Cl EILEEN DORAN Conviction plus participation . . . a leader. Sodality l,2,3,4g Decade Club 2g Class Vice-President 33 Student Council President 4, Executive Committee 4, Representative 23 3,4g Varsity Co-Captain 43 Clee lg Choml 24 Good Counsel 124 ubs: Sports 1,2,3,4: JV 2: SV President 2 Latin 3 4 fha-' Lglffllfdfly 67455 Qfleaxmm 'wh JOAN FINALDI Petite n neat pretty as cbzna doll HBS 2 Declcle Club 2 Cllss Set eietx 7 4 Che-erle.1din l Clubs Sports 2 Chorll 4 Cootl Counsel 1 2 4 Latin 34 President 3 tui- 1n""" MARILYN LOUISE POLLUTRO Wfztb bei stately grace, a morltl 5 model Dewalt Club 7 Polio C lun 4 C lx s TFLISLIYCF 4 lllllllll 4 C luls Snonts 2 4 Good Counstl 1 v S ' 1 s y Q a - 4: '7-, ' X ' r -. . A ' ' li f ' 9 s 1 a . . I ,x ' Q L Q . gt, . "- , ret.1ry 45 Honor Roll lg Honor So- Sodaliw l'2'j,4: Md,-j,,,' Mt,,,,,X 3: -,S 'IX 9 'I ' -Z i fic :Qs Q Q 5 Q C. 5 I , 3 'A - . , , S 1 , ' ' - 7 3 - ' 2.3,-lg l..1tin 3,4. ffldffldk af iffy had MARY KATHRYN ABRAHAM A modern miss who's a hit at pantomiming. Polio Clinic 2g Decade Club l,2g Honor Roll l,2g Counselor 3,49 Lilium 4, typistg Cheerleading l,2, 33 Clubs: Sports 1,2,3,4g Choral 4g Good Counsel 1,2,3,4. fuk, 4:- ..-,,.....f.-vw J E 1 i I J vb ,V at H l iq 5 , Q i fix: Qs 5 Mid by f , -, ,mfqii , Q41 ' A ' -3'-1 , ' ,, n--' GENEVIEVE ARCARA Sensible, with a pleasing reserve. Sodality 1,2,3g4g Decade Club 2.3 Honor Roll lg Clubs: Sports 4 Latin 3,45 Spanish 3. an 0 1 Do boots reflect the character of their owner? Upright or limp, worn or new, at least they mirror the Seniors' preparedness. JOSEPHINE BARONE A sweet sophisticate with a little girl laugh. Polio Clinic 25 Cheerleading lg Clubs: Sports 2g Choral 4g Good Counsel l,2. Qu! KATHLEEN BARRY Known or her 71123 gestures and clammzng chattm Poho Clmxc 2 Honor Roll 12 Lflmm 4 Patron Clubs Sports 2 Good Counsel 1 2 Photogrlpbv 3 Latm 3 Spannsh 7 3 4 JANE MARY BURKE The :deal gurl gazety plus practzcalzty Sod1l1ty 12 3 4 Central Councxl 4 Mar1ar'Man11x 3 HBS2 Decade Club 2 Class President 2 Honor Rol 1 2 3 4 Honor Souc v 2 3 4 VICL lrtsndtnt 4 CSOIHIYIIUT' Copy Edltor 3 4 lllllllll Assotutc ELllIOI' 4 Clubs Sports 1 Good Counsel 13 Latln 3 Spamsh Sccreury 3 Presldcnt 4 ,N CAROL ANN BONADIO Treasurerl possesszons a good book and a roomj purse Good Counsel Club 1 7 3 4 BARBARA BURR An eager contributor er gestures tell the story Sodalxty l 234 Centril Counul 4 Mama Marius 24 HBS 234 Decade Club 2 Pol1o Cllnlc 2 4 Chnxrman 4 Cllss Trmsurer 3 Student Councxl Rcprccsntitnc 2 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Honor Sotxtty 3 4 Prtsndtnt- 4 Commlor 2 3 4 Copy Edntor 3 Lllllllll 4 Clubs Glce 1 Choral 2 3 4 Good Coun sel 2 3 Latm 3 Sp1n1sh 3 4 AUG.- 'NP Wm Y'- PATRICIA BRINKWORTH The muster o the quzet smzlc Clubs Sports 2 Splnxsh 234 .fn Xie fzemwe ,lir- -'K XM- '?+"i'l qu 'K so of , I SW , . , Q MK' il Xiang., s MARY LOUISE CARBERRY A country commuter . . . pleas- ant and persevering. Sodality 1,2,3,4g Decade Club 25 Lilium 4, Patrong Cheerleading 25 Clubs: Sports 1,2,3,45 JV 35 Good Counsel 1,2,3,4. TERESA COLLINS A sparkling Irish countenance -the index to ber beart. Sodality 1,2,3,45 HBS 25 Decade Club 25 Lilium 45 Cheerleading 1,25 Clubs: Sports 1,2,35 JV 35 Good Counsel 1,2,45 French 2,3,4g Latin 3. 1, . VIRGINIA CARDARELLI An impetuous imp with an ap- pealing deep voice. Religious Instructions 45 Honor Roll 15 Lilium 4, Patrong Clubs: Good Counsel 1,45 Latin 3,45 Span- ish 2. MARY LOU CONWAY Lastingly loyal . . . the girl who laughs up the scale. HBS 25 Decade Club 2g Cheerlead- ing 1,25 Club: Latin 3. X! 0 ZKZIZIIJMMJZ CHARLOTTE ANN COOK A casual air lends mystery to those classic features. Mariac' Marius 25 Polio Clinic 25 Class Secretary 35 Student Council Representative 3,45 Honor Roll 15 Counselor 2,3,4, Copy Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 45 Clubs: Sports 25 Glce lg Latin 3. ff K I yy! V li 1 1 3 ff' 'A gs. is 1' Y 1 .4 f wtf' J LAA ALICE CORDA Personality plus . . . sunny and versatile. Class Secretary 25 Honor Roll lg Lilium 4, typistg Clubs: Sports 2, 3,43 JV 23 SV 3,4, Varsity Co- Captain 4g Choral 3,4g Good Coun- sel 1,2,4. NANCY CORRIGAN Action-packed . . . a rare -mix- ture of sense and nonsense. Sodality 1,2,3,4g Student Council Representative 3,4, Executive Com- mittee 4g Lilium 4, Patrong Clubs: Sports 1,2,3,4g JV 29 SV 3,45 Good Counsel 1,2,3,4g Latin 3. J chase flee flefzcdvlf Beauty is a laughing matter to Seniors Suzanne Stephan, Mary Patricia Quill, Sheila Thorton, Rita Riley and Suzanne Reardon, as they prepare for the journey homeward. JUDITH CZORA The picture of apprehension . . engagingly winsome. Cheerleading 1,24 Clubs: French 2 3, Latin 3. Q 9 0 n n n og 0111313000300 9 G10 1006 1 ooee 9 x X JUDITH DEAHNA A bapp3 combination o mutb and worth L xlxtx 1 2 x w IBS 7 LL1 O O :mg 7 J C Iss PFCHLL tu dent C 0Lll"lC1l Vnu Pxcsulgnt egutng COUTITTIIICC 4 C 11111111 11111111 4 Clubs Sports C ood Coounscl I 2 3 4 Debug J Ircnull 4 Lltm 3 "'f-193551 onli'-,- Nh-Q 121 fe my 921511. Then be sure to clean thus part advnses Carol Fronczak as she and ean enmngs Sennors demon strate typewrnter cleaning tech nnque to Sophomore Karan Becker ELIZABETH DEWEY Pe1t pzxze I haze to get mg ban cut" Dandy C,lub Honor Roll 14 Honor Souctx 3 3 4 111111111 4 P1 iron Clubs Sports 3 4 G00 unsul 1 7 4 I um 1 'Os ROSEMARY DONNELLY Envzable as the gzrl whos ever unru d Pollo Cl1n1c 1 Rehgnous Instruc txons 34 Lllmm 4 Clubs Sports Spamsh 2 3 PATRICIA EBERLE A consistently conszderate per son who lzkes to help Clubs Good Counsel 1 2 3 4 Latm 3 Spamsh 3 ,945 ELEANOR DOURIS A rzendly smzle she speaks an spurts Decade Club 2 Lzlmm 4 P1tron Clubs Sports 2 Good Counsel 4 SERENA ELARDO That Lzz Taylor look pozsed and serene Counselor 4 typlst Lzlmm 4 typ ISI Clubs Sports 4 nfl' ROSEMARY DOWDALL A speedy sprite with Canadum sunset an her eyes Sodallty 2 34 Marzae Manus 4 HBS 3 Lzllum 4 Patron Cheer Sports 1 2 3 4 Good Counsel 1 2 3 French 4 Latm 3 my Qeecim 45' F' ' . Q - I , I ' ' ' ' for- f ' ' . . . ' ' ' fle . ' . ' , 15 G00d Counsel 13,43 Latin 3g leading,1,2, Co-Cltptain 22 Clubs: .nr A , 4' l I lf 4 Vp xp., my man L 3 dilffgldkfllw Q in ' CAROL ELEFELD Optzmzsm sparked with a con tagzous laugh Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Clubs Sports 2 Glcc 1 2 Good Counsel 1 2 4 CAROL FRONCZAK Gentle nendlzness an env: able an o con dence Honor Roll 14 Cozumlnr 4 pp 1st Good Counsel Club 1 'E' PATRICIA FEIDNER A buszness whiz consulerate and quietly efficient Sodalxty 1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Cen tml Councll 4 Marla: Manu: 2 HBS 12 Dcuade Club 12 Pollo Cl1n1c cluef typ1st 4 Honor Roll 4 Honor Soc1cty 3 Cheerleaclmg 1 Clubs Choral 2 3 4 Good Counsel 1 2 3 ANN GAISER That natural look chann zngly nonchalent HBS 2 Clubs Good Counsel 1 2 3 4 French 3 Latm 34 if NANCY HAZEN Her bzg brown eyes 1eveal a mzschzevous natzne Honor Roll 14 Cozumlor 3 typ I Good Counsel Club 1 2 as -t"" 1 -095 115.1 ,fi 'fI"'7 PATRICIA HOFFMAN Makes tbe best of any situation . . . quietly helpful. HBS 35 Honor Roll l,2,3,4g Honor Society 2,4g Coznzxvlnr 4, chief typ- istg Lllllllll 4, Patron Chairman, chief typistg Clubs: Sports 4g Glcc lg Choral 2,44 Good Counsel l,2,3. ws X JOYCE JANKOWSKI A Michaelangelo whois refresh- ingly frank. Clubs: Good Counsel 13 Spanish 2, 3,4. Jgfw afzlcafzsmlzzfe mylar! "Will the meeting please come to order?" Senior Class President Elizabeth Friedrich firmly grips her gavel, gift of Patricia Feid- ner, given at Senior business class Christmas party. 4' ',n.vv""" ELLEN KELLY Friendly humor graces ber self- reliance, Cheerleading lg Clubs: Sport Latin 5. gf-e '17-1 S ELIZABETH KIRCHGRABER Clear-cut attractiveness . . lively as a freeracker. Lllllllll 4, Patron: Orchestra 1,2,3 4g Clubs: Cleo 1,25 Choral, Secre- tary 35 Latin 3,4. em21eQ kv flee: Lost and Found . . . Mr. Elmer Briel, the Mount's official picker- upper, brings thankful smiles to Seniors Loretta Molitor, Noreen Pugliese, and Suzanne Palmeri as they claim their lost articles. VIRGINIA KLIER Wide, wondering eyes reflect ber tboughtfulness. Sodality l,2,3,4g HBS 2,31 ljlllllll 4g Cheerleading, Ciptiiin lg Clubs: Sports l,2,3,-lg JV 2,33 SV 43 Good Counsel 1.2,-l, Secretary 2, Ch.1ir- man 44 Ifrcneh 3,4, Treasurer 2. X 'Rh JUDITH KOVACH A curly-haired example of lightheartedness. Religious lnstuctions 4g Lllllllll 4, Patrong Clubs: Glcc lg Choral 3g Good Counsel lg French 2,33 Latin 3,4. ANN LIBERTO A dimpled delight who's charm- ing when exasperated. Counselor 4, typistg Lilium 4, typ- istg Clubs: Sports 45 Glee 15 Choral 2,3,4, President 45 Good Counsel 1. Fw' 'Q' 3727 '15 MARY CATHERINE LANGAN Warmth is hidden beneath her golden silence. Sodality 1,2,3,4f Decade Club 2,3g Clubs: Sports 2,4g Good Counsel 1,2,3,4g French 2,3,4. PAULA LINCOLN An enthusiasm for people vi- brates in her speech. Sodality 1,2,3,4g Decade Club 1,2, 3g Polio Clinic lg Religious Instruc- tions 45 Liliunz 4, Pntrong Cheer- lending, Co-Captain lg Clubs: Sports 1,2,3,4g .IV 3g SV 4g Good Counsel l,2,3, Vice-President 3. I MARY ELLEN LASCOLA Expression in her gray-green eyes . . . striking! Spanish Club 2,3,4. Jak!! fa fflee my Jan? dflffdlll JEAN LOGAL MARY JOAN LOGAL Tmy semor a twmklmg Pretty bands work wonders an twm e creney Decade Club 2 HBS 2 Clubs Decade Club 2 HBS 2 Clubs Sports 2 french 3 Latm 34 Sports 2 Latm 3 JOANNA MARINI In a rantzc renzy endear zngly enthuszastzc Illzum 4 typnst Co11rm1m 4 typ 1st Chccrludnng 1 Clubs Sports 2 Photos,r1phy 3 Good Counsel 1 gf 'lin A-sl" CATHERINE MCKENZIE An orzgmal cartoomst lwely and entertazmng Latm Club 3 4 .fam wr 'Y' MARLENE MECCA Mars one o the sweetest people on earth Class frcasurer 2 Honor Roll 1 Counselor 4 typxst L111um4 typ 1st Sports Club 4 01-1 "GOV" f Iv' "S," .X ,f JO ANN MESI ROSEMARY MINICH SHARON MINKLEIN An infliviclzml in the mirlst of An interest in Martian activi- Serionsness plus sunshine-just a crowzl. ties keynotes ber intellectual plain nice. Polio Clinic lg l.llf1lIII 4, liitrong humor. Sodnlity l,2,3,-lg HBS 45 Mama Clubs: Sports Zg Ciood Counsel 1,25 Honor R011 135,43 14j1j,,,,, .45 Q,-, Muzzzrs 5,45 Polio Clinic 2,5,-lg Hon Pliotogmpliy 3g Spanish 2,3,4. Clqcgtm 2,3145 Clubgz lusgin 3,45 or Roll 1.3,-4: l,ili11u1 Associate di Sp.inisli 3,-4. tor 43 Clubs: Sports 23 Lliora 7 my an Reciting "The scn ccusetli . . ." presents 3 problem for Elizabeth Dewey as Doris Piciulo, amused at lic-r nttcmpts, assists with the tapc recorder during Il Senior speech class. 