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The Class of 1954
135 Cleveland Avenue
Buffalo 22, New York
Table of Coniemf
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Dedication ............... .... P age
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Elementary Department ..... .... P age
Freshman Class ............. .... P age
Soplmomore Class.. .... Page
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Class History .... .... P age
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CNO His Excellency, the Most
Reverend Joseph Aloysius
Burke, D.D., we pledge our loy-
alty and devotion. We earnestly
pray that God will continue to
grant him the wisdom needed for
the guidance of his spiritual
flock. May his ministry be most
fruitful for the glory of God and
the salvation of souls.
Most Reverend Leo R. Smith, D.D.
Auxiliary Bishop of Buffalo
Most Reverend Joseph Aloysius Burke D D
Bishop of Buffalo
CN ITH equal joy, we
to His Excellency, the
Most Reverend Leo Rich-
ard Smith, D.D., our aux-
iliary bishop. It is our
fervent prayer that those
to whom he has adminis-
tered may be his joy and
consolation here below and
in heaven his everlasting
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Cx ANY a free moment during a Nardin girl's busy day is
spent in the quiet and peace of our little chapel. In trouble or in
joy, we seek the home of Our Friend. There we can always find
the spiritual and mental relaxation and refreshment we need to
continue through the day. Just "talking with God" relieves the
tensions and gives us the courage and fortitude to face the little
problems and difficulties we meet. Sharing our moments of
triumph with Him makes them even more precious. It is a strik-
ingly beautiful and yet simple chapel, wherein Our Lord waits
patiently for visitors all day. We can never be grateful enough
for the privilege of having had our King so close to us during our
years at Nardin.
INETEEN hundred fifty-four has been heralded as the Marian year. Since it is the cen-
tennial of the definition of Mary's Immaculate Conception, it is especially fitting that it
be set aside for her greater honor and glory. Mary, "purer than foam on central ocean tost,"
is the pride and joy of her children today.
In the United States, the National Shrine to Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception will be
a visible acclaim to Mary. When completed, it will be a magnificent "bouquet in stone," sym-
bolizing all the love and devotion which Americans have for our Blessed Mother.
As we visualize the future shrine, a masterpiece in marble, it suggests the theme for this
year's "Rosarium," for life at Nardin has been like a cathedral in many ways.
A number of years ago the foundation for the whole edifice was laid. Our parents began
that important work by fashioning our baby minds and hearts. So important was this period
that we have called it "the laying of the cornerstone." During our grammar school days our
teachers completed the foundation, the lower church, by making certain that the substructure
of our education would be strong enough to support what would be added in the coming years.
When we were about to enter Nardin as freshmen, we opened the doors to a new world of
knowledge. The threshold warmly invited us. New experiences, new friendships, new joys
waited within. The doors of,our cathedral symbolize all this.
Its walls suggest sturdiness, perseverance and strength. The difficult subjects of soph-
omore year developed these qualities. Like the walls of a cathedral withstanding the winds
and the rain, as sophomores, we, too, emerged triumphant.
Our junior year we have likened to the arches of the cathedral, giving support to the
great dome overhead. It is customary for seniors to regard juniors as the stanch pillars
of support in all their projects.
We have chosen the heart of the cathedral, the sanctuary with its altar, to represent our
senior class. An altar symbolizes sacrifice, and the big lesson our high school days have
taught us is to place an ideal before us and to be prepared to sacrifice for its realization.
It is only thus that we can enter into the sanctuary of our cathedral where we may actively
participate in the ritual of life.
Our cathedral is far from complete. It takes a lifetime to build. Yet, as we page through
"Rosarium" and recall what our Alma Mater has taught, it will serve as an inspiration to
continue sacrificing on the altar of life, thus perfecting our cathedral for heaven.
Q MARY CONCEIVED
TO OUR CLASS PATRON, "YOU ARE ALL BEAUTIFUL, O MARY!
OUR LADY OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, YOU ARE THE GLORY,
WE LOVINGLY DEDICATE YOU ARE THE JOY,
OUR SECOND EDITION OF "ROSARIUM." YOU ARE THE HONOR OF OUR PEOPLEl'
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ET the light of knowledge
shine through." These words
best express the efforts of our teachers at
Nardin. They have reflected the soft glow of
God's grace and let the bright sunshine of His truth
shine through their own souls ,upon us, and so we have
chosen the windows of our cathedral, with the insignia of Our
Mother of Good Counsel, as most symbolic of them. She has ever
been their inspiration.
As the various sections of color blend to make a perfect picture, so our
teachers lend their special talents to effect the harmonious development of our
lives. In a multiplicity of ways they have tried to penetrate the darkness of our minds,
in order to dispel our ignorance and lessen our uncertainty, by supplying us with Christian
ideas and ideals for everyday life. They are varied and lovely . . . our windows, our teachers
"letting in God's heavenly light."
Miss Helen T. Gearity
Helen A. Shell
Caroline B. Abel .. ....
Edna F. Bojack ......
Amy Boughan ..........
Amy De C. Clearman ....
Laura A. Cunningham ......
Martha E. Danmeyer
Helen P. Dol1....
Mary T. Donahue .....
Barbara M. Fleming ......
Ella M. Garvey .....
Eleanor M. Hagerty .....
Mary A. Hagerty
Mary Barrett Healy ....
Marie E. Higgins .....
Cecelia Roy Kenny ......
Rita M. Knueven .....
Nora M. Leddy .....
Agnes E . Murphy ......
Irene T. Murphy .....
Joan M. Pfeifer .....
Loretta M. Pfennig .....
Theresa M. Ryba ......
Florence R. Smith ....
Madeline M. Steffan. ......
Madeline M. Stockman .... .
Miss Kathryn M. Wirtenberger ......
Thaddeus J. Zolkiewicz
Miss Janet G. Lanou
Assistant Principal, Latin,
Sodality Moderator, Missal Club Moderator
......... Biology, Health, General Science,
Biology Club Moderator, Visual Aid Director
Elementary School Principal, Second Grade
....Shorthand, Business Law, Secretarial Practice,
Sanctuary Committee Moderator
Religion, English, Mathematics, Senior A Class
Adviser, "Cor Mariae" Adviser, "Rosarium" Adviser
Introduction to Business, Book Store Manager
......Eng1ish, Latin, Pulchrae Romanae Moderator,
Freshman Dramatic Club Moderator
......Religion, Social Studies, Sophomore B Class Adviser
Religion, English, Social Studies,
Junior B Class Adviser
......Speech, Senior Dramatic Club Coach
Music, Glee Club Directress
......Religion, English, Mathematics, Junior A Class
Adviser, Junior Red Cross Adviser
Religion, Typewriting, Medical Mission Group Moderator,
Rosa Mystica Moderator, Freshman B Class Adviser
Kindergarten, Mater Dei Moderator
.....Physical Education, Athletic Club Coach
..... Registrar, School Nurse
French, Latin, Le Cercle Francais Moderator,
Latin, Missal Club Moderator
Religion, Chemistry, Homemaking,
Senior B Class Adviser, "Rosarium" Business Adviser
.............Religion, Chant, Sophomore A Class Adviser,
Music and French in Elementary School
......Religion, English, Freshman A Class Adviser,
Sophomore Dramatic Club Moderator
Religion, Social Studies, Art, Art Club Moderator,
Freshman C Class Adviser, Ianua Caeli Moderator,
Career Guidance Club Moderator
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Domia Di Re, Michael Campanella, George Pfohl, Michael Mogavero, Jackie Mathias, Marguerite Lacciua, Susan Dumond,
Lenore Salvo, Francis Wilkins, Jackie Straubinger, Linda Lavid, Elizabeth Lyons, Miss Irene Murphy, teacher.
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Glass, Cecily Lovallo, Carmen LaFalce, Kathleen Kuhn, Mary Sundber
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CQHESE Second Graders are the "seniors"
of the Nardin Grade School. Last year
Nardin Academy began once again its gram-
mar department at the request of many of
the Alumnae members. Each year will
see the addition of a new grade. As the
underclassmen look up to the high school
seniors for guidance, so do the under-
classmen of our primary department
look to these "miniature" seniors
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Carol Colangelo, Lee Lovallo, Marjorie Kaminski, David McGrath, Susan Goss, Patricia Mathias, Janice Powalski, Robert Mogavcro,
Linda Cooper, James Mills, Edward Skelton, Yvonne Alvarez, Jean Burke, Michele Ingrando.
as you stand waiting to be ushered into the new
world of high school, notice how we have built the
entrance to our cathedral. Marble steps were
fashioned to withstand the trials of the passing
years. Doors made of heavy planks of courage
were selected to keep the warmth of God's grace
in and world's blast out. These planks were fas-
tened together with sturdy trappings made of know-
ledge. We hinged them to faith, hope and charity
with determination. Finally we placed the handles
of friendship so that all who wished could enter in.
Neilda Bravo, secretaryglean Miceli, vice-presi-
dent: Santina Cosmano, presidentg Madeline Fuchs,
Nancy Dicianne, Cathleen Jordan, Virginia Burnes,
Mary Catherine Pepe, Barbara Lesh, Frances Arcara,
Barbara Kubala, Kathleen Baecher, Gayle Ray, Lo-
celi, Ann Schmitt, Christina Wargin, Josephine
Bertha Palermo, Virginia Lo Tempio, Elizabeth
Dyte, Judy Racsumberger.
Rolann Kuhn, Lucy Spogis, Marguerite Polito, Rosalie
Helen Slazyk, Elaine Grabowski.
First row: Patricia Brennan. Second row: Marie
Cioppa, Maria Carbone. Third row: Mary Jane
Becker, Caroline Driscoll. Fourth row:
Linch, Marcella Fronczak, Maria Wiesm
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Vitello, E. Tryjankowski, R.M. Palermo,
C. Ruggiero, S. Cosmano.
C. Greco, M. Wiesman, C. Lazzaro, E. Dux, P.
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tice upon the steel structure of the
realization of the dignity of all men.
Thus, ours would be true justice,
not crooked and biased because of
weak and imperfect girders. A
touch of beauty and grace was added
in the symbolic Cross overhead.
Barbara LoVa11o, treasurerg Joan Saeli, president,
Marcella Coughlin, vice-president: absent - Carol
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Keen Burger, Sywia Rarayzzak, Nancy Pioemler.
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laryAn11 Pasquarella, Suzanne DiA'efnan, Antohzette
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Szmania, president: Deanna Burnes, vice-president: Lavina Caparella,
N Junior year, the arches of our cathedral are molded. Obedience fash-
ions the beautiful rounded curves softening the rigidity of the stone walls.
Our arches would be free from the roughness of hatred or jealousy which
would detract from our temple. They would rather knit together in friend-
ship and love. Then they would have to be ornamented. This we would do
with purity. No decoration could do more to enhance the temple of the Holy
Ghost than the simple beauty of purity. That adornment would not become
smudged and ugly with the dust of time, but it would ever grow more lovely
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Judy Byrne, Charlotte Biondolillo, Elizabeth Wechter, Geraldine Balaz, Mary Louise Campbell
Theresa Wlodarczak, Sybil Steigerwald, Janice Kubiszyn, Joan Zaker, Elaine Stefaniak.
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Standrng: Gertrude Gehl, Frances Castronova, Jean Miller.
Mr. Ray Conley, Geraldine Sendlak, Susan Biniszkiewicz, Ann Flynn, Maria La Nasa, Paula
Mietus, Charlotte Biondolillo.
Seated: Bebeann Pidgeon, Lavina Caparella,
Elizabeth Zolkiewicz, Concetta Capizzi.
Standing: Mary Ann Mahiques, Diana Woz-
niak, Martha Michalski, Anna Tomasulo.
First row: Margie Di Pasquale, Mary Gonzalez, Jo Anne Di
Second row: Betty Jane Hadyn, Barbara Schalk.
N our last year, we prepared ourselves for adulthood. We learned that
life was a mixture of joy and sorrow, giving and receiving. We built the
sanctuary with its altar where prayers of thanksgiving and sacrifice could be
offered to God. We chose marble again--the marble of perseverance. At
first it was rough and imperfect, but with experience, the roughness was
smoothed and the stone polished until it reflected the soft candle light.
We put at the side a sanctuary lamp whose ruddy glow reminded us that
God is ever watching and never ceases to spread light in the darkness, but we
were not satisfied until we had placed on the altar our hearts to be Christ's
Oh, our temple was not finished in our Senior year. It is not finished now.
We continue to build and make it more beautiful until the day we die. Then, if
God finds it pleasing, it will stand as a tribute to Him forever in Heaven.
Sodality l,2,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Missal Club 3,4 . . . Le Cercle Fran
cais 3,4 . . . Latin Honor Society l,Z,3 . . . A.P.
S.L magna cum laude Award 3 . . . Honor Roll 1,
Z,3,4 . . . Vice-Pres. Le Cercle Francais 3 . . .
Vice-Pres. and Chmn. Junior Red Cross 3,4 . .
Chmn. Pamphlet Rack 3 . . . Secy. Sodality 3.
"Today is ours. What do we fear!
Today is ours. We have it here!"
Nina, our class president, takes the happen-
and collected manner has won the friendship and
confidence of her fellow seniors. She will long
ings about her in even stride. Her calm, cool
linger in our book of happy memories as the girl
who brought our Senior Class through a success-
Legion of Decency 3 . . . Athletic Club 3 . . .
Dancing Club 3 . Biology Club 3 . . . A.P.S.L. Z
. . . Junior Red Cross 4 . . . Dramatic Club 4 .
Rosarium Staff 4 . . . Honor Roll l . . . Treas.
Freshman Class . . . Vice-Pres. Art Club 3 . .
Vice-Pres. Le Cercle Francais 4.
The inborn geniality of some people amounts to
Kathy's competence has won for her the po-
sition of vice-president of our class. She has al-
ways been ready and willing to lend her efficient
services to any project that might arise. In dis-
cussions, Kathy displays the precious quality of
common sense which has won for her many friends.
Sodality l,2.,3,4 . . . Rosa Iviystica 2 . . . Sedes
Sapientiae 3 . . . lanua Caeli 4 . . . Missal Club
3,4 . . . Biology Club 3 . . . Athletic Club 4 . . .
Junior Red Cross 3,4 . . . Senior Dramatics . . .
A.P.S.L. Award 2 . . . Latin Honor Society 2,3
. . . Honor Roll l,Z,3,4 . . . Pres. Freshman
Class . . . Treas. Sodality Z . . . Chmn. Missal
Club 3 . . . Chmn. Sacristans 3,4 . . . Chmn.
Legion of Decency 4.
She needs not June for beauty's heightening."
Energetic and capable, Carolyn brings to
all her undertakings an air of joyous enthu-
siasm that ensures success. In years to come,
her sparkling personality will shine bright in
our memories when we reflect on our school
Carolyn Linkne r
Sodality l,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Legion of
Decency 4 . . . Career Guidance 4 . . . Junior Red
Cross 3 . . . Biology Club 3 . . . Latin Club 3 . . .
A.P.S.L. Award 3 . . . Senior Dramatics . . .
Latin Honor Society 3 . . . Honor Roll l,2,3,4.
"The twilight of our mysteries
Shines like high noonday on her face."
In her three years at Nardin, Carol has leaped
into everyone's heart, with sincerity as a spur.
Up to date on the latest fashion news, Carol is a
stylish miss, always chic in and out of school.
A Her scholastic record is high, but not at the ex-
pense of a well rounded personality.
Junior Red Cross 3,4 . . . Cor Mariae Staff 3 . . .
Career Guidance 4 . . . Honor Roll l 2,3,4 . . . Rep.
Student Council 2,3 . . . Pres. Junior Red Cross 3.
"Sweet as are damask roses when they blow."
Barb is a person to be trusted, as is shown by
the offices her classmates have confided to her
safekeeping during the four years. A dainty lass
is Barbara whose quiet and reserved manner does
not conceal a personality bubbling over with mirth
and wit. Charming, intelligent and willing to help,
she will go far in both the business and social
Sodality l,Z,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Senior Dra-
"It is the mind that maketh good or ill,
That maketh wretch or happy, rich or poor."
There are depths and responsive chords in
Paula which cannot be discovered on short ac-
quaintance, there is a true sincerity there and be-
fore we are aware of it we find that Paula has man-
aged to drift into our hearts as gently as a summer
Sodality Z,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 3,4 . . . Medical,
Missions 4 . . . Legion of Decency 3 . . . Glee
Club 2,4 . . . Dancing Club 3 . . . Athletic Club
3,4 . . . Senior Dramatics . . . Cor Mariae Staff
4 . . . Rosarium Staff 4 . . . Chmn. Junior Red
"She has labored and never counted the cost."
One of twins, Jo Ann is always on her toes.
In the class-room she is one of our finest busi-
ness students, and we look to her for great pro-
gress in the business world. On a basketball
court she's a triple threat. If you mention any-
thing remotely connected with Bishop Fallon
High School, she's there in the front row cheer-
JO ANN BONGI
Sodality 2,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 3,4 . . . Legion of
Decency 3 . . . Glee Club 2,4 . . . Dancing Club 3
. . . Athletic Club 4 . . . Senior Dramatics . . .
Cor Mariae Staff 4 . . . Rosarium Staff 4 . .
Treas. Junior Red Cross 4.
"She walks in beauty and grace"
Equally skilled in the secretarial arts as her
sister, Rose Ann, combining talent and personality,
is one of the nicest girls you'l1 ever find. Her
charming and graceful manner makes her the friend
of everyone. She is not only a staunch Fallon rooter,
but a loyal and enthusiastic member of the Nardin
team as well.
ROSE ANN BONGI
Red Cross 4 . . . Biology Club 4 . . . Senior Dra-
matics . . .Vice-Pres. Freshman Class.
"Fashioned so slenderly,
Young, and so fair."
An enthusiastic fan of modern music, grace-
ful Mary loves dances and parties, while her in-
ner goodness shines through all she does. Court-
eous, gentle and sweet, she is loved by all her
Sodality l,2,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Legion of Decency 4 . . . Career Guid-
ance 4 . . . Athletic Club 3,4 . . . Junior Red Cross
3 . . . Senior Dramatics
"With wide-embracing love
Thy spirit animates eternal years."
Ida's unaffected manner has won countless
friends. Both school life and her extracurric-
ular activity prove her to be loyal to her Alma
Mater. Whether baking a cake or rendering
first aid, Ida is an example of efficiency. We
are glad to claim her as one of the Class of '54,
Sodality1,2,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 3,4 . . . Senior
Dramatics . . . A.P.S.L. 2
"Your eye is like the star of eve,
And sweet your voice as seraph's song."
Charming, sincere and unassuming, Mary
stands out as a true Nardin girl. Although stu-
dious and possessed of a great eagerness to
learn, she keeps quite up-to-date on the latest
dance steps and can spin her way from the
dance floor right into anyone's heart.
MARY CANNIZ ZARO
NANC Y CANNIZ ZARO
Sodality l,Z,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 3,4 . . . Biology
"'Twas her thinking of others that made others
think of her."
Although a twin, Nancy has a unique person
ality and may be singled out in a crowd by her
deep-rooted honesty and self-forgetfulness.
Kind and considerate, she is well-loved by all,
and her talent at the key-board makes her an
asset to any party.
Career Guidance 4 . . . A.P.S.L. 2,3
So, as she shows, she seems the budding rose
Yet sweeter far than is an earthly flower."
Petite, pretty and poise
but beyond that, she is a diligent and capable
student. Always eager to g
takes an active part in every discus sion.
Noted for her neatness, Rose Marie can be
relied upon to accomplish any task with pre-
cision and zest.
SU ZANNE CASEY
d may describe her,
ive her views, she
ROSE MARIE CAPUTY
Sodality l,2,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Missal
Club 3,4 . . . Sacristans 3 . . . Legion of Decency
4 . . . Glee Club l,2,3,4 . . . Athletic Club 4 . . .
Dramatic Club 3,4 . . . A.P.S.L. 2,3 . . . Sec'y.
of Missal Club 4.
Thou, whose exterior semblance doth belie
Thy souls immensity."
An intelligent, fun-loving girl, Suzanne has
a host of friends in school and out. Her self-
induced "brogue" has brought smiles to many
friendly faces around school. Serene and sin-
cere, she may truly be called a typical Nardin
Sodality l,2,3,4 . . . Mission Committee Z . . .
Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Missal
Club 3,4 . . . Biology Club 3 . . . Dancing Club
3 . . . Dramatic Club 4 . . . Junior Red Cross
4 . . . A.P.S.L. 2,3. . . Honor Roll 1. . . Chmn.
Medical Mission 4.
"A heart whose love is innocent."
A zealous supporter of the Academy, Jo
labors enthusiastically for its ideals. If per-
sonal service is required, Jo is one of the
first to respond with eagerness and efficiency.
Her sincerity, the keynote in her personality,
has been a clear asset to her in winning many
JOSE PHINE CASTRO
Sodality l,Z,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 3,4 . . . Mission
Committee 2 . . . Glee Club 2,3 . . . Biology Club
3 . . . Senior Dramatics.
"I love tranquil solitude,
And such society
As is quiet, wise and good."
Mary Ann is a definite example of the adage,
"Good things come in small packages." She has
proved to her companions and to the faculty that
genuineness and warmth are essential ingredi-
ents in her character. With a smile as her trade-
mark, Mary Ann has easily slipped into everyone's
MARY ANN DE JAMES
Legion of Decency4 . . . Glee Club Z, 4 . . . Ca-
reer Guidance 4 . . . Le Cercle Francais 3, 4 . .
Athletic Club 4 . . .A.P.S.L. magna cum laude A-
ward Z, 3 . . . LatinHonor Society2, 3 . . . Rosar-
iumStaff 4 . . . Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4 . . . Class
"To gather facts from far and near,
Upon the mind to hold them clear."
An all-around athlete, Gerry is a whiz on
the trampolin. Her enthusiasm for French in-
spires others with a love of the language, and
her high scholastic record does her credit.
She is friendly, intelligent and modest in her
own graceful manner.
GERALDINE de LEON
Sodality l,Z,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Glee Club Z,3,4 . . . Junior Red
Cross 3 . . . Pres. Career Guidance 4.
"And all that's best of dark and bright
Meet in her aspect and her eyes."
Tall, graceful, and possessed of winning
charm, Carol is known for her sincerity and
eagerness to learn. Diffusive and argumenta-
tive, she has enlivened many a quiet class with
her debatable point of view.
CAROL DE YOT
Sodality l,Z,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 3,4 . . . Medical
Missions 4 . . . Legion of Decency 2,3,4 . . .
SDS 3,4 . . . Missal Club 3,4 . . . Glee Club Z
. . . Biology Club 3 . . . Junior Red Cross 3,4
. . . Senior Dramatics . . . A.P.S.L. 2,3 . . .
Co-Chmn. Rosa Mystica Z. . . . Treas. Sodality
3 . . . Chmn. Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Prefect of So-
"The mind that is within us, so impress
With quietness and beauty, and so feed
With lofty thoughts."
Always ready to lend a hand and always back-
ing another drive, Twila, our Sodality Prefect, is
one of the busiest students in school. Her thought-
fulness, courtesy and loyalty are boundless. It is
a delight to find such a "busy bee" so close to
God and Our Lady.
' Sodality l,Z,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Art Club
3 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Cor Mariae Staff 2,4. . .
Rosarium Staff 4 . . . A.P.S.L. Z . . . Honor Roll
"Star of the morrow gray,
The blossom on the spray,
The freshest flower of May."
Peggy's gentle way is a genuine indication
of a heart of gold which is known and appreciated
by her companions. Her trim and tidy appearance
adds to her charm. Dependability is but one of the
numerous qualities which will aid Peg in making
a success of the years to come.
MARGARE T DOWNING
Sodality1,Z,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Latin Club 3,4 . . . Junior Red Cross
3,4 . . . Senior Dramatics . . . Rosarium Staff 4
. . . Latin Honor Society l,2,3 . . . Honor Roll 1,
Z,3,4 . . . Sec'y. Sophomore Class . . . Treas.
Junior Class . . . Sec'y. Latin Club 4 . . . Rep.
Student Council 4.
"Holy, fair and wise is she."
Reliable, witty, intelligent and sincere,
Olivia makes a hit with everyone, and you can
always count on her as a true friend. All through
the years she spent at Nardin, she proved her
great love and loyalty for the aims and ideals of
Career Guidance 4 . . . Senior Dramatics . . . A.
"Looking at the bright side of things,
makes the world a happier p1ace."
Anna's delightfully pleasant personality has
managed to make her our "bund1e of joy." She
has a natural gift for making and keeping friends.
