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

 - Class of 1956

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St, Vincent's Hospital gfefen Cqheresa Qartko s'1'RA'rFoRD HIGH scHooL MAJOR: Sovial Sfiences Tzvas her thinking of others, made you think of her." Deans Honor List: Dean's List: once Freshman Forum Aspirant: 1, 'Z Hockey Team: 1 five times twice arie Ollllft, Je CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON MAJOR: Mathematirs "Gentle in personage, Conduct and equipage Noble by heritage, Generous and free," 1 argot Qourgeols NOTRE DAME ACADEMY, TYNGSBORO MAJOR: History "So unajected, so composed of mindg So firm, yet soft, so xtrong, yet so refined." Boston College School of Nursing: 1 Social Committee: 4- House Council: 4 Glee Club: 2, 3, 4- Vice President: 4 Junior Prom Committee Class Treasurer: 3, 4 Social Committee: 3, 4 Chairman: 4 House Council: 2, 4- Dean's List: once Glee Club: l, 2, 3 Dramatic Club: 4 Freshman Forum Catholic Action: l, 2, 4 Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 I. R. l, 2 Basketball Team: 1 Junior Prom Committee Gatllgfline l'Cll'lCQS I'QI'U'lClI'l, SAINT SAVIOUR HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: English "There was a star danced and under that was I born." :5.,,..,1.....M, zlI'SUlG mGI'l'C GC1lLCl!Cll'l, ale ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART, GROSSE POINTE MAJOR: Philosophy "The reaxon firm,th12 temperate will, Enduranre, foresight, strength and .vkill." Class Vice President: 3 Student Government: 3 House Council: 3, 4 Dean's Honor List: once Dean's List: once Glee Club: 1, 2, 3 French Club: I Liturgical Choir: 1 Aspirant: 1, 2 I. R. J.: 1 Junior Prom Committee Georgetown Visitation Junior College Glee Club: 2, 3 Qgjanalra arie eres WALSINGHAM ACADEMY MAJOR: History "A little work, alittle play To keep us going - and xo, good-day! A little warmth, a little light Of louels bextowing - and xo, good-night."' Gfy . GOl!M'lS NORWOOD HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: Social Sciences A cheerful temper joined with innocence Will make beauty attractive, knowledge delightful, and wit good-naturedf' Regis College: 1, 2, 3 House Council: 1, 2, 3 Freshman Forum Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club: 1, 2, 3, 4- Secretary-Treasurer: 2 Vice President: 3 Spanish Club: I Class Parliamentarianz H11 arm!! GU!lOlTl SCARSDALE HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: History "Love sought is good, but given unsought is betterf' glizaoetlz Seton empsey, cfe SPRINGSIDE SCHOOL MAJOR: Social Sciences 'fBlest with ll taste exact, yet unconjined, A knowledge both of books and human kind." House Council: 4 Glee Club: l Freshman Forum: Vice President Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 Dramatic Club: 2, 3, 4 Secretary: 4 I. R. J.: 4 Bradford Junior College Cvlee Club: 3 Catholic Action: 3, 4 TGC? QOH-OUGII CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NOROTON, CONNECTICUT MAJOR: History "A happy-tempered bringer of the best ou! of the worstf, . ,,,, B4 argaret glizabetlz Cboyfe STRATFQRD HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: Social Sciences "In all her work we see with clarity the motto of her heart--sincerity." St. Vincent's Hospital Student Government: 4- Social Committee: 3 House Council: 4 Glee Club: 1, 2 I. R. C.: 3, 4 Catholic Action: I, 4- Missions: l, 4 Senior Ball Committee I !, gfatliryn gfallihan Qafvln HOLY CROSS ACADEMY MAJOR: Social Sciences "The hand that made you fair hath made you good." ,M ary gffen Qarrity UXBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: Education -'Thaw who bring sunxhine to the lives of others cannot keep it from therrzvelz-e.v."' House Council: 1 Glee Club: 1, 2,4 Freshman Forum I. R. C.: 3 Catholic Action: l, Aspirant: 1, 2 Missions: 1, 2 Christmas Carnival C0-Chairman: 2 2 Freshman Forum I. R. C. :'2, 4 N.F.C.C.S. Commission: 3, -lf Regional Chairman: 3 International Relations Club Commission: 3 Dramatic Club: l I. R. J.: 1 Junior Prom Committee C1l'OlQ mGI"ldI1I1tQ Qfzffzs GAR KNOLL SCHQOL of thc' HOLY CHILD M.-XJOR: History "Oh.'1hen I mu' her eye was bright, A zvell of love, a spring of light." K!! ucllfe gherese gfartigan, cfe ACADEMY of the SACRED HEART, LAWRENCE AVENUE MAJOR: Philosophy "True merit, like a river, the deeper it ii, the less noise it makesfj Class Vice President: 4 Student Government: 4 House Council: 2, 4- Glee Club: 1 I. R. C.: 2, 4- Freshman Forum French Club: 1 Liturgical Choir: 1 Aspirant: 1, 2 Basketball Team: 1, 2 Hockey Team: 1, 2, 3 Athletics Representative: 3 Junior Prom Committee University of Lausanne: 3 House Council: 1 N.F.C.C.S. Delegate: 2 Freshman Forum: President I. R. C.: 2, 4 President: 4 Catholic Action: 4 French Club: 1 arian arcefle cfaoourcfette CQNVENT of the SACRED HEART, KENWOOD MAJOR: Social Sciences "We know the truth, not only by the reason, but also by the heart." :QE Q M ZW' ' . 