3 ,i s yd 1 1 ' od Counscl l,-,3,4, Trcnsurc l..1t1n 3,41 Spnnisli 2,3. L JO-ANN MITCHELL A trapeze artist . . . youthful poise and balance. Polio Clinic 1,23 Class Vice-Presb dent 25 Honor Roll 1.33 Honor So- ciety 2,44 C0lll1SI'lflV 4g Liliunz Edi- tor-in-Chief 4g Latin Club 3,4. i- r LORETTA MOLITOR Hobbies galore for an all-around girl. Honor Roll lg Orchestra 2,33 Clubs: Glee lg Choral 2,3,4g Latin 35 Spanish 2,3,4. mffffie en 5 my it They're not rolling this rug back for a danceg it's part of the clean-up after First Friday Mass. Sister Agnes Clare is assisted by Seniors Charlotte Cook and Bar- bara Burr. ANN MURRAY Buoyancy ritalizes her Irisb candor. Lilizzm 4, typistg Clubs: Sports 1,23 Good Counsel 3. fx? mf? wifi YQ ,U- 'FU' 6-f' BARBARA MUSILLI A warm, deep laugh ser: ously szlly Honor Roll l Counselor 4 typlst Lzlmm 4 typnst Clubs Sports 2 4 Good Counsel 14 Photogmphy 3 JACQUELINE O'SHEA A uture teacher blessed wztb amzabzlaty Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Clubs Sports 2 Good Counsel 12 3 French 3 Latm 3 4 in X . MADELYN NEARY A ' ox populz avor ul as a lollzpop Decade Club 3 Snsters Hospxtal 2 3 Honor Roll 1 Counsclor 2 3 4 Assocxate Edltor 4 Lzlfum 4 Cheer lemdmg 1 Clubs Sports l 2 3 Glee Secretary 1 Ucbate 3 Cood Coun sel 1 2 Latm 3 Spamsh 3 4 SUZANNE PALMERI A heart as bug as ber smzle Clubs Sports 1 2 3 4 JV 2 3 SV 4 French 3 Latm 3 4 ai' ,Q- MARY O'HARA A spontaneous giggle ut serzous on occaszon Sodallty 34 Honor R ll 14 Clubs Sports 3 4 Good Counsel 1 Latnn 3 4 Spamsh 2 3 CWI :Wan wifi aff fie cflzlzllefz uv WW MARIE PETRILLO Sweet and low ber attentive ness zs endearmg HBS 2 Decade Club 2 Honor Roll 1 3 4 Clubs Good Counsel 1 2 4 French 3 Latm 3 4 ARLEEN PINCER Sel con dence adds flavor to Per asbzon deszgmng Sod1l1ty 1 2 3 4 Marlaf' Manus 2 4 Honor Socncty 2 3 4 Counsclor 3 4 Art Edxtor 4 Clubs Sports 2 Glce 1 Choral 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Pho tography 3 Latm 3 DORIS PICIULO Loquaczousness wzth empbatzc expresszon HBS 3 Honor Roll 1 Llllum 4 P1tron Clubs Good Counsel 23 4 French 23 Secretary 3 Latm 34 Pres1dent 3 NOREEN PUGLIESE Matter o actness sprznkled 'wztb humorous comments Orchestra 1 3 Clubs Good Coun scl 4 Intm 3 Spamsh 2 3 4 '19 num' by M1 Manny MARY PATRICIA QUILL P aches and cream ty 1 cal gurl next door Lllllllll 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 4 is IGH MARIE A. RADL Naturally wavy bair . . . re- GLORIA RAIMOND A knack for novelty . . . always served but responsive. understanding. Sodaliry 23,45 Polio Clinic 2,39 Polio Clinic 1,23 Lilium 4, Patron: Clubs: Glee 1,2g Choral 3g Good Counsel l,2,3g French 3,4. Honor Roll 1,2,4g Lilium 4,- Pa- trong Good Counsel Club l,2,3,4. Jflxlamfke av fiafzafl Xfire, A f'-P., Q M. SUZANNE REARDON A typical teen who lives for the moment. Sisters Hospital 3g Clubs:.Sports lg Latin 35 Spanish 2,3,4. So much to say and only 2,500 words to say it in. Mary O'Har:1 seems appalled at the scope of in- formation the encyclopedia offers on her term paper topic. Lenoir Reimondo is finding more satis faction in card catalog references if ANN REBMAN Countenance cherubic angel unaware. L.1tin Club 3. dn LENOIR REIMONDO Quietly dignified . . . a study in femininity. Sodnlity l.2,3,4: Decade Club 23 Honor Roll 1,3,4g Honor Society 2,43 Cuzmsclor 3,43 Lilium 4g Clubs: Glce 15 Good Counsel 3,4g French 2,33 Latin 3,4, President 3. dv cekfmfe Aly ffldikdf, "I'll take some of those," says Elizabeth Dewey to joan Logal as Jean Logal patiently waits for Joan Smith to choose the sucker she wants. In the potato chip de- partment, Paula Lincoln displays her salesmanship to Mary Lou Conway, Mary Yeager and Judith Czora. ROSEMARY REINA Gay-tempered and exuberant, she acts on impulse. Student Council Representative 43 I.iImm Art Editor 4: Clubs: Sports 1,2,3,4g JV 2,33 SV 45 Latin 3. J' 1 .r-X 'Cf' RITA RILEY ugar n sjnce n everythzng mee Lzlzum 4 Patron Cheerleadmg 2 3 Clubs Sports 2 3 Glee I ROSE ANN SCHIMENTI Responszble and helpful nger m every pze 3 4 HBS 2 Polxo Clnmc 2 Student Councxl Reprcscnmtxvc 4 Couzz selor 34 Lzlmm 4 Clubs Glee 2 Choral 3 Good Counsel 1 2 3 4 Latln 3 JOYCE RUNFOLA Blonde femmmzty Cornell and a conve1t1ble Honor Roll 1 Latm Club 3 4 RUTH SCI-IUMACHER Interested zn everythzng zmpzshly endearzng HBS 2 Clubs Sports 12 Good Counsel 1 2 3 4 Latm 3 fi BARBARA SAWDYE An mterest an people makes ber a good listener French Club 3 4 fa ,luollfxfl Aly JZIIZXJAS' 35 . f, I S 1 , ' I , ' . - . ' ' I. 9 l l 3 3 Q . , - 9 ' ' . . . a ' ' , , F u 1 . w I I . Sodaliry l,2,3,49 Mdfidff' MHNHS 2, Sodality 1,2,3,4g Marine Manus 3g ' l 3 ' 9 a a Q l - ., ,I 4 uf ' N , "3-iss. Q L mr kit lx 'N' " is PATRICIA SCIANDRA Perseverance unlimited . . . "You're breaking my heart." HBS 1,2g Counselor 4, typistg Clubs: Choral 1,25 Good Counsel 1,2. MADELINE SHAY A bubbling blonde with a lilt- ing laugh. Polio Clinic 2g Lilium 4, Patron Cheerleading 2,3,4, Captain 4 Clubs: Sports 1,2,3,4g Glee, Presi- dent 1: Cliornl 2,3,4, Secretary 4 Latin 3. 50+ ELENA SEGADE Sweet and gentle-an able am- bassadress from South America. Student Council Representative 43 Honor Roll 4g Counselor 43 Good Counsel Club 4. DORIS SMITH Walks so distinctly . . . the girl with the glowing complexion. Sports Club 2,3. am! Av wiki fzfflezzflffs' JOAN SMITH The American Girl . . . listens with her eyes. SOJ-llily 1,2.3,4g Decade Club 2g Clubs: Sports 25 Good Counsel 3,43 Latin 3. W' Q. t Wane, MARGARET MARY SMITH Kitten-quietness . . . that sun- kissed look. Good Counsel Club 1,2,3,4. fa My live, On their way to win another game, Alice Corda and Nancy Corrigan, Senior Varsity mem- bers, with an enthusiastic router, Rita Riley, head for the court- yard where Nancy's car is ready to take them to their destination. .S ,, , I 's . CAROL SPEZIO Short 'n' sweet . . . just full of surprises! Sodnlity l,2,3,4g HBS 2,4g Polio Clinic 2,4g Honor Roll l.2,3,4g Honor Society 2,3,4g Lilinm 45 Clubs: Good Counsel 1,2,3,4g Latin Treasurer 3, President 4. SUZANNE STEPHAN A skilled artist with such stately beauty. Religious Instructions 4g Clubs: Sports 2g Good Counsel 1,2g French 2,3g Latin 2,3. sl -1 AGNES STINE A mild-mannererl miss with a 5111111011 blush. Sotlalizv l,2,3,-4: Nf:1riar'BIuf111s 2,34 Polio Clinic l,2,3: CTUIHIXUIUV 3,44 ljlllllfl 4, llitrong Clubs: Good Counsel 1.2.3,-43 Debate 3g Latin Secretary 3, Treasurer 4. ,iw ! i-..,,, -4' Q... .,,,f,,-ff" A ff' ELIZABETH STOCK A musical miss with an old- fashionerf sweetness. Honor Roll lg ffoiizmxlni' 3,4g Lili- nm 43 Orellestm l,2,3,4: Clubs: Clee lg Choral 2,3,4, librarian 43 Good Counsel 1,2,4g Debate 35 Spanish 3,4. iA as di as Jfizzve Wave Av all sa. Pictures, pictures, pictures! Sen- iors make an hobby of collecting each other's "stamps." Doris Smith, Agnes Stine, Virginia Car- darelli, and Sheila Thornton com- pare and share their treasures. SHEILA THORNTON Goorl-natured . . . such fun to be wifla. Ijlilrm 4. Pntrong Clubs: Good Counsel 1,2,-lg Latin 3. Fr C sf!- CAROLYN TRACY Nrutness wztb a knack or or gum ation Som :tx 1 34 Nnce prefect 4 Ccntul Counul 4 Marzac' Marius 2 3 Honor Roll 4 Honor Soclety oz xr u 3 4 LIIIIHII Clubs Sports 2 Glee 12 Choral 3 4 Good Counsel 1 2 3 Latm 3 4 PATRICIA VEIDERS Quzet and genume artzstzc ally appreczatzve HBS 1 2 3 4 Clubs Good Counsel 1 2 3 Latm 3 4 Sp1n1sh 2 3 4 3 s"'f' 3111! ANNETTE TRIPPE An zmpzsb personalzty radzates szmplzczty Relxgxous Instructxons 4 COIII1 sclor 4 typlst Lllmnz 4 tvpxst Clubs Sports 3 4 Glee 12 Presx dent 2 Good Counsel 14 JOAN VICKERD Adaptabzlzty zs ber gzft ptterbug fun Llllllm 4 typxst Sports Club 2 DENISE VEIDERS 'Fr1tz, zs a Cwzl Arr Patroller wztb a flaw or French French Club 3 4 427 mfzm :zfwgn fa dlifllf me 5 40 its awk fs BARBARA WAGNER JUDITH WAGNER Pencxl gestures punctuate ber speech Honor Roll 23 Clubs Sports 2 Spamsh 3 uzet refinement wztb a wz lowy grace Sodalnty 1 2 3 4 Marme Manus 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 Honor Socxetv 2 3 4 Counselor 234 Lrlrum 4 Clubs Glce 1 Choral 2 3 4 Good Counsel 1 2 3 Latm 3 4 BARBARA WERNICKI Placzd and practzcal plaul becomes ber Clubs Sports 2 Good Counsel 4 MONICA WOLSKI Nice to know an enthusz astzc catecbzst HBS 2 P0110 Clxmc 2 Relngnous Instructxons 4 Honor R ll 1 Clubs Spo1ts 2 Good Counsel 4 French 3 emefzg fffe fzzrmfexl E. I . , mr: , ,, -f. A -' 1: '1 K z . W , - QA A .:z, .i,,. V ' 1 P ' get A ,ll . J N A ht Wi? A ,sv QE' ' Q I c ll ' Q 7 ' ' 1 9 3 3 Q 7 U ' 3 5 I 1 9 ! Q ! : S : Y 3 U ! 