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

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CARITAS ET AMOR .-ve K, if fi The Class of 1958 dedieates "The Well to Our Parents, in gratitude for first showing us the meaning of love, and a way of life based on giving, for the encouragement and the inspiration of your own ideals, for leading us always to what is best, for the love and sacrifice which made possible our years at Newton, i for a "liberal" education, and the understanding of what it is to be made free .... -lil-q . .nm .,, .....,.,, , x ,f"'h-L' .gwgg Facult Wisdom . . . Encouragement . . . Discipline . . . A pattern for our own lives Mrs. Webster and Katie Welch deciphering some Middle English Mother Quinlan, Newton's Dean of Studies 1958 saw the launching of "SWG, . .. . . . the sum of Western culture, Seen as a whole wwrrwr- . N-9:41:41-X'-'-R ,,.nvx+yma1mw2x 1 2 I a Kate Doyle and Claire Bartley, everything from ink to credits rt, Government, and Music agree on a Botticelli Miss Bookle for the Classical tradition I ea S gi Q if Father Harrington, Father Lynch and Father Leonard Mr. Carello: Modern Languages with an Old World manner at Baccalaureate 1 Away from desks for awhile: Mr. Wholey, Mathematics Dr. Powell, Sociology Miss McNamara, English Reviewing Education after "Sputnik,v l. to r., Miss Casey, Dr. Boland, Miss Marsh, Dr. Linehan lie . 'Aix ' W7 X-4.1 yi. Senor Regalado: QL Cervantes in the Afternoon I Q Mrs. Brzezrnskrz Picasso in the Morning Another linguist with two proteges: Mr. Wy'eth with Mary Ann Morley and Shelley Carroll :n,I.1.11rl'xf.e!l:1.uoxa,,e, :X v-pf - s .. 1 'I' 'W Time out from tangents for Mother Walsh ,X X if-E' .- ' X X X XX XXX XXX X me XXX Xxx, , X 53 rg, 9 :I-iff:Q133:-'wsqg'T55-Six 2:2-ll, f-Q f 'Wa 2-Xxizxxf 3,.13:g-555. ?:'i1.XX. 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Dean's List: once I.R.C.: 4 Science Club: 2, 4 X-11' f liwibliiiilii ..W.,5..w. ,Mv......, , f...-MY-ww..,.x-..wQmm.-,,--51.y?,?- 3-,fgfuf -'ku :"'Y'i-': '55-' 'X 1-JZEZGZ' .7,-2531-I ,. :,..f:',1:::-31111392 5. .1 3 ' ':,-g:1':3:31-2-15,5 123441:2-5216zgigaigilzbgsfgg,-1g:::igymiifsghqzs?X' fm 2 Manhattanville College: 1, 2 Aspirant: 3 Senior Ball: co-chairman 4 I.R.C.: 4 kquclitlz gllen Garely, 5 J m 68 OAKLEY ROAD, B ELMON T CONVEN T of the SACRED HEART NEWTON MAJOR: History Only the ardent eye, Only the lixtening ear Can Jay, "The thrush was h . . . Can live, before it die. ere! Csjhelfey gnes arroll cfe CARACAS, VENEZUELA ROSARIAN ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACH MAJOR: Spanish The weak overcomex it: menace, the strong over- comes itself. What is there like fortitude! Aspirant: l Dramatic Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary: 3 Vice-president: 4 Liturgical Choir: 1 Liturgical Club: 2, 4 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 Romance Language Club: Vice-president, 4 Missions: 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Manager: l, 2 Opera Workshop: 3, 4 "Wheat and Cockle": 2 aswwxw MH rl:-N: X Xie 3 6'-Lx Aww Maryville College: I, 2 Dean's Honor List: once Catholic Action: 3 I.R.J.: 4 Science Club: 3, 4- President: 4 House Council: Senior Representative Evelyn Clll'ClO 14:16 YORK AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, SHANGHAI MAJOR: Chemistry But when I leave . . . and I go Back . . . where the waters flow . . . My firm Newtonian universe dixsolves, And in my heart the compaxs rose revolves. Hun Ofouise lausmeyer 62 DALTON ROAD, NEWTON CENTRE SACRED HEART HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: English In thinking of her Givingness, Thereiv no denial . . . Dean's List: twice Aspirant: 2 Catholic Action: 2, 4 I.R.J.: 4 Literary Club: 4 Science Club: 2 "885" Staff: Feature Editor: 3 Business Manager: 4 "Wheat and Cockle": 2, 3, 4 Sophomore Operetta Dean's List: once Aspirant: l, 2, 3 Student Body Treasurer: 4 A.S.C.: 4 Student Council: 4 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3 Glee Club: 1 Missions: 1, 2 N,F.C.C.S.: 2, 3 Day Student Council: 2 Sophomore Operetta l L i in X MMMM X XMMWM ary Gcztlzerine Gorfoett, e 87 BUSHNELL STREET, DORCHESTER NOTRE DAME ACADEMY MAJOR: History So fleet when . . . present, So infinite when gone - An Orienfs apparition Remanded of the morn. Clfly Ul'Ll'Ll.I'Lg Clffl, C!8 334 BURNS STREET, FOREST HILLS THE MARY LOUIS ACADEMY MAJOR: Education Happines: to me is wine, Ejeruexcent, superfine, Full of tang and fiery pleasure, Far too hot to leave me leisure . . . Aspirant: 1, 2, Catholic Action: 1, 2, 4 Glee Club: 1, 2,4 I.R.C.: 3 House Council: 3, 4 Head of Duchesne, 4 Junior Week-end Committee f 'TEM My My .e qf 1 lf, f lr fa? 1, mzw, , 1 I gf :V-WZ-Ms' -: Jr! ,' I. f l 1 I pl T all Wal' W-'dint will WP-l:f":"z ,,,,ff-1. im. , V, want mlm g,',5,qf,3gl Jin.. 'ti qi, my pf54V.f-g,gwl'ya4w:wma--ufyf!.L1 zjxwtg-I. , Regis College: 1 Catholic Action: 2,3,4 I.R.C.: 2, 3, 4 I.R.J.: 2, 3, 4 arie C9-lzerese Gunnlnglzarn, cle m 149 ELIOT STREET, CHESTNUT HILL CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON MAJOR: Sociology-Education I put my pleasure all abroad, I dealt a word of gold For every creature that I met, And dowered all the world. St. Vincent's Hospital School of Nursing: 3 mdfy cEOUl.S9 galley, X 81 CHALMERS AVENUE, BRIDGEPORT ACADEMY of OUR LADY of MERCY MAJOR: Sociology ' A xense of human dignity and reverence for mystery. 