Newton College of the Sacred Heart - The Well Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1953

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I'in'-l':'e.s1'f1er1l: .-Kuala ,ANN fJ,BRIliN, Tre11.mrm'. Catholic Action 2, 3: Choir lj Glec Club 1. 2. 1 6 ALDEN PLACE. gargarca aww ergzfn BRONXVILLE, NEW YORK URSLTLINI41 AcAm1Mx' 011' NEW IQOCHIQLLE THE MAJOR: Sociology - MINOR: HisLo1'y Lifzfs ll plvnsulzt iz1.s'l1'iz1t1'm1, Let Il.S' iulu' il as it fonzes. -XV. S. Gum z 3 BEVERLY RO.-XI Czuluzlic Action 2. 3: Choir 1: Glce Clluh 1, 2, 3. .1-l'rc-sidcnt Hockcy Tcum 2. 3. S 1? .fgofefaije Hagan ew? 3, YVEST ORANGE, NEYV JERSEY CoNv1aN'r OIF 'rule Sfxczman I-In-xR'1', GIu21zNwlc:H, CoNNEc1Tlc:UT MAJOR: Philosophy - MINOR: English TM' mqzzfrizzg of rzzllure is ilu' l1l'1'l'IUI7I.lIg of fill avid llllllgfl' fm' fHIUZUII'l1g'C' mul In'r111!Y. -Jussu L1i1-i BENN12Tr 3, 4: Newloncs 3, 4: Philosophy Club 3: Combined I.2lllgll1lgC Cilulms ,II Dcun's List 5 lil1lC'S Maryville College 1: C11 Action 3: I.R.C. 2, 3. tholic .QZMLAQZQ 6!8 mlflflfl, CLAy IURST, VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA 6907 HAYVENI- Do IXIINICAN CONVENT, SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA MAJOR: History - MINOR: Sociology hulv Q'6'IIt'l'U1l.Y is the truly wise. The ' 1 K -KIUHN Howx Q.. f 3 ii? XX MXN! 5 g,,,,ft.,::, Q .. f fr- ,AfmSN.. Catholic Action 1, 31 Missions 2. 31 Interracial ig Wheat and Cockle Staff 3. 4: French Club 25 Dean's List 4 limes. pafricia Caffaftan ale 350 CHESTNUT STREET, YVEST NEYVTON, MASSACHUSETTS CONVENT or 'rHE SACRED HEART, NEXVTON, MAssACHUsETrs MAJOR: English Literature - MINOR: Contemporary English Literature Tim! ll7I'I1fSfl'l' of IIIIilliStf'l'S. Illlllgfllflflifill. gntlzrrs up Thr 1IlIdI'Sf'0'l'f'l't'd llIIl'UC'l'SC, Likf' jmurls in a jasper Cup. -Joi-IN DAVIDSON Catholic Action 31 Glee Club 1: Dramatic Club 2, 4: Combined M Language Clubs 4. ,, SX X ,JZ SQJ Fix owcwa ffm owowcmlf Je 6 AVON STREET, NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS XNALNUT H1LL Sci-1oo1,, NATICK, lXIAssAc:HU5ETTs MAJOR: Spanish - MINOR: Social Sciences She doelh little fcindnessvs Which most leave znzdmzc, or despise. -AIABIES IRUSSELL LOXVELL Catholic Action 2, 31 Choir 2, Glee Cluh 1: Freshman Forum: I.R.C. 2, 3, 4-Secretary 2. Treas- urer 3: Yeairlaook-Editor-in- Chief 212 Freucli Club 1. 2, 3- Sccretziry 2, Vice-Presitlcnt 32 IJcnn's List 5 times: Deun's Honor List twice. gargara lfLlfL Cymgof Je up CHRYSLER AVENUE, OTTAVVA, ONTARIO, CANADA CoNvi:N'r OF TH12 SACR1-in HlifXRT, SAULT-AU-RIQCOLLET, CANADA MAJOR: Philosophy - MINOR: English fVlVl'IIf l1IOIlQ'1Il.Y, lilu' grful dzfrds, nerd Xu lrlzmjlwl. -P. -I. BAILIQY Catholic Action 3: Interracial 2. 3: I.R.C. 3: French Club 31 Dcnn's List once. .Ann Wane Huffman ofa 68 LOUDERS LANE, JAMAICA PLAIN, MASSACHUSETTS GIRLS' LATIN Sc:nooL, BOSTON, IYIASSACHUSETTS MA-IOR: History - MINOR: French T116 110111651 11111161 1116 best IOIIIUIIUIIFIII 11115. SP1-1NSLR Class President i, 2, 3, 4-Student Government 1, 2, 3,4-President 42 Social Committee 4: Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 21 Dramatic Club 3, 4: Freshman Forum-Chairman. race cwlfw CML? ofa "LL-X FALEH, RIDGEFIELD, CONNECTICUT Coxvia M.-X-IOR: English - MINOR: History I nm ns ronslmli as ilu' zmrllmrn star, Of zulzoxe true Hxfd and rwsling qzmlily Timm' is rm ffllow in the fl'l'II'lIl7IIU?lI'. Ni' Ol-' 'mia SACRED I'IliART, CR1z1aNw1cH, CoNNEcT1c:UT -Snfnuzsi-EARE Catholic Action 1, 2, 32 I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4-Vice-President 41 Yearbook-Assistant Art Editor 42 French Club 1, 21 Combined Language Clubs 42 President Italian Club 4. 8lf'0L 6!0L 6fLlfLA6L 5481010 AVENIDA ANGELICA 580, SAO PAOLO, BRAZIL CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART, IVIICNLO PARK, CALIFORNIA MAJOR: History - MINOR: Modern Languages Vlll'I'6fjl'S HIC very spice of life Tlmt gives if all its flavor. COIVPER ,L , rg ,,,, . -w. I X S I 0 Catholic Action I. 2. 3. 4: Choir I, 4: Liturgical Choir 4: Glen Club 1: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Yearbook-Literury Editor 4: Hockey Team 1, 2. 5 een may leafy Je 4 HUDSON RIVER ROAD, RIVERDALE, NEYV YORK CoNvuN'1' or 'run SACRED Hufurr, GREENXVICH, CONNECTICUT MAJOR: English - MINOR: Ari Hn' air. lim' IIIIIIIIIIW-Y. 1111 who .SHZU lldllllilffl. -CR.-XBBE Catholic Action 1, 3: 2Q Choir 21 Glee Club Missions 2010111 loo 121511111111 if 11 W1 1201 ELMINOOD AVENUE, YVILMETTE, ILLINOIS CONVILNT or THE SACRED HEfXRT, LARE FOREST, ILLINOIS MAJOR: Sociology - MINOR: History I 11111110 the 2IZU.Yf of 1111 tim! l'0Il7l'S, And flu' least of all fllllf gums. SARA VIIEASDALI' U Class Secretary 3, 4: Social Com- mittee 3, 42 Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4- President 4: Yearbook Staff 4: French Club 1, 21 Dean's List 6 times. .Ann Olhvaide ibofan cafe IO CLYDE STREET, NEWTONVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS CONVENT or THE SACRED HEART, NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS MAJOR: History - MINOR: French The part was aptly Dttcfd and naturally performed. -SHAKESPEARE Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 4: Inter- racial 2: C-lee Club 1, 3, 43 Science Club 2, 3, 4-Vice-Presh dent 4: Intercollegiate Chemical Society Delegate 3. 4: Inter- collegiate Mathematics Society , 3 Dean's List ' times. 1 erafcfine ary ,JMAW ofa 1811 CENTRE STREET, INVEST ROXBURY, h'I,-XSSACHUSETTS GIRLS' LATIN SCHOOL, Bos'roN, MAssAc:11L15r'r'1's MAJOR: Matllematics f MINOR: Physics Power resis in Imnqzlillify. CECIL C1llllOliC.'xCli0Il 1, 2. 3-Secretary 3: Missions 1: Choir I: Glcc Club 1, 21 I.R.C. 3, .11 Dcnn's Lisl 3 lilllCS1 Hockey Team 1, 0 3. .13 Basketball Team 1. lfLlfL on fan . e . 175 BIARSH STREET, BELRIONFI1, BI.-XSS,-XCHUSEPIMIS CoNv1:N'1' O1-' '1'1f11c S,xc:R121J HEAIi'lx, PIEXVTON, M,xssAC1111sE'1'1's MAJOR: P11ilosopl1y - MINOR: History lI'1'll1 wit zuvll-1111i111'1'cI, and with books uw!! brwl -POPE Calholic Action 1, 2. 3: Missions 2: Inte1'x'z1ciz1l 2, 31 Frcslimzm Forum: I.R.C. 2. 