7 Y 3 7 ' ' . ' I I I - . O . , . , Q y 0 5 ' I 7 'Fir - MARY YEAGER JOAN YOUNG Abermuda-clad spectator wbo's Sbyly sincere . . . a welcome sweetly sedate. newcomer. Lilium 4, Patrong Cheerleading 1,25 Clubs: Sports 1,2,3,4g JV 35 Good Counsel 2,4. af fly dates! cffzMefz, Reserved . . . Vestiges of the Class of '57 await the soon-to-be-seniors. "They're beautiful!" exclaims Sister St. Patrick, class moderator, to Phyllis Sorrentino, class vice president, Diane Andriaccio, president, Jacque- line Vito, treasurer, and Barbara Quinn, secre- tary, as they proudly display their class rings. Elizabeth Hylant, Virginia DeFranco, Sandra Felicetta, and Suanne Zirnheld prepare to take their places at the festive table as Senior hostess Carol Spezio carefully serves those already seated at the Junior Christmas party. Jimi 01' i is ,,,'.,ji W! r P3 -355 . K' 4 2 Xp , p X An amazing point catches the interest of the debate panel, Diana Ryan, San- dra Watt and Phyllis DiTondo, dur- ing Junior Good Counsel Club meet- ing. Panelist Jacqueline Vito presents her views during one of the series of dscussions on modern social habits. Elaine Weibel and Barbara O'Donnell, officers, are their attentive audience. I I I I ,l111i0r Ui 12 "' fi-, fi-Hilda-, 'iz-QL A N W? Kathleen Fox and Arline Rudowslti register delight and satis- faction as they view the almost finished results: favors for the Junior Christmas party. Barbara Quinn in rear, paints a face on a paper angel. It's an about-face for Junior Camera Club members as they are photographed in front of their press room display by Mary Ann DiPasquale. Being snapped are Marie Verso, President Suanne Zirnheld, Judith Nykiel, Treasurer Nancy Eberle, Margaret White, and Pauline Nowak. N s at Cs 'A Operation: Junior Christmas play. Judy Gilroy, Margaret Flower, Jacqueline Vigo, Joan Kluge, Kathleen Fox, and Donna Zarcone offer advice as Senior Judith Deahna puts the finshing touches on the beard of St. Joseph, portrayed by Elaine Pedini. First Row: Pauline Nowak, Philomena Illos, Phyllis DiTondo, Carmela Pierro, Mary Agnes McNulty, Barbara O'Donnell, Sylvia Gillan, Joan Kluge, Carol Kaiser, and Margaret Mary White. Second Row: Nancy jo Provina, Joyce Richliano, Amelia Abraham, Georgiana LaManto, Kathleen Andrews, Joan Laughlin, Patricia Madigan, Ann Hang, Joan Zirnheld, and Elaine Burr. Third Row: Gail Flanegan, Carol Chestrock, Sandra Cascio, Virginia Polito, Dolores Bonadonnn, Marilyn Begin, Nancy Miller, Eleanor Backes, Margaret Mary Vitko, and Nancy Eberle. fig' ixlafewbfz zzz' ffie iam af my hail Hman. Juni 01's First Row: Maryfrances Bumbalo, Patricia Schnapp, Carol Maiorana, Judith Villa, Patricia Fleming, Jeanette Brunetto, Shirley Russillo, Patricia Marconi, Melinda Marasco, and Theresia Dinino. Second Row: Rosemary Czachorowski, Carol Byledbal, Beverly Walek, Patricia Marin- accio, Lorraine Firlik, Elaine Affrunti, Marilyn Simon, Carol Maciejewski, Adrianne Lorenzo, Theresa Krytus, Paula Daroshefski, and Brenda Stafford. Third Raw: Renata Gandl, Kathleen Benz, Barbara Sherrer, Patricia Bernbeck, Geraldine Lipinski, Mary K. Woods, Katherine Widzinski, Colette Schlagter, Judith Justingcr, and Mary Cipolla. my zfekzfeff Lgdlklf fee ahh' me as iffy cfiffzf ,rf s XG! l , x Q lj ' MW Q 3 qi' -AQ , A ,, 5. Q.. ,, Y gf H-T W M "'i"' QJ QQ' i 7 5 j ' f iff f l ' H . w o J Q Q 0 f 1 . n 4 ' :Z W' '-if :Lv gg A W gf if w 'f rig' if ' v 1 . fe A, M ' ' V , VV 9 . W 'V W W U 6 'Q ' 0 U Q O if 5' XX' Lf' 49 'W VA! E Q A ,! A, vm ,HA ,gp , ' ' I 44.21"-M", . . , A " M 0,0fIOIlI0l'6'N Standing at the archway to fashion on the evening of their Valentine party are Sophomores Carol Hilligas, Sandra Kovach, Judith Lavin, class vice-presi- dent and fashion commentator, and Sharon Hagen, Marjorie Eberle, and Diane Hoke. The expression on the face of class president Carolyn Saviola, reflects the gay spirit of the annual party. Sister Mary Anne, class moderator, watches as Carolyn and Barbara MacVittie compare game scores. Lunchtime parties brighten birthdays and all special occasions in the cafe- teria. This time it's "Happy witches and goblins!" for Sophomores, Mary Lou Selva, Carol Civello, Carol Ann Vendetti, and Katherine Widzinski for the occasion is Hallowe'en. si nursm, ' f tbl", " 4 Wim xr' " Pizza, served by Mary Kay Woods, adds new spice to the menu of the Sophomore Valentine party. As Mary Jane Wall, Marilyn Simon, Patricia Walsh and Renata Gandl await their serving, Barbara MacVittie, class treasurer, checks the results of Joan Palmer's game. xlesmzfe me iam acmszbfzs cf sm, w R 1 12 3 u L ' '4 .ig-Z: 724 A reversal in feminine vanity! Roberta Schmelzer willingly submits to the aging process brought on by the deft fingers of Donna Mc- Mann, president of the Sophomore Dramatic Club. Maryfrances Bumbalo assists with a manicure. afkwz pw me rm fzflahf iw Amy Johnson and Marcia Kubiak, class secretary, make a clean sweep of the cafeteria after the Sophomore Valen- tine party, as Judith Justinger supervises. I I a ZKZI5' M Xie germ! 4,gd6Wd77lZ7lf Sueuessful class meetings are a result of the efficient plan- ning done in Room 102 by the Freshman officers Margaret Lurran, sccretaryg Loretta Clarlvone, prcsidentg Marianne Ballato, treasurer, and Margaret Minich, vice-president. mafzz raw! . . . iw It is Freshman Parents' Day that provides the opportunity for Mary jo Dobmeier to introduce her family to members of the fac- ulty and provide little sister with a glimpse of what school will mean for her a few years hence. -iw - .4 1 .Z Uh., , w B A P3 ff' 1,1 Moderator Sister Margaret joseph watches as the Freshman class led by president Loretta Carbonc and Marianne Ballato, treasurer, de- scend from the Sisters' Chapel following their enrollment in the Miraculous Medal. I' sy Q qv First Row: Linda Everson, Vera Fanara, Carol Funk, Teresa Curto, Mary Lou Christiano, Judith Frankson, Mary Esford, and Mary Ann Gaglione. Seronrf Rout Josephine DiMarco, Judith Ciresi, Frances Dus, Elizabeth English, Leona Finnerty, Sharon Fiebelkorn, and Maureen Dunbar. Third Row: Judith Dudzik, Kathleen Conboy, Mary Ellen Crehan, Judith Gabriel, Mary Ellen Cosentino, and Kathleen Eron. Fourth Ron.: Sharon Flanegan, Carmela Gaeta, Irene Geerts, Mary Jo Dobmeier, and Barbara Diebold. Fifth ROILY Margaret Mary Curran, Karen D'Arcy, and Carolyn D'Arcy. Freshmen N N Freshmen fii A ' , f -AMT' fx: .1- . I "'- "' , 111. -1' ,xv First Row: Noreen Zaccagnino, Mary White, Rosalie Vicario, Cecilia Short, Concetta Volpe, Diane Stutz, Judith Soock, and Rosemarie Terranova. Second Row: Susan West, Judith Terrose, Barbara VanNatten, Margaret Ann Wickens, Patricia XVright, Christine Winiecki, and Catherine Woodrich. Third Rout Patricia Thornton, Christine Thompson, Rosemary Zdzieblo, Susan Wiedemer, Susan Stempkowski, and Elenore Uhl. Fourth Row: Marie Sweeney, Isabelle Vizzi, Barbara Vester, Elaine Sokol, and Susan Szaras. Fifth Row: Sharon Wilcox, Catherine Stafford, and Elizabeth Sommer. fe 1111714 me zkz fm, fe wif! me lil fkafi 2064 ,ia -sf Freivlllrzen 43, First Rau: Patricia Modica, Linda Mertel, Kathleen Meegan, Rebecca MacLean, Loretta Niezgoda, Kathleen McManigle, Mary Alice McNamara, and Judith McCarthy. Second Row: Margaret Mogavero, Catlferine Morano, Dianne Nasilowsl-ti, Patricia Michalski, Grace Marie Mancuso, Margaret Minich, and Margaret O'Ncil. Third Rout Barbara Navagh, Mary Ann MacKay, Marilyn Morgat, Joyce Nowaczylc, Barbara Michalowski, and Kathleen Maurin. Fourth Row: Donna Nowaltowski, Diane Nadratowski, Mary Fuer, and Kathleen McClure. Fifth Roux: Patricia Marini, Rose Marie Niro, Diane Norwalk, and Nancy Eberz. S-il! . - K . Y, .. . . ,,, - My ' - -fi., . First Row: Donna Rich, Mary Riederer, Josephine Petrillo, Carolyn Onetto, Maria Rego, Bonita Sekelsky, Rosemary Palame, and Carol Schlenker. Second Row: Carole Peffer, Susan Pawlowski, Maura Seitz, Mary Rcecll, Sandra Piazza, Rosemary Palmer, and Patricia Orrange. Third Row: Mary Sacco, Virginia Polimeni, Kathleen Schubert, Kathleen Reynolds, Barbara Schnellinger, Francine Pinnataro, and Marilyn Savarino. Fourth Row: Judith Schulz, Sandra Schultz, Janice Scime, Dianne O,Shaughncssy, and Mary Quirk. Fifth Row: Susan Bochniak, Elaine Ross, and joan Schick. afzrfaffazh ,lvl me zz avaf1aMf2mQmef1f Freshmen introduce themselves through a parody. Notable in the foreground are Judith McCarthy, George Wash- ington, Kathleen Maurin, Cherry Tree, and Grace Mancuso, Pocahontas. Baby Bunting, Mary Burg, is up a little late at the Freshman Hal lowe'en party but only with the permission of Mother Goose, Lois Bernbeck, who is introducing her rhymes Freshmen "Granny," Judith McCarthy, and "children," Mary McNamara and Sharon Hartnett, pause in their re. counting of Irish lore to watch a dance. l "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," sung by the D'Arcy twins, Karen and Carolyn, sets the mood for Carol Schlen- ker's lively Irish Jig at the Freshman program in honor of St. Patrick. Kathleen Maurin presents a profile of St. Patrick to fellow classmates at the class meeting in March. Jam mfs, my mwah! Lgfzvzbufl. JUSEPH, YUUII TEACHER ,fuflfiexzs fry? hvekimeni 'W Q! 'Q J F 'f' guucllk glillt n Elk IB f 17' 34 l,.f 64 In Rgligiun Ill Sxndrl Grille lungs her m1p of Palestine 15 An!-,llinn Snurello 'und Nhry Agnes McNulty check 'Nth Nlngy Provinos book Thev vitalizc their study of Cl'1rnSI bv fxmilnrity with the Holy Land A szep toward the mastery of American History is the study of current magazines and newspapers. Conccntrating on the material in their Amvrinin Obscrxcrs are Diana Ryan, Elaine Pedini, Joanne Bradley, Gail Morgan, and Carol Kaiser, all Juniors. ffse Mice af Xie aa af ga The renown of your faith has been mounting for twenty centuries. Your history classes show that the mustard seed which has spread to you was planted in the ancient Eastg your religion classes till the fertile soil in which that seed grows and ripens. You trace generations of great kings who ruled mighty empiresg in the line of David you find Joseph, and establish the beginning of Catholicism in little Bethlehem, whose Star still shines today when the greatest of empires have fallen! The commandments, given on the biblical Mount Sinai so long ago, are studied in Religion II classes to aid you in living as a modern Catholic. Your place in this life is brought into focus in the vocational guidance of the Religion IV course. Economic NVorld is the first of the history classes which show you the economic, social and governmental problems to be encountered in the world, and their Christian solutions. Through all your courses, you are prepared to face life religiously and realistically. IM 1010 The Bible, a major Bible Week display. and Susan Mingoia Margaret Metz, and Bible with an 1874 Freshman study, is enlivened through the Mary Noe watches as Barbara Szydlowski evaluate illustrationsg Ann Leary, Mary Patricia Lowe compare a one-inch modern edition. Ill JI!! Sophomores Carol Smith, Nancy Arcadi- pane, Patricia Ansteth and Mary Ann Rapp find that Life supplements their World His- tory textbooks in the study of Renaissance 3l'C. fi. '1- Anne Des Jardins points out a well-known quotation from Bartlettls anthology to Ros- alie Zanghi, while other Sophomores Elaine Affrunti and Joanne Sciascia explore inde- pendently other reference books in the library. Notes, cards, workbooks, and reference book - these are materials utilized by English IV. students Jacqueline O'Shea and Mary Catherine Langan as they prepare bibliographies for their term papers. Surprise packages reward champion extra- curricular readers in the Freshman English classes. Mary Esford distributes prizes to Florence Halleck, lrene Geerts, Mary jo Dobmeier, Kathleen Eton, Nancy Esford, and Patricia Michalski, who smilingly un- derscores achievements. Sister St. Patrick launches the Junior excursion into essay writ- ing, prior to the Book Week and Americanism Essay contests. Anx- ious to produce outstanding manu- scripts are Louise Tracy, Barbara Hojnowslti, Margaret O'Donnell, Judith Georger, and Margaret Flower. 