'E ary gbatricia early, Je URSULINE ACADEMY MAJOR: Social Sciences "So mild, so merciful, so strong, .vo good, So patient, peaceful, loyal, loving, pure." Regis College: 1 Class Secretary: 4 Yearbook Business Manager Social Committee: 4 Glee Club: 2 Dramatic Club: 3 Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 Aspirant: 2, 3 Glee Club: 1, 2, 3 Freshman Forum Catholic Action: 3, 4 Aspirant: 3, 4 French Club: 2 Liturgical Choir: 3, 4 Newspaper Staff: 2, 3, 4 Feature Editor: 4 Literary Circle: 2, 3 Missions: 3, 4 . Yearbook Staff Literary Editor: 4 . anion ine an BELMONT HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: English "Know that the simple wisdom of being kind Is greater than all the wisdom ofthe wise." .,Zl'!QQI'I, OSQ Glllllx CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, GREENWICH TVIAJORZ Mllsic "That is the wont of Ihose dear people who have chamzg they are .vo terrible to do zcithoul, when once you have got accuxtomed to Ihem and all their ufaysf' Class Treasurer: 1 Class Secretary: 3 Social Committee: 1, 3 Glee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 Presiclent: 4 N.F.C.C.S. Commission: 4 Liturgical Choir: 1, 2, 3 Junior Weekend Chairman Senior Prom Committee University of Madrid: 3 Senior Ball Chairman Class Secretary: 1 Dean's List: 3 times Glee Club: 1, 2 I. R. C.: 2, 4 Catholic Action: 1, 2 President: 4 Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 I. R, J.: 2, 4 Literary Circle: 4 Christmas Carnival Chairman: 9 Social Committee: 1 Qgyaeila gfalne mcearthy, ACADEMY of NOTRE DAME, ROXBURY MAJOR: Philosophy "Elegant as simplicity, and warm as ecxtasyf' Q Sally Em mCGa1'ty LOWELL HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: Art "Mott arts require long .vtufly and applicationg but the mort useful art of all, that of plearing, requires only lhe desiref, Marymount College: 1 Glee Club: 2 Aspirant: 2 Athletics: 2 Dramatic Club: -1- Science Club: 4 Yearbook Staff: Assistant Art Editor Junior Prom Committee Class President: 1, 2 Student Government: 1, N. S. A. Delegate: 3, 4 N. S. A. Commission: 3, Dean's List: three times Freshman Forum I.R. C.: 2, 3,4 Vice President: 4 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff: Photography Editor 2,4 4 4 Clfy g!!QI'L mC-WQO41 CONVENT of thc SACRED HEART, OVERBROOK MAJOR: Education "The heart to 'L-onzfince, The understanding to direct, The hand to execute." ,Q ,xi gvelyn gfthea efloon ACADEMY of the SACRED HEART, ELMHURST MAJOR: English "Let this suffice, by this conceive the rest, She Jhould, she could, Jhe She dia' the best." would, Dean's List: once Glee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 Catholic Action: 4 French Club: 1 Wheat and Cockle Staff: 2 Liturgical Choir: l, 2, 3, 4 Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 Literary Circle: 2, 3 Regis College: 1 House Council: -1- Dean's List: once Glee Club: 2 I. R. C.: 4 Catholic Action: 4 Wheat and Cockle Stuff: fl, 4 Aspirant: 2, 3 Newspaper Staff: 4 N.F.C.C.S. Commission: 4 an ice nn uryahy, cle JEANNE d'ARC ACADEMY MAJOR: English "There will be always one or two who hold Earthls coin of less account than fairy goldg Their treasure, not the spoil of crowds and kings, But the dim beauty at the heart of things." C9lLQl'!Cl urpfzy, de NEWTON HIGH SCHGOL MAJOR: History "Here is a dear and true industrious friend." Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 Dcarfs List: four times Glee Club: 1, 2 Student Government: 2 House Council: 4 Dean's List: four times Freshman Forum Catholic Action: 1, 2, 4 Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 Newspaper Staff: 3, 4 Dramatic Club: 4 I. R. J.: 1, 2 Glee Club: 2 Basketball Team: 1 Hockey Team: 1, 2 N.S.A. Commission Junior Prom Committee S' ary Qui! Qimonnefl cfe ACADEMY of the SACRED HEART, GROSSE POINTE MAJOR: English "To see her is a picture, To hear her if a tune, To know her an inlemperance Ai innocent ax june." 86111 CZI'QI'l CQ QOHOQ UQ URSULINE ACADEMY MAJOR: History ffshe had a complete ignorance of everything a woman does not need to knowf' Regis College: 1 Yearbook Editor: 4 Deanis List: twice Glee Club: 2 I. R. C.: 3, 4 Catholic Action: 2, 3 Missions: 2, 3, 4 Aspirant: 2, 3, 4 Literary Circle: 2 Glee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 Catholic Action: 4 Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 Spanish Club: l Yearbook Staff: Assistant Photography Editor ary Gatherine Qrendergast, 8 cfe CLASSICAL HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: Education "I have no other but a w0man'5 reasonj I think him so because I think him Jo," ACADEMY 0 .ae it -V 0118 'LLSCZIIIIQ CSYCZJQ f the SACRED HEART, GROSSE POINTE MAJOR: Education "Ambition is heavenlx own incentive to make purpose great and achieverrzent greater." House Council: 4 Freshman Forum Catholic Action: 2, 4 French Club: 2 Liturgical Choir: 1, 2, 3, 4 Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 Athletics: Senior Representative Dramatic Club: l, 2, 3, 4 President: 4 I. R, J.: 1, 2 Science Club: 4 Vice President: 4 Basketball Team: 1, 2, 3, 4 Hockey Team: IQ 2, 3 Yearbook Staff: Art Editor University of Madrid: 3 Dean's List: once Glee Club: 1, 2, 4 Catholic Action: 4 French Club: 1, 2 Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 irley ary pencefg 8 cfe JEANNE d'ARC ACADEMY MAJOR: Spanish "What stature is she of? just as high as my heart." X Hz mild Cslhlrley CSjfCll'l'S, cle . CONVENT of the SACRED HEART. SAULT-a MIAJOR: Mocle'rn Languages " We never know lzozv high we are Till we are called to rife: .4n1lthen,if:i'e are true tn plan, Our MlIll1l7FYl0l1l'l1 the Skier." u-RECOLLET Class President: 3, 4 Student Government: 3, 4 President: 4 Social Committee: 4 House Council: 1, 3, 4 Dean's List: three times Freshman Forum Catholic Action: 4 French Club: 2 Dramatic Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Team: 2 Salve Regina College: l, 2 House Council: 4 Glee Club: 3 Catholic Action: -1- Aspirant: 3, 4 glecmor g!l.ZCl6QllL cgajqf coNv13NT of thc SACRED HEART, ELMHURST MAJOR: History "A tender heartg a will inflexible." ean arte Wafface, Je CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, CHICAGO MAJOR: Education "True and tender and bravefand just, That man might honor and woman trustf, Class Treasurer: 2 Social Committee: 2 House Council: l, 2 Glee Club: 1, 2 Liturgical Choir: 1, 4 Athletics: 1, 2 Secretary: 2 House Council: 4 Dean's List: once Dean's Honor List: twice Glee Club: 1, 2 . Catholic Action: 4 Aspirant: 1, 4- N.S.A. Commission: 4 Dramatic Club: 3, 4 Yearbook Staff: 4 Assistant Literary Editor Chairman, Hazing Committee: 2 Junior Prom Committee Clfy Cgzfd !lfUlla!Q1'l GIRLS' LATIN SCHOOL MAJOR: Philosophy "True tri! ix nature to advantage dre.v5'a' What oft zraf thought, but ne'er so well exprexsed. fr K, x. y- : E Q FRESHMEN xl fi To each Freshman, the beginning of college life is a unique experience, but, looking back, we can see that the first few weeks at Newton this year were remarkably similar to September, 1952. 3 Q za 4-'55 .,-Y mf! ' 1 g X., V y -K6 'L s- ,441 rf Q Studying the Bulletin Boards is a favorite pastime for freshmen,- and for all of us. And we End that Newton is often in the news. 9 A 5. - 1 31 . s 11-ik I zxf' ' v M-Q 4 - P Big .170 J: ,W ru' Y, sw- 'W ' ii 5 A .4 .-f' There were many new faculty members in our last year. Left to right: Mr. Curran, Miss Hall, Mrs. Brzezinski, Miss Carey, Mr. Davis, Mr. Lynch. '9- A But we all got acquainted at the Freshman-Faculty Picnic. 5 .Gum E " i'--V ' F""2f A? " ,gi if' self .-. ' - -nann- v'9"" ,, ' NA ,H Winter or spring, books are in vogue. V H M, ,, ,. '1',,,,.., ,,. ., , .W . ff F, , ,ff 94 , an , , ,,,,'f,:n 'W ,,M,w"Q,"' 1 ,,, - V ,,,,,w 63 Wirral 'Q wg rg, , 1-V ,fm M ' MW . , My V :A A H, 10. M' we ' I'-'z'Wf4f w f ww, ,, , we ,va-,Kf ,,,,, una' ' V . ,M wav 9' Q ,'f"" rl' an Al ,. W, ,. f -,. ,Ma- x 1 :fp-1 ., mv r . ,,, rw E Q 1 ,,,...4'x A is -V V ,-, --0 1,1 , W .Ax-. " W 59 X ,, , ,A , if 4 X ,, Q wx 'GW' ff few--Q.. A -'4"wsu,w-,,.,m,A,' 3, "V-wsnmar.-m-zz, I ' -f' fi nf., -. :qi 1. J. Sweeney, S. Collins, M. A. Mahar, and J. Laird leave Cushirig for a 9:00 o'clock class. . 0 -0 fs. 3 A-T s -s' -'H 53' 4' 'FA " 4.-Q 5:91 Q- , 594 YV 'v A W, he MM, 'N -.fE!b,5kk5' 2 r-an-fg 3, , Urs j . .,,. A. .- ' N ,s-.if v A .S ' 1 ,, .4 15 4 N 4 T -4 ' 'fl' P. Dolores Seeman, President Below: Lee Donnelly, Vice-President .pt 3 .. .f ,,,,,,m. A- H f RQ: "'-'-i?".,.,:',, K "ary, . V , 1 left: Joan Coniglio, Treasurer ganna FRESHMEN OFFICERS Mary Pat Curran, Secretary 1 I , I 5 if V 1, 'Q 1 fq Y f- -Vf. 422 , , ,, 1 .-L --A, . l . f 17. ,N ii Vi A holiday in Boston . . Almost inevitably, on her first trip to Boston, a Freshman will find the Boston Public Library, take a walk through the Public Gardens, and climb Beacon Hill to the State House. - .- ,- ,. W . h H A H 4 - , .Q H , ' f , Qll H ., . ' Q : ' -"-Q '-P-' ' , , . 4 Q-X av an X .1 , xi" , :em fb I 1 I 1 Y., , ai, . - N. -. , .. Yjww. - dv- W5 Q- 1 - NM vs R M., ya. 3 a "WA-V " -Y sv. Q -Q4 21 ...W XX 'ff' .ki Q ,, wt. E Lf A Y! V. A1 1 1 v ,. 1 L. gs.: -Q x ' " w P' , ' ' '.:...4 -' -' - ....... , 8 ' ' ' v- . r.. x JE , ' ' -"VJ-I: un.. 'LW' A , wvk-v'ro The M3-i0r ClllbS "lVhich one shall I choose?" is always a question for Freshmen. I- R- C- looks interesting . . . Jo Englert, Treasurei, Mimi Labourdette, President, Mary Ellen Melieon, Vice-President, and Mary Ann Beattie, Secretary, Catch up on the latest world news. 'QQ' II1 rl an X 'f 'V . K 5 , ' ' , Xx xivgxx XMB m . f X., 7 f' 2541 fin li 2 iff Bum docs the DRAMATIC CLUB . . Hunsie Dempsey, Secretary, Jane Slade, President, Anne Marshall, Treasurer and Jane Sughrue, Vice-President, discuss plans for the coming production. 'Wi i 1 i 3 X 1 I E E 4 , . E X 1 1 .155 v l3m,1f,4 .,,, TP 9.1 x 4 f- . .gud .vw ."g 1.' i V J: l K Q 5 , 7 - -. I ' mu, gf ngw.. ,I E A' "W r -4' fl g ' 1.1 A . ',+.v ,'f:'3" .K -A-,. . .. .-IQ " 'L "ul I E 2 ' . fm X . .f1r- ., Q., "' A-be 1'f 34 ,Fr 1. -.N asv ' as '- 1 2 x , . , v,5f" v ' 1 ::f"f:,' 55 . " 'ne- 'Gag ,rx A 1 .A-5 1- 4 SO 5 ' . - 11, w 0' QAV' xi' gl -:JV .an 41- jsdv I! .11- 1 .r K . Q2 .Q Q V A',, fi E i 1 3 3 fl- THE GLEE CLUB OFFICERS L. to r.: Aileen Mannix, President, Margot Bourgeois, Vice-President, Sandy Thomson, Business Manager, Jobie Medart, Treasurer, Anne Labadie, Secre- tary, and Martha Dwyer, Librarian. Like ourselves, the freshman soon felt enough at home to get along without their parents. ef-6,33 'wr ,V ,N v in forget their old pastimes 7 L' ho' , - - ' - r- - hi 'T Yr A .4 .' r' M sv. N f X - ' . '-ww K ' "H" 3' f tk, We f ' ' -. -it QQ I if ' ' J ' ' ' 5 ' ,. ' Q l" "'f-' Z- 0 : . ,. , J., . . ' X- 1 ' 1 wc: ' 'fl -2 ' ' If .1 .. "..ixo'f?v':'3"Q. ' . 'S' , 1 4 4. ,bi-ee' nm r , . .., .4 .Q . ,,.-wg , , I' I -s A V ,' ,U.l,,,. J x M-K ,vfyg 'Q 3 rj ' 5 g". f N V, 2 1 1 if ' . a . 1.23, and enjoy Newton, including the Snack Bar l. to r.: K. Dowling, D. Seeman, P. Nessralla, G. Gallagher, J. Frantz, A. Foley, J. Schaeffner. x ' JI :rf 5- K -t - 'A' W Ah gtg gf 34 I! I wus. I QTI1 ' lrh HI VV!! N lllill wuz! ng nun llll Az llll :pu 'll ull gg lfdllgg llll i v un, A KI 1 . .. ,.. ,.. , "'4'?'1f. S- ,W .L-, .,. 1 '44 Q.-. 4 . ...L 'f-rj Y- - '2'jAl11L..H- ' ww f . .-. -, - ,Q '-4,. 1. 1 f 1. 1 -f ,V . ' 12" r r I' , 5 t ,M ', .gl 1 ,gg 4 V' X- 0 v b -fr . N2 ' f -rx.Qf4k,:.f, ,. - 'R ' ' x if . . x MV'-s ,JL - tf r, rg I -1 if my x I I . - 1 1-1 ' v . t P lk 16-. w Vx, , f 'fi-5 M is X , , vig, ,, -'4- 1... 'QE4' ' 'V a FWQQKEQ 'F A I . A. A -r f Nlrfxx , N ' E s - ,s-I5 .,k ,.g'E,,: Q' J' H ' aff' . -a In I n ., , ' -- . 1 cifv' ' f-r':f'- -- ' V . , -3'--zz,-,g ' . ,,,,,-.1 Q .uf -N . 1. . - , .1 . ' xi' ' ' 'Us - ' . ,. gf" , X M. FQ- 1" .,',J'..s-4 IP' 4 - ' ' ---E- A SOPHOMORES Sheila Quinlan Vice-President Jo Englert President udy Donovan Secretary SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Lucy Reuter, Treasurer W, ,,, V , 1 Yi r , , 5 ri x 1 . N' IM Q Kiki-1 gif ",, 4 Helen McLachlan and Judy Young IFN B ,4'5, uri. M X W. 'I . wg, l , ' V In . , ,fl K i 7- ,E ,ig '-, 'Q . iff!! Q .JL ' 'xi-fb ff- 1 X, J..- -4. , ,W , :MW 'N x--Ami- '-N .. Fm' this yc-ans Sopholnores. as for us, "back to school" meant Z1 return to fnmiligir pcfoplc and places. '.aa'f-S-'f Rosalie MeGrory, Margie George, and Mary Jane Eagan Mary Quirk and Mother Kenny X -var s 2-1- if. ,ali 2 A e ,' 6' , W 'l g , A5 EEY Q . 2 - LA:-L fn-ZA I r F r 'W Q :?:mm,f bf Q' "--A .,,f 5 IW' 5,1 71 , .gg Ji ,fr ,,,, ,. 4 , ., ,,., 1 ,. X- ln our second year at Newton our interests widened. A. and above: Mary Ellen McKeon, Delegate and Sandy Thomson, Alternate. ' i Q R l X - ' 5: ' ,- N . L N 3 2 l l M v sb Y . , A - ' 99' .L V : E ,,. I-I..-a ll. -:ll . '15- :'i' ,' :' 'gli-iv. - .1 :ge . 4 v .A And of course we met broader Helds of study. N. F. C. C. S Offered new opportunities. left: Mary Corbett, Alternate and Margie Craig, Delegate. ' 677' -I. Slade, S. Thomson and Dononvan tn' a new experiment can 'X -ASA Q., we mf W ,- fX M. Egan, J. Scannell and M. A. Beattie work hard for I. R. Uur Clays are always crowded with class, clubs and of course, studying. To Kate Doyle Crightl, the Deans secretary, a vote of thanks is in order for helping arrange such a complicated schedule. , , fi' NKQSW ' ,-7, 4' Q "M -1 I-Z V. K ls lgx- . x W EE, l 1 1 1 P . Q ,QQXQM I. gf Q gz- Qtxxgyw 1 VV K . V 5 ,w .Awbw iw . 1 X, N 'N-K ' ' 1 JW-I. U , 'A' . , -wt-wx W 'Saiewv ,,,. llQ"liE3ii l":f ' ' N N .l,' ,,...-f m?:E'5-- 'cs vi? 1- cza 7 t 5 R Boning up for exams. Y 31 SSE? LJ? Q x . ,.k,, V -fx Sider .F C... K"'1 'L--, -Q -it? With winter comes beauty: -Q! the beauty of nature and A 1 Q: ' lf, I". N J. I Q A., L.. , ' ' A' " .. 'P' . I 35 . -tg Y E signs of the beauty of grace. ,,-- 315' 925 .sl- C I U ff . 4 ' '53 ' a at F' x EMA? Q s 5 4 , ,gg .9-3 ' -. 1. f .." 1? , 32, ' , A 2 I I q 1 Q! 1 9' Q ' , ? ' . gig., .r 'W :SNWVFWW 1 mx , ,v'Y ' my A . Y' 1 1 'A' 4,1," , . 4:,.f,... ,,,,, .V Sv-c--....,-v- ""'f3.::q 1 ,A X 4 . . . 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R f -55: ' r 2 'r Mx J K Qi 5.1 Is-f 2 , ,,, , mfg '- 9 A FQ 5 ' 1 ug? I 1 M, - f we ?ff"SI e Q Q- w e Q! - 'f Ye Mi ' R: 3. 8-' ' ' V, " . 'l 3 ' ,. ,i':yEit" Si I ,' 'f ', 5 1 Q 5 ' ,gr N xi X , 'fi .Q .. fix . A . ' ff pw X ' Vu? e 4 2 1 - Q N I I K, -, r I ' i ' s . 1 3 .- A 2 " V y 'Q , Yi lm' " A - Wm. .1. P' 5 ,W ea F . 4 T421 f f' gg, ' ' " ' I ,,.4 4' - f, f' we Wm 'M Some of our happxest tlmes were shared with our parents as on Fathers Week end above and lower right? and at Janet Stuart Guild luncheons and teas Q 1 ""!l!lwuu..,,, .gf vwviiisiif gk 9 75 i , ev , x v fav. ,t S'.,r-Q" ,... ,,,, 1 ' UL ' .-wwf" ' , Z -L, -f t - -.,.-:ggi 5 HJ Te E 31' A 3? ,, bv, ., .,-X-xl ,fr t x' X vw , 22':Qk2f-il - X if , Milliletie Association Basketball stands high on the list of college favorites A .4 1 i '- . ' ' M Officers: Carol Healy, Molly McHugh, Jane Slade and Mary Jane O'Cor1nell ..-"' Y ,.r-I, f' uf ,Lf ,,- iv. f ,- - , ,v 4- ,..fw 'H -"..-- ",,..f- ,--f' -,...a J' 4 I N 1.1- 0 ,Q 5 C Q.. .B Q s V Y ' 6 1 A' s v Q?-'g """ "v"' ' 4, F -irQfJ" 'X , A"-i --sf .3 Y- sf .1 l 4 N C ,gx 'Y' x rw W? ' 'L ga i TF" K- , -E' ' I gr Q fp ' A 4 'Ji Jill U51 YVC: had a wonderful time! The Sheraton Plaza is the scene of many gaieties! 1 ,lf .E .FY JJ.. ,aff-4 WMM JUNIOR WEEKEND ,Til ? ff., 1 ' ax'-,,, ., .j ., 'Veg 'num 1 ...ns P has XN cg Balloons, Toulouse masks, and fans transforrr formal Beaux- I. yd i ,N autrec silhouettes, le Playhouse for the rts Ball x "xxx "' '- df-ww-3 ,: Qriwgx Ar lg ' 1 .N -'YW :iw -.ii I, P 1 .N v .xvwk -1- --1 K: Q., . . - AMX . .,., , .V . NNW. - X s . ex wx-'fa fn 2' wg t . i riffs 2 Y v, l N t 1 it S pw., 'Q Q' , as . 'Ng A1 xxx N Y gt ii, Y...., 1 , 'HN -X 1 A iv t 5 ,.,.,,, . . nu.. , tw . A , i 'T c 6 i ry. v ,-Mp.:-mb?" "QRS-r aww 1 Tl KA ' - N..-,A wo 293233 fuk M44 1 1 E 1' , , W -wg, W., v Y, I f"4a klifg' A " i-' -W -, BW X September of our Senior year, this dormitory for a hundred girls opened its doors - a welcome addition to our campus. v JUNIOR Wfrapping presents for the Christ Child Christmas Party are Black, N. Bowd- ring, N. Harvey, H. Riley, N. Bowen, Hanlon, W. Madden, C. Joyce, M. Gilmore, C. A. Burke, S. Cote, E. Conley and C, MeCurdy. KALE1DoSCoPE Sgr., -i' Q ii. 'a 'K 5? M K it if i Pat Hinchey confers with Moth- er Santen, Registrar and Pro- fessor of Freshman and Junior Theology. . e ', j N , 4...-.sfg. xiii Fri" jp, 1 I -f - ,rl , A v,. ji, . 'i 4,5 ' 7-if 1 H I A . ., . E .li 9 I if ,,,l 15.41, It X .5 ,QL t It 1 ' V' i wi, Af -- .T I f 1 YI, ik' 'I M. O'Connell, M. Craig, David, M. Gerin-Lajoie, Ii. Doyle, M. Cun- ningham, and C. Connolly play with Mr. Norman's dog, Daphne, in Cushing Lounge. The Ring Banquet We like the Juniors, were very proud of our Newton rings N 351 x 1 ,--1' T Winter turned to Spring- Senior year was almost here! I 'A' -Ivy. . QI. -- Wy 9 M afifjx 2'5" .. A f 9' ,., "N .NFVQ V4-I ff V x J 1. 'F ,. 2 L. I r: is Q . K. T, I 5 -, K, X , gs. ,,,.., . - A N ',qf.4- . 1 xx Q, .nf if 5 1 , . X I if N v 'F K xi I A A 1 .i.l - ax if 'Q 'Q 5 ef NEG" 'NZ A .- 5 ' . I Q 1 L - -I 1 ct, Ax.--Q -4 Q .K V -1 ,. . -1 - ,-5 . ,A . 'N f Q x - Kg rf ON av-, ' . ,, .,x, X Q 'S N I - F , . , ...J I. W R4 all Wx f,x ' Wa in fr.. . J.. ,- 1 a ,Neff ' 'S N t " ALAX ' I3 ,t L Q I y . f-.,.n ' ' .ml -' x' :lv I- Alt J x A AV' X xx J 8 W Aga fm , , , "- V v - 1 " ' " ' W' V --Y -r 4' K' Q M ' 4 .vi .4 it Al X p 1 ,if y Q ,J 4 a, J' . ' hir' 5' x ' 1 A Uh ' nf ' yin? x Aga D A , A -,V I L6 ,Q 3 it kts, go KI 4 j' S i N 1 If ' B ' 75 Vi 1.-,I ' . .. . xv. ' N, - M -5.--'QQ -4- - SENIORS if , 3 , . Jviiliif' fvfmb... Q X -NVQ 5 9 3. ' x ,t Y Y C x. if' A . Sn, , x ,,x.,., .-V,-. fl:-X K .,,- .gwf Pat Leary, Secretary .wikrsf I ,R 51 r x' A 2' N Q S p, f .CD , 1 Y gl 5 . fx. ' -me, 4? IB 1 ,Mx .Alwgcs X f N Q q mf- ff SX, X iz" I " '53 rm .vs ,5 ,J -1 -y , , ,. f 11 I J V A ah X, 5158: , Q, K , , X2 glxf . -, - ,: . Nr.-': -' ' K '+. gk: 3 y gf n 4. Vx, , .5-7, ' 1 7: 4 G-Ziff W .- : V. ' gi:-3 2 -,. .Y N M . ,, . Q ,- -. I- ' tx' ' ' Is' Ar ., ' 'W' gif: U by " ' ww- 'RJ ,. 'W' --F vi -Q fr f fsmR+-,1:, nQ x ."'1jE:j:f'lAw"f- .thtitgg-.-,,,.R, Y Q-:l,:i. "f' ..f.fs:wgr W sg l -.-,-g-:mfxf:5.- x5E3 .3- gm, fT,..g:m:5- 'f "mi--2 - .1 v,,.fQv, K. ,Q - I 1 FW" 'fi . 'RJ-l3i'T4tQQ. . pllllllll j55:rv0'?'5lI frnmeiel. Lucille Hartigan Vice-President SENIOR OFFICERS b Q Shirley Starrs, President Cathy Brennan, Treasurer 4 I-ir? 'T 'S ,Lx " .uw-, 'Vi-.if ' Zfi "sa an 5 3. 5 1 w FZ! -.0 on -a Jr' 'fi 'fv , , I A-'. J 331 55 Y X if qi? Leadership prepares us for the future STUDENT GOVERNMENT RW Above: Cathy Brennan, Chairman of Social Committee and Shirley Starrs, President of Student Government discuss plans. '71 K N ,..., We . J' , W Ji.. -fm az-,195 KS! EE: WH B63 Q36 it H55 555555 if umm, -2 Hman wang , f mm W Ei wt, :X ix 1 -mggmx'svrS"f"'y ii Wi ,,..-1- -,,...--- 3 1 2 A K : 1 "" 1- ' ir E 1' 9 5 I .vw HQ wet 2 :-ff' Q 12 Ti A i t a'5'?35'f' 12 X Cathy Brennan chairs the weekly meeting of the Social Committee SOCIAL CUMMITTEE v -no ...,, -A gnu!!! ' u f N X Q' 'L Nb X X4 .-., 4 mQ..f.fQw kj . """,." gnnawf-M 3001401 iilw R CCATHULIC ACTION Ollicers, Sheila McCarthy, Barbara Bireley, Judy Scannell and Liz Doyle discuss plans for the Newman Club Forum with Mother Santan, Moderator. S x -K 72 -'rf' if ,Lv- r i 1-1 l fl . be '?9 Lectures and Symphony are favorite off-Campus pastimes. Sheila McCarthy, Nfary Ann Beattie, Carol Gillis and Nlary Ellen MCKeon meet Jaques Nlaritain at Brandeis University. ..,. ,fp ,JAWJ C g V15 .,,,,,, 4-fbi 4. f , ., ,,w,g,.,,..,.,.,. 0- 0 -AA .. ,... ,,,,,,,,. my -, r X.,, 41,V,,,,m,,g, .. . ......,.-.. ,......--- J' 1 , a s i :- ,........-4-,4...wa-a- x,: ' . . rw 4 A ' 'J w ---A-Mfff' The Boston Public Library N-.,.,,, "NNN ' f X X - 4. I , f' 1 f 'QS ., .s X I X 1 .' f' sf ,I ' 'mu X A uw cm Q SM. 1 1 4 .f L,.. - -A ' A N W, h A -- 4. ,tkkz-95:5 'g ,, 'Sgr , , Q 'Q Q: If 1, -5 ,v ., ? 11 .1 M . :fa 1' - -- 35223 P1 - f Y-.':i-j',Q31 '12 " 2 If 1" I -I", ' If 1 ' , fxfj-3g1,:':',i, j'y.j.q. , . .V a.11a-.ff--fgfx' ww ifki'f'- A necessary haunt when writing a thesis! Housewarming Parties are traditional at Newton .-nsvl""' N. Hardey 'Wins fb- 5 as N'-1 ,?, X ,sg Ao Duchesne ...a 9 ...,.. YT S x: me fix. Cushing f S. 3 -4 1 . --,.. I Archbishop Cushing blcsscs thc building - Spring, 1955 Breaking ground for a new wing, Spring, 1954 Ready for occupancy, Fall, 1956 Tlll' Ill' 2:42 ser- 'xiii Vllf Fill: The growth of STUART HOUSE symbolizes our four years here at Newton Xi ggi, x CHILDREN OF MARY VBI C!3XPl' MS ET K' k Xf7V? FDEVS IB! EST 4 L 1 Kncc-ling: E. Doyle. M, Sullivan, E. Popv, G. O'Donncll, M. Prvndcrgast C. Bronnan, M. Craig, N. L. Haas, Standing: P. Peck, B. Birelcy, J. Donovan, E. Conley, S. Starrs, A. Nooncy, R. Avkerson, N Bowcn, A. Bonin, M. E. McKcon. and S. Mc'Carthy lst row: L. Rvutcr, L. Hartigan S. Spcncvr, E . Dsrnpscy. U. Cahalan, H. Craig. 2nd row: A. Hanley, J. Murphy, D. Russell, M, Mahar, J. David. J. Wallace. 3rd row: S. Kennedy, S. Mannix, P. Leary, V. Little, D. Gonzales S. Carroll, and D. Seoman 1 My ' , www Sifwk uifsa P im Vlgnettes of Llfe And . . 6 , NA. ffllllllfl Ili! lr Ai ui K. LJVQ- 'S I gifs 1,--Q' Y .df . f a ' - Q. ' 4, . ,- . 1. 1 .QV 1' ,N . . . . ,, A , ,. sw-.,Tf'.Lf' "'7,' I .1'.f.' J' " ' hw- ' 1 41'-Q Y "'-gy 'Q -Q. r Q au A 'NX'-gy ,, x nr 5 vs Kg v a ziliaaaazziez k 5 -'i ,U 18' ,J 1 if dv, r, 6, . . --rx-r --Q -17 ..x.,'.,,..w..-Q-ww ww'-ev-fear . ,, -.g,1""'-x""""i.1,.,..-'ff-fa, , -M - 4-,J Qnvvw-4. """"W' -sy! K '-TP Y.,,,, f .X XX .. l, ,f t .7 Q. I ' E+' Indoors I We M or W W W FT Mr. Fitzgibbon instructs us in Philosophy 'H rr. 1 Q J 3 ,Z ,,.f -----mi., 9 . ,H V'-gp-,KP . ,,,,,.--,.....--s 1---1 -5- r V. f'-- , Q - 1 'Apr' ,,, .:- -,3 ' mv , ., A 'lx ' 3,5 4 Q as af . If Lei ' .....i 'Y -A 34? .g li-l a, -A., ww :Vg e . Qi . 2, I .4 ,M as l .v , 51.3 SE 4 1' V7 I' if 'v 151 fi Y' ,af Mother Quinlan, Dean of Studies, advises us about our Comprehensives. But, with all our studies and activities we are never too busy to stop and chat. s J -if Y flk S 1 f lux ff' ., zf f....llt Another tree is planted,-1956! sw-ki '. I I -. -L, " r . ' 1 34+ l P A . ,-'1au1'xcl vi up tri- ,, if ' AY-"N :fi -WW -S- N1 mf, Q13 And Commencement Week is here. l f , W. 5 CE, , fl' U' ZA rx A m,,,,.., 'fgffv fx. ' wrffif- ' .-myifwizz,-,f--'ww - V 5 'L A 1 r Vg ,WHL Aff. .. .,,. e.. es ' a A , 4. ,A ,WNW ,4g,55.-. QQ Q K 2 4 I Qggf views, , "-255 -evx iaf. tl '24g::j wif.-, ,,.,,,, ,nz f'.,m.f"1 .- U.. 1. A, -- -'--. - .' ,wx-1q'.,,..5 1 1 -,.. . Q: iff: 1fffif31:', 1 f 2'- ,N1 Qf.,a,,f51.,g.:....NN4i13.z:Zwz::s21ipJgg2icv g,,L.:':'f 1211" 1-QQ? ' 11- 'li ', 1 gag -f-ff 55555 3. 5 352 'S , ell 'fffirns' " N1 2 ' :mi 1 L . 'H rf-,rzmy 5 g V -FS, ,,4f- '34 ...A 1 , -' 3 ' "'f.f5??T' " 5 - .SW-i , -' F1212 Y 'f '-c. 54:12 4 5 'wang my 1 ,gy 9-EL 5645 Y "uf ff? 1,. , IJ: 1 5 2- ' fry 4 . , 0 ,I ,ig l E lil 1 P' 211. , Q51 P73 Hr I-4, s- Graduation Day Another ending and 21 ncw hcginning X ,, 1 M? 9, .vb 1 'U 5 , v .. 4 A 'g4r,y , 'ik ...J an ulx, 'J 7. 4. T, -1- FT n' ""-4" tx' ,I - 1 ' -mf. , 59 p ,. W' .,' I ?- f v its ,,,H"'!TgJ-0, fa g, ' j , 1 ff ,sJ4r,jr"v',:ff .,-, V x , , f' -"'f..Slj,3 V ,M P f ' !i'9"5Q " rjfflg' .r - 5 ' r ' sfq 1,1 -x-as V 'fi , . . ' ,,. ' " - ,T ' - f v Q.-11-A 44 w- if f ""'n3l'n W 'A' -1'5" 'ff L ' f .xr -fig -, .,- nu X' K .'?f.,,.- , 13" .rf .4-cg 1 1,.v,,+. -. bw-M W. 511315. 5- - ,.z-J-elm f' Lyirvq- '- -4,, t .Av Ji. My . 'WY , . ,A A , it N, .. ,,..f f ' ,A 'yrs' JV ily,-3, .-4, rf . iv ,. ' " ".--J-A4 X 1. ' 1 ,:w,LQ- ,srwfwf , ,.,. R X., .'-. 'Y ' I1 ' ' - ' ' .EVN ...I I .1 ' QRS, NVE 3, ,jx 5fz:fig:!'jNf'Q I- 'S J,-I v - " . " ' ' IS xg, S ' A f- M f . 55 1 auvfw RIT CHRISTI 55' 5 "X "',1'44."'lInjAi K :ip 'y 4gs.,wK.,f. 525-.W -'-6, xl: U l oi: - T: 9 X9 vt - -"f'f4L'.. iq NJ 'N " fl' Wy 4 .'-- . - . A !.- v .- Nl' I Wg,-5 -15", r-ff f.- -an. 'QLJABF "' RGET l'llJITORI.-XI, PAGE NYC wish to thankf-Y Mother Maguire whose help and experienve saved us from many of the pitfalls which arise in producing 21 yearbook. Mr. Ralph Norinan, who traipsed around the campus and environs on momentary notice to take the pictures you see here. Sandy Ceres, Ann Carroll Clullom and Sheila McCue, our willing typists. and all our classmates who stopped in the Publications Room en route to the smoker to offer their encouragement and assistance. Gratefully, C9-AQ yearooof Cgifaff CLASS OF 1956 Helen Bartko, 260 West Avenue, Stratford, Conn. Alice M. Bonin, 140 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. Margot Bourgeois, 700 Andover Street, Lowell, Mass. Catherine F, Brennan, 597 Fourth Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ursula Cahalan, 3037 Van Alstyne Blvd., Wyandotte, Mich. Sandra Ceres, Main Street, Hancock, New Hampshire Mary L. Collins, 100 Day Street, Norwood, Mass. Ann Carroll Cullom, 2 Gilmore Court, Scarsdale, N. Y. Elizabeth A. Dempsey, 7321 Elbow Lane, Philadelphia, Penna. Grace Donovan, 30 Palmer Avenue, Swampscott, Mass. Kathryn Galvin, 49 Monument Avenue, Charlestown, Mass. Mary Ellen Garrity, 27 Cross Street, Uxbridge, Mass. Carole M. Gillis, 176 Millburn Ave., Millburn, N. Lucille T. Hartigan, 16584 Parkside, Detroit, Mich. Marian Labourdette, Indian Avenue, Newport, R. I. Patricia Leary, 480 Brook Road, Milton, Mass. Marion Linehan, 10 Myrtle Street, Belmont, Mass. Aileen R. Mannix, 146 Beach 148 Street, Neponsit, L. I., N. Y. Sheila E. McCarthy, 100 Thornton Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Sally Ann McCarty, 18 Georgia Avenue, Lowell, Mass. Mary Ellen McKeon, 219 Church Road, Ardmore, Penna. Evelyn E. Melloon, 103 Woodbury Street, Providence, R. I. Janice A. Murphy, 119 Allerton Road, Milton, Mass. Sheila Murphy, 157 Langley Road, Newton Centre, Mass. Gail O'Donnell, 22688 East River Road, Grosse Ile., Mich. Jean K. O'Donoghue, 33 Robbins Road, Arlington, Mass. Mary C. Prendergast, 41 Hillcroft Avenue, Worcester, Mass. Keiko Sato, 1525 Albia Road, Ottumwa, Iowa Jane S. Slade, 36 Edgmere Road, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. Shirley M. Spencer 285 Dana Avenue, Milton, Mass. Shirley Starrs, 236 Somerset Street, West, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Eleanor E. Taft, 53 Fairfield Road, Cranston, R. I. jean Wallace, 2523 Park Place, Evanston, Ill. Mary F. Whalen, 211 Independence Drive, Chestnut Hill, Mass. CLASS OF 1957 Mary Ann Beattie, 729 Pemberton Road, Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. Barbara Ann Birley, 1325 Greenwood Blvd., Evanston, Ill. Janet Ann Black, 8 Pond Street, Greenfield, Mass. Patricia A. Blanchard, 465 Centre Street, Newton, Mass. Nancy Bowdring, 139 College Avenue, Somerville, Mass. Nancy Bowen, 16 Melrose Street, Worcester, Mass. Carol Anne Burke, 81 Wyoming Road, Newtonville, Mass. Margaret M. Concannon, 45 Hollis Street, Milton, Mass. Elaine T. Conley, "Lia Fale", Ridgefield, Conn. Catherine A. Connolly, 80 Claremont Street, Newton, Mass. Suzanne L. Cote, 479 Newport Avenue, Pawtucket, R. I. Margaret H, Craig, 15 Newlands Street, Chevy Chase, Md. Marie Therese Cunningham, 149 Eliot Street, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Joan B. David, 659 Hope Street, Providence, R. I. Elizabeth F. Doyle, 71 Keene Street, Providence, R. I. Lois R. Garner, 21 Beacon Street, Norwood, Mass. Marie Gerin-Lajoie, 285 Avenue McDougall, Montreal, Canada Marilyn C. Gilmore, U. S. Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass. Constance M. Hanley, 788 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. joan Hanlon, 5 Felton Court, Saugus, Mass. Nancy Harvey, 33 Warren Street, Watertown, Mass. Patricia Hinchey, 355 Essex Street, Salem, Mass. Catherine Joyce, 29 Blake Street, Cambridge, Mass. Mary Lacey Kelly, 170 Brown Street, Providence, R. I. Barbara A. King, 19 Meadowbrook Road, Wellesley, Mass. Nancy L. Kottenstette, 1023 Harvard Avenue, Grosse Pointe Par Mich Ann M. Labadie, 75 Biddle Avenue, Wyandotte, Mich. Marjorie A. Lee, 26 Amherst Road, Wellesley, Mass. Barbara Lowe, 3 Emmaville Avenue, Kingston, Jamaica, B. W. I Mary Leigh Madden, 44 South Allen Street, Albany, N. Y. Winifred G. Madden, 81 Warren Street, Norwich, Conn. Ann Marshall, 650 Park Drive, Kenilworth, Ill. Kathleen McCann, 360 Salisbury Street, Worcester, Mass. Sheila M. McCue, 161 Washington Street, Gloucester, Mass. Carol A. McCurdy, 283 Woods Haven Road, Pawtucket, R. I. Michelle M. McGarty, 131 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. Molly McHugh, 251 Linden Lane, Marion, Penna. Margaret A. McMurrer, 125 Aspen Avenue, Auburndale, Mass. Josephine Medart, 45 Overhills Drive, St. Louis, Mo. Mary Ann Morley, 16 Colonial Avenue, Waltham, Mass. Mary Augusta Morley, 1515 Centre Street, Newton, Mass. Vinita Murray, 262 Beach Street, Revere, Mass. Grace Barbara Nash, 49 The Terrace, Katonah, N. Y. Ann Nooney, 4-06 Hawthorne, Webster Groves, Mo. Mary Jane O'Connell, 7 Deal Road, Island Park, L. I., N. Y. Ann M. O'Neil, 17B Appleby Road, Wellesley, Mass. Mary Elizabeth O'Riley, 2419 N. St. Johns Ave., Highland Park, Eleanor G. Pope, 4-05 Deerfield Road, Deerfield, Ill. Harriet Anne Reilly, 14 Arborway, Jamaica Plain, Mass. Patricia A. Ritchie, 143 East Emerson Street, Melrose, Mass. Diane Russell, 9 Elm Park Blvd., Pleasant Ridge, Mich. Judith Scannell, 16 Belvidere Avenue, Worcester, Mass. Marion Sullivan, 86 Douglas Road, Belmont, Mass. Cornelia A. Weldon, 1 Johnson Road, Andover, Mass. Mary Winslow, 3106 P Street N. W., Washington, D. C. CLASS OF 1958 Rhoda Ackerson, American Embassy, Buenos Aires, Argentina Cristina Arango Carrera, 737249, Bogota, Colombia Mary Azzara, 176 Tulip Avenue, Floral Park, N. Y. Mary Jo Bacciocco, 2726 Johnstone Place, Cincinnati, Ohio Nancy Lee Brickley, 18084 Birchrest Drive, Detroit, Mich. Veronica Brown, 26 Payne Road, Newton Highlands, Mass. Mary F. Cahill, 1 Waldron Avenue, Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Shelley A. Carroll, Apartado 267, Caracas, Venezuela Ann L. Clausmeyer, 62 Dalton Road, Newton Centre, Mass. Mary C. Corbett, 87 Bushnell Street, Dorchester, Mass. Mary Ellen Cunningham, 334 Burns Street, Forrest Hills, N. Y. Madeline E. Day, 100 Shaw Avenue, Cranston, R. I. Anne L. DeFrazio, 82 Morton Street, Needham Heights, Mass. Mary B. Denman, 440 Ovington Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Jane C. Dick, 168 Westwood Road, New Haven, Conn. Judith Donovan, 125 E. 84th Street, New York, N. Y. Betsey Dray, 40 Arlington Street, Hyde Park, Mass. Beth Duffy, 256 Hillside Avenue, Providence, R. I. Martha A. Dwyer, 29 Dover Street, Providence, R. I. Mary Jane Eagan, 33 Nahant Street, Lynn, Mass. Muriel Jo Englert, 370 Main Street, Catskill, New York Susan E. Fay, 32 Sais Lane, Milton, Mass. Catherine Flanagan, American Embassy, New Delhi, India Ursula M. Gahan. 33 Everett Avenue, Winchester, Mass. Ann C. Gaynor, 78 Berkshire Street, Indian Orchard, Mass. Marjorie A. George, 7365 Maryland Avenue, University City, Mo Katherine A. Glutting, 63 Norfolk Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Dolores Gonzalez, Box 124, Monterrey. N. L., Mexico Judith Goodnow. 75 Handy Road, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. M. Patricia Hannon, 520 Randolph Avenue, Milton, Mass. Carol Healey, 214 Powder House Blvd., Somerville, Mass. Jane Henderson, Southern Avenue, Essex, Mass. Carol A. Higgins, 1101 Highland Avenue, Needham, Mass. Sheila Hurley, 42 Old Mystic Street, Arlington, Mass. Margaret Keane, 80 Algonquin Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Genevieve R. Keating, 8 Fairview Avenue, Salem, Mass. Mary M. Keating. 1133 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. Helen T. Kelly, 1052 South Street, Roslindale, Mass. Mary Jane Kennedy. 5300 27th Street N. IN., Wlashington, D. C. Denise A. Kirby, 107 Chenery Street, Portland, Maine Josephine P. Kirk, 180 Franklin Street, Newton, Mass. Moira Mahoney, 40 Cleveland Avenue, Bulsfalo, N. Y. Sheila Mannix, 146 Beach 148 Street, Neponsit, L. I., N. Y. Lillith Marzouca. Savanna-la-mar. Jamaica, B. W. I. Gail McDonough, 1658 Center Street, West Roxbury, Mass. Brenda McLachlan, Ohehyahtah Place, Danbury, Conn. Helen McLachlan. Boulevard, Newtown, Conn. Eileen P. Mullin, 1045 Beacon Street, Brookline, Mass. Audrey Nolan, 45 Vermont Street, West Roxbury, Mass. Maureen O'Brien, 20 Becchtrec Road, Rumford, R. I. Maureen O'Donnell, Longwood Towers, Brookline, Mass. Margaret P. Peck. 2779 Main Street, Lawerenceville, N. Mary R, Phelan, 1627 Alcor, Terrace, Cincinnati, Ohio Agnes Podolinsky, 5056 Morse Avenue, Skokie, 111. Ann Power. 8 Wakefield Street, Worcester, Mass. Sheila Quinlan, Hillside Road, Greenwich, Conn. Mary A. Quirk. 41 Liberty Street. Holyoke, Mass. Lucy Rcuter, 2 Kingsbury Place, St. Louis, Mo. Dorothy Roche, 91 Salisbury Avenue, Garden City, N, Y. Maureen Ronan, 673 Boylston Street, Brookline, Mass. Lucille Sacconne, 35 Buswell Park, Newton, Mass. Leonor Salcedo, Carrera 16 3384. Bogota, Colombia Maritiza Shaghalian, 23 Essex Street, Cranston, R. I. Therese Sullivan, 29 Douglas Road, Belmont, Mass. Sandra Thompson, 209 Newbury Street, Boston, Mass. Norinne Walsh, 73 Wlhittier Road, Wlellesley Hills, Mass. Barbara A. Welch, 32 Mayflower Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Judith A. Young, 61 Union Street, Pittsfield, Mass. CLASS OF 1959 Paula L. Ajo, 45 East 66th Street, New York, N. Y. Margarita Arango, Cerrera 7 117249, Bogota, Colombia Gloria Archila, 74th No. 12-62, Bogota, Colombia Ofelina Arias, P.O. Box 2033, Panama, Rep. of Panama Ann H. Baker, 1260 Randolph Avenue, Milton, Mass. Frances M. Beane, 91 Pond Street, Cranston, R. I. Dorothy H. Bohen, 93 Cypress Street, Floral Park, N. Y. Juanita A. Buckley, 40 Summit Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. Katharine Buehler, 35-31 160 Street, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. Mary Ellin Burns, 25 Duck Pond Road, Glen Cove, N. Y. Helen M. Byrnes, 18055 Hamilton Road, Detroit, Michigan Elizabeth A. Cahill, 1 Wlaldron Avenue, Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Marcia Capobianco, 70 Baldwin Orchard Drive, Cranston, R Eleanor Carr, 106 Andover Street, Peabody, Mass. Eleanor Cavanaugh, 28 Elm Street, Great Neck, N. Y. Sarah E. Cavanaugh, 43 Parker Street, Newton Centre, Mass. Janet E. Chute. 50 Rustlewood Road. Milton, Mass. Susan L. Collins. 23 Emmonsdale Road, West Roxbury, Mass. Joan M. Coniglio, 1185 Park Avenue, N. Y., N.Y. Donna M. Cosgrove, 48 Eliot Street. Jamaica Plain, Mass. Pauline F. Cote, 479 Newport Avenue, Pawtucket, R. I. Marypat Curran. Ardsley Park, Irvington, N. Y. Helen M. Craig, 15 Newlands Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland Ann L. Dailey, 15 Sherman Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Marie P. Doelger. 17 East 89th Street, N. Y., N. Y. Alicia K, Donnelly, Job's Island, Common Street, Dedham, Mass Madeline L. Dorsey, 1231 Greenwood Avenue, Wilmette, Illinois Anne Doyle, 12 Danville Street, West Roxbury, Mass. Isabel M. Dunn. 324 41st Street, N. Y., N. Y. Ellen F. Egan, 23 Dale Avenue, Gloucester, Mass. Sheila Flanagan, 66 Crabtree Road, Squantum, Mass. Ann C. Foley, 16 Shattuck Park Road, Norwood, Mass. Janet P. Frantz, Tremont Farm, Media, Pennsylvania Gail Gallagher, 1 Longview Place, Great Neck, N. Y. Mary George, 7365 Maryland, University City, Missouri Mary Alyce Gilmore. 2703 Fontenelle Blvd., Omaha, Nebraska Rita T. Goeckner, 906 Pleasant Avenue, Highland Park, Illinois Marion D. Good, 743 West Roxbury Pkwy., Boston, Mass. .I. Janet S. Grant, 111 Westchester Road, Jamaica Plain Mass Nancy Lee Haas, A-1 Seville Court Apts., Bala Cynwyd., Pa. Joan Hagerty, 5555 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois Alice A. Haley, 48 Main Street, Fort Fairfield, Maine Gail Hibschman, 343 Parkway Drive, Pittsburgh, Penn. Barbara A, Holters, Green Grove Road, Neptune, N. Barbara A. Johnson, Cedar Hill. Pompton Lakes, N. Patricia D. Joyce, 21 Dickerson Road, Brighton, Mass. Mary L. Kelly, 109 Follcn Road, Lexington, Mass. Sheila L, Killeen, Buena Vista Avenue, Rumson, N. Kathleen M. Kingston, 51 Oakridge Street, Dorchester, Mass. Judith Laird, Apartado 2736, Caracas, Venezuela Julia Lamy, 9530 Ladue Road, Clayton 24, Missouri Sheilah Lane, 25 Hutchison Avenue, Scarsdalc, N. Y. Glenna H. La Salle, 3246 West Shore Road, Warwick, R. I. Suzanne C. Lawrence, 16 Slocum Crescent, Forest Hills, N. Y. Virginia Little, 60 Don Avenue, Rumford, R. I. Suzanne M. Macksoud, 51 1 Heights Road, Ridgewood, N. Mary B. Madden, 7 Amherst Road, Wellesley. Mass. Maria Madera, Box 332, San Juan, Puerto Rico Mary A. Mahar, 5124 Grant Avenue, Philadelphia, Penn. E. Dean Maloney, 3332 St. Paul Blvd., Rochester, Mass. Judith V. Marzek, 30 Colt Street. E. Hartford, Conn. Anne E, Maslen, 60 East 94th Street, New York, N. Y. Susan McAuley, 432 E. Second Street, Perrysburg, Ohio Mary Jo McAvinn, 121 Perkins Street, Melrose, Mass, Sheila McBrearty, 2435 Burns Ave., Detroit, Mich. Marilou McCarthy, 5555 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, Ill. Joan McCrudden, 22 Oakland Street, Medford, Mass. Vivian Mendez, 1727 Beacon Street, Waban, Mass. Frances E. Miley, 96 Hinckley Road, Milton, Mass. Lilyann Mitchell, 87 Highfield Road, Harrison, N. Y. Maryjane Mulvanity, 107 LaGrange Street, West Roxbury, Mass. Ellen Nelson, 62 Windsor Road, Wellesley, Mass. Patricia Nessralla, 373 Center Street, Brockton, Mass. Joanne A. O,Connor, 9 DuPont Avenue, White Plains, N. Y. Lois D. O'Donoghue, 5046 Sedgwick St. N. W., Washington, D. C. Patricia A. O'Neil, 91 Allerton Rd., Milton, Mass. Kathleen T. O'Shea, 2 Washington St., Peabody, Mass. Janet Phillips, 34 Sheafe Street, Brookline, Mass. Phebe Rohan, Cream Street, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Ann W. Rosenberger, 3900 Royal Blvd., Lynchburg, Va. Julie Saver, 92 S. Montgomery Ave., Bay Shore, N. Y. Jeanne C. Schaeffner, 14 Beech Street, Floral Park, N, Y. Dolores A. Seeman, 5217 Elsmere Ave., Bethesda, Md. Sandra N, Sestido, 13 Chelmsford Rd., Rochester, N. Y. Katherine E. Sheehan, 7206 Norhtmoor Drive, University City, Mo Barbara A. Sherman, 34 Upyonda Way, Rumford, R. I. Sue Sughrue, 56 Tennis Place, Forrest Hills, N. Y. Jane Sweeney, 221 Strawberry Hill Ave., Stamford, Conn. Patricia Ann Sweeney, 395 Palisade Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. Ann Linherr Tobin, 6222 Northwood Road, Dallas, Texas Sandra Uncles, 140 Ridgewood Road, W. Hartford, Conn. Jennie Van Bibber, 494 Washington St., Dedham, Mass. Anne Marie Walsh, 104 Englewood Ave., Brookline, Mass. Mary Lou Webster, 2275 Broadway, San Francisco, 15, Calif. Patricia Ann Welsh, 64 Garden Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. Maureen White, 12 Ruskin Street, West Roxbury, Mass. Jane D. Whitty, 124 Theodore Parker Road, West Roxbury, Mass. PATRONS Garret G. Ackerson, Jr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Beane and Mrs. lVilliam Black Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bohen The Boston Music Company Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bourgeois Mr. and Mrs. John T. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buehler Mrs. Leo Cahalan Mr. and Mrs. Jo Rice Carroll . Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Walter Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Cavanaugh Clausmeyer Dennis Collins Col. and Mrs. Malin Craig, Jr. Mr. and.Mrs. W'illiam F. Cullom Mrs. Charles B. 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