'fig Aspirant: 4 Glee Club: I Catholic Action: 4 Junior Week-end Committee Freshman Show Committee .9 if wzqwnfmcrs-awry. Qwfwvawqfivw.:.,M-W1, x-.- .fm-xx, ,. ,4:,:.2-m-w,.N.- ' - . N??h+g?+,.- -',g,+Q4w,g,,.wzws:1g,.,Q, M acfeline giizczoetli may 100 SHAW AVENUE, EDGEWOOD, R.I. CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ELMHURST MAJOR: Sociology Fidelity and constancy . . . in .spite of frost, Its fiowers continue to bloom. nne olillian Cbefgfazio 82 MORTON STREET, NEEDHAM HEIGHTS NEEDHAM HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: Education I . . . have mused upon the way The sun comes up and makes the day, The tide goes out and makes the shore, And many, many matters more . . . junior Week-end Committee Literary Club: 3 Glee Club: 1, 2 I.R.C.: 4 Art Club: 4 Romance Language Club: 4 Science Club: 4 fit? 2 ,4 L 1 ..4 711' ?5'j::J'?FF5?Wg.'ig TT D551-l 5- . V A . ,,.x,. ..l, ,.,-..,m.1,, ., -, ,Q -,,f.-:,., 1 1' -.qv .Q--vf'-1 41guM..L.m,.4.v...,-.f.f -EJOQQJ Am -K fx 'Manu wg" ' "' Clfy QGTLCZIU 9111716111 OVINGTON AVENUE, BROOKLYN NOTRE DAlN1E ACADEMY MAJOR: Spanish Danger! What is that to her? Better 'tix to fail there Than debate here. czne ampoell mick 168 WESTWOOD ROAD, NEW HAVEN SAINT MARY'S ACADEMY MAJOR: History . . . Thare will always stay . . . A little of the fearlesmess of you, A fraetion of your bright integrity. Student Council: 4 Faculty-Student Committee: 3, 4 House Council: 2, 4 Freshman Show Sophomore Operetta Glee Club: 1 Junior Week-end Committee N x X X N .X 'ttf 'l9'5'3f-1:5 .N Q mffw: . mvilfzvax K x M. . - ,ln ., X . N ixiaswa ANC WNW im. i-aware: El 'ff- 535Qx'53.w, Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 Glee Club: l, 2, 3 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 Missions: 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Representative: 3, 4 Senior Ball Co-chairman Qetsey Lgohanna rag, cfe 41 CUSHING ROAD, MILTON ACADEMY of NOTRE DAME, ROXBURY MAJOR: Education They . . . never can touch my :ure peace Let them measure eficiencylx utmoft . . . I have one foolish weapon of love. glizaheth arte cle 256 HILLS IDE AVENUE, PAWTUCKET, R.I. CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ELMHURST MAJOR: Sociology What I can do - I will, Though it be little as ll Dalfodil. What I cannot, must be Unknown to possibility. Aspirant: 1, 2 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3 President 4 Missions: 3, 4 I.R.C.: 3 I.R.J.: 4 Yearbook Photography Editor: 4 Dramatic Club: 2 Steering Committee: 4 '71 21321 , .V ,A P-atm ' 1 wb Ee t, ', 151241 H5 i nw 1, '-'V , 'a':ff,-f gm? E543 -' . Ig, 6-':gi?.iicifef'i, 7 ff 1 irggz.. Dean's List: once Serenades Chairman Glee Club: 1, 2 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 I.R.C.: 2, 3 I.R.J.: 3, 4 Glee Club: 1, 2 Literary Club: 2, 3, 4 "885": 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Business Manager 4 ct, iw .vy- H ,M my .iq - 51 WW W xYR x2wIx f' WW WY e VM ,XB fvf-I ' ff My -3 ,g 1.5: ,- ',.':5k Q , mfg Bs: .nemsrzliiziiz 3, 5 ' A ' -' 3, . :'I ' -' ' - "5 1 "-: sit xt Tnartha tglzlce wger 29 DOVER STREET, PROVIDENCE, R.I ST. PATRICK'S HIGH SCHOOL, PROVIDENCE MAJOR: Education I know a better way to spend An hour . . , tenderly and with high mirth To hang up garland.: on the earth . . . 80, OCEAN STREET, LYNN LYNN ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: History . . . A heart so lighted by the single eye, So rapt by truth from changefulnesx apart . . Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 Class Treasurer: 4 Social Committee: 4 A.S.C.: 4 Glee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-president: 4 House Council: 3, 4 I.R.J.: 2, 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer: 2 N.F.C.C.S.: 3 ary 'game agan, cfe Catholic Action: 3, 4 Transportation Committe: 4 I.R.C.: 3, 4 I.R.J.: 4 Science Club: 4 Art Club: 4 IX' Literary Club: 3 gfQlQfLCZ HHH 89 POUND HILL ROAD, NORTH SMITHFIELD, R.I BURRILLVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, HARRISVILLE MAJOR: Education A tuned reticence with rigaur from strength at the xource. uriellgosep ine gnglert CATSKILL, NEW YORK CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ALBANY MAJOR: History I detext all . . . feminine ruses and so I hitched up my mind . . . I exerted each muscle and braced every xznezu For the duty in hand. Class President: 2 Class Vice-president: 3 Student Government: 2, 3, 4 Student Body President: 4 Social Committee: 4 Financial Committee: 2, 4 A.S.C.: 2, 3, 4 Board of Appeals: 2, 4 House Council: 2, 3, 4 Steering Committee: 4 I.R.C.: 1, 2, 3 Treasurer: 2 Secretary: 3 Literary Club: 4 Sw 'Q wt" ff' w'W""f'Q52?3 'WW my rg r. 'Q eil? ,QW rom 1 egg V221 X. s is :xg :fig ff? 9:65. Jil we J " Sag 4 A t, 1 ,,,.f , 4 is by ,R ..,,, M, 0' iii, Aw, , w x 1 QQMM ,gen Q 41 .tv ,gay -MIS--32 we-'sg ,W MZ! 5 .wk Q, My A Q www ,,:.v4:,t -- .Q-, . : . 'rsf" '2r , Dumbarton College: 1, 2 Aspirant: 3 Catholic Action: 3, 4 I.R.J.: 4 gfizaheth jun Cglgcqe, Je 235 FERNWOOD AVENUE, DAVENPORT. IOWA VILLA de CHANTAL, ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS MAJOR: Sociology You are like the stem Of zz young beech-tree . . . Straight . . . your shadow is No shadow, but a .scattered Sunshine . . . 