1 o '13 4 avr n ,rug I Q . L, ,M 5 Q uf a QZIIQZQJAQZIQS' Mx! wands' Using the right word in speaking and writing is as important to you as using the right carpentry tool was to St. Joseph. Facility in your mother tongue will be a necessity throughout your lives for your ideas are communicated to others with only as much effectiveness as your fluency allows. Through long years of practice, joseph became an expert with his carpenter's tools. Learning to .PK use the tools of English, you study speech during the first and last years and develop your pro- ficiency in grammar and composition throughout all four years. ln journalism courses, you perfect your writing skill so that it can work for you. Thus English becomes a tool for communicating more perfectly with people in the business, edu- cational, and social world. Margaret Lane isn't too anxious to shake hands with Mary Mount St. Joseph, the school's skeleton in the closet. "She doesn't bite," says Lucille Gervase as she tries to encourage 3 friendly handshake. Scientists must work in search of the knowledge and truth that is necessary for the welfare of man- kind. You first glimpse the truths of science and mathematics in General Science and Elementary Algebra. ln Health classes, you learn the principles of personal and community well-being. As patience was the powerful lever that raised joseph to the summit of perfection, so must you execute every endeavor in these Helds with the patience and pre- cision that leads to rhe perfection of knowledge. Thus you take a step forward in the service of God and man. Actual demonstration clears up any optical illusion for Geometry students as Sophomores Christine Marcinkiewicz, Valerie Thielman, and Barbara Sherrer illustrate alternate interior angles and congruent triangles. afzffffzuqlf 1211194 A study in fascination: with the Concen- tration of a chemist, Senior Ruth Schu- macher tests her precision in measuring a salt solution. Three ways to illustrate a problem in In- termediate Algebra are demonstrated by Barbara Quinn, Juniorg jane Mary Burke, Seniorg Margaret Mary Vitko, Junior, and Monica Wolski, Senior. Profiting from their explanation are Juniors Diane Czarnocki, Dorothy Buchanan, Marie Verso, Kathleen Fox, and Seniors Carol Spezio and Mary Yeager. .npr wwf x.X:t 1'-' If "F 'iid fl "A dear little deerl' dropped in on juniors Eliz- abeth Tripi, Elaine Pedini and Brenda Storck, Senior Madelyn Neary, and Junior Roseanne Cassetta when the pinata was broken at the Spanish Club Christmas party. Seasonal festivi- ties brighten the studies of language students and also acquaint them with the customs of the countries they have chosen to study. "All roads lead to Rome," says junior Rosemary Maishak, center, pointing out the Sacra Via, an ancient Roman highway, to JoAnn Vickers and Mary Jean Ludaescher. Latin III classes study historical scenes in the life of Cicero, um? as ffifiaugfi kfzguaqe 10175 A7993 fwffiefls You alone do not live in the shadow of .Iosephg he is the Patron of the Universal Church and of people speaking every known tongue. The great teacher listens with particular care as the many languages of the world blend and increase the possibility of inter- national accord. You study Latin for two years and an additional one or two years if desiredg the popular French and Spanish can be a part of your cur- riculum for two, or as a sequence, three years. Through your familiar- ity with these languages, you are united with peoples on six con- tinents. Your knowledge leads to universal understanding, the prime essential of world peace. "Alpha, beta, gamma-it's Greek to me!" exclaim Seniors Genevieve Arcara and Marie Petrillo as they dabble in the Greek alphabet during a Latin IV class. -M,,.. The French flag and urban scenes lend that Parisian feeling as Sister Ruth leads French III students, Seniors Maria Rettig, Barbara Saw- dye, Claire Johnson, Denise Veiders, Gloria Raimond, Mary Catherine Langan, and Virginia Klier, in the French National Anthem. ZAMIQIQ am ffe fb ffie uw zz' If St. Joseph were living in the world today, he would probably be a saint in a gray flannel suit. Pope Pius XII has proclaimed him Patron of the XVorlier. You will soon be the workers of the business world. As joseph was always equal to any assignment or emergency, so must you be. Doing conscientiously what is expected of you now will prepare you for responsible positions in the near future. Aiming for accuracy and efliciency will bring the satisfactory results expected in the business world, where all your work must be 100 per cent. In your drive for perfection you look to Joseph, the Worker. W'ith him as your model, you will represent the Mount as a good Catholic secretary. .., . Seniors, free from classwork for a day, enact a realistic office scene. Joanna Marini receives a finished disc and Final instructions for its transcription from Ann Murray, seated at the dictating machine on which it was recorded. The filing of important papers occupies Mary Lou Carberry while Doris Smith gives Annette Trippe a letter to be posted in the next mail. Patricia Hoffman totals the weck's wages on the adding machine as Joan Vickerd records a telephone message. f-5 A new twist for a jukebox disc? Senior Patricia Feidner seems to enjoy taking dictation from records. To better her present speed of 120 words per minute, she allows fl stopwatch to tick away in close proximity. Senior business students Joan Young, Margaret Smith, Patricia Sciandra, Mary Kathryn Abra- ham, Carol Elefeld, and Marie Radl practice the operations of Adding Listing Machines, l0-key and full keyboard, and the Rotary Calculator, as Carol Bonadio checks accuracy. Neat books and handwriting are the essentials of a good bookkeeper. Knowing that mistaking a debit for a credit will result in an incorrect trial balance, Seniors Serena Elardo, Elizabeth Friedrich, Nancy Hazen, Ann Liberto, Barbara Wernicki, and Marlene Mecca assure Sister Mary Patrick that they will "double-check" records and lc-dgers. 29' Concentration guides Senior Josephine Barone's charcoal pencil as she huddles over her drawing board, her feet twisted pretzel-like around the chair rungs. An Art II student, she is exploring sketching techniques. fzmzkkf .125 euffmes Your refinement of taste develops and your un- derstanding of art grows as you look to a Carpenter who used his talents ingeniously to fill human needs. You develop a sensitivity and real delight for the beautiful as you acquire the ability to judge the merit and value of good art. ln studying -dress styling or attempting to evaluate the worth in the message of a modern panting, you stimulate your own creative imagination. As you apply lines, forms, colors and textures to express an idea in two dimensions, you give life to art, and beauty to life. With their fashion studies now safely on the board, General Art students turn to a new project. Senior Eileen Doran pauses in her sketching, while Diana Ryan, junior, and Senior Vir- ginia Cardarelli evaluate Dianals charcoal depiction of human features. 5 "' ,, ' Cy. 'obit f iff L' ' jr in 6. nm 1' My of vm . p 14' nf 0+ 5' 'wp ' Pfffff Q I , N I I, ti! o 1 A ' A X X its ' All W. E J 'F - iq' :gi 5 , Q 2 . 5 1 Af' Q , Z 4,55 UV: P-fd. ' xsf. Q QQ 'Q 031' .I 0--XS '5"9 . Sql . -ye. sq wvlwl-1: kb! S E ' I I! ' an 2 itll! m "Hs ,, ww 4 11. n-:,, ,YY f uf' 1 I ,442 L- F' 35, QQ -f .951 L I',dIH1,'V' wif 2195 Q 2. . it . gl ,xg ff 'Q - -r ff if fig Q ilk, 5 Am, lv' ' 4' N- NX My at EE My AX'-M, ...vin , The thoughtfulness of Lenoir Reimondo, Senior, is repre- sentative of the seriousness with which upperclassmen make their three day retreat. Realizing that for many it is a final one, they use this time to seek spiritual guidance for their future vocations and for the problems they are meeting in the world today. Aloneness is not loneliness. The silence of Retreat gives God a chance to speak, dis- covers Freshman Linda Everson as she reaches for her beanie preparatory to a trip to the chapel. Barbara Van Natten ponders over the Bible. For a few days, you lay aside your chores and are refreshed. A retreat is a spiritual withdrawal from the buzzing complexities of the world. It is a holy, happy time because you are silent and give God a chance to speak. Your retreat days are Filled with meditative hours and beautiful memories. Each morning you go to God through Mass and Holy Communion. Your closeness to Christ grows during the sta- tions and the daily rosary. The words of the retreatmaster leave much room for reflective thinking, the most important aspect of a worth- while retreat. You become good friends with joseph during these days. Like you, joseph worked consistently as the world demands, but in the company of Jesus and Mary, he always had time for fruitful spiritual rest. The time you take for retreat must be fruitful. You think of the quiet carpenter who guided the Child Jesus through His youth, and you suddenly know that you need him, too. You ask that St. Joseph's hand will remain, strong and directive, on your youthful shoulders. Now, refreshed, rejuvenated and resolved to stay that way, go back into the world! Freshmen Rosemarie Terranova, Paula Alaimo, Marianne Ballato, and Rosemary Palame find prayer and spiritual reading nourishing for the growth of young souls. They are in the alumnae room awaiting the arrival of their Retreatmaster, the Rev. John L. O'Toole, O.M.l. Girls profit from free time between con- ferences by getting acquainted with their favorite saints. Learning their virtues and courage is the Hrst step toward imitating them. Reading near the statue of the Sacred Heart are Freshman Margaret Anne Wick- ens, and Sophomores Patricia Bernbeck, Valerie Thielman, and Sharon Sokero. yfflaugi MQW!! amz' 1465656 J ? Q -f 5 A Y I Q x E X .2 1 Y I If . 