It is easy to stay in her favor, since her spirit
of good-will leads her to overlook the foibles of
Sodality 4 . . . Legion of Decency 3 . . . Glee Club
4 . . . Athletic Club 4 . . . Junior Red Cross 4 . . .
"Her mirth the world required,
She bathed it in smiles of g1ee."
Elaine, with her refreshing ways, is known
to her companions, as a fun-lover, whose in
nocence of aspect does not successfully hide
the mischief in her eye. Beneath it all, how
ever, is a sympathetic nature and a heart of
Sodality 1,Z,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Legion of
Decency 4 . . . Missal Club 3,4 . . . Glee Club 1,
Z,3,4 . . . Athletic Club 3 . . . Le Cercle Fran-
cais 3,4 . . . Dramatic Club 3 . . . Senior Dra-
matics.. . . Junior Red Cross 4 . . . A.P.S.L.
cum laude Award 2,3 . . . Latin Honor Society
l,Z,3 . . . Honor Roll l,Z,3,4 . . . Pres. Sopho-
more Class . . . Co-Chmn. Rosa Mystica 3 . .
Pres. Le Cercle Francais 3 . . . Vice-Pres.
Glee Club 3 . . . Pres. Student Council 4.
"How rare it is to find a friend who has and gives,
Those qualities upon which friendship lives."
As Student Council president, Marie has
shown that she is ever ready and willing to
perform any task that is put before her.
Though she always wears a brightening smile,
Marie has a deep sense of duty and responsi-
bility. Zest for living will carry her through
MARIE GENCO the future successfully,
Sodality l,2,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Junior Red Cross 4 . . . Senior Dra-
"With solace and gladness
Much mirth and no madness."
A cheerful disposition and a reserved manner
enhance Sheila's womanly charm and thoughtful-
ness, while her quiet sallies of wit provoke laugh-
ter all around. We are grateful to her for many a
Sodality l,2.,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Glee Club l,Z,3,4 . . . Athletic Club
3,4 . . . Senior Dramatics . . . Class Banker 4.
"Fair as a star, when only one
Is shining in the sky."
This pretty little miss is noted for her trim
appearance, good taste and delightful smile. Her
mischievous ways have provided plenty of de-
lightful moments, but have not concealed her deep-
rooted strength of character. It is girls like Toni
who make our high school life a gem in our memo-
ANTOINE T TE LANZA
Sodality l,2,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Career Guidance 3 . . . Biology Club
3 . . . Art Club 3 . . . Le Cercle Francais 4 . . .
Senior Dramatics . . . A.P.S.L. Z . . . Latin Honor
Society 3 . . . Honor Roll 1 . . .Treas. Sophomore
"Her very foot has music in 't
As she comes up the stairs."
The image of reserve, competence and con-
sideration is Joan. Her teachers as well as her
fellow classmates can always depend on her. She
has a flair for delightful conversation, while her
talent on the dance floor is notable.
Cor Mariae Staff 4
"Let the world slide, let the world go,
A fig for care, and a fig for woe!"
The girl with the bubbling laughter, known as
"Dutch" to hcr friends, always ready to alleviate
the situation with a witty remark, that's Rose
Marie! Competent and eager, she is handy with
a mimeograph machine as well as with a type-
writer. With her nimble mind and her thirst for
knowledge, she should go far.
ROSE MARIE MORIBE LLO
Sodality Z,3,4 . . . Our Lady's Committee 2 . . .
Sedes Sapientiae 3 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Legion
of Decency Z,3,4 . . . Glee Club 3,4 . . . Biology
Club 3 . . . Cor Mariae Staff 2,4 . . . Senior Dra-
"Ever carefree, ever gay,
Scattering sunshine along life's way"
A roguish coleen whose laughter brightens up
many a dull moment, Noreen is always ready,
willing and able to lend a hand. A sparkling per-
sonality helps her to make many friends.
NOREEN MOY LAN
Sodality l,Z,3,4 . . . Sedes Sapientiae 3 . . .
Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Legion of Decency 3 . . . Glee
Club l,2,3 . . . Athletic Club 3,4 . . . Latin Club
3,4 . . . Dancing Club 3 . . . Biology Club 4 . . .
Le Cercle Francais 3 . . . Rosarium Staff 4 . . .
A.P.S.L. Award 2,3 . . . Latin Honor Society 2,3
. . . Honor Roll l,Z,3,4 . . . Vice-Pres. and Pres.
Latin Club 3,4.
A fidelity that will yield to none, manners above
reproach, and blushing modesty."
Joyce, in her quiet manner, possesses a Ster-
lingcharacter that we shall ever remember. Her
thoughtfulness and sincerity are reflected in her
school work and in her contacts with her fellow-
classmates. Equally at home at the piano, at her
books, or in any number of activities Joyce be-
lieves in rounding out her personality.
Junior Red Cross 4 . . . Cor Mariae Staff 4
"B1essed with that charm, the certainty to please."
Typing and making friends may be two en-
tirely different talents, but Terry possesses both
among her varied gifts. Remarkable generosity
puts her talents at the service of others, and if
she continues down this path, life will open its
arms to her in the years to come.
THERESA PA LERMO
Sodality Z,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Legion of Decency 3,4 . . . Career
Guidance 4 . . . Dancing Club 3 . . . Junior Red
Cross 4 . . . Senior Dramatics . . . Rosarium
Staff 4. . . Class Banker 4.
"Fair Quiet, have I found thee here?"
Here we have a girl with pretty brown eyes
and a sweet smile. Jo has a flair for smart fash-
ions and evinces remarkably good taste. In her
we find another Fallon rooter. She is a whiz at
typing, and we expect her to give us a new speed
JOSE PHINE PULEO
Sodality l,Z,3,4 . . . Sedes Sapientiae 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Legion of Decency 4 . . . Missal Club
3,4 . . . Glee Club l,Z,3,4 . . . Le Cercle Francais
3,4 . . . Athletic Club 3 . . . Dramatic Club 3,4. .
Latin Honor Society 1,Z,3 . . . A.P.S.L. cum laude
Award 2,3 . . . Honor Roll l,2.,3,4 . . . Vice-Pres.
Sophomore Class . . . Student Council Monitor 3
. . . Chmn. Missal Club 4.
"Sweet, be not proud of those two eyes,
Which, star-like, sparkle in their skies."
An excellent shot on the basketball court,
Wilma has also maintained a high scholastic re-
cord. She is a friend indeed to all her fellow
classmates. Active in dramatics, she has dis-
played her talent in many productions. Her
sterling character is the foundation of her pop-
ularity in school.
Sodality Z,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Missal
Club 3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Medical Missions
4 . . . Le Cercle Frangais 4 . . . Senior Dramat-
ics . . . Rosarium Staff4 . . . A.P.S.L. 2,3 . . .
Latin Honor Society l,Z,3 . . . Honor Roll l . . .
Co-Chmn. Sacristans 4 . . . Rep. Student Coun-
cil Z . . . Sec'y. Student Council 3 . . . Honorary
Member N.A.S.C. 4
Can any wind blow rough upon a blossom so fair
and tender ?"
Elaine is one of our outstanding students in
more ways than one. Scholastically, she does
her job well, but she always manages to have a
bright smile and a comforting word for those who
find progress more arduous. If personal service
is needed, she is always ready, and if you are
looking for someone who is exceptionally loyal
to her Alma Mater, page Elaine.
Sodality l,Z,3,4 . . . Our Lady's Committee 2 . . .
Sedes Sapientiae 3 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Legion
of Decency Z . . . Glee Club l,3,4 . . . Cor Mariae
Staff 2 . . . Dramatic Club 3,4 . . . Latin Honor
Society 1,Z,3 . . . A.P.S.L. Award magna cum
laude 3 . - -Honor Roll l,Z,3,4 . . . Pres. Le
Cercle Francais 4 . . . Editor-in-Chief Rosarium
"All life is activity and joy is the normal accom-
paniment of that activity."
Terry is like a three-leaf clover. On the
first leaf is the student who maintains honor roll
ratingsg on the second, the gifted actress who has
made a hit with her audiences through the four
years at Narding and on the third, the girl with a
vivacious personality and clever wit. We were
lucky to have her as companion, for she's a sweet-
heart whom we both love and admire.
Sodality l,2,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 3,4 . . . Senior
"Round her lies the silence of the world of graces."
Very seldom has Mary been seen in the halls
without a smile on her lips and a gleam in her
eye. Without a harsh word, she accepts the bad
with the good in life's path. Mary's modest man-
ner has aided her in making lasting friends
throughout her four years at the academy.
Glee Club l,2,3,4 . . . Athletic Club 3,4 . . . Latin
Club 3,4 . . . Dancing Club 3 . . . Cor Mariae
Staff Z . . . A.P.S.L. 2,3.
"Only a sweet and virtuous soul
Like seasoned timber, never giveS."
Our Connie is a quiet,pleasant girl who ex-
cels in sports. Captain of last year's Junior
Varsity Basketball Team, she spurred the girls
on to many victories.
Sodality l,2.,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 3,4 . . . Social
Action Committee 3 . . . Glee Club l,2,3,4 . . .
Junior Red Cross 4 . . . Rosarium Staff 4 . . .
Sec'y. Glee Club 3 . . . Rep. Student Council 3,
4 . . . Class Banker 4 . . . Vice-Pres. Biology
"Three themes in one, which wondrous scope af-
fords: Fair, Kind and True."
When thinking of Flo, one recalls the title
"Sense and Sensibility." Her popularity is
partly due to her "big sisterliness" towards
her classmates, who were not slow to recog-
nize this sterling quality. An added ingredi-
ent in her personality is her school spirit: her
enthusiasm for Nardin and its ideals is infec-
Sodality l,2,3,4 . . . Apostolic Committee 2 . . .
Sedes Sapientiae 3 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Legion
of Decency 1,2 . . . Career Guidance 3 . . . Glee
Club l,2,3,4 . . . Biology Club 3 . . . Art Club 3
. . . Junior Red Cross 4 . . . Senior Dramatics
. . . Cor Mariae Staff 3,4 . . . Rosarium Staff 4
. . . Latin Honor Society l,Z,3 . . . A.P.S.L. . ..
cum laude Award Z and magna cum laude Award '
3 . . . Honor Rol1l,Z,3,4 . . . Chmn. SDS 3 . . .
Editor-in-chief Cor Mariae 4 . . . Vice-Pres.
Student Council 4.
"Sober, steadfast, and demure,
Thy rapt soul sitting in thine eyes."
She's the girl of many talents, each one a
specialty. Music, singing, art and writing are
but a few of the fields in which she excels.
Editor-in-chief of the Cor Mariae, and vice-
president of the Student Council, Chris is gen-
erous with her time and talents. She still finds
. CHRISTINE SZELEST
time to be a real friend to everyone.
Sodality Z,3,4 . . . Ianua Caeli 4 . . . Legion of
Decency Z,3,4 . . . Glee Club 2,3,4 . . . Athletic
Club 3 . . . Biology Club 3 . . . Dramatic Club 3,
4 . . . Cor Mariae Staff 2,4 . . . A.P.S.L. 1,Z.
"And yet a spirit still and bright
With something of angelic light."
Petite and blond, Elizabeth Anne cuts a neat
figure on the ice at the Buffalo Skating Club. Her
love for dramatics has found expression in the
number of dramatic roles played during her high
school days. Sweet by nature, she never loses
her gentleness and calm.
ELIZABETH ANNE TATU
Sodality 2,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Dancing Club 3 . .
Biology Club 4 . . . Art Club 3 . . . Latin Club 3,
4 . . . Senior Dramatics . . . A.P.S.L. l,2,3 . . .
Honor Roll 1.
"Her eyes were deeper than the depth
Of waters stilled and even."
Her mild manner and modest charm portray
her as a true child of Mary. Her lovely soft
brown eyes give hint of her deep understanding
nature. Catherine possesses a certain warm
spirit of friendliness which melts the hardest of
Sodality l,2,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 3 . . . Ianua
Caeli 4 . . . Medical Missions 4 . . . Biology Cl-ub
4 . . , Dramatic Club 3 . . . Senior Dramatics
. . . Cor Mariae Staff 3,4 . . . Rosarium Staff 4
. . . Honor Roll 1 . . . A.P.S.L. 2,3 . . . Pres.
Junior Class . . . Sec'y. and Treas. Biology Club
"The smiles that win, the tints that glow
But tell of days in goodness spent."
Pos sessing a generous and dependable na-
ture, Carol has been called upon to perform
many important tasks. Her happy disposition is
shown in her gay outlook on life and in her con-
tagious laugh. Very friendly and courteous she
is popular in and out of school.
Legion of Decency 2,3 . . . Sacristan 3 . . . Glee
Club l,2,4 . . . Athletic Club 3 . . . Biology Club
3 . . . Dramatic Club 4 . . . Cor Mariae Staff 3
. . . Rosariurn Staff4 . . . A.P.S.L. 2 . . . Sec'y.
Art Club 3 . . . Pres. Art Club 4 . . . Vice-Pres.
"Elusive as an elfin trumpet
Or rainbow treasure."
Popular, effervescent Barb has a flair for
dramatics when she's not attending a football
game between Canisius and St. Joe's. She has
a yen for trouble, but always in a harmless man-
ner. Her winning personality makes her well
loved by everyone.
BARBARA WEG LE Y
Sodality l,2,3,4 . . . Rosa Mystica 2,3 . . . Medi-
cal Missions 4 . . . Legion of Decency 4 . . .
Missal Club 4 . . . Junior Red Cross 3,4 . . .
Glee Club 1,2 . . . Senior Dramatics . . . Cor
Mariae Staff 2 . . . Treas. Sophomore Class . . .
Sec'y. Junior Class . . . Co-Chmn. Ianua Caeli 4
. . . Vice-Prefect Sodality 4.
"Where thoughts serenely sweetly express
How pure, how dear their dwelling place."
Ruth is a girl whom everyone enjoys knowing.
Sweetness and sincerity are most evident in this
willing worker. Her essential goodness wins
everybody around her and leaves a lasting impres
sion. We shall always cherish her friendship.
Glee Club l,Z,3,4 . . . Art Club 3 . . . A.P.S.L.
1,2 . . . Junior Red Cross 4 . . . Career Guid-
ance 4 . . . Senior Dramatics . . . Rosarium
Staff 4 . . . Latin Honor Society l,Z,3 . . .
Honor Roll l,Z,3,4 . . . Chmn. Banking 4.
"My dearest meed,a friend's esteem and praise."
Flowing tresses and a trim appearance mark
Gloria as somebody extra special. Charm and
grace, plus a determination to succeed, are char-
acteristics of her. She'l1 tackle a job and put her
all into it cheerfully and willingly. Gloria ranks
high, not only in the scholarship department of
Nardin, but also in the hearts of everyone.
Sacristan 3 . . . Social Action Committee 3 . .
Legion of Decency 2,3 . . . Glee Club l,Z,4 . . .
Art Club 3 . . . Athletic Club 3 . . . Dancing
Club 3 . . . Biology Club 3 . . . Junior Red Cross
4 . . . A.P.S.L. l,Z.
"With soft, low tongue and lowly courtesy."
Speaking in just such soft and low tones
Camille enchants everyone she meets. A
pleasant person with a keen sense of humor,she
is a real favorite with her classmates who love
her and will always remember her with a smile.
A CLASS ELOZVES E K N
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Cs EMORY is a burning candle, penetrating the dark with its
cheerful glow. It gives vitality to the humdrum of our
lives. It radiates joy, filling the heart with its warmth, though
the past be far or near. Now, let the light of memory fall upon
our years at Nardin, filling us with a deep sense of nostalgia.
It was a pleasant day in the typical Indian summer weather
of September. Sixty-four of us, anxious freshmen, hesitatingly
approached the welcoming doors at 135 Cleveland Avenue. This
was Nardin Academy which we would grow to love deeply in the
next four years. When we stepped inside, we immediately felt
the "homey" atmosphere among teachers and students. We were
soon scurrying about to see where our rooms would be and who
would be our teachers. We climbed to the third floor where
Miss Kathryn Wirtenberger of 303 and Miss Kathleen Kolp of
304 greeted us warmly, and where we quickly made friends.
We soon discovered that three of our fellow students had
gone to Nardin in the grades. Olivia Endres boasted of being a
Nardin girl from first gradeg Paula Amigone arrived in fifth
and Carolyn Linkner in seventh grade.
September flew by and soon ominous rumors drifted our
way. They all centered about that day of reckoning ---- initia-
tion. One October night, the gym was transformed into a ranch,
where we tenderfoots became full-fledged members of Nardin.
We gave our interpretation of cowboys and rodeos, as we were
put to the test. Afterwards, we realized how much we had en-
joyed it and that the seniors had won our friendship completely.
Our first Retreat was a welcome spiritual event that started
us down the right road for our high school days. It was once
said, "More things are wrought by prayer than this world
dreams of," and Father Lawless, O.M.I., our retreat master,
proved it to us. -
As Christmas time drew near, we found ourselves memo-
rizing parts, fitting costumes and moving sets. The Freshman
Class was presenting the story of the Nativity and the visit of
the Magi in "The Plains of Bethlehem." We'1l never forget the
pleasure we had in giving that production at the Christmas As-
In the following month, we studied hard for exams. We
learned the meaning of "b1ue books." In the meantime, we e-
lected Carolyn Linkner as our first class president.
Then, many of us started instruction classes in the Sodal-
ity under the guidance of Lucille Biondolillo, prefect, and Ann
Campagna, vice-prefect. When we were finally accepted on
May 18, we promised Our Lord and His Blessed Mother that we
would be true Sodalists, living according to Sodality rules.
Near the end of the year, we had the novel experience of
preparing for our first high school dance. That Freshman-Soph-
omore Frolic was a tremendous success.
Many wonderful things happened that first year, but much more still awaited us in the years
When we returned after a wonderful summer, we greeted our old friends and took our places
again on the third floor. fThat was our only disappointment that year--the repeated trudge up
three flights of stairs., Miss Mary Donahue and Miss Mary Hagerty were our homeroom teachers
Under their guidance we gained in wisdom and grace.
Two new members joined us, Geraldine de Ledn and Rose Marie Caputy. The latter had just
arrived from Denver. They quickly made their way into our hearts.
Geometry proved to be a delightful toyg the typewriters became worn with our enthusiasm.
Latin was continued and we discovered that Caesar was not only a television star, but a famous
Roman general, emperor and statesman as well. Thanks to Miss Shell, all the Sophomores who
took the Nationwide Latin Competitive Exam rated above average. With Miss Ballard as our his-
tory teacher, we became old hands at taking part in panel discussions. When June came, we took
our first high school Regents.
In spring, a candy sale drive was under way and the sophomores gave it their fullest support.
Every girl helped to make the project really profitable.
Near the end of that year, the Student Council was formed. Loretta Hubert and Elaine Salvo
were our first homeroom representatives.
Our second social venture in high school was the Freshman-Sophomore Hop of 1951. We
were well versed in the art of decorating by then.
Hardly had we recovered from the whirls and twirls when it was again exam time. We
waited apprehensively for the mailman. When, at last, he delivered our report cards, our faces
were wreathed in smiles. We were juniors at last ---- real upperclassmenl
Our junior year started on a rainy day in September. Half our class were overjoyed at the
prospect of a homeroom on the first floor with Miss Danmeyer as our teacher. Although the
other half had to tramp up to the second floor, they were compensated by again having Miss Mary
Hagerty as their homeroom teacher.
As upperclassmen, we assumed our responsibilities with great enthusiasm. Intermediate al-
gebra and Cicero's Orations were no cinch, but Miss Doll and Miss Fleming pulled us through.
Our business students mastered shorthand and business law with efficiency.
Something new had been added. Once a week we were to have speech lessons, given by Mrs.
Mary Barrett Healy, whom we soon took to our hearts.
We received two additions to our class that year, Theresa Palermo and Elaine Fisher, both
of whom were warmly welcomed.
We were very disappointed to see Miss Lanou leave us temporarily for France, but Miss
Shell capably took over her office.
An extensive activity 'program was inaugurated and the response from our class was over-
whelming. Several of our girls held office in the various clubs. Twila Doucet became treasurer
of the Sodality while Nina Kulick handled the office of secretary. Marie Genco was president of
the French Club and Elaine Salvo secretary of Student Councilg Barbara Swan and Florence Star-
zynski represented the junior homerooms. Y
In November, four juniors, Marie Genco, Carolyn Linkner, Teresa Schwab and Christine
Szelest, had the happy privilege of taking part in the senior play. They were thrilled and grate-
ful for that opportunity.
In the spring, the Junior Class was put in charge of the annual candy sale. With Wilma Ruane
as chairman, it was a grand success. Elizabeth Anne Tatu established herself as top saleswoman
in the drive.
This year, Geraldine de Ledn and Nina Kulick were chosen to represent Nardin as the country
of Turkey at the Model United Nations General Assembly held at Buffalo State Teachers College.
With May,c ame the Junior-Senior Prom, our first formal, held in the Crystal Room of the Hotel La-
fayette. Later, on May 13, we royally feted the deserving seniors with the Junior-Senior Banquet, at
Leonardo' s Restaurant. Elaine Salvo welcomed the seniors and the faculty to the gala evening. Carol
Vertalino, our class president, complimented the seniors on their successful four years.
On Class Day in 1953, we moved up to senior places and received the legacy left by the Class of
'53. We were now the SENIORS of Nardin Academy.
That happy September day when school reopened, a group of us confidently entered the Academy.
We were the seniors, experienced, calm and collected. Recalling our own timidity and sense of in-
security in commencing high school, we realized that the new freshmen needed help. As a result,
we continued the big sister movement to aid the latest arrivals in the Nardin family.
The following week, we elected officers. Nina Kulick and Kathleen Macaluso became our sen-
ior president and vice-president. Soon after, our Student Council began its second successful year
with Marie Genco at the wheel, ably assisted by Vice-President Christine Szelest. Our represen-
tatives this year were Olivia Endres and Florence Starzynski. In the Sodality, Twila Doucet be-
came this year's prefect and Ruth Winter vice-prefect.
On October 7, Nardin Toyland was filled with story-book and comic strip characters and a
host of toys. Now, we were initiating the freshmen with the competent assistance of lovable Blood-
rietta, the witch of the ginger-bread house.
When our class rings arrived, we swelled with pride because they were the insignia of our sen-
iority. Eagerly we thrust our gems before the admiring eyes of the underclassmen.
We were again excited when the girls voted to repeat the publication of a yearbook. We vigor-
ously undertook to make ours even better than that of our predecessors.
On December 9, when the Trapp Family Singers gave a benefit concert for our school, we sen-
iors together with the juniors, felt honored to be ushers at Kleinhans Music Hall.
In its second year as a printed newspaper, the "Cor Mariae," under the editorship of Christine
Szelest, again won an award in the scholastic Tuberculosis Contest. Christine's essay brought this
honor to Na rdin.
Also around this time, the Annual Oratorical Contest was heldg Marie Genco, Nina Kulick and
Wilma Ruane competed with essays on the Constitution. With her warm and poignant oration, Wilma
won the school finals and went on to compete in higher fields.
With Nina's announcement that the seniors were invited to the highlight of the holiday season,
the annual Alumnae Dance held at the Hotel Statler, there began a flurry over gowns, "dates,"tickets
and general party talk. The awaited evening arrived and will long linger in our memories.
Then, the seniors anticipated the presentation of "The Song of Bernadette." A double cast al-
ternated performances on February 26 and 28. We were thrilled to offer this tribute to Our Lady
during the Marian year.
When the closed retreat began, we were seriously bent on becoming closer to God. It was awon-
derful opportunity to prime our souls for what lies ahead.
The last social whirl of high school days caught the seniors and spun them around with happiness.
The Junior-Senior Prom, the Junior-Senior Banquet, and the Mother-Daughter Luncheon---all are
happy memories now.
We have shared with you the golden glow from our candle of happy memories. May its mellow
light cast its radiance down through the years.
UST as the side
chapels, with their
masterpieces of art and sculpture
enhance the beauty of Mary's basilica, so
do the extra-curricular activities at Nardin en-
. rich our character. Participation in the various clubs
is voluntary for us. The program is diverse enough to satisfy
the multiplicity of talents and the budding interests of teen-agers.
The spiritual yearning for the Christ life is satisfied by the Sodality with
its emphasis on personal holiness leading to Catholic Action. The opportunity of
developing our personality along intellectual, artistic and social lines is afforded by the
various clubs and student organizations. Thus interest is broadened over a wide area.
We have found the club program an excellent medium by which we become better acquainted
with our classmates. Informal atmospheres bring out factors that are not seen in the classroom.
Working as a team strengthens the bond of fellowship among us, thereby awakening school spirit
and a feeling' of unity. Planning our projects and sharing in the responsibility of seeing them
through to a successful finish develops not only a leader with initiative, but also a good follower.
Truly, our activities form an integral part of our character building. As the altars in the side
chapels contribute to God's glory, so, we hope, our activities give greater honor to our Heavenly
Mary Louise Campbell, Secretaryg Marie Genco,
President: Christine Szelest, Vice-President: Kathleen
Gillis, Treasurer. X
STUDENT COUNCIL ASSISTANTS
First row: S. Casey, T. Wlodarczak, M. Cannizzaro,
R. M. Caputy, I. A. Di Pasquale, C. Vertalino, M. A.
Pasquarella. Second row: G. Gehl, G. Sendlak.
Florence Starzynski, Olivia Endres, Elizabeth Wechter, Christine Szelest, Marie Genco
X president, Mary Louise Campbell, Carmella Lazzaro, Jeannie Baker, Elaine Salvo, Sally
N Callari, Kathleen Gillis.
UR Student Council, affiliated with the NASC,
has done much for the good of the school.
During its brief lifetime of only two years, it has
been true to its purposes:
To establish friendly relations between the
students and the faculty and so maintain a hom-
ier atmosphere at schoolg
To ensure every individual a voice in the
government of her school.
As the students' servant, the Council brings
to its meetings Student problems and suggestions
to be studied, evaluated and submitted to the
authorities for consideration. Under the guidance
of the Holy Spirit and the Heart of Mary, it aims
to uphold the highest standards and work for the
betterment of the school.
T. Doucet, prefect:
A. Flynn, secretary:
E, Stefaniak, chairman
R. Winter, vice-prefect:
B, Pidgeon, co-chairman:
E. Wechter, treasurer
First row: C. Torre, P. Amigone,
I, Lew, C. Linkner, N. Kulick, T.
Doucet, M.A. Delames, J. Puleo.
Second row: C. Vcrtalino, M. Down-
ing, T. Schwab, W. Ruane, N. Moy-
lan, R. Winter, S. Hobson, O. Endres.
Third row: M. Genco, E. A. Tatu, M.
Spagnuolo, M. Cannizzaro, A.Lanza,
N. Cannizzaro, I. Callari, J. Castro,
F. Starzynski. Fourth row: E. Salvo,
cj Zgliczynski, R. A. Bongi, I. Mur-
phy, Fisher, C. A. DeYot. J. A.
Bongi, C. Szelest, C. Schrag.
CWHE Sodality of
Our Lady, an
by the Society of Je-
sus and approved by
the Holy See, is a re-
ligious body which aims
at fostering inits mem-
bers an ardent devotion,
reverence and filial love
toward the Blessed Virgin
Mary. Through this devo-
tion and with the protection
of so good a Motherit seeks
to make the faithful gathered
together under her name good
Catholics, sincerely bent on
sanctifying themselves, each
in his state of life, and zeal-
ous, as far as their condition
in life permits, to save and
sanctify their neighbor and to
defend the Church of Jesus
Christ against the attacks of
PAMPHLET RACK COMMITTEE First row: M. Conti, J. Morreale, C. Calandra, L. Caparella, M. M. Wagner, J
Manta, B, Pidgeon, J. Baker.
Second row: M. A. Mahiques, S. Steigerwald, D. Woz-
niak, I. Kubiszyn, A. Tomasulo, I. Zaker, D. Burnes,
E. Stefaniak-chairman, E. Wechter, J. Saab.
Third row: T. Wlodarczak, C. Capizzi, I. Miller, P.
Papa, D. Szmania, C. Biondolillo, A. Flynn, M. L.
T. Wlodarczak, E. Wachter,
E. Stefaniak-chairman MEDICAL MISSION BAND
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Foreground: J. Morreale, J. Castro-chairman, L. Caparella.
Background: R. Winter, T. Doucet, S. Steigerwald, E. Salvo, M. A. Mahiques, W. Ruane, D. Burnes,
J. A. Bongi, M, M, Wagner.
MATER DEI CANDIDATES
First row: A. Sardina, P. Ervolino, J. Sperrazza, C. Messina, M. A. Lochocki, I. Bayerl.
Second row: P. Benintende, M. Coughlin, P. BULLETIN BOARD COMMITTEE
Osiecki, R. Sottile, B. Lo Vallo, I. Hoffmeyer,
C. Grimaldi, M. Bell, K. Burger. ,
Third row: J. Rollek, A. Stasinski, N. Hoppe,
J. Henry, J. Saeli, M. Michalski, M. A. Boch-
nik, P. Orlando, C. Lazzaro. M. A. Regan.
Fourth row: D. Doerr, R. La Duca, K. Gillis,
S. Callari, M. Smith, I. Oriss, M. Timineri,
A. Vaivo, L. Dentice, B. Schalk, N. Pfoertner,
J. Leonard, C. McKnight, D. l-lowland.
I. Morreale, M. Conti-chairman,
SANCTUARY COMMITTEE M. A. Mahiques, C. Calandra.
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M. A. Lochocki, C. Biondolillo,
C. Linkner-chairman, M. La Nasa, .
L. Caparella, M. Michalski, J. DX
Saeli, R. Sotrjle.
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First row: J. Saab, T. Schwab-Pres., K.
Macaluso, E. Wechter, B. Pidgeon, J. Manta.
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Third row: I. Lew, M. L. Campbell,
M. Michalski, W. Ruane, I. Byrne, R.
La Duca, A. Tomasulo, E. Graziano,
D. Wozniak, P. Orlando, M. Genco,
P. Mietus. Fourth row: M.M. Wagner,
pond row: N. Kulick, J. Miller, P. Papa, G, de
Leon, G. Golba, C. Calandra, D. Bumes, J. Baker,
element in our act1v1t1es To
quote Miss Ryba, moderator of the
club, its aim is 'to do every-thing 1n
the French way." At meetings, the
members become familiar with the
customs and life in France. Le Cer-
cle Francais brings Paris to Nardin,
Paris - city of songs, gaiety and the
Mardi Gras. Also, skits, charades,
and plays aid in putting into practical
use the vocabulary and background
learned in class. Here we see the
happy merging of fun and learning.
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the study of Latin more enjoyable by supple- N ' l
merfting class study with related subject matter. S X 1
The club tries to acquaint its members with the o ' 7
ancient Roman customs and ideas in such a way I
as to make it a profitable and certainly a pain-
less process of acquiring knowledge. Through
the reading of books pertaining to Roman days and
research on a specific aspect of Roman culture, MISS BARBARA M- F-LEMING
the club successfully accomplishes its aim. The Moderator
highlight of the year was the play, given entirely
in Latin, which not only enriched the students'
knowledge, but presented to the audience an en-
tirely different and refreshing type of drama.
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Sccond row: Jacqueline Saab, Constance Stanford, Mary Louise Campbell, Olivia Endrcs, Elaine
Third row: Margaret Mary Wagner, Joyce Murphy, Carol Pomana.
Florence Starzynski, Mary Cala, Elaine Stefaniak, Nancy Can-
nizzaro, Susan Biniszkiewicz, Joan Zaker. Standing: Ann Flynn,
Joyce Murphy, Sybil Steigerwald, Janice Kubiszyn, Carol Verta-
lino, Catherine Torre, Theresa Wlodarczak.
N order to broaden the knowledge 1
of the students in non-curriculum N
scientific material, the Biology Club
was formed. The members, all cur-
rent biology students, worked out sev-
eral group projects. They partici-
pated in an Autumn Field Day, a
Spring Hike and a trip to the Science
Museum. These events along with a
Biology Party and the timely bulletin
board displays, provided an interest-
ing and enjoyable year for all members.
lfirst row: P. Orlando, P. Cristina, J. Oriss, P. Ervolino, R. La Duca, A,
Simon, V, Lo Tempio, B. Wegley-president, S. Dikeman, E. Dux, C. Messina, J,
Second row: C. Driscoll, E. Dyte, J. Curcio, J. Marotta, N. Dicianne, M. A. Salvati.
Standing, third row: R, Abrickis, C, Wargin, A, M. Pepe, E. Lojacono, C. Lazzaro,
B. Palermo, C. Greco.
CXHE purpose of the Art Club is to
V encourage the love of beauty in
God's creation. Outdoor painting was
the first incentive to this goal. Later
the members studied figures to learn
the value of line, shape and rhythm in
promoting beauty and harmony. Their
work was on display at various times
during the year. In December, the
first floor windows were
decorated with Christ-
mas scenes. In the
spring, there was an ex-
hibit of portraits and il-
lustrations. Nardin life
was depicted by the club
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Foreground: Lucille Burns, Madeline Fuchs, Jean Miceli, Joanne Ambrose, Theresa Mahiques, Gloria
Messana, Carolyn Ruggiero, Rosalie Vacanti, Neilda Bravo, Patricia De Cillis, Julie Cleary, Santina
Background: Mary Korzelius, Leila Vitello, Christina Wargin, Carmela Amato, Rosalie Acklcy, Judith
Byrne, Eugenia Tryjankowski, Mary Ann Schwab, Arlene Dominczak, Sally Ann Quinn, Lois Weichmann,
Judith King, Lucy Spogis, Rose Marie Palermo.
Carolyn Limeri, Mary Jane Becker, Gertrude Genco, Barbara Lesh, Frances Arcara, Maria Carbone, Sue
Mc Gorray, Judy Racsumberger, Virginia Burnes, Patricia Brennan, Kathleen Baecher, Mary K. Pepe,
Gayle Ray, Rolann Kuhn, Barbara Kubala, Marcella Fronczak, Patricia Onasch, Esther Valenti, Bertha
Palermo, llelen Linch, Joanne Ott, Maria Wiesman, Cathleen Jordan, Loretta Weber.
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Standing: Mary Ann Lochocki, Janet Henry, Diana Wozniak, Theresa Wlodarczak.
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structor, has contnbuted to the po1se and
grace of the club members The classes
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among the g1r1s and g1ven them an assur Waltz
ance on the dance floor The performance
of a Pohsh folk dance, the Krakow1ak, by Tango
some of the members at the Sodahty Va
rlety Show held at Can1s1us H1gh School, Polka
was well rece1ved Others gave ev1dence
of the1r talent and tra1n1ng on Fathers Rhumba
Nlght and on the day of Open House.
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Foreground: F. Castronova, M. Gonzalez.
First row: E. Wechter, M. Genco, I. Morreale, C. Calandra,
A. Lanza, R. Kuhn, L. Caparella, R. Ackley.
Second row: M. A. Mahiques, C. Greco, E, Graziano, H.
Linch, M. A. Bochnik, E. Valenti, E. Dyte, M. A. Lochocki,
Third row: M. Conti, C. Stanford, E. Tryjankowski, C. De
Yot, B. Pidgeon, G. Ray, N. Dicianne.
NDER the direction of Mrs. Cecelia
Roy Kenny, the Glee Club endeavors
to develop the musical talents of the stu-
dent body and to increase appreciation for
the best in the world of song. Among their
varied activities, the members of the Cho-
rus sing at the Christmas Assembly, at
the Emergency Hospital and at Graduation.
First row: P. De Cillis, N. Pfoertner, M. A. Salvati.
First row: E. A. Tatu, E. Fisher, T. Mahiques, J. Miller, P. Papa.
Second row: C. Zgliczynski, M. La Nasa, F. Starzynski, C. Torre,
M. Korzelius, C. Biondolillo.
Third row: T. Schwab, N. Moylan, R. Winter, G. Work, C. Szelest,
M. Dovsming, C. Jordan, W. Ruane, R. A. Bongi.
Fourth row: K. Baecher, P. Benintende, L. Weber, S. Steigerwald,
C. Messina, C. Driscoll.
Second row: M. M. Wagner, R. M. Palermo, J. Hoffmeyer, I. Bayerl, R. Vacanti, G. Messana, G. Genco, J. Cleary, A. Valvo.
Third row: G. Gehl, J. A. Bongi,
I. Saeli, G. Sendlak, B. I. Hadyn,
D. Szmania, E. Delahanty, J.A.
Di Pasquale, L, Weichmann, B.
Palermo, K. Mc Gorray, N.
Bravo, M. Flaherty.
Fourth row: I. King, L,
Burns, M. Fronczak, B.
Kubala, C. Grimaldi, A.
Dominczak, G. de Ledn, M
Di Pasquale, M. Polito, K.
Condon, S. Mc Gorray.
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CSHE "Cor Mariae," our school newspaper,
is the result of the joint effort of the en-
tire group. The process of preparing the news-
paper offers the girls not only an opportunity
of learning in a practical way the technique of
writing for publication, but also affords prac-
tice in planning and designing the layout, in
typing copy, in editing, in pasting up a dummy,
and in proof reading. Membership on the staff
is competitive. Only after writing four publishable articles,is this privi-
lege merited by the junior journalists.
The "Cor Mariae" has received for its second successive year an a-
ward inthe Tuberculosis contest.
The editors try to present school news in "an impartial and unbiased
manner with charity toward all." . . . th d ,
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Seated: C. Szelest, editor-in-chief, B. Pidgeon, L. Caparella, N. Moylan, T. Palermo, R. A. Bongi, E. A. Tatu, J. A. Bongi, R. M
Moribello, M. Downing, E. Delahanty, J. Zaker, I. Bayerl, J. Saab.
Standing: J. Baker, C. Biondolillo, D. Szmania, M. La Nasa, S. Steigerwald, M. L. Campbell, G. Sendlak, C. Vertalino, F. Cas-
tronova, B. J. Hadyn, D, Wozniak.
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Schwab, Wilma Ruane, Barbara Wegley, Elizabeth Anne Tatu, Elizabeth Zolkiewicz, Jean Manta,
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T is the aim of the Senior Dra-
matic Group to foster a keen
appreciation of the theater in its
various aspects. Some meetings
were spent in the discussion of
plays seen on the stage, movies
or TV programs, from the stand-
point of speech, good taste and
true art. At others, the girls
were familiarized with the basic
items needed for theater make-up
and its correct application. Dur-
ing the year, at assemblies and
for special groups, they presented
several stage productions. The
senior and sophomore groups com-
bined to present scenes from the
lives of the Trapp Family Singers.
The senior group also gave "Scenes
from Alice in Wonderland," in
which the girls learned how to play
fantasy. They also did some ex-
citing workin costume and scene
design. A special "Reading Group"
presented Francis Thompson's
"The Hound of Heaven."
Elaine Salvo, Kathleen Macaluso.
First row: N. Pfoertner, B. Allard, P. O-
siecki, J. Oriss.
Second row: P. Ryan, M. Tama, R. Sottile,
N. lloppe, C. McKnight, J. Henry, K.
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E. Vertalino, M. Bell, M. Smith
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4 Club provides interested
and talented students with the
opportunity of working together
and sharing the responsibility
of play production. The mem-
bers participated in a variety
of plays. At the Christmas As-
sembly, they presented "Angel
Child" and in February, a pa-
triotic pageant featuring our
National Ballads in song, story
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Carmella Lazzaro, Grace Pepe, Ida Moscato, Joan Saeli, Mildred Timineri, Marilyn Smith.
CWC acquaint those freshmen interested in theatri-
cal work with stage procedure, to aid in the de-
velopment of poise and to help put them at ease before
large groups are the purposes of the Freshman Drama
Grou . The main project of the year was the presen
First row: B. Lesh, V. Lo Tempio.
Second row: M. Flaherty, S. Quinn, B. Kubala, P,
Brennan, F. Arcara.
Third row: M. K. Pepe, C. Jordan, G. Genco, E.
"THE KNAVE OF HEARTS"
P - M. Cilrbvrlfl, I. Ambrose, M. Fronczak
tation of "The Knave of Hearts." The freshmen have
had other opportunities of producing original skits as
the result of regular class work.
Proclaiming the decree of Augustus
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Coming to adore
Angels and shepherds
Telling the story ofthe
Bernadette becomes ill after eating the grass and mud at the spring.
fo mcg of B6Wfl6l6l76ff6
Bernadette's family visits her at the Convent at Nevers.
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X M. I. Becker, I. Ott, P. Cristina, L. Weichmann, V.
Palermo, K. Condon, E. Tryjankowski, A. Domincza
Burnes, C. Lazzaro, S. McGorray, I. King, R. M.
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Patricia Onasch, Leila Vitello, Madeline Fuchs, Rosalie Vacanti
fenzwf Aibleizb Club
First row: M, smith, E, Stefaniak, K. Gillis, T. Wlodarczak. Second
row: A, Valvo, A, Tomasulo, E. Graziano, B. Lo Vallo, K. McGorray, S.
Biniszkiewicz, J. Baker, A, Lanza. Third row: C. Stanford, M. Bochnik,
L. Stoll, N. Hoppe, A. Flynn, C. Mulholland, I. Callari.
,given to developing
healthy bodies by partici-
pation in sports outside
of gym classes. These
clubs furnish Nardin
girls with an outlet for
all excess energy and
develop in them the
ideals of real team-
work and sportsman-
ship. The year be-
gan with many live-
ly games of volley-
ball and ended with
some exciting in
the club many
to develop a
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First row: D. Doerr, G. de Leon, J. A. Bongi, W. Ruane, M. Schleicher, I. Murphy, R. A. Bongi,
Second row: J. Puleo, A. Sardina, C. Linkner, P. Benintende.
Top row: M. Coughlin.
Foreground: Anna Fabozzi.
Seated: Gloria Work, Judy Byrne, Bar-
bara Swan, Ida Callari, Geraldine de
Le6n, Josephine Puleo.
Standing: Eileen Delahanty, Delphine
Szmania, Carol De Yot-president,
Mary Gonzalez, Rose Marie Caputy,
CHE habit of thrift is in itself an edu-
cation." Its encouragement is the pur
pose of student banking. Regular savings
rather than large amounts are suggested.
The homeroom bankers entered the girls'
deposits each Tuesday and compiled an ac-
curate weekly report of their room's bank-
Seated: G. Work-chairman, D, Doerr.
Standing, first row: G. Genco, G. de Le6n, B. Pidgeon, E.
Dyte, F. Starzynski, I. King, V. L0 Tempio, E. Stefaniak,
B. Kubala, A. Lanza, I. Puleo.
Second row: C. Stanford, A. Flynn, E. Vertalino, J. Crato
CQHE Career Guidance Club
endeavors to supplement
knowledge obtained in the class-
room regarding opportunities in
the various vocational fields open
to women. Stimulating reports,
followed by discussion, present
both the advantage s and disadvan-
tages ofthe various careers. A1-
so, during the year, guest speakers
are invited to address the group.
Thus, firsthand informationis se-
cured from persons intimately ac-
quainted with the careers of their
Seated: T. Palermo, L. Caparella,
E. Fisher, M. Cala, C. Zgliczyn-
ski, F. Starzynski, N. Kulick -chair-
man, K. Macaluso.
Standing: C. Capizzi, M. A. Ma-
hiques, M. Conti, B. Schalk, M.A.
Bochnik, M. A. Regan, D. Doerr,
R. Sottile, I. Morreale, A. Flynn,
C. Szelest, M. Genco, C. Calan-
dra, P. Ryan, J. Byrne.
CHE volunteer Junior Red
Cross Organization af-
for s an opportunity to show
that we care about others and
are willing to share our bless-
ings with the less fortunate.
It makes us happy to be able to lighten the burdens of others
and to brighten the monotony of an invalid's day. As we reach
out across the world through the Red Cross, we join hands
with others in the spirit of true friendship and kindness.
Besides helping at the blood bank, our members made col-
orful favors, attractive tray covers, stuffed animals, and gift
packages to help the less fortunate.
Foreground: J. Hoffmeyer.
First row: B. Swan, O. Endres, G.
Gehl, A. Sardina, P. Benintende, M.
Coughlin, R. A. Bongi, I. A. Bongi-
Second row: S. Hobson. G. Work, I.
Castro, C. Linkner, R. Winter, T.
Doucet, I. Rollek, A. Stasinski, J.
Curcio, J. Puleo, C. Grimaldi, J.
TTENDANCE at the Summer
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School of Catholic Action
prompted some to answer the call
"to be an apostle," in a practical
way, and so the Missal Club was
formed. Each member strives
for personal sanctification,whi1e
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making herself a ready instrument
of God's work. Projects of Cath-
olic Action undertaken during the
year include: the sale of Missals,
Christmas gifts to the Boys' Home
and the Courtesy Drive.
Foreground: E. Stefaniak, N. Kulick, S. Casey, T.
Wlodarczak, I. Castro, C. Linkner, P. Papa, W.
Background: E. Salvo, M. Genco, A. Flynn, T.
Doucet, R. Winter, M. M. Wagner, J. Morreale.
PHE members in this Club are
representatives of the Scholas-
tic Legion of Decency, a co-ordinat-
ing body of western New York youths,
united to prevent bad movies. The
girls work quietly and attentivelyg
they help grade students plan cam-
paigns against immoral movies. If
the club knows that a "C" movie is
scheduled for one of the neighbor-
hood theaters, the members contact
the manager and ask to have that par-
ticular film withdrawn. All students,
however, participate in the work of
the Legion by staying away from con-
demned and partly objectionable pic-
tures and by encouraging others to do
Carolyn Linkner, Marilyn Bell, Martha Michalski, Twila Doucet,
Paula Mietus, Loretta Weber, Betty Jane Hadyn.
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L Ro sarium staii wish to thank all
who have helped to make our booze a
succ e s s .
W e are especially indebted, for
their time and advice , to Miss Helen
Doll and Miss Flor ence Smith, our ia-
culty advisors , to Mr . Albert Sillato ,
our oiiicial photographer , to Mrs .
I evvell Gates oi the Wm. J . Keller
To all our generous patrons and ad
ve rtiser s we say ahearty thank you.
W e hope our reader s will enjoy and
iind profitable our advertising
s ection .
Lastly we are grateful ior
the wholehearted support o
the student body . Without
them this second edition o
"Rosarium" would have ref
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Most Reverend Joseph A. Burke, D.D .......... Bishop of Buffalo
Most Reverend Leo R. Smith, D.D .... Auxiliary Bishop of Buffalo
Right Reverend Monsignor
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Abbott Cleaner and Tailor
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ambrose
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Amigone
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Amigone
Mr. Charles K. Baecher
Miss Martha Baecher
Miss Mary Jane Becker
and Mrs. Matthias Becker
Dr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Ray C. Biondolillo
Ralph E. Bell
and Mrs. Joseph Benintende Jr.
E. A. Biniszkiewicz
and Mrs .
Bison Electric Company
Mrs. Mary Bowen
Mr. and Mrs. James Bravo
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Britt
Buffalo Merchandise Warehouses,
Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Burnes
Miss Antoinette C. Cannizzaro
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Caputy
Mr. and Mrs. John Castro
The Catholic Store '
Mr. and Mrs. Wilburt Clawson
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cleary
Miss Julie Cleary
Dr. and Mrs. Francis Coyle
John P. Boland
Edmund J. Britt
Edward J. Rengel
Sylvester J. Hobel
James H. Daniels Company, Insurance
Mr. and Mrs. E. de Lebn
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Di Pasquale
Mrs. C. Dominiak
Miss Lorraine Dominczak
Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Downing
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Drexelius
Emile Beauty Salon
Mr. and Mrs. Norbert F. Endres
Dr. Jay I. Evans
Miss Anna Fabozzi
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Fabozzi
Miss Martha Flaherty
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce W. Flaherty
Reverend Michael Gigante, O.M.l
Very Reverend Gerald A. Quinn, S
Very Reverend Philip E. Dobson, S.J.
Very Reverend Eugene H. Selbert
Reverend James J. Redmond, S.J.
Reverend Timothy J. Ring
Mr. and Mrs. Florian F. Fronczak
Miss Marcia Fronczak
Dr. and Mrs. S. Robert Frucella
Gae-Bel Hat Shop
Dr. and Mrs. Mario C. Gian
Mr. and Mrs. James V. Genco
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gonzalez
Miss Constance Greco
Mr. and Mrs. Leonardo Greco
Dr. Jacob H. Greenberg
Miss Carol Grimaldi
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Grimaldi
Mrs. Mary Barrett Healy
Dr. and Mrs. N. C. Hoffmeyer
Mr. and Mrs. F. Kaitanowski
Mr. R. Kaitanowski
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kantowski
G.A. Kayser and Sons
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kubiszyn
Mr. and Mrs. John La Duca
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lazzaro
Le Cercle Francais
Miss Barbara Lesh
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lesh
Mrs. George Lew
Miss Joan Lew
Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Linch
Miss Helen Ann Linch
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lochocki
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Loiacono
Miss Rita A. Longo
Lynett and Son Funeral Home
Carol and Joseph Mahiques
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mahiques
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marts
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mauro
Meyer Equipment Company, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Miceli
Miss Jean Miceli
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mietus
Mrs William Moylan
Mr. and Mrs. William Mulholland
The Nardin Alumnae Association
Mrs. Lenora Onasch
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Oriss
Miss Judith Oriss
Mr. and Mrs. Otto G. Ott
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Pacer
Miss Bertha Palermo
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Palermo
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Panaro
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Panaro
Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse P. Pepe
Mrs. Louis A.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pidgeon
Miss Judy Racsumberger
Mrs. Viola Racsumberger
Miss Gayle Ray
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ray
Miss Ann Reinartz
Mr. and Mrs. John Reinartz
Dr. and Mrs. Ricardo Ramirez
Russell's Bowling Alleys
Max F. Rutecki, Funeral Home
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Ryan
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Saab
Miss Elaine Salvo
and Mrs. Salvatore C. Salvo
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schleicher
Mr. and Mrs. L. Schneider
Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Simon
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Sittniewskr
Miss Sally Slazyk
Mrs. T. Slazyk
Mr. Leo W. Stall
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Stefaniak
Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Steigerwald
Mr . James Stewart
Dr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Straubinger
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Switala
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Szelest
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Tatu
Mr. and Mrs. William Ackley
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albrecht
Mrs. Fred J. Allard
Miss Joanne Ambrose
Mr. and Mrs. R. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Anselmo
Lewis F. Armstrong
George S. Bain
Mrs. John H. Baker, Jr.
Mr. S.E. Balthasar
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Battaglia
Miss Sally Battaglia
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Becker
Miss Marilyn A. Bell
Miss Joanna Bellanti
Miss Libby Bellitter
Mr. 8. Mrs. G. Bennett
Mr. John Bihr
Mr. and Mrs. S. Bongi
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brodzinski
Mr. and Mrs. Brunon V.
Mr. Anthony P. Brzoska
Mr. and Mrs. Walter V.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene V.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E.
Mr. Hyman Burstein
Miss Cheryl Byrne
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Byrne
Miss Judy Byrne
Mr. James Cala
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Calandra
Mrs. Clara Caldrell
Mr. 8. Mrs. J. Callari
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Campbell
Mr. Don Cannizzaro
Miss Mary Cansdale
Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Capizzi
Miss Mary R. Caputo
Mr. George W. Carroll
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Casey
Miss Margaret Mary Casey
Miss Mary Claire Casey
Miss Josephine Castro
Mr. and Mrs. John Valvo
Mr. and Mrs. A. Vitello
Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Weglikowski
Mr. and Mrs. A. Castronova
Mrs. Florence De James Catalano
Miss Rose Catalano
Miss Geraldine Caul
Mr. and Mrs. Michel Cavaretta
Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Cetola
Miss Ruth Chapin
Chickie and Julie
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ciali
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cianciosi
Miss Bernadine Ciccia
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cioppa
Mr. Joseph Cioppa, Jr.
Miss Marie Cioppa
Miss Virginia Cioppa
Miss Janet Conley
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Connolly
Mr. and Mrs. J. Conti
"Corky" and Paula
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Coughlin
Mrs. Ann Cresswell
Mr. 8- Mrs. Jerome A. Cristina
Mrs. Mary B. Cristina
Mr. and Mrs. A. Czuczelowicz
Mr. C. E. Dean
Mr. Vincent De Carlo
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deinhart
Miss Eleanor R. De James
Miss Geraldine de Ledn
Mrs. Richard J. Denske
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Felice Di Re
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Dittman
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dollman
Dolly and Dan ,
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dominczak
Mr. and Mrs. James Donohue
Dudley G. Doucet U.S.N.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Doucet
Miss Linda Ann Doucet
Mr. 8. Mrs. Lionel J. Doucet
Miss Twila Eileen Doucet
Albert H. Downing Jr.
Miss Gloria Drake
Miss Jeanne Drexelius
Mr. and Mrs. John Wlodarczak
Mrs. Henry J. and Janet Ziegler
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dymny
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Edmonds
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Engler
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Fasciana
Mr. Angelo Fetto
Mrs. Amelia Fitter
Miss Barbara M. Fleming
Mr. Dominic Floriano
Mr. Frank Floriano
Misses Mary and Alice Freitas
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Frey
Miss Virginia Friel
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuchs
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gaglione
Gamma Epsilon Sorority
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gehl
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Giangreco
Mr. and Mrs. Simon J. Gillis
Girls from Hens 8. Kelly Dept. 33
Girls from Hens 8. Kelly Dept. 45
Mr. and Mrs. William Gminski
Miss Geraldine Golba
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Golba
Miss Arlene Golombek
Miss Ruth Gortzig
Mrs. Catherine Granata
Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Graziano
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gray
Miss Loretta M. Greenough
Mrs. Brenda L. Grieser
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Grochol
Mrs. Marie Haberly
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hacker
Miss Joan Hacker
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Hadynka
Miss Barbara Ann Haley
Miss Patricia Halpin
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Harla
Mr. Andy Heba
Miss Kathleen Hedley
Miss Marion Heigl
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henry
Miss Marie E. Higgins
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hobson
Mrs. Velma Marie Holt
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hooker
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoppe
Miss Carol Hoppe
Miss Florence Hoppe
Miss Nancy Hoppe
Mr. and Mrs. A. lndelicatl
Mr. and Mrs. Michael lngrando
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Jezewski
Miss Kathleen Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Kazmierczak
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kirby
Mr. George Kollboeck
Miss Mary Kopec
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Korzelius
Ray and Bill Korzelius
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Korzelius
Joan and John Koston
Mr. Joseph Kowel
Mr. and Mrs. Casimir Kresse
Mr. Robert G. Krieger U.S.N.
Miss Janice Kubiszyn
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kulick
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kuznear
Miss Rosalie La Duca
Dr. and Mrs.
M. La Nasa
S. La Nasa
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lanza.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Lapczenski
Mr. and Mrs. George Lavid
Mr . and Mrs .
William B. Lawless Jr
Mr. and Mrs. F. Leonard
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller
Mr. Joseph S. Modica
Dr. and Mrs. Herman Mogavero
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Monohan
Miss Theresa Montemarano
Mrs. Harry W. Mooney
Jean E. Moscicki
Pfc. Wm. Mulholland
Mrs. Frances S. Murphy
Miss Monica Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. T. Murtha
Mr. Dick McGorray
Mr. and Mrs. John J. McGorray
Miss Katherine McGorray
Miss Mary Jane McGorray
Miss Patricia McGorray
Mr. and Mrs. W. McHenry
Mr. John McKnight
Dennis and James McNerney
Mr. and Mrs. M. Nagalski
Mr. and Mrs. W. Napierski
Miss Mary Nicastro
Mr. Clarence G. Nichols
Mrs. Frank Nowak
Miss Maria Josephine Ortolani
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Palczynski
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Palermo
Mr. and Mrs. August Palmisano
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pomona
Miss Mary Lou Panaro
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Panaro
Mr. Pat Panaro
Mr. and Mrs. A. Parisi
Mrs. Lillian Parlato
Mr. Frank W. Parlato
Miss Jacqueline Leonard
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Liberathore
Miss Anna Ligotti
Mr. and Mrs. John Liszka
Rev. Raymond Liszka
Miss Mary Ann Lochocki
Miss Elaine Loiacono
Mr. Carl Lo Manto
Miss Frances Lo Pinto
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lorenzo
Mr. and Mrs. Albert LoTempio
Miss Marie LoTempio
Miss Marie Patano
Mrs. A. Pawlowski
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pecoraro
Miss Ann Marie Pepe
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Miss Joan M
Mr. and Mrs
. Anthony Pepe
. Sam Petix
. Alfred H. Pfoertner
Miss Nancy L. Pfoertner
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Pfohl
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pietraszek
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lo Vallo
Mr. and Mrs.
Norbert V. Lynch
Miss Mary L. Macaluso
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Macaluso, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mascari
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mascari
Mr. and Mrs. John Mathias
Mr. and Mrs. AnthonyJ. Mazilla
Miss Marion E. Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Middione
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Milazzo
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Polanski
Miss Mary Pomana
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Powalski
Mrs. Louis M. Privitera
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Puleo
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Radice
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Raidy
Mr. Angelo S. Ralabate
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Rataiczak
Miss Sylvia Rataiczak
Mr. and Mrs. John Regan, Sr.
John Regan, Jr.
Miss Marie Regan
Miss Mary Ann Regan
Miss Virginia Reis
Rich and Sybil
Drs. Vea and Henry Riegler
Mr. and Mrs. Albin Rollek
Miss Joan Rollek
Miss Denise Ruane
Mr. Thomas Runfola
Miss Theresa M. Ryba
Mr. Joseph S. Ryer
Miss Marie Salerno
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Salvo
Miss Hanna Samuels
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sarcona
Miss Lucille Sardella
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sardina
Mr. Sam Scaduto
Mrs. Marie Vastola Schaedel
Mrs. Alice M. Schafer
Dr. and Mrs. Harold G. Scheffler
Mr. A. Schemki
Miss Marilyn Schleicher
Miss Ann Marie Schmitt
Miss Joyce Schmitt
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scholz
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schrag
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Schuder
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Schultz
Mrs. Rose Schwab
Mrs. Grace Schwedt
Dr. Charles Scibetta
Mr. John Scime q
Mr. and Mrs. Matthias C. Seidel
Mr. Edward F. Shay
Mr. Sam Simone
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siracuse
Mr. J. J. Siracuse
Mr. Ray Sloan
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Smith
Mrs. Kenneth F. Smith
Miss Sheila Smith
Miss Rosalie F. Sottile
Mr.' and Mrs. John Sperrazza
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sperrazza
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Starzynski
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Stasinski
Elaine and Dennis Stefaniak
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Struzyk
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Sundberg
Mr. Gregory Szamatula
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Szelagowski
Miss Alice Szymakowski
Tau Zeta Tau Fraternity
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Testa
Miss Sharon Thomas
Mrs. Carmela Timineri
Buffalo 2l, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Tomasulo
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Torre
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trippi
Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius Tryionkowski
Mr. and Mrs. Casper C. Urban
. Charles Valenti
Miss Caryl Vertalino
Mrs. Jennie Vertalino
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wargin
Mr. Thomas M. Waters
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Watson
Miss Celeste Weitz
Miss Caroline D. Weppner
A Mr. Michael Werner
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. White
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wiechec
Miss Sylvia Wiechec
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wieczkwoslci
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Wiesman Mrs. Robert M. WOM' Sr.
Mr' and Mrs' F' Wlnlewicz Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wozniak
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Wolf Miss Josephine Woznick
MF. Gnd Mrs. FI'6dfiCl4 W. Wolf, JT. Mr and Mrs. H. Zokrzewski
Rev' Hugh K' Wolf Miss Alice Zasada
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Zgliczynski
Miss Jean Ziobro
Miss Katherine Ziobro
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Zolkiewicz
Miss Carol Zuppa
MORlBELlO'S TEXACO SERVICE
Niagara and Lafayette Avenue
Buffalo, N. Y. GRant 9632
Senior president meets Mrs. Trapp
At the close of the retreat
Key to Senior Baby Pictures
Olivia Endres 20, Anna Fabozzi
Gloria Work 21, Carolyn Linkner
' Camille Zgliczynski ZZ, Elaine Salvo
1 Sheila Hobson 2.3, Jo Ann and Rose Ann Bongi
Carol Schrag 24 Mary Cala
45 Mary and Nancy 25 Antoinette Lanza
Q' Cannizzaro 26, Noreen Moylan
5 AVA, :E Barbara Wegley 27, Carol Vertalino
Q' ff Elizabeth Anne Tatu 28, Mary Ann De James
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I 3 2 ,-:in Ruth Winter 29, Margaret Downing
Qi W. 'u 1 Teresa Schwab 30, Joan Lew
Q Suzanne Casey 31, Josephine Castro
3.1, A as Barbara Swan 32, Ida Callari
n 'Q 13 Florence Starzynski 33 Marie Genco
14 Joyce Murphy 34 Kathleen Macaluso
1 15, Twila Doucet 35 Theresa Palermo
A 16, Christine Szelest 36 Josephine Puleo
ku ww 17, Carol De Yot 37, Paula Pimigone '
xi 18, Mary Spagnuolo 38, Geraldine de Leon
f"'3.isfg3fZ5'5"'-1' 19, Elaine Fisher 39, Wilma Ruane
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East Buffalo News Trubune
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A Fully Accredited Liberal Arts College for Women
Courses Leading to
Bachelor of Arts Degree
Bachelor of Science Degree
Conducted by Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart
DESIGNATED STUDIOS INC
713 Brisbane Bldg
Buffalo, New York
Guests of honor at the Career Guxdance Tea
Sincere CONGRATULATIONS to the
Class of 1954
Young Ladies Sodality of
Corpus Christi Church
Rev DamelBalceralc O F M - Moderator
Florence Starzynski - Prefect
Mildred Owczarzak - Vice-Prefect
Marie Rozek - Secretary
Rita Jung - Treasurer
Dist. of G. E. Textolite
Dial - smley 5240
"Labour of love"
AMELIA M. MORAN
754 Main Street
Somebody "goofed"! Buffalo 21 N - Y-
Off ace Garage
THOS J DOWNING
And the mute sxlence
EDWARD J CARBONE
365 Swan Sf Buffalo 4 N Y
Cqll WA 6135 6 7 General Insurance
C ofC Bunldung MA 4468
Share and share ahke
S T E L L A T A M A
Fruit and Vegetable Stand
HOLY ANGELS ACADEMY
Compliments of . . .
KRESGE FIVE AND TEN
IOO Grant Street Cheerful bell ringers!
Beverages Club Mixers
84 Pine Ridge Road
Buffalo ll, N.Y.
Watch those calories! FA , 21 51
It's his turn to pose.
The Graduating Class
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COLONIAL IRON WORKS
Mrsc Iron and Steel
125 131 Mohacan St
Off Fnllmore at Delavan
Buffalo II N Y
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A perfect shot
F Scherer 8. Sons Inc
Fnne Furniture Rugs
118 126 E Genesee St
Buffalo 3 N Y
Joseph Palanker 8- Sons
80 West Genesee 155 Ffunklln
Opposrte Hotel Statler
FE LTON S FLOWERS
Grant Street at Hampshnre
Our Only Locatlon
vlc APPLIANCES Phone L' N7
313 West Fe,-ry Sf Specrallst for Weddmg 81 Graduation Photographs
of Gwnf LOFFREDO sruolo
Modermstuc Portrants of Merut
COPIES, REPRODUCTIONS AND OIL PAINTING I
Buffalo 13, New Yofk I. B. Gennaci, New York Artist
Phone WAshington 9368 A 8111's best friend
559 Mum sf. Buffalo, N.Y A 'oy dog
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Wa. 1805 G. E. Appliances
516 Rhode Island St.
Phone TA. 6032 Call and Deliver
JUNIOR A. IX
EAST DE LAVAN CLEANERS
1382 E. Delavan Cor. Hazelwood Ave. "From rags to riches"
Buffalo 15, N. Y. A
"Everything for the Home" I
DI PASQUALE FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE
I from the
779 Elmwood Avenue
--SU. 7644..- ROSARIZJFM STAFF
G I F T s F o R 1953
EVERY OCCASION "Oh,forthewingx
of an angel!"
Call us for any Drug Store need
916 Elmwood Avenue
Prescriptions called for and delivered
Phone UN. 1441
MODERN BEAUTY SHOPPE
A BEAUTY AID FOR EVERY NEED
3173 Main Street
Buffalo 14, N.Y.
MAIN PLUMBING 8- HEATING COMPANY
Kitchen Steel Cabinets
3110 Main St.
Buffalo 14, N. Y.
-- Prescription Chemists --
1540 Main at West Ferry
4000 N .
MORRIS AND REIMANN
Bailey Ave. Buffalo 14, N.Y. if
JOE MASCARI'S FOOD MARKET
914 Elmwood Avenue
TA. 1974 Res. BA. 2798
A. FUCHS' GARAGE
Collision Work and Painting
602 E. Delavan Ave. Residence
Buffalo 11, N. Y. 195 Ericson St.
DUCH BUILDING SUPPLIES CO.
4I0 Memorial Drive HU. 3414 I, .
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
Leland Lee 164 Hermitage Road
Rochester, New York
MR. 8. MRS. JOSEPH LO TEMPIO
T Service - Integrity -
J. P. SANDS HEATING COMPANY
754 Elmwood Avenue
Quality Heating Systems Air Conditi
RICHARD'S GULF SERVICE
V Auto Repairing
Phone: HU 9739 l345 E. Delavan
288 Massachusetts Ave. Buffalo I3
A M BAKER 8- SON
Roofing 8- Siding Contractor
Call us for an Estimate
M. D. King
Fresh Vegetables - Grocer
JOHN KASPRZAK 8. SONS
I49 Weston AVG- Gt
Buffalo, New York
497 Amherst Street
Buffalo, New York
Mr. 8- Mrs. Kowalkowski
Advertised Furniture and Appliances
845 Ellicott Sq. Bldg.
MCKENDRY FUNERAL HOME
Buffalo I4, New York
Street PA 1202
Phone AMherst 3693
RISON FURNITURE CO
3lOO-02 Nlain Street
Buffalo I4, N. Y.
Nationally Grand Rapids
MO . 9747
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In the good old summertime
Flowers For Every Occaslon
G A N F E R Y
318 West Ferry Street
SU 6818 SU 6819
Res EL 7397
D O D M N 1
MEATS AND POULTRY
Restaurants Hospitals lndustrlal Cafeterlas
67 69 Clmton Street
Txs the season to be Jolly.
Lackawanna N Y
PE TER POMANA
Lessons by Appointment BAi1ey 5190
A R T K U B E R A
910 Fillmore Avenue Buffalo 11, N- Y
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Buffalo 2l, N. Y.
It s fun to mxmeograph a program"?
Buffalo, N. Y
2250 Mann St
LAURENCE P PAUL
Buffalo New York
Success to Nardm and nts graduates
nn all their undertakmgs
Mrs J Bayerl and Inez
1234 Abbott Road I dldn t do ul
Qudllfy Meats Fresh Killed Poultry
Wholesale and Retail
Chapel mlm 1359 Jefferson Ave
Near Glenwood GA.-held 5081
On route to
the S S C A
LAND O LAKES
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W111 you look at that!
F R I E N D
Diamonds Watches Sl lverware Appl lances
Louis J Dlspenza
Buffalo s Outstanding
Personal Jeweler and Duamond Merchant
Brunswick Bowling Balls 326 Niagara St
Bags and Shoes Cl 4843
James B. Grover
ELMWOOD COFFEE SHOP
"Get a pumpkm
Puh lease, don't shake' bmde,-6113 "
708 Elmwood Avenue
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Original -:- Reliable B A K E R' S
KUHN'S MONUMENTS Kew Bee Dry Cleaners
"The only product on earth-guaranteed forever"
Est. l890-most modern today
2463 Delaware Avenue
2398 Genesee St. Pine Hill ' We Deliver
Push that bell, quxck!
"Let's have a party, "
AFTER THE SHOW
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THE PARK LANE RESTAURANT '
l055 Genesee St.
Buffalo ll, N. Y.
Cheekfowaga, New York
CLEVELAND DRIVE NURSERIES,lNC.
87 Cleveland Drive fAt Circlel
ETTA GOSS BEAUTY SALON
El . 6634 503 Delaware Avenue K
Buffalo 2, N.Y.
Wa . 0605-6615
DREYER'S FLOWER SHOP
Light as a feather M3Y'fim9
664-666 Broadway Buffalo, N. Y.
LEONARDO S RESTAURANTS + -
Phone BA 3936
B A W Consfruchon Co Inc
General Contractors 8m Builders
84 Colorado St
Buffalo, N Y
Try Our Home Made Polush Sausage
XAVIER S MEATS
Beef Pork Lamb Vea
20 Broadway Market Phone HU 0620
Do we have to go Mxss Murphy
H SEEBERG INC
121 GENESEE STREET
BUFFALO 3 N Y
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NARDIN MOTHERS COUNCIL
Mr 8 Mrs Daniel De James
N K N E R S M
WHOLESALE 8. RETAIL
Black Rock Market
Umm' Thxs is good!
COLEY S DAIRY
220 Parkdale Ave
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Sidewalks -:- Driveways
Buffalo, N. Y.
II "The smiles that win"
' SHEEHAN-MOTOR SALES
I675 South Park Avenue FA. 2222
Prize winners at Freshman Initiation
Phones Night Phones
Cleveland-Il99:65I0 ELmwood 0363
NATIONAL FIRE ADJUSTMENT CO.
Licensed Adiusters of Fire Losses
For the Assured
402 Morgan Bldg.
BERNARD J. PAPA, Gen'l Manager Buffalo, N. Y.
N I C K ' S
PARKING 8I SERVICE STATION
Buffalo, N. Y.
Corner South Elmwood
"It's Howdy Doody time" Mohawk Streets
KUBALA FURNITURE STORES INC
1502 Broadway 315 Amherst
TA 4015 Rl 834 The sun shmes bnght
Cokes are scarce
EDWARD E KILLINGER
Plumbing Heating and Onl Burner Contractor
295 Oak Street
Buffalo 3 N Y
12 Lanes 10 Tables
414 Connecticut Street Elmwood 9896
Pepsi-cola hits the spot!
Oh , for a pin!
C O M P L I M E N T S
C. A. BARONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
MARTIN M MDSCATO
BUFFALO S LEADING SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE AGENCY
Lncensed N B S I Bon ed
Civil Criminal Industrial All Types Investigations
Expert Shadowlng Lle Detector Tests Repossesslons
Mlssmg Persons Secret Recordings Motion Plctures
Uniformed Armed, Deputlzecl Guards Watchmen for Plants
Shortages, Larceny Complete Plant Secunty
Armed, Uniformed Pruvate Polnceman check Inside and or
outside of your premlses by punchmg time clock Inside of
plants warehouses, busmesses and homes from I0 P M to
6 A M daily at dufferent Intervals Save expense of full
tame watchmen and receive maximum protection
Umformed Armed for Dances, Parties and other promoted
events Male and Female Police
NATIONAL BUREAU OF
350 Mann St CI 1530 531
Buffalo 2, N. Y 24 Hour Operatnon
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Warehouses, etc., Undercover Agents to Investigate Pilferage,
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Renewal of Enthronement of the Sacred Heart
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Shipping clothing to the Indian missions
Ccziholzb Aclzbn in Aaizbn
Preparing gifts for Christ's poor
Father at the Boys' Home receives
the students' gifts.
Open Evemngs and Sundays After Hours GArfleId 9196
Samuel T Arngo Evelyn R Slnclanr
COMPLETE FLOWER SERVICE
284 286 W Uhca Street NEAR Elmwood Buffalo 22 New York
New Homes bull? to your SPBCILICGLIOHS
BONA REALTY CO
277 Delaware Ave
Buffalo New York
Excrhng homes llsfed wnfh us for sale
Suburban and all sechons of city
To Enloy L fe
MERCHANTS MUTUAL CASUALTY COMPANY
Buffalo N Y
C W Brown President
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The gala Junior-Senior Banquet
5 -sus - 5
the Mad Hat'ter's
The Y Senior Mother-Daughter Luncheon
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A , Commmcemem'
First row: A, Fabozzi, S. Casey. J. Puleo, E. A. Tatu, Very Reverend Monsignor Eugene H. Selbert, Reverend Iohn B. O'Mai1cy, N.
Cannizzaro, A. Lanza, R. M. Caputy, M. A. De James.
Second row: B. Wegley, C. Torre, E. Fisher, F. Starzynski, C. Schrag, B. Swan, I. Castro, I. Callari, M. Spagnuolo, M. Cannizzaro.
Third row: K. Macaluso, E. Salvo, T. Palermo, G. Work, O. Endres, M. Downing, J. Lew, M. Gonzalez, N. Kulick, P. Amigone,
M. Cala, M. Genco, C. Stanford, G. de Leon.
Fourth row: T. Schwab, C. Zgliczynski, N. Moylan, R. A. Bongi, R. Winter, C. Szelest, W. Ruane, J. Murphy, C. A. Dc Yot, T.
Doucet, C. Linkner, J. A. Bongi, C. Vertalino, R. M. Moribello, S. Hobson.
THE SENIDR CLASS
wish to thank all who have helped us in our yearbook project
"Your bounty is beyond our speakingg
But though our mouths be dumb, our
hearts shall thank you,"
"GOD BLESS YOU."
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