2xlI'.S'UlCl dfy Qdltdfl 33 EVERETT AVENUE, WINCHESTER BEAVER COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL MAJOR: French Whetted to brilliance by the . . . majesty of that .vophixtication which ix superior to opportunity . . . I.R.C.: 4 Romance Languages Club 4- President: 4 French Club: 3 President: 3 Literary Club: 4 Science Club: I Literary Club: 1 I.R.C.: 2 Catholic Action: 4 Corrigan Qczcgnou cle 78 BERKSHIRE STREET, INDIAN ORCHARD CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL, SPRINGFIELD MAJOR: Education Here, crystalline, Deep, full, serene, Here flows The still, unfathomed river Of repose. arjorie nn, george Q26 CARRSWOLD, ST. LOUIS VILLA DUCHESNE MAJOR: Sociology For I must meet and marry in myself The truth of what has ended, what is new Dean's List: 3 times Dramatic Club: I Catholic Action: 1 Missions: l Varsity Hockey: 1 Varsity Basketball: 1, 2 Athletic Association: Class Representative: 1, 2, 3 President: 4 W 53 ' e ogg .Sa Aww 2"':?f1 Eiifwkiz fwzww mess Nw Aa- . Ns - ma K 'mis s-el.-fiyef 'V -X X .A-.af-vi X- Glee Club: 1, 2 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 4 Junior Week-end Chairman Literary Club: 4 'K"'qe-1s:pw...Av1--f lqfatherine .Zane lutting, cle m 63 NORFOLK ROAD, CHESTNUT HILL CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, EDEN HALL MAJOR: Sociology A crystal thing to .ree . . . brimming with inner light . .Q . that covet: nothing that it has let go. lgualitlz Qoocfnow 75 HANDY LANE, CROSSE POINTE FARMS, MICH, GROSSE POINTE HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: English Distinguished by a beauty of which "the visitor dare never fully speak . . . for fear of being stoned as an impostof' . . . Dramatic Club: I Freshman Show Sophomore Operetta Literary Club: 2, 4 I.R.C.: 2 junior Week-end Committee Aspirant: 4 House Council: 4 Head of Cushing: 4 'faa5"- 4 Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club: 1, 3 Catholic Action: 4 House Council: 3 Head of House: 4 Art Club: 4 I.R.J.: 4 -555 :Z -EQ5'Ef?:C ff- '- 31Xq.f3g,iQQ-,Qu A ,.A. . ff'-. SNIQSTTVSS' LSNEEIE xv: s::1aa'r:-5-Q .iiffi Q 51?-,:.x . gbatricla annon 520 RANDOLPH AVENUE, MILTON JEANNE D'ARC ACADEMY MAJOR: Education Into the handle of my life I set Sprays of mignonette And periwinkle . . . The colors laugh and twinkle. M, .,,,,,. Gam! Christina Healey 214 POWDER HOUSE BOULEVARD, SOMERVILLE CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON MAJOR: Education Through the dark sod . . . The Lily passes sure, Feels her white foot No trepidation, Her faith no fear. Dean's List: once Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 Athletic Association: Secretary: 2 Vice-president: 3 Basketball Team: 1 Hockey Team: 1 .M .AC 4 325' If 1' FHS si qw? f"J'lf'Q Y-Q15-J' Q2 563755 f -wa ww - .. ' wggmwrw iw ' M X mi-flsJah44.:mwm.wuz, ,Ja 7 gf, -w :www .5s.e'5xz2s53. Nail? ig s W1 ik Aspirant: 3 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3 Missions: 1, 2, 3 Art Club: 4 1 i 1 H1 im . lv Wi X X 1, J, 1i1i 1i1111ii11i1:iW 1 11 11 11 1 1 11151 VW 1 ,ip ix, 1 ix ix mu W u A ii111MX1lQw - 'Is ' 1 ' U , " ,Y ' 1' E 1 1 111 VX X11 ' W AV 3 X 1 nw 1, .. Gam! .Zinn iggins 1101 HIGHLAND AVENUE, NEEDHAM ACADEMY of the ASSUMPTION MAJOR: Education . . . satisfaction is a lowly thing, how pure a thing is joy. Pm. cgyceifa Hurley, cfe . 42 OLD MYSTIC STREET, ARLINGTON MARYCLIFF ACADEMY MAJOR: Education Here out of sight, Unseen but known, Here glidex the stream Of companion. Aspirant: 1, 2 Glee Club: 1, 2, 3 President: 4 House Council: 1 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3 Junior Week-end Committee flm M 0 M 7' .lf.jl,MWllW lzil wmlll ww wwwlllllil l l .wi M 'T' 'W' W 5 + A " 5 I lr A " ll, 'F 1 J NM lem M I ll WL! ,1 tl. 4 '7.,ty.4w 'W' mlvw ' xl'l 'Fl"'m1' 'Wl"v " 'l 'WW 'fllli'l3i H+ ii H -inn: .mt i f ni i t ,f with mH m,7mWap .L Maw-li f ,M G sf 3' 5? .ZMW if " ',fi'JWJIWPLPW'JUl'!:lEllBl1f,6llWfilffl'lil'WQWlM!T'Walflhli15, mix,-.zwmJ. "+1lllml'lnfW'!' fm v' WM 5 1 1' Dean's List: once Dramatic Club: 1, 2 House Council: 1 Literary Club: 2, 4 Science Club: 2, 4 Catholic Action: 4 Junior Week-end Committee Art Club:4 Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 Missions: 1 "885": 4 Yearbook Art Editor: 4 2: 11 vilmigii iw time X 1 Genevieve geowfancf gfecztlng, 6 0,1 - . ,S . Y -.An 8 FAIRVIEW AVENUE, SALEM ST. JAMES HIGH SCHOOL MA JOR: English The ,tea ix full - I know it! That does not blur my gem! It bums distinct from all the row Intact in diadem! ary oore gfeating 1133 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY CONVENT of the'SACRED HEART, NINETY-FIRST STREET MAJOR: English This flower grows so . . . bravely It does not even know that it is noble . . Dean's List: four times Class President: 1 Student Council: 1 A.S.C.: 1, 3 Class Treasurer: 3 Social Committee: 3 Financial Committee: 3 Junior Week-end Committee House Council: 2, 3 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3 Yearbook, Editor-in-chief "Wheat and Cockle": 3, 4 "885"' 3 4 ' s fl 1 'H '73 5 ? , , , 1 -A Q rs .11 1-1- 1, vm J- 1-0 5. R 5 , EE, X ,,-,-,-,, -l 1:12 v, Q. ,Q 4931 ,E-,EEEEQE g..'A' V., .55-g-53 .41-Jfffff' 1, E Fifi:-CQ. - 'f:,x3 .1, ' " .svn 'Q:,4ke4L1,..'-' lg "Y- Children of Mary Council: 3, 4 President: 4 Social Committee: Co-chairman: 4 Member-at-large: 4 Financial Committee: 4 House Council: 4 Steering Committee: 4 A.S.C.: 4 Junior Week-end Committee Catholic Action: l, 2, 3, 4 Secretary: 4 I.R.C.: 1, 2, 3 Treasurer: 3 WW, HW yn ly f wi 1 5" M A-m.i f ,,, ,, A Clfy gan? Ql'Ll'lQC!y, 5.0! 