'aff' f I 1' 4 if X K I x I Q Q 4 K 5 V 5 .,-A S 'ff ' ,fa X 5 P sex " Celebrating Easter with a dance in Hotel Statler's Terrace Room, wwwi i ' girls enjoy a multiplication dance with one another's escorts under K J -va, i Mary's watchful eye. Carolyn Tracy, vice-prefect, was chosen by Wi' "MM fellow Sodalists as Queen of the April 25 event. .Ke Xt Y' zzfzlsiecvkzfrhibfmbfz, You, the Sodalist, express daily your desire to imitate Mary and her Divine Son. who can strengthen this ideal better than joseph, who lived with jesus and Mary in the closeness of family life and is second only to Mary in dignity and holiness? Because he is secondary patron of the Sodality, you seek his kind assistance, fully conscious of his unlimited powers. Touched by -loseph's paternal hand, you apply yourself eagerly to self-sanctification, and to the growth and perfec- tion of your neighbor. Your npostolate is expressed in the fervent prayer of the Eucharistic Guard of Honor, in the persistent spreading of modesty ideals and in the unselfish assistance of polio victims. Through your Sodality vocation you have been singled out by Jesus to make an entire gift of yourself to Him and His Mother. If you wish to love them to the fullest, "Go to Joseph." KS ,, . ,K , ,g 1, ,gi wx 1 f 5 ' f ' . 1 L Q: J 41 ..,..,,.,,e,iL . V "Merry Christmas!" exclaims sparkling Socialist, Virginia Klier, Senior, to treasurer Nancy Eberle, junior, as vice-prefect Carolyn Tracy, Senior, leads her from a frilly Christmas surprise package. The modesty fashion show was a major pre-Christmas Sodality event. i Sister Margaret Ann, Sodality Moderator, gives a few suggestions for the next meeting to prefect Maria Rettig, Senior, while record- ing secretary Margaret Mary Vitko, Junior, and Sophomore Janet Marriott, corresponding secretary, are busily opening some important mail. Senior Rose Ann Schimenti counts change for Maureen Cheeley, as she waits for Kathleen Bcmb, Donna Nowa- kowski and Carmen Carbone, Freshmen, to make their selections at the Mardi Gras bake sale. R54 'Wm N65 Y?"-"r YI' ane Mary Burke Barbara Burr Elxzabeth Dewey av- FAN C 1-.. 'H Ns.-nf Joan Fmald, Ehzabeth Fnednch Lx V A ui Qi wh! Patrncna Fendner Patrxcm Hoffman Clalre Johnson CSS E' cm' ,fig .v 0 Ann Mntchell Lenoir Relmondo Arleen Pmcer fx? gf C' C mm-ag, 53' sh. Carol Spczio Carolyn Tracy Judxth Wagner Fliardv el' Nvhalarshzp Leadermgu ty , 'R 5 1 I fix. X y ' f A ' if y '55 Nm. H' I a O '- ' f ' aqua' . 4. ff "' K4 Egg L new -.LL ATWQEV 4 4 ' a qc- M 3 'AA' : Q. Qi' a 7' ky V y J, Q x 'a'a Q, V aa y y M J-Vwkrjfvq . . . . . ,W V 5. ga - V y ,Q in x Q5 af y AQ' , , . I O I . I Q Q Q f the path of tht just, as a shnmng hght goeth forward and mereaseth exen to ptrftct as rox Bw your lI1LlLlC,IlOI1 mto the Ylllijllll Honor Sonnets sou haxe rtetntd 1 Slgflll honor, but sour dutnes to others nntrease ln proportxon to what xou hate retened You must be dependable sou muSt be 1 person of great honor Cyrtcxousnus must be 1 m1rk of your Character You hue mamtamed an 88 per Lent axeragf. IH Sthollrshnp Lxlte ostph you know the xalue do your best an vshatuer you undertake Set the example for otherS, xou 1re vcpectttl to bt a shmmg hght The capabnlntnts of Ielder shlp hate been gn en vou novs lead others You h xe shoxxn Struce by sour zealous p1rt1t1p1t1on xn school actnutles A oseph dexoted l'llI'I1St.lf to tht seruce of Chrnst and Nilry you must nmntlte htm m your struee to others Your duty IS made elear Go form 1rd novs that you and others mlv mtrust exon to perfect thy QM! 52507776 db' d Siglfllfly d QP '. 4:18.j ' ' ' ' " I t . ' L of hard labor and you must likewise strive to ' N SJ 9 Jkwiw 0 o o ' 5 f' Bedecked in campaign regalia, Carol Maiorana, Sophomore, registers with Senior Rosemary Donnelly, to insure her vote in the election of representatives. Several days of student cam- paigning preceded the election in the early fall. fr? I.. JM fa Way over the top! Reverend Mother Hubert accepts the building fund check for 8,000 from Council President Eileen Doran and Vice-president Judith Deahna, three weeks after the drive was launched. Joseph was Uelectedu by God to be the head of the Holy Family and by his hands and his skill, he produced all that was necessary for those dependent on him. Your Student Council has. in three years, be- come the respected head of the student body. You elected its members, delegating them, as your leaders, to be your voice and your hands. Invested with this position, Council members accept the responsibility to work for every stu- dent. To make your school Z1 better place and "Pm afraid!" says the Cowardly Lion, Sophomore Joann Deahna, to Seniors Rita Riley, the Tin Mang Madeline Shay, the Scarecrowg and Junior Rita Clark, Dorothy, at the onset of the Building Fund Drive. The rally, held in February, parodied The Wizard of Oz. Men! affirm Sophomore Maryfrances Bumbalo adjusts an angel's wing as Sharon Irwin, also a Sophomore, sets up a tree at the Christmas wayside shrine. Besides erecting this sec- ond-floor display, Student Council members adorned the marble stairs with wreaths and decorated the cafeteria. you, its students, better people, the Council un- dertakes various projects. This year willing labor has skyrocketed the Building Ifund, organized a sports program, sponsored the Carnival and various social events. As Joseph labored for the good of his family, so, too, does the Council work for the benefit of the student body. In its efforts to preserve what is good and lead toward what is better, the Council hovers close within the shadow of the Holy Family's Protector. ' X Thanksgiving Eve. Exuberant Seniors Madelyn Neary, Eileen Doran, Mary Yeager, Madeline Shay, Rita Riley and their escorts greet three of Fred die Reeb's saxplayers at the Fall Fantasy." This first Student Coun cil dance of the year was held 159' Xie wwffefz wal Associate editor Madelyn Neary types to beat the deadline as editor-in-chief Charlotte Cook, Senior, and associate Margaret Mary Vitko, Junior, put finishing touches on material that will soon appear in the paper. Good stories are the fruits of constant Search for new ideas. Alert for helps that will improve their copy, Rosemary Enright, junior, Arleen Pincer, Senior, and Janet jewsbury and Mary McMahon, juniors, leaf through advisory journalistic magazines nfs in the press room. ,Mfg X 1 I V1 -1, xi Mv"me L! . X? A XX l 2 Enthusiasm mounts as Counselor staff members note how successfully other school papers function. Marie Verso, junior, is eager to show Sandra Felicetta, Junior, and Lenoir Reimondo, Senior, what she has found, while Judith Deahna, Senior, points out an article to Mary Deitz and Elizabeth Crouse, Juniors. Seniors Rose Ann Schimenti and Carolyn Tracy enjoy a joke of their own while they classify current editions of school newspapers for future reference in the press room file rack. Patricia Hoffman, chief typist for The Counselor, helps pre- pare manuscript for the printer during after school hours in the press room. H1 'W Kim 'Sd .-. The purpose of every publication is the presentation of truths beneficial for the readers. As members of Tlx' filllHI.Yt'1UV' staff, you know that the ultimate perfection of truth is Christ, therefore, you should go to Joseph, the protector of Christ, the Ciuardian of Truth. Your endeavors must also include imaginative ways of presenting Stories and editorials. XX'hen the arrange- ment of each issue is attractive and complete you have succeeded in reaching your journalistic aim-to present to Catholic students ideals that can malte them better Catholic young women. Senior Barbara Musilli receives smiling approval of her copy from Joanna Marini, Senior, who is also on the Lilium typing staff. "Joseph's true greatness lay in his hidden life"g the production of a good yearbook lies in the hidden efforts you have woven into its every page. Tlx' 1957 Lilium was born when you solicited the twelve hundred patrons sought by the patron staff for its publication. Your eflicient fingers skimmed over the keys, typists, and the yearbook grew. You, the editorial staff, contributed untold hours to the materializing of art, photography, and copy. How closely your lives have been touching J0seph's! As the publication date loomed nearer, you found an abundance of work but shouldered it willingly. As countless details arose, you quietly mastered them. Look what your hidden life resulted in-fbi' 1957 Lilinm! Excitement, awe, consternation, and surprise are registered on the faces of staff members, Carol Spezio, Rosemary Minich, Mary Patricia uill Mary Teresa Collins, Virginia Klier, and Mary Lou