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

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A.. r Y K J ,rn :Q f ,S A ' eh x '22 .wb the ount presentect by the class ot 1958 Mount Saint Joseph Aeactemy We st Harttorcft Conne cticut g4ERCy Tataie ot Contents FOICWOIJ Dectication Aciniinistr ation Eff Faculty Seniors Activities History Benetactors 'I' Page -I' Page 'I' Page 'I' Page 'I' Page 'I' Page 'I' Page 3 4 9 17 71 99 107 After spending four years at a school where we experienced the companionship of other girls with interests and goals primarily the same as ours, it is natural that we should have pleasant memor- ies which we would like to record. During activities in and out of school our companions have been Mount girls and we have things in common which we hope never to forget. All the acquaintances made here will not be passing, yet as we each go out into the world our paths will not lead us along the same road. Many things which presently seem so fresh in our minds will fade into obscurity unless we have them reproduced for us to treasure through the years. We have tried here to put into material form our Mount years,that long after graduations last goodbyes. as we look through the pages of this. our yearbook. we may relive these days spent studying, recreating and praying together. x I' 1-',,f Sir:-A -Ni., lg FN " r gp 'W I",-J'-'lx I He' tu1WW . l1i,flFln f reg: Em n 'WWW I, 'HN Pi F F nnur 1 f-'fa ,Mann DOG r Y sr""JA,,. ff., 4 Leif., o - My ,A if-I fn mf ,ff ,M ..-als,-Q'..i1fmN14iLW t 'AF' -,Rfk Dediggmm R7 f QQ? 4 f he f X l fl W' ,fff fc! S X f S.. v v I I? -'51 E ff' A 91, ,tie l is To the Holy Ghost Spirit of Wisdom v , To the altar of Your Majesty we come, the Class of 1958, 4.15 humbly bearing this book, a tangible record of our school M memories. To You we offer it. ,X What could be more fitting, Sweet Divinity? For from our very first days here our lips and hearts learned to dedicate all to You. Every class, activity, party, and lesson, every undertaking as Mount students, we placed in Your care, You, Who are All- Knowledge. Under Your holy inspiration we learned to grow, to work, and to pray. We have learned these lessons well in our four years and now at their close, once again, lovingly and gratefully, in the words of this same prayer, we dedicate this book and our lives to Thee. Sweet Spirit of Wisdom, preside over all our thoughts, words, and actions from this moment to the hour of our death, Amen. 1 - 'kh' f . ... ' "" 1 K,kkk. H pa- For fifty years. since it's cornerstone was laid in 1908, Mount St. Joseph Academy has stood. secure and beautiful. against the sky. We, the graduating class of this anniversary year of 1958, salute thee, House of Knowledge, Home of Wis- dom. Alma Mater standing proudly on a hilltop high, How we love thee silhouetted on the western sky, Seeking goal in Heaven far beyond the earth, To Goodness, Wisdom, Self-control Daily giving birth. - i of f tttit sf -Asi .ir sa 21 The Chapel, Heart of the House. we plrfcua iq t t ,E .x ' X- Q Through our SPIRIT UAL LEA DERS ADMINISTRATION FACULTY Sweet Spirit of Wisdom reside Sister Francis Borgia Superior e Ac1n1iniS1:1'ati0n Sister M. Evelyn Principal 0 L SiSI6r M. i.0r6YIO Sister Helene Marie Assistant Superior Registrar Assistant Principal fd R 'YY' L 4 Sister M. Faith MVS- Helen TV0mbiY Bursar Nurse L A M . Sister M. Agnes Sister Agnes Miriam Latin Business English Religion Reverend Thomas F. Glynn Reverend James T. Healy Religion Religion Sister M. Francesca Sister M. Dolorita History Religion Social Studies Home Economics Sister Agneta Art English Reverend A. Leo Spodnik Religion The Sister M. Amadeus Chemistry Physics 'ww' ww 'T' Sister M. Assumpta Sister M. Basil English French .S siiri Y' . Mrs. Jean Brook Physical Education Facuit B l Miss Ruth Buckley French Mathematics Sister M. Francis Clare Biology Religion Latin Sister M. Constance English Latin ett H - iiiii S iq. Mrs. Louise Freeman French Iratin mama' Sister M. Geraldine Sister Herman Joseph Sister M. Ignatia Assistant Librarian Mathematics English French Mr. James Looby Sister Maria Barbara Sister Marion Latin Business Librarian M555 Dqrolhy Pratt Mrs. Florence Romaine Hlsfory English General Science Sister M. Janet Music Sister M. Jonathan Biology Algebra A - - is rrr S S f S ,. ,.., t ' .' ree Mrrr 57 15 .1r. T it rrrr M 'ii :mb- mia Miss Georgeanna Lane English ,re irrr 'eirr' . iiii t 1 :,L it 'ff' jill ' 55? ' Sister M. Monica Mrs. Marie Patterson Miss Katherine Pease Religion Speech History English The Faculty M iss Mary Welch Spanish ef WE? g YW 4 2' 4 x We THE SEN ICRS beseech thee, Sweet Spirit of Wiedem preside ,. ., A .,,k. ff.- f f-f- ,-ff f .,,. ft:---we, 'lil ! i ff The Senior Social Room -M-.if fa 3 T t 1 ' Left to right: Loretta Blake, Vice-Presidentg Harriel King, Treasurer: Margaret Heneghan, Presidentg Constance Odlum, Secretary. Class Qfficers Dear Class Officers, In looking back over our final year at the Mount, we realize the strenuous task which you, our officers, have faced in trying to make it a successful one. You have burdened yourselves with our problems, accepting them as your own. You have been responsible leaders fullfilling the offices we have entrusted to you with sympathy for all but partiality for none. You have, in these and numerous other ways, made this most important year, our senior year, a truly fruitful one. For this we extend to you our most sincere gratitude. The Class of 1958 PAULA MAY ADAMSON Paula 2 F j , ,r re - 2 249 Newington Avenue 5 L i E Q iiii Q ii Hartford, Conn. en.e eee 1 Junior Classical League 1, 2, French Club 3, English g rrusf e+ wr Club 2, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4. A rr, 3 ,gssu,srl ,nilgqg gg 4 Although not the tallest, her heart is the biggest . . Q ittg an enjoyable classmate . . . sweet and soft spoken . . tgg,g' 2 an attractive smile and fine personality. A ig it it q 'Q if 5 N 'L Z ixi BARBARA MARANA-JEAN ALLSHOUSE Barb A' gutsrtt' ' Hartford Avenue 4 'lei ti Granby, Conn. English Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Civics Club 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, Athletic Association 2. Tall, blonde and attractive . . . a dynamo of energy . . . always ready for a good laugh . . . an athlete in her own right . . . spark of life in every crowd. GEMMA MARY AMADEO Gemma 63 Irving Street Manchester, Conn. Latin Club 1, 2, Giee Club 2, 3, 4, student Council 1, Q 4, English Club 2, French Club 2, Treasurer 2, Mis- sion Council 3, Graduation Choir, Foreign Policy Association 4, Biology Club 3, Larks 2, 3, 4. Witty remarks . . . fun-loving . . . full of vim and vigor . . . "From the Halls of Montezuma" . . . a "Hi" to everyone . . . interested and interesting. LEONA FRANCES ATHERTON Fran 59 Loomis Avenue Windsor, Conn. Glee Club 3, Ancient History Club lg Foreign Policy Association 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3g English Club I, 2, 3, 4g Athletic Association 2, 3g French Club 1, 2. Good natured and sincere . . . "Look out! she's a woman driveri' . . . enthusiastic athlete . . . all the way from Windsor town! JOAN MARIE BARTIZEK Joan 96 Vera Street Hartford, Conn. English Club I, 2, 4g French Club 2, 3g Junior Classic- al League 2g Glee Club 3, 4g Academy Larks 3, 4g Foreign Policy Association 43 Civics Club 4g Mission Council 2. True daughter of Erin,s Isle . . . "Hi theren . . . al- ways ready for fun . . . a loyal Lark . . . a smile for everyone . . . visited Ireland Sophomore summer. CAROLE MARIE BASNEY Bas 47 Fern Street Hartford, Conn. English Club 3, 4, Hamiltonian business staff 4g French Club 3, 4 ,Athletic Association 3, Foreign Policy Association 3, Civics Club 3, 43 Library Club 3. Sporty clothes . . . appreciates good jokes . . . slim and sophisticated . . . very short hair . . . "Oh, the poor soul!" MARY ELIZABETH BATTISTON Mary 131 Cottage Grove Road Bloomfield, Conn. Latin Club l, 2g French Club l, 2, English Club l, 2, 3, 4, Ancient History Club lg Foreign Policy Associa- tion 4g The Mount editorial staff, Biology Club 3, Junior Classical League 23 Chemistry Club 4. Avid Bloomfield fan . . . Oh, those Latin I classes! . . . dependable . . . happy-go-lucky and friendly . . . magnetic personality . . . "Hi! How are you?" g JOANNE CAROL BELANGER Jo 15 Grandview Terrace A ertieiil Wethersfield, Conn. A English Club l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2g Ancient His- if A i'l'it ' A tory Club lg Foreign Policy Association 4, French Club 2, 3, Chemistry Club 4. Soft-spoken charm . . . quiet in her ways . . . real dependability . . . good sport . . . tall Wethersfield -"- lass . . . 450h!,, Q , ,A f N Babs C Dyjf ' Ar ue W' - 0,1 est tfor , Conn. DU!-jj gish ub l, 2, 3, 4g French Club 2, 3, Biology M ee Club 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association l, 2, 3g Junior Classical League l, 23 Foreign Policy As- A sociation 4, Latin Club lg Mission Council 1. Never hurries, never worries . . . soft of speech . . lover of relaxation . . . graceful ballet dancer . . pleasant companion. LORETTA MARY BLAKE Retta Latin Club I 2 English Club l 2 Biology Club 3g Civics Club 4 Foreign Policy Association 4g Junior Prom Chairman Ceramics Club 3 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Junior Red Cross 4 Class Vice President 4g Mis- Bewltchmg eyes and winning personality . . mature, smcere, and thoughtful always ready to lend a helping hand an actlve participant in J A. JOAN ELIZABETH BRIGGS Joni 0, Class Vice President 2 English Club 2 3, 4. Trea- 1 surer 3 4 French Club 2 President 3 Latin Club l 2 Vice President 2 Athletic Association 3g Glee Clubl 2 3 4 President 4 Larks 3 4 Junior Classic- al League 2 Graduation Choir Foreign Policy As- sociation 4 Mission Council 2 Junior Prom Com- Lover of popular records Deep Purple" . . . summers at Hawks Nest 'Oh kids, the beach" friendly to every one Oh my poor heart." BARBARA ANN BONETTI Barb 53 West Street Simsbury, Conn. Science Club lg Latin Club 1, 29 French Club 2,. 33 Athletic Association 1, 2, 3g Junior Classical League 2g Graduation Choirg Foreign Policy Association 43 English Club l, 2, 45 Chemistry Club 4. Smiling, good-hearted, ever a true friend . . . optimis- J ,,,ff. Duff W tic outlook . . . never at a loss for words . . . "Oh y WM J Avon Conn. S Jtwiftf M A B 1GHEll!1:1 Marcia WJ rch Road df it - English Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Biology Club 3g Debating Club 3, 4, Secretary 3g Academy Players 3, 43 Athletic As- sociation l, 2, 3g Glee Club 2, 3. 4g Junior Classical League l. 2, 3, 4, The Mount business staff, Gradu- ation Choirg Foreign Policy Association 4, Chem- istry Club 4g Mission Council 2. Pleasant company . . . special friend . . . quick wit . . . natural waves . . . fancy apples . . . Latin scholar . . . active in class affairs . . . ambition-doctor . . . "Trees." AW' if ww Ewfi ELLISON ELIZA ETH BRITTON Sis 497 Maple Hill Avenue Newington, Conn. English Club l, 2, Latin Club lg Spanish Club 2, 4, Debating Club 3, 4, Academy Players 3, 4g Athletic Association 2, 3g Science Club lg Foreign Policy As- sociation 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4. A little girl with a big car . . . pleasing personality . . . always cheerful . . . responsibility her outstanding quality . . . partial to Fairfield. --fl i WET? ... are ei il ,. W jj LA Al E BROCHU Laraine driver! 112 Huntington Street Hartford, Conn. English Club 3, 4, Business Club 4. Sincere . . . lively sense of humor . . . golden tresses quiet appearance . . . a loyal friend . . . expert MAUREEN URSULA BRODERICK Moe 197 Bond Street Hartford, Conn. Latin Club l, 2, Ancient History Club 1, Mission Council l, 3, Athletic Association 1, Academy Players l, 2, English Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League l, 2, Spanish Club 2, Foreign Policy Association 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3. Fun to be with . . . never still . . . speech enthusiast . . . summers at Point-0'-Woods . . . "Honestly!" . . . "Small in stature, but mighty in spirit." MARTHA JANE BROWN Martha 1063 Farmington Avenue West Hartford, Conn. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, English Club l, 2, 4, French Club 3, Biology Club 3, Secretary 3, Foreign Policy As- sociation 4, Junior Classical League 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 'Treasurer 3, Athletic Association I, 2, 3, Art Club l. To one so capable, dignity is inescapable . . . a future in retailing . . . trusting . . . pizza and parties . . . al- ways busy. DIANE ELIZABETH BUCKLEY Diane 29 Fulton Place West Hartford, Conn. English Club 2, 3, 4, World History Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Athletic Association 3, Foreign Policy As- sociation 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Graduation Choir. Ready to laugh and ready to live . . . summers in Madison . . . sailboat racer . . . dramatic ability . . . good conversationalist . . . enthusiastic. K- . C 1 , Q 4,6zAz,L!' UMJ QJUJOU L filo ' 700941 I dfffsus R sue e Ro A Wethersfield, onn. French Club 3, Mission Council 3, Treasurer 3, Foreign Policy Association 3, 4, Art Club 3, Civics Club 4, English Club 4. Quiet and intellectual . . . progressive jazz . . . "Can you solve my problem, Doc?" . . . deep but interesting books . . . "Aren't trees fabulous?,' GLORIA JEAN BURKE Glo 385 Fairfield Avenue Hartford, Conn. Spanish Club 1, General Science Club l, Mission Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, English Club 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, Business Club 4, Biology Club 3. Always smiling . . . quiet by nature . . . shy, until she knows you well . . . full of fun . . . enjoys winter sports. '01-941-0' '70 JMAQP kjfkf'-"1 'Diva J GAIL ANN BUTLER Gail 119 Grove Street Elmwood, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 4, Biology Club 3, Academy Players 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Ancient History Club 1, The Mount business staff, Red Cross Representative 2, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Civics Club 4. ' Attractive, petite blond . . . vigorous personality and mischievous spirit . . . enjoys dancing and making new friends. if ELAINE ANN CALIO Elaine 96M Laurel Street Hartford, Conn, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Academy Players 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, English Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Civics Club 4, Ancient History Club 1, Chemistry Club 4. A "Fair Lady" . . . devoted traffic marshal . . . loves to sleep . . . gay chatterbox . . . strawberries on cheese- cake . . . "I'll never cut my hair again? DOROTHY MARGARET CARTER Dottie 17 Huntington Street Hartford, Conn. Business Club 4, President 4, English Club 4, The Mount business staff. Pleasing personality . . . that "Palmolive look" . . . serene manner . . . always a lady . . . part-time at the Aetna. awwfffwiff Zawya JM PATRICIA HELEN CHATOWSKI Pat 117 Forest Street I East Hartford, Conn. Latin Club 1, 2, English Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, Junior Classical League 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Athletic Association 2, 3, Library Club 3, Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4. A bundle of kinetic energy . . . never a dull moment . . . a weakness for colleges . . . loyal J. A. member . . . blushes easily. - U45 Vi ,fir I ,X we AL fwagpw ,gory Jaw ,www ,WML ,W Q45 f' ELE NO ND CH ETTE Eleanor ,JZ 13 Higbie Drive East Hartford, Conn. Latin Club 1, 2, Junior Classical League 2, Athletic Association 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, English Club l, 2, 4, Ancient History Club 1, Foreign Policy Association 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Biology Club 3,.Chemistry Club 4, Civics Club 4. Energetic and forever busy . . . best long-distance operator . . . individualist . . . all the way from East Hartford . . . enthusiastic J. A. member. LOUISE MARIE CHENETTE Louise 13 Higbie Drive East Hartford, Conn. Student Council 1, Athletic Association 1, 2, Ancient History Club l, English Club l, 2, Junior Classical League 2, French Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4. Attractively blond . . . tall in stature . . . outgoing personality . . . Boston Celtics? . . . "Never been such devoted sisters." Mead Z0 PQ""'U'J m5v..f.z:w., fwffeo - jib,4.167,,16W:f..a., LINDA GERRARD CHIARAMONTE Lmda 117 Maple Avenue Windsor, Conn. Class Secretary 2, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club l, 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Class Representative l, Secretary 3, English Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Mis- sion Council 3, Junior Prom Committee, Biology Club 3, Junior Classical League l, 2, Foreign Policy Association 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4. Her friendliness remembered 'til "The Twelfth of Never" . . . skilled with the knitting needles . . . very neat . . . business woman of the future. NANCY MAE CILENTO 279 Fern Street West Hartford, Conn. SARA FLORENCE CIALFI Sally 61 Richard Road East Hartford, Conn. English Club l, 2 ,3, French Club lg Biology Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Foreign Policy AS- sociation 4. Piano virtuoso . . . soft brown waves . . . her hope- teaching . . . Latin scholar . . . much in little . . . Friday afternoon concerts. - I L GD? Q5 Wie f wwf, Ox 355 K JDM Oy 4' QV C 'Q ,Je Nancy Latin Club 1, 2, English Club 2, Science Club 1, French Club l, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Athletic Associa- tion 2, 3, Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, Art Club 4, Junior Classical League 2. Farmington loyalist . . . Bermuda skirts . . . partial to Howard Johnson's . . . lover of modern jazz . . . al don't feature that? Cf JEAN VALERIE CLEMENTINO Jean 69 Edgewood Street Hartford, Conn. Lati lub l, 2, 3, English Club 2, 3, Junior Classic- eague 1, 2, , The Mount business staff, Junior Red , 'reasurer 4, Library Club I, 2, 3, Qxgf 4, Vi si nt 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Athletic Associa- 2 3, ivics Club 4, Foreign Policy Association Club 3, Academy Players 3, 4, Graduation Club 4. in Girl Scouts . . . math whiz . . . Elaine's . Harbor View . . heaps of letters . . . on D'xieland jazz . . . "Anyone for dancing?" MARY CLIFFORD Cliffie 94 Mansfield Street Hartford, Conn. English Club l, 2, 4, Librarian 4g Science Club lg Junior Classical League I, 2, French Club 3, Athletic Association 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, World History Club 3. Sincere . . . sweet and wide-eyed . . . sympathetic ear . . . offers sound advice . . . full of surprises. PATRICIA EILEEN CODY Pat 34 Freeman Street Hartford, Conn. Ancient History Club lg Latin Club lg Academy Players l. Treasurer lg Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Junior Classical League 2, English Club I, 4, Spanish Club 2, 4, Foreign Policy Association 43 The Mount edi- torial staff. 6'Twinkletoes', . . . truly, truly fair . . . sincere in her studies . . . warm smile . . . responsible worker . . . evenings at J.A. SUSAN MARY COFFEY Sue 163 North Whitney Street Hartford, Conn. French Club 3, 4, English Club 3, 43 Athletic Associa- tion 3g Foreign Policy Association 33 Civics Club 3, 4. Favorite possession--driver's license . . . friendly . . . summers at Black Point . . . teaching in the future . . . "Ma-altex." MARGARET FRANCIS COLLINS Meg 362 Sigourney Street Hartford, Conn. French Club 3, 4, Mission Council 4g English Club 3, 4g Chemistry Club 4, Foreign Policy Association 4g Civics Club 3, 4, The Mount business staff, Library Club 3, Athletic Association 3. Sprightly and full of fun . . . loves tea parties . . . Information, please . . . sunny spirit . . . sincere and generous. NANJ 5 Con pring S et indsorio ii, . Ancient History Club lg E ish Clu 1, 2, 4, Junior Classical League lg Missi n ouncil 2, French Club 1, 2g Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, Civics Club 4. Takes life steadily and seriously . . .likes prairie blos- soms and lotus flowers . . . oh, those train rides. PATRICIA HELEN CONNER Patsy 42 Pine Street East Hartford, Conn. English Club 2, 3, 4, VicePresident 4, French Club 2, 3, Biology Club 33 Business Club 4, American His- tory Club 2g Art Club 33 Hamiltonian staff 4. Sweet and sincere . . . always with the faithful three . . . no Boston accent . . . curly locks . . . '6Have you done your English?!" JANET ARLENE CORMIER Jan 137 Evergreen Avenue Hartford, Conn. Science Club l, Mission Council l, 2, 3, 4, English Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Busi- ness Club 4. Such a little girl . . . loves to laugh . . . soft brown hair and big blue eyes . . .many friends . . . busy, busy, busy! JOAN MARIE CORTHOUTS Joni 41 Bloomfield Avenue Hartford, Conn. Athletic Association l, 2, 3, Vice President 3, Aca- demy Players I, 2, 3, 4, Debating Club l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, English Club l, 2, 4, Latin Club I, Biology Club, The Mount business staff. Ever-changing hair-dos . . . happy-go-lucky . . . full of fun and laughter . . . many friends . . . co-owner and chauffeur. MARY KATHERINE COSKER Mary A ,,,, L 223 South Whitney Street y Hartford, Conn. Glee Club 3, 4, Civics Club 3, 4, English Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Graduation Choir. Sparkling blue eyes, lustrous hair . . . interested in Coast Guard Academy . . . belongs to a really athletic family. 'Q PATRICIA ROSE COTTER Pat 38 Wardwell Road West Hartford, Conn. Academy Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 3, Junior Classical League l, 2, 3, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Ancient History Club lg French Club 2, 3. Poise and perfection . . . wonderful summers at Madi- son . . . independent thinker . . . "It,s the principle of the thing! -V11 .gpaouf My ' . aogauu, sr CAROL ANN CROMBIE Carol 45 Harrison Street New Britain, Conn. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, English Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, French Club 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee, Foreign Policy Association 4, Civics Club 4, Junior Classical League l, 2. Arrives in "L.W.C." from New Britain . . . willing messenger . . . high sense of comedy . . . fun to be wit . . . books? . friendly K I NEB J UDIT H ANNE CZARNOTA Judy 34 Delmont Street Manchester, Conn. Ancient History Club lg Junior Classical League lg Glee Club 2, 3, 4, English Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3.. Has that mischievous sparkle in her eyes . . . dimpled smile . . . "grinder" enthusiast . . . always ready. 9 , W Www? Q04 - CATHERINE MARY DALY Cathy JV' ,.ff'. 341 Lyme street f f , y i Hartford, Conn. t .,,A J,?,,J, to C English Club l, 2, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club it 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior A iiili Classical League l, 2, 3, Graduation Choir, Foreign p 3 Vg g3 Policy Association 4, Chemistry Club 43 Mission Coun- 2 , cil 4. f J iass- 1 iw ' Friendly smile . . . better friend cannot be found . . . 2 proud of her driver's license . . . a real gain for Saint - Francis . . . witty sense of humor. 