5300 27th STREET N.W., WASHINGTON D C CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, STONE RIDGE MAJOR: History A form Jo contrapuntal and yet pure, The chosen path fartuitoux, yet .tureg The thruxt . . . the lift, apparently So free, and yet tap-rooted in the ground gosephine Qaufa gfifwh, cfe 180 FRANKLIN STREET, NEWTON CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON MAJOR: Art The passionate gust that sets one free, - A flock of leaves in sudden flight - Shatter: the bright interior tree Into a shower of splintered light. Aspirant: l, 2, 3 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club: l Hazing Committee Chairman: 2 Sophomore Operetta Junior Week-end Chairman Class Vice-president: 4 Student Council: 4 Board of Appeals: 4 A.S.C.: 4 Art Club: 4 So MJ .., v ff"?3M -X 5-.-, -' L tt 1 -,,..., .a......a...aa-1:-..Lac,: igizsgvi Mali-3 .wx :ga ,-3 , lil walt-"wa 4.3 iii F 377: A' -1 -...-QM--t-1-V-fx-F-v-sw--W-Q------s .fel-'i l g'B'vr:-if -H-1 1 V' " 'f MEF ' "" ' 'Q ig. r -' ' f r- 'W as ' 3-' i f sf' ,C B? 5 - Q, L.: f S1 T - vm iii im .249 iff-2 2 Fiji 1,1-fi 'T E51 ps, Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 I.R.C.: 2, 3, 4 I.R.j.: 2, 3, 4 eo' ,A 3h ' iff, 15 5 5?i3gi'1 fL43"Zf:F 19 "ff lil .1 Sf, A 2:- '-ggi' Lrfipq? V? - , uzanne Colette ofawrence 16 SLOCUM CRESCENT, FOREST HILLS, NEW YORK ACADEMY of ST. JOSEPH MAJOR: Education When it is over - for it will be ozer - . . . will there be still In April on the southern Jlope , .. Red-and-white bud: intent upon blossoming? There will, I know there will. argaret Hana Ofelzan, 185 HIGHLAND AVENUE, SOMERVILLE ST. JOHN EVANGELIST, CAMBRIDGE MAJOR : Biology Love and pity are strong, But wisdom is happily greater . . Boston College: 1 St. Elizabeth's Hospital School of Nursing: 3 l , I ' 1 1 A i Q' 'xxiwmvvx' i g " 5 iioiii iiii iiiii ii,o A MXWW ,. -ff A - W N. .N -- NX K X www vw wr N wwww x XWWXXW-NxxN X Nl L vi VKX-ilawlflwv -X V. ,:m,,vXwxmN-NX.w, ' will-W M In , o,,oo Wi ,lil X X L :,, University of Buffalo: 3 Catholic Action: 1 Sophomore Operetta Aspirant: 4 Literary Club: 4 71' M zff' oircz nne mahoney 64-6 LAFAYETTE AVENUE, BUFFALO CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ALBANY MAJOR: English The stuff of happiness, No less, . . . wraps me in itx glad-hued folds of peacock golds. oallitla margaret marzouca SAV-LA-MAR, JAMAICA, B.W.I. ST. HILDA'S, JAMAICA MAJOR: Art Peaceful and slow . . . Skillful and deft, in my own rhythm, Happy . . . about I go. Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club: 1, 2 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 I.R.C.: 3 I.R.J.: 3, 4 Science Club: 2 Art Club: 4 ll 'lll'lllllllllllWlll ll llll OW N4 ll, lllllmlu u ml ll llullll lllllllylll lllllllllllll llf Wm lllll lil lilfl l lll . xxl N lll w mu xp 'Ml iw f ww, dl, Wil' l lllllxl X M , l 'u W nllllllll 'lll' ll' l M . 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W ww.-W W- W-V-ww, My M- mv- bw 2-xJuvl"'lPgx,:l-nv-":w.vl'li ww! wkhwllelwl u it-xi w- Q-,illwpl ,www w ' N " w ,lkim-MIS'MEl9w.!A5e:YWally'I"'f,M U mx gfatfaleen glizczoetfz Tncearzin, cfe 360 SALISBURY STREET, WORCESTER BANCROF T SCHOOL MAJOR: Music For that the way ix hard and long, For that gray fears upon it throng, I .vet my journey to a Jong . . . gbzigazil mc monouglt, ale 1658 CENTRE STREET, WEST ROXBURY NOTRE DAME ACADEMY, ROXBURY MAJOR: Education Square to the world, I watch the Jurfs .flow pace, Morning and evening, from my .vteadfast place. Aspirant: 1, 2 Glee Club: 1 Missions: 2 Science Club: 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer: 3 I.R.C.: 3 Children of Mary, Secretary-Treasurer: 3, 4 Class Secretary: 3, 4 Social Committee: 3, 4, Co-chairman: 4 A.S.C.: 4 4 Steering Committee: 4 House Council: 4 Junior Week-end Committee f- X., k ip -N ?3E3wSg,5g,w Qi N WX' Q4 'ie X iq, '14, 'I W3 Sa xx NW SS : H9 Q 'Tf3-"x-, - u: 5 ,qxgg-,.-F,-,.X .Q - Q , Sig mdk, .ft Q. LQ., - --1 mt. - J.'1? +O" f' . mae lx Ll W ll will , M , . alll? gi fm li 9 li N l x l ll , My ' 'l,'i9jv+x E l V gl W all lm ' l X PX f 1 Glee Club 1 Sophomore Operetta, Co-chairman Literary Club: 2 Serenades Committee: 2 'faa5": 3, 4 M24 GM -Ml-s wal falls Wil fllillq WL 'Y U all W m lW1:5,,,v,l 1, , M. bv. ml. ,um umkx--W X- l.. .. ..,.1 um :Lumami-mmwwmm,w::.'1m-mmrdfl'-'QQ E Uv X i , A - ' Tw'l"ffFW'w, 'LTTTKTLJFWX v'l'W"0"w'W ll - A MW: Q E .W w w '-fo 'l qw ' l m .ils,w ,Mamanwvllfiaafe' X :ul mv. mm H.-rl' .lm 'mum ,mem .11 lvl .L wb3w.l.:m wA'dlm.w,l:w9z fllF.wwR.w12-,Hs A x 1'QI'ldCZ Qy1'OI'l 77fZCcL3CZCll!CZ4'L OHEHYAHTAH PLACE, DAN BURY CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ALBANY MAJOR: Sociology When one ix frank, 0ne'5 very presence ix zz compliment. Helen ofouise mcofacblan BOULEVARD, NEWTOWN, CONNECTICUT CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NOROTON MAJOR: History And I would set a banquet for your pleasure, Brave with brave things my soul is dreaming of, Glad as my heart is glad, above all measure . . . Glee Club: 1 I.R.C.: 3, 4, President: 4 A.S.C.: 4 Sophomore Operetta Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 WW! 3 M' I ll fl I , J 0. fl f ff , ww, H1-4? .. 'J JW f , 1 'I 11 -I My me Qzmrkfi Qgivfgl' +?:g,O',,3f,1g gf W 5,5 fs 1.514 mf 4 , f . J s Ewa HL, ul 'fs-v.vw',3: M- ,ww ..n. '1 2 - - we I-'wr f I . ,fm--f -r'-v,.',i-,1,-,- .7 mia,prw,mw,gm-4'Leqf-rm r:-mfr.-,f:1: ,, 'Awwwff?5zrn-of-mwezg:M...,:a 1 L,-.-wg,n1x.a,W .win z' 'f'- 1 fy ,fe 1-1.0. f 1: Z " ff Y 1,1 MP Aspirant: 2, 3 Glee Club: 1, 2, 3 Librarian: 1 I.R.J.: 1 French Club: 1 Catholic Action: 2, 3 Modern Language Club: 4 ,.. ..i if , 2. :ff ,Tif Bffiwfl W 2-' if z F X25 ,MMT -Q: A' -as 1-gf 'ff bfi Q, A'--P9 .,..W...