Carberry, Seniors, as they examine the pictures for the yearbook S' 3 sv A last word of advice, and a qu sportsmanship. emamzfezf 121 fkzskbe, shvldsmanxffgl Svlaool Bishop McMahon Bishop McMahon Villa Maria Mt. St. Mary's Nardin Academy Card. Mindszenty Bishop Colton Sacred Heart Academy Card. Mindszenty VARSITY SCHEDULE Dale We 50 36 26 29 48 39 41 40 42 39 Nov. 27 Jan. 8 jan. 15 Feb. 4 Feb. 19 St. Mary's for Deaf Feb. 28 Mar. 3 Mar. S 20 Mar. 24 Mar. They 33 37 21 21 46 41 27 12 49 31 High Scorer Pls. 32 27 22 19 36 22 18 14 23 19 Eileen Doran Eileen Doran Doran Doran Doran Eileen Eileen Eileen Doran Doran Betty Blersch Eileen Doran Eileen Eileen Eileen Doran Tensed, Senior Eileen Doran completes one of the hook shots that has ex- tended her fame to rival schools. Her precision in handling the ball has made Eileen high-scorer in nearly every Varsity game this year. Svbool Bishop McMahon Bishop McMahon Villa Maria Mt. St. Mary's Nardin Academy St. Mary's for Deaf Card. Mindszenty Bishop Colton Sacred Heart Academy Card. Mindszenty ick prayer to JV SCHEDULE Dale We 33 32 15 14 35 28 20 24 13 25 Nov. 27 Jan. 8 1 5 Feb. 4 Feb. Feb. Jan. 19 28 Mar. 3 Mar. 5 20 24 Mar. Mar. They 12 10 14 16 16 10 17 14 11 18 High Sforcr Pts. Mary Ann Rosar 9 Karen Keller 7 Sandra Felicetta 6 Elaine Slomowicz 4 Sandra Felicetta 10 Virginia Bluff 9 Virginia Bluff 7 Virginia Bluff 8 Joyce Adams 4 Sandra Felicetta 8 St. Joseph sends you into action, a harmonious team. Joseph naturally becomes an integral part of your hours of fun and conscientious practice, for to him has been given the power to aid in all necessities. Since he so righteously exemplifies justice, he sets the perfect example for your good Your patron has imbued in you his principle of justice and you have carried this standard into your sports life. Joseph's justice motivates you to respect authority and accept its judgments. Thus, yours is the victory-whether you win or lose. .aim "Go Team Go!" Cheerleaders Elaine Feldman and Theresa Krytus, Sopho- mores, and Senior Mitzi Shay are up in the air about the promising score. A take-off on Sergeant Bilko? No, just Nancy Corrigan snapping to attention as Ginny Klier and Joan Zirnheld guard Nnrdin forwards in a close game. Bright and buoyant, Senior Varsity members are always ready for an efficient performance. They include: Elizabeth Blersch, Sophomore, Joan Zirnheld, junior, Seniors Nancy Corrigan and Suzanne Palmeri, seatedg Rosemary Reina, Rosemary Donnelly, Alice Corda and Eileen Doran, co-captains, Paula Lincoln and Virginia Klier, all Seniors, kneeling. Absent are Elaine Weibel,Junior, and Carol Lascola, Sophomore. afzzffifwmafzzbus kdfflllfdfli Mary Ann Rosar, Sophomore, practices her set shot, hoping that it will add two points the next time the JV is in difficulty. Eager to keep trim, Sophomores Arlene Shea, Christine Marcinkiewicz, Marcia Kubiak, Valerie Thielman, Mary Lou McNamara, and Carol Smith persevere in the exercises directed by Mrs. Wanda Tutaj, physical education instructor. , -if fr' i' 158 W- Accompanying vigor-packed gym classes, bowling, skating and horseback riding sponsored by the Stu- dent Council add to fun-filled afternoons as they Ht the needs of versatile Mount girls. The Senior Varsity basketball team conceded de- feat at only three close games this year, which they checked off with n total of eleven wins. Two action- packed games of the season were decided by one basket: the triumph over Nnrdin Academy and the defeat at the hands of Saint Mary's School for the Deaf. The faces of spectators in the background reveal anxiety as forward Ginny Bluff struggles to keep the ball from an alert guard during the Mount- Nardin game. AW iv f? x N uf -fu MTN Lightheartedness linked with capability keynotes the readiness of junior Varsity players. Seated: Elaine Slomowicz, Patricia Bernbeck, and Maryfrances Bum- balo, Sophomoresg kneeling: Amy Johnson, Rosemary Wager, Patricia Walsh, Virginia Blulf, Joanne Sciascia, The Junior Varsity, following the Varsity's lead, also achieved an outstanding record, bringing their scnson to Ll jubilant close with thirteen wins and only one defeat. In the hope of "making" the JV next year, Freshmen Patricia Michalski, Linda Mertel, Virginia Polimeni, Kathleen Reynolds, Carolyn Onetto and Maria Rego prac- tice push shots and lay-ups during Friday afternoon Sports Club sessions. -J? and Marcia Maciejewski, Sophomoresg standing: co- captain Ann Weigel, Junior, Mary Ann Rosar, Carol Norwalk, Karen Keller, Sophomores, Sandra Felicetta, Junior. Absent is co-captain Joyce Adams, Sophomore. lie sang zkz Wm ffmflfs, Patriotism swells in the hearts of members Lucille Gervase, Juniorg Sopho- mores Sharon Hagen and Claudette Fasanellog Mary Ellen Turner, Junior, and Sophomore Carol Ann Vendetti, as they stand beneath the flag. -1 l , "This is my country!" Members of the Choral Club, Sophomores Rosemary Robitaille, Mary Lou McNamara, Seniors Rose Ann Schimenti and Arleen Pincer sing as Mary McMahon, Junior, ac- companies. f fi PF: .,, x fi Traveling through the looking glass, Alice, portrayed by Elizabeth Stock, and her friends, Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum, Mary Kathryn and Amelia Abraham, wander through a living garden of get-up-in-the-morning glories, dizzy daffodils, lazy daisies, and bread-and- butter-flies depicted by the members of the Choral Club. This "Wonderland" came to life at the annual Sodality Variety Show. z "Te Joseph Celebrentf, This is your song to Joseph! lt begins in your hearts and bursts forth from your lipsg your instruments send it flying to the skies. Joseph's patronage descends upon your music-filled hours, rendering clear and exquisite the melodies you lure into being. With your voices and your instruments, you provide the background for the annual Christmas pageant. You offer a special program for music's patroness, St. Cecilia, and this year upheld -the Mount's musical tradition at the May Festival. Class Day preparations would be incomplete if the music hall didn't echo your strains of "Pomp and Circumstancen during the spring months. Your Choral Club's hymns are as much a part of graduation exercises as the traditional sheaf of red roses. Music is one of the world's greatest delights. It will be a comfort when your minds are troubledg and a joy when you are at peace. You are practicing and perfecting it on earth so that it will soar to the greatest heights of heaven's glory. is "Aclele's Laughing Song," "Getting to Know You," and "My Johann," were but a few of the selections with which lyric soprano Jacqueline Murphy entertained the student body at an assembly in january. "This is the silliest song!" says Senior Elizabeth Friedrich to Sophomores Carol Maiorana and Katherine Widzinski, who take over as expert disc jockeys for the Choral Club party in the Reception Room. At the Choral Club Party, President Ann Liberto, Senior, offers Junior Kathleen Fox a sample of some of the refreshments that will soon be served. Awaiting the results of this test are junior Virginia De Franco, Sophomore Diane Hoke, Juniors -Barbara Quinn, Diana Ryan, Patricia Hewett, and Sophomores Mary Ann Rosar and Judy Salli. A 7-f Before their debut at the Christmas program, members of the St. Cecilia Glee Club, all Freshmen, look to each other for vocal support. They include: Sharon Hartnett, Diane Nasi- lowski, Mary McNamara, Diane Stutz, Mary Burg, Judith Soock, Susan Harrington, Christine Thompson, Rosemary Zdzieblo, Kathleen Eron, Rosemarie Abraham, Mary Sacco, Mary Noe, Sandra Piazza, Annette Chiarello, Susan Stempkowski, Diane Norwalk, Ellen Becker, Kathleen Boehm, Carolyn Onetto, Patricia Orrange, Margaret Minich, Marianne Ballato, Kathleen McManigle, Margaret O'NeiI and Judith McCarthy. 6621 afzffmfquzbvk, fn The Violin Ensemble, composed of girls from all four vears, plays at school assemblies and entertains the students throughout the year. Girls include Marianne Paluch, Donna Nowakowski, Kathleen Kohl, Elizabeth Kirchgraber, Elizabeth Stock, Mary Ann DiPasquale, Mary Elizabeth Winkleman, Carol Glndkowski, Rosemary Minich, Mary Ann Rosar, and Carol Schlant. WW zvkfflm' wx? xlesafzafzce. .. f- fv Un On a return vnsnt to the Mount, pnamst Emlllo Osta, of the Musnc Department of Skndmore College, entertaxned the student body wnth has rendnnon of classncal and sem: classxcal musnc Seems to me Ive seen you some place before, remark Florence Halleck to Santa, a fellow Freshman, Kathleen Maurm Santa was the chxef prize and package dns trnbutor at the annual Chrnstmas party m the musnc hall Consulting the St Cecnlna program, Snster ulnana nmparts final Instructions to her stage bound musncnans Mem bers of the Ensemble played a medley of vxolm selectxons Wlrh the consolatnon that the show will soon be over, these vlolmnsts, Susan Harnngton, Freshman, Carol Schlant and Patrncla Walsh Sophomores, and Mary Elxzabeth Wnnkelman, umor, awant thexr turn on the St Cecnlna Day program ll I 37 S l . .. . J . , . . am iiidlfb' WW fe ww 7 -5' "He looks just like a king!" beams Senior Prom Queen Eleanor Douris, being crowned by Suzanne Reardon, as King Donald Errett receives his mark of royalty from Nancy Corrigan. Mr. Walter Johnson, chaperone, claims a dance with his daughter, Claire, as he finds Mrs. Johnson, also a chaperone, and Larkin Falk en- joying Les Erlenbach's music at the Buffalo Trap and Field Club. A girl wants to look perfect for a perfect prom date! Josephine Barone's smile tells Ann Gaiser that's just the way she looks, as Ellen Kelly expertly pins on Ann's corsage. , K r l X, ""--s-.- Knowing she won't remember details of her friends' dresses, Rita Riley solves her problem by taking pictures of Mary Kathryn Abraham and Paula Lincoln, who stopped to chat with Sr. Jean Therese and Rosemary Dowdall. 