Mount St Joseph Academy - Mount Yearbook (West Hartford, CT)

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A 'c '31, TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION FOREWORD ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY SENIORS CLASS HISTORY ACTIVITIES MEMORABLE HIGHLIGHTS PATRONS DEDICATIGN Dear Mom and Dad, As l come to the end of my years at Mount Saint Joseph Academy. l realize. more than ever. the greatness of the treasure you both have lavished upon me. You have been eager to give me the very best and so you have sent me to the Mount where l might find it. Often it has been only because of your love and under- standing. your savriliees and guidanee. that l have been able to eontinue. l realize l can never repay you for making this, my yearbook. possible. but l do hope that by dedicating: it to you l ean make you understand just how rnueh these years have meant. May the realization that you have given me the opportunity to obtain the "Goodness and lliseipline and Knowledge" which is the motto of every Nlonnt girl till you with peave and joy. ll is iny prayer that the lloly lfarnily. which has been chosen to uilness this. my ilerlir-ation. bring to your heart and soul the joys and blessings they shared in their Nazarene home. Your loving daughter. Un llecemher 8. l854. the dogma ol the Immaculate Concep- tion of the Blessed Virgin hlary was infallilmly defined Ivy l'ope l'ius IX. Since this, the year of IQS4. is the centenary of this great event. llis Holiness, Pope Pius XII. thought it fitting to consecrate this year to Mary in a special way. calling it the Marian Year. ln rerognition of this heautiful dedication and ol the fact that Mary has played sueh an important, part throughout our years at the Mount, we, the class of 1954, choose her. under the title of thc lmmaculate Conception. for the theme of our yearhook. Wfe heg her to guard us in all we have learned to love so dearly here at school and trust in her intercession and her love, certain that under her mantle we will keep our hearts pure in Our l,0rd. her Son. "U Cod. who. hy the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin. didst make her a worthy halritation for Thy Son. and didst, hy Ilis foreseen death. preserve her from all stain of sin: grant. we beseech Thee. that through her intercession we may he cleansed from sin and come with pure hearts to 'l'hee." FOREWURD... Mfr:-'-A 1 ,f - 4 ff 4 fx f f 1 XX' X ffff iffy K fx K S Y jfy f Q' fx f 7'-X M X 4m J QV 101 CN IJQLDQA J' . Y. "Ai Y ? X f f-a,,,a,,i2 M- Qrqyifrfs ' v i jgttttlt wiiwfn. To His l'IxcCll0nc'y, the Most Reverend John J. Hackett, we, the Class of 1954, wish to extend our gratitude for the paternal interest hc has mzmifcslod hy his presenve al our annual Foundation Day programs. Vlfe pledge to him a continued remembrance in our prayers. 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Sully Brom-r, ifurnl .lzu'kwn. .IPZIIITIP l.ilII10llI'4'llX. THE 19 IN l1'llxfr14',xs SIIIVU lfrnnl lfmr. lwfi In rigllli ,l4w:1ll,l71lu1l14l. Gail Kf'f'nPy. -Ml:-I:1i:lv X-iN4'UIIfi. Film-ll Pinto, Srrurzfl Nnzr: PilU'if'iil Quinn. lillvn 0'H:1l':l. I'1lll'i4'iil l.nwry. Nlzlry Fllvn Vlallme-rtw' "'l'1lH1'l'N SVIIHI. l,m'1'tt:l Hig1hlwl'g4'r. MUUN T S,-mil! 540 'i .IOAN WANNI' lf11.w1'r1vxv .4'Il!IfI'Hl'F Txping SMH .luzmnv lizmle-Ilu. f'fliz:1lwtl1 Alvrunn-k. Kathlrvn Nnflvrson. WI i201 Seated: .loan Metzner President. Standing, left to right: Barbara Bailey, Vice President: Marjorie Fish, Treasurer: Colette Dolin, Secretary. CLASS OFFICER Receive, 0 Most Sweet Mother, our humble supplications, and above all obtain for us that, one day, happy with you, we may repeat before your throne that hymn which today is sung on earth around your altars: You are all beautiful, O Mary! You are the glory, you are the joy, you are the honor of our people! Amen. ' 5, yyiw 1 , .My I-1.51,-S-Hz nn' 'fi' ,- .- I , ill?-T3 ELIZABETH ANN ABRAMEK "Bcity" 32 Plymouth Street Hartford, Connecticut Business Club 4, Secretaryg French Club 3, 4: Clem- Club 2, 3, 4-g Hamiltonian Stall: ,lunior Choir: Mission Council, The Mount Staffg Whitlry Club 4. Cosmopolitan maid . . . one of the better members of the stenography class . . . spends many a weekend in Meriden . . . fired with enthusiasm . . . eyes on a social worker's career. KATHLEEN ANN ANDERSON "Kayv 21 Wethersfield Avenue Hartford, Connecticut Business Club 4g The Mount Staff 4: Whitlmy Club 4. Alias "Ez1rlybird" . . . opens the doors every morning . . . serene . . . loves the movies . . . a hard-working student. ELIZABETH ANNE BACKUS "Bei 63 Pratt Street Glastonbury, Connecticut ' English Club 2g French Club 3, 4: Clee Club 3, 4g .lunior Choirg fr- A Whitby Club 4. K V ii Beauty on the run . . . part-time teacher . , , life is what you make it . . . tell me where the good times are . . . Oh! what those shy smiles can do. 5221 BARBARA ANN BAILEY "Barby Ann" l50 Scarborough Street Hartford. Connecticut Academy Players 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 31 Athletic Association 2, 3: Chclsca Club 4: Foreign Policy Association 4: .lunior Choirg Latin Club 2: Sigma 'l'ulliana 3: Spanish Club 3: Class Vice-President 3, 4: Studcnt Council President 4. lnboru leadership . . . well-founded self-confidence . . . welcome wherever she goes . . . always calm . . . a talented F' act ress. -"' 7' P .- bp-' ' ont " ' fy f' . -' -' , gd-V, ...C PXJN XM' 1,117 P f ' 2.3" M wg, . Y ' ff t a , "ffl 4.1 Q I 53 Boxbury Street Hartford. Connecticut Athletic Association 4: Chelsea Club 4: Foreign Policy Association 4: .lunior Choir. Titian hair and lustrous brown eyes . . Nvivacious . . . born with the gift of gal: . . . warm friendliness . . . cute, peppy ways. CllAlll.0TTE ACATHA BABBOUB "Gibby" 127 Britt Boad , East Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 2, 3: Foreign Policy Association 4: French Club 3, 4: Good Cheer Club 2: Hamiltonian Staff 2, Business g A Manager 3: Junior Choir: Latin II Club 33 Mission Council 4: l i Passion Play 3: Whitby Club 4. "Hot Bod" . . . last minute entrances . . . brown bread and lettuce . . . candy-coated practicality . . . full of ideas . . . everybody's best friend. l23l MONICA MARIIC BAKER "Mannion 05 ' fl'llrlBlSTlNl3i ANN BECLEY 'cfflirisii kffrm, X G V 154 Campfield Avenue ef J" V V, 1 DIANE CATHERINE BASNEY :cDI.UlIl'?, 4-7 Fern Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 41 Foreign Policy Association 45 French Club 3, 41 Clee Club 3, 43 Junior Choir: Whitby Club 4. Neat dresser . . . out for fun . . . perpetual bucks . . that 0 spirit . . . "YVhere7s Busty?', if Q W' WW p pf ifjllflliliw CNW? CAROL ANN BAUER "Carol" 55 Barker Street Wilson, Connecticut 0? Athletic Association 2, 3g Braille Club 2g French Club 3, 4g Glce Club 2, 3, 4: Hockey Team 33 Junior Choir: Larks 3, 41 Latin Club 2: Library Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Operetta 41 Red Cross 4: Whitlmy' Club 4. Petite blonde . . . steadfast and true . . . capable scholar . . . delightful. implish humor . . . serious or carefree. as circumstance demands. ,sf 01 .MQPVQW S 'JVP J- ff Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 33 Whitby Club 4. KM", 'ir Captivating dimpled smile . . . friendly and neat . l XJ I sincere . . . kind word for all . . . dependablc. mi 1 diss'--,-KEN-1 A,-."f5:'i:',.' 'W I --t -Y-sr . J ., 1. . A t. '- ,. xy 3 ' NANCY l.0l'lSlC BENDEH 4'Nnnc:-' 13 Ledger Street Hartford, Connecticut, Atlilf-:iv Assnriation l, 2, 3, R1-pri-svntativr lg French Club 3: Cloc Club l, 2, 3. 41 .lunior Choir: l.atin Club 2: Opcretta 4: Mission Council 23 Passion Play 2, 31 Wliitliy' Club 4. ' A sweet and gentle voir-c . . . pensive yet gay . . . enjoys swimming, especially at Hammonasset . . . a loyal and considerate friend . . . 'cya know?" WANDA ANN BIESZAD "Biezy', 39 Eastview Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4-3 English Club lg French Club 3g Clec Club 2. 3, 43 .lunior Choir: Whitby Club 4. Seemingly quiet . . . friendly . . . pleasant . . . lover of fresh air . . . serious at times. ADlllENNlf l.0lillAlNE BLACK u."fdfl'l?Ilfll?,, 211 Bellevue Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 1: Business Club 43 English Club l, 4: Cent-ral Science Club 3, Secretaryg Clee Club 1, 23 junior Choirg Red Cross 3. Full of fun . . . zealous Christopher . . . beaming: smile . . . cordial to everyone . . . amicable. E251 24' ',,. GERALDINE ANN BOUCHER "Cerry'i 2 Simpson Street 2 Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 3: Business Club 43 Junior Choir. Fun loving in a quiet way . . . friendly . . . even tempered . . . serious minded . . . always loyal to Sr. Justin's. A1 as 6 SALLY PATRICIA BREWER "Sally" 52 Jerome Avenue Bloomfield, Connecticut Canterbury Club 45 English Club 2g Foreign Policy Association 43 Clee Club 3, 4g Junior Choirg Junior Classical League 4: Larks 3, 4: Sigma Tulliana 4: The Mount Editorial Staff. Spirit of self-sacrihce . . . gentle and sincere . . . sings like a lark . . . a mathematical genius . . . lover of the aestiietic. 4 CAROLE JEAN BRIGGS "lf11rolf-" If I 155 Westland Avenue I West Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association I, 23 English Club l, 23 Forcign Policy Associa- "'4' tion 43 Clcc Club I, 2, 3, 4: .Iunior Choir: Passion Play 2: Sigma 4 Tulliana 3. Ink purchaser for the American History class . . . fabulous I. summers at Hawks Nest . . . chauffeur of that red con- K vertible . . . English, favorite subject . . . particular interest in skating. , i261 CAROL MARIE RROCHU "Carol" 112 Huntington Street 1, Hartford. Connecticut Rusiness Club 4. 'QQ Rather quiet but with a very pleasing disposition . . . a good student who is usually on the honor roll . . . liked by C all . . . refined manner . . . insurance interest. Au. tt'i?1ff,37i' A A ew: NANCY JANE BYRNE "Nancy" 6 Chamberlain Road Wetherslield, Connecticut Athletic Association 1, 2, 35 Business Club 43 English Club 1: French Club 25 General Science Club lg Junior Choir: Mission Council 35 Operetta 43 Red Cross 4g Passion Play 2, 3. Always a word of encouragement . . , determined . . . sympathetic to the problems of another . . . full of rascality . . . a smile for all . . . good-natured . . . oh so sincere. CATHERINE CHRISTINE CANIVAN "Bunny" .C 'Q 1 288 Brown Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 3, 41 Foreign Policy Association 4: Whitby Club 4. I Warm, genuine smile . . . an adept student . . . true to her word, her work, her friends . . . a grand good sport . . . an ardent baseball fan. wi 3 I --11.,- JOANNE ELIZABETH CARDELLO ala" 194 Hamilton Street Hartford. Connecticut Business Club 4g French Club 3: Clee Club 3g ,lunior Choir: The Mount Staff: Whitby Club 4. Piercing black eyes . . . neatness personified . . . gets along well with others . . . usually late for those frequent movies . . . a good head on her shoulders. A Sk ix, lf ,rJfu'Jl:,1 '.f JL. Aix. fx . fi' I N . ' X. al W A , . V. K A , V., Qxff' ' I Y v if I ' fr- ,, ALICE MARIE CARELLA 'li - "Alyce" 125 Foxcroft Road -West Hartford, Connecticut Business Club 4: Dance Club lg Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Choir: Operetta 43 Whitby Club 4-. Talented teacher of dancing . . . always smiling . . . con- siderate . . . sparkling eyes . . . ideal "sub" for Father Stack. .1 J' ' ,V W ,Ulf sl TJ ffl' GJ! cfwa MWLWJJ ' XQ VMC, L Q if , Wil lVlAllY-LLOYD CAREY "Mary-Lloyzf' 43 Carroll Road East Hartford. Connecticut Academy Players 2, 3. 