-. ,W,:,,,,..,,, ,L W 'wzfcxfvi-fzffsvwrzz,wefww-www-v-vN"' ,wff--ffm 4 f1fLfyy7z5z:?f'J'Lf'?QslnytfzWafv 1 'E-f' --'i 2 'lfff-L"772 Clfg HH OI' Qty 16 COLONIAL AVENUE, WALTHAM CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON MAJOR: French Faith grows a mountain and I take my Jtzznd Upon its utmoxt top. gileen Qatricla 1045 BEACON STREET, BROOKLINE MOUNT ALVERNIA ACADEMY MAJOR: Philosophy Years cannot meaxure Time for me. Fetch us the clock Of infinity. Glee Club: l, 2, 3, 4 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 Sophomore Operetta 5 J' rf ' fy f -mfg Ek.-Y-A - cf ,Vs !fn 4 af: Til F: nami- 'wf 4+ 'ze'-xw' mf- 5'-?'l7fiE'L.3Z1 'V viwfvi' '55-1"l'1f1 ifkfw I...+5,,-Sf: F 'Q L"M.1.,vm,.z A-'g,v,-ml 1-.. .. -A A ,iw Manhattanville College: 1 Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 I.R.J.: 2, 3, 4 S S J ia ,S My .S 1:1555 Wg: 1:5 E234 Q 4' s -ZA . ::-., 5:2-x-sxxxb, r:-g '24-ogy.-:w,:' :yr 1-fri :I-:z-2 CZlfU'QQl'L Q imonnell LONGWOOD TOWERS, BROOKLINE CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON MAJOR: History You there with the tranquil, lovely brow, What do you see so high? argaret tgbatrlcia gjech, cfe . 2779 MAIN STREET, LAWRENCEVILLE, NEW JERSEY CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, EDEN HALL MAJOR: English Lovelinesx such as yours will not be loxt, But, cast in bronze upon his very urn, Make known him Master, and for what good reason. Class Vice-president: 1 A.S.C.: 1 Student Council: 1 Glee Club: 1, 2 Student Government, Member-at-large: 2 Social Committee, Member at-large: 3 House Council: 1, 2, 3, 4 Head of Hardey: 4 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 Literary Club: 3, 4 Yearbook, Literary Editor "885"' 3 4 ' 1 Aspirant: 1, 2, 4 Prophecies Committee: 3 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 I.R.C.: 1, 2, 3, 4 I.R.J.: 4 math marshaif Gblielan 1627 ALCOR TERRACE, CINCINNATI CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, CLIFTON MAJOR: History Erect ax a compass in its curve . . . Crying out beauty like a silver flute. gnes arte tmocfolinsky 5056 MORSE AVENUE, SKOKIE, ILLINOIS MARYWOOD HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: English Amorphous is the mind, its quality Is in its fibre, not its form . . . Like a leaf on a still day unstirred. Dean's List: three times Catholic Action: I N.F.C.C.S.: 2 Literary Committee Head: 3 I.R.C.: 3 House Council: 3 "885" Editor-in-chief: 3, 4- A.S.C.: 3, 4- Literary Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 "Wheat and Cockle": 2, 3, 4 A 3551123 QTQL 515,--i,? .-Ifzli'-' S :MFI '9'::'2ff3,5's::? 5332113 gbbfsz iiiwgis sizes- taks tu .W-ww'sNn.m.w 'Ts K s B." s I Q G- - Q Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club: 1, 2 Basketball: 1, 2 Junior Week-end Committee I.R.C.: 4- House Council: 4 Science Club: 4 Art Club: 4 P flfl mdfle OWQI' 3 WAKEFIELD STREET, WORCESTER ST. PETER,S HIGH SCHOOL MAJOR: Sociology My honext mirror shows me wistful eyes That look beyond me, calm, inscrutable, wise . CSVLQIJCZ g2'LLl'fl!ClI'l, HILLSIDE ROAD, GREENWICH CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, GREENWICH MAJOR: History The Heart it the capital Of the mind, The Mind ix a Jingle State. The Heart and the Mind Together make A single continent. ' Aspirant: 4 Freshman Council Vice-president of class: 2 Class President: 3, 4 A.S.C.: 2, 3, 4 Board of Appeals: 3, 4 Faculty-Student Committee 3, 4 House Council: 2, 3, 4 Financial Committee: 3, 4 Vice-president of Student Government: 4 I.R.C.: 1, 2, 3, 4 c my Liw giihllffl I waist' Aspirant: l Glee Club: 1, 2, 3 Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 House Council: 4 I.R.J.: 4 Romance Language Club: 4 Art Club: 4 " . Z' T5 1 1 .-vsffssiiwssw X N - . 11'.Tt"1Sg ff 1 Q-1:f:.:ti.1v:Qf':ga:. , ' ' "I ' 'li' W, , ff4iiR'L'f.YNTIZSEM1 Nik Clip!! Ul.fA 41-1 LIBERTY STREET, HGLYOKE CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NOROTON MAJOR: Spanish Wise, beautiful and good, what can it mean That you should carry such abundant grace? Qorotlzy glfen moche, cle 91 SALISBURY AVENUE, GARDEN CITY SAINT MARY'S HIGH SCHOOL, MANHASSET MAJOR: Sociology On a columnar self How ample to relyg In tumult or extremity How good the certainty. Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 I.R.J,: 1, 2, 3, 4 President: 4 Dramatic Club: 1, 2, 3 Prophecies Committee: 3 Junior Week-end Committee House Council: 4 Head of Barat: 4 I.R.C.: 4 Yearbook Staff: 4 Steering Committee: 4 1 + I wi 1?-7: ,-A I 17 If ,4 1111 if 1 Aspirant: 3 Glee Club: 1 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 Missions: 1, 2, 3 Art Club: 4 WWI z- -5 M79 f 0 1' 1 I' '27 r J4 a , r WW1 MM f' Mwffpaf I 1fWW7'7f fuf"?"jf0'7'f27lWW ,gy 1,2 AMEMZ f Qin 1 Jiiffyilfil '-P??:'?ff'?' "i'fEf""J'-'.""'?', 'lf - V" 1 V' E ,' 'A' .ggwgjm ,mf-'wmi ' ,rf 1 ' I. :,"",,.'w'wf, m.1.,,- .-f-- A -ww - - flfc 1' 4' yu pf17!1l47,sy,fA,nf1J'1 ,ff W6 fjjf, 2f!',wf7,f'Q 'M' ClfLH'QQI'l flfl OI'LClfL 673 BOYLSTON STREET, BROOKLINE SACRED HEART HIGH SCHOOL, NEWTON CENTRE MAJOR: Education When it ix May, If May return - Had nobody a pang Lext on a face so beautiful He might not look again? ,ir gf QOILOI' CSjdlCQJO-XQCZTJO, CJ? . CARRERA 16 F533-98, BOCOTA, COLOMBIA NEUVO GIMNASIO, BOGOTA MAJOR: Sociology But under those eyes, all things are joined, All sorrow, and all beauty, ana' all spirit, Are one. Aspirant: 1, 2 Liturgical Choir: l Glee Club: 1 Science Club: 2 Catholic Action: 1, 2 Missions: 1, 2, 3, 4 Sophomore Operetta I.R.C.: 2, 3, 4, Vice-president: 4 I.R.J.: 3, 4 House Council: 4 Yearbook Staff: fl- Rosemont College: l Dramatic Club: 2 I.R.C.: 4 House Council: 4 Catholic Action: 3, 4 I.R.J.: 4 'gulie Sewer 92 S. MONTGOMERY AVENUE, BAY SHORE, L.I HEWLETT SCHOOL, EAST ISLIP MAJOR: Education You stand poised in the blue and buoyant air, Cinctured by bright winds, Treading the sunlight. oan ary Csuextro, ale . 