1411714 fffe memaws' 61 hw: iefzmfufymflsz "My, you look pretty!" exclaims Sister Agnes Clare, moderator, to class his- torian, Judith Deahnn, ns she finds the speakers on the lawn beneath joseph's statue. Rosemary Minich, valedic- toriang jo-Ann Mitchell, also historian, salutatorian, Elizabeth Friedrich, think so too! Q L ,ix . ,, , ... '- - E . 4 . ' 1 lv L!! My . . Klgdy Sffllklf as Xie am! X fkuflzkxf hmmm ldwe Xie fax!! Elena Segade Rosar1o 63 Buenos AIFCS, Argentma SENIOR DIRECTORY Mary Kathryn Abraham 127 Smranac Ave DE 1498 GCHCVIQVE Arcara 720 Prospect Ave, GA 8401 Josephme Barone 49 Crestwood Ave VI 5484 Kathleen Barry 52 York t, EL 7031 Carol Bonad1o 417 Swan St CL 1459 Patrxcn Brmkworth 70 Manhattan St PA 2841 ane Mary Burke 465 Potomac Ave SU 2517 Barb1r1 Burr 16 Mona Dr , Mary Lou Carberry 302 Chapnmn Pkw FR 3580 V1rg1n1a Cardarell1 285 Pxnc R1dge Rd BA S489 Teresa Collms 42 Alabama St MA 0444 Mary Lou Conway 224 Callodme Ave WI 9553 Charlotte Cook 245 Lexmgton Ave GA 1642 Al1ce Corda 40 Frankfort St BA 9394 Nancy Corngan 188 Orange St 4 EL 2833 Judxth Czora 111 Hughes Ave L1 0659 y , Hamburg , Cheektowaga 25 Eggertsvxlle 26 , 2 Ada D1nton1o 528 Fargo Ave GR 9089 jud1th Dcahna 179 Gmpe St LI 6989 Ehzabeth Dewey 48 Woodward Ave UN 5509 Rosem1ry Donnelly 330 Crescent Ave , AT 2122 E1lcen Doran 128 West Oakwood P1 , UN 7744 Eleanor Dourns 64 W1de Ave, 14 AM 3917 Rosemary Dowdall 63 Bla1ne Ave, 8 SU S116 P1tr1c1a Ebcrle 98 Kehr St, 11 BA 5319 Serena Elardo 347 Massachusetts A GR 0852 Carol Elefeld 416 Moselle St , HU 2832 Patr1c1a Fe1dner 245 Saranac Ave VI 7297 Joan F1nald1 180 Hughes Av GR 7131 Ehzabeth Fr1edr1ch 90 Westfield Rd , Eg AM 1605 Carol Fronczak 74 Glor St , DE 8255 Ann Ga1ser 55 Wade Ave AM 0387 Nancy Hazen 62 T1mon St SU 1573 Patr1c1a Hoffman 283 West Ferry St GA 4564 I03 ve , gertsv11Ie 26 Joyce jankowslu 315 L1ston Rd , Kenmore RI 6717 ean Jennmgs 638 Goodyear St, ll BA 5270 Cla1re Johnson 38 Copeland Pl , 7 BE 6506 Ellen Kelly S7 Headly P , GA 0255 El1zabeth K1rchgraber 351 L1sbon Ave, 16 PA 2471 Vxrgxma Kl1er 475 R1ley St , 8 GR 9465 Jud1th Kovach 51 Dav1dson St , 15 UN 815 0 Mary Cather1ne Langan 134 Ramona Ave , 20 FA 2430 Mary Ellen Lascola EL 2437 Ann Lxberto 1036 Parker Blvd , 3 WI 6797 Paula Llncoln 5 Norwalk Av BE 7820 Jean Mar1e Logal 160 Woodward Av WI 4240 Mary Joan Logal 160 Woodward Ave , WI 4240 Joanna Mar1n1 103 Wr1ght Ave , HU 5156 Catherme MCKEHZIC 44 EISS Pl Eggertsvxlle W1 1829 Marlene Mecca 567 Auburn Ave SU 2056 2 ' ., 13 ' . . 4 J U . . ., 4 n . ., 16 ' ., 14 . 13 - . 14 1. 8 ., 16 . 14 ' ' s. 13 ' ., 4 ' - ., 15 - ' J - . ., 13 , , . 13 . 26 PA 5905 720 nh st., 13 . 15 1 . f . 2 . . . . 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U e., 14 ., U D . 14 ' . 2 ' 7 ., 11 -, 14 ' 15 -, ' ., 11 ' -, ' 21 -1 8 .,13 ., 22 Jo Ann Mesx 34 15th St 13 LI 0266 Rosemary Mmnch 97 Mnllncent St UN 9481 Sharon Mmklem 214 Tnmon St, 8 GR 91 5 1 Jo Ann Mntchell 226 Norwood Ave EL 9169 Loretta Molltor 37 Drexel Rd , UN 3740 Ann Murray 1405 Mann St GA 5183 Barbara MUSl1l1 34 Bxrch Pl , BA 2249 Madelyn Neary 206 Summnt Ave AT 2332 Mary O Hara 4 1 1 Northampton GR 8221 jacquelme O Shea 13 5 Stevens Ave HU 7356 Suzanne Palmerx 1 264 Breckenrndge Ave EL 7753 Mane Petnllo 6 Glendale Pl , EL 9869 Dons Pncnulo 369 Rhode Island St LI 7546 Arleen Pmcer 521 Howard St Cl.. 0554 Marnlyn Pollutro 42 Woodward Ave , PA 4242 Noreen Puglxese 54 R1ckert Av FI 3146 Mary Patncna Quxll 23 Hughes Av GA 6174 D SENIOR DIRECTORY Mane A Radl 92 H1lls1de Ave, Cheektowaga 25 AM 6 5 8 6 Glorxa Ranmond 78 West Humboldt Pkwy , AM 9321 Suzanne Reardon 103 Fanrfield St , WI 4879 Ann Rebman 45 Eastwood Pl, GR 3820 Leno1r Renmondo 107 Potter Road, W0 8112 Rosemary Rema 548 R1chmond Av GA 5251 Mana Rettng 54 Park St , GA 3750 Ruta Rnley 224 Rodney Ave , PA 2097 Joyce Runfola. 11 Vermont St, 13 GR 3481 Barbara Sawdye 430 Dearborn St BE 2097 Rose Ann Schnmenu 284 Callodme St Egger WI 4843 Ruth Schumacher 152 Greenfield St 4 AT 1 1 S4 Patncna Scxandra 299 R1chmond Ave L1 7032 Madelme Shay 186 Jewett Pkwy, AM 2851 Dor1s Sm1th 2090 Fxllmore Ave UN 2444 Ioan Smnth 13 Glendale Pl 8 GR 43 2 1 Margaret Smnth 22 Kentucky St, CI. 2464 I04 tsvxlle 26 Carol Spezno 240 Box Ave, TA 7718 Suzanne Stephan 90 Leonard St, AM 1759 Agnes Stme 373 Smxth St, 10 WO 4287 Elnzabeth Stock 341 Hxgh St , 4 EL 4096 Shexla Thornton 14 Robxe, 14 AM 4932 Carolyn Tracy 1595 Sherndan Dr VI 1664 Kenmore Annette Tnppe 725 West Ave, Ll 1956 Den1se Ve1ders 153 Oxford Ave , 9 EL 9027 Patrncxa Ve1ders 153 Oxford Ave, 9 EL 9027 Joan Vnckerd 524 Goodyear Ave, 11 TA 3969 Barbara Wagner 17 Kmgsley St EL 2042 Judxth Wagner 13 1 8 F1llmore Av BA 5 2 5 2 Barbara Wern1ck1 166 Zenner St, FI 8374 Momca Wolsk1 347 Roslyn St BA 4782 Mary Frances Yeager 277 Rodney Ave , I4 PA 4573 joan Young 41 Shoreham Blvd, 16 DE 5580 1 ., ' ' . . 11 ' ' -,15 . 14 . 15 ' ' i ' . 14 ' . ., 22 I 8 , I . 14 20 - ' " 9 ' e., 22 I -1 ' . 15 I 1 - . 13 ' ., 14 1 14 . . l sr. s ' . , ' .,1s 'y 7 ' . 13 . - -1 ' ' ' ., s . s .,1 . .. .. . 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The The The T e T e The The The T e The The The The The The The The Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend HONORARY PATRONS T e T e The The Rxght Reverend The Rnght Reverend The Rnght Reverend The Reverend R1 ght The Rlghc Reverend The Rxght Reverend T e The P1schal L Acquavxa Donald Armbrewster Leo C Benker Robert J Brexdenstem James N Connelly Francxs Engler Leo E Hammerl Clalr L Hodnett Peter Hoffman Francxs Hogan Robert J Hogan Harold E Huber Frank J Knab Chester F Kotklewncz Chflrles T Kraehn Henry V Lex Nelson W Logal Most Reverend Joseph A Burke, D D Most Reverend Leo R Smxth, D D Most Reverend James J Navagh, D D Monsignor Joseph Gamblno Monsignor Francns G'1rvey Monsxgnor Sylvester J Holbel Monsignor Eugene A Loftus Monsignor Joseph McDonald Monsxgnor Albert Rung, P A Very Reverend Monslgnor Albert J Hoffmeyer Very Reverend Monsignor Charles Schreckenberger The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The I05 Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Henry Lmskowskn James H Lucld Wllllam MacDonnell Louls Mnhok O F M Robert E Murphy Joseph F Paa Ceslaus H Polewncz Thomas J Reddy Robert C Schwab Howard J Schwartz John Skrapxts Onofrlo R Smlroldo George W Steuernagel Bertram Trmutmfnn Cyrnl I Trevett Alan Znelmskn h . . . h . 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The Reverend Karl P, Benn The Reverend Norman McLaughlin h . . h u SPECIAL PATRONS Mrs Mamxe Backe Mr and Mrs Russel Lanza Miss Marguerlte Beyer Mnss Helen Blersch Blessed Trlnlty, Mount Freshmen I' I' I' 1' I' I' and Mrs A W Buchanan Juan Case Frank Chxmera and Mrs Charles Chlmera Paul M Colhns and Mrs Robert Cook and Mrs Samuel Costello The Counselm Staff Mr James Desxderno Mr and Mrs Vnto Domxano Mxss Rosemary Dowdall Mr and Mrs Patrxck J Dowdall Freshman Class 104 F rnends 1' and Mrs Edward Llebold Tae Lzlzum Staff r r Mrs r r r r r r r r I' 1' Mr and Mrs Henry S Flower Mr and Mrs Phnhp A Genco Mr and Mrs Albert Gutflexsch Homeroom 401 I' I' Mnss and Mrs Arthur A Hornung and Mrs Francls Jamk Claire Johnson I' I' I' and Mrs Joseph Occhmo Wllham O Connor Vxrglnla Orzechowskx and Mrs Anthony Panascx A T Paollm an Mrs Ernest Paohnl an Mrs Stanley Pmcer an Mrs Bernard Pollutro and Mrs John H Pollutro an Mrs Nicholas Radl an Mrs B Murty Reen an Mrs Joseph J Ricotta an Mrs Wxlham F Rlley an Mrs Frank Rondacclo T J Runfola James School John the Baptlst School Joseph's New Cathedral Matthew's School Samuel Salh and Mrs Samuel Savarlno Albert Schemel I' and Mrs D0l1ald T Kelly r and Mrs Ferdlnand Sepanskl r and Mrs A E Klrchgraber r Edward M Sheehan I' and MFS Al Kovach Slster Marybernard S Sp S 1' and MTS Edward J Kublak Sisters of Charity Hospital r Edward Kurzanskl Qlgterg of St Joseph OLV Hospltal Colonel Edmond R MacV1tt1e and Mrs L J Makarewlcz G H Maksm1k Frank C Moymhan I' 1' and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs N P Mancuso Anthony Manuele Thomas Marrxott Joseph T McMahon Paul Modnca Dante J Morgana and Mrs Joseph Moses St Joseph Alumnae St Toseph School St Joseph Teachers College Co 1 adm 1' I' I' I' I' and Mrs Wxlham Smnth and Mrs Marco Sorrentmo St oseph Student Councxl and Mrs M Tascarella and Mrs C A Tracy Raymond A Venders Richard J Voxgt, Jr and Mrs Charles J Wxck and Mrs Albert I Woeppel Judge Charles T Yeager Mnss Nancy Yeager Mr and Mrs Walter J Yeager Mr and Mrs Andrew Zxeger Dr and Mrs A A Zxrnheld - I . . 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' IO6 SPECIAL A 85 P Super Market 1285 Jefferson Ave Warren B Austm Funeral Home 565 Elmwood Ave , LI 3034 Balley Slnpper Shop 3109 Balley Ave, PA 9695 Barone Realty 839 Niagara Falls Blvd , AM 5353 Barrett Nursmg Home 685 Linwood Ave , GA 9498 C A Batt Constructxon Corp 262 Carlton St , GR 2883 Earl Behrmger Dnamonds 1314 Jefferson Ave , EL 4170 Agnes Benedlct, Chnropractor 93 Durham Ave , HU 2920 Benz O11 Company 1250 Kensmgton Ave , PA 42 Bernbeck Electrxc 799 Genesee St TA 4465 Bermce Beauty Salon 107 Wakefield Ave , UN 2850 Blue Bird Bakery 854 West Ave , LI 0381 Bond Construction Company 156 Wilkes Ave , BA 4158 Brennan's Men s 8c Boys Wear 315 Nxagara St CL 9716 Buffalo Rubber 36 Supply, Inc 526 Nxagara St GA 2425 Calabrese Brothers 182 Breckenrndge St EL 9071 Cambrldge Dellcatessen 457 Cambridge Ave , KE 7815 Cargo Transportatnon, Inc 99 Chncago St , MA 7500 Carl s Beauty Salon Style Halrcuts 287 Parkside Ave , AT 1499 Carl s Corner 500 Leroy Ave , UN 9767 Carus0's Grill 829 Nnagara St , LI 9690 BUSINESS PATRONS Cassy Gilbert Beauty Salon 569 Delaware Ave , LI 8005 Cedars of Lebanon Restaurant 761 Mann St , MO 8447 Ce1l's Food Market 475 Fargo Ave , GR 9766 Charles P Clean 289 Hugh sr LI 1869 Cherry Blossom Grxll 93 Cherry St , WA 9509 Ralph F Clark, D D S 1925 Kensmgton Ave , AM 0550 Connelly Lxquors 2302 Mann St Cosentmo s Food Market 1164 West Ave , LI 8388 Cudeck Brothers Gulf Service Kensington and Eggert Rd AM 9917 Custom Made Cormces Traverse Rods Install Service by Vmcent, GR 7460, LI 2942 Czach s Delncatessen 2035 Fnllmore Ave , PA 2968 Roofing and Sheet Metal, DE 0655 Edward Eberle Pamtmg Contractor 74 Erskine St AM 2969 Ellas Furnnture and Appliance Company 1436 Fnllmore Ave , BA 4920 Ellsworth's Shoes 1332 Jefferson Ave , GA 5757 Wxllxam Estry, D D S 274 Ontarno St , DE 0276 Dart's Jewelers 1276 Jefferson Ave , GR 2747 L J De Carlo and Son 154 Niagara St FA 0110 Del Mor Pharmacy Delaware and Delevan Ave , LI 9944 Dxebold s Hardware 352 Grant St , LI 2370 Don and ack's Texaco SCFVICC 1300 Fillmore Ave , KE 9925 . - - Q . . . , ' . 