3: Demfs List once. gargara lflflflf ofa 40 DYVINNELL STREET, GIRLS' LATIN SCHOOL, B MAJOR: H islm' Siu' is 1 71 1' VVEST ROXBURY, MAS y - MINOR: Education um' of all !'OIIVI'FSY. SACHI ISETTS OSTON, M ASSACH USETTS -C1-1AUc:icR 80LlfLlfL8 aria Muir! 1980 CONINIONYVE:XL'l'H AVENUE, BRIGHTON, NIA Class Vice-President 2, 3, 4: Student Government 2, 3, 4- Vice-President 4: Catholic Ac- tion 1. 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Hockey Team 1, 2, 3. 4: Basket- ball Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Athletic Association-Secretary 2. Treas- urer 3. President 4. Je SSACHUSETTS CZoNvENT or 'mia SACRED HEART, NEXN"l'ON, NIASSACI-IUSE'l'l'S MAJOR: Economics and Sociology - MINOR: History Coon' .w'1151', 'llllllifll is 1116 only gif! of Hvzlrfvlz, 5 .Jud fllllllgll no St'Iil'lIt't', fairly worth tllz' sezffrz -POPE Catholic Action 1, 2. 3. 4-X1ce- Prcsidcm 4: Missions 1, 2: In- lcrrncizil I. 2, 3: Dlillllilllf Club 2: Freshman Forum: l.R.C. 3. 7 CAWMQ JAC ey ERTON ROAD, MILTON, MASS.-XCHUSETTS 54 ALL -IIZANNF D'.-Xiu: Acmimmiy. Mugrox, AIASS.-XLll'lUSE'l"I'S INIAJOR: Sociology - MINOR: English 'Tunis her tlzinlcizzg of ollzvrs nmrlc you Ifllhllff of lzvr. E. B, BROXVNING Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 4. .xggce 19 africia iggim Je 963 CENTRE STREET, NEVVTON CENTRE, MASSACHUSETTS SACRED HEAR1' HIGH SCHOOL, NEWTON, IVIASSACHUSETTS MAJOR: English - MINOR: Education P0liI1'11z's.w is ns nnlzzrnl lu drlimif' lIflfllVl'.Y ns flffflllllf' is to flowers. -DE FINOD Catholic Action 2. 3: Missions 31 Interracial 2, 3, 4-Vice- President President 4: Choir 2. 3, 4: Liturgical Choir 4: H Dramatic Chili 2. 3, 4-Trcns- urer 3, Vice-l'residel1t 4: Wheat and Cockle 3, 4: N.E.C.S.l'.F. 3, 4: Dean's List 4 limes: De:in's Honor List once. fyliyfgd gfaine ,kfofar 5 HART STREET, KINGSTON, -I.-XMAIC.-X, B.X"V.I. CONVENT OF RIERCIY .'Xc:A11icMY, ALPHA, lIAMA1c:,x, B.XV.I. MAJOR: English Literature - MINOR: Latin The lrzm, .ylrmzg and .wand nzizzrl is flu' mind ilmt mn l'IlIIH'!Il'l' FQIIIIH4' gwfll llzingxv and slnnll. gS,xxIinzL Im-iNsoN iv? X x Class Vice-President lj Student Government lj Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club I: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Freshman Fortun- Vice-Clmirmang Hockey Team rg: Basketball Team 1, 2, 3. 4: Athletic Associution-Vice-Pres? dent 4. VLVL8 olfaide Hurd? 37 FRESH POND L.-XNE, CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS KILANNE D'ARc: Ac:A1m1f1xlY, RIILTON, lxfl-XSSACHUSETTS MAJOR: Social Science - MINOR: History II is gum! To If'11gl11c'11 in Illc' Ins! Il XIIIIIIB' mn -J nd. ,mugs RUSSIELL LOWLLL Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 43 Mis- sions 1: Glee Club 1, 2: Year' book Slalf 4: Hockey Team 1 21 Basketball Terun 1. 44 LO NO1'RE DAME ACA1i1cx1Y, RC,7Xl5l1RX', RFK?-.1w , V . 9 ' 1 , 41 , fm- ., ff .mf 11924. - ' fl A -fwl. " 1 .49 'F-411 Z?6Ll"A0'Ll"6'L 6LlfLlf'88lfL 1 NIASSQXCH U SETTS CHSTEAD AVENUE, A1,m1A1c1A PLAIN, 1 MAJOR: HiQtm'y - MINOR: Education A 1lr1ppVy 511111 111111 1111 I114' zuny To 111211111111 1111111 tl SIIIIIIIIFIJS day. MAssAc:HUs1z1"1's 1111111111411 Ckfxsl-IAW my Woe! Jane Sociul Committee 3, 4,-Cllllilu man 4: Catholic Aclion 1, 2, 3: Interracial 1: Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Chziirmzln C.Q.C. 32 Science Cluh 2: Hockey Team 1, 2, 3. 5 HUTCHINSON AVENUE, SCARSDALE, NEXN YORK f xH, CoNN12c:TIcUT CONVICNT oi-' Tl-IE SAc:R1au HEART, GREIENXNIC MAUIOR: History - MINOR: Sociology I fsdom with ll"lm mixcfl rzfnsmz zuiilz II,l'flS'lll'I', nur 111 111r'rrin11'nl. -Col.nsMn'1-I Calholic Action 1, 2, 3: Orches- tra 3, 4: Combined Language Clubs 41 President Spanish Club 41 Dean's List 5 times. 1, S is fs I T ,sss. 4 iii S T T I ..,. f 'ffm X 01fLi5e ylfLCA 26 LEYNIS STREET, NEXNTON, MASSACHUSETTS NEYNVTON HIGH SCHOOL, NEYN'TON, TXIASSACHUSETTS MAJOR: Spanish - MINOR: French The lmppiest person is the person who thinks the most I.IZfC"7'6Sl'I,7Ig thozzglzts. TQINIOTHY :DXVIGHT Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2: Freshman Forumg French Club 1, 2, 3- Treasurer 31 Science Club 2, 3' 4- WLZIILAVLQ lflflflf WJJCJQVL 21 ALDXVORTH STREET, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS Roxisuiu' Acfxnmu' or NOTRE DAME, ROXl5LlRX', TVIASSACHUSETTS MALIOR: Biology - MINOR: Education 011, only It free .mul will nczfer grow old! -J EAN PAUL RICHTER Catholic Action 1. 2, 3. .1- Secretary 2, 'l'1'e:1s111'er 3, Presi- dent .1: Missions 1, 2. 3, .ll Choir 1, 2, 3, .13 Liturgiczil Choir .11 Glec Club 1: Ncwloncs 3. 4: Freshman Forum: Ijfll- matic Club 2, 3, L12 N.F.C.CI.S.- junior Delegate 2, Senior Delc- gule 3, Regional Recording Sec- retary .1: Jlllll01'XvCCkCl1ClCl1Illl'- man 3. l"6Ll0fCQ.'5 6Llf'L8 0LlfLlfLLX 6! C- . .gem 1,16 BEACH 118 STREET, NEPONSIT, LONG ISLAND, NEVV YORK CONVLNT OF THIQ 8.1111141511 HuA1:'1', Clucigwwlczii, CoNN11cT1c:UT MAJOR: English - MINOR: Sociology Hflllll'-fft'!'l?1AIIg' lIl'IIl'f.Y uw' l11lpp1'c'xf. LoNG1fn1.Low - S N nf X ft, 1 1 lf, WM We Si 3, ,lf , Qxxfia X if N45 Q . N SQ ? Catholic Action 3: Missions 2: Interracial 3. 4: C-lee Club 25 I.R.C. 41 Combined Language Clubs 4: Science Club 3. 4: De:in's List twice: Dean's Hon- or List 3 times. aminfa Wanlfalfafailfe 61 Tl-IATCI-IER STREET. BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS L11-I'lLitXN1AN SEcoND,xRx' SCHOOL, NIUNICH, GERMANY MAJOR: Mztthcniatics - MINOR: Physics Pizrpusc is wlml gimcs lift' n nzvmzfng. CHARLES H . PARKHURST Catholic Action 1, 2. 3. 4: Mis- sions lj Interracial 1: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3: Science Club 2, 3, 43 Intercollegiate Chemical So- ciety Delegate 3, 4, Banquet Chairman 4: Orchestra 3: Deans List twiccg Hockey Team 1. -I :vs - Ns, V. Xl 3 A 7 4 Sex iii 5 I 2 6Ll"g6l,lf'8f gAZOLA8fA y0f58l0A mC,ylfLfylf'8 648 XVEST ROXBURY PARKYVAY, ROSLINDALE, MASSACHUSETTS GIRLS' LATIN SCHQUI., Bos1'oN, lXIASSACl'IIlSL'1"1'S IVIAJOR: Clieiiiistry - MINOR: Biulogy tender ,Il'lIVI.' n will 1-IIfll'Xl'bIC LQNGFELLOW Mzmhattanville IQ Catholic Ac Lion 2, 32 l.R.C. 3, 4. N " wh, in W K. 6LlfL8f WCJQCAZQW OHEHYAHTAH PLACE, DANBURY, CONNECTICUT CONVENT OF THE SACRED HIiAR1', ALBANY, NEW YORK MAJOR: History - MINOR: English C'1l7'fU.Sl.fy is 01111 of Ilze most PCTIHIIHEIIK and l'KI'1llI.7I I'lIllVIlC'fl'TfS1ff'S of Il vigorous l-l1tC'HCC'f. -SAMUEL JOHNSON Heidelberg University 1: Cath- olic Action 2, 3, 4Q I.R.C. 2, 3: Combined Language Clubs 4: Science Club 2. 3, .15 Dean's List 3 Limesg Dean's Honor List twice. Ernie mcnfaife 159 VERNON STREET, XNORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS LITHUANIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL HNIAIRONISH, KEMPTEN, ALLGAU, GERBIANX' MAJOR: Chemistry - MINOR: Physics And thou my mind aspire to lziglzcr tlzfngs, Grow 'riflz in that zulzivlz rzcfzfcr mlcellz rust. -Sm PHILIP SIDNEY Manor 5Alf'i6tfIfL8 m1fLrlo!1y UH BROOK ROAD, MILTON, MASS.-XCHUSETTS AIIQANNLZ IJ'.-Xmz .-XC.-XDICNIY, Muxrms, IX'I,xss1xcHL1s12TTs MAJOR: English - MINOR: Arr lilzzsl 1111111 II 1111111 1'x111'l. vw! 11111'1111li111'11. ,-I A'll1JIU11'l1g'l' 1111111 nj Imolcs IIIICI IIIIIIIIIII kind. Catholic .XCli0l1 1, 2 Clluh I2 Fresllmfln Forum I ll Drzunzllic Clulm 2. 3 an hook-Art Editor 4. POPE Class Treasur cr 3. .IC Social Committee 2, 3. 4: Catholic Action 3: Missions 1, 2, fg- Secretary 2: Glee Club 1: Fresh- man F01'11111: l.R.C. 2. 3. .1- P1'csicle11l 3. 1: NS.,-X. AIlllll0l' Delegate 3: l3C2lll'S List twice: Baskelhall Team 1, 2. 0 J- lv Adm aw' 359' W lflflflf DP Miele Je 31 PROSPEC1' 1 , 'ARK XVEST, BROOYL 1-XCADEMY 01-' Mo11N'1' S1x1N'1' Vw NIAJOR1 Engli T11 x YN, NEXV YORK 1 c:1cN'1', 'YUXEDO PARK. N1211' Yo sh - MINOR: Eclucation 1' ZUI'l1l1UTUS of my 111111 I 111111111 111' upffn In H11' 11111. RK -XV1-11T'r1uR E' gf Catholic'Action 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Yearbook-Business Man- ager 4: French Club 2: Science Club 2, 3, 4-President 4: Inter- collegiate Chemical Society Del- egate 4: Intercollegiate Mathe- matical Society Delegate 3, 4: Dean's List twice: Hockey Team 2, 3, 43 Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4- g0Llf'g0Llf'6L VLVL8 WOLUQK 6!8 60 YVILLOIIV CRESCEIN T CONVIQNT OF THE SACRED HEART, NEWTO l ', BROOKLINE, MASSACHUSETTS N, NIASSACHUSETTS MAJOR: Biology - MINOR: Mathematics Oh! Zzlzassed will: teznjufr whose zzllclozlded my Crm Hlflfff' l0IllUl'l'O'lU cheerful ns todav. -Poms Maryville College 1: Catholic Action 3: I.R.C. 2, 31 O.S.P. Delegate 4: DC3ll'S List 4 limes. 5 ' I W, 52411, mf, if Je W 131 MAPLE STREET, VVILMETTE, ILLINOIS CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART, LAKE Fok1:sT, IL1-1No1s MAJOR: History - MINOR: French Soft pence she IJ'l'I'IIQ1S, zulzerwer L S110 lI?'7'I-1765. PRIOR Mount Saint Mary's 11 Univer- sity of California at Santa Bar- bara Collegeg Catholic Action 32 Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Newtones 3g Philosophy Club 3: Hockey Team 41 Basketball Team 4. owion A7AZ6LA8tA Lgytjalflfery 10855 DE SOTO, CHATSWORTH, CALIFORNIA CORVALLIS HIGH SCHOOL. NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA MAJOR: History - MINOR: Art A good laugh is s'z1nsl11"ne in a house. -THACKERAY Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, l Mus sions all Choir 4: Glcc 2: Drznnillic Club 3: Juke x7AlfLlf'g8lf' Q0 KENYNOOD ROAD, GROSSE POINTE FARMS, MICHIGAN CONVIENT OF TH12 Sfxcziu-in H1c,xRT, Gkossu POINTE, IYIICHIGAN MAJOR: English - MINOR: Sociology I 1111116 ll lzvart will: mrmz for c'w'ry joy. BAILEY Vassar 1, 2, 3: Catholic Action 32 I.R.C. .15 Dean's List twice: Dcnn's Honor List once. .jgozf!Le1fine JQPHQY mfgng 42 FISHER PLACE, TRENTON, NEXN7 JERSEY Miss FlNE'S SCHOOL, PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY MAJOR: Philosophy - MINOR: Art Aly heart slill fiicfs 11110116 me for The qzzurry it slmll 191161. VVILLIARI ROSE BENET 3. .1-Editor Class 'l'l'C1lSlll'Cl' ll Social Coin- millee 1: Catholic Action 1, 2. 3: Drzunzilic Club 2, 3, 43 Fresh- man FO1'llIllI xvilC2lt and Cocklc .11 French Cl llll 2. 3. CLIWGLA, 0528 fx Z2 X 8 fdlfl, 55 FLETCHER ROAD, 1 BIQIAIONT H1 MAJOR: Englis h - MINOR: Conte GH SCHOOL, B1z1.x1ON BELMONT, lX'I1-XSS.-X inporary English Li Il's good tu 111' 111 , II's good in l'l'l'Y 111161 zuiszf. 111' 111111111 IIIIII 11116. CHUSETTS T, MA.ss1-xcznirsizrrs KGTHLU PC BURNS NZ, . f ' --A-- A .-'.f I VVV- ' gf Z X cy "'- ..?"':'IE .:a::: ,.,, , """ :Nw ,.,. . "WW ' f ,...... ,,,2:: 1. .V... N: Q31 lfllflf Sorbonne 3: Culholic Action 1, 2: Clcc Club 1: Dramatic Club 2, 1: Frcsl1m:1u Forum: French Club 1. 2: IJCQIIIIS LisL 4 limes: DCl1ll'5 Honor Lisl once: Hockey Team 2. Ocfowia mife e BOX HILL, SAINT JAMES, LONG ISLAND, NEVV YORK CoNv1-:NT or 'run SACRED H1aAR'1', EDEN HALL, PHl1,A1m13L11H1A, I'uNNsY1,vAN1A MAJOR: F11-11cI1 - MINOR: English and Art Tlzz' joy of tllz' ?lIl.IllI Ill1ll'l1'S ils sI1'f11g' NINON na LIENCLOS 7,15 YVe start the day at 7.15 Mass in our tiny chapel. On First Fridays we are more formal. Not only on First Fri- days, but on all Fridays. we have exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. wt 1 u V 3. 5 5 L 4' z, .', Q' . , Q 9 sig. .. A . iw 5. .A '.L . . F1 , I- - mv .ali Y' , . 'ex . , 'Q "' x 4 ,-'E F3 - - J' - ,Q Ir- - - Q-155 at x ' - Y X3 X W, . . wa v . x . . ,. M, 2 555331 'X v .W M 4, ' . -W -3 . 'gh yang. W X . . , 1. If P 1 if , . . N4 -. , QL. , .3 A af -A ' 'Q K ,, 1- 5 xv' x Q' Q 4 x K ' x K R . f. ,Q B x , Q he 7- K Q4 45 ,J ' af- .- ' v . v7 'T' .4 . :- ns, SO' 41. , -..yn V 0 N 'FL ' , v'i 192: ff ., f . .A-f ,N :JZ V "", L .4-I-7 wT,..eM N- , N V .V X pw' '-'- 0' V:,, .4 ' L1f:'f-.T A' ' - 7 ' M in .::f ll! qzzfrjf ,, . . , A M. . W a:?',..,..-.W 5..f9'::I.:f'49 y 5 f -.7 ' lgjf- '--'- ,s ..iA 5,921 K 8,1 fm! 1 ' , .,.. Q 2 A'-x' t , Q. . ,w.' t f wl'l,A ,sim . an N Y -4 .1 -,S- 'J 2 an "' "W" """' , ' w P-.. , ' -W ,Z . 1: ' L , . -:f qi, W ff-ff' 4,5 -' .f-:-,ff-' ., . , , sim- Kyiv- 't .1 " . , Q? ' s ,. -V Qyyhv-an Ai ,K , , up , 'Y ' 'Ny Q ,Mgt sw -. -' N 'W' '-'L3' ll' ' ' f Nr' 'X-QJQX 'v..4.,. X s 1 -. ' gf., N av. " I +V -,L fx- ,gh '- u 'A . x , 77' 4 , Av S '-I N -em , ,. .'7L"1 M S A . x , 1, E.h1' Yu- 'Y' 1- pw. X ' .1 ' g gi Q 4 c 'M ' xr V-Ju Q., -X, , , ., Q X- - 4-r " af .9 . ' 1 fn " ff s Ps-v..'k iv .A .,-ma., . 'S N Q, 1'7"-I. - '-' QN' L T ' 0 . . x in as nn - ' w """" Q , ,.. ...pi-H ,'...4 9 'Q lr Meanwhile. our faculty members. who also have learned the uses of leisure. that quietly in the faculty mmm cn' make a few last minute 3l'1'21llf2QClI1611tS in the Dc'an's ollicc. fl' , . ? '+1..r'4.1i-fav-'-" 5-.f:,,. 'L f' fn wg- IW Wbif ' I aft:- 1 2 2 2 5 "xx 'W-qv' 9,10 XVhile Father Dittoe, putting a few finishing touches on our four years' study of St. Thomas. expouuds the order of the universe, il junior Colltemplates the problem of order on a lower scale. Af Q a' F .3. -w-... Q 'Nwm-N, ,A-4' . .A ,--X-fi 10,00 is Assembly time. Occasionally, a class meeting takes place, when important matters come up lor discussion. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Dokcrrm' IINGLIQRT, I'l'C'l'-Pl'l'5l-f1t'l1fI HELEN BADICNHAUSIQN, PH'.SIAIIFIIfI NIARY HELEN FI'I'ZciIf,RAI.D, Sf'c'r'f'lr1rr'Yg I,UCIl.l.E -lor, Tl'Fll.NllI't,l'. THE QIUNIORS: The capahle leadership shown in all the -Iuniur Class Ofhcers, during their three years here at Newton, makes us happy to have them as our successors lor next year. junior year is one ol' great cliange-frmn the ranking ol' a lower-classman to that of an upper-classman. It includes great plans. lm' prucluc'tirmns sufh as lunior Xlleelaencl. and the beginnings of real rcspunsilmility. L. In Ru- Sfllilflvfllg, H. XV. Sperry, C. Cizlnniff, I.. Img .'X. Hzmrahan. Smivrl. V. Yllwlllllll, NI. H. I"il1Uerul1l, H. BRIQICIIIHILISCII. I. Clurrzm, D. Englcrl. I.. tu R.: Slumling. CI. Nickinucx. NI. I. lfglrlcy. mzfvrl, I. C.z11'l1jnsl, ll. Killion, I, Baxter. D. X':1r1cc'cL, I. lfilffiicruld. NI. Exam, I'. Mm li, Higgins. D, Szilzl. SOPHOMQRE CLASS OFFICERS FRANCES Alouxsrox, T11.617-Pl'f'5fl1FIIfI fiA1L Exxis, Prcfsizlenlz XVINIFRFD XVICBER, Trenszzrerg CARo1,vN MokcAN. Sef'r'ef11ijv. TH If SOPHOMORES: Ill Sophomore year one grows very serious, and studies heroine of prime importauee. This is evident as the Sophomore Class sits up on second Hoor Stuart, outside the Deairs oflice-lirst of all. contemplating a heavv schedule, and later on, wondering il' or how they ever made itfthe average. that is. The Sophomores have their lighter sicle also, as we have seen bv the fest aucl cooperation ol' our little sisters iii all the CXU11-L'lll'1'lL'l1l2'1l' prorluctious we have unclerlaken. T77 4 L4 1 ' Q I In R.: 1'-fllllf wmv, VI. Cluslcllo, Nl. cllliqllillll. Y. Ohzlslli. li. .X, Rcilly. Quiglcx: .Srmml mug I l H1litlCl', f:CllllIl1l. l,,. NIcCLr11xlx, l. lJullm:11l,H, Xxscliu, l. I.cLlali1'c, ,X.Sl:L'r1x. Nl, Ki1'lxp11l1'ick: rl: ww, ll. Nlorgxlu, l'. l3x1'111:. Cl. .xlllllglk X. Wululmxlx. X. VLIILLIIIIICIII. IJ. Sklulsinskgxile, I Iullllslml. I-. ltlllllm , .3 "" L ' 'N ' w I In IS.: f'7UIll 71lIl',K.SlliUIlLllk1l. B.fillNlllV. Nl, CI. Hul'lcl':1. Nl.f..SllIlIHl1 Hfrwml mzw, XI. Xlllllll. Xl. f1lIllL'Hi, Xl, I. Nlmlcn. Cl. lignuiamnum, NI. Uvlrllalll, I. Ivl'lliI1UI'. Il. Sullixxm, XI. l, lugcill, XY. XXX-Iwi: Nlmlflilzg, C, Qllinlzm, li. Wvlmh. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS JXILIZICN MANNIX, TI'l'll,YllI'6'l'Q MARY ELLEN MCKEoN, P'l'F5I'f16IlfQ MARY CLURRAN, I7IVCZ'-Pfl'f'.Y1'C1l'IlfI SHIEILA MCCART11x', St'l'Tl'ffl'l'5'. THE FRESHMEN: The Freshman year is spent getting usecl to everything. and learning all the ins and outs of college life. The oflifers here catch up on college activities hy reading "885", the college newspaper just inaugurated this year. The rest of the class is seated in the famous "bird-cage room", or "c'het'kerhoarcl room" in Barat. The room has gone through many phases of use-as a dining-room, a flassroom, a study room: and we all look l'orwzu'cl to the clay when the building program is Complete and it will he a parlor-and one ol' the most pleasant ones on campus! n R.: Sffllltllllg. IC. 1Jcmpsey.S. Nlrllzlrlllx, K. liulvin, l7. Clalluxluu, Nl. li. flzlrrilx, Nl, ulollnwn, I IYLIIIS, S, MCCUC. G. Llkigllllil, XI. llihlclllrm, li. Mcllmmg Smlfwl, Cl. dc l'xl'1lllLlSLU, Slzulc, S SJ Ill Xl 1' Xl lx Xl llIlLlllIl X llX 'ycm'cl. Nl. Ninhols, I. Dillun, ll. llrcuu: , . , I. . 4 'L-on, . . ,' -1 , Nlzmnf I Wullnrc. - 4 1 1,54- T1 11 IL' .Sl'llIllIflIg, .-X. C. Cullum. I,. Hauligam, S. Nlurphx. Nl. Cunning Suzirml, ,X. Rawsou. C lJ'1,UllIlUll. M. I'1liusl1'ulJ, I. KQUIIICI, S, sl1ll'l'S, Nl. F. Whzxlcn, CI. Gillis, Nl. l,lllDUllI'ilCllC'. C- Cuslu. M. l,1'CIl4lCI'g'l1Sl. QHARVARD At Lhe samc time, lcss ClNRl'gL'IiL' souls rclzlx bctwcell rlasses, and two slurliozzs sc-11io1's l'llll'll up on their Z15SiglllllCllIS in Lllc Rclc1'cm'e Room in IJUCIICSHC. JY- ' ' '.r'kf , .3 N. ,Q-nl' BM 2xp...nuu,?,x ,mm-an "' Q.-..H-un...,x 'ii ". Y Q. ugh 3 1:--'X 2-fA"?i Q ,N W. EQ' Q n , . 3. 2' ' ' Q. 'Tax f-J"Y N, .J-Q., , X. 4 me N-5 .Q v, 1 :ge firm -Lv ' ,. X I 1 v 4s.,.uba,.--15 A f 'elsif 12,30 From differellt parts ol' the campus we c'011x'e1'ge on Stuart for uuclmeou. Oh, for that l2'll'g'6, hezultiliul dining' mmm which those who 001116 after us will enjoy when Stuart is L'OlHlJlC'fCl'1! After 111110116011 wa- :um- fol' a plczlszlnt drive. Anyone want Illlydlillg' in the Centre? I X off 12,50 is meeting time. CATHOLIC ACTION GROUPS INTERRACIAL OFFICERS I, In R.: F. lohnslcm lNf'r'1v- I'rr'u.s.y, P. Hollxu' 1IJrz'.x.j, Baxter H'if1'-l'z'z'x.j. 3 " 1-I 11 - 4111229 CATHOLIC ACTION OFFICERS I.. In 11.5 C. Mmgruz 4Tr0as.j lf. NILIIIIIIX r1'rz'.v.5, C. Hickey '1 rl l'!"Pl'!'.5.,. 111561115 E. Higgins fSz'r'ly5. CLUB MISSION CLUB OFFICERS I.. In 13.5 C-:wlxlml QSM Ivj CI. xIlliIllIlL'X 4l'rr.x.x, .X. Ham rzxhun qlzru,x.5. R' L. I0 R.: Sfllllllfllgi, S. hlCC21l'llll. C. Morgan. A, O'Brien. CL. Conley, N. Lune fclllliflllfllll. QI. Curran, W. Weber. Nl. H. I'AlllciCl'LllllI Nmrlwrl. l,. lox. AX. Nlzmnix, Nlolhcr Keyes. X, Dolan. The Social Committee meets zit this time on Monday. and makes plans to fill the social calendar with everythiiig from balls to barn dances. And occasionally. other little things rome up-like the question of that person who forgot to dress for dinner! At Student Government meetings at the same time on XV6Cll1CSCl2ly. our elected representatives discuss the pros and cons of the constitution. consider new by-laws, or the improvement of old ones. :md mete out punishment to the rare offender. I.. lu If.: ihfilllllfllg, I". blohnslon. Nl, li. Nltlieon, D. linglcri. Anrlnl, H. llzulcnhzinsen. G. Ciouley fPVz'.t.j, Hzltlfultl. HOCKEY TEAM I.. lu R.: Tuff, E. lVeIcl1, B. Powell, XV. XVehcr. lllirlfllv, A. Fllllflll, CI, Quinlan. Bollmu. Hill'il'LJl'tl fflzllrlrlinj, D. Killion. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Below, L. In R.: Hartl'ord fPrz's.j, E, lVelch Q.S'4'c"lyj. ,Il1.w11l, N. Hurley qI'irv-Prrznj, H. XV. Sperry fTrvn.v.j. The Athletic Association sees that we get more exercise than just walking hack and forth from Duchesne. It keeps our hockey and basketball teams on their toes, and arranges games with other colleges, such as Regis. Emmanuel, and Boston College Nursing School. N"l'f'1'.-.XL 2,30 Ahnut this time we may clecicle to take a trip clown to Durhesne. perhaps to pick up that reserre limmk. Il' it's Friclzly, we will pruhzihly meet some of our flzissmzites pzirliing the car to leave lor the weekelicl. ' fa 5, fill our way, we pass tlirnugli the parking lot, wliere some other cars- nolzthly the venerable Pzickmtl - are stancling rezicly lor any Cl1lL'l'gCl'lCy. 3,30 YVe may stop by the Tea House to pick up the latest gossip. have 21 smoke, or try our lufk at a hand of bridge. The tea-house began its career as a garage, and after going through a series of Changes, is now the special charge ol' the Ducltesne boarders. One of the most enjoyable events of the year was the tea-house party to raise funds for its decoration. !4-9-v A M... M -,..r" w" ,pw 0- 3 A194 mswww U ,,,,-1 4,30 The afternoon is getting on. A Senior R auses to offer ll few P words of wisdom to some Freshmen outside Du- chesne. WVhile, nearby, Miss YVheelwright's art class catches some sunset scenery. SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS L. In R.: R. hlllllllllllllllff fSf'1"ly- Trz'n.v.j, B. Powell fPrr's.j, CL. Fisher qI'ifz'-Pre.s.5. 5,30 is meeting time for science enthusiasts. They meet once a month and plan scientific events of interest even to nmi-scientists. A movie on the Dupont family and a lefture on penicillin are some ol' their offerings to the student public. "Child of Mary of the Sacred Heart. following the example of Our Lady, my mission is to carry out the plans of His Heart for me and to help Him reveal Himself to the world." -THE PROMISE OF A CHILD OF NIARY I.R.C. OFFICERS l,. In It.. .X.0lll1Ln f1'rfxl l llxlnc- f'l':f'f1,x.l, Y, lluenu 1l'i14 1 , limi. I, lhxlcr tvflrl N.S.A. AND N.F.C.C.S. DELEGATES L. to R.: F. Nlannix fN.F.C.C.S.l. 1. Baxter frV.F.C.C.S.j, F. Con- nelly fN.F.C.C..S'.l. Curran 4N,S,r-1.1. l'. Byrne fN.S..4.l. Newton is well represented in the N.S.A. and N.F.C.C.S. organizations. Newton delegates attend meetings elsewhere. and keep the student body posted on student activities tlirougliout the country. To widen the scope of our activities further. the International Relations Club seeks to foster deeper understanding among nations. 6,30 Dinner tin1e! Our cheerful young nurses are on their way to Stuart. Inside, they meet Patrick. Michael, and Frederick, who are happily on their way to their own homes for dinner. ' A A 1 ,Q- ,l Q. Q A The rest are mine Let's play it out. HDOXVN ONE!" After dinner. "you have to cut your way through the smoker", for a cigarette, a Conversation. or a bridge game. "XVhere are the ash trays?" Or there may be an I.R.C. panel discussion, or a barn dance or other informal party going on: so we migrate to the lounge or the playhouse. THE NEWTONES W At least one evening Il week is tlevotecl by some to music or clrznnatics. The Newtones, our double quftrtette. and the stnzlll fltoir, 1n'z1t'tise in Stuart. but the Glee Club and Drrnnatit' Club take the steep stztiltzise clown to the Plzlyltouse. H!! If THE SMALL CHOIR , . . x ' P Q.. , K in ig-,dal 7 ,Q :Hr li? -94 ', 'f T955 . -W' , 3:62:51 .,: J. - I .A '65 , .,,, . f",pa-1 2 'wr c 1' x - , 5 . - ,Ta -, ,: My x , A2,:g. ..!w' 3 , ' w .gg D, iyin, - " . sg-x'aef71' Sign-gzf sA' .. . , 2,9 A Q ' ' x - x 4' fx fa fe- Xxfg. lL WR' -q"'Q'l"V A Q. s ' ,Q if -1' aa- . ff 4s if ff- ff 'vw k""'? Ar is ,'f,1,' -is-wg, . . 4- .' aah, Y Q ,s . - f - f- ,w x- ' ' . .fi-' Q .. ..-Y.,-5' W 'Q . W, A .f .-rw, ff -A .12 W' , . V ' '- ' as sw ' v A X II, ,if pt , , , ,W L' 5 . V1 . ? I I , X Y ff: if?-.ku Vi.- il.. .' .R K.-by,-X ','f A W 'iw u , .. , 'h . .ff .,..?'-f . , f v 4 . J.: .Ig . A Q v . 1, . vi Q, Q I vw- , f gs. f. V+ aw -L.. .4 ,A 1 '15, ,iq '3 1 1 N, v 43, -Q ' Q. - A , A,-. 4, - .S L 4 ,A ' . YQ R J H N 4' Q B, ,, .. -4 if W '-2-X H ,JE f wr f .r - J rp"-r 'mf ,- , 'm ': arf' ' . 4.4. x I 1 1 r ' 4 5? Q-f:v"1'5 an b. , ,Q 4 ,J-.. if'- ' : 9519.- nl V2.1 7 4... ' N 1'- n Z ' x .Q Q 4 . 3. 'fr v' - . ' 4 J. J " '--if 'P , 4. r Q vz""a- I ky Af I .., MQW' Iii .CTT',,,.,..-. - 1 'VY-TV' 1 Pss..-rx Ihe lflee Club IS the Major Club for ll1llSil' luvcrs. Ifllergetic' :md 1ll1llJiIiOllS, thGy pm- clufccl the uperzl. limi Frm Tulff, in spring oi lust year. .V - i ? 3 2 1 3 f 1 . , -.4 Q! wwf' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS , . . . I.. lu Ix.g NI. ltxzlm 4In'u.i.j, H Cosltfllu q,N1'r'lx'j. 5l'llff'l1, X. BCITQ. rPI'f'.S.,1. BLILICIIIILIIISCII qI'in'-Prex.j. J DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS I.. lu R.: Cim'un I7'r1'n.v.1, N. Dolan fPrf'5.J. C. Quinlan 'r'lyl, P. Hollzu' U'icf'-P1'1f.s.p. A small but hardworking group, the Dramatic Club includes .lacks for 4lills?l of all trades: dressnlakers, scene designers, electrical engineers. as well as actors. Last year they produced The Rl-Zlfl!.Y. This year they are ridding Shakespeares Muclz Ado about Nolfmzg. ll E w 4 i . l 2 s 5? , A E il wxqs 31. A ', '- ag J' gifs- i , 4:35 NWN! 3 ei 5 x S Q v Q Q a fi ,8 T! 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A-nw vkki' W' ' ,Mi K sv ,lk an W-A 5, Wm Q' Ag?3w.v,,., win. , NW -ppm-vM"+"' --ww 'iw up. ,Q 42 . 4 8,30 It's nearly lmefltinie. but the editors, business managers, and roving reporters ol' Newtoirs publications are still working. The staff of Ilfllfllf and Cloclzlv, our literary nizigazine. is collecting. criticizing, and editing original writing ol' Newtonians. while the staff ol' our newspaper, applies niufli tlie same teelinique to reports of the news of the day. .X we - "885" STAFF lofi, l,. In R.: l', NIlll'l'llf fl-'wlliliv' lizlilnrl, .L Sperry qxfmrlx lfdilmj, F. hlolmsluu tif! Ilillfllll. D. Hziiiler qfiwlurz' lirlimrj, Al. B1lXlCl' CErlilm'-i11- fflliwlb. H. .X. Reilly 1Nr'zi'.x lfrlia Inrj, CE. Clzilmill lilfllllf'-III? Iirli- lorj. WHEAT AND COCKLE STAFF l.i'f!, I. In IZ.: l'. Nlurrau. S. L, XYlielal11 QEIIIIUU, Cl. Claunill. l', Hullgir. Clurram. rr "' vm' 1 5 Q 4 Xff- gvr,-.v.-1' .'-'f'..,f, ' ' 'ifgxh 1 'wk' A H cf? 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It -Lua u- Mjhg Wt," W 'iff-1 an 6' - Pla ,5lx','p"Nfl 5- 1 35 - N 4 - - , - .a . 'XA l 4 Zi iff viii' :wg N ,Kny- I Y if W5 5 x.. .Q New a . 1 . 'A O R I . 1 4 , Mil? X ! f 3 VS 1 'y ..' I W Q sl fu ' " vii ' v, WW v 5 Xwzwf. Q. A is Q ' " K ,, , -,age ' f Q' HQ 1' A Q ,. x A wifi! f ' L':' . : A ' Z k ,E , ' V Q ,. U 1 - AA f if fy New is X My . S Q I w k A h gl . Q gk 3 wwf 9 . h Q 35 ix .HF But we made sure that they were sobered up at hazing time! '25 xv' It's only natural that Fresh- men should have lots of time to be frivolous! 'X 1 The Freshmen who invaded Newton's campus in September 1952 were not so very different from those who had come in 1949. YVe began our college life with a hilarious baby party Qin appropriate dressy. After being properly hazed, we settled down to a year of carrying chairs, cleaning the smoker. and wearing white dresses for all formal occasions. There weren't enough hours in the clay for all the things we wanted to do, and at night. ol' course. we burned the midnight oil poring over Crenier-or maybe celebrating Arab night! There were picnics and tea-dances, Hpiyama parties" and bridge games in the smoker, mysterious lights shining in Stuart, and uu- explained phones ringing in Barat. lt was an unforgettable year! Wy This year's Sophomores suffered the same growing pains we did, but, like us. they seem to have come through unharmed- and even to have enjoyed the year. In spite of the traditionally heavy schedule. there always seemed to be time for proms and parties, week-ends at North Conway, and taking part in Glee Club and Dramatic Club produc- tions-besides a short trip now and then to the Newton Corner movie, or to the Deli! Our Sophomore yeur was marked by variety too. yVe became studious-and hy the end of the year we had mastered the world's great books, pondered over Thomistic cosmology, and Calculated the time in the middle of the Pacific' when it was noon in Greenwich. YVhen we linzilly won our Caps and gowns, we didn't take them oPf all day. But we hztd other interests-ski week-ends, I-Iansel and Grelel, and Alary of Sfotlmzd-to mention only 21 few. And in June, many of us made a trip west for our class's first wedding. T1 I 3 tt :asf fe ii 1673114 1 QQ' V E tvlpgi ft' 1 Win - ,. 'KU l , 1 This ve:-ir's luniors reminded us of our own Junior year, not lzu' in the past, when we took on new responsibilities. strained our hrziins over the Brannon plan, and called lorth :ill our energies for that production of productions-Alunior Hleelsend. As we danced at their Junior Hfeekend we couldn't help rerzilling our own. when we Jl'2lCLiL'2lllj' lived lor weeks in the quonset cutting out decorations, XVe had some inoinents ol' lean' that we might go into debt-but everything turned out well in the end. XVe thought nobody Could ever equal our lunior XVeel4end-hut this yezu"s gave it some close competition! 'Y' N., A F-1 'Xi fwwnw., . NM 25 N . ': .,.. Y, ,.. 'xiii ' f' ' , A., A. . -f -. ' RP. V mf QW . I vi, X 1 A . I , 1 --1 I ,XYZ 4 ' H, 1. -.E-,N '- Q :A Q 5 ' xii ,S , W , .vig , 1 ' 25,9 , N, l,L?,i N Awbgx 1 l., , " . rdf: a "4 ' , A - H 3 , - f 'ii 'W V ' .K QR, I . V n", L, .x7.x':: 1 I il -f Q .fx , " 4, 4.1 -X I -..,,. .,,- .' ' - Q H' "-K". -. ' . N N Qs., 5, 4 1-s,11y53fzei,gg' ' ' ' V x , ' W. is 2 " '-ivy ' -1 f7'i3qf.m8av'. 'lk ' 'P 'V L . .rr - f"' A : Q,-WM . ,gmt , , ., V f Q I ,Q-, . . 6 I4 xll uns? v F. 5- 1 , 'V - K R I tr A u gf Av L 'I 159504, . 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Vw W 1 ,if 'l sk ak! 4 Agp is , " " r u lv ue. ,-N fx K' -vis I hc cQl'llClllllIiOIl Dzmfc and thc Alumnae Bull were H'OlldCl'flIl s11u'cssc's, for more lhllll just graduates :md the zllumuzlc. iw- 'i' ,L-..-.....,---..... lbw' '35 is ,, '5 A I D p-yagmw i., . U, ef, Wim ...,.........,,.w 5. .. . n K M ,sz 5 ,AJ -fzsr-:sk X is if Q f W.: .X . in m, at 1 1 ,fr ,, f 5 .I ig V X, gg, ,Q W , X . 3-,z ,Q ,N K., .. 153.3 -gfgggv ,- 'S X '09 NK, A? P X sf Xu X X 1 ix X N as I Q .:.,., ,, , . Q ' X 5 A www H.-X 2 .Sw im O . 2 K 1 Ilu lgllflllly IJl'2lL'liSCS on us but hcrc arc thc clmildrcll that f Cllllllfl MICKEY Plmfn by Erir livnnvu ,, 1 eww, .Q ,sm-4 ,sv -.vw N ww 'QS 'ff ,+:f.ff4+ v if 1, - -fm-.1 X . f- .,.. , qw.,A-,ff-X.g.,.Q:,,xQ,-:1 af, gv ,. N, 5 y,,p-xN- x3Q,.A .-:,-II:-,,, :.-e,-,if -.Q Nw. " w - X gf'-xl - " I 25214 ' x A ,. sz ., .? ,'wg:X. ..I.,W2 - -nw .-fm 1 3-NM ! - I H . .- , gi- :gr 3 Q' M3 1, QS is is , J? X: 53 Pedro III I lvrpf--ii' X Mp, :XA X -' X, :X Q s Q 1 I X- R , ai fx! i.. .sqm . Q, 6 Bill and Billy AIULIA AND PEDRO vs.: ' A Tlihrr--v ,YU 1g'2i:"r"i 3-w jr na., ,ff 5' fs-1643 .,, K J. 464 .. f fi., ', ,1 f 3, Q., a ' 1 E XY , S Y f ,113 x ,-Lay... fgfggza' 1 :px Mui. ' N14 ,,, " '1 . .A 'W ".!L.""f'- -li 2 Ahfe,1Lwi,Q: .ww'-11-wzwgm' ' .N ,ff'??,,rgy12-W5 M 'NW -wg-as ,gg y V-:ff h f. - '-. my M Q' ' ,pw ' A 13221. - ,Pf?'1.2, fax W 9 'N 33 'xx ici . -1 4.821 4 'JZ W5 W S 5 kb 4 W ww ,f 43. li I ,WA JA' w 1 -q 0 1 D 3 ' 2 -Evww " A.: ,Q As ss mv. Nik' f o n Q Q X-is :f:,j3f X M1572 5 " 4' Qi, 'Q QS fi 554 A QS Hg N, . .1 X uf O 14 W F ,. . 'Yi -A. Uuthufd fl'k..l I3 lXfIo'1'ii1Qu NIAGUIRIC who shzirecl the trials, the responsibilities, the fun involved in our every effort to IJl'0ClllCC this Yearbook. Her gllllfl-l1lllIlUl'Cfl unclerstancling c'onx'e1'tecl even our cliszippuintinents to laughter. MR. XVAXLER ul' the Allrecl BYOWII Studio whose skill at catching us at on ancl off inunients has proviclecl us with many remem- hrances ol' the serious and gay sides of College life. THE HEFITIZIQNAN Puliss whose experience ol' niany yearhooks has saved us froni the effects of our inexperienfe of any. .XNN XVHITE whose artistic' talent we fould not do without. PHYL1,1s llOI,I,AR who lent us her literary touch. Cf 5,-107, IL L,f.a.ot.,L6oak 1, In lin- li, lhmt-ll qlimlrrru Alulmlgrrj. Y. Bncnu qilul. ,Ill lzilzlury, li. Xlurphx q.lr'l Intlzlnrj, 15. Clhlliul 41-,flffm-111-tflurfy. lf. Dugilx lljlnmx' liflilfnj. , 1 G Q 5 Q sf? , x x. Y ff-Q' fc X 4 ' X5 Z 2. S W if XX, ' fx' L v .1 1 li - x Kvw wr? . ,N X wix XS ' wx N ww Helen Batlenhausen, Old Short Hills Road, Short Hills, N. HI. .Ioan Baxter, 68 Rowan Street, Providence, Rhode Island Claire Cannifif, 1172 Nottingham Road, Crosse Pointe, Mich. Nancy Cawley, 61 Triangle Street, Danbury. Con11. .lanemarie Curran, Ardsley Park, Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y. D0r0tl1ea Englert, 360 Main Street, Catskill, N. Y. Mary Evans, Turpin Lane, Newton, Ohio Mary Helen FitzGerald, 1237 NV. Columbia Avenue. Chicago 26. Ill. .lulie Fitz-Gerald, 135 Charles Street, Boston 14, Mass. 'ludy Garnjost, 295 North Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. Arleen Hanrahan, 25 XVestw0od Drive, XV0rcester, Mass. Evelyn Higgins, 963 Centre Street, Newton Centre, Mass. Lucille joy, Old Battery Road, Bridgeport, Conn. Dorothy Killion, 180 P011d Street, jamaica Plain. Mass. Carole McKinney, 2 St. james Street, Boston 19, Mass. Nancy Lutes, Padanaram Road, Danbury, Conn. Patricia Murray, B0st011 Road, Billerica, Mass. Delma E. Sala, Guayanilla, P. R. Helen YVard Sperry, Nod Hill Road, XVilton, Conn. Elizabeth YVheelwright, Chesham, N. H. Virginia Yawman, 15 Elser Terrace, Rochester, N. Y. Clemencia Arango, Carrera 7, 372-49, Bogota, Colombia Claire Bacciocco. 2726 Johnstone Place, Cincinnati 6, Ohio Patricia Byrne. 18055 Hamilton Road, Detroit, Mich. Beatriz Castro, Diagonal 34, W4-56, Bogota, Colombia Mary Chisholm, 164 Forest Street, Vfellesley Hills, Mass. 'Ioan Comba, 28 Pearl Street, Milford, Mass. Florence Co11n0lly, ll Hilltop Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Maureen Cortelli, 15 Brewster Street, Plymouth, Mass. loan Costello. 28 Furnace Brook Parkway, Quincy, Mass. Rose-Anne Dognin, 670 Angell Street. Providence, R. I. Patricia Donovan, 1000 Park Avenue, New York 28, N. Y. Gail Ennis, 24 Vermont Ave.. Prospect Park, XVhite Plains, N. Y. Donna Haider, 637 Hill Road, XVinnetka, Ill. Sally Harty, 7701 Cherokee Street, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. Frances Johnston, 1937 Boston Blvd., Detroit 6, Mich. Marie-Therese blugeat, 194 Ascan Avenue, Forest-Hills. N. Y. Margaret Kirkpatrick, 385 Cambridge Street. Allston 34, Mass. Margaret Knapp, 3 Spring Street, Marshheld Hills, Mass. Patricia Leclaire, 347 Main Street, Oxford, Mass. Lois Lee McGrady. IO Sibley Avenue, Rochester 7. N. Y. Carolyn Morgan. 100 Stratford Street. Hfest Roxbury. Mass. Mary lane Moyles, 299 Carlield Place. Brooklyn 15, N. Y. Mary Nolan. 25 Vermont Street, XVest Roxbury 32, Mass. Yasuko Ohashi, 347 Teramaecho Kanazawa, Yokohama. Alapan Norma Parchment, 4 lNIerrick Avenue. Half XVay Tree. Jamaica, B.XV.I .lane Quigley, 106 Hlashington Street, Geneva, N. Y. Caroline Quinlan, Hillside Road, Greenwich, Conn. Elinor Reardon, 132 North Main Street. Sharon, Mass. Betty An11e Reilly, 27 Prince Street, jamaica Plai11, Mass. Maria Cristi11a Sanint, Carrera 23 W2157, Manizales, Colombia Kei Sato, 1656 Naka-cho. Sakurayama, Zushi, Kanagawa Prefecture Kuniko Sl1iobara, 102 Hanezawa, Shibuya, Tokyo, -Iapan Dalia Skudzinskaite, 699 East Fifth Street, South Boston, Mass. rxllll Logan Sperry, Nod Hill Road, XVilt0n, Conn. Helen SllllIVil1I, I2 Hazelton Road, Newton Centre, Mass. joan Trainor, 115 Corwin Road, Rochester, N. Y. IVinifred XVeber, 18654 xVIlClCIHC'l'C Road, Detroit 21. Mich. Eloise XVelch, Ledge Road, Newport, R. I. Nadia XVolanyk, 2707 Poe Ave., Clevelend 3, Ohio Margaret Blinstrub, 700 Longfellow Ave11ue, Detroit, Mich. Alice Bonin, 140 Beacon Street, Boston. Mass. Catheri11e Bren11an, 597 Fourth Street, Brooklyn 15, N. Y. Otilia Burbi, Carrera 5 3:25 A-38, Apt. 101, Bogota, Colombia Ursula C21lI2ll21ll, 3037 Van Alstyne Boulevard, IVyand0tte, Mich. Gloria Costa, Agustin Ahumada 1220, Mexico, D. F. IO Ann Carroll Cullom, 2 Gilmore Court, Scarsdale, N. Y. Mary Curra11, 42 IVayhurn Road, jamaica Plain, Mass. Elizabeth Dempsey, lYIOlIIgOlI1C1'y and Evergreen Aves., Chestnut I-Ii Philadelpl1ia, Penna. .Ioan Dillon. 66 Commonwealth Park, Newton, Mass. Marian DiMe11t0, 34 Claymass Road, Brighton, Mass. Clara de Francisco, Calle 48 318-24, Bogota, Colombia Kathryn Galvin, 4g IVIOIILIIIICIIK Ave11ue, Charlestown, Mass. Mary Ellen Garrity, 27 Cross Street, Uxbridge, Mass. Carole Gillis, 176 Millh11r11 Avenue, Millburn, N. Isabel Gomez, Calle 49 313-96. Bogota, Colombia Lucille Harrigan, 16584 Parkside Avenue, Detroit, Micl1. Mimi -Iohnson, 709 XV. 26th Street, IVinst0n-Salem, N. C. BIHTIOII Labourdette, 98 IV. Genesee Street. Skaneateles, N. Y. Marion Linehan, IO Myrtle Street, Belmont, Mass. Gloria Llaguno, Box 62, Monterrey N. L., Mexico Sheila McCarthy, 100 Thornton Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Sheila Mary McCue, 161 XVashington Street, Gloucester, Mass. Mary Ellen McKe0n, 219 Cl1urcl1 Road, rlxl'CllIIO1'C, Penna. Aileen Mannix, 1,16 Beach 1.18 Street, Neponsit. Long Island, N. Y. Evelyn Mellon, 103 XVoodbury Street, Providence, R. I. Sheila Murphy, 157 Langley Road, Newton Centre, Mass. Maryjo Nichols, 12770 Veronica Drive, YVyandotte, Mich. Mary Gail O'Donnell, 22688 River Road, Grosse Ile. Micl1. Danute Petronis, 1 Illebb Park, South Boston, Mass. Mary Prendergasl, 41 Hillcrolit JXVCIIIIC, IVorcester, Mass. Ann M. Rawson, 5.1 Hutchinson Road, Arlington, Mass. lane Slade. 36 Edgeinere Road, Grosse Poi11te, Micl1. Shirley Spencer. 285 Dana Avenue, Milton, Mass. Shirley Starrs, 263 Sonierset Street XVest, Ottawa, Ont., Canada .lean XVallace. 2523 Park Place, Evanston, Ill. Mary Ford Hlhalen, gl IOIIII Str:-et, Roslindale. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. SPONSORS Charles Bacciocco . Carl XV. Badenhausen Bernard R. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bergin Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Isabelle Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs C. P. Bonin John Brennan Palmer Buckley Dan Byrne . YV. Leo Cahalan Mr. and Mrs. John T. Canniff Mr. and Mrs. YValter J. E. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Casavant Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Clausen College of the Sacred Heart Grand Coteau Mrs. James H. Connors Convent of the Sacred Heart Halifax, Nova Scotia Convent of the Sacred Heart Vancouver, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. John YV. Costello Mr. and Mrs. Wlillialn F. Culloni Mr. and Mrs. David H. Fulton Miss Irene R. Good Mr. Samuel E. Hartford Mr. and Mrs. XVillian1 F. Heavey Mr. and Mrs. Frederic P. Hickey Mr. Daniel Paul Higgins Mr. and Mrs. joseph C. Higgins Mrs. Charles F. Hurley Dr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Leclaire Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Linehan Mr. and Mrs. Llaguno Miss Anne Justine Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Frank Madden Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mahony Mrs. Edward McCarthy Mrs. David McIntyre Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morgan. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. O'Brien Miss Marie Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Powell Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Shelly Mr. and Mrs. james F. Dealy Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Dillon Dr. and Mrs. Vincent AI. DiMento Mrs. Thomas F. Dolan, Miss Catherine Marie Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Dugan Dr. and Mrs. George A. Englert. jr Mrs. John C. V. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. George XV. FitzGerald Dr. and Mrs. John Spelhnan Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Starrs Stone Ridge. Country Day School Mr M 1 Mr. Mr. Mr of the Sacred Heart. XVashington, D. C. and Mrs. Cleveland Thurber and Mrs. James A. Trainor and Mrs. M. Hlallace and Mrs. XVilliam Hleber Victor G. Yawnian C mpliments f C. H. POCWELL COMPANY New York - Boston - Liverpool Compliments of Miss Marcia Dealy Richard White Sons, Inc. West Newton, Massachusetts GENERAL CONTRACTORS Waterproofing and Weatherprooifing Leaking Masonry Walls Above Ground Waterproo,fing Basements estern aterproofing Co., Inc. BOSTON 18 NEW YORK 17 BINGHAMTON Compliments of Newton College Shop Compliments of Charles P. Blouin, Inc. 275 Columbia Street Cambridge 39, Massachusetts Sheet Metal Work, Ventilating and Industrial Contractors El 4-6631 and 6632 L. C. Balfour Company Attleboro, Massachusetts "Known Wl1e1'ever There are Schools and Colleges" Class Rings and Pins Commencement Invitations Diplomas - Personal Cards Club Insignia - Medals 8 Trophies Represented by: Mr. Gene Manchester Attlehoro, Massachusetts CARLETON W. BERRY MOVING - PACKING . CRATING and STORAGE 119 Russell Street, Waltham 54, Massachusetts Phone WALTHAM 5-3929 BEST WISHES Mr. and Nlrs. Charles L. Slattery Chatsworth, California Jeanne d'Arc Academy Milton, Massachusetts Conducted by the Religious of Christian Education Academy of Notre Dame Select Boarding and Day School for Girls First Grade Through High School 2893 Washillgtoll Street Roxbury 19, Massachusetts Compliments of The Green Thumb Garden Center ROUTE 3A North Plymouth, Massachusetts A. Belanger a11d Sons, Inc. Weatherproofing Engineers 42 Brookford Street Cambridge 40, Massachusetts Telephone UNiversity 4-4200 H. P. BELANCER Compliments of a Friend Compliments of the W. J. MAGUIRE COMPANY Roofing and Sheet Metal Work Compliments of Boston Alumnae of the 74 Branch Street Sacred Heart Egypt, Massachusetts Convent of the Sacred Heart 1 East 91st Street New York, New York Duchesne Residence School 7 East 91st Street New York, New York Convent of the Sacred Heart City Line and Haverford Road Overbrook Philadelphia 31, Pennsylvania Convent of the Sacred Heart HARDY PRErARAToRY SCHOOL FOR BOYS 6250 Sheridan Road Chicago 40, Illinois Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart Purchase, New York EDEN HALL Convent of the Sacred Heart Boarding and Country Day School Torresdale, Philadelphia 14, Pa. Country Day School of the Sacred Heart 785 Centre Street Newton 58, Massachusetts Convent of the Sacred Heart Sault au Recollet MONTREAL, P. Q., CANADA Maryville College of the Sacred Heart 2900 Meramec Street Saint Louis 18, Missouri ELMHURST Convent of the Sacred Heart Boarding and Country Day School Providence 8, Rhode Island Academy of the Sacred Heart GROSSE POINT KENWOOD Academy of tl1e Sacred Heart Albany 2, New York COl1V6llt of the Sacred Heart N oroton on the Sound Norolon, Connecticut Compliments of a Friend MARTIN TORMEY'S Esso Service 15 CENTRE AVENUE La 7-9693 EANDEL PRESS, INC. Complete Printing Service 59 McBride Street, Jamaica Plain 30, Massachusetts ,IAmaica 4-0204 - 4-0205 3.24, Q om li111e11 f Fri n l C P ts 0 a 6 t First For Fashion Gowns, Suits, Furs, Millinery, Access s 77 Newbury Street, Boston The Alumnae of Newton College of the Sacred Heart Fraser Engineering Company, lne. Heating - Ventilating Sprinkler Installation Sprinkler Repairs 63 Court Street Newton 53, Massachusetts Decatur 2-3700 Benziger Brothers, lne. 95 Summer Street Boston 10, Massachusetts Ha 6-6330 Religious Articles Church Goods Vestments Books Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Gillis Complimnts of ,lane Tooher Sport Clotl1es, Inc. 711 Boylston Street Boston, Massachusetts Boylston Typewriter Service As Pioneers in the development of Medical Rei Ill- bursement Insurance., we are happy to have had th C privilege of formulating a plan for the students at 30 B0Yl5t0ll Street Newton College of the Sacred Heart. Boston, Maggaqllllggttg College, School and Camp Department SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS John C. Paige 8 Company All Makes - New Portables and Rebuilt 4,0 Broad Street, Bostoll Standard and Portable Typewriters' Portland. Maine - Los Angeles.. Calif. - New York City Home Specialties Co. Inc. John M. Walker, Pres. and Treas. Awnings - Shades - Venetian Blinds - Canopies Weatherstripping - Alumninum Combinations ' Doors and Windows -- Screens Conn - Air lnc. 7 NEWTON CENTRE Danbury, Connecticut Bigelow 43900 AIR CHARTER SERVICE T0 ALL POINTS Best Wislies to the Class of 1953 Mrs. Thomas J. Kelly J. J. FRIEL LOHII Broker Money Loaned on Personal Property, Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc. 1473 and 1475 BROADWAY 937 MYRTLE AVENUE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. 171-O3 JAMAICA AVENUE, JAMAICA, N. Y. To Our Sister Class Ave atque Vale Class of 1955 Compliments of Com liments of The Class of 1954 The Class of 1956 Compliments of Mr. and Nlrs. Ralph Reio Melloon Whatever America hopes to b g t p s in the world must first come to p heart of American . . . Dwight D. Eisenh International Relations Club John A. Volpe Construction Company Malden, Massachusetts John A. 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