Mount St Joseph Academy - Sheaf Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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S-sq 'P , 1 A, , 1.-9 '4 I pcs jilllessus In Semme I et us pledge today to our M S J That we ll true to Alma Mater be forever See her banner falr waving m the air Come and rally round the purple whnte and gold Students one and all hearken to the call And to Alma Mater give the best that s ln you To her Glory hall for she ll never fall CHORUS Purple IS noblllty of spirit, White IS for ldeals high and pure, Gold typxfies staunchness that hes In every heart steady and sure May we all be worthy of ltS colors Noble, pure and loyal for aye Wlth thls motto e er before us ln life Spes Messxs In Semme Y 7 f 9 . . . . , 9 . , . . , . D So remember then the purple, white and gold. 7 5 0 , . 0 I 9 This, our yearbook, is a symbol of the many pleasant events we have enjoyed at the Mount cluring this past year. Our theme for The Sheaf of 1959 is the school song, HSPES MESSIS IN SEMINEU. This title, "The Hope of the Harvest is in the Seedv, explains the primary aim of Mount Saint Joseph Academy - to nurture the seed of youth which will blossom into secure Catholic womanhood. In our school song we have stressed particularly the virtues of nobility idealism and fidelity These are typified by our familiar school colors of purple white and gold which in completion of our theme we have used on the cover of this yearbook Our teachers who have been our guiding forces in the past four years have cultivated these ideals in us We shall always remember and be grateful to them but espe cially will we remember our dear parents Always eager to help us they trained directed and comforted us through our youth It is with hearts filled with apprecia tive thanks that we dedicate this yearbook to them our cherished parents elutatuzm to nur parents f-W rags? F" . -I nu Ill -ss- CLASSES .ia ACTIVITIES 2 'QV .A-'N. 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Representa- tiveg Catherine Drennen, Sodality Representa- tiveg Marie Estelle O'Donnell, Secretary: Bar- bara Bradshaw, Treasurerg Mary Kay O'Con- nell, President: Lorraine Cajano, Viccvpresi- dent: Diana Stango and Elizabeth Doyle, Stu- dent Council Representatives. Sophomore Class-Top: Mary Clare Hunt, So- dality Representativeg Catherine Miraglia and Diana DeGregorio, A. A. Representutivesg Kathleen Reilly, Sodality Representativeg Helen - McBride, Treasurerg Joann Nicolella and Carol Dewees, Student Council Representalivesg Mary Beth Honeyman, Secretaryg Denise Belcher, Presidentg Margaret O'Connell, Vice-president. Freshman Class-Top: Jeanne Brady and joan Cantono, Sodality Representatives: Margaret Smith and Patricia Cannon, A. A. Representa- tivesg Patricia Condon, Secretaryg Anita Garcia, Presidentg Marie Ryan, Vice-presidentg Gale Rothwell, Treasurer. E 12: , 5 Www ,, Ei! 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'- ,nf SEWI While Lois Trench is being htted for her skirt by Sister Georgina, and Patricia Murray and Barbara Bradshaw are busily engrossed in their sewing, Carol Burton looks puzzled. ....,.i...... t .fs Sh Z 3111 RELIGIG The students of Senior B culminate their study of "Our Life, Our Sweetness. and Our Hope" by a display of art and poetry in her honor. Here, Annabella Perez puts her drawing on the bulletin board and Eleanor Kandle types the poems. Sister Austin Marie admires Mary Anne Doyne's water color. SINGI Sister Cecilia Bernard's expression seems to indicate pleasure as each junior "sings and prays twice". HYGIE The boarders give Miss Pezzana their rapt at tention as she discusses with them the impor tance of good health. 1 0' 1. .. it G LATI IV Q12 r- L xx Q AN Q Yi, ik' QUKI. , :ff LSA 1 ,, X 5 B X it . 0 I -.1'L. L t 5 uf X N PM 4 ,L Q .W-nguoi" , ..,-of My ART U1 Zi ,Q ro 'f su 71 -1 E.. 5 fl! rx 2. O -1 2 :- fo 2 ul so fo ' 5 ui H o U' fo U fo 5 9' 5 UQ M31 Patricia Cannon in circles XF Concentrated efforts and flying fingers are perfect in- gredients for success in Sister Euphrasias typing class. GYN1 Miss Skelly demonstrates a proper serve to the Sopho- IIIOFCS. TYPI lu Q- f. "1 7""w .flgn - my , r .3 3- 3,,,,,,f AU" ev Fam? 5 X oh' ' ,1 A 1 , D ... fy 1 A ' f ' 'i s..-1 ' ff .- fr -- sf I My l s if ,V , "fs", 4-at - I I I if QL' xi,-Q' 0 'fs fa J 8 V -15 17,15 'QF S .UQ . , ,. MS-fi' , fm X-s. PQ . V,,k ',.- ,,-f FRENCH SPADHSH Wlth the approval of Sister Jane Matllda Paula McGmn explains a problem to the Freshmen ALGEBRA The French departments new tape recorder IS put to good use by Sister Rosa Mystlca and the junxors Sister Wxlllanx Marne nods ln agreement when the class notes las dos y medla I games and by enriching our knowledge of Roman culture. If in Junior and Senior year, we choose Latin as an elec- tive subject, we may become members of the Latin Club. Through its activities we supplement our knowledge of Latin already received in the classroom by presenting original skits, singing familiar songs in Latin, playing Everyone looks forward to the fun and prise of our meetings, for the members they will be called on to participate in "Nominate Illud Verbumu. Members of the Latin Department Joseph prepare seriously and diligently especially the sur- never know when a lively game of at Mount Saint each year for the Nationwide Competitive Latin Examination. This contest directed by Dr. Albert E. Warsley, editor of the Auxilium Latinum classroom magazine, and sponsored by the Asso- ciation for the Promotion of the Study of Latin, offers a keen challenge to the intellectual precision of the students. They can be justifiably proud of the six trophies which have been awarded to the Mount students for their achieve- ment in the study of Latin. Q A1315 LATIN CLUB Barbara D'Ambrosio, Presidenfg Marion Williams, Senior Pro- gram Manager, Elaine Leo, Junior Representativeg Billie Rexach, Junior Program Manager, Sister Claire Helene, Moderator. Pat Whelan, a former Quo Vadis president, lectures on her slides of