4: Athletic Association 2, 3: Chaucer Club, Librarian 4: ,lunior Choir. l,ove those dimples . . . blushes a pretty pink . . . seldom without that winning smile . . . dependable when there's X work to be done . . . considerate. E281 -nv. df' i MARION ELLEN CARPENTER "Marion" 334 Ridge Road Wethersfield, Connecticut Athletic Association l, 2, 3: Braille Club lg Foreign Policy As- sociation 43 French Club, Vice-President 33 Clee Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Choir: Latin Club 23 Mission Council 43 Operetta 4: Passion Play 2, 33 The Mount Editorial Staff, Whitby Club, Secretary 4. Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind . . . as nice as nice people can be . . . deep sincerity evident in her quiet, charming way . . . unassuming and capable . . . the essence of thoughtfulness ,iw 1-, K . if ,J L. i GERTRl'lJl'I MARY CARROLL "Cert', 592 East Center Street Manchester, Connecticut Athletic Association l, 23 Business Club 43 Braille Club 33 English Club 1, 2, 33rMission Council 3, 4. Bright blue eyes . . . a camera clicker . . . faint Boston iv if accent . . . friendly to all . . . possesses a warm, radiant personality. I ffl 1 X ,I ' 3 - f -5 V if s,,,,L! LV! i uf rllfu ,ln 1'3'f"!7 ,W In ,J lil ' s. ANN THERESE CARUSO "Ann,' 44 Acton Street Hartford, Connecticut Business tlluli 43 English Clulm l, 4: .lunior Choirg The Mount Art Stuff. Vim, vigor and vitality . . . our brush and palette girl . . . stickler for tradition . . . reliable and thoughtful . . . good sport. P91 4- JANICE EDNA CHARTIER HKafrfnka,7 55 Spring Lane West Hartford, Connecticut Academy Players 34 Athletic Association 4: Canterbury Club 4, Presidentg Clee Club 3, 43 .lunior Choir: Larks 3, 45 Operetta . P 4g Passion Play 3: Sigma Virgiliana 3. lnexhaustible good spirits . . . easily makes friends . . . enthusiastic and energetic . . . never at a loss for words . . . trademark-Bostonian Accent. CAROL LAURA CHRISTENSEN "Chris'7 5, 214 Raymond Road West Hartford, Connecticut Business Club 41 Glee Club 3, 45 Junior Choir. Self-possession in the face of disaster . . . smiles that betray an inner contentment . . . peaceful and refreshing N as a summer dawn . . . youthful exuberance clothed in womanly reserve. .. .K .M K 1lr',l s if Q CAROLE JUNE CIPOLLA "Carolv', QV. i 104 Preston Street W f'f-' A Hartford, Connecticut A A Glee Club 3, 43 Junior Choirg Operetta 4g Whitby Club 4. Always ready for adventure . . . a smile for the world . . . if efficient Holy Hour bell ringer . . . Oh! those crazy mixed- up lab experiments . . . conscientious with a happy-go-lucky streak. f30l i milf CAllUl. iNlAHlE CLARK "Carol" 138 Seymour Avenue Yvest Hartford. Connertieut Atbletir Association 31 Braille Club 2, 3: English Club l, 2, Sevre- tary l, President 23 Foreign l'olir'y Assoviation 4: Freneh Club 4, Vive--l'reside-nt: Hamiltonian Stall' 2, 3: .lunior Cboirg Junior Classim-al League -1: Passion Play 21 Sigma 'l'ulliana 44 Sigma Virgiliana 31 'l'be Mount Editorial Stall: Whitby Club 1: Parade of Youth Correspondent 4. A devoted friend . . . a brilliant eonversationalist . . . an at-eornplished journalist . . . our born optimist . . . lovely to walk with - lovely to talk with. MARIE ANN COGAN "!llariw" 35 Linbrook lload wlest Hartford. Connectir'ul A4-atlemy Players 2, 3, 4: Athletic' Assoeiation 43 Chelsea Club 4: Foreign l'olir'y Assoeiation 43 lfrenrh Club 3, 4, President 3: tile-e Club I, 2, 3, 43 Hamiltonian Stall 3, 4: .lunior Choir: barks 2, 3, 4: Miswion Count-il l: Red Cross 3. Mature outlook on life . . . a future nurse . . . gifted with a pleasant voice . . . loves the world and everyone in it . . . active participant in hard work as well as good time, . . artistiv talent displayed in Hamiltonian pages. PATRICIA ANN COLTURI "l'at', 150 Bainbridge Road West Hartford. Connevtirut Atbletiv Awoviation l, 2, 3, 4: Chelsea Club 4: English Club l, 2: Fra-nc-ll Club 3, 4: l.atin Club 2. Long dark eyelashes ac-venting gray-green eyes . . . beautiful curly hair . . . innoc-ent stare . . . chatterbox . . . fun-loving. U11 'l EDWINA FRANCES COONEY "Edu 820 Prospect Avenue Hartford, Connecticut Academy Players 4: Athletic Association 21 Foreign Policy Associa- tion 4: Clcc Club I, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2g Passion Play 2, 3g Spanish Club 4: Whitby Club 4: Operctta 4. Soft red hair . . . dancing eyes and a pert little nose sprinkled with freckles . . . keen sense of humor . . . Af' Q ' congenial . . . "You're kiddingli' a an I ui X . Q , 'V' I 7' THERESA MARY COSGROVE "Tf-rry', 'L 62 Flatbush Avenue X. Hartford, Connecticut , :Ai .lunior Choir: Mission Council 1: Whitby Club 4. An attractive and well-liked classmate . . . hard working . . . gentle and sincere . . . always a kind word for everyone ,y . . . quiet but fun loving. ARLENE ANN CSECH "Arlcne,' 8 Fairview Terrace Unionville. Connecticut Athletic Association 2, 3, 44 French Club 3, 44 Clee Club 3, 45 Junior Choirg Operetta 4g Whitby Club 4-. 0 f J 'Y Spontaneous laughter . . . pleasingly unpredictable . . . loyal to Unionville . . . sincere friend . . . lVlount's Poet Laureate. E321 -5? l lVlAlllif'il'lN DALY "slim-" Athletit' Assovizttion lg Foreign l'oli1'y Assoviation 4: Whitliy' fflub D 4. Vive-l resident. Quiet. dignified manner . . . an attractive girl with a beaulie ful smile . . . offers many witty remarks . . . unflurrivtl and easy going . . . Calm and ladylilce . . . winner of many friends . . . "Not too embarrassed!" .RF xi Y I JOAN Cf'fl.lA CYR "fourth 30 Seaman Circle Manchester. COIlIlCf'lll'lll Atlile-tif' .-Xssoriution l, 2, 3: lfnglish Club 4: lfrent-h tflub 3, 4. Small in stature . . . 1-heerful disposition . . . dt-murr friendliness . . . neat in attire . . . homework blues. 1 46 Dover lload West Hartford. Connecticut ANNE lllllllfhlll UARRUW' uflnrv 35 West find Avenue New liritian. Connevtir-ut Canterbury Club, Vive-President 43 English Club, Se-rretary 2: Foreign Policy Association 4: Clee Club 2, 3, 41 Hamiltonian Staff 2, 3: junior Choir: Latin Club, President 23 Mission Counril 2, 3: Operetta 4: Passion Play 31 Sigma Virgiliann. President 3: Student Councillor 2. Academy "question box" . . unquenr-hable enthusiasm . . . summers at Madison . . . busy about many things . . a little girl with big plans. i331 RITA KATHRYN D'AURlA "Rim" 411 West Preston Street Hartford, Connecticut Academy Players 1, 2, 3, 4, President 41 Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Chelsea Club 4: Clee Club l, 2, 3, 45 Library Club l, 2, 3, 41 Mission Council 1, 4, Treasurer 41 Passion Play 23 Red Cross 33 Spanish Club 4: Class Treasurer 3. Beautiful brown locks . . . Goldie and the ring . . . adventurous spirit . . . an able leader . . . "Oops, latc againli' FRANCOISE JEANNE de CHABERT "Francoise" 15 Lilley Road West Hartford, Connecticut Canterbury Club 4, Treasurer: Foreign Policy Association 4: Latin Club 2: Passion Play 2, 33 Sigma Tulliana 3, Vice-President: Spanish Club 4. lntriguing accent . . . lovely dark tresses . . . extensive traveler . . . quiet but only in class . . . those Harvard weelcendsl CFCELIA PHlLOMENA DELLA FERA "Ce1'l', ll5 Cottage Grove Road Bloomfield, Connecticut Business Club 43 Clee Club I, 2, 3, 4: junior Choir: Mission Council l, 23 Operetta 4: Orchestra 4: Whitby Club 4, Sincere and faithful friend . . . lovely smile, expressive eyes . . . sense of humor . . . uwhat if" . . . "beansl" If . . .loyal till the end. D41 1 vfwf-'w+'f"1Fws fm MARIE ANGELA DEMEOLA "Marie" 71 Bushnell Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 3: Business Club 4: Whitby Club 4. Also known as "Squeaky" . . . a wonderful girl with a big i heart . . . what a driver! . . . "Oh those signs!" . . . always heard saying "Cod bless you." MQW tiygpia s 0 MARIE CULETTE DOLIN "Collie" 5 131 Ridgefield Street A Hartford, Connecticut f - Chelsea Club 4: English Club 1: French Club 4: Clcc Club 2, 3, 4: " . Hamiltonian Staff 4: junior Choir: Mission Council 3, 4: Opercttn 4: Class Secretary 3, 4: Student Council 2, 4. Sincere and friendly . . . ready and willing participant in school activities . . . well balanced sense of humor . . . diplomatic and courteous . . . self-confident yet unaggressivc . . .very witty. ,I 1 1 I Ai 'I Q A' I I f ' Pai' MARGARET PATRICIA DONAHUE l upcggyn 121 Prau Sheet fb East Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 3: Rusiness Club 4, Treasurer: English Club g ' ,- --1 My 2: junior Choir. The source of many good times . . . always harmonizing . . . has hopes of being a Spanish interpreter . . . natural beauty with freckles galore . . . a nonchalant humorist. i551 f-,-ar I . f.4..,Q,f! -.,,,4f- '4,4?,LA,4.cLpO fo' U Q f - A -4-' f.-a.,.-,f... MARY BHIDCET DONAHUE ' -ff'-Nl' "Mary" 635 Broad Street Hartford, Connecticut 4 Athletic Association 33 Junior Choirg Whitby Club 4, Councillor. A merry Mountie . . . twinkling Irish eyes . . . lasting 1 BARBARA ANN DOWER "Harlan 133 Huntington Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 3g Junior Choirq Whitby Club 4. Winning combination of beauty and brains . . . never a dull moment . . . never without that friendly smile . . . loyal Cathedralite . . . those natural curls! JOAN MARIE DURAND "Daren" " 200 Hamilton Street Hartford, Connecticut Business Club 4: French Club 33 Glee Club 3g Junior Choir: The Mount Business Staff: Whitby Club 4. Short 'n' sweet . . . picture of neatness . . . one of those "lefties" . . . a good student, but oh that shorthand . . . clock-watcher for the second period type class. E363 friend . . . reticent . . . " 'cause I'm the cutest!" CLARE JUSTINE EACEN Clan- 13 Pleasant Street Windsor Locks, Connecticut 5 Business Club 41 Clee Club 3, 4: Junior Choir. C ,l ' A Crown-up tastes . . . talented air wave songstress - . f ' first things first . . . life is worth living a modern x l" Diana. , Y Q o 1 , 1 J? ANN THERESA FARRAH "Ann" 8 Vanderbilt Road West Hartford, Connecticut English Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 3: Clee Club 1, 23 Latin Club 2: Whitby Club 4, Talented artist . . . serene . . . dreamer . . . quiet most of the time . . . willing to help. 5 .