740 HINMAN AVENUE, EVANSTON, ILLINOIS CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, CHICAGO MAJOR: Mathematics . . . The keen mind . . . through its liltle eye could .fee A sezrtian of infinity. Rosary College: 1, 2 Aspirant: 3 Catholic Action: 3, 4 I.R.C.: 3, 4, Treasurer: 4- I.R.J.: 4 , -.-ns X.. Salve Regina College: 1 Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 Glee Club: 2 House Council: 3 :XQ,..:.q ws A gli'-'-:,:3 casa? 5 asm 'S Tegf111fI3 . L 2313552 , 3 i?Z2fi':3f55l 1Wifi-C?-:L:v3itr:2"w:fz:q,1,::vf2f:ris1:fnfwr':vsf -gg,:,'ffEjQj4--Q"1.i3.::-Vg:'QQf11g5?g5j5515.':a,,:'-2,1-1352.,ggQ.g::5,,1rQ:p Sww e Qgnx Q ,z Fzixyyqo fi-il. "C . :fu-:. av-.-ca M.-.w . ..,. P1 'R'9-gk?.5.??kkhrE225,C32'X5:z:?-'RmM" 6:33-2X3?:Xv9?"'w : .aww ff wuz 'QL-L: -:qi-R-.vw ' ' . Na .. '. 5-.Sz-f.11..-Aram Qu-.gf-.f, ,s:.,,1xu.,xs,f?-3::.'emies-1,-4.s-:.-.zsas:-:,--:11..4,-nazi' arltza ouise QS1LczgfL.alz'an 23 ESSEX STREET, CRANSTON, R.I. CQNVENT of the SACRED HEART, ELMHURST MAJOR: Sociology Open and masklexs. , . dixtilled of all pretenxe. Rosemont College: 1, 2 Social Committee: 4 Student Council: 4 Day Student Representative: 4 Catholic Action: 3, 4 I.R..I.: 4 Missions: 3, 4 Aspirant: 3 Glee Club: 3, 4 Junior Prom Committee: 3 osemary nne Stuart, cle 28 CABOT STREET, NEWTON, MASS. CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON MAJOR: Education Ana' do I smile, such cordial light It is as a Vesuvian face Had let its pleasure through. Upon the valley glow - Dean's Honor List: once Dean,s List: three times I.R.J.: 1 Missions: 1 N.S.A. Junior Delegate: Z Council: 3 Glee Club: 2, 3, 4 Business Manager: 2 Faculty-Student Committee: 3, 4 Science Club: 2, 3, 4 President: 2, 3 Junior Week-end Committee: 3 Student Government: 4 Secretary: 4 Student Council: 4 A.S.C.: 4 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 Delegate to the Intercolle- giate Biological Society: 2, 3, 4 .aw-X :E '375i'i- "f2 A I - 1 A ' 'si V 1' , ,,, CSDCZHJTCZ KQOGFL glLOITL.S'OI'L 261 MARLBOROUGH STREET, BOSTON CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON MAJOR: Pre-Medicine those . , . with the explicit sensory apparatus of common sense, who know the exact distance between two points as the crow fliesg there is something attractive about zz mind that moves in a straight line CLTO! Vaughan 642 FOREST AVENUE, LARCHMONT THE URSULINE SCHOOL, NEW ROCHELLE MAJOR: History Blow through me, Life, pared down at laxt to bone, So fragile and so fearless have I grown! Rosemont College: 1, 2 Aspirant: 3 I.R.C.: 3, 4 Catholic Action: 3, 4- I.R.j.: 3. 4 Junior Week-end Committee ,L 'ifljl 'hm A W' ,. .aio MSI wig' 2 1. sl "1 ' F1754 M. ww T 'n l wie' 'Li.gQ3:4,, 'ivmxlvl if'-,gpg ' '-V'Y"LsG-, -W lllialtkflf livin Rirfgglvf WW' W 'C ww f, Elf 'f::5:l1':Sf'l JW .Q rgaliwgwxis'ffQ1:el3a::f.:1fE'af mg 3223- Saint Mary's,Indiana: I Dean's Honor List: three times Dean,s List: once Student Council: 3 Literary Club: 4 President: 4 "Wheat and Cockle": 3, 4 Editor-in-Chief: 4 - K. 5:2 -152 f if fi- H- -..,,, ,LJ CZVACZTCZ WQ'!Ch 32 MAYFLOWER ROAD, CHESTNUT HILL HOLY CRGSS ACADEMY, BROOKLINE MAJOR: English The mind is an enchanting thing V T is an enchanting thing like the glaze on a katydid-wing subdivided by sun till the nettings are legion. lgudith .ftqiexanclra yofung 61 UNION STREET, PITTSFIELD, MASS. CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ALBANY, N.Y. MAJOR: History This cool and laughing mind, renewed From covert sources like a springfs, Is potent to translate the mood Of all distraught and twisted things. I.R.C.: 3, 4 Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 House Council: 4 ' 6if.++wQ AS. z .eq 7 n. P' -' . ' - ' J' xi vt: il 1 . V "5 ' my, -4 - ' I., 1 - 'J 2 ' X .ann , . 19 I -it .X .,., . , , W 'b . ' 71' ' T ':'- Y, . " A 3, Qa, Q 1 x l .c Q xA,., . -1 f4:'fj . f fi- ' "" ,S - 1 ""'. l . 'QF'-15 -53' ' 5 V F' 1 M '5 " 9 V w' ' R, V M, .ig - 2 . ' ' L 'iv 5--13: Q. J ". P Q ' . ' Y 'st if - V if N.. .- J . A .,. ,ma pg- .kjxly -' , .fi , .,,,., , .A fwifzm v -fn, MM, W WW-.. - --4 N A V 1 . Q5 . ':.."::'.-.-""""""'-----""--f--- ,QQ i - ' F , N' . f , -x -- f ' qi..- . N5 J ' 4 A g 1 a.. -- , K . an A 'r-nl' A 55 l AY 5 vc' Q' 'Q ""' .gli ng A .5 Q4 " . 'wg - ,-ua. 'Q .. -'f:".-JE rw- 11' ' ' me ,I .. N - ,-2.-' -1 '. . 5 ' . . 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Time for Education majors to talk over lesson plans Pat Hannon, Nancy Eddy, Sue Lawrence and Julie Saver Q -in Betsey Dray, Rosemary Stuart, Carol Healey and Maureen Ronan Nj . . . Time to wonder about next year . . . Lay Apostle Anne DeFazio planning her year in Jamaica with Mission Head Kate McCann .!",0 ,- 'H' . . . Time for surveys and statistics Mike Mahoney, Mitzi Shaghalian, Ann Power and Midge Day 'T' ski? ...A ,,. Q, If "Q-52" fag M? ,..,,,i-1-1 .',, .,A, QW.. fw- ,LM----E I 1 , 5 3 1 :A- mi -X Ffa' . X LQ 14551 I f -. -ef?ig::kgB.ff 1 ' '1f"",. 'L . fn., fi, ' i 4' W 135, 'Wai' , v.., ,. 