classical countries. Those who have earned honors in the Nationwide Competitive Latin Examination display their certificates. We are especially proud of our five classmates who merited the "Summa Cum Laude" medal. Q ,S Q' P It W, it Dorothy Dolan asks, "May I take your order, please?" El Circulo Espanol joins its extracurricular activities with class- room work in an attempt to familiarize its members with the cus- toms, the literature, and the art of Spain, Mexico and the South American countries. Its purpose is to strengthen friendship be- tween those countries and ours. The members of the club have done this very capably. The club has many activities. After the initiation of the new members, the hrst of these was the annual trip to New York. At our next meeting we had an interesting program describing the classical music of Spain. At the Christmas party the seasonal customs of Spain and Mexico were discussed, a traditional pinata was broken, and Christmas greetings from Father James A. Flaherty, our mission priest, were read. The April meeting cele- brated Pan American Day by singing Latin American folk songs, dancing to the tune of these songs, displaying Pan American Hags, and planting pansies to commemorate the day. The official club flowers are the gardenia and the rose, and the motto is the prayer of Saint Theresa, "Nada te turbe, nada te espanten. The Spanish version of the song "America" is the club song. The members place themselves under the protection of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and promote devotion to her. EL CIRCULQ ESPA CDL SPANISH CLUB The cast of "La Professors Esta en el Hospitalv. iQue muchachas felices! fi Barbara DiTommaso, Vice-Presidentg Elizabeth Massaniso, Secrelaryg Anne Albarelli, Presidentg Sandra Shields, Treasurerg Sister William Marie, Moderator. Pat McKeown explains the art museum as Marion whips up a "Louvre Specialn. FRENCH CLUB The primary functions of Le Cercle Jeanne d,Arc, the French Club, are to develop the student's abilities to speak and understand and to acquaint her with the cultural aspects of life in France. The first of the club activities differed from the ordinary procedure because it was a trip to New York City. The Senior and Junior Modern Language students, accom- panied by the faculty as their guests, traveled by bus to New York where they shopped, lunched, attended a Broad- way production, and dined at Longchamps in the Empire State Building. The remaining meetings were devoted to the develop- ment of the central theme for the year - Paris. This was achieved through the mediums of small plays, informative talks, and short movies presented by each of the classes. The final activity of the French Club was the visit to the Philadelphia Museum of Art where the students viewed the works of the masters which they had previously studied: And so, it is through these various activities that the members of Le Cercle Jeanne d'Arc endeavor to acquire a cultural as well as a factual knowledge of France - her language, her customs and her people. Tish and Janice decide to sample Barbarais cuisine. Leave it to the Seniors to keep their audience amused. LE CERCLE JEANNE D'ARC Diane Driscoll, President, Barbara D'Amhrosio, Vice-Presidenlg Anne Leary, Secretaryg Patricia Mullins, Treasurerg Sister Rosa Mystica, Moderator. Nh. Elizabeth Beitel, Vice-Presidentg Barbara Mallon, President. Those girls who take the commercial subjects and who will probably fulfill their vocations in the business world, belong to an association lcnown as the Secretarial Christo- phers. These girls realize that as Catholic women in a secular World, their duty will be to spread Catholic Action. Their motto, "It is better to light one candle than to curse the darlcnessw, is carried out by their many projects. The students collected toys and wearing apparel for the poor children of Philadelphia, especially for those in Saint Theresa's Parish. In imitation of the Holy Family, the girls brought happiness and joy to the old men and women when they visited the home of the Little Sisters of the Poor. Thus, in their own small ways, they are making the world a better place in which to live. Joanne Durney and Betsy Massaniso dress up the Christophers' bulletin board. I 1 t f SECRETARI L CHRISTCDPHERS " Toys for tots at St. Theresa's Parish. The Christophers lan a visit to the Philadel hia Elec- tric Company. "Stars in my Eyes" IEUWLA D CL B Surprise ! "He who knows what sweets and virtues are in the ground, the waters-the planets, the heavens and how to come at these enchantments is the rich and royal manf, Emerson The Nieuwland Science Club, named in honor of the late Father Nieuwland, noted scientist from Notre Dame, Indiana, attempts to make each student "a rich and royal man" through her mem- bership in the association. This year the meetings were devoted to astronomy. After studying and discussing the twelve signs of the Zodiac, we made several trips to the observatory where we viewed through the telescope various constellations and planets. Work in the chemistry class is supplemented by the actual experiments in the laboratory where precision and formulas are exercised. Foremost of these were the original Christmas centerpieces made by the girls. In addition to these, the students acquired a knowledge of photography and development of films. Interest in this activity was increased by an enlarger, a recent gift to the Nieuwland Club. Thus is each girl brought to a deeper realization of the true nature of scientific elements. What a dandy developer! joan Gagliardi, Secretary-Treasurerg Patricia McAdams, Presidentg Rose Ann Runkewich, Vice-Presidenlg Sister Mary Kieran, Illoderator. an Q.. Q K ' fig? Ni V 'l g, , S A Uh- N f . 1 . , - 5" 5 ! ,gl "' Louise Barrett, President: Patricia McKeown, Vice-President: Marion Williams, Secretary-Treasurer: Joan Murphy and Barbara McCrea, Representativesg Susan Higley, Adviserg Sister Austin Marie, Moderator. W w Susan Ryan helps the Student Council through her active participation. 