71 ' -, ., . . . . , - ' Peter W. Eberz and Son . . - ., , , . . . 9, . ., 0 ., ' . l . ., , . 9 ' Y IO7 SPECIAL BUSINESS PATRONS Drescher's Candxes 2184 Fxllmore Ave , UN 9765 Musxc for all occaslons Buddy Fox, Square Dance Caller, SO 1773 Fnlnpowncz Food Shop 1663 Jefferson Ave , GA 9266 Famxly Bakery 619 Hertel Ave , RI 0515 Frank and Teressa s Anchor Bar 1047 Mam sf, FI 9592 Fresh Milk Daxry Bar 1593 Eggert Rd , 959 Englewood Ave Frey Electrlc Constructxon Company, Inc 225 French St HU 0192 Eugene J Fruehauf, Jr , Contractor 614 Kensmgton Ave , PA 3587 J Henry Fuller, General Remodelmg 128 Drexel Rd , AM 5645 Albert G Fuzak Better Meats 1339 Jefferson Ave , GA 2015 Gersxtz Hardware 901 Kensmgton Ave , AM 1347 Gnambrone and Mogavero Sunoco Servlce 1220 Nxagara St Gladkowskx Bowlmg Alleys 829 Seneca St SO 9933 Grant Club Open Alr Market Akron, New York, Akron 2786 Gulf 0.1 Corporatlon 1070 Nxagara St, LI 6154 Heckman s Glassware 86 Chma, Inc 632 Broadway, Corner Adams St Hennessey 86 Company 2067 Niagara St , DE 6020 Janora's Grxll 700 Walden Ave , KE 9625 Jefferson Prmtmg Press 1233 Jefferson Ave , EL 4933 Jewsbury Photography 201 Wmdermere Blvd PA 0727 jxm and Al s Restaurant 1679 Mam St , GA 9789 Joe s Meats Specxalxze ln Itallan S 259 Carolma St, MO 6215 Joe s Theater Barber Shop 1055 Kenmore Ave , VI 9889 Kader Realty Town of Tonawanda Specxalx Kennedy Brothers Men's Store 88 Mam St , Lockport 41098 Ken Vue Kunl Shop 3060 Baxley Ave, PA 1541 Kenwood Lxquor Store 323 Kenmore Rd, AM 2332 Kenwood Service, Inc ausage m 8900 Sherldan and Belmont Ave , 509 Klrdem Tool Company 307 Hmman, DE 5876 Kohler Redden Drug Store 224 Highland Pkwy , DE 4489 Lake Erxe Heatmg Company La Mantua Buxlders 20 Cottage St SU 7027 C N La Monte Rugs and Upholstered Furmture, Gerhard Lang, Inc 461 463 Elhcott St CL 8350 Laughlm's Restaurant 333 Franklin St WA 9667 Charles J Lee LI 4518 North East Laundry 85 Cleaners AM 3550 Lxfetlme Stamless Steel Cookware 73 College St HU 9139 Lo Bue Funeral Home, Inc 291 Porter Ave , GA 1864 Lord s Credlt Jeweler 1054 Broadway, TA 5991 Lorenzo One Hour Cleaners 222 Delaware Ave , WA 9740 Robert J Mackay Kaul Clay Products, MO 5683 Magguo Constructlon Company 323 Parks1de Ave , AT 2727 ' , - Q l l I . . , - ' 'st, A 7 ., ' . 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I08 SPECIAL BUSINESS PATRONS Joseph Maleckx, Inc 191 Person St, WO 1542 Mancuso and Montante Meats 375 Bustl Ave, MO 9232 Markel Cleaners 431 Niagara St John Maroone Lord Inc 1717 Walden Ave , KE 8888 Max-quarts Frnendly Servlce Hertel and Parksxde Aves , VI 9292 Phxl Martmo s Radxo 86 TV Servxce 123 Connectxcut St , GR 9779 Marv Les Cleaners 850 Nxagara Falls Blvd , PA 9726 Masten Servxce Statxon 247 Masten Ave , EL 9840 McKendry Funeral Home 2254 Mann St PA 1202 McNutt's Dehcatessen Mead Supply Co , Inc 914 Kenmore Ave , VI 6114 Medncal Arts Pharmacy, Inc 531 Elmwood Ave, GA 2312 Mertel's PM Servxce 448 Baynes at Forest, GA 9707 J Raymond Meyer Funeral Home 2278 Main St , PA 8448 M 86 M One Hour Cleaners 957 Elmwood Ave M 8: T Rug Cleaners 36 Laxrd Ave , VI 3777 Dan Nawrockn Contractor 8t Buxlder 65 Groell St HO 1228 Nnro Constructnon Co 953 Niagara St , GR 2222 O'Connor s One Hour Dura cleamng 3245 Barley Ave , UN 7546 Paper Pak, Inc 712 Jefferson Ave , MA 0340 Parksxde Candy Shoppe 2304 Main St , PA 9843 Laurence P Paul, Inc Transxtown Plaza, SP 7422 Pfuelb s Bake Shoppe 1485 Genesee St , HU 2320 Prxper Travel Bureau, Inc 723 Brisbane Bldg MO 3525 Nick P1teo's Bar 85 Grxll 289 Washnngton St , CL 6340 B 85 J Pollutro, Inc 808 Mann St CL 6340 Guy Ray's Men s Shop 32 Grant sr , LI 7508 Nxel R1ch Carpenter Pamtmg, Remodelmg, EL 4632 Rnchfield Servxce Station Fnllmore at Dewey, AM 9947 Roosevelt Heights Corporatnon 42 Pme Rxdge Rd , TA 1552 Rose Marne Beauty Salon Ros Mar Restaurant 210 Nxagara St Tarry Ross Dry Cleaners 462 Genesee St , WA 6600 Rubmo Funeral Home 271 Porter Ave , LI 2220 Russ's Frlendly Servnce 2617 Elmwood Ave , Kenmore, VI 9148 Safe, Lock, and Key Corporation 204 Pearl St , CL 2769 Sammy Fanars Accordxon Studio 144 Hudson St , MO 3294 Sam Paul's Men's Shop 1622 Pxne Ave , 4 2494 George H Sander Plumbmg and Heatmg 1911 Nxagara St DE 8716 Sardma s Drive Inn 1065 Sherxdan Dr , VI 9443 Leo Sauer Funeral Home 823 Genesee St , HU 7183 Leo Sauer Funeral Home 1933 Kensmgton Ave , PA 1695 3 - u l s, . . , . , , 3212 Main sr., UN 9841 89 W. 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' ' ., 109 SPECIAL BUSINESS PATRONS Schaefers Fme Furmture 1344 Fxllmore Ave , BA 1924 Otto Scharf and Sons, Florxst Salt Rd , Clarence 2651 Scnandra s Locksmxths Supply Company 447 Seventh St , CL 0947 Sclmxa s 355 Seneca St , WA 9363 Sears Roebuck 1905 Mam Sr, SU sooo Shop Wxse Complete Market 1558 Genesee St, KE 9518 Smnth C0ll1Sl0n Servxce 375 Endncott Sr, CL 9066 Sm1tl1's Safe Pharmacy 3066 Bailey Ave , PA 3631 Standard Shoe Repanr Company, 9 E Genesee St Stephen Optical Company 930 Fnllmore Ave , HU 7623 Steve s Grnll 2748 Barley Ave , UN 9886 Striker and Huetter 780 Tonawanda St , DE 1127 Superlor Flsh Company 28 Broadway Market, HU 2901 Tackbury s Furmture Company 658 Mam St , East Aurora 2 2 J K Taffel Photo Studno 453 Amherst St DE 1770 T 85 W Lxquor Store 405 Clmton St , MO 9516 Tarant1no's Wholesale Produce 258 Central Ave , UN 5177 Taylor O'Br1en Corporatlon 2837 Baxley Ave , UN 6400 J B Testa and Son 345 Connectxcut St , EL 8790 Inc Tex s Serv1ce Statxon 245 Carlton St , MA 9918 Tommy s Schuper House 1802 Nxagara St , VI 9287 Trl State Samtatxon Company 100 Perry St , MA 6328 W C Tunkey and Sons, Inc 2431 Mam at Jewett Pkwy Tupper Optlcxans, Inc 41 W Tupper St , MA 6919 Turner Alummum Company 239 Leroy Ave , UN 7735 Utxca Flower Shop 284 West Utxca St , GR 538 Joe Versos Tanlor Shop 374 Bustn Ave , MO 4276 Tony Vnlla and Company 3087 Mam sc , AM ssso Villa Pontxac, Inc 2800 Baxley Ave , UN 3900 Emll Von Dungen, Inc 553 West Ave , Lockport, JA 4981 Wagner Pharmacy Jefferson at East Utxca St GA 9808 Wagner Pharmacy 1315 jefferson Cor East Utlca St Wagner's Grocery 1318 Fillmore Ave , BA 3580 Walt and Matt's Servnce Walden and May Sts , HU 3931 Ward s Pharmacy 916 Edmwood Ave , GR 0681 Wmdsor Shop 459 Elmwood Ave , EL 6526 Vmce Wnmeckn and Son 36 St Louls St, TA 3038 Wxrges' Men s Shop Hotel Statler, CL 4578 LI 5848 , . . , . . . . 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Mr and Mrs Vmcent Abbarno M1ss Amel1a Ann Abraham Mr and Mrs James Abraham Mnss Mary Kathryn Abraham Mr and Mrs Angelo Agro Mr Solly Algase Mr and Mrs Frankl1n Alloway Mnss Marnlynn Amarante Mr and Mrs Amedeo D1 Tondo Mr and Mrs Ph1l1p Amlgone M1ss Phyll1s Andrews Mrs James Andr1acc1o PATRONS r and Mrs J A Bonad1o r and Mrs Harold H Boreanaz M1ss Anne Catherxne Bork r and Mrs Angelo BOCClCelll MISS Cecel1a F Boutet r and Mrs M Brac1zewsk1 r and Mrs Charles Br1ll r and Mrs John F Brmkworth M1ss PBCIICIS Brmkworth Bro Paul Acqunsto Mr and Mrs Cec1lF Brown Brown1e Troop 32 l' l' I' I' Mrs l' and Mrs W1ll1am and Mrs and Mrs Charles and Mrs LOUIS Anselmo E Anthony John E Ansteth Charles Arcadxpane Arcad1pane Carl Arcara M1ss Deborah Buchanan Dr and Mrs Russell Buffomante Mrs Ed1th E Bumbalo Mr Er1ch Burg Mr and Mrs Walter A Burg Franc1s Archnbald C F Argus and Mrs r and Mrs Fred Armbrust r and Mrs R J Armstrong Mr and Mrs John I Burg1o Prof and Mrs E Harold Burke Mr and Mrs W1ll1am J Burke MISSCS Anne and Marge Burnes Mr and Mrs James Burns l' MISS I' l' l' Mnss MISS Frank Arnone Mary Arnone Allen Augustme and Mrs W1ll1am Avera and Mrs V1ncent Azzarelh Eleanor Backes Hazel Badger Mr Samuel Bal1ster1 Mr and Mrs Frank Ballato Barbara Mary Pat, Peggy, M1ss Josephme Barone l' I' l' The l' l' and Mrs and Mrs an Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Battagl1a and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs T Barone John Barret Joseph J Barry C Barse Chfford Barten Famxly Robert S Beall E L Beg1n Edward J Beltl Frank E Bellanca r and Mrs A W Bell1ss1mo r Peter Bendyna r and Mrs Norman E B1ersbach and Mrs Ralph B1ller and Mrs E A Bmnszknewncz M1ss Mar1e BIFBCFEE Mrs Anthony E B1santz Mr and Mrs Otto Bleem M1ss Ethel M Blersch Mr and Mrs George Blersch MISS Reg1na Bley Blessed Tr1n1ty Convent r Edward Bluff Jr and Mrs Stanley Bochn1ak r and Mrs George Bodkm and Mrs George Boehm Joseph and Mar1a Bonad1o Mnss Barbara Ann Burr Mnss Ela1ne Burr l' I' r r M1ss r The I' r l' I' l' l' r MISS I' I' Mxss r l' The r Mr and Mrs Chester Burzynsk1 Chnsty A Buscaglla and Mrs Samuel Buscagha and Mrs G B Bushardt B1ll Butler Carol Byledbal and Mrs Frank Byledbal Messrs Fred call Jr and Sr and Mrs Salvatore Campagna and Mrs James A Campbell and Mrs Samuel Carbone and Mrs Anthony J Cassetta vlt0 Cavallefl and Mrs Paul Cerr1 and Mrs Em1l G Cerullo and Mrs John G Mary T Howard Cherry Chestrock Chestrock and Mrs John Chr1st1ano and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Dan1el J Chr1st1ano Peter Chr1st1ano Frank C1m1nell1 Anthony C1r1nc1one Joyce C1r1nc1one and Mrs Andrew CIIFIDCIODB and Mrs Russel CIIFIDCIOHC M1sses Ruta, LOUISC 8: Joanne and Mrs Thomas C1tta and Mrs Nelson C1rello Joseph A Cleary M1ss Margaret A Cleary M1ss Nellne R Cleary Mr and Mrs Robert Chfford and Famxly M1ss Elame Clyburn Mr and Mrs Thomas Colella II!!! 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