+ K C DOLORES ANN FERRARA Do Do , 11 Greenwood Street n,a.,x f L New Britain, Connecticut A V A Chelsea Club 4: Junior Choirg Latin ll Club 3 Opcretta 4 Economy-size bombshell . . . true, devoted friend dark-eyed bundle of mirth . . . bubbling over with incessant chatter . . . refreshing simplicity. f57J MARJORIE ANNE FISH "Marge', 58 Henry Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Braille Club 2, 33 Canterbury Club 4, English Club lg Foreign Policy Association 4-g French Club 3: Hamiltonian 2, 33 Clee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Junior Choirg Latin Club 23 Mission Council 24 Operetta 4: Red Cross 4, Secretaryg Sigma Tulliana 3, President: Student Councillor 23 Class President 1: Class Treasurer 4. One of the most outstanding girls in the class . . . honor student . . . a born leader . . . always willing to help others . . . energetic and industrious . . .-,awhere do you get the time, Marge? Il UH: A ff", ' L, lhi l1't Pali," bfi .K ., .J H" 1 I., . rf ,I l ' ELIZABETH RAE FITZGERALD "Betty-Rae" 35 North Quaker Lane 8 West Hartford, Connecticut Academy Players lg French Club 3: Mission Council 41 Red Cross 3: Whitby Club 4. Lilting laughter and a beguiling smile . . . loyal friend . . . loquacious . . . literary productions tinted with the magic of imagination . . . "l,ll see if l can get the car." MARY EILEEN FITZGERALD "Gerald" 68 Tower Avenue Hartford, Connecticut French Club 4: .lllnior Choir: Whitby Club 4. Face of a doll . . . Telephone Companyis best customer always laughing . . . ready for fun anytime . . . "Remind me to tell you this." T381 MARY ELLEN FLAHERTY "Mef' 418 Maple Hill Avenue Newington, Connecticut Academy Players l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, French Club 45 Clee Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Choir: Operetta 43 Passion Play 2, 3: Sigma Virgiliana 3, Treasurer, The Mount Business Staff, Whitby Club 4. Twinkling gray eyes . . . our gay philosopher . . . always in the Chemistry Lab . . . continuous giggle . . . "Do you get the analogy ?" MARY MARTHA FLAHERTY "Mimi" 92 Westminster Street D Hartford, Connecticut Academy Players l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3: Athletic Association 1, 23 Chelsea Club 4, Vice-President: Clee Club l, 2, 3, 4g Junior Choir: Operetta 4: Spanish Club 43 The Mount Editorial Staff. A friend to be proud of . . . artistically inclined . . . unquenchable enthusiasm . . . diligent worker . . . gloom clisperser. S4 3 fi ,H ze ...I ,x,. "iii 5 - ' A.: JANE MARIE FORD "func Marie" 617 Center Street Manchester, Connecticut f' Athletic Association l, 23 Business Club 41 English Club 23 .Ek General Science Club l, President. A Appreciates any attempt at comedy - especially Father Stack's delightful daydreams . . . another Patrick Henry ...meets life with a smile. fs, D91 C- li THERESA ANNE FREEMAN "Tyke,' Business Club 4g English Club 2g Junior Choirg Mission Council 33 Whitby Club 4. 60 Van Block Avenue Hartford, Connecticut 6'The little onen . , . full of fun and bubbling with energy Nd . . . you always know when she's around . . . loves sports of every kind - and also Ford convertibles 1 not?', 1 4 Q RARRARA DALE GESNALDO "Naldo" Business Club 4g Junior Choir: Whitby Club 4. Brown eyes and jet hair . . . usually seen with a smile on her face . . . has an answer for everything . . . com- placent air mixed with a gracious manner . . . f'Hi honey". WW' JUANNE CATHERINE CABRYS "Caby', 26 Liberty Street New Britian, Connecticut Academy Players 2g Business Club 4g English Club 1, 24 French Club 3g Clee Club lg Junior Choir: Passion Play 2. Always understands . . . ever ready with a helping hand . . . amiable companion . . . ardent New Britain fan . . . HDon't get shookw. 288 Maple Avenue Hartford, Connecticut i401 Q 41 JOAN ELIZABETH CORI Uj0IlllI'l'z, 14 Albert Avenue Wethersfield, Connecticut N MARY ANN COLON "George" 39 South Street Suffield, Connecticut French Club 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Choir: Latin Club 2, 3: Operetta 43 Red Cross 43 Whitby Club 4. Attractive blonde . . . sinc land natural charm . . . pleasan co Ran' . x ca v ting manner . . . per- severi JJ! g 1 , X, if F l lx " ,ty ' 'Ui l l xi l 5 1 t t l xl, A P4 I ' A ll 'N V' it -Z ,f L L A . x X. L , 1 xl X ' L i 3 , ff X , 4 'U l I .l lx Q! 'H ll , t 3 lf ' I f , J . ,. li: it , T lb X X pf L X P i V 3 X Gbb ' E X Athletic Association 43 Canterbury Club 4: French Club 3, 4: Cleo Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Choir: Operetta 43 Passion Play 3. Denture yet enthusiastic . . . a sense of humor under a shy countenance . . . possessor of a good voice . . . pleasant company . . . steadfast friend. ai NANCY MARALYN GREENE "Nancy" 145 South Quaker Lane West Hartford, Connecticut Academy Players 41 Athletic Association 1, 2, 35 English Club l, 2, Treasurer I, Vice-President 2: French Club 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 .lunior Choirg Red Cross 4: Whitby Club 3, 4, Councillor 4. Mature head on young shoulders . . . brings success to all her undertakings . . . a page out of "Mademoisellef' . . . oh those knee-socks . . . "Honestlyl" E411 Q GAIL ANN HAFNER "Rusty" Athletic Association 33 Canterbury Club 44 Foreign Policy Associa tion 43 French Club 3, 49 Junior Choir. 1 , MARY ANN GRIFFIN "Mary', 211 Ashley Street Hartford, Connecticut W We Athletic Association 33 Canterbury Club 43 Foreign Policy Associa tion 4: Junior Classical League 4: Latin Club 3, 4. Tiny bundle of sunshine . . . brings out your motherly by 'i instincts . . . innocent expression . . . crinkling eyes . . . demure and obliging. 38 Olive Street Hartford, Connecticut Nonchalant and amiable . . . beautiful titian hair . . . quiet but always ready to join in the fun . . . vast store of knowledge concerning "O.L.S." . . . adapt? hers MM to any situation. 1 H MUWM 1 -fc V j xt 1 H1 A A IV' N J I likrYUMlt'l.'l1 Ji MN' f X if f ' iw A fujjy ' . V551 L M it ' IR IAA NHAIGT5 f'f:,',my" 4-4 ark Street Meriden. Connecticut Athletic Association 1, 21 Canterbury Club 4: English Club l: , French Club 3, 4g Latin Club 2: Operetta 4. Neat and elhcient . . . always ready for a laugh . . . daily trip from Meriden . . . a hne. capable student . . . creative and skillful sewing, ber hobby . . . Uh! that emergency brake. U21 Q' jl'DITlI HAYICS "Indy" PATRICIA JUAN HALEY "Pat" 29 Bliss Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletiv Association l, 2, 3, 43 Business Club 4: Hamiltonian Stall 4: Junior Choir: Passion Play 2, 33 Whitlry Cluli 4. Always has a smile lor everyone . . . seen at formals in the winter - lmlian Neck in the summer . . . "Cel lliat dreamy look out of your eyes. Miss Haley" . . a warm. velvety voir-e. MA NY Nl 'XIH21Xl!l'1'l' ll-XI.I.-X I l -KN " llmm 4 . . " 4' -M'ml4'lln lllilXl'IN l. 2. fl: Xllllvlu Kssm-nili0l'l , fi i4'l' I l l I' Iunior llloiig lmlt fi. l: lll'1'I4'!Il 4' ln--ion Ilan 'l'lu- Xlmxnl xll Slullg Wliitln lluli l. 20 Plainlivlrl Street A llurllorrl. ffonnerlic-ul liante-rlmry Vlulu. Sa-1-ri-tary lg llama- lilnlr l, 23 Frenvh ffluli 33 ir? 1 Ulm' lflulm l, 2, fl, 41 ,lunior illioirg l.atin iflulx 2: The Mount Art i Staff, linprerlirlalulv . . . a ready smile . . . artistic-ally inc-lined . . . loves to swim , . . "Hey. wait for mel" E431 yllurq-NU ' . . . ' "A HIM' . . . ' ' N '2 " aml ollu-I' iulvrv-ling lliings . . . roinpvlviil xolunlvqr xsorlwr in lmail ll0sIllllllN , . . "l,1'l.sl1Ul gm lioml' yvl. I JUDITH ANN HEISLER 17 Hilltop Drive West Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Foreign Policy Association 4, French Club 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 44 Junior Choir, Whitby Club 4. Giludyw 'T 1 "A jewel is small but precious" . . . always smiling . . . sympathetic listener . . . cashmere sweaters and popular music . . . "Ah, geelv HELEN LORETTA HIGHBERGER "Relta,' 1025 Maple Avenue Hartford, Connecticut Academy Players 3, Foreign Policy Association 43 Clee Club 3, 4: Junior Choirg Junior Classical League 43 Larks 3, 43 Las Criadas Espanoles 43 Operetta 43 Passion Play 33 Red Cross 3, 45 Sigma Tulliana 49 Sigma Virgiliana 3, Secretary: The Mount Business Stall, Whitby Club 4. Enjoys a laugh to the ut t. . . . nothing impossible . . . little but m ht . . usual wit . . . "How about Terrans?,' fmt ELIZABETH LOUISE HURM 'Beti9',, 150 Che i S ee I Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 1: Canterbury Club 43 English Club lg French Club 33 Clee Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Choirg Larks 3, 4g Latin Club 2, Mission Council 2, 4, President 4g Operetta 4-g The Mount Editorial Stall: Class Vice-President lg Class Treasurer 2g Student Councillor 3, 4. Soft spoken . . . creates an atmosphere of smiles and friendship . . . capable class leader . . . fun loving . . . "Chl I had such a good time." H41 2 wi ""'7 CAROL ANN JACKSON "Carol" 188 Westland Street Hartford, Connecticut Business Club 4, Reporter: Clee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Mission Council .t l, 23 The Mount Editorial Staff, Whitby Club 4. A tranquil lass . . . affable and obliging . . . a friendly sort oi way . . . well-developed sense of responsibility . . . devout participant at Holy Hours. BARBARA MARCIA JONES "Bobbie" 22 North Second Street Meriden, Connecticut Academy Players 4: Athletic Association 1, 23 English Club li French Club 3: Latin Club 2, 33 Whitby Club 4. Blue, blue eyes and freckles galore . . . always finds a J silver lining . . . frank but sincere . . . Meriden's little A chatterbox . . . "Here she comes on her little broom!" JANET MARIE JORDAN "fun" 92 Julius Street f Hartford, Connecticut A Academy Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 41 Canterbury Club 4: French Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Choir. Cheerful personality . . . always has a "hello" for every- one . . . amiable . . . has a capacity for a good time . . feminine pharmacist. wi W-Pig' l FRANCES ANN KACZMAREK "Fran" 40 Wilmoiit Street Hartford. Conneelieut Athletic' Assoviation 41 English fllulm Ig Frenvh tflulm 3: .lunior Choir: Mission tlouneil 3: Whitlry Club 4. Happy and easy-going . . . deceiving: shvness . . . a quiet smile . . . blithe conversation . . . reserved yet fun-loving. 26 ll0SAl,lE BERNADETTFI KICECAN "Rosen 51 Cabot Street Hartford, Connecticut H . Businew Club 4. b Quiek to sympathize . . . happy-gzo-lueky . . . loves a good K joke . . . full of energy . . . never at a loss for words. If 'S' M ,pr ww CAIL ANNE KICENEY "Cuff, I3 Lexington Street Wethersheld. Comieetieut Athletic' Assoeiation l, 2, 45 Business Club 4: English Club l: Clee Club 3, 43 Hamiltonian 4: Junior Choir: Mission Couneil 2: Operetta 4: The Mount Business Staff: Whitby Club 4, Treasurer. Little Tom Thumb . . . eute as a button . . . jolly and energetic . . . contagious laughter . . . sparkplug. U61 : .-- fa, W .W- ANN NOUNAN KELLY "Ann" v . - Q 556 New Rrltaln Au-nnv x Hartford. Connt'r'ti1'ut 7 . . . J , . . t -Xtlili-tw :XNNOVIQIIIUII l. L: f.antc'rl1ury llnh el: hllglllill lluh l, 2: Glu- lflnh 1.13.41 ,lnnior llhmrg llussion Play 12: Sigma Tulliana 3, S1-4-re-tary: Student tfounvil Sc-vrf-tary -1. Never faxed hy an assignment . . . 1 kind word for everyone . . . honor student . . . ellirient and vo-operatiw partaker in school uvtixities . . . "I nearly died l" an " ea!! , ELEANORE ANN KENNEDY "ffl" 231 Cornwall Street A Hartford, Conneetieut Athletit- Assm-iation 2, 3: Chelsea Cluh 4: Foreign Poliry Assoeia- tion 4: .lunior Choir: Latin Cluh 23 Operetta 4. llnpredic-tahle . . . witty remarks . . . freckles galore . . life of the party . . . ofhcial social room pianist. JANE MARIE KENNEY "funn" 29 Farnham Road West Hartford. Connecticut Avzulemy Players 2, 3, 4: Frenvh Cluh 4, Program Chairman: Foreign Poliry Assoviation 4: Clee Club 1, 2. 3, 4: ,Innior Choir: l.arks 3, 4: Red Cross 4: Whitlty Cluh 4, President. Meticulously groomed . . . interested, interesting . . . those summers at Knollwoodl . . . even tempered despite flaming hair. . . Chem. shy. i471 ROBFRTA ANN KING "Roberta" 121 Dover Road West Hartford, Connecticut GLENDA ANN KOURY HCIPVLH 59 Three Rod Road Wilson Connecticut Academy larks 2 3 Athletic Association lg English Club 1, 41 Glee Club l 2 3 Junior Choir Red Cross 3. Friendly cheerful disposition . . . innocent eyes hiding a playful twinkle too busy 'for blues . . . aspiring Florence Nightingale favorite subject-Spanish of Unassuming disposition . always cheerful . . . pretty face with a halo of dark curls . . . competent typist . . . What did you do this weekend?" NANCY ELLEN KINSLEY "Nunn 688 Trout Brook Drive West Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 3, 41 Foreign Policy Association 4g French Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 44 Hamiltonian 2, 3. 4, Associate Editor 3, Co-Editor 45 Junior Choirg Mission Council 3, Publicity Director: Passion Play 2, 3: Whitby Club 4. Sparkling charm . . . dependable ways . . . mischievous twinkling eyes . . . wisdom beyond her years . . . Mountis Tallulah Bankhead and Brenda Starr rolled into one. E483 fi nu-fvs, in-1-7,..,-.-v-,, f., ,.., .. lin, ,gf -- Y.,- s 'Q 'Al M., 'Q IRI-IN Ii IVR ANCIIS KliAMEl'i ..R4'Ill'.. 69 Morningside Street llarlford. Conner-tivut arlm-nn' I'layt-rs I 2, Il, AI: Athletic Association I, 2: CIN-lsva Club I I tht Ilnb I I, .i. -I-1 l.atin Club 2: Passion I'luy 31 Spanish Reserved and quiet . . . a sim-ere friend . . . talented story-teller . . . her faithful pot-ketbook always UOIIIIIIQI in handy . . . l'eter's profile. 1 97 XO' Q lll'.VI',lil,Y AlNNl'. Ixl.lI.IIx0WSIxl "lien . bp xl- .5 Simsbury lioad . C5 Q .Q n, Avon. Connecticut 'xx No' Business Club 4: English Club lg General Svimn-v Club I: ima? gb 0 Club 2, 3, 4. Proud resident of Avon . . . friendly disposilioiif . . ready for fun . . . trusting . . . enjoys life. L f bl O' N09 ga Q 6' JJ J fx Q, X a Club 4. N93 wizard at words. IJOIMIIICS ICLIZA cf' C? Q9 ISICTH KWASNIAK "lim-" 28p llnlvh Point Colony Hartford. Connex-tivnl Athle-tie M-fwialinn I, 2: Business Club 4: English Club 4: Whitby Une of the newer until you get to kn . . . seen at Whitf- members of our 1-lass . . . seems quiet ow her . . . gets along well with everyone Sands in the summer . . . Father Slut-k's f 11 CECILE MARIE l,AFLAlVllVll'l "Cid" 85 Fern Street Hartford, Connecticut Braille Club l: Business Club 4: English Club l, 2, 3, 4: French Club 3: Home Economics Club 3: .lunior Choir: l,ibrary Club l, 2, 33 Red Cross 3. Enthusiasm personified . . . the perfect little homemaker . . . always ready for fun . . . grown-up ways and youthful exuberance . . . an open mind and an open heart. l 4 - 1- , v pri 1 'I 1 I I .. Y 1 fi' 1 Q ' D 5 'lj VIVIAN PAULINE LAMARRE 'glfiif' 8 Arnoldale Road West Hartford. Connecticut Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4: Chelsea Club 43 French Club 3, 43 y I Glec Club l, 2, 3, 4: Junior Choir: Operetta 43 Red Cross 4g Athletic Association 4, Vice-President. Quiet but only in class . . . sociable and sincere . . . a Mount chaufleur . . . casual manner . . . troubles - what are they? ELIZABETH MADELEINPI l,AM0l'Rl'll'X 'gliellyq 55 Park Avenue Wetherslield, Connecticut Art Club 3: Athletic Association 3. 4: French Club 3, 41 .lunior Choirg Library Club 3: Operetta 4: Passion Play 3: Whitby Club 4. "Hold everything - wasn't that Eddy Fisher l heard?" . . . perpetually smiling . . . never a dull moment . . popular music fan . . . vivacious. U03 JHANNE ANNE LAMOITREUX "lmnnf', Braille tflulm 2: Canterbury Cluli. Sevretary 4: Junior Clioirg Latin tfluli 33 The Mount Editorial Stall. Always ready to listen and sympathize . . . Windsor's most faithful daughter . . . unafraid of man. beast. or Father Glynn . . . vornmon sense wearing a smile . . . serenity sparked with joy. 35 Capen Street Windsor. Connecticut NANCY lfVl'il.YN l..xlt0CHPf "N1n1r't'u Mlilvtit- X-sol-iution fl. -l: l"oi's'ig,:n l'olic'y Assoviation lg .lunior t,lion': i5ltllllil Yirgiliana fl: Wliitliy tilulm 4. ,-Xluavs ready lo sliure ai lllllglll . . . u smile for ilu- world . . . vivat- Suuve. 'f ' I l4 Larralnee Street lfasl Hartford. Connie:-lit-ut llusim-sstfluli-1: l'ing1lisl1lfluli2. Sugar and spire 'n' everything nic-e . . . quality comes in small pac-kages . . . 1-alm. 1-ool and c-ollevted . . . 1-onstant 1-lieerlulness . . . "Uh Patty!" 970 Windsor Avenue Windsor. Comieetivut ions . . . :lever u dull moment . . . a dash ol' A-l l51l 40 DIANE ISARRARA LARAIA "IIinnv" I .J . tv um . Lv xx, X X , . QQ, x X Xp us G, tx X Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Braille Club l, 2, Foreign Policy l , c, rt . l' ' . 1 ' . ' 9-Aff' f L, I if l L' tsl ki f K lt lil.. fd It iv . gr -rc t ,f 1' XXX, Ab MARIE ILEEN LAZLO "Bunny, XXL' 90 Thornbush Road ,,,,, Wetbersfield, Connecticut 'G' Association 4: French Club 3, 4, Clee Club 3, 43 Junior Choir: Library Club lg Operetta 44 Passion Play 2, 33 Whitby Club 4. Contagious laughter . . . lover of outdoor sports . . . aspires to being an airline hostess . . . inexhaustible supply of vigor . . . "How about a party?" MARY-ELLEN LEAHY "Mary-15111-n" 43 8, 25 Braintree Drive West Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association l, 2: English Club lg Foreign Policy Associa- N, tion 43 French Club 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2. 3, 4, President 43 Junior Choirg Mission Council 4, Vice-Presidentg Operetta 4: Whitby Club 4. Beauty shines from within . . . music lover . . . natural and cheerful manner . . . never without friends . . . our expert on horses. x. ,' 1, f J Q ' ' ,.. L A .I , , I '. 1 ,- - x. Y , ' V vi 1 ' Z X ,N t, V I , , If ' , . , aight! U Ut I lvl ll'-Ill 'I lwjntifrvfy ,.5Jt it at fm' 'ff-1 5 fl. q .Q P in .f'LOIS ANN LEQSTER , tv' O' ff, "Lift if KL X, JU- 79 Ledger Street "Af ' l Hartford, Connecticut 1 s Business Club 4: English Club 44 Passion Play 3. Sweet and quiet . . . a hidden flair for fun . . . a natural knack for co-operativeness and friendliness . . . unassuming manner and thoughtful ways . . . partial to Misquamicut. i521 JACKLYN MAE LOSTRITTO ufrlekiaf' South Road , Farmington, Conneetieut Athletic- Aswoeiation 2, 41 Foreign I'nliey Assneiation 4: Freneh Club 43 Clee Club 3, 41 ,Iunior Choir: l.utin Club 2: Operella 4: Sigma Tulliana 33 Whitby Club 4. Friendly, sunny disposition . . . forever missing buses . has that pepsodent smil . . . thoughtful of others . . "Wait for me!" f A 0,1 if , , I l K 1 4- ' : "Y 2, 4 X ' ,',' "K, , 1 X, X. 1 1 1 -' i 1- . " .pf Q xg " PATRICIA RUTH LUWRY "Pat" 201 North Main Street 'Zi West Hartford, Connertieut .. Arvhery Team I, 2: Athletic' Assoviation I, 2, 3, Vive-llresident fl, J Secretary 21 Basketball Team l, 2: English Club lg Foreign Iloliey Assoeiation 43 Freneh Club 33 Clee Club I, 2, 3, 4: .lunior Choirg Latin Club 2, 3: Passion Play 2: The Mount Business Staff. Ifpilome of perfection . . . sim-ere and generous . . . pleasant laugh . . . ready parlieipant in sc-hool activities . . . a good friend to have. f nf ,2- -rfpvyf xl Adil , I. - PATRICIA ANN lVlM:NliIl, "Pali, I9 Stillwold Drive S M Welhersfield, Connex-lieul Chelsea Club 4: Us-ne-ral Seienve Club 3, Presidentg .lunior Choir: Operetta 4. Smiling Irish eyes of blue . . . true friend . . . fun to be with . . . ehronie choir member . . . "How be ya?', U31 1 4 C u. -755 ARLEEN ANN MAYEDA "Arlo" Business tflub 4g Clee tflub 3, 4. Enchantingly mischievous . . . refreshing humor . . winning charm . . skilled at sketching. 9 Hanmer Street Hartford. Conuectir-ut . laughing eyes and a sunny smile . . FLORENCE EILEEN MCCARTHY "Flow 183 Cedar Street Newington. Connecticut Atbletim' Association 3: Clee Club 3, 4: Junior Choir: Latin fflub 3: T Operetta 4: Passion Ilay 3: Whitlvy Club 4. Ambitious . . . as partieular about her work as she is about her appearance . . . quiet. polite. and friendly . . . smooth N dancer. DAVETTA KATHLEEN MAYUMIR "IIuwlln" l South Street 1 Suffield. lfonnevtivul English Club I: Frm-na-b Club Ii, 'lg Ut-ru-rul Sei:-lm' t'lub I: Whitby Club 4. Cheerful c-ouutena 4-H er. nee . , . kind ami thoughtful . . . non- clerful pal . . . prize-winning clressmaker . . . entluisiustit- l54l ..'. l - PM l.IM', JAN:-1 Nl1'GllA'I'll '-1',,f1g,' 5,5 71 lmlluy Slrvf-I 11l. "f Xvvsl llurlford. ll0IllIl'f'llI'lll "iff Mlllvliv 'XNN4N'l2lllllll 1.3.3. l. Sf'l'H'l.lIX 2: l'ln-I-vu fhlnlr l: l"l1'lH'll lf-F lfluln fl. 1. ,lunior lilmir Quirla In ro-opvrulv . , , rmnplolvly unwlllslm . . . full ul 'wp . . muy lo 'um . . . vllic-f 01'l'lllHlll0IlNI llli1lllllil1'lllI"lllil 'y wo: prurll ' 51 lun fh r. and distr' urling llllll'lllll'5S. I , , 1 A 1 W f' 0' li' ' ' Wffyy , f' 11' , y '- K . My: f ,Qt 'h l x , ,., . . . , . , -,QQ lrlllxlkl.-X lrlxll, lltlll Ilwl-. ll ,W 1, . ,Hi lu-lwy Slrvvl l ll1u'lfm'1l. l:Ulllll'l'l.ll'lll N 'A llllle-liv xNxlHI.llI4lll l. 2. fl. lg l'lII1lllNll llul: I: lsunrlgm l'olux xNklH'I1lll0ll lg l"ll'll1'll I lull Jig Ulm- llulv Z, ll, lg lunmr Hum l,.l'NIUlI I'I.u lg xxllllllf llnlu li llIN'Il'll4l l. NIMH l,Ul XlcI,.-Kl'iLlll,IX "I.'u,C' "llilXl'I' lllilll l-lll2lllK'l' ami lu . . . juxiall llilllll'l' :mal NIIN1 l'IlN ZH! VCP:-I xlillll SlI'l'l'l XlQ'l'llll'll. ll0llIl1'l'lll'lll M-mlm-:ny l'I.1y1-lx Jig Milla-tin' .'xNN0l'lllllUll I, lg funn-rlnny llulv . .,. '- - -' funnel . ll: l'.Il1lINll K llllu ll lrl'lH'lAill 5ill'll1'l' 1 lull I. Mlm- llulv l. ... .l. lg ' lunlm' llum: lunnn 1,lu-Nu-ul l.l'ilQjlI1' lg Nlnwmn tuumnl I, J: llll-NIUII l'lly -5: llc-ll Lross lg 5ig1nm Vlllllllllllil lg 'llu' Nlounl lfmlilm'-in-I lli4-li 1 law l'l'1'Nlcl4'11I 2: Sllllll'lll llllIlIl'll fi, lfxwplimvllll lilvrury lulvnl . . . full-wlmkvll . . . llum' lnig lunvlmvf . . . llvrnmllwm-N slum-1-vw-ul' . . . "'l'ulriu'r'u iw il Illllly x sc-ml' l5il ulmux lirxl uilll Ll Nmilv , . . immurlulizm-ml "Hr l 1. lllENl'l FIQANCES MCVICICH "frenzy 179 Griswold Drive fi West Hartford, Connecticut Academy Playcrs 23 Athletic Association l, 2, 3: French Club 3, 4: Glec Clulx l, 2, 3. 4: .lunior Choir: l.arks 3, 4: Opcretta 4: Passion Play 2, 3: Red Cross 43 Whitby Clulx 4. Good conversationalist . . . a ready giggle . . . lark-like voice . . . llamlminie . . . a patient and understanding listener . . . Htlh, no kidding!" .ini r 'I at X I , u. iw Q if f' 17 L lg P' Q? .x .- ,X L! S 322 Capen Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association l, 23 Chelsca Club 43 English Cluh l: lforcign Y Choir: Mission Council 1, 33 Operctta 4: Class Treasurer I: Student Councillor 3. Sweetness and sincere interest in others . . . will Inc Iovcd wherever she may he . . . a good student . . . a smile for everyone . . .a real asset to any group . . . 'gYouire kidding!" JOAN FRANCES METZNEH 6gJ06lllfl?,, 96 Victoria lload Hartford, Connecticut J Athlctic Association l, 2, 3, 4: Canterbury Cluh 4: English Club l, Vicc-Prcsidcnt: Foreign Policy Association 4: French Clulm 4, Secre- tary: Clcc Clulm 3, 4: llamiltonian Stall' 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 45 .lunior Choir: Passion Play 3: Sigma Virgiliana 3: Class Prcsident 4: Sccrctalry Studcnt Council 3. Beauty from within . . . unassuming intelligence . . . peace and pleasure . . . co-operation plus . . . Oh! those Hamil- tonian deadlinesl . . . the ideal Mount girl. E563 Al,lCl'i 'llHl'ilil'iSl'i lVll'lHl4lCAN 'cfllicev lolicy Association 4: lfrcnch Clulr 33 Clcc Clulr l, 2, 3, 4: .lunior ,,.-.?,,,,..- '75 H I-ILHN NATHALI A Nll 'l,l,l'IIt "llrlvn" :kllllrtiv ,'ksso4'iution l, 2, Pl, 4: l':llQ,fliNll lflub lg l"or4'ign llolivy K, Passion l'lny 3: Whitby Club 4. - 1 w lall and uillowl with a rronn ol' blonde vurls . . . It y -K. laughable antit-s . . . never a dull moment . . . always hungry . . . "Come on kids. the bunny hop!" jf - ' J.. sf- I' " 5, jf, 'X ,ff A kj I pf! , , A Ljjfl' V' V, ,L-MM V I' f 0. Ml'lill'il, AN! Pi MOYLAN yi JAi1r'4'D7 V 1, 133 North Quaker Lane I .I West Hartford. fionnettit-ut A i f ' -kthlvtii' :Xssnviation 2, 31 l"rr-ru'h flub 3. 4: filer' Club 2, 3, 4: 1 .lunior llioir: l.all'ks 2, Ii, 41 l.1lliIl tflub 23 Mission liounvil 2. 'l'ri-astm-rg Up:-re-tta 41: Passion Play 2. 3: "SI1owboat" 2: Tha- Nlount l'irlitoriul Stall: Whitby Club 4: Class Vive--l'rm-sialvtll 2. l'rodnrvr of the melodious strains of musii' often beard ruining from the loc-ker room . . . star ol "Hansel and Crt-tel" . . . unsurpassed enthusiasm in any undertaking . . . winning smile . . . liked by all. 26 'l'hotnson lload Xvesl Hartford. 1 i0Illll'1'l irut sm-iation -11 l"r1-nt-li Club Ci: .lunior lhoirg l.atin Klub 2, 31 SHICILA ROSE lVllilil'HY ulllllfpllii 578 Park Hoad West Hartford. Connex-tit-ul Atblt-tir Nssnviation Ii, 43 liorvign l'oli4'y Assoriation 4: Fri-nrh lllub 3: .lnnior llhoirz Whitby lflub 4. Dimpled Irish lass . . . natural and vheerful manner . . . 5 fine ability to get along: with people . . . sweet and ron- siderate . . . expert at dancing a jig. U71 it l eMay,JStreet' X A' 1 1- if I West Hartford,lC0l'fYi t il ' Athlrtu Assoelatlon l Z 3 Poreigh-Polimi A 'ggation 4g French um S 3 Z3 Junioutllioirg Latin Club 23 Mission touniil I Whitby tlub 44 Passion 'Play 3. treat klndheartedness jovial laughter . . . an asset to any roup always willing to help a friend . . . MARGAIQHT ANN NAGLH "l'vggy" 649 New lflritain Avenue Hartford. Comiectir-ut Athlf-tiv Aw mm4' iation l. 2. 3. -1: l"rt-nvli tflub 3: tllw- tflub 3, 4: Hamiltonian liusinee-s Stall' 3. tl: .lunior Choir: Passion Play 3: VVhitby tllub fl. A Sense of responsibility mingled with Carefree good times . . . a shoulder to f-ry on and someone to laugh with . . . eyes are the windows of the soul . . . expert on dealing with back-seat drivers . . . still waters fleeked with sunlight. tl, H l I it ,I 3 a it I f 1 I t rf . i hx' I KTA, ! y. 40 tt ll l" ' f , t W GWWW tw ttf' W ICLIQEN KATHICRINE IVHANA "Elini" 21 Vanderbilt lioad lvest Hartford. Conneetirut Atliletit- Assoi-iation 4: Canterbury tllub 43 Foreign l'olit-y Assoria- tion 4g l"rem'h Club 3, 4: .lunior tilnoirg Library Club 3, 4, l'ri-side-nt 4: Red Cross 33 The Mount Husiness Staff. A born vomedian . . . delightful conversationalisl . . . sweet disposition . . . as happy a girl as any in the norld . . . Uh. that math rlassl i591 26k til-INKVII-IVE Hl.lZAl4H'l'll 0l.liXlJl1lt "jwnm"' 29 W'ootll1ri1lge Street Hartlortl. tQonnet'tit'ut llusnu-ss tilnb 4 l'n ll h tlub l tlu tlub l Inln ux tlnb l Eyes on a business eareer . . . nexer burtlenetl by uorrit-5 -lr - .-.I V .. . . . . mischief maker . . . "What about tbowe louler!f" . . 'Y-. vxpressne eyes. I uv. ' Q I lll'Il.lCN NANCY U'fNlCll, "Nam-3 S40 North Heat-on Street llarllorfl. CtHlllL't'llt'lIl 'ttlllc-luv 'X-sovlatlon l. 21, Ii, -1: l"rt-Nlnnun lit'IPfl'N4'lllllllU' I: lvulllvl bury llub -l: lfnglisll t.lulx lg Fu-lull t.lub 31 ,lunim Lama.: Pawion l'la1y LI: lluw Sw-retary l, 2. Nt'lllltt'ws prexails . . . gootl sport . . . bas fun illl,Xtlll'It blt ul with naturally rurly lovlir- . . . xarution low: li L L LLXL' 1" . J A or Ml 1 4 W 11 V ll tfb Nfl L j lj J flxflfjjj M',,l,' 41, ' I IA , by 3 ANNEtIl'It1Il,IAtbltllllt I 1 Huqm-Q tlub 4, Vl1't'-IlTt'5ltlt'lll1 .lunior tfboirg Real truss ll. lrrewislable lrish volleen . . . sweet and ronsiflt-rule . . . brings sunshine to the darkest tlay . . . lilel at boul of 4-berries . . . her beauty is ber inner t'0llll'lllllIl'Ill Slllllllllil lllI'0llXLIll. T8 Saint Charles Street West Hartlortl. tfonneelirut U91 .1 K KATHRYN MARY 0'SHEA "Kitty" 85 LeMay Street 3 West Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association l, 25 Foreign Policy Association 4, French Club 45 Clee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Junior Choir: Sigma Tulliana 3, Treasurer, Whitby Club 4. Mirror ol' courtesy and sweetness . . . typical Irish lass . . . subtle quips . . . llair for fashions . . . good driver. 10 Woodland Avenue Bloomfield, Connecticut Academy Players 2, Athletic Association 2, 44 Chelsea Club 45 Junior Choirg Latin II Club 35 Orchestra 4-Q Red Cross 3. A born actress . . . sweet and sincere . . . subtle humor . . . a gay and happy spirit . . . plays a 'lcooll' clarinet. ff x Ja ,i rfb by lj Fl exft, jtiijiw i+f,715l'f tluitwf tiff. . DOROTHY JANE PALSHAW "' "Doi, 46 Annawan Street Hartford, Connecticut :- Athletic Association l, 2, 3, Business Club 4g Junior Choirg Mis- sion Council 2: Spanish Club 4-g The Mount Editorial Staffg Whitby Club 41 Class President 3. True school spirit . . . cheerful attitude . . . contented with life . . . delightfully fragile . . . St. Peter's little dynamo. 560 y' JOAN MARY OTTOWITZ "Manic" 62 Mba-4-oL-0lfc,1 fp4,o2.. LL!-C136 Cffzf Z , CP :5c3i,1:,42,4L . 5f'f22 .a4fQz. 4Z4:z,,c, cibffef 215615127 ' .5 -A-f En.i,r.N ANN PI 317 Capen Street A Hartford, Connecticut CJ4, 5 v Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Foreign Policy Association 4: French 0 Club 33 English Club 1, 4: Clee Club 1. 2, 4: Latin Club 2: Junior Choir: Uperetta 43 Passion Play 23 The Mount Business Stuff, Fun loving nature pleasantly tinted with seriousness . . . outstanding organizer . . . dependable . . . seldom seen with a book . . . fires many a discussion with her interest and enthusiasm. WEP' x Aiea 4, VIRGINIA ANN POTTER "Ginny" K 24 Laurel Avenue Wiiidsor. Connecticut Athletic Association 2, 3. 4: Chemistry Club 4: English Club l: Foreign Policy Association 4: .lunior Choir: Latin Club 21, Opcretta 4: Sigma 'l'ulliana 3: Whitby Club 4. A Loomis router . . . Little League fan . . . pounds thc ivories . . . limitless suggestions for rainy afternoons . . . an unspoiled outdoor girl. -.1-P' -'11 - 4- -. gr.- ',:.:t..:nuliAfM:? aw.- IOAN FRANCES PRIBYSON ufoaniev 97 Barker Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 3, 43 Business Club 4: Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 .lunior Choirg Mission Council 33 School Representative to C.Y.A. 3, 4. Wonderful girl with a smile from ear to ear . . . easy to get along with . . . holds up her end of the conversation . . . enthusiastic supporter of C. Y. A .... remember biology and choir, Joanie? i611 'lf ad IVIARGUT PATRICIA QUINN I'l'azsyH -'I-3 West Hartford. fi0tIltt'l'lIt'IlI Athlvtiv Assovizition I, 2: Front-I1 tilub 3, II: Foreign Policy Associa- tion 4: .luniur lllioirg Library Club I: Opera-tta 4g Passion Play IZ, 3: Whitby tllub -I: The Blount Business Staff. Steady flow of vhatter . . . Uhl she danves in sueh a way . . . sports enthusiast . . . patron of Howard's . . . unc petite Iille pleine de vivre. ' 9 . tl ,.- Q 'Ii MARILYN ANN Qlilflllfti ".lli1'lf1'yu 40 Ilarmund l'lac-e Vlfethersfield. Conner-tif-ut Athletic Assovizuion 1, 2, 3, 4: Canterbury Club fl: Ifnglish tlluh 1: Foreign Polivy ftssoviution AI: I'lt'f'Ilt'lt Club 3: Rell Cross 3. Never seen without a smile . . . possesses unusual sense of humor . . . likes and is liked by everyone . . . fllielfs "Giuseppe lla Barber" V- unforgettable . . . "lsn'l that a howllll " MH W f M fWifMf" 1 . ' , CV ffrifd I Zyl!!! 1 ,AXLF ' - if My ' tw? f Qfffjj My 'Q Lilley Iload I'A'I'IiICIA ANN KADIGAN "Pat" 33 Iloswell lload West Hartford. Ilonnertir-ut l .Xthletic Association I, 23 English tilub Ig Frenrh Club 2, 3: W'Iiitby Club 4. Pride of the Iourth period history class . . . enthusiastic: worker in magazine drive . . . pleasant and friendly dis- position . . . independent hut open minded . . . always generous with her smile. tm XI.-XIII IDI' lililli NIJIII-I 11511 Igl'tNltlYll'XK lIlt'l'l'li4't' llarllorcl. r:OIllll'I'lIl'llI 1.111111-1l1111x Illllll I lu 1 11111 P11 I1 I1 Illlll I lllllllt Illlly I tvlt-1-1.l11l1 I. -. .I. I lllllltlt Illllll l 1 11111 l'l1x I :X tlignitlul l1i1114lly. lltlll Slllftlt' 111111111114 . . . lou, lI1lIl1't' . . . .1l11.1x 1ln11111tl1l1l1 lmltx 1 1 111111111 :1s11i1'111g Il'il1'lll'l' ., I Al'll,l'INl'l KIMIIICIIIJY l'lll,I'lY "Riley 1Xtl1lvti1' 'Isso1'i:1tio11 I. 2: 12111111-rl1ury lllula 43 Forvifgn Polivy .'xSSU4'lllIl0Il I t.l1-o filulm IZ, 3, -I: .lllnior Choir: Latin Clulm 23 tlIIt'l'Q'IIZl -I' l'awion l'l1w I 3 t COIIQICIIILII IIILIIIIIPI' . . . varnest student . . . quiet and 0ll1t'ic'11t uorlwr . . . a loyal classmate . . . fricml WOTIII l1a1vi11g1. MARY ANNIC RICH "Rirl1if-" IOS lioml Street l'lz11'll'orfl. flo1111e1'tir'11t Ml1l1-tit' -X-N-11-111114111 I. 2. II: Fl't'Il1'll tfluln -1: Clvf' ffl11l1 2, 3. 4: Junior lllwir: Latin Club 21 Op:-rt-tta 4: Passion Play 2, 3: Wl1itl1y' tllulr AI. Loyal ,Allgfllhlllllllll . . . 1-ontagious laughter . , . lufllllllqti own clxattcrbox . . . serious and capable when the or-1-asion flemamls . . . seated Sundays at the organ. 715 lllotmtain lioafl Xvcvst Hartford. Co1111c1rtit-11t l65fl BARBARA ANN ROGERS "Barb', 70 Bonny View Road "9 West Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Business Club 4: English Club 23 General Science Club 3: Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Choir. Brightens a gloomy day . . . dimpled cheeks . . . faithful 63 friend . . . full of life . . . knits a fancy cable. VIVIAN LENORA ROGERS "Vi1f' 94 Davenport Road West Hartford, Connecticut Business Club 43 Daughters of the Nile 43 ,lunior Choir: Mission Council 1, 2. Sports enthusiast . . . history lover . . . "you doll" . . . heartiest of laughs . . . not a Care in the world . . . drives "The Mountls armored carv. RUTH MARY ROMANELLI "R11th' 20 Eastview Street Hartford, Connecticut Aczulemy lllayf-rs 2, 3. 4: Athletic Association l: English Club 2: French Club fl, 4: Clee Club 3. 4: Latin Club 2: Whitby Club 4 Clever with pencil and brush . . . enviable curly hair . . quiet ways . . . calm in any crisis . . . makes you feel special i643 MARY JULIA RONAYNE "Mare,' A i 'V 140 Bonner Street Hartford. Connecticut Glen' Club 3, 4: Operetta 41 Whitby Club 4. i Soft spoken . . . pleasant smile . . . straightforward and sincere . . . beautiful long black tresses . . . Mount via Cathedral. f ' Q . X , f V. rflgzgff' Y . fb lZ""if.f"ii , ' We ,W 1- BPITSY CATHERINE ROSS "Betsy,' ll? I 270 Hartford Avenue Wethersfield. Comiectieut Canterbury Club 4: Foreign Policy Assoviation 4: .lunior Choirg Sigma Tulliana 3: Sigma Virgiliana-1. Sweet smile . . . intriguing charm . . . zest for living . . desirable 1-ompanion . . . "Yes. thatis my namelv My 527 :iff ff? Jl'lAN MARIE ST. AMANIJ "lean" K, 13 Pulliam Street 'S A' ' Hartford. Connecticut my " S 4 .1 A- Athletic Assoviation 3: Whitby Club 4. 'A 55'-ip: Expressive hazel eyes sparkling with vitality . . . tremendous sense of humor . . . easy to get along with . . . trim appear- 'F K ance . . . vrops her own curls. i651 .,fvr,, , . '. .'.,..At,++i,e.-K, . .L W ,tw .. . . . winsome ways . . . an entertaining companion. 595 Goodwin Street lfast Hartford. Connecticut Academy Players 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Hamiltonian 2, 3: Junior Choir: Junior Classical League- 4: latin Club 2. 3. 43 l.ibrary Club 2: Mission Council l. 2: Oper:-tta 4: Passion Play 2. 3: The Mount Business Staff: Whitby tllub 4. Fun-loving . . . conscientious student . . . how do you manage all those committees. Frannie? . . . sincere friend ...not as quiet as you think! K RICTTY-KAY SHICA "Bet" 'J 137 Westland Avenue 4 West Hartford. Connecticut English Club l: French Club 3, 4: Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Choir: Operetta 41 Whitby Club 4. Poised and gracious . . . cheery smile . . . beautiful eyes 81 West Robbins Avenue Newington. Connecticut Prr-sid:-nt: Clee Club 2. 3, 4: .lunior Choir: Operetta 4: Sigma Tulliana 3: Sigma Virgiliana 4: Whitby Club 4. Smiling Irish eyes . . . pleasant voice and infectious laugh . . . an enthusiastic. helpful worker . . . our narrator for the shadow play and leading "man" of the operetta . . . forever getting those Ais. we FRANCES MARGARET SCVLLI "Fran" CAROL THERESE SHEA "Carol,' Academy Players 4: Athletic Association 2, 3: French Club 4, ' .' ,ef , , Ar ' A "E N Llllll t AN Y LOBIHE SHEA 'fwmy' t 'af rf fy 1 Hillcrest Road V 'Y X X East Hartford, Connecticut .NX Armdemy Players,2, 3k fXQ1letic Association 2, 3, 4: French Club ij! 5 .A 3, '4: Cleo Club 3, 4g ,nuker Choir: Latin Club 2: Red Cross 3: ', 'N 'Whitby Cluh l H , -f x . if fl' 1ChatQer galore . .x. changeable green eyes and black hair kl Q . . . life of the party . . . Town Hall girl . . . future East 'Qs A ,4 P' 'gf Hartford political executive. 16 Summer Street East Hartford. Connecticut . 1 ' t'7ff2 flew! A 4 if , . ' f ,f ' y fm Lf Obb A .L 'A A f ' ' f wt c if MW My 'M' Q! J 13, 'tw J JEAN ELIZABETH SIPPLES "ff-nn," 34- Grandview Terrace Wethersheld. Connecticut Athletic Association l, 2. 3: French filuh 3. 4: .lunior Choir: l.atiu tilulr 2: lllission Council 2, 3: Passion Play 2. 3: Wliitlmy' Cluh 4: Student Council l. Keen sense of humor . . . a nickel for Peter . . . need a " ii . . . fits of mirth . , East Hartford commuter. PATRICIA ARLINE SHI-fl-IHAN "Patil Business tfluln 1: English Clulm 2, 3: Clem- Cluh 3, 4. Fancies fun and frolic . . . friendly . . . mischievous eyes liahy-sitter? . . . enjoys those cold walks up the hack hill . . . an asset to the teaching profession. wi PATRlClA LOU SMALL "Tiny,' l90 Beacon Street W. 6 Hartford. Connecticut Atlila-tic Association l, 2. 33 English Club l, 3: French Club 3, 4: .luninr Cliuir: Latin Club 2: Opcretta 4: Passion Play: Whitby 4 Petite and cute . . . right at home on the tennis court . . . ' tiny miss driving a big car . . . a natural for fun-any- where. anytime . . . "the greatest!" J, W fltffvfyff it A i ' JUNE-RAE SOMERS "june" 1 Tower Road V East Hartford, Connecticut Academy Players 2, 3, Athletic Association 2, 3: Chelsea Club 4: Clee Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2: Red Cross 33 Spanish Club 4. 'long John" . . . touch of freckles and copper hair . . always ready with a friendly smile . . . good-natured . . easy-going. ROSALIND ANN SULLIVAN NROZH 98 Dauntless Lane Hartford, Connecticut Academy Players 43 Athletic Association 3, 4, Chelsea Club 4, President, Foreign Policy Association 45 Clee Club 3, 43 Junior Choir: Junior Classical League 4: Operctta 45 Sigma Tulliana 4g Sigma Virgiliana 3. Easy-going . . . full of laughs . . . no worries about home- work . . . HLet's harmonize" . . . wltis been greatlw E683 SHEILA PATRICIA SULLIVAN "Sully,' 1563 Boulevard West Hartford, Connecticut Academy Players 3, 4: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4: Canterbury Club 4: Foreign Policy Association 41 Junior Choirg Junior Classical League 41 Latin Club 2: Sigma 'l'ulliana 3: Sigma Virgiliana 43 The Mount Editorial Stall, Sparkling vitality . . . looks on the bright side of life . . . a welcome friend . . . has the wit of the Irish . . . yet a mite serious withal. MARY MARGARET TIERNAN 6'Mare" 488 Burnside Avenue East Hartford, Connecticut Chelsea Club 4: Clee Club 3, 41 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 4. Talking eyes . . . never in a hurry . . . a welcome asset to any group . . . "Comb, please" . . '4Margaret Mary" . . . "You hate me!" CAIL DUNBAR TOFANI Hcaila' 8 Maiden Lane Farmington, Connecticut Athletic Association 2, 3, 4: Foreign Policy Association 43 French Club 3, 41 Clee Club 2, 3: Junior Choirg Latin Club 24 Operetta 4: Whitliy Club 4. Quiet. reserved . . . lover of music . . . neat appearance . . . conscientious student . . . loyal friend . . . partial to Farmington. E691 M ELIZABETH ANNE TOPA "Betty Annan in 77 Sargeant Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association 43 Canterbury Club 4g French Club 4. Makes friends easily . . . fun loving . . . source of much laughter . . . talented at trig . . . "Let's take our timef, X . ADELAHJE VISCONTI '6Adelal'de,, 2000 Broad Street Hartford, Connecticut Athletic Association lg English Club lg French Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Choirg Latin Club 2g Mission Council 23 Passion Play 2: The Mount Business Staffg Whitby Club 4. A loyal friend with a keen sense of humor . . . very well f I liked . . . beautiful smile . . . partial to Misquamicut . . vivacious and cheerful . . . 'LI donit believe it!" M' fn!! - Lt ' .07 'Q Z 263 Pratt Street Meriden. Connecticut 4: Clce Club 3, 4: Hamiltonian Staff 4: .lunior Choir: Operetta 43 Orchestra 4: The Mount Business Staff, Manager: Whitby Club 4. Apple red cheeks and sparkling brown eyes . . . intellectually competition for any seamstress. I I A U03 ff Jr' L' I W f 11 X X .L f x frft - JOAN ANN WANAT ulrvanniff' Athletic Association l: Business Club 4, President: French Club 3, alert . . . efiicient business manager of the "Mount" . . . MARILYN MARIE WISE 226 Nott Street Wethersfield Business Club 4: English Club 2 Unpredit-table . . . quick with repartee . . . immune to worry . . . facetious . . . lover of relaxation. 6cMare95 , Connecticut 1 Opt-retta 4: Whitby Club 4. SHIRLEY ANNE YIISCAVITCH "ShirIf-y" 1008 Matianuck Avenue Windsor. Connecticut Athletic' Association I, 2, 3. 4: Frenvh Club 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Choir: Mission Council 41 Whitby Club 4. Untroubled waters . . . deliberative mind . . . equal to all occasions . . . enthusiastic sharer in good times . . . "Someday my prints will come." S- ni - ,,,,-,.-.--fit X . 'N . .- T 'YQ -4-1-v. emi' . .git X. 5 s I.: 721 W NW-f t ' tavv- - I ,I H " 1- Q. if avi 'V' 1. A ' .t .17--Vi...-I-.. .W , -,.,.-. l, 'Qhlhin....4' -on C9 great Saint Hlnsepli, rliaste spouse uf e immarulate uirgin, obtain fur us the grace tu perform all nur artiuns tnitli the purest intentinn nf pleasing 05nd X X When We Were Freshmen- Fall Confident eighth-grade graduates, we lost some of our self-assuranre on that first climb to the heights. September fourteenth was a maze of high-reilinged halls, varnished woodwork, and slippery stairrases. All the other students looked so much older and 011 so much more skilled in the 'gin's and out's" of academy routine! Unce we began to attach names to smiles, we were allowed to ronduct our first class election. Marjorie Fish became our president. Vir'e-pres- ident. lletty Hurley, ser-retary, Nancy 0'Neilg and treasurer. Alive Mehegan aided her in the task of launc-hing our four-year career. Uvtober brought the I-lallowe'en Party at whit-h the juniors laughed as we paraded before the judges. Carefree Glenda Koury was voted fun- niest as 'The Monkey Man." "The Kandy Kidsll, Mary Hallahan and Mary Martha Flaherty, won the prize as the prettiest, while Mary Ellen Flah- erty lumbered up to receive her award as most original. In November. Father Lang, a Passionist. di- rerted our retreat. For the first time, we forgot our year-round zeal for wisdom and concentrated on an increase in grace. Wfntr'r The Christmas play gave us our first taste of yuletide spirit at the Mount. A Carol sing. organized hy S. M. Amadeus. took place at St. Mary's Home. En masse. we ehanted heartily. distributed gifts. and unwittingly imparted a hit of our youthful exuberance to the loneliness of old age. Spring Heralding spring. freshmen families were enter- tained hy the singing of Mrs. l.angton. Over re- freshments. proud parents met tear-hers who. to our amazement, had only nive things to say. ln May. we assembled outdoors to crown Mary as our Queen. On May 18 at the Clee Club Convert. freshmen in the audienre applauded both the freshmen on the stage and their year-old Alma Mater. Mission Day saw busy members of '54 dashing from Wfhite Elephant Sale. to Dart Came. to Doll Raffle-taking in money and giving away laughter. Exams behind us. our first year r-losed on the North Campus. Adding the gaiety of full skirts to the brightness of the day. we swung to the calls of the square dance into a brand new summer holiday. 1-1 y VL we 1 ARD ,Q me -.V ' Y I lA As Sophomores in 52- Fall Home again to a routine almost welcome after thc months of freedom. After a few weeks of ac- climalion to study. we decided to again invite our parents to witness our accomplishments. On Hal- Iow'e'en we entertained with a play befitting the season. sending shivers of fear and delight through the appreciative audience. Filled with new-found confidence, the Latin II Class wrote and enacted a play for their class- mates dealing with the Mythological "Origin of the Seasons". Thanksgiving came and we again went into re- treat-showing our gratitude to Cod and begging new favors under the guidance of Father Cyprian Jones. a Capuchin. Winter In an effort to bring a Merry Christmas to shut-ins. we traveled to the Harriet l. .lones Home with entertainment. gifts. and conversation. de- parting with tears of joy in our eyes to match those of our new-found friends. A surprise awaited us on our return to school -one hour exams which radically revised our study habits. As the Easter Season neared. plans got under way for the Passion Play. ln its series of tableaux. the suffering of Calvary was con- trasted with the triumph of the Resurrection. Our hearts awoke to spring to the tune of Clee Club rehearsals in preparation for the May per- formance. Mission Day arrived with sophomore contri- butions of movies, refreshments. and a fashion show adding to the success of the day. Field Day dawned with sophomore gymnasts displaying evidences of their athletic skills. Our last official act under class officers. Mary Lou McLaughlin. presidentg Muriel Moylan. vice- presidentg Nancy 0,lYeil. secretary: and Betty Hurley. treasurer. was the Senior-Sophomore Party. A song in honor of the Class of '52. composed es- pecially for the occasion. highlighted an afternoon of guessing games. a scavenger hunt and refresh- ments. Afterwards. graduating seniors and po- tentialhjuniors left to begin a new chapter in their lives. I 761 Then We were Juniors- F all September days found us once again at the Mount. This year, however, we walked through the familiar halls with a new sense of importance, for at last we were upperclassmen. Soon after we returned to school, we elected to lead our class four capable Mounties: president, Dorothy Pal- shawg vice-president, Barbara Bailey, secretary, Colette Dolin: and treasurer, Rita D'Auria. Class activities began quickly and summer memories faded. One of our first functions as the junior class was the traditional Hallowe'eri Party for our younger sisters, the freshmen. Days passed and then a spirit of quiet peace and holiness pervaded the corridors as we made our yearly re- treat under the guidance of Rev. Richard Walsh. Winter Fall days were followed by brisk wintry weather. On Foundation Day our beloved Bishop, the Most Reverend Henry J. 0,Brien, visited us once again, gladdening our hearts with a promised holiday. Then it was not long until the senior's caroling voices rang out from the loggia and Christmas vacation began. We returned to school with the prospect of mid- year exams in the not too distant future. Then, with the senior class, we celebrated the departure of exams with a dance, "The Skaters, Waltz." The Annual Parents' Night was the junior class's next venture. The array of talent presented hy our classmates both delighted and amazed the audience. Then, we, a busy class, began preparations for the Lenten Shadow Play, the presentation of which brought vividly to the minds of parents and class- mates the Passion and Resurrection of Christ. Spring During Easter week we turned out in gala at- tire for our first formal at the Mount. After vacation the end of classes loomed on the horizon and preparation for the closing ac- tivities began. Voices of the Junior Choir could be heard second periods as we practiced for grad- uation. At long last the eagerly anticipated day of our junior year arrived. In an impressive and solemn ceremony we received our senior chapel caps and rings from our senior sisters. None of us will ever forget that proud day. The weeks were filled with various activities. A highly successful Mission Day was followed by field day at which time the juniors demonstrated the art of modern dancing. Final exams behind us, we spent a day pic- nicking at Lake Compounce. Then, prior to com- mencement, we mistily bid an official farewell to the seniors. One by one the class activities had sped by, until the last one remained-Commence ment. Eagerly the members of the Junior Choir raised their voices in tribute to the Class of '53, It was on that same afternoon as we watched the seniors leave the Cathedral we realized that a dream of three years had come true. We were the seniors at lastl! Seniors at Last! Fall Summer over. we. the Seniors, returned to the Mount and reorganized immediately under the leadership of Joan Metzner. presidentg Barbara Bailey. vice-presidentg Colette Dolin, secretary, and Marjorie Fish, treasurer. As days passed. our talk seemed limited to dis- t-ussion of class pictures and the preparation of our yearbook. Preceding Thanksgiving vacation we had our last Mount retreat with Reverend J. G. Bernier, S.S.S.. officiating. The words of wisdom he im- parted will not soon be forgotten. Follouing retreat, we enjoyed our first dance of the year-The Fall Frolic. Winter On Foundation Day, we were honored to have as our guests His Excellency Henry J. O'Brien, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Hartford, and the Most Reverend John F. Hackett, Auxiliary Bishop of Hartford. As December holidays neared, we proudly presented the traditional loggia carol sing. The operetta, Hansel and Cretel, demonstrated weeks of hard work. well worthwhile. We climaxed February with a pre-Lenten dance. Soon Mission Day arrived and, as ever, proved to be a great success. -SELL! Spring In May, on our annual Parents' Night, Mary Louise Hickey entertained us with her presentation of Life With Mother. In quick succession, we joined in our last May crowning, our last Clee Club Concert, our last Field Day, Final exams came and went. Our studies were over! How we enjoyed the Class Will and Prophecy read on Class Night! How proud we were of the long-awaited yearbooks! Finally, clothed in the colors of the rainbow and with hearts light and gay, we were dancing at the best dance of all-the Senior Prom. On Recollection Sunday, just preceding Com- mencement, we reviewed our spiritual gain here at the Mount and resolved to strengthen still fur- ther our spiritual life. Our friend, Father Bernier, again imparted advice for future years. To know our Faith and put it into action, to respect our superiors, and to love neighbor as self for love of Cod-these are the principles with which we have been indoctrinated. The light of the Blessed Sacrament has shone in a special way in our activities for four years. We pray that that same light may illumine our lives, making them worthy tributes to the Catholic education we re- ceived at Mount Saint Joseph Academy. -- -Y..-1 Alice Mr'Carthy Presizlent 49-s "UN ...l 781 06 UNIUR Q4 ami .Q 'Q avi' 'YQ' Tv Carol Scully Secretary 'fx cv. Ti CLASS Mary Gilmore Vice-President ,-? 3' Lorraine Dionne Treasurer U9 r' Virginia Sheehan President L '55, SOPHO GRE CLASS funn- 4 . Elaine Leonard Treasurer Nancy 0'C0nnor Vice-President S4 .ws IJJXI Y: gl s .f FRESHMA 'Q Wi' Patricia Casey President Mary Potter Vice-President Sally Breen Treasurer Nancy Sc-ulli Secretary "'b L f83 841 UQ S. .v,4 I fn. .f , 4 O x 1 3.0.0 ' Q 9 Q 5 ogg... f ca" , 1 . x ' 1 ':'0"I-T 5 Q . 'f D461 -3 'vi , Front Row, left to right: Nancy Kinsley, Esther Stewart, Charlene Cianetti, ,loan Metzm-r. Smvnrui Row: Patrivia Calla, Patricia Clark, Eleanorc Leonard, Marion Joy, Mary Clare Burke, Shirley Mazotas. Margaret Ne-idorer. Editorial Stag What they can do with a speck of news! Nancy Kinsley, .loan Mctzner Co-Editors Business Slay? A bigger task just means greater satisfaction. Loft tu right: Geraldine- Risley, Margaret Nagle, Colette Dolin, joan Wanat. llvtly .'xl7l'!lI11f'li. .loycelyn Mazotas, Mary Jane- Edwards. Through the endlf-ss efforts of its stalls and the almlv direction of lhoir adviser. our Hamiltonian has ever proven a paper of which any Mountie r-an justly hoast. ll the "proof of the pudding is in the eating." the-n thc proof of its worth should he found in the reading. Therefore. we r-an truly say our paper speaks for itself. Sistf-r M. Natalie Adviser fav A medley of time and ejort results in harmony. Though only in its infancy, our school orchestra under the direction of Mr. Frank Carrigan has 0 proved itself to be a worthwhile undertaking. We not only proudly sing its praises but wish it the best of luck in all its future undertakings. As representatives of the student body, our S Student Council intercedes for us in time of need and also sees that Mount traditions are upheld by all. ' Council These "Mounties" always catch the culprit. Seated: Barbara Shea, Ann Kelly lVice-Presidentl, Bar- Standing: Nancy Crowley, Jeanne Morrissey, Ann Briggs, bare Bailey fPresidentl, Betty Hurley, Marjorie Fish- Marjorie Eagan, Colette Dolin, Joan Metzner, Judith Zane, Mary Clare Burke, Patricia Clark. 'Q 49 U C 'U 'Q Front Row, left to right: Nancy Costello, Judith Zane, Marie Cogan, Eleanor llohrzynski, Brenda Goulet, Kath- erine Eliersold, Marjorie Osden. Second Row: Carol Shea, Miriam Johnson, Frances Sculli, Rita D'Auria, Mary Ellen Flaherty, Joanne Fitzgerald, Karen Fryer, Lois Cerilli. Third Row: Mary Klett, Mary Jane Chapin, Susan Heitseh, Katherine Joyce, Betty Andrews, Ruth Romanelli, Patricia Mullins, Gail Hills, Alice McCarthy, Janet Jor- dan, Nancy Greene, Joan Rosensweig, Barbara Bailey, Jane Kenney, Rosemarie Pelletier, Virginia Budds, Angela Balesano. cadem Players "All the world's n stage . . Sister M. Evelyn Adviser : ,f ff-ef. Seated: Mary Ann Cebelein, Rita D'Auria, Betty Hurley, Mary-Ellen Leahy, Carol Scully, Anne Meighan. Stand- ing: Jacqueline Morgan, Mary Lou Hartnett, Charlene Cianetti, Shirley Yuscavitch, Charlotte Barbour, Patricia '4And the second is like unto this, love thy neighbor as thyselff' The importance of this mes- sage and the joy one can find in heeding it has been wisely taught and gratefully received. It is to these, our Mission Councillors and their adviser, Sister Marion, that we owe a vote of thanks for a task well done. Braille Club They help provide many enjoyable reading hours for the blind. l Lowry, Pauline Morin, Marion Carpenter, Betty-Rae Fitzgerald, Colette Dolin, Alice McCarthy, Regina Tyszka, Virginia Sheehan. Carol Coleman, Barbara Shea, Rosemary Condon, Mary Ann Slowick. Their brothers? Why any of His brethren. Mission Council Seated: Rosemary Condon, Lorraine Bernier, Barbara Chamberlain, Ann Benson. Standing: Betty Higgins, Mary Anne Delirancesco, Peggy Cogan, Celestina Lamour, Mary Clare Burke, Mary Bagg, Patricia Clark. Cs QD A smile. the only pay worthwhile. ' r- - A. lane Kenney and Marjorie Fish wrap bundles calculated to give joy. Red Cross ,J x - Vivian l,amarre experienees the glowing pleasure of cheer- ' ' ful giving. 'fi Seated: Joy Henderson, Patrieia Mullins, Judith Nowa- Greene, Martha 0'Reilly, Naney Crowley, Barbara Cowles, kowski, Virginia Willett, Marjorie Fish, Mallory Hamill. Judith Mahoney, Vivian Lamarre, Charlene Cianeni, Pa- Loretta Highherger. Standing: lane Kenney, Betty-Rae tricia Royer. Fitzgerald, Sheila Sullivan, Kathleen McCarthy, Nancy i921 .53-2.-. CANTERBURY CLUB Standing: Janice Chartier lpresidentl. First Row: Vir- ginia Haigis, Ann Kelly, Betsy Ross, Mary Lou Rice. Second Row: Carole Briggs, Gail Hafner, Anne Darrow, Sheila Sullivan, Jeanne Lamoureux, Mary Crillin. Third Row: Ellen O'Hara, .loan Metzner, Sally Brewer, Betty Hurley, Marjorie Fish, Nanry 0'Neil, ,lanet Jordan. "1-U-rw t F Y? ,,. vs l 1 al ii!! "Ziyi -.Pi "Whan that Aprille with his shoures soote . . .' En lish Clubs If you are a poet, actor, novelist, or orator, the English Clubs prove to be your long-awaited opportunity to display your talents. However, for those girls whose talents lie in some other Held. a treasure of enjoyment and knowledge is found. "Sleep no more, Macbeth does murder sleep . . CHELSEA CLUB Front Row, left to right: Joan Ottowitz, Eleanore Kennedy, Mary-Lloyd Carey, Joan Cori, Alice Mehegan, Franqoise de- Chabert, Patricia Colturi, Rosalind Sullivan, Barbara Bailey. Second Row: june Somers, Monica Baker, Patricia MacNeil, Irene Kramer, Pauline McGrath, Mary Martha Flaherty, Rita D'Auria, Vivian Lamarre, Colette Dolin. "My mind to me a kingdom Ls." hitb Club Latin Club vividly presents, through variated discussions. the masterpieces and historical back- ground that vontributed to the glory and splendor of ancient Rome. Ojicers Seated: Marion Carpenter fSecrelaryl, ,lane Kenney lPresidentl, Maureen Daly fVire-Pres' identl, Gail Keeney lTrea.su,rerl. Standing: Dorothy Palshaw fffouncillorl, Mary Donahue fCou.nrillorl, Nancy Greene fffouncillorl. L tin Club Left to right: Mary Griffin, Betsy Ross, Sheila Sullivan Loretta Highberger, Rosalind Sullivan, Frances Sculli, Carol Clark, Sally Brewer, Carol Shea. Rome was never like this. wo Si, Si, let's do the Mexican Hat Dance! French Club Front Row. left to right: Nancy Kinsley, .loan Cyr, Jane Kenney, Carol Clark, Joan Metzner, Carol Shea, Second Row: Mary Ellen Flaherty, Betty Lamoureux, Betty-Kay Shea, loan Cori, Marie Cogan. Third Row: Pauline McGrath, Patricia Colturi, loan Wanat. Fourth Row: Vivian l,amarre. Cail Hafner, lrene McVeigh. Fifth Row: Betty Abramck, Carol Novak, Vir- ginia llaigis. Our, nous parlons francais. I panish Club ' Front Row, left to right: loan Ottowitz, Dorothy Palshaw. Second Row: Rita ll'Auria, lidwina Cooney, Mary-Lloyd Carey, lrene Kramer, Glenda Koury. Third Row: Mary Martha Flahcrtv, Francoise deflhabert, Barbara Bailey, Florenvr' McCarthy. Adviser: Mother M. Rinalrlo. The Modern Language Clubs, both French and Spanish, through their various activities bring to the students a knowledge of the country's history. customs, and artistic background as well as its language. Front Row. left to right: ,loan Metzner, Betty Ann Topa, Betsy Ross. Pat Radigan, Catherine Canivan, Ellen O'Hara, .loan Cori. Betty l.ainourenK. Rosalind Sullivan. Second Row: Marie Cogan, Nancy Kinsley, Jane Kenney, Diane Basney, Sheila Murphy, ,Indy lleisler, Carol Clark, Nancy l.aRoche. Pat Lowry, Loretta llighberger, Carol Shea. Third Row: Irene McVeigh, Ann Darrow, Mary Lloyd Carey, Edwina Cooney, Carol Novak, Cail Hafner, Helen Muller, Marjorie Fish, Marion lfarpenter, Marilyn Quebec, Barbara Bailey, Patricia Mcfiuire, Alice Mehegan, Fran-- qoise de-Chabert, Carole Briggs, Nancy Bender. Encouraged by the instructive demonstrations of the Business Club, Miss lVl.S.J.A. discovers the ways of becoming a perfect secretary plus the techniques of succeeding in the Business World of today. 'TN A broad understanding of international incident. Foreign Polic ssociation For those who enjoy a friendly debate or a world-wide view on national affairs, the Foreign Policy Association is a "dream come true". Why it can even boast of an annual mock U.N. As- semblyl Seated: Margaret Donahue fTrea.surerl, Anne O'Reilly lVice-Presidentl, ,loan Wanat tPresi'dentl, Betty Abramelc 4Se-cretaryl, Standing: Barbara Cesnaldo, Marie DeMeola, Kathleen Anderson, Marilyn Wise, Joanne Cardello, Cecelia Della Fera, Dorothy Palshaw, Theresa Freeman, Alice Carella, Gail Keeney, Carol Jackson. Adviser: Sister Maria Barbara. 1--B Business Club "By appointment onlvu-ll fav' ored phravc. Y in 'cv Front Row, left to right: Barbara Welch lSecretaryl, Thelma Marieni fPresidenlD, Nancy O'Connor fFresh- men Representativet, Vivian Lamarre fVZce-President! . All work and no play makes Jill a dull girl. t hl et 1 c Even the greatest scholars must have some type of diversion. The Athletic Association, under the A ' ' direction of Miss Ida Perdrizet, provides many types of activity which would satisfy any sports- loving Mountie. Lib 1. a. r C Ab Book binders and book finders. Seated: Eleanore Dobrzynski, Ann Gallichio, Rita D'Auria, Ellen O'Hara, Joycelyn Mazotas. Standing, First row: Mary Ann Gebelein, Patricia Mullins, Mary Mancarella, Corrine Comiier, Shirley Mazotas, Nancy Sculli, ,Iamillie Farrah, Lucille Larose, Kay Ebersold, Kathleen McNamara, Marcia Lietz. Second row: Karen Fryer, Carolyn Dombrowski, Margaret 0'Reilly, Marie Mlogan- oski, Eileen O'Reilly, Noella Chase, Miriam Johnson, Ann Meighan. Margaret Monahan, Dolores Ostafin, Betty Kielty, Patricia Royer. l 961 General Science Club Scientific investigators mull over perplexing problem. lil . GE' A "dead language"?! Never! Junior Classical League I97 GLEE CL Mr. Louis Pellettieri Director Each Wednesday, harmony resounds from our symphony of songs. The reason for the 0lub's auditorium as Clee Club members rehearse eagerly success is seen in the enthusiasm of its members for their annual Spring Concert. Not once have which generates from its able director, Mr. Louis they failed to delight the audience with a beautiful Pellettieri. N' F 9 in rf' f X5 , 33' Q x 8. . I I a i I' ' r .A A T I ill 1 I 1001 PK I-all O 101 CHAPEL SCENES 51021 103 K l li: il Af J f fy-w ' R, .f I' ,, ,rr 5 ,Lf 21,10 - . L .fullr N : . Q, - wW M P 1:1 , I' A 1 Av r PARENTS ,.,. KW ' L if ff' If-5 ' v H5535 H DHGHT 1041 45 x 15.415 RETREAT 105 l -14 Q 1 iiirf' 'N , X Svninrs officially open their SOCIZGZ season 51081 Foundation Da Musical welcome for an honored guest. Archbishop O'Brien grams us a holiday. Annunciation scene from the Christmas Pageant. Senior Carolers At last-the loggia sing. Christmas Pla Christus natus est. P a s s io n Pla "What accusation bring you against this man?" P "Whither I go, thou canst not follow Me now: but thou shalt follow hereafter." f1o9j , I- .I 525- Q " 1, if v- ' I i mn . sqm 'v:v"B" " ,E Q -s'. fr 'E' P Zi? -4 'F 'xxfyx N , I Q. A " K P ., J. Q .tl WJ " ,im XY' " ' iv Q 1 if f I Q E 'Ev' mfg? , rw I.. 'ul I K '- 1. I J :W ', ,, .- H, Q? 4 o 'O A4-vIl"' -I.-gulf" X , " -,nl ,Av l nv"'. Q. 1 Q ' x 1 5 . 1+ X v- , . 1 3 :Mya ugxu - Q "-Q.. ,t U ll . 1 I -A QW 4. - ' ,f - 1 ..' V 5', .- K. hs Kxyk A , We W4 qw 6,1 'f ,Cr 'an VT Qs J. . 43265 ,N A , Qs - x xi ' ' TW e .sim 'AX Q 1' x H Q. X LM '41 '- 1 . n I J .4 1 4 'V 3, if Wm FQ PTF- - U , A 1 'qw : yi -,Elan , I 9 ,,,.,. 1 4 ' S .f,?f4" ff , ' fki. Q ig V, if gstfi UV' X ' an I f 14 nl .,. H, V m if l im -' WI 1- A M 5 QA my 'YH M I .. f - 5 e pa., 1- -fx .- Q y Q G 4 A Q. 5? Y if , A 4- I 4 -J ,l 5 --S ' A ,V . in 'H1f f 2 'S' ini QE Q l L ff' A . J 5 A it 4 Km A Q ' 1 fx rx. J 4 :Z ww Tir " 'bt I P Junior Prom QI P: I I ,- in - 1'ET" 'f - - ' ir. .11 v, t": ' .Q '- 'V .Sf 1 'i. 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Hallahan Mr. and Mrs. John Heisler Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hurley Katz Auto Radiator and Body Works Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Kenney Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kinsley Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lostritto Mr. and Mrs. Gerard H. Morrissey Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Ottowitz Mr. and Mrs. John F. Shea In memory of Mr. Thomas F. Shea Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sipples The Viking Baking Company Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yuscavitch I P TRO S ANDP TRO SSES Rt. Rev. Stanislaus Musiel Rev. Rev Rev. Rev Rev Rev Rev . Thomas P. Mulcahy Rev. Rev. Rev. Mr. Phillip F. Coholan Thomas Dwyer James J. Gannon Martin T. Keane Marion T. Karwacki David Liptak John Patrick Reid, 0.P. John T. Shugrue Walter S. Sieracki and Mrs. Edward F. Ahern Lt. Governor and Mrs. Edward N. American Coal Company Inc. Anderson and Hammerlind Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey Bailey and Wechsler Mrs. Edna T. Baker Miss Monica Baker Barry Square Bake Shop Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas M. 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