6 1 I I' I X 1 X 1 t K l 1 I 1 j i I X I 1 I y Louise Barrett checks Jeanne Bradys name as she re- ports for her first day at the Mount. STUDE T CQUNCIL The Student Council is the representative body of the school. The students elect Councilors and the principal work of those chosen is to assist the faculty in maintaining the high ideals of the Mount. This year the Council inaugurated several practices. The first was the welcoming of the freshmen by Senior Council members. A suggestion box was introduced to afford the students an opportunity to express their opin- ions and offer helpful criticisms. At the open meetings which occur on the third Monday of each month, we discuss the suggestions offered and any other business. Here, the girls are able to participate more actively in the student government of their school. The councilors themselves meet on the first Monday to examine the rules, provide amendments when necessary and plan for the subsequent meeting. Each officer thanks the faculty- and student body for their most valuable aid in making this a fruitful year for the Student Council. Elaine Serfillippo pays a quarter to redeem her confiscated jersey. Patricia Mullins, Secretary-Trcasurerg Joan Murphy, President Patricia McKeown Vice President. SQDALITY The Sodalists wait their turns for the Retreat lVlaster's autograph. The purpose of our Sodality is to bring each of us closer "ad jesum per Nlariamv. Every month we undertake two projects, a spiritual one and a material one. The first consists of our prayers, visits to the Blessed Sacrament and novenas. The second is composed of contributions to the Little Sisters of the Poor, and to the Bishops, Fund, clothing drives and collection of stamps for the foreign missions. Through participation in these activities we try to keep alive in all our Sodalists the spirit of ugivingn. Each Monday morning we lift our hearts to Mary through the recitation of the Little Oflice of the Immaculate Conception, and our devotional hymn, "Child of Mary". This weekly practice helps to prepare us for present and future work as lay Apostles of Catholic Action. In appreciation for all the favors granted to us through her intercession, we terminate the school year hy crowning our loving Mother, Queen of the May and pledging ourselves forever true Chil- dren of Mary. RETREAT E T9 in Let us pray . . Spiritual reading enriches the Sodalists. Selma Matouk spends a quiet moment in prayer before the Good Counsel shrine. ,.L...L DE W., ff A ix -4-Wxj i if v . M, ,, ,f""""' f lk f . in .f Ylliipi' QQ ww 1'-Q32 ,, , W9 'W' 1 w 'air K- L'AgL W ACADRAM Carmelia Logrippo, Secretaryg Elaine Leo, Treasurer: Mary Lynne Besselman, Program Managerg Betty Jane Beitel, Presidentg Sister Jane Matilda, Moderator. Stage Crew-Selma Matouk, Barbara Bradshaw, Bar- bara D,Ambrosio, Lois Trench, Pat McAdams, Andrea Gill, Margaret McNamara. .c , , LL... Bravo!! "Don't count your chickens before they are hatched,', is the proverb that Denise and Pat try to pantomime. Any mountie possessing "true talentn may seek admittance into Acadram, the dramatic club. The Acadram year springs into action immediately following try-outs in early fall. After the new members have been admitted, these "future-starlets" of the re- spective classes produce various skits and monologues at private meetings throughout the year. The first public activity sponsored by Acadram this year was the annual Harvest Dance which was the usual social success. Following the Harvest Dance, came the inspiring Christmas play, "Coins of His Kingdom", an adaptation from the film pro- duction of "The Robe". This memorable performance portrayed with delicate sensitivity the true meaning of Christmas and deep- ened the joyful spirit which pervaded the Mount. "The Mikado", a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, was the main dramatic feature of the year. Two separate casts alternated for the five performances. Many hours of hard but pleasant work, the able direction of those in charge, and the whole hearted co-opera- tion of the entire school combined to effect an excellent production. And so, as the curtain falls on the 1959 Acadram year, the oihcers and members of the organization express deep appreciation to all who helped make it a successful one. A A Officers Rose Ann Runkcwnch Repreeentalne Sandra Shrelds Secretary oan Gagllardl Vice President Mary L12 Norrett Pres: dent Margaret McNamara Treasurer Judy Rhoads Rcpresentalwe Slster Clalre Helene Moderator The Athletxc Assoclatlon IS one of the larg est and most tmportant organtzattons at Mount Samt oseph It embraces the entlre student body tn 1tS membershlp and the enttre scholas t1c year ln tts HCUVIIICS Although the physl cal development of the 1nd1v1dual IS a prxmary atm the Athlettc ASSOCIHIIOH strlves equally to msttll IH 1ts members through 1ts program of sports a sense of faxr play, courtesy and co operatlon It IS to be hoped that thxs Splflt may be charactetxstlc of Mount students not only tn sports but also 1n all thexr dealmgs wtth others In th1s way the Athlettc Assocxa non alms to further the nobtlnty of spxrlt hxgh lcleals and staunchness of purpose whxch thexr beloved purple, whlte and gold represent l ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO hockey. Joan Dull, Assistant-llflanager of basketballg Sara Lee Hayden, Basketball Managerg Joanne Scott, Hockey Illanagerg Peggy Ann Norrett, Assistant-Manager of Cheerleaders Janice Cutlllo fcaptaml Betty Jane Beltel, Josephine Malo, Carolee Burkhart, Louise Barrett, and Mary Lynnc Besselman W' W '-ij' L . ,, , 3 l I .J . I v tr -'L . h . A . . .- fi! ,J A la ZA L 214 .5533 1 llllll L V w J ., r 1 egg 242.3 , ' .L ,fe 5 f 3 Q Q -' .Q my K .fe -- 5 2 , -in Q3 V We A., "-ami, 'W ,. :- A . 11 fi? 3 aw? A M' I gait . . fi 2 -'M W Q " a"x'KT4 kj' , , JM-A. , Hsagf ag? W. ,,,, , bfilxm' 'L -H SJ-'w ,kwmk . 'fit .--qt I 'XS C i.,....--- ,AA Choral group sings the Centenary Mass offered by Reverend John Coffey, O.S.A. Dm, sum CENTE ARY MAS S 9 pk' -as-ni 1 - i i . 7 3s 1 1 via 5 .QP 'fr 'ly 1 0 l', , I .Ji 4' ,avi a X I am honorable Chinee man. Brusshee, brusshee, brusshee! 1 Q X if K Q i 4 19,1 lg, 3 n, 1 'F' 3 T 14 ' ?gfff DR Each Senior hopes to push her little sister to victory. The cast of "The Stolen Prince" gets some last minute pointers from Sister Austin Marie. . il ,L Q w, -up -iii"SOPHQMORE PARTY , ,f ,fifuf N ' ' 'x ., Ag? 1197 ' if NX 5: 'lax 'Af F 1 .alixbx - . ,, 1 gii 'I 'lm , Ni 'N I -Q xmgh lllllllulliilliilli . ' NNI V --1-i,i.... 'lu-Cl! i JU IQRWFRESHME PARTY ,J F f rw ., V X x r L J V YA .-N f EARTH Hurry! My rocket ship is double parked. Undivided attention 1 'REM A study in expressions - above and below Betty Jane, Carmelia, Elaine, and Mary Lynne chat with one of the girls ,533 Jw Q ,fx K I as Q gg - P 94 A, 'YSEMQQ I ,V ga A N5 7 A ,, 5:1 . , , , 4 ' .1 , K f:, A -Axg' "Eff-ew QT- Jm 1 , " . .' -L W an up X o E K ' wif 5+ 9 A ff ' It in ff 'X , -W A F f 5 'E A it S? fx xi? l ,- I VARSITY TEAM Helen Pyle, Eileen McGill, Sue Nolan and Rose Ann Runkewich, co-captains, Catherine Mirgalia, Jeanne Cobb, Anne Schmid, joan Gagliardi, Mary Liz Norrett, Miss Joanne Skelly, coach, Lois Trench, Barbara D'Ambrosio, Mary Ellen McMahon. x-W at-j-f SCHEDULE Opponents Mercy .... .... Villa Maria Melrose ..,,. Raven Hill ., .. .. HQCKEY e They 2 ,0 4. .0 .. .,0 ,..1 i A Offs A- 'nf E, Round Robin Trophy and it's all ours! Get it, Mount! JUNIOR VARSITY Pat Petrone, to-captain, Diana DeGregorio, Kathleen Gallagher, Judy Rhoads, co-captain, Nancy Madden, Beth Mahan, Sandy Shields, Teresita Jover, Nlaureen McGrath, Betsy Massaniso, Jeannie Smith, Sue Higley, Joanne Horn, Diana Stango, Eileen McGonigal, Lee Hayden, Pat Cannon, Barbara Winterer. Open wide! BABY DAY Q A. 4 . X 5 775: '! xl 4 'N N. i i""u The babies remain undisturbed by Susie's antics. The toy soldiers drill to the children's delight. 5 ef ,ec Peek-a-Boo! Joan "Zorro" Gagliardi lends her gallant horse to amuse the children. if - I I 1 "To you, our heavenly advocate, Our rings we fondly dedicate." i At last our dream comes true!-sentiments of Mary Ellen Mc- Mahon, Margaret McGee Joanne Kelley, Mary Manley, Mary Ann Doyne, Claire Boyer, Janine Malinowski and joan Wood, who are happily examining their rings. RINGS ff 5' iqiix. 1 ZF PINS X 606 4.37- The Juniors' theme song, "Pin me!" J ,,,- ,V , Y x 7 W, , W .ff -.MN f+ I X .-x ff ' :xx-X Y K fx. ..:,., , 1-.- .R Y Y XJ I V 'OV -sm H23 K K x I Betty Jane Bextel smgs the tradntxonal Oh Holy Nxght if CARQLS A Senior sextet Claxre Boyer Marla Puszynslu Anne Marie M0rh3llS0f Kathleen Hamburg Betty ane Beltel and Patrlcxa Pctrone honor the Infant Kmg the angels sang when Chrxst was born .u IGI! l Ils!H!IK"'lIl'lSI1 px . . . . ,, . ,, I f Q" w . y . Y . . Y ., , , J , Q! ' ' """'f l " at t ' K - in :G 5- Rebecca fConnie Gogginl endeavors to find the real reason why Marcellus fNina Krissl has come. if t, ,X- A I The verse speaking choir introduces the "Coins of His Kingdom". w l l I The children re-enact the Nativity of Jesus. 46 15 Q' 4 1 - t' Q r ' v Ki. 1 , yn i nr sf. A J :SF :gf In S211 fi i Marcellus meditates on the robe of Christ. CHRISTMAS PLAY Jonathan fCathy Miraglial offers his pet donkey to the Justus fElaine Len! tells Marcellrxs that Tamar fMary Clare Hunt! is the Crippled Anna fPat PCITOIIEQ. best weaver in Galilee. TEA DANCE WW Us Anne Schmid draws the winning name. "Shall We Dancefw Mexican Hat Dance The Tea Dance Committee: Diane Driscoll Anne Schmid, and Judy Rhoads. as gf Our chaperones, Mrs. Samuel Rhoads, Mrs. Albert Schmid, and Mrs. William Driscoll, help to serve the refreshments. .rffwfulsfif 'Q'-ti?,.f, -4 4 BASKETBALL Varsxty joan Gaglnardx Rose Ann Runkewxch Anne Schmxd Sue Hug ley eame Smxth Maureen McGrath Mary Ellen McMahon Mary Liz Nor rett udy Rhoads and Lois Trench Junior Varslty Mary Catherme Kelly Mary Kay OConnell Sandy Shnelds Sue Foster Nancy Madden Helen Pyle Patty McCrea Ellen Hlgley Terry Cass1dy and Pat Condon Up m we score agam' The strategy that helps Mount win. 'Q 1 Here are our captains-"A forward and a guard, they're Joan and Mary Liz." Keep that ball!! z"""' Im glad find someone else to back up my f "The Nlilcaclow By Gilbert and Sullivan . , John Overl:-eclc , , . Fred Corcoran , , James Christy , . . , Sam Shivers , Larry Leese . , M. Gerald Gordon fcast IJ Betty Jane Beitel fcast Ill Nina Kriss . fcast D Patricia Petronc fcast HJ Joann Nicolella fcast U Carmelia Logrippo lCast HJ Maria Puszynslci , fCast IJ Elaine Leo fCast HJ Denise Belcher Two delightful Yum-Yums--Nina Kriss, Betty 0 Y. ls rg L "Away we'll go, and merrily marr " sin Ko-Ko flimm Y g 7 Christy! and Katisha fElainc Levi. "We are citizens of japan." "I dl'CW my Sl1iCk0l'-SI199-M The Wandering Minstrel-Nanki-Poo ffrsd Corcoran? 7 . Braid lhe FHVEI1 hail' - - - Finale Act I-For he's going to marry Yum-Yum Y no , f :2w.L.3,-Qffggf Q .41 I EFEf3iil2?g's'f 1 """ ll Q, ' " Q H 5, -13 tggygiypf - '- 7 f:2f?5f!'??'2'Wf.i'?.f"'Y 'v -, -141 1 219? g --ff-'aw V .. , Q - TA 3 , A V, A ,J K 5 2 i , Q E 1 5 , J WQ Hz- QT.- il was 1 :Q Y fin, K X, V 'A " q ' ,' A Rf ,Q gm" f . A if fn, V fe' R '-X' f' 'K i S 531 Y x xii Q ii as . A X 4- ,fr y f x K g Ll- Sb Q .- Y 3 X lj, ' A 453151 " 51+ 5 " 'gm '. 12 37 . I, Q ,, n ,, A 2, fig Y ,I 7 'Y -'5. xi ' 1 .f -- nf, 4' fs I-'NI .1,'A,. K Q ,,X,,33v I M ,,4fz1'f 4 ' 22: ' ' Q '. 4 ,Ski 3, X fs i ' ,L ' R, g s - f HM, vs f' . K I V, 1 vt A 'wh . Yi X - A in . .A 4. . A j . If Si, Rx H, A A x , K 3 Lk QQ! "M ff x 2 'V ., . Y . 'A ' "Avy-1' ' 1 - iq 2 A 5' Q- 4 , x ' X 1,8 W X 5, A ' H Y ' E X s 1 Q at 1 S VN E N ,lx 1- Af 'Pix Q s X s A 'A 6 3,5 ,J X 1. vgrxfii a 7 ff Ji' 1' A Pitzi-Sing and Peep-B0 hc-lp Yum- Yum prepare for her wedding. lcast s II7 f if , 4 ' -H X' iw! JJ! . ', u K J' ' ,,1 an In-vi Wy . 1 Y Mrs. Anders assumes another role. Our accompanists - Cathy Nliraglia '61 and Diana Stango '6O. K N, ,I 0 A I vw Y ni , if W 1? ,,-, g , aff . v A f' ,ss 4 X .47 ' 'J 5 is 'Qi 5: 3 H : e fe ,Q V 1 ' ' Q 4 4 5' K' 'A S 54 , . A.. V 4. 4, .. 's X 0 -23,4 was so funny!" ,P tr route for the key to our memories X bg The Loveliest Night of the Year' 'fin Nui h UNIQR PROM Barbara McCrea, co-cl1airr11a11g Marion Williams and Diane Driscoll, patrons: Mary Ann Doyne and Joan Murphy, tickctsg Maria Puszynski, co-chairman. 0270 4 - Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Doyne, Mr. and Mrs. John MCC:-ea, Mr. and Mrs. john Willianms, Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Puszynski, chaperones. ' -ax ,N KA - X fr wg? f L.5,,p ' 3' ,. V ,I ' V ' M- ' X M Y PROCESSIQ 1, 'FSSX Student Councxl Oflicers lead the processlon Father Robert Sullnan O SA delivers sermon at the May Processxon Sodallty Officers bear flowers to adorn Mary s altar ...f-.1-we-ul' .gl-W me -W an fl 5? febl in K 9 an lid' ii-'me The Sodahsts smg to honor Mary, Queen of the May MAVQ, Ave, Ave Marialn Our Lady is crowned at the Grotto. n""'5' A. DAY The Centenary Belle prepares to dive ,,.......a-W a-fi j-'I 'ul' '5"'b--.-nf We wonder if we are seeing double when we look at Sarah and Catherine Gilligan. Y1 Maria Puszynski and Ginny Foley show us the new look in sacks. That one important point for regis- tration Pat McKeown will surely receive the award for the best-dressed Mountie. Glub ! ! Whose will it Our class HAS to win" be? .2 4, U T f - 5. QM .5 - - ........,,,. 1 1 sr? ,V . L F, . D X5 ,1'. wx - ' a 5 P1 ' ' 'uv Qiffli 2 'is'-'f 'WLDJ ' ' :: Spf R I iz Z ww fi , f i i M 1 3 2 5 'ia 6' ' f , X ' s Q f A fi 1 x "Galt tppifies btauncbness that lies in sharp heart steahp anh sure" ENIQRS ANNE THERESA ALBARELLI Anme Phlllles fan South of the border I-I1 ho Albareeno llddle red buddons restricted areas Well I don t thlnk rt makes much difference Spamsh pres the Alto s alto the Matthew of 4A LOUISE MARIE BARRETT Weezle t s a preasure and a pllvlege a m or F M BBB Preps former presldent prudent spontaneous 9 speeches magnetxc pnxle prnvate eye ELIZABETH JANE BEITEL Betty Jane Is your car running today Bette? Acadram Pres Kntzl Kelly, Katy Auntne Bette Oh, Holy Night Ummm Yum Yum" M Walk? expanding streak m unlocked locker THE actress H C CORRespondent ' ' ff Y ' . . . . . . , ' ' as ' 9 I I QQI 9 ' 99 "We get letters" . . . Council's Counselor . . . No Brakes Barrett ' ' C P . 7 . n a a - . - I .9 I . ....." e- ."... ' y T X "'f':.:.3 M 'Mft ., l fl G i I . :my I v X A I 'Q-'f MARY LYNNE BESSELMAN Mary Lynne Are you angry " cocker spanlel look page Hlpper songwriter muchly'? with an ' e ' on the end ruffled rehearsals the bxg BEEP er Crlmson and Grey vs Blue and Gold measles absurd ALlergy Whlstlnn Dnxle IRENE AGNES BONK Irene Friday mghts at the Arena loquac1ous""7 TRIGger please o bell bottomed brother nightly pm ups CLAIRE ALBERTA BOYER Clazre This time really love Geometry Boyee her pesky brother anlce and Joyce angelic alto one of our blmd mice ummm French records, mc trimmed tresses RING me, sometnme -HRA: 'ml W gmgvf 54291 9 ., Q IQ! SW nfl .M .M uni' fire Z5 -- A 'wk-es -1' w X -e -KX. 'N"" - Q W o-.... V f' , 'f I ' ':f2"'1'-: - --...Q Y., -iwff N QL -tg: L :fly 1 3 ,I-I Hifi-"1-at 1' nlll 1 l.'1l " ' 'ut' " ? . . . - ' . . . ' . . . ' ' Q 7 I I l . ' I I U I I QQ ' ' 9 ' ' 77 ' ' . . . ' 1. . . . . . . . a A - A t . . . . . stitch m time . . . poster painter . . . up at five bells . . . no chemnse, K . , ,Q as Etfffllfiil I G ,, lvl A " ' ' it's !"... - . ' - u 79 ' ' I O I I I I I X 'ink H,,,,..mf W 'I ' 'ug CAROL LOUISE BURKHART Carolee Bydle All s I have ns five cents mfectlous gnggle Chestnut Hull bop Monsoor baby face poopsxe her private road everybody s cousin a four day school week the BRAIN Q JANICE BEVERLY CUTILLO an Long Grey Lme Frere acques social butterfly Mnss Cutllllo Let s cheer' appropriate apparel Ollie blrcl me and my shadow back seat driver B B gun two sighs a day . . . satnrncal remarks . . . BARBARA ANNE D'AMBROSIO Bobble The Song of Roland . . . "Fore1gn Servnce, here we come!" . . . Latm pres . . . Varsity fullback . . . Magnus Var . . . resonant voice . . . "Where are my smelling salts?" . . . CHIP off the old block . . . raven locks . . . Mrs. Prlestly . . . BARBARA FRANCES DI TOMMASO Di: Little one . . . her nephew, Mark David . . . New York rendezvous . . . Joe's jokes . . . that troublesome knee . . . "I've never been so humilifiedf' . . . Seventeenth Summer . . . O. C. vs. Tenn. . . . Navy Blue . . . "O, I'm so tired" . . . the big groaner . . . MARY ANN PATRICIA DOYNE Mary Ann Nasal A my OWN car? curly locks Ehhh Mary Frances Our Lady of Senlor B Lettuce addict She mean me'7', Who s got the bug Doyme DIANE LOUISE DRISCOLL Vacations m the Sunshme State I m not mad CI-Iats Veep animal crackers that red Jacket Sensitive?" circle craze Im so embarrassed lettres en francats fl 5, QQ 59 Q! 9 ' D1 ' ' ' ff, ,, ' Q!! 99 VIRGINIA MARY FOLEY Ginny That boommg metropohs Mont Clare ul slx o clock boarder Thank you, Spot Why I Llthp ready for a laugh sheep pasture Wasnt I good today? personal gutdance Fluvver Gun for hlre socially promment JOAN ALICE GAGLIARDI Joan A drlve through the park Gaggle all those pms umbrella sklrt The Pride and The Prejudlce Cousm Carole That s NOT how you spell xt bulky blazer LEGAL driver at sixteen 'WW . . ,.. , - N ' 77 Q! 9 7, , . .A Q2 9 -- - QQ ' 9 ' ' CONSTANCE CLARE GOGGIN Conme The subdued 'U one breathless Sunday night dances Wheres study?" Competmon wxth Cass Alumnae Aftermath Guess who called me last n1ght'7' Mrddle mmus memory chocolate weddmg cake oan and Mary KATHLEEN ANNE HAMBURG Kathy Reds hugh fashxon model Kathy O songbtrd SUCH a dlstance to travel My school recommends lt Lady of Spam fine art Hanr absenteexsm Powerful lot of Gelatin Ohto State SUSAN JANE HIGLEY SARA LEE HAYDEN Lee Heh heh what a laugh casual sun glasses O C B P basketball manager Don t I look like Grace Kelly? Sunday specs ue THE debater I don t know whether thls ts rxght or not but Karen s cakes Oh Tamarack Oak Paark the largest vxllage tn the world suggestlons anyone? Isanas the crowd NORM al :Ari ' ' ff - 7, ' ' ff ' 79 2 Q! 99 ' ' , - . . - Q . 4 . - . . . . 3 ec 9 ' aa two-tone top . . . Girl Scout . . . s-s-sport cars . . . modulated tones ts, S QQ 9 ' ' ' 99 . . . , , :- . . ,, . ,, . FLORA MATILDA HOELDERLE o sJ""W Those German goodles Diddy Ambler bound p pper mmt glove compartment a1m math teacher symphony per week plum cake anyone? Irene s slde luck abroad thxs summer fanthful frxend 1 JOANNE MARIE KELLEY ELEAN OR MARIE KANDLE Ellze But a slow drawl ramy day curls laryngms Ummmm m m boy' strawberry ms anuary exam exemptee Officer Kelley s daughter ba ba LOU Sister, I mean rs Anders Anchors Away' favorite pastime Reading? the cleanest car ln the lot What am I gomg to do wt h my hair?" her broken radio first to relax The Volvo Fl ' ' e - ff - ,, 7 ' ' ee 79 ' - .I " . "yes" . . . crazy about white uniforms . . . it's NOT blue . A " -- .". . Jo ' - - ..."' M . "... ' ' : ' .'?? ' ..." ' 't ANNE MARGARET LEARY Anne Mlss Conshle Wnld for Wxldcats BHT here we come the calm 9 one her bad clrculatxon ME, eat choco late"" exclamatlons Welll pardon MEV' relatlves galore It s pathe xc Pllgrnm s progress JANICE ANN MAIO Jame T bnrd cool sunglasses Malo medic Boho Ve hello der Thm Man vs Harvest Dance fashionable female "I m great ' onward to CHC mterested"'7 JANINE JUSTINE MALINOWSKI Jamne Jazz enthusiast . . . Lord and Taylor . . . speedy, but safe . . . Diehard Democrat . . . our mterlor decorator . . . "Does thus look r1ght?" . . . fabulous dresses . . . auburn tresses . . . no polmcal plum . . . that tnlted head . . . x-as Qi! 'I nil 4' l X if Milan, M' L I F , " -. , .""'r ,, . L' 'L I fart., .11 ' X -- ff. A -- ...v-'iT53?:+ E '11,-51" 1 'V " ' "-'- L . , 3. ,almuldf ' vga-if-L5 l'ls 1 S U A I ull' Avyxf-'Q' 1' ,.,f1l 1 I"ll . . . . . . , C D " l I I I l I I . . I I I ' as - ez - .... ... ... , . ... ...u, t.,,...' ', .. -' '- ..." ll, as - - . . . . . . . a Q1 ' ... .... ... ..... Mm. 5 ' r A ' ' qv: 5 l- as-ggi. KX ,Nady fb P, I J' I 9 I v 'xv SEI' , ull " " 1 . fl f Il xi! MTI I X ELIZABETH BARBARA MALLON Barbara Sweetle m a sweet shop the twms that Lawless character s e who laughs last Jazz o our typlst I forgot to turn the wheel natural glow red stone Knrb y servxce MARY CATHERINE MANLEY Mary Soft spoken always FRANK Mary Catherine prop erty man Gaudeamus lgnturl barefoot speeder blush mg beauty trxppmg tongue that black and whlte effect SELMA JEAN MATOUK Selma Dim dum the lxghtsl bump dee bump on a log Song Matilda my big brother Syrian Brooklymte Benjamin Franklm casual rmgs Selna Hashbulb frenzy giddy good humor potent pulls ap PEAR ant BARBARA LEA McCREA Barb Avalon advocate first of the McCrea lasses ye pony tall gullnble party beauty I don t get ll frxend from the Mam Lme crammed afternoons whnte laces three cheers for the IRISH OW' PATRICIA ANN McADAMS dl 8 45 scholar Scottish not Scotch' patxent Pat mxt math mama dental T s the McAdams clan Newtown commuter bench power case on chem dandy developer W"--H. ,M MARGARET HUDDERS MCGEE Peggy ' And thmgs like th t All My Boys Zelda' baby of the class grrreat partles St Francis Prom vxgnlante zany greetings cards speech shifter festive basement , QQ - as ' . ... - . ... ... re- 99 ' 9 ... ... ... ... h I Ill Ill ll! 5 ... ' s ' 4 u 79 - - ez 9 -va 7' ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . ' .., Q ' ' as 2 ... ... ...Q . ., .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... PATRICIA FRANCES MCKEOWN dl Hamxlton Hotel Oh to be an artlst' gentle gennus sollcltmg sodallst umformms stnll waters run deep splnt personallty Conshle vlsntant recednng ribbons love everybody' ' Does anybody want to buy a baby " AGNETTA MARIE McLAUGI-ILIN Mzckle "Pardon me Sxster S nervous narrator mark Charleston Charleston Prltch teeth conscious MARY ELLEN MCMAI-ION Mary Ellen FRIST Alfred E Newman subscriber those English com posltlons that puffed look Mom at the Mount band of brothers athletic enthuslast hand jxve adamant opmlons Walt for me French Marshall at P . ,, . , . ." ..' ? ,' "...L..C.... sister's dresses . . . "Well, I'll tell ya!" . . . little lamb . . . beauty V X -I 'l ... ... ANNE MARIE MORHAUSER Anne Nathmg' Germantown boarder Guess what I got on my test EYETHER drawl'7'7" dlmpled darlmg You can reach nt, Anne persevermg plamst more or less rhythm 'Mew 1' ,wan aww? PATRICIA MORLEY MULLINS Txsh MAUREEN LANDIS MULLANEY Maureen Rosemont Mullaney s boarding house I luke the lyrics' me and my cats Come to the Bastille noope mtxers La Femme Rose PSSNO ten lme Deborah Madame De Farge gave me the car Up on the Cape extended Southern vacation Im so confused gal who s a pal posey eater retainer trouble tuneful typmg Txsh s puns I m deathly sick' Flormda scrawl so sweet JOAN MARIE MURPHY Joanze Anybody going to the Cross? precious prefect broken trays fablto The Alchemist s Daughter ean Murfois Mom You can t imagine velvety tones little bitty, pretty one NATALIE JANE NOLAN Suzze The Nolen s Madge and Blackie Sue s normal 9 speech Gees O Man her many friends Rahlly Nadlxe My baby brother, Vmny Annie Oakley I didnt see hat pole Call me sometime for luncheon ELIZABETH ANN NACE Betsy Our student by proxy musically mclmed My big white 2 31 dash ever ready Studebaker mcessant chatter?" dainty miss tt - ,, - ff ' 7, ' 9 J ' QQ 7 ' ' 7, ' ff . . . ,, . . house" . . . size 32 . . . Betsy, you're hiding . . . historical interests V I - ' . . . ' . . . ' QQ Q! - - 97 ' ' QQ ' 9, ' I! ' 9 t 5, CQ ' 79 Impulslve hospitality unlimited ' Do you have your 5069 perpetual smile sweet brothers? feminine athlete busy Biz terrified typist brain and beauty I didn t study a thing last night' Boards a Boarder Team of Phyl and Lil . . the sun lamp . . . "Are you sure?,' . . . when she gets her car . . . that pixie haircut . . brown eyed beauty . . . the other ass't .... "Pray, tell"' . . . her stenog . . . yeeeees . . . "See how clean my shoes are!" . . Christmas in Canada . . . craze for tea . . . "Do you understand what I'm saying?,' . . . Rosa's buddy . . . Annabeller is our speller?? A I ' . . . Costa Rican artist . . . Yes, we have no bananas . . . Van 4 Perezerella . . . diet- tomorrow . . . that ivory look . . . magpie mimicry X get saw is Q g Smf'-R"'C-'Fa 4 uf .iw mf? MARY ELIZABETH NORRETT Nfary Liz PHYLLIS ROSE PALLADINO Phyl ANNABELLA CARMEN PEREZ Annie t alll' QKEEW "'frf lllllfl A iff- 'yL gb 'Ill' ' K J ,H-A mil' -qv' U-1 ll1' ffl PATRICIA EILEEN PETRONE Path V co captain M slster oan says vlbratmg volce Daddys llttle gxrl When w1ll I get my car? pen manshlp award hard boiled egg anybody? plenty of poems new at St Budget s Ite ad oseph MARIA ELVIRA PUSZYNSKI Marla Rockin ROBm Do you Want a D D D Dead B B B Bird? chatrlady ashtray accumulator her crowning glory bongo drums Man like WOW' University of Western Rosemont . . . lost wxthout a compass . . . PSSLOVER . . . JUDITH RENEE RHOADS Judy Miles and Miles of Rhoads . . . "Hey, you guys!" . . . Bug allergy . . . those fallmg bloomers . . . Sam . . . chauffeur . . . her SISter Grace . . . "Ser1ously, though" . . . math the hard way . . . Georgie . . . "Fabulous!" . . . ,. Y f bln :nun-,,' 2 ,. Q' A , ---..........mm" A J, ya A h -1 ,tivv-M M. . . ,,- - K . .- 4' 5. gag 232' .' - ' X-"K , " 5, f - , - . x'1' 35 I ff' .- Q 0' fra' ' J, 11?-' '. Y.-.f'."f' -1" Ewgfifgl "1" ' J Cfffgglcflf ' g.:,- , " " ' 'A Ei ,f "'l' ,.,f' P " r r , af' ,Cf'1f7'ff-f-'fe' ' V It Y V xnffulld HH M , .." 'H ,.,.',,c+f-'-6 ,J-t. "W " T5 A . N . ,, . . . , . - . . . y , J , . . . r - ' ee ' sa I O I I l C I I l O - ' me - as 1 - Q ' 9 n . n . ' 9 ' v ' ee ' as , , , . . . . . - , . . . . . . . . . ez - 99 - - . . . . . . , . . . . ROSE ANN RUNKEWICH Ros1e Emplre gym suxt hockey co captain Get ME ln that ptcture' math scholar punctualnty plus9'7"'7 I was too sleepy Schmxd s house pest fabulous P partxes Rosle and Anne MlSChl9f, Inc Costa Rican colleague ANNE VERONICA SCI-IMID Anme I don t understand hectnc household geech Take steady frult diet dally trxps around the caf Is that a bxrcl I hear? GGGoshes "I-Iaah Changmg Partners JOANNE MARIE SCOTT Jody Dlet, anyone? odlth the 2nd Betty Crocker hockey manager Mt Alry haunts LAZYW? Come on over impractical school splrxted C m here jovial ody prankster E I 1 I Q A ' 37 ' f! . ,, ' 7 J ' . -f Q Q 1 , . . - . I 4 u a lv I Q ez 9 99 ' Qt it easy" . . . Stumpy . . . "I Ain't Got a Barrel of Money" . . . M , ' A u 0 0 Q V k I .1 99 77 ' - I K l ' ' QQ 97 . . . . ,, , ,, . . LILLIAN MAE SMITH IS Artist and model What txme xs 1 ' tape recorded partles behmd the cue ball Lxllne Mae Hugh John seasonal hair colors original mterpretatnons Im omg to the halrdressers the bug black Olds MARION ANN WILLIAMS Marlon Glory be to St Patrxck lucky number seven Ming Dnd I say that? MGIIOH you re elected phobia agalnst folding reputable representative Keep qule a mere 17 mches language major executive type 4A s preacher and teacher JOAN ALICE WOOD Ioan The day we get our rmgs V for vrctory and All right anme, I m not drlvmg you home Radical Republican snookums Oh thls han- ass t mterlor decorator Gotta save my gas, now oan A do you ever see Joan T? . ,, . .. , . t?... sl! ' Ion on: one . .. . . ,,, . g . ,, . Q! ' 77 ' Q!' 77 ' 7 ' ' ' ' N '77 k T . . . , s if . . ,, . , J. , .. ,, . . Q! ' '77 7 ' ' Q! 77 Anne Albarelll 1529 S 15th Sr Phlla 46 P De 4 7122 Loulse Barrett 614 Vernon Phnla 19 P Ge 8 3777 Ellzabeth Bextel 822 Clover Lane Plymouth Valley Pa Br 9 0957 Mary L Besselman 6838 Gorsten Phxla 19 Pa V1 3 0445 Irene Bonk 3467 Rxchmond St Phnla 34 P Ne 4 8758 Claire Boyer 2711 N Mascher Phila 33 P Ga 6 1452 Carol Burkhart Oak Road Phlla 18 P Ad 3 1685 amce Cutxllo 8341 Thouron St Plula 50 Pa Ch 8 1704 Barbara D Ambrosxo Phlla 19 P Ch 7 7721 Barbara D1Tommaso 807 E Hames St Phlla 38 Pa V1 4 7991 Mary Ann Doyne 2509 E Somerset St Phila 34 Pa Ga 5 1909 Diane Driscoll 330 W 72nd St New York 23 N Y Tr 7 9808 Vlfglnla Foley Whitaker Ave Mont Clare Pa We 3 2383 Joan Gaglnardl 1206 Barrowdale Rd Rydal Pa Tu 7 2964 Constance Goggm 6146 N Seventh St Phila 20 Pa Ll 8 0985 Kathleen Hamburg 9801 Germantown Ave Phnla 18 Pa Ch 7 1601 Sara Lee Hayden 517 E Durham St Phlla 19 Pa Ch 7 6561 SENIQR DIRECTCDRY Susan Hngley 535 E Durham St Phila 19 Pa Ch 8 2293 Flora Hoelderle 50 Relff M111 Rd Ambler Pa M1 6 1058 Eleanor Kandle 228 W Godfrey Ave Phlla 20 Pa Wa 4 9954 Joanne Kelley 5856 North Seventh Phlla 20 Pa Ha 4 0253 Anne Leary 201 Harry St Conshohocken P Ta 8 5121 Jamce Malo 551 Snowball Dr Levittown Pa W1 5 0937 Janine Mallnowskl 4700 Umbria St Phlla 27 Pa Iv 3 7547 Barbara Mallon 2 West Hampton Phxla 18 Pa Ch 8 2076 Mary Manley Phnla Pa Tu 4 8794 Selma Matouk 7923 Colomal Rd Brooklyn 9 N Y Sh 5 6644 Patrlcla McAdams 652 Penn St Newtown Bucks County Pa Worth 8 2413 Barbara McCrea 4021 N Warner Rd Lafayette H111 Pa Ta 8 4379 Margaret McGee 3437 Warden Dr Phlla 29 P Ge 8 8910 Patrlcxa McKeown Hamllton Hotel Norrxstown P Bt' 2 5925 Agnetta McLaughl1n 2300 79th Ave Phila 50 P Ll 8 5650 Mary Ellen McMahon 125 E Gorgas Lane Phila 19 P V1 4 4322 Anne M Morhauser 6316 Carnatxon St Phila 44 P V1 4 0692 Maureen Mullaney 6823 Crxttenden St Phlla 19 P V1 3 1738 Patricia Mullms 421 W Rittenhouse S Phxla 44 Pa Ge 8 7475 Joan Murphy 6913 Ogontz Ave Phxla 38 Pa Ll 9 8497 Betsy Nace 7406 Germantown Ave Phila 19 Pa Ch 7 3253 Natalie Nolan 4034 Crescent Ave Lafayette Hlll, Pa Ve 6 5744 Mary E Norrett 5135 N 15th Sr Phlla 41 Pa Da 9 9703 Phyllis Palladmo 148 E Walnut Lane Phxla 44 Pa V1 4 0626 Annabella Perez Box 952 San Jose Rural 80 Costa Patrlcxa Petrone 3405 Mldvale Ave V1 8 0474 Marla Puszynskr 3167 Richmond St Phlla 34 Pa Re 9 5164 Judith Rhoads 601 Medary Ave Phlla 26 Pa Ha 4 3632 Rose Ann Runkewlch 902 Gay St Phoemxvllle, Pa We 3 2338 Anne Schmld 6387 Overbrook Ave Phila 31 Pa Gt' 3 7368 L1ll1an Sm1th 7619 Woolston Ave Phila 50 Pa L1 9 3802 Joanne Scott 7148 Crittenden St Phlla 19 Pa Ch 7 8574 Marlon Wlllxams 5935 N Franklm Phlla 20 Pa Wa 4 2781 Joan Wood 364 Green Lane Roxborough Phlla , Pa Iv 2 6285 Rnca G ' 1 3. ' . 5 ' I. ' 7 3' Rd- ' ' , I . ' t. A . , a. 1 - ' 1 ' , , I . , . ' 1 ' 9 - ' Sr. Sf- . - ' . , I Q . , . ' 9 ' l . , 3. 9 3' . ' . Sr. - Q - - ' . , a. 1 - - Q - ' l , a. I . , . I. v 7 . J . . . Rd. ' I , . . . , . ' . s 9 ' . 9 ' ' o 338 E. Wadsworth Ave. 12 Meetinghouse Rd., Box 45 Phila. 29, Pa. . U , a. - ., - G' I . ' . . . . . , . . . , . , l . I. l . . 1 . , . ' I , , 1 9 ' ' h , . . 7 ' ' . ' . . . . , . , I ' . , a. - . I . . , . 1 ' , a. - . l . ' . , . ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' a' .- . . - . ' Sr. . . D . , . ' . , 1 -' . , a. - . n - . , l . . ' . , . " . , a. - QUR SHEAF STAFF it A Sheaf afternoon - hard work, circles, candy, and animal crackers. Our moderator, Sister Austin Marie. .4 "ix ' x i sn year" Business Staff-Selma Nlatouk, plmrngraphrr: Barbara McCrea, typistg Anne Albarelli and Anne Leary, patron managers. Marion Willlalns - "Ed1tor-of-the- 'Y' X0 ww Kwai no-pf, K Literary Staff-Louise Barrett, Patricia Mullins, Patricia NIC- Keown, and Diane Driscoll. The tables are turned on our photographer, Mr. Randolph Green. 5 f , F l The 1959 Sheaf Staff wishes to acknowledge the invaluable assistance rendered by: Sister Austin Marie, our moderator, Our patrons and their financial aid, Mr. Daniel Solari, of Cooke Publishing Company, Mr. Harry Baliban, of Sarony Studios, Mr. Randolph Green, our photographer, Mrs. Joseph Wictzel of Mary Lewis Camera Shop 'Q 2 i .1 11 Mr. Harry Baliban of Sarony Studio arranges Phyllis and jimmy in an artistic pose. SCCIAL PATRONS Alphonse F Albarelll II Mr and Mrs Louis V Barrett Mlss Louise M Barrett Mr and Mrs Francis L Bentel Mr and Mrs Wayne L Besselman Miss Claire Boyer Mr Edward G Brown Mr and Mrs R P Burkhart Miss Carolee Burkhart Mr C A CFISCI Mr and Mrs Domenlc Cutlllo Mrs Aldaj DAmbros1o Mr Nncholas DlTommaso Mr and Mrs Frank A D Lauro Miss Mary Ann P Doyne Mr and Mrs Wllllam D Driscoll Miss Diane L Driscoll The Elliot Famnly The oseph Foley Famnly A Friend Mr and Mrs Theodore Gextner Mr and Mrs Walter Hamburg Miss Kathleen A Hamburg Mr and Mrs Joseph A Hayden Mr and Mrs Joseph B Hlgley Miss Susan J Hlgley Mr Robert Hoelderle Mrs Robert Hoelderle Mr and Mrs Robert H Kandle The oseph W Kelley Famnly Mr and Mrs Wlllnam A Kelley Dr and Mrs oseph F Leary Miss Anne Leary Mr and Mrs Edwxn A Locke Mr and Mrs Danlel J Madden Dr and Mrs Ralph Malo Miss amce Malo Mr and Mrs E S Malmowskt anme, Stacia and Irene Malmowskx Mrs Wnlllam K Mallon Mlss Barbara Mallon Mr and Mrs ohn Matouk Miss Selma ean Matouk Mr and Mrs Frank J McAdams Mlss Patrlcla McAdams Mrs Patrick McGee Dr and Mrs George H C McKeown Mlss Patricia Frances McKeown Mr and Mrs J F K McLaughlin Mr and Mrs Terence L McLaughl1n Mlss Agnetta McLaughl1n Thomas F McTear, MD Mr and Mrs Robert Mennle Mr Anthony Mmlssale Dr and Mrs Paul R Mlragalla Mr and Mrs Walter P Moran Mr and Mrs ames Morley Mullms Mlss Patrxcna M Mullms Mr and Mrs Thomas Mullaney Mlss Maureen Landls Mullaney Mr Thomas Murphy Mlss oan Murphy Mr and Mrs John G Nace Mlss Betsy Ann Nace Mr and Mrs Francxs A Nolan Mr and Mrs Wnlllam Norrett Norwood Academy Mr and Mrs Anthonyj Palladmo Mxss Phyllis R Palladmo Mr Humberto Perez Mass Annabella Perez Mrs Albert E Petltjean The Petrone Famnly Dr and Mrs Vmcent Puszynskt Mlss Marla E Puszynskn Mr and Mrs Samuel M Rhoads Mxss udnth Renee Rhoads Dr and Mrs Anthony Rossn The Lester Runkewlch Family Mlss Rose Ann Runkewlch Mr and Mrs A Schmid Miss Anne Veronica Schmid Mr and Mrs Robert M Scott Mr and Mrs ohn Smith Miss L1ll1an Smith Mr and Mrs amcs Spazxano Dr and Mrs R Szczurowskm Mr and Mrs R E Taghalatela Mlss Beatrice Tagllalatela The ohn F Wnlllams Famlly The Wllll3mS Famxly Mr and Mrs ames Zmcaro Freshman Freshman umor A umor B Senior Semor Sophomore A Sophomore B El Clrculo Espanol Le Cercle eanne d Arc M S J Athlenc Assoclatlon The Nxeuwland Club I . 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' 3 BUSINESS PATRCDNS Allens Famous for Qualrty E F Armstrong Harry Ballban Sarony Studlos 1316 Walnut Philadelphia, Pa Compllments of Donald Greenspan Manager A S Beck Shoe Store 5601 Germantown Ave Phlla 44, Pa Boller Service and Repair ames A Cassidy Realtor Insuror Ambler Pa Chester County Realty Co College Gnrls Tanlors 138 S 20th Sr Phlla Pa Edmund D Ambrosr 1722 S Broad St Phnla 45 Pa HOward 7 1818 Realtor N D1Tommaso Co 542 E Haines St Phlla 44 Pa Frank A D Lauro Co Bunldmg Constructnon Cyr1lD Doyne TXA DSS Co Crane Service Dunoifs For Better Shoes Terrific Scoops ln Fashion and Value 936 N Marshall St WA 5 2553 Flourbowl Frank M Gutowxcz Real Estate 2604 E Allegheny Ave RE 9 4167 HC I Hone Inc 4563 Frankford Ave Phlla 24, Pa Howltz Bakery 400 Kmgsley St Roxborough Phnla 28, Hustle Inn Ellis W Smith Rt 611, Doylesrown Pa Kasser Dlstlllers Products Corp Phila , Pa The Kleer Flo Company New York Cnty N Y Complxments of Lamb Brothers Statxonery 708 Chestnut St Phnla , Pa Bob Matthews Meats 1025 S Ruscomb St Phila , Pa Compliments of MacMasters Gulf Station ohn J McDev1tt 512 Commercial Trust Bldg Plnla , Pa McGee s Cafe 25th and Aspen Sts Phlla , Pa Paul B McGrath Funeral Director 446 W Spencer St Olney Pa WA 4 8760 Newly Enlarged Nlcholas Hair Styling Norrlstown Rug Mfg Co Norrlstown, Pa L W Oswald Pharmacy Davld H Barsh 401 Old York Rd enkmtown, Pa Samuel F Pepper, Esq Pletcher Ford Inc m Pletcher r Pllner s Shoes 64 W Chelten Ave Germantown Phxla uaker Chemncal Products Corp Conshohocken, Pa George Robertson 86 Sons, Inc Flowers For over 30 Years xn Chestnut H111 G 86 L Sigel Gustav Sxgel C P Spe1telCo Inc 3620 N Lawrence St Phila , Pa u :vans avern S ll ' T Tom ack Greenwood Ave enklntown, Pa R E Tagllalatela cfo Key Bowling Center Rndge Ave and Henry Ave Phila , Pa The Waysnde 821 Bethlehem Plke Erdenhe1m Phlla 18 Pa oe Wood Peasant House 6154 Ridge Ave Roxborough, Pa joseph W Wood Wood Mfg C0 Main and Rector Sts Roxborough, Pa The Yette Shop . , Ji J- J - . 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