0 A--Q, L 1 X , 99 M.: .x ,ful-. ,M ' Q : H -5. , f-. +11 wx f T1 e .1 ,x ,,. , 1- 3 :j . if 5 ,gy 4 , x . ' 1 , I - - 1 ' I- '- N f-, Q, my 21 Q . . ' 2' " -. wf , ,lf , P 35 " ..,. -Qi 4- -f , , ' I : . vi 4 .". ' .-'. ' M 4 f 5' e Q xl. , K..-I .- f ,P-may 'TJ fr? Q-. 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Maj fag lvyiiz, , I ,' J fi V , . .. .' -S9 -4 " .5 ,MRA , P :I ,ft A fum 3 ' 'WV I - , QQQWQ J Qiyqv. '!,.:'. ,VL - .ff fm W ig, 'ff fav'-4 if "'5"'aJ5f'If! ' f 7. vnu rin' K lu. I 1 J 'I I. In-.-. Ji ,,g-Jew x Ex, ., 4 1 -Lu. a ... , ,- mg at 'Fw Rx W. . ...A .. mu. X ,.v .,7,. va-'F' Q "W ff? QVA3' ww rr . Q, , ,M xx ..- :fm .- Ci xi", 5 is?-3' A-A Qu , ..... ...wx if I A 1 T :J X s W . xx, tx 4 ' X it' x X K v . J T' f , X A f -'l5,'4V.f:.5if , A- Mx .1 . Q + 1. v. gen . ym-' .T xfkqi . ,.v WV-:'8Yf!fH - 4. we ix 1 .4 Qx - ag 9 , .4 E 5 I 3 ..-Ny SOCIAL COMMITTEE ' I I , E. N. D. C. D. R. M M G. S. planners of good times Ll-1- -1 Good McKay Fitzgerald Ward Bohen Stuart . Lawler . j. Eagan McDonough Kennedy, Co-chairmen . . . arbiters of graciousness . . . and at dinnertime Reverend M0ther's tea at Christmastime auz1sa aaLx ' ' , l 1 i Ellen Egan and Mary Ellin Burns in library Opposite, JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS L to R: Joan Coniglio, Presidentg Dolores Seeman, Vice-Presidentg Patty Curran, Secretaryg Anne Marie Walsh, Treasurer. -A-,fn N.-...w ...A JU 10115 sf Q Left Row, T to B: J. Phillips, S. Uncles, B. Walsh, J. Whitty, S. Sestito, K. O,Shea, M. White, P. Sweeney. Center Row, T to B: L. 0'Donoghue, E. Nelsor P. Welch, O'Connor. Right Row, T to B: P. O'Neill, K. Stephens, J. Sweeney, P. Rohan. Front Row, L to R: D. Bohen, A. Baker, A. Cooke, D. Cosgrove, E. Carr. Top Row, L to R: M. Capobianco, F. Beane, P. Ajo, C. Casellas, K. Conway, J. Chute, J. Buckley. As Junior Week-end draws near, it gets harder and harder to study . . . . . . and harder and harder to handle those calls. ,. , ii... .,..,p,,, . ,Q Mm.. Above: Front Row, Lto R: M. A. Gilmore, M. Dealy, M. Good, Grant, L. Donnelly, S. Forziati. Top Row, L to R: G. Hibschman, D. Cosgrove, M. Doelger, Gillespie, R. Goeckner, G. Gallagher, H. Craig, J. Haggarty, B. Holters. Junior Week-end committees iron out their last problems . . . l fn' b l I-,lmul -. .-.1 .. , ,. , xx ,.., ,...,.x-..w1,,.,. .,,- N,:..V. -. .L ,.,.:..v.1: g .,-Q, . 4 A KN ICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY xffmsmzvq- a . , - - ART CLUB OFFICERS admire a Seascape by N. C. Wyeth Seated: Barbara Johnson, Presidentg Paola Ajo standing: Anne Marie Walsh. , , . ly Q , E Pl i, f 3. . 3 W Z Q i f I . J mfl lillu 3 I ' Q 9 5 S u ? 4 I ,1-p: SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS . . pf" . '- ..v1......., L to R: Debbie Fitzgerald, Secretary, Martha Miele, President, Nan Anderson, Vice-President, Nancy McKay, Treasurer. Front Row, L to R: M. Dowling, C. F rawley, M. Galvin. Second Row: M. Durnan, P. Engel, M. Donnelly, K. Ellis. Top Row: M. Davis, B. Engel, E. Erickson. - Ymqmrw Left Row, T to B: B. Hunnewell, C. Higgins, J. Hanrihan, B. Horri- gan, Right Row, T to B: S. Kenney, M. Kelly, M. Kelley, S. Heffernan, A. Heaton, K. Hollister, Seated, L to R: N. Kane, G. Hannaford, B. Hackett E. Holland. Front Row, L to R: O'Neill, Neville, S. O'Connor, D. Powexs, M. McCabe, D. Radios. Top Row, L to R: K. McDermott, O,Connor, L. McGann, C. Lucca, M. Martin, S. O'Connell, L. Moir, N. McGinnity, P. McCarthy. I 1 'gh 75, .A 1 x- .ggi ,, V1 ,Y ' '- 9117. ' I 5 1 .I gm fi 5 by t if z 5 i LW! sn' ,elf .A ' II iff' i W, 4, . A '7.wy" v1 A Y ' ' J 1 u . . I v r -," W '. 'Y ,233 , A-,QLQ 1 A ,v 4 I . 5 , , A ? 40 3 fig? v ewan .:. J. WA! .writ -.-4, mar" bx .nv -4' , . . M W 'EI 3-..,!??i3 ,. ,, t ,rjdlniwvzu nw - , I ,,v.--- 5 .41 vu' ' ' .... +'w5W'H7",,, ..x.. , , , 413 f ,-if N1 U-. AWN ""'AA' F - W" H 5.11 K , 5 3 fW-Q V-MT , , .- .,,g Q ' 9 . ., A M . ,,,. , M " - - t ,Y -.... .,..., w f NM 1 Q q . .A,A ., f ., V. I , YC? H Q' ,L .: y N. X, ug "Rael -V? Ar FY FRESHMEN ' . Erwin-. iam n.1.x'a':l.2wt . fax' mtv mi. -uv. m'1r.1wL MQ ..,. 'xnsfsmsA'i.xwuK4xx,..z,z:z.1!1' 'rnvvpwem .AJ-, vrgmiwlw ' .., ,mars-uf ' ' ... sw S-'srwv"":' :N ' wzmaxxvml1 Mary Lou Foster has everything out . . . x, . . . Anita Hennessy wondering where to put it all 1 if 3, S 1' Xxx X SSR"Q N X 9 Fil -v . ' '-'xx -55' X h -x ,N , ESS, Ng .ug-X9 , X: X. xiy wi F ' 1 ,N . X i X Y sf , Q 'fe X X , X N Q N W . 1-5,41 . .' Erik-:T M S t .... ka 3 . 3' Q ima, V-.5 rg- X Xi x x X w V if .s '95 N.. X, . Y ,A Q. K S ,I " 1 ' .2-v,..,ig:l 1-'-ii,:,e-.sm ,aa -'lt X 'N mai 9 ix kv X '-'Q' 4- 11? 9, 'F Q er ,iff iv , bi f' V. ..'vqSl'Qg1i5fE,+2-1. -- - : P2512 E' ' 'rem-i:EX5s1S:b1'r. :F 'f ' -' ' , ' mf 123' :, W: X 1 4 x 5' N 5 fx if xKX X ,RW i 4, was ? i 5 1 -- :I :RSX 4 5,2 ,, I E , .4,:,,.,,, A 514553, W , 67 5 v N1 ,. .az-vw 'sqrswvix ' :fs 11- :, :- -GN' fam, A Q- 2" - ' . ' - 1 D I , U ...,. w .... W, H , , ,4,., S 1 -A 'mrs 'wif il? 31,1 , 5 R . .f ,,,.. - 1 . g-fg,,v,,1, V Ei ,:f,555,.,:,,: "Sm-kv.:-: ' a2SSE::i:E' H Y ., xafgggf rp , CS' ,X . 