04,155 " if vs rv HARRIET CRANDALL DAVENPORT Harriet 46 Mountain View Drive West Hartford, Conn. English Club 4, French Club 3, Secretary 3, Biology Club 3, Athletic Association 3, Glee Club 3, 4, The Mount editorial staff, Graduation Choir, Chemistry Club 4, Foreign Policy Association 4. Scientifically minded . . . ambitious . . . sincere and dependable . . . no bobby-pin blues . . . "really?,' . . . Lincoln Dairy and hot fudge sundaes. ANNETTE MARIE DE LISA Annette 140 South Street Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, Secretary 2, Ancient History Club lg Junior Classical League 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 4, Stu- dent Council 3g Latin Club 3, Foreign Policy As- sociation 4, Academy Players l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Graduation Choir. Warm and friendly . . . wonderful dancer . . . cries at sad movies . . . flair for clothes . . . "Happiness is reflective like the light of heaven." FRANCES ANNETTE DE LUCCO Fran 20 lrving Street Hartford, Conn. Foreign Policy Association 3, English Club 3, 4, Business Club, Treasurer 4, The Mount business staff. Expert driver? . . . easy-going, relaxed nature . . . sincere and sociable . . . seldom seen carrying books . . . always a friend. JACOUELINE ANN DE MARCO Jackie Belleview Avenue Southington, Conn. English Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club l, French Club 2, Junior Classical League l. Modern art, her specialty . . . skilled seamstress . . "No, we're not twins" . . . pessimistic optimist . . loves African violets. JOSEPHINE ANN DE MARCO Jo Ann Belleview Avenue Southington, Conn. English Club l, 2, 4, French Club l, 2, Latin Club l, 2, 4, Vice President 4, Junior Classical League I. 2, 4, The Mount editorial staff, Science Club l, Foreign Policy Association 4, Chemistry Club 4, Art Club l, 2, 3, 4. "Thought is deeper than speechu . . . '5What, me worry?" . . . mad chemist-future surgeon . . . hates African violets . . . sparkling laughter. f KATHLEEN JOYCE DEMPSEY Kathy 97 Waterside Lane West Hartford, Conn. Student Council 3, English Club l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Debating Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Academy Players l, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Ceramics Club l, 2, 3, Junior Classical League 1, Ancient History Club l, Gradua- tion Choir, Foreign Policy Association 4, Chemistry Club 4. A friend to all . . . good natured . . . diligent worker . . . sailing enthusiast . . . always casual . . . "Hey there!" l N MART A ANN DODD Peanuts 63 Concord Street goin West Hartford Conn tion l, Ancient History Club l, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, gig' rljpcademy Players l, 2, 4, Secretary 2, Athletic Associa- 'SP Mt Junior Classical League 1, Debating Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Larks 3, 4, English Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, Foreign Policy Association 4, French Club 2, Class President 3, The Mount business staff. Contagious laugh . . . "I stand for Democracy" . . summers in the country . . . life of any party . . . twinkling blue eyes. VTX ISABEL ANN DOERFLER Is 34 Hamilton Strect Hartford, Conn. English Club 2, 4, French Club l, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Junior al League l, 2, Ancient History Club 1, tonian staff 4, Graduation Choir, Foreign Policy iation 4, Chemistry Club 4. lvlfevoted Girl Scout . . . always cheerful and friendly . . . sailing anyone? . . . 'fls whoozi-dinghy in the dictionary?" . . . "Hi, sailor." THERESA ANN DOLENGA Terry 270 London Turnpike Glastonbury, Conn. Science Club l, Junior Classical League l, 2, English Club 2, 3, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, Library Club l, 2, Ceramics Club 2, French Club 3, World History Club l, The Mount business staff. Queen of the Junior Prom . . . likes hay rides, choir and Sue . . . willing babysitter . . . Mystic in the sum- mer . . .early ris r" l . . wate ug. Mmm bkdvfflfu tia ,t if t 20 Oakwood Street Simsbury, Conn. English Club l, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Junior Classical League 1, 2, Latin Club l, Art Club l, Mission Council l, 2, 3, 4. Always smiling . . . the blonde triumvirate . . . those trips to the city . . . "Waterskiing, of courseli' . . . breath-taking rides to Simsbury. MARY ELIZABETH DOYLE Mary eeieert , 'Mm M FRANCES MARION FANTONE Fran 1813 Broad Street Hartford, Conn. Biology Club 3, English Club l, 2, Foreign Policy Association 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Graduation Choir, Junior Classical League l, Latin Club l, Spanish Club 1, 4. Sincere, conscientious and friendly . . . Spanish enthusiast-Ole! . . . summers at Westbrook . . . one of the first to get her license . . . plans to teach. M ,MW NANCY PHILBRICK FELLOWS Nance 8 McLean Street Simsbury, Conn. Ceramics Club 3, Athletic Association 3, Civics Club 3, 4, Foreign Policy Association 3, 4, Mission Council 3, 4, English Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, Spanish Club 4, Chemistry Club 4. Simsbury commuter . . . nursing is her goal . . . expert athlete . . . frank . . .loves those chemistry experiments . . . never upset. DOROTHY THERESA GALLAGHER Dot 1446 Broad Street Hartford, Conn. Latin Club l, 2, English Club 1, 2, 4, French Club 2, 3, Chemistry Club 4, Hamiltonian Associate Editor 3, Co-editor 4, Graduation Choir, Foreign Policy As- sociation 4, Junior Classical League 1, Athletic As- sociation l, 2, 3, Mission Council 1, Art Club 4. Diligent co-editor of the "Hamiltonian" . . . subtle humor . . . ready for a debate . . . f'Who's Irish?" . , . devoted to l.C.S .... full of fun . . . "Oh, that trig!" fvflf JEANNE LAURETTA FORTIN Jeannie I5 Raymond Place Cromwell, Conn. Engish Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3 Litm Cub l 2, Biology Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League 2, Foreign Policy Association 4 Science Club I, Civics Club 4. Loyal friend . . . trips to New Bedford sa e driver" . . . "0h! Those gym classes" 4 Tiger lover . . . sparkling smile . . . college bound Mr! QW if al .4-3 ANN MARGARET GALLIGAN Ann 31 Wardwell Road West Hartford, Conn. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mission Council l, 2, Junior Prom Committee, Red Cross l, Foreign Policy Association 4, Civics Club 4, Secretary, English Club l, 2, Biology SUSAN STOWELL GLENNIE Club 3, Spanish Club 2. Diffused energy . . . always in the midst of things . . loves to dance . . . "How are you?,' JUDITH ANN GILLIGAN Judy 7 Dorset Road West Hartford, Conn. English Club l, 2, 3. 4, Latin Club l, 2, Foreign Policy Association 4, Athletic Association 3, World History Club 3, French Club 2, 3. An ideal friend . . . joyous and fun-loving . . . con- siderate . . . future nurse . . . good-natured. Ts Susie l5l Burke Street East Hartford, Conn. English Club l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Ceramics Club 2, Library Club 2, Junior Classical League 2, Mission Council 2, Graduation Choir, Foreign Policy Associa- tion 4. Neat . . . studious at eight a.m .... later? . . . music is in her future . . .a wonderful dancer. t Q 1 K 1 , x ,f .3 BARBARA JEAN GORMAN Barbara 4l Cobbs Road West Hartford, Conn. English Club I, 2, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Ceramics Club 33 Foreign Policy Association 43 Civics Club 4, Vice President 4. Quiet and demure . . . always ready for fun . . . fond of little children . . . loves New York City . . . sweet 3 and neat. DEANNA JOYCE GUILMETTE DeeJay 24 Greenbrier Drive West Hartford, Conn. Mission Council I3 Red Cross l, 23 Athletic Associa- tion l, 2, 33 Hamiltonian staff 2, 3, 4g Junior Classic- al League l, 23 Orchestra 23 Biology Club 33 French Club 2, President 23 English Club 2, 3, 43 Foreign Policy Association 43 Chemistry Club 4. Long, wavy hair . . . her rainy day problem-curls . . . likes science . . . quiet and sincere . . . oh, that laugh! to r33'3 A fgyi 33', 3 S 9 qfuglyh loili i MARY IRENE HAMILL Mary af' ' Jiii 9 Mountain View Drive West Hartford, Conn. Chemistry Club 43 English Club l, 2, 3, 43 French Club l. 23 Latin Club l, 23 Biology Club 33 Foreign Policy Association 43 Glee Club 3. 43 AfhlCTlC AS- sociation 3. Unpredictable . . . bustle of New York . . . always ready for fun . . . generous and willing . . . sometimes serious. ANNE NASHUTA HANLEY Tossi 63 Bellevue Avenue Bristol, Conn. English Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Graduation Choir. Quiet but gay . . . Volkswagon chauffeur . . . elfin- like charm . . . wonderful summers at Old Lyme CARROLL HARVEY Carroll I063 Farmington Avenue West Hartford, Conn. Latin Club l, 2, Junior Classical League l, 2, English Club 2, 3, 4, French Club l, 2, Mission Council 3, Student Council 2, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Academy Players l, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, Graduation Choir, Always in haste but never in a hurry . . . cheerful, friendly disposition . . . leisurely talker . . . willing Shores . . . likeable. helper . . . camp counselor . . . "No kidding?" PATRICIA MARY HENDERSON Pat 25 Salem Circle Windsor, Conn. Art Club 2, 3, 4, English Club 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, Ancient History Club 1, Glce Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League I, Graduation Choir, Chemistry Club 4. A friend in need, a friend indeed . . . confident driver . . . waste not, want not-food, that is . . . devoted biologist. MARGARET ANN HENEGAN Peggy 233 Sargent Street Hartford, Conn. Class President 4, English Club 3, 4, President 4, Latin Club 3, Athletic Association 3, Hamiltonian staff 3, 4, Co-editor 4, Library Club 3, Vice-president, Junior Classical League 3, Spanish Club 4, Civics Club 4, Secretary, Foreign Policy Association 4. School Representative, Mission Council 4. Tranquil dignity . . . auburn tresses . . . dependable . . . popular class president . . . always busy . . . "You're a riot, Alice." MARY JEAN HOLLERAN Mary Jean 928 Park Street Hartford, Conn. Athletic Association 2, 3, English Club l, 2, 3, Latin Club l, 2, Junior Classical League l, 2, Biology Club 3, French Club 3, Graduation Choir, Foreign Policy Association 4, The Mount Business Staff 4, Mission Council l, Chemistry Club 4. Sincere, loyal friend . . . brisk and cheerful . . . enjoys Religion class . . . straightforward . . . active Red Sox fan . . . endless enthusiam. MARY-LEE HORAN Missy 171 Warrenton Avenue Hartford, Conn. Athletic Association l, 2, 3, Junior Classical League 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, English Club l, 2, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, Ancient History Club l, President, World History Club 3, President, Biology Club 3. Quick witted . . . energetic and determined . . . loyal to First National . . . future lady in white . . . in- dependent thinker. AH PATRICIA ANN HUFFMAN Pattie Anne 21 Vanderbuilt Road West Hartford, Conn. General Science Club lg Latin Club Ig Spanish Club 2g English Club l, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 4, History Club 2. Little bundle of energy . . . never forget Spanish II class . . . enjoys dancing . . . ah, those big brown eyes . . . sparkplug personsality . . . love of music. 1 CYNTHIA ANN JACKSON Cyn S 83 Rumford Street West Hartford, Conn. Athletic Association l, 2, French Club 2g English Club l, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club lg Glee Club 3, 4g Ancient History Club lg Mission Council l, 2, 3, 4. Comedienne . . . bowls of ten pins . . . neat . . . enthusi- astic . . . "Later for that" . . . true to East Hartford . . . csshortysa ARLINE FRANCES JACQUES Arline 4 Warham Street Windsor, Conn. Science Club lg English Club 2, 4g French Club 33 Athletic Association 3g Business Club 4g Hamiltonian staff 43 Art Club 4. Impersonations to fit all types . . . after business, pleasure . . . enchanted by Autumn . . . Stenography enthusiast . . . speedy typist. :G H r ,, FRANCES ANN JORDAN Fran 55 Ocean Street Hartford, Conn. Glee Club 3, 4g Hamiltonian staff 3g The Mount edi- torial staffg Foreign Policy 43 Spanish Club 4g Civics Club 3, 4, Vice-President 49 Mission Council 3, 4g English Club 4. Warm-hearted and friendly . . . Phoenix girl . . . ready smile . . . stately bearing . . . inseparable combination: BARBARA JOAN KASK Babs 342 Park Terrace Hartford, Conn. Athletic Association 1, 2, 3g Junior Classical League l, 2g Library Club l, 2g Biology Club 3g Ancient His- tory Club lg Foreign Policy Association 4g Red Cross tlss sss s s Fran and Cyn . . . "Hey, sharp!" r ,,g,,1,' !awo-u!f5:V"f'U5a'f0"""-GU Gam , Y? Council l, 2. "Number please?', . . . 6'0h, my goodness!" . . . a whiz in history . . . gym enthusiast . . . you'll know her red jacket. THERESA ANNE KAZUKYNAS Teri 12 Maple Street Poquonock, Conn. Athletic Association l, 23 Latin Club lg Science Club lg English Club 2, 4g Biology Club 33 Foreign Policy Association 4g Junior Classical League l. Sparkling smile . . . likes a certain band from Florida . . . sailing enthusiast . . . Beulah Buick . . . "Anyone for tennis?" SHEILA GENE KELLY Sheil 28 Churchill Road Wethersfield, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 4, Athletic Association 1, Foreign Policy Association 4, Art Club 4, Secretary 4. That long, brown, wavy hair . . . cartoons, specialty for the day . . . pizza lover . . . "How about an invita- tion?', SUSAN LYDEN KELLY Sue 40 Glendale Avenue Hartford, Conn. Glee Club 3, 4, Civics Club 3, 4, English Club 4, Spanish Club 4, President 4, Foreign Policy Associa- tion 3, 4. Sweet and gentle . . . tiny and petite . . . smart dresser . . . gift of gab . . . "la presidente espanola" . . . mem- orable Saturdays. Qqjwv EL ZAB AXNNE KYERNAN Betty 395 Great Hill Road East Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club l, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Art Club 2, Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy As- sociation 4, Glee Club 3, 4. Lustrous, auburn locks . . . easy to get along with . . accommodating receptionist . . . friendly to all . . future nurse. HARRIEL EDNA KING Harriel 77 Forest Street East Hartford, Conn. Class President 2, Class Treasurer 4, Mission Council 2, 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, President 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Junior Classical League 1, 2, Hamiltonian 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Ancient History Club 1, Vice- President 1, French Club 3, Graduation Choir, English Club 2, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4. Dependable and willing . . . class leader . . . future gym classes, beware! . . . a faithful worker . . . real snowbunny . . . story teller and comedienne. LUCY ANN LA CAVA 1027 Maple Avenue Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, Latin Club l, Ancient History Club l, Junior Classical League 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4. Expressive brown eyes . . . lost syllable "ing" . . . call her for information . . . bulging scrapbook . . . never parted from her chemistry notes. JEAN MERRY KNEELAND Jeannie 10 Maple Ridge Drive Farmington, Conn. Glee Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2, English Club 2, 4, Junior Classical League 2, French Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, Graduation Choir, The Mount edi- torial staff, Chemistry Club 4, Latin Club 2. Fun-loving . . . ardent French enthusiast . . . cello in- strumentalist . . . huge grey eyes . . . very petite . . . supporting alto voice. Lulu GAIL MARIE LA MOY Gail 27 Yale Street Elmwood, Conn. Athletic Association l, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, English Club 2, 4, Science Club 1, French Club 3, Junior Classical League l, 2, World History Club 3, Secretary, Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4. Her virtues are many, her faults-are there any? . . . home base is Vermont . . 4 "Pretzel sticks, anyone?" . . . gay companionship. t '3 MARY ELIZABETH LANDERS Mary llO Bonner Street Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club lg American History Club 2, French Club 2, 3, Biology Club 3, Business Club 4. Silence has many advantages . . . "Would you believe it?" . . . baseball fan . . . sincere . . . "Wait for me" . . . interest in Irish dances. 0 MARY JANE LEARY Em Jay 210 Franklin Avenue Hartford, Conn. Ancient History Club l, Art Club 4, Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 3, English Club l, 2, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, French Club 3, Junior Classical League l, 2, Latin Club l, 2. Sweet and generous . . . all the parish news first . . . Pennsylvania enthusiast . . . Chevy fan . . . "grinders and tennisn . . . "I can get the car!" CAROLYN ANN LIEBLER Carolyn 2955 Main Street Glastonbury, Conn. Junior Classical League l, 2g English Club 2g French Club 2, 3g Foreign Policy Association 43 Civics Club l. 4g Cvlee Club 3, 43 Hamiltonian staff 4. Quiet . . . thoughtful and soft-spoken . . . loves horses . . . excellent writer . . . partial o long hair Qyaffyjyffoffviffifiloq Mm MAUREEN ANNE LEDDY Moe Glee Club l 2 3 4 Larks 1 2 3 4 Debating Club l, 2g Foreign Policy Association l 2 Latin Club 1 2 Spanish Club l English Club l 2 Athletic Associa tion l, 2, 3 Generous . drives backwards happiest at the movies . . Ah, music' polltlcs and baseball typing lessons Dont you dare PATRICIA ARLINE LINDBERG a e English Club I 2 4 Ficnch Club 3 Latin Club l 2 Biology Club 3 Glee Club 2 3 4 Ltrks 3 4 Cer imic Club 3, 4g Civics Club 4 Junior Classical Letgue l i Ancient History Club l Graduttion Choir Foreign Policy Association 4 Often seen driving a green Ford bumpididy it's easier to smile than to frown C est la vie we , afrfict ameri WZZZfN"'Q2,ff:,1ff" PATRICIA ANNE LUCAS Pat 4 Eastern Drive Wethersfield, Conn. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Junior Classical League 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, Orchestra 2, English Club 2, Athletic Association 2, Graduation Choir, Chemistry Club 4. Plans well in advance . . . reserved but friendly . . . easy to get along with . . . Wethersfield's contribution . . . model of a blushing blonde. 3232.-fy,fHAJw 'ww JOANNA ELLEN LYONS Jo 12 Green House Boulevard West Hartford, Conn. Latin Club l, 2, English Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, Graduation Choir. Quiet and graceful . . . lovely complexion . . . always has an encouraging word . . . Avon favors her . . . "Silence more musical than any song." 'S BRENDA JEAN MAC DONALD Brenda Smith Road Collinsville, Conn. Class Treasurer I, Student Councilor 4, English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, 3, Vice-President 1, 3, Spanish Club 2, 4, President 4, Biology Club 3, Ancient History Club l, Debating Club 3, 4, Academy Players 3, 4, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, Mission Council 2, Foreign Policy Association 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League l, 2, 3, Graduation Choir. A true friend . . . keeps a supply of pills . . . has her own private news commentator . . . in t e r e s t e d in marine life . . . always eager to help. SALLY ANN MARKS Sally 53 Massaco Street Simsbury, Conn. Science Club 1, Athletic Association l, 2, English Club 2, 4, Councilor 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Art Club 3, Business Club 4. A lovable gal . . . always ready for a laugh . . . partial to the name "Skip,' . . . friendly . . . never a dull moment . . . "Did you get a letter?" CYNTHIA CARMEL MARTOCCHIO Cyn 62 Collimore Rd. East Hartford, Conn. Hamiltonian staff 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Mission Council 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Art Club 4, English Club 4, Treasurer 4, Civics Club 3, 4, Foreign Policy Associa- tion 4. Dark eyes n'dimples . . . wonderful to be with . . . "Miss Martucchi" . . . keeps the postman busy . . . loyal friend . . . Friday night bowler. CAROL ANN MASIDK Carol 1817 Broad Street Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 3, Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Hamiltonian staff l, Latin Club l, 2, 3, Ceramics Club 3, The Mount editorial staff, Biology Club 3, Larks 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, Graduation Choir 3. Ready response to a challenge . . . clever . . . loves music and poetry . . . imaginative . . . expert seamstress . . . our contest winner. chemo. 7 Lowe? 503 va fafjfw mf, ef ffwjwfiw- was ,D ffl-N M- -W M an 77 tw ELIZABETH ANN MAZUR Betty x ,n I yi, 46 Homestead Str fit Manchester, Conn. English Club l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club l, 2, 3, Biology Club 3, Athletic Association 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, The Mount editorial staff, Mis- sion Council 3, Chemistry Club 4, Larks 3, 4. Energetic and studious . . . soft blonde locks . . . favorite song-"South of the Border" . . . Mount's top seamtress of 1957. ,n-.'- 1 Pl' "xi My if N I 5111 1 ,ff 1 J A fjjfjflfijl "l il :fy ll I ,1 t 50 J MARGARET MARY MC GOVERN Maggie 49 Kenyon Street Hartford, Conn. Glee Club 3, 4, Mission Club 3, 4, Athletic Associa- tion 3, Latin Club 3, Spanish Club 4, English Club 4, Hamiltonion staff 4, Junior Clas sic al League 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, The Mount editorial staff, Art Club 4. Warm-hearted and understanding . . . future writer . . . there's mischief in those blue eyes! . . . imagina- tive poetry . . . "Silencio, Senoritaf' Favorite subject, . . . better late smiles, smiles. 3, JOAN MARY MC CANN 69 Pleasant Street Manchester, Conn. French Club 2, Biology Club 3, Science Club l Foreign Policy Association 4, Library Club l, 2 3 French? . . . cream cheese and chlves than never . . . long dark hair O SHARON MARGARET MC SWEENEY Sharon 160 Sargeant Street Hartford, Conn. English Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Librarian 3, Secretary 4, Athletic Association 3, Mis- sion Council 4, Vice-President 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Larks 3, 4, Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4, Hamil- tonian staff 3, 4, Graduation Choir, Civics Club 3, Chemistry Club 4. Lovely blonde locks . . . peaches-and-cream com- plexion . . . Larks' real asset . . . determined personality . . . gives a truthful opinion. KATHLEEN JOY MC KINNEY Kathy 34 Carver Circle Simsbury, Conn. Science Club 1, Athletic Association l, English Club 2, 4, President 2, Mission Council 3, Biology Club 3, Business Club 4, Vice-President 4. Sweet and lovely . . . always ready for a football game . . . smart and snappy dresser . . . Yukon enthusiast . . . "Hope I get a letter!', My fMM,Wu,Q,,4,,,,zc,,.,2M0z, SKFJ?-1-L4 g-fftbkoc -p..4fftqz5.f.3f1ffv"44fyf"vvpv,ff-c'4-wa. L40 JACQUELINE GILMA MICHAUD Jackie 27 Vernon Street Hartford, Conn. Science Club 1, Mission Council 1, Treasurer 1, French Club 3, Business Club 4, Biology Club 3. Steady friend . . . a smiling "hello" . . . eyes dance with fun . . . exuberant sense of humor . . . bashful? . . . "All the homework!" 51 JEAN LOUISE MINO Jean 71 Williams Street Glastonbury, Conn. History Club 2, Biology Club 3, English Club l, 2, 4, Library Club 1, 2, Science Club 1. Well-mannered . . . those "wonderful summersi' at Indian Town, Saybrook . . . top of our gym pyramids . . . "Are we having a Chemistry test?" F aas F JERLYNE ANN MITCHELL Jerri J it H Harris Road ii' i g Avon, Conn. Junior Classical League I, 2, English Club l, 2, 4, ,J y I Biology Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mission Council A 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, French Club 3, Science Club l, Red Cross Council 2. Has anyone ever spelled your name right, Jerri? . . . always smiling . . . loves that grapefruit . . . "How's the wilderness?', ARLENE REGINA MONDE Mond 38 Edgewood Street Hartford, Conn. English Club 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, French Club 3, Mission Club 3, 4. Infectious laugh . . . comes before Tuesday . . . raven hair . . . happy spirit . . . hospital enthusiast . . . wealth in friendship. MARGARET ELIZABETH MORAN Peggy 40 Onlook Road Wethersfield, Conn. Athletic Association 1, 3, Biology Club 3, Vice-Presi- dent, Chemistry Club 4, English Club 2, 3, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, Hamiltonian staff 2, 3, Junior Classical League l, 2, 3, Latin Club l, 2, 3, The Mount editorial staff, Mission Council 3, Vice Presi- dent. Bubbling, effervescent . . . always full of fun . . . sports fan from 'way back . . . Biology, a favorite . . . "Can't wait 'till it freezes over" . . . keen wit . . . enthusiatic. LOIS ANN MORELLI Lois 32 Munro Street Manchester, Conn. Science Club l, English Club l, 2, Foreign Policy Association 4, Latin Club l, Biology Club 3, Spanish Club 2. Petite 'n' neat . . . love those plaid glasses . . . those dancing feet . . . "oh dearii . . . short,wavy hair. PATRICIA ELLEN MORIARTY Pat 145 Park Street Manchester, Conn. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Red Cross Representative l, Academy Players l, 2, 3, 4, English Club l, 2, Art Club l, Foreign Policy Association 4, French Club 3, Junior Classical League 1, 2, Civics Club 4, Ceramics Club 4. Even-tempered . . . those sad movies "get" her . . . likes candy and chocolate ice cream . . . around the world in 80 days. LUCIA ANTOINETTE MOTTA Lucia 45 Cowles Street Hartford, Conn. English Club l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Business Club 4, Spanish Club 2, Art Club 3, Biology Club 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Junior Classical League 2. Quiet and sincere . . . loyal friend . . . partial to green Fords . . . glistening dark hair . . . future secretary. Q1 W J MAUREEN CATHERINE NAGLE Mo 649 New Britain Avenue Hartford, Conn. Academy Players 1, 2, 3, Mission Council lg Ancient History Clubg Junior Classical League 1, 2, Biology Club 3, French Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, Latin Club lg English Club l, 2, Red Cross Council 2, Civics Club 4. Calm and dependable . . . lover of music . . . gay sense of humor . . . Oh that English class! . . . enjoy sports . . . "Hi! How are you?" MARY KAJHLEEN MULREADY Mar Class Secretary l Junior Classical League 1 2 Mis sion Councill 2 3 4 President 4 Glee Club 2 3 4g Biology Club President 3 French Club Vice President 3 Debating Club 3 4 Junior Prom Com mittee, English Club 2 3 4 President 4 Foreign My, Policy Association 4 The Mount business staff M M Athletic Assocmtionl 2 3 Latin Clubl 2 Ancient History Club l Art Club 4 Well-liked classmate warm friend nurse to be . . . active in C Y 0 party gal great school spirit . . . "Vi hats the news " Hi, kids DIANE ANGELA NAKTENIS Di 125 Adelaide Road Manchester, Conn. English l, 2, 4, Latin Club 1, 2g Library Club 23 Foreign Policy Association 4, Academy Players 4g Glee Club 1, 4g Science Club lg Junior Classical CAROL ANN O,BRIEN Carol 70 Cambridge Street East Hartford, Conn. English Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, French Club 33 Junior Classical League '2g Foreign Policy Associa- tion 4. Loyal to her friends . . . quiet and polite . . . petite lady . . . any touchdowns scored lately? . . . con- League' 1, 2g Civics Club 4. Sincere manner . . . always understanding . . . expert on horses and "awful awfulsn . . . tall and graceful . . . "Howdy!" ,lf MW M scientious student. J UDITH ANN O'CONNOR Judy 26 Arnoldale Road West Hartford, Conn. Athletic Association l, 2, 3g Graduation Choir, Latin Club l, 2, 3, President l, 3g English Club 2, 43 Junior Classical League 3g Hamiltonian staff 2, 3, 4g Biology Club 33 Chemistry Club 4, Foreign Policy Association 4. A smile is more contagious than a frown . . . athletic . . . one of the gleesome threesome . . . "hard-a-lee!" optimist . . . summer sailing counselor. CONSTANCE EILEEN ODLUM Connie 1230 Asylum Avenue West Hartford, Conn. Class President 1, Class Secretary 4, Academy Players 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Vice-President 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Debating Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, Foreign Policy 4, Biology Club 3, Junior Prom Committee, Graduation Choir. Party giver . . . helpful and understanding friend . . . a class leader . . . loves morning swims . . . spirit . . . Helen Hayes' understudy. ANN LOUISE O'LEARY ANN 130 Palm Street Hartford, Conn. Latin Club 1, Ancient History Club 1, English Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Biology Club 3, Foreign Policy 4, Civics Club 4, Red Cross Representative 4. Quiet and friendly . . . inviting smile and pleasing disposition . . . courteous and thoughtful . . . want an errand done? THERESA ANN ONOFRI Terry 388 Franklin Avenue Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Junior Classical League 1, Library Club 2, Civics Club 4, Foreign Policy Association 2. Loves baseball . . . record fan . . . "Donuts and coffee, anyone?" . . . short locks now . . . smiling and friendly. , i Tp UA!-1' fl! gall UNLV' ' HA' if ' 1 W W fy.: AND A ANNE PINTO Andy Neil Q' 20 Juniper Road I JJ , Bloomfield, Conn. N Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, Foreign Policy 4, Biology 3, English Club 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 4, Ceramics Club 1, Hamiltonian staff 2, 3, 4, Cheimstry Club 4, Ancient History Club 1. Always the appropriate remark . . . dependable . . . gladly assumes leadership . . . co-operative and clever . . . that learned look. GERALDINE MARY PINTO Geri 317 Capen Street Hartford, Conn. Latin Club 1, Mission Council 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Council 2, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Larks 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, Ancient History Club l, Student Council 2, 3, Biology Club 3, World History Club 3, Foreign Policy Association 4, Civics Club 4, English Club 2, 4. Always smiling . . . never a dull moment . . . lover of the piano . . . happy-go-lucky . . . avid Weaver rooter . . . keen sense of humor. JEANNE THERESA POUECH Jeannie Lakeside Lane Bolton, Conn. Class Vice-President 3, English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Biology Club 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Ceramics Club 3, Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, Hamiltonian staff 2, 3, 4, associate editor 4, Graduation Choir, Foreign Policy Association 4, Mission Council 4, Art Club 1, Chemistry Club 4, Ancient History Club 1. Lives in that little town of Bolton . . . diligent 4 H'er . . . friendly and sincere . . . always willing to do her share . . . generous . . . "What, please?" y, Wi J IRENE CATHERINE PRYSBY Irene 60 Barbour Street Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 4, Science Club 1, Debating Club 2, 4, Art Club 2, Business Club 4, Library Club 1, 2, Foreign Policy Association 4. Lover of pizza . . . rainy day blues . . . My air is as straight as a pin." . . . pleasant and soft-spoken . . . ever loyal to St. Michael's. M wmjgggfw' 66 h League 2. ,W 214 idkf it 5' MARCIA LEE PUTNAM Marsh Glastonbury, Conn. 211 Chestnut Hill Road Latin Club 1, French Club 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, English Club 2, 4, President 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, Junior Classical Likes Luden's cough drops . . . enjoys flowers in the park . . . sweet and quiet but full of surprises . . . "Oh, really?" . . . 244'-L' ' OL: iff,-,g ,qw -f1,flrf'f'rL4 if- 'ff 'il' if ' 4' 71.8 11, -vgff 14, 1 ff-4. 'f75g'tf,n,',., Jggoll-770 JANE FRANCES QUI LAN Q illlley 24 Middlefield Drive West Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 4, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Biology Club 3, Debating Club 4, Athletic Associa- tion l, 2, 3, Treasurer, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Ceramics Club 3, Junior Classical League 2, The Mount business staff, Foreign Policy Association 4, Chemistry Club 4, Art Club 1, 2. The way to have a friend is to be one . . . summers at Hampton Beach . . . theatre-goer . . . Look out! Small slopes are the most dangerous. I lover of parties. l CAROL ANN RABBETT Bunny South Street Suffield, Conn. Art Club 4, Athletic Association 3, Biology Club 3, Chemistry Club 4, Ceramics Club 3, 4, English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Foreign Policy 4, French Club 3, Gradua- tion Choir, Hamiltonian staff 3, Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, The Mount editorial staff, Mission Council 3, Class Secretary 3. Blue ribbon girl . . . cheerful and unruffled . . . our own 4 H'er . . . prize sheep . . . authority on the Civil War. MARIANNE REICHARDT Marianne 449 Summit Street Hartford, Conn, Ancient History Club 1, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 4, English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Foreign Policy Association, French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Graduation Choir, Junior Classical League 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2. Cool, calm, collected . . . honorary member of Im- maculate's Drum Corps . . . dances like a dream . . . "Oh, that Physicsli' . . . "Well, you see, it was like this . . ." VIRGINIA ADELAIDE REID Ginny 153 Garfield Road J West Hartford, Conn. Class Vice-President 1, English Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, 4, Biology Club 3, Debat- ing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4, Academy Players 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, Civics Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League 2, Ancient History Club 1, Foreign Policy Association 4, Art Club 1. Many friends . . . Fordham fan . . . frequent visitor to the social room . . . Christmas Madonna . . . gay and carefree. fd! CAROL ANN RICCI Carol 288 Prospect Street Wethersfield, Conn. Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4g Larks 3, 4g English Club l, 2, 43 Ancient History Club lg American History Club 2g Civics Club 4g French Club 43 Junior Classical League lg Biology Club 3g World History Club 3. Full of vivacity . . . Wethersfield fan . . . easy-going . . . lover of pizza . . . First National Stores . . . Oh, those sparkling eyes! . . . a smile for everyone. J UDITH MARIE ROACH Judy 215 Dauntless Lane Hartford, Conn. Library Club l, 25 Braille Club lg English Club 2g Junior Classical League 2g French Club 3g Biology Club 3g Foreign Policy Association 4. Dependable friend . . . loves dancing and pizza . . . good cook . . . roast beef on rye . . . seen with Moe and Malvadeen. ROBERTA ANN ROMANELLI Berta 20 Eastview Drive Hartford, Conn. Ancient History Club lg Biology Club 3g English Club 1, 2g Foreign Policy Association 4g French Club 3g Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Junior Classical League lg Latin 1. Graceful and calm . . . faithful to Cornfield Point . . . dancer . . . originator of potato chip sandwiches . . . she's her own hair stylist. CONSTANCE ANN SAPIA Cookie 109 Burnham Street Hartford, Conn. Junior Classical League 1, 2, English Club 1, 2, 4, Biology Club 3, Ceramics Club 3, French Club 3, President, Foreign Policy Association 4, The Mount, editor-in-chief, Ancient History Club 1, Chemistry Club 4. Takes life seriously . . . will be successful in any field . . . insomnia blues . . . capable woman driver . . . dependable editori chief 0'av".,w wwf ' av WMV WM :Qi . A V ,, , Latin Club History Club l, Foreign Policy Association 4. and conscientious . . . talent for short but stately . . . future speech major. SUE ELLEN SEXTON Sue 720 Mountain Road West Hartford, Conn. English Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 4, Vice-President 4, Athletic Association 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Larks 3, 4, Junior Classical League 2, 3, Graduation Choir, Foreign Policy Association 4, The Mount business manager, Biology Club, Debating Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. First lady of the business staff . . . outstanding debator . . . loyal friend . . . summers at Cape Cod . . . "Any more patrons?" Gail Biology Players l , Club 1, 2, i""""'N"' ,,,, rseee 3 JACQUELINE ANN SHEA Jackie 137 Westland Avenue West Hartford, Conn. Junior Classical League l, 2, French Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, Mission Council 4, Biology Club 3, English Club 1, 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, The Mount business staff, Junior Prom Committee. Wavy hair . . . enviable poise . . . keeps calm in a crisis . . . White Sands . . . summer telephone operator . . . 2:30 rides. ELIZABETH LOUISE SMITH Betty Lou Smith Road Collinsville, Conn. Student Council 3, Secretary, English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 4, Biology Club, Academy Players 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Ancient History Club 1, Civics Club 4, President, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Ceramics Club 2, Junior Classical League 1, 2, Foreign Policy Association 4, Art Club 1. Reid and Smith, Inc . . . choice remarks . . . capable harmonizer . . . Spanish classes . . . letters from Mis- souri . . . sincere friend. FRANCES ANN SITARO Fran 37 Shultas Place Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 4, Biology Club, Civics Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4, Ancient History Club l, The Mount editorial staff, Foreign Policy Association 4, Moderator, Parade of Youth Corres- pondent. Likeable manner . . . cheery smile for everyone . . . good student . . . avid Buckley fan . . . "Veni, vidi, vici Latin." WW Wiflw MMF! ggiff ling eyes. ELAINE MARIE SOWA Elaine 109 Cambridge Street Elmwood, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 4, French Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Biology Club, Academy Players 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League 1, 2, The Mount edi- torial staff, Foreign Policy Association 4, Ancient History Club 1. Contagious laugh . . . never at a loss for words . . . always ready for a d bate . . . most often seen 'th, Connielpyj 23622 cp!! Ml. f Wy. 449 gay times. MALVEDEEN ROSE SOBOLA Ma Junior Classical League 1 Science Club 1 Biology Club, Library Club 3 English 1 2 3 4 Foreign Policy Association 4 Civics Club 4 Willing worker 'Anyone need a chauffe unhurried and unworried capable cook spark M EANNE NOEL SPENCER Spence English Club 2 4 French Club 3 Glee Club 2 3 4 Class Treasurer 3 Foreign Policy Association 4 Junior Classical League 2 Red Cross 2 Civics Club 4, Latin Club 2 Graduation Choir Vim, vigor, vitality always ready for adventure . . . "too fabulous class treasury problems Quay fn-Iva. afifvfyf, fa'-ffl! I D lif0Lfvt,2., , 7fhdUL6, MARY HARDING STEPHENS Mary 148 Lake Street Manchester, Conn. Biology Club, Ceramics Club 3, English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, French Club 3, Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Library Club 4, The Mount editorial staff. Gentle and sweet . . . vocabulary from A to Z . . . big sister . . . soft-spoken and witty . . . classical scholar ELEANORE MARILYN STRONAWSKI El 910 Delilah Drive Windsor, Conn. English Club 2, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, Business Club 4, Athletic Association 2, French . . . all the way from Manchester. Club 3. Quiet and soft-spoken . . . "Hi" . . . best model in art class . . . Windsor commuter . . . good sport . . . al- ways cool, calm, and collected. if 4:40, .U - 62460 f 455,020 H .,ffAy,ff ,ytcj ,iffy G,-gyteiffzfo yVf3.,4u.g,fg - ffl!! 26Lfgf,.A f ff PATRICIA ANN STRUFF Struff 25 Florence Street Manchester, Conn. English Club 2, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4, Busi- ness Club 4, Science Club 1, Spanish Club lg Civics Club 4. Fun under the surface . . . present for jokes and good times . . . a blush and a giggle . . . typing! . . . fond of grinders . . . sporty clothes. ANNE THERESA SULLIVAN Sully 379 Hillside Avenue Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2g Academy Players 1, 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, Junior Classical League 1, 2, Ancient History Club 1g Graduation Choir, Foreign Policy Association 4, Art Club 1. Never burdened by worries . . . speedy . . . first in- first out . . . scientific interests . . . that wonderful trip to Philadelphia. KATHRYN HELENA SULLIVAN Kathy 8 Olive Street X Windsor Locks, Conn. Latin Club lg Junior Classical League lg Science Club lg Library Club lg English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Biology Club, Civics Club 4g Foreign Policy Association 4, Ceramics Club 3. Drum corps enthusiast . . . queen's court at Junior Prom . . . Oh, that car! . . . never a dull moment . . . devoted to Saint Francis Hospital . . . thoughful and friendly. ' .is r ' 1 ." ' 1 ' i JMARYf XNN 'JAYMJRN , it Mary i XXZI 21-Iailrisony Place K l' il' lv 7 Q ft axtford, Conn. y 'J i f 'E f A X - ' gigs Club 2, A Bufiness Club 4,,X1!8'ecretary 4, I, A yl,eti AAssociation 21, SRahi'sh Club 2, 3, Biology . Club L 1 4 l 1 -i L I Tall ahd s tely , . ood dense oilliumor . . . sparkling eyes . . wgjs tvit Geri . . . enjoys afgood time . . . ldves music . . . goo dancer. X KATHLEEN MARIE TRACY Trace 108 Bailey Road Rocky Hill, Conn. Science Club 1, Treasurer, Latin Club 1, English Club 1, 2, 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Ancient History Club l, Foreign Policy Association 4. Ardent hunter of wild game . . . a passion for flowers and fragrant surroundings . . . "Restless depth in thine azure eyes," but carefree in thy manner. BETTE MARIE VIGNEAU Betts 980 Forbes Street East Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 4, French Club 3, Treasurer, Latin Club 2, Junior Classical League 2, Foreign Policy Association 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, 3, President 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, The Mount art editor, Graduation choir, Junior Prom Committee. Master of the paint brush . . . ingenious ideas . . . friendly . . . hails from East Hartford . . . future fashion designer. MARIE LOUISE WALSH Marie 3 Rumford Street West Hartford, Conn. Glee Club 3, 4, French Club 3, Athletic Association 3, Civics Club 3, 4, President 4, Foreign Policy As- sociation 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Debating Club 4, Graduation Choir, English Club 3, 4, Art Club 4. Host of friends . . . subtle humor . . . dancing heart . . . C.Y.0. supporter . . . shopping at Bishop's Corner . . . Oh, those twinkling brown eyes! pdlagc, Giga, 6679 2 fiend! Vw. fmwqa, BARBARA LOUISE WANAT Bubsy 263 Pratt Street Meriden, Conn. English Club 1, 2., 3, 4, French Club 2, Latin Club 1, 25 Biology Club 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Junior Classical League 1, 2, The Mount business staff, Science Club 1, Secretary, Foreign Policy Association 4. Pleasing smile . . . Meriden rooter . . . happy-go-lucky . . . junior social room after school . . . dependable . . . sports fan . . . likes dancing . . . soft-spoken. CAROL WEBBER Cafgl 74 Deerfield Avenue Hartford, Conn. English Club l, 2, 4, French Club 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Academy Players 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League 2, Art Club lg Foreign Policy Association 4, Debating Club 2, 3, 4, The Mount business staff. Vivacious and friendly . . . sincere . . . happy party- goer . . . ardent conversationalist . . . lover of dramatics . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . . . "Hi." GERMAINE LORETTA WELCH Germaine 1729 Boulevard West Hartford, Conn. English Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Biology Club, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Sec- retary 2, Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, Ancient History Club 1, Hamiltonian staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Foreign Policy Association 4. Quiet and demure . . . ardent golfer . . always on time? . . . frequent visitor to Biology Lab . . . skiing, her middle name. Junior Junior Class Officers Kathryn Georgiades President Sharen Seedman Vice President Marabeth Carrigan Secretary Janet Marinaccio Treasurer Sopl-iomore Sophomore Class Officers Patricia Murphy President Martha Finley Vice President Sharon LaMont Secretary Jane Walsh Treasurer FIC Sl'11'1'1E1I'1 Freshman Class Officers Elizabeth O,Meara President Kathleen Dodge Vice President Catherine Lang Secretary Susan Gross Treasurer Seated: Kathryn Georgiades, Standing: Janet Marinaccio, Mara beth Carrigan. .-.1 f.e egefxm, -- - ---- H H --- -- A " '-inn Seated: Patricia Murphy, Standing: Martha Finley, Sharon La- Mont. Seated: Elizabeth O'Meara, Standing, left to right: Susan Gross. Catherine Lang, Kathleen Dodge. if -rr .-f"'+ J -Q aw' im, 1 Q 2 4 ' Q 5 Q Q.. U . . My Q gr :S ,wr 4 ff .sg "- ek, 'QW' Ag an Y. if "E-TQ , V ' , 0 ' aw M w. 3-f', fm, ik' ' V my Q V L ., 'g 5. Q A sm' M lwlw' X if 'Q - J Q Q qi' gig: A K ,W vs, f 2 ,Q ,S K. ' if if 5 fi ' if In Olll' ACTIVITIES Sweet Spirit of Wisdom presicie over all Om Th0ugI1fs,W0rds a11Cl ACfi0nS A Mount choir sings for the community via television. Left to right: Editor-in-Chief Constance Sapia, Art Editor Bette Vigneau, Business Man- ager Sue Sexton. THE MOUNT EDITORIAL STAFF Seated, left to right: Martha Jane Brown, Constance Sapia, Elaine Sowa, Standing, left to right: Patricia Cody, Margaret McGovern, Mary Battiston, Linda Chiaramonte, Harriet Davenport, Carol Masiuk, Frances Sitaro, Jo Ann De- Marco, Carol Rabbett, Jean Kneeland. 'tDon,t close the Post Office-weire on the t e I C wayli' Meeting deadlines, getting ads, changing, ' I t g e ifl I rearranging, it's all in a day's work for THE S S . gtntt MOUNT staff. at i J S A I Man- Co- Editors Dorothy Gallagher, Margaret Heneghan. Left to right: Business ager Isabel Doerfler, THE HAMILTONIAN EDITORIAL STAFF Seated, left to right: Lori Leavitt, Frances Steiner, Margaret Heneghan, Dorothy Gallagher, Barbara D'Anzi, Mar- garet McGovern, Standing, left to right: Sharon Mc- Sweeney, Susan McIntyre, Mary O'Connor, Patricia Henderson, Judith O'Connor, Harriel King, Deanna Guilmette, Sara Corcoran. The Mount MMV - L T Q5 TI NS THE MOUNT BUSINESS STAFF Seated, left to right: Marcia Brighenti, Sue Sexton, Jean Clementino, Standing, left to right: Jacqueline Shea, Mary Mulready, Gail Butler, Martha Dodd, Theresa Dolenga, Margaret Collins, Mary Jean Holleran, Jane Quinlan. Eagerly awaited each month by every girl of M.S.J.A., THE HAMILTONIAN strives to present interesting and informative articles about the activities and achievements of the student body. Photos, too, present the news. I E i tal 3 ! r 1 The Hamiltonian THE HAMILTONIAN BUSINESS STAFF Seated, left to right: Patricia Connor, Germaine Welch, Isabel Doerfler, Rosalie Gregson, Joan Goembeski, Stand- ing, left to right: Barabra Tedder, Arline Jacques, Annette D'Onofrio, Kathleen McKinney, Corinne Raviza, Mary Ellen Murphy. Seated: Margaret Heneghan, Standing, left to right: Sheila Kelly, Judith D'Atri, Brenda MacDonald, Harriel King, Constance Odlum, Loretta Blake, Ann Cooney, Leslie Micali, Judith Boudria. dalil: An organization intended to increase devotion to Our Blessed Mother, the sodality does much to develop the spiritual lives of its members. The ideal day of the sodalist includes Mass, Holy Communion, recitation of the Rosary and private meditation. tudent Counci The student councilors, elected representa- tives of the student body, govern wisely and well to keep the peace and preserve Mount traditions. Prefect Isabel Doerfler Assistant Prefects Dorothy Gallagher, Annette D,Onofrio Left to right: Dorothy Gallagher, Isabel Doerfler, Annette D'Onofrio. Red Cross ounei Members aid hospitals, orphanages, and homes for the aged with charitable work and visits. They receive in return a sense of com- munity service and the extra bonus of personal satisfaction. President Leslie Micali Vice President Barbara Petry Treasurer Jean Clementino Publicity Manager Susan McIntyre Seated, left to right: Leslie Micali, Barbara Petry, Standing: Jean Clementino, Susan McIntyre. This Mount club sponsors many projects in- cluding weekly collections, stamp collections, and Mission Day. President Mary Mulready Vice President Sharon McSweeney Secretary Barbara Petry Treasurer Patricia Moriarty lil' Mission ounci Catholic missions in all parts of the world are aided by the Mother McAuley Mission Unit. Left to right: Barbara Petry, Mary Mulready, Sharon McSweeney. MISSION BULLETIN all al' vw A, L3 Weekly work like this . . Under the skillful direction of Mr. Louis Pellettieri, Mount voices are raised in song each week, practicing to produce the blended harmony of the annual concert. The perfection of each concert is a tribute to their work. THE LARKS Seated: Joan Briggs, Standing, left to rght: Joan Bartizek, Martha Dodd, Angela Basile, Beverly Shephard, Gail Shea. Maureen Leddy, Patricia Lindberg, Gemma Amadeo, Patricia Peters, Judith O'Brien. ili hih i ,VV.,, .L ,. ., , A , ,, 1 1 ,,I,Vr.L :LI K6 i'- ' Q s A ' fig , S mm,, V , M S J A Y 1 g R g , M , Y . V .. R R , , s 0 ff 0 Q 0 , 3h i life' ,B Qgfffqfnpff-'haf 2,,t12,,,,f-1 91 fs 53310 Rn r -gl ,lyk .L i,?.ggnan fr n n.rr QS R. R nan as they , r , Lo -More f-fone mn A " 'fr'-wi, can B Q" 0 W' M- fir 0 I-'9' fi P' D 0' fs Us A fs 0 A O B' '91 ff' : r D -5, gy C fp If fx' any-f Fi fkff fa 0 Fl F1 A Q fi Q t , ' x .171 , 8 sci Jw? V1,L b1K2i"' 1 a 1 e . R A . B I , r m I 7. .,. ' '- .y B' a i xi. R. , H ,,,'!4' 1 V9 gm nw A Q -Z' 'gs-4 t 01 K A f A 0 ' I F' tk i ww iiL,iX.nf ki ,M fi B 5 Q w H fi it fri-f'e1 1 BH' F' id . ........ means concerts like this. President Joan Briggs G16 4 Vice President Kathleen Dempsey e Secretary Barbara Allshouse Treasurer Geraldine Rich GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Seated: Joan Briggs, Kathleen Dempsey, Standing: Geraldine Rich, Barbara Allshouse. Mr. Louis Pellettieri, Director Seated: Patricia Peters, Barbara Petry, Standing, left ' to right: Jean Clementino, Janet Marinaccio, Mary- L L 1 L margaret Gavigan. 1 u A school service organization, this club President Patricia Peters helps to keep the library in order by doing detail i i I work. The members meet once a month with Vice Presldent Jean Clementmo Sister M. Marion, librarian, to discuss old and Secretary Denise Bfunelle new books and their influence on American life. Poise and confidence as well as logic and Q I style, these are the attributes for which the Mount President Martha Dodd debaters strive. The club aims to give its mem- . . bers the practice that makes perfect. Vlce Presldent Sue Sexton Secretary Virginia Reid Left to right: Martha Dodd, Sue Sexton, Virginia Reid. P23 21 tg 5 Figiamegfg :s f 4 42-1 il-iQ1'Wff,,: +4 ez- fffgfgifzl T2 F 85 17 gy P 1 anal, ,,- if? 1 if f Q Q 1 ?' e 5? 1 ,gp 1' W Q pl El 4 w its , f :we s if, " ai - Q 2. Q , , t Q ng . "" -q A e ' '13 A - ' A lelv . X i fr it ctcl fax? :V - 4' ,. ff J . : M' M' 5 .,N. W' f 5' if 1 ,,-i ii is X ra fhletic S Sociation ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Seated, left to right: Barbara Moylan, Harriel King, Frances Pan- dolfe, Standing: Maura Gunning. , Q w g P V 1 5 it 4 ii f' ii' 1 ' i I , I 151 Lf-, . ,L ' E . as ei fi I IV,- ' Left to right: Germaine Welch, Margaret Potter, Bar- bara Kiejna, Annette D'Onofrio. The Athletic Association directs intramural activities in basketball, field hockey, volley ball and softball, giving its members a chance to compete with each other and to learn the prin- ciples of good sportsmanship. Other activities of the A.A. include skiing, bowling, and indoor and outdoor parties. President Harriel King Vice President Frances Pandolfe Secretary Barbara Moylan Treasurer Maura Gunning Ring-around-the-Rosey? Left to right: Margaret Heneghan, Joan Briggs, Gail Shea. Left to right: Betty Lou Smith, Marie Walsh, Barbara Gorman, Margaret Heneghan, Ann Galligan oreign Policy Ssociaiion The members of the Foreign Policy As- sociation have the opportunity to attend lectures and meetings with students of other high schools of the Greater Hartford area and form view- points on current events. They often hear out- standing speakers on world affairs. Civics Clubs President Betty Lou Smith Vice President Frances Jordan Secretary Margaret Heneghan President Marie Walsh Vice President Ann Galligan Secretary Barbara Gorman The aim of the members of the Civics Clubs is a high one: to become better citizens, more informed on the affairs of their government and better qualified to undertake their duties as citizens. Reading, writing, study, and debate help them to attain their goal. School Representative Margaret Heneghan Moderators Joan Briggs, Gail Shea, Margaret Heneghan, Annette DeLisa lang ACADEMY PLAYERS OFFICERS Left to right: Virginia Reid, Susan Odlum, Mary Margaret Sullivan, Marita Derby. Preparation . . . The Academy Players are dedicated to the development of dramatic talent. Their traditional presentation of the Christmas play is a high- light of the Christmas season at M.S.J.A. C1 I President Virginia Reid P Vice President Susan Odlum Secretary Mary Margaret Sullivan Treasurer Marita Derby . . . . . . . . . and production I 5 I 4.1335 Tgl ' , , l vrxbff X K Left to right: Jo Ann DeMarco, Jerlyn Mitchell Judith O'Connor, Louise Chenette, Barbara Bonetti Catherine Daly, Eleanor Chenette, Nancy Fellows? Patricia Henderson. A new world of magic and mystery unfolds before the eyes of fascinated chemistry students. Armed with theories, beakers, measures, and burners, Mount chemists explore the realms of Business Ciub President Dorothy Carter Vice President Kathleen McKinney Secretary Mary Taylor Treasurer Frances De Lucco Ciuemisfr both the known and the unkown with interest and enthusiasm. Club meetings in the Chemistry Laboratory, a favorite haunt, are eagerly anti- cipated. The good personality traits which are a "must" for every successful business employee are discussed at the meetings of this club. These are the Mountis career women of the future. Front Row, left to right: Sally Marks. Lucia Motta, Janet Cormier, Eleanore Stronawski, Arline Jacques, Jacqueline Miehaud, Patricia Connor, Second Row: Mary Landers Gloria Burke, Mary Taylor, Dorothy Carter, Kathleen McKinney, Patricia Huffman, Irene Prysby. -113772 enior l English Clubs Whitby Club President Marcia Putnam Vice President Patricia Conner Secretary Linda Chiaramonte Treasurer Cynthia Martocchio Councillors Sally Marks, Judith Gilligan Canterbury Club President Mary Mulready Vice President Carol Ricci Secretary Carol Crombie Treasurer Barbara Allshouse Librarian Mary Clifford Seated, left to right: Mary Mulready, Marcia Putnam, Marcia Brighenti, Standing, left to right: Mary Clifford, Carol Crombie, Patricia Connor, Linda Chiaramonte, Judith Gilligan, Sally Marks, Nancy Fellows, Margaret Collins. As supplementary classes in English, these clubs meet to give members a wider and more comprehensive view of the field of literature as well as a chance to further their own efforts in creative writing and thinking. Scribblers Club President Marcia Brighenti Vice President Nancy Fellows Secretary Margaret Collins Treasurer Andrea Pinto Sigma Virgi iiana Seated: Marcia Brighenti, Jo Ann DcMarco, Stand- ing: Sara Cialfi, Sharon McSweeney. l This Senior Latin Club investigates Roman civilization and literature in relation to modern times. Members obtain a deeper appreciation of the ancient world's contribution to present-day life. President Marcia Brighenti Vice President Jo Ann DcMarco Secretary Sharon McSweeney Treasurer Sara Cialfi You can find the members amid easels, palettes, and brushes in their top-floor studio nook-amateur Picassos endeavoring to develop their skills in the arts of painting and sketching. panish President Brenda MacDonald Secretary Sue Sexton Art Club Now, for a Seascape . . President Bette Vigeau Vice President Mary Duzak Secretary Mary Ccnci In their informal meetings the Mount senoritas find enjoyment in the language and life of Spanish-speaking peoples. Club activities acquaint the members with the cultural back- ground, customs, and character of Spain. "Buenos dias, senoritas!" RCHICIH SI' As, .qi I 1-f zlv. yyy, - N X i . , w 1:wrt'f ie frwereaa. th- J ,, Sl' l 9 5 f-F0432 ' fl 'K 86 lte Missa est. Chapel cenes wmmm1f- -11mm-ui1nf 'gn-:mmm-ummm if. innnnnmin eeiz Ye First if -uauu ef, Q Q 5 fr ' ,f W 53 ' f 5 N 11 ii it Qi ,l ,x i . Father Gannon relaxes between conferences during our Senior retreat. Words of wisdom from Father Healy, om- Father llernierk smiling face welcomed us to chaplain, teacher and friend, our Freshman and Junior retreats. ,E 5' p omore Parenfs Night And everyone h d fun! B f th I k room. Si, SIS 'Cf' Q gait 11131 K W A? Q D I? Wisdom C X Understanding Counsel 41 Fortitude Knowledge Piety GF Fear of the Lord Foundation Day For Thy Gifts, 0 Lord, we thank Thee. ing ceremony vb 1 .nogep 9 4' :Q 'fa D '. 'A-I s f x 3 ' 73 5 is 62' f 1 6 HAR Q en't they just b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-I!" eep it in the family Solemn moment U75 0 P Presenls S7 ,O Biff ocuslk la, Cfom 'flppll 26 , 1957 Of course it was heavenly! al It looks like fun. Time out to catch a breath. "It was only a paper moon . . ." Did I ever tell you about the time MISSIO This is our faculty?! Pm here to keep this game legal! Those Seniors never had a chance. the brownies? ' , 5' ,FV in ijt-,Q A l' gain 3 vs It looks interesting. v Our own slammin' Sammy Snead! i n ' ax --nn ii' N Y .1 , ,Q P ,sg 'Z' Receive, 0 Lord, our humble sacrifices for Thy sake "I have loved, 0 Lord the beauty of Thy House and the place where Thy Glory dwelleth." Christmas Oy W S Ji F S Cake and conversfltlon Smile pretty! Mot11er'Daug11ter Tea enior Parentys i Jr it 3' 1? Smiling faces reflect "It's our last Parent's Night, kids!" warm hearts. L GW Your Qwn The winners of the "Sew Your Own" contest, Lois DeMarc0, Judith Flagg, Patricia Mull, Kathleen Sullivan, Jacqueline hibit their finery .iff ' FA' X 53945 QE. --'QQ' an-1 .f A. .f-f. ,N. xg Q' . :gg nf .Jn .-Ai. r 4. P -,.4,-' ' D-nw ' "Mi if 521 As You have ttirougtiout ttie tour years ot our Mount HISTQRY Sweet Spirit ot Wisdom presicte over ali our ttiougtits, Worcts, anci actions... 5 L. rom ttiis moment . 'lh 12, ...., 1 .J J I' 'V' v, Sa' C FIGSLHIGH SPIRIT OF WISDOM, as wc come to this magic moment of graduation we turn to You, our Protector, to relive with us the happy memories of high school days. As we knelt in our radiant chapel that first day as freshmen we were joyful to be a part of the school body, eager to be at the threshold of our high school years and grateful to serve You as f'Mounties." Those first weeks flew by in a swift succession of activities-the most important being the untangling of the Mount's maze of halls, rooms and more halls. In October the Juniors feted us at a party. Our new-found digni- ty was shaken by the tokens we received: a rattle, a bow, and an all-day sucker! Class officers for the Freshman year were Constance Odlum, president, Virginia Reid, vice-president, Mary Mulready, secretary and Brenda MacDonald, treasurer. Sister Amadeus was our patient class adviser. We soon realized that the Mount would give us intellectual, social and spiritual guidance as the year's program unfolded. We listened to noted speakers such as Monsignor Terrence McMahon, Executive Editor of the Catholic Transcript, Father Joseph Sweeney, nationally known Maryknoll missioner, and Mr. Paul Silverstein, president of the Rogers Co. We prepared for our first Parents Night and presented a play celebrating the feast of the Epiphany. This was a memorable affair since it was our first project as a class. It was a new experience for our parents, too, and they were almost as nervous as we were! During our first retreat under the expert guidance of Father Joseph Bernier, S.S.S., we grew closer to You, Sweet Spirit of Wisdom. Spring brought the thrill of the annual Glee Club Concert. Later, we acknowledged the Oueenship of Mary in our beautiful crowning cere- mony. Our first Mission Day was hectic as we scurried around decorat- ing booths, baking brownies and counting up the profits. The climax of our freshman year was the class outing at Riverside Park. It was a happy ending to an important year. We had reached the quarter mark of our goal. HI TGRY Sophomore S Upon our return to M.S.J.A., excited and suntanned. we assumed our position as "upper lowersf' We acquired an air of dignity befitting our rank as sophomores. At the inauguration of our class officers in October a solemn ceremony was held for the presentation of Marian medals. The incoming officers were presented these medals, likenesses of our Spiritual Mother. by our out-going officers. Harriel King, Joan Briggs, Linda Chiaramonte and Joan Corthouts were elected president. vice-president, secretary and treasurer respectively. Our retreat was given that year by Father Timothy O,Dwyer, S.J. His devotional guidance and humorous quips on Marlon Brando were the highlights. The main social event of the year was f'Sophomore Samples in Spring Settings." Directed by Sister Natalie. our class advisor, we marched onstage. keeping step to the drumbeat, and entertained our parents with a medley of French songs and Spanish dances. lt was an amusing and interesting Parents Night. Toward the close of the school year a Senior-Sophomore party, featuring a treasure hunt, was held. We all scurried around campus searching for the intricate clues that led to the hidden prize. This was the first time that we were hostesses to a sister class. Lake Ouassapaug, the garden spot of Connecticut, was the scene of our class outing. It provided all overworked sophomores with an out- let for mixed feelings of relief and anticipation. A O' 'X M ,Q ' 4. ,A I :wif it 'x al l Q.- I ll if ',-. f ei fi , 5.557 :E 4 1:f'iii .,.-, A ' i-,I ..... . ...,,... . ,-.i- V. si -I . ...A i . Ei SS Juniors Many of us, having experienced our first summer jobs, breathed a sigh of relief at the opening of the school year. Numerous changes awaited our arrival, Our beloved principal, Sister lrmine, had been ap- pointed Superior at Saint Joseph College. Sister Evelyn, already dear to many of us for her untiring interest, patience and understanding, assumed the position of principal. We were sorry to learn that Father Smith, known and respected by so many 'fMounties", had been transferred to Waterbury. ln his stead we were happy to welcome Father Healy, our new chaplain. New faces on our faculty were Sister Jonathan, and the Misses Welch, Giordano and Lane. Among those missing were Sister Corita and Miss Stanislawczyk. Several new students from Cathedral High School joined our ranks. Our earnest officers were Martha Dodd, president, Jeanne Pouech, vice-president, Carol Ann Rabbett, secretary, and Jeanne Spencer, trea- urer. Our first undertaking as upperclassmen was the Junior-Freshman Halloween party. Arrayed in odd and fanciful costumes, we abandoned our dignity to enjoy games and the traditional cider and doughnuts. Foundation Day had a special meaning for us as we helped celebrate the one hundred twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Sisters of Mercy. Our honored guest was His Excellency the Most Reverend Henry J. O,Brien, Archbishop of Hartford. Earlier in the day we assisted at the Pontifical High Mass in St. Joseph Cathedral, little dreaming that our beautiful mother church would soon lie in ashes. HIC TCRY uniors Christmas came and with it the Mount's traditional Christmas play. a lovely tribute to the Redeemer. For the second time we were fortunate to have Father Bernier as our Retreat Master. This period of recollection aided us toward our ultimate goal. personal sanctity. Feb- ruary found many new faces in the classrooms and halls of M.S.J.A.. members of the Evaluating Committee of the State Board of Education and the New England Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges. Their verdict-the Mount was in excellent academic health. Early spring marked the departure of Father Lanouette who had replaced Father Healy during his illness. Father Lanouette found a lasting place in our hearts although his stay here was short. In April we mourned the death of Sister Valerian, noted throughout her life for the shining joy she expressed in her religious vocation. In that same month we received. at the hands of our Senior sisters, our class rings, symbols of our Catholic education. Perhaps by now the newness of our rings has worn off. but the sense of dignity and honor they instilled in us will never fade. April, too. brought us to "Almost Paradise," our first formal dance-the epitome of loveliness and gaity. May heralded the awarding of our golden Senior tasscls. We were now on the eve of our last quarter toward the final goal. .1 . ef 5 jf-g':t.s tk g K if -:av v ff - . 5 . t ' A wg . l r m7E,: , , W . ,W , iw.. tam .. Hn.. as if 5 CLASS HISTGRY Seniors As we walked the familiar path in the fall of our Senior year, our hearts quickened for we were at the pinnacle of our Mount days. We missed Sister Natalie and the Misses Campanelli, Cashion, Morse and Giordano. We welcomed Sister Herman Joseph, who helped us bcgin our new Sodalityg Mrs. Brook. who became our new gym teacher, Mr, James Looby. who daily shared his classical knowledge with us, and Mrs. Rahm, whose departure we lamented in November even as we welcomed Mrs. Freeman. We especially missed Father Frisbie's familiar gait, endless good humor, and honest interest in our problems. Election time gave us as president Peggy Heneghan, vice-president Loretta Blake, sec- retary Constance Odlum and treasurer Harriel King. Our yearbook was launched in mid- October with the untiring efforts of Constance Sapia. editor. and Sue Sexton, business manager, and their hard-working staffs. The diligence of all, under the guidance of Miss Lane, was evi- dent, for the light in the yearbook room often glimmered long after the last locker had been slammed shut. Meanwhile, all the seniors acquired that f'polished" look as class pictures were taken. Mad dashes between Brown Studio and M.S.J.A. were common until every last smiling face was counted into the yearbook. Soon we were eagerly awaiting the arrival of the visiting postulants of the Sisters of Mercy. Among these Sisters at the outset of the religious life, new acquaintances were made and old re- newed. Next. we were privileged to hear Mrs. Robert Mahoney, president of the National Council of Catholic Women, speak to us in Assembly. We discovered that as we grow older, friends will undoubtedly be separated. In No- vember Janet Landis, a fellow-classmate, left us for her new home in Massachusetts. Our informal dance, "Fall Fantasy," was an ap- propriate finale to the fall season. Winter snows, soon to follow, did not discourage Father Ed- ward Gannon, who arrived to direct our final retreat, one which left us with thoughtful minds and misty eyes. We celebrated Christmas with our special Senior privilege, singing carols from the chapel loggia. Christmas brought another honor to our class, too, in the form of a television appear- ance by a senior choir on Monsignor Wodar- skiis holiday program which was presented on Channel 3 in Hartford. Early in 1958 we entertained our mothers at a formal tea. In late January we discovered that You, Sweet Spirit, surely protect the seniors, for we survived both Asiatic flu and mid-year exams. The acquisition of the new green rug in our senior social room brightened our spirits as we embarked on the second half of the school year. Our last Parents Night involved a hobby and talent show. Numerous classmates portrayed the importance of extra-curricular activities, proving to teachers and parents alike that some diversions from homework are worth while. We presented the operetta "Kathleen" on St. Pat- rick's day. It was a rousing Irish folk musical, colorful and gay owing to the bright green, black, and white costumes hand-made by hard-working Senior seamstresses. Spring came and with it the growing expectation of graduation and hectic re- hearsals for the class play. The finished product was highly entertaining and successful. The year ended with a whirl of activities: the sparkling Senior Reception, Class Night, the thoughtful pause of Recollection Day, and then, at last, Graduation. The stately procession, the recep- tion of diplomas and the inspiring commence- ment address - these were the sweet, flying shadows of Graduation Day. Sweet Spirit of Wisdom, now as we dwell on these memories many little things return to us. The beautiful paintings we hardly noticed in the halls, the attention-getting bells and im- portant bulletin board notices vying for our attention, those "silly" conversations in the lock- er room, hysterically funny answers in class, the inevitable disappearance of chapel caps when the Benediction bell was rung, embarassment at receiving library overdue notices in assembly, the deep anxiety on Monday morning when a test loomed up, the friends we made-all these things we remember, and more. We will always remember the tranquility of the campus when the foliage was full and the majesty of the Mount, pure and shining in winter snow. May we carry this memory in our hearts, Sweet Spirit, as an inspiration for our lives, lives made stronger because of our Catholic education and Mount heritage. 'W-,-.J 4 n W 1: .19 x aw Y t Spirit ot Wisdom, p s nie over all our thoughts, cis anct actions from this ent it-Q7- W - -- - "" x-s' - - ' - ,. , , '- Q' - " " ...-.- ' -,:. - ' ' ' - ' Y Y Y V 'Xb' -v1:Q:' 1' mi. Y A ' W ,Vi A TA in 'A 4, Z A Q -' , ., ' V ------ A Ali.. - ---A b 1 , Y Al .. F -. 4, 1-.. ,off -9- , W rf XXX Patrons Rt. Rev. Monsignor George Grady Rt. Rev. Monsignor Thomas P. Mulcahy HH Rev. Martin T. Keane Rev. David O. Liptak Rev. John J. McDonald Rev. Thomas C. O'Neil Mr. and Mrs. P. Amadeo Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe L. Atherton Mr. and Mrs. John Bartizek Mr. and Mrs Cyril D. Belanger Mr. and Mrs Walter E. Blake, Sr. Mr. and Mrs Alfred F. Brighenti Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Briggs, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Britton Mr. and Mrs. William J. Brown Mr. and Mrs F. K. Broderick Mr. and Mrs. James W. Butler Mr. and Mrs Thomas Calio Mr. and Mrs Joseph F. Chennette Mr. and Mrs George S. Chiaramonte Mr. and Mrs.William B. Cialfi Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Cilento Mrs Jose h V. Clementino Mr. d . p Mrs. Jerome Clifford Mr. and Mrs.William J. Cody Mrs. Katherine C. Coffey Mrs. Monica Collins Compliments of a Friend Mr. and Mrs. Frances T. Conboy Mr. and Mrs. John J. Conner Dr. and Mrs. James L. Corthouts, Sr. Judge and Mrs. John P. Cotter Mrs. Anne Crombie Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Daly Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. Davenport Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. DeLisa Mr. Dominick J. DeLucco Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeMarco Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Dodd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doerfler Mr. and Mrs. Julius A. Dolenga Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edmunds Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Fellows Mr. and Mrs. J. Henri Fortin Mr. and Mrs. John E. Gilligan Mr. and Mrs Norman Glennie Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hollcran Mr. and Mrs Thomas F. Hamill Mr. and Mrs. William J. Harvey Mr. and Mrs Burton Henderson Mr. and Mrs Thomas J. Heneghan Mr. and Mrs Arthur Jackson Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Francis B. Jacques Francis M. Jordan Peter A. Kask George F. Kelly David A. Kiernan Harry E. King Philip J. LaCava Mr. Raymond LaMoy Mr. Thomas Landers Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Joseph J. Leary E. P. Leddy William B. Liebler Edward Lucas John R. Lyons .S. A. Marks E. Martocchio Julian J. Masiuk, Sr William Mazur Henry McCann Gilbert Miehaud Howard H. Mino James L. Mitchell Albert C. Monde Victor Morelli Dr. and Mrs.Mortimer E. Moriarty Mr. and Mrs. Santo Motta Miss Elizabeth C. Nagle Miss Helen A. Nagle Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. William L. Nagle Peter Naktenis .William R. O'Brien James T. O'Connor . Frank Odlum Frank Onofri James J. Pinto Frances M. Prendergast Mr. Robert Presutti Mrs. Mary Prysby Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Trinity Drug Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Quinlan William F. Rabbett Joseph F. Reichardt William J. Reid Adolph Sapia Richard T. Sexton Harding J. Stephens S. J. Sobola John M. Sullivan Timothy Sullivan George R. Taylor Company John E. Walsh .Edward M. Wanat Benjamin Webber Lawrence J.Welch MOUNTAIN VIEW SERVICE STATION Bishop,s Corner West Hartford, Conn. Phone AD 3-9084 Tires - Batteriex - Acce.v.vorie.v - Road Service AIRCRAFT Combination Aluminum WINDOXVS DOORS IALOUSIES PORCHES AWNINGS CANOPIES "Quality Onlyu Since 1947 AIRCRAFT WINDOW 81 DOOR CO. 10 SPENCER COURT .IA 8-4481 East Htfd., Conn. .IA 8-4181 ANDREW A. PINTO, Prop. SIGOURNEY BURK FOOD STORE. INC. 97 - 99 ASHLEY STREET HARTFORD MOHAWK TRAILER COMPANY 5 OFFICES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE RIVERSIDE TRUST CO. HARTFORD NEW HARTFORD - PORTLAND COLLEGE CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS Tel. CH 7-3151 1301 Broad Street Hartford, Conn. FREE CALL AND DELIVERY Z THE CHERNIACK CC. FURS - FEMININE APPAREL MERIDEN, CONN. RAVIOLI KITCHEN 499 FRANKLIN AVENUE CCOrner of South Streetj HARTFORD, CONN. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1958 ST. LEO'S CHURCH East Patterson, New jersey Pastor: Rev. Edward J. Holleran, O.F.M. COMPLIMENTS OF FREEMAN DRUG CO. J. CANNARELLA, Reg, Pharm. Corner Maple Avenue and Freeman Street Phone CH 7-0610 Hartford, Conn. COMPLIMENTS OF JULIUS A. 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Specializing in Italian Spaghetti, Ravioli and Real Italian Pizza orders put up to take out Phone ,IA 2-7832 THE AMERICAN HOME SUPPLY 68 NEW BRITAIN AVENUE HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Hardware, Paints, Lumber, Maxon Supplies I I "ONE PICTURE IS WORTH A DOZEN STORIES" COMPLIMENTS OF BROWN OF HARTFORD cl.Ass PHOTOGRAPHERS Telephone JA 2-8905 57 PraH S'rree+ Har'rforcI, Conn COLE PHARMACY Frances B. Cole, Ph.G., Reg. Pharm. Phone .IA 3-8122 1119 New Britain Avenue at Grove ELMWOOIJ, CONN. AMERICA'S FINEST FURNITURE at lowest posrible prices NASSAU'S 3053 Main Street North End of Hartford OPEN EVENINGS INDUSTRIAL DESIGN SERVICE 363 Capitol Avenue Hartford 6, Conn. JOHN F. MONAHAN CH 7-8452 AD 3-1304 BEST WISHES FROJII THE CLASS OF '53 I IIllIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIII'I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIllllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIII Phone, Oldfield 8-43-I5 Sand Hill Road BOURGEOIS 81 SHAW, INC. 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