4522? ,Q , ,,.,+x.3gg9v-4-, -K-M: - if ,3:,:--,,-,-,939mfr.:-,.,,.,, ' A 1 Front Row, L to R: P. O'NeiIl, R. O'Neil, G. Novella. Back Row: N. O'Nei1l, P. O'Conor, M. Nolan, B. O'Connor. ii' -1' fi, V'-if I- I ii ill' I rin' xii! B' Front Row, L to R: N. Rivera, N. Rocco, M. Stehling. Back Row: A. Sinnott, K. Schaumber N. Simpson, A. Richmond Below: Seated, L to R: C. Hall, A. Guerrero, M Gummere, 'R. Hanley. Standing, L to R: A. Hollings- worth, C. Hafey, S. Harding, A. Hennessy, E. Hayes FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS . . l Seated: Elizabeth Scheib, President, Standing, L to R: Elizabeth Good, Treasurer, Mary Stehling, Mem- ber-at-large, Alice Coleman, Vice-President, Margaret Lawler, Secretaly. Seated, L to R: J. Vollbrecht, M. Sturges, J. Thompson, B. Thole. Standing, L to R: A. Thomason R. Sullivan. E ' : . , , -.xg 3,4 .Q 1? vo 'aff' 5? z Q 6 r- Q fygzes 1.5, ,K:..,.,.5j . A 1 Front, L to R: E. Eads, M. Dineen. Back, L to R: S. Connolly, M. L. Dillon, K. Denton, G. Eben, D. Couig, C. Corroon. L to R: C. A. O,Shea M. Reedy, K. O'Shea M. F. Quinlan, B. Queally, M. Parsons E. Pepper. ver Q I ,K+ ., xy 1 , , ., ,Ll , 1 Al .V . 'LQ - 3 ' , V -4 W .,. 5- 1,7391 ig- gl-ff: -ffiv' , -I Yrff, p.fj'?,- ., 7..,,f .b,x.,. X.,5 5 ..,. M V" . ,V ,A W X: HOUSES The house plan is one of Newton's oldest tra- ditions. Through the growth and expansion of the past few years, it has remained a firm and unchanging aspect of college life. The passage of Time has only strengthened it. Each house has its own unique spirit, but the spirit of all the houses is one of warmth, generosity and harmony. This is how it happens . . . Barat House in springtime WMN The front steps of Stuart between classes Through a glass, but brightly . . . quiet study in Duchesne 'X' 5 Q V1 .' - .,,,V1l "4 .,, 4. X 5, SE 5 1 .-M.. "' -ww.-44-' .5 :, R3 E if 1 xv Q. Swan , ,way Mother Smith, Mrs. O'Connor and Duchesne's House Council plan their Halloween Party . . . after the Spook House, some cider mash-6-"f'4l:l nn-u-guna- ' 'Mimi- 9552 if Vi 2222? :fm SE' W -..'5'r'g.'.5, X. . . ., gs. v Q ' E' 'iwg SEX 'ks 'rr iP5xws 1Q?:f i2f?e iii ft I if I if :iv Q my A 223 Q eg .- ir X ' l vm el i g E215 fi Q Q :QI lg S I i , 12 ii:': f 1 f s :Zia , 5, :, 'Il Q 24: " Si . .,. . A S ' 5 5 5 if . ,,. , i a""Z't,.. 1 .i 2:32 i I1-15.-'iz , -:.iIr. tt4'4va1J '7"" Owl?-' -U- 1 4W:Q5,2'f.?F:"' . .. ,..- ......,..,, 5 'W-fm W:...,...............,.n-,gag , 'TN' 9.'fgz'I.'Z'EZf'.f15"'..i'.'.'E ZH e f 2 f sz i f fin 14 lf. E5 4 si .z - i Q :ii . ass 'Q f sg T - E Zia.: . -, 'F n 127 ff Q' f 232 E33 1.51 ' ir?-1 31 P - 43 Q 1 1'-H 1fln People in a glass house . . . . . . listening to the carollers 'sa , 5 r ! e I E e E 9 'ff-vw, N -as if 1 i Q 1' f QQ' at xff' fl I ,Rx , asm ' f V Q S .3 41" Q- .-Mg, 1'-x Q.. 138, ,gym ,Q Y wx is "Nl w,...,'1'u T, A ,. x. ,,....- W I. R. C. OFFICERS plan a meeting on Algeria: ii --.A fl, . .L C. i- ffiw e I S1 S.: Leonor Salcedo, Vice-President Helen McLachlan, President Joan Sextro, Secretary-Treasurer 'F qw- , s' i ee s l , - . , A A A L A Q' f 1, TT ! QQ- WR 'ln--X A ,Ai- wzu, ,pb fy ff., A rg :Y-, IV.- Q CLUBS IN THE AESTHETIC TRADITION 0 GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Fran Beane Berenice Hackett Juanita Buckley Puggy Byme Sheila Hurley, President Mary Jane Eagan O QUEE CLUB XMAS CGNUERT 1 in I-XSSEVIS LY HALL Tues, DECEtVSBEPt17,af7:I,5?n mia W' ,, -v 1 'fsyif-'QE 3-N ' ,f X pf the joyful shape of song at the Christmas Concert OPERA CLUB ..... a tradition at Christmas, the moving shape of song and story NAMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS" A '33 Q ,Q X 3 1 S P K I 0 1: x i F 1 . , i E3 .3 r 1 i i I 2 . x3 . . Q f V 'Qi' 'V .. . 'ga-1? - 'Q i f V K . gf, , ,s .+ W5 '3':j'. f ., A, 1. . . X :M,m,,.,, , V, FOTHERINGHAY DRAMATIC. CLUB For Mary of Scotland a time of waiting, the sensing of destiny Q 2 'eff V. x -1 E -T. IN THE CHRISTIAN TRADITION . . . CHILDREN OF MARY. . . inner strength A I P. Peck J. Kirk J. Sextro M. Corbett D. Roche B. Duffy S. Hurley M. Eagan J. Carey l I 1.55. V, gul f? ii , V52 I 3.5. S. Carroll A. Gaynor G. Keating B. Dray L. Salcedo A. Figge S. Kennedy, President G. McDonough R. Stuart M. E. Cunningham 5 D. Seernan Y. Lepoutre M. Capobianco B. Hackett P. Massman A. Coleman S. Kenney J. Stuart G. Hibschman J. Vollbrecht J. Gillespie H. Craig F. Beane 'Qi ' ' .11 , ,,, r 'vu fl.. -my 1, -Aww. .f Mb, i AAN ...::r...,, ,,,, Y K R 'AS' .,q.t3, . ' '- "f.,7"i....- ' ' Y ' Er U .f Q . A ,F. .: Af , . , HE E:.,V5?,.1,, ,. , -195573 X . " if ,:g,f,,5J ,,.- 3 f ww H 31 'ff -b ':.Nm"Qs5::i151aL: fr ,,..... CATHOLIC ACTION Smal: Wvvllwiitll CATHCLIC ACTION OFFICERS: above, l. to r., Susie Kennedy, Beth Duffy. President, and Helen Craig N.F.C.C.S. DELECATES, below, find a day for the Forumg Dolores Seeman and Sally O'Connell 5535 55 3 1: 'Q ff E22 ' f 3:25 " :vw-af, xl rf:-.31-. if .1- -A MK V 1 Q5 we I si bb SAA 3 ysrx Tw: in-N, ff M 1, , . ' 'iff' ' Q . 1' 3' , 1' . V " . , THE INNER LIEE . . A day ..... Pondering the next move: Martha and friend ww' F-ffl ff I at-iran -- I ,af '34 i IN ACTION E Q35 If at St. Elizabeth's I.R.J. OFFICERS, Dottie Roche and . Stephanie Landry, go over plans for is 'cjamaican Night" is Unchanging patterns in the life of the Church: LITURGICAL CLUB OFFICERS, Judy Vollbrecht, Bobbie Holters and Reita Goeckner planning a display for Lent fl ly 2 X tjuiiffgd - I , ..,. mx: IN THE LITERARY TRADITION ..... the patterns of words, news, "885',, Newton's newspaper criticism, insight THE STAFF, 1. to r. S. O'Connel1 A. Podolinsky P. Ajo M. Capobianco G. Keating R. Goeckner P. Sweeney M. Dealy, Editor S. Macksoud . . . alse has a battle with Time 1 The patterns of unfamiliar words become familiar . . Shelley Carroll Ursula Gahan, President Angela Heaton ROMANCE WHEAT AND COCKLE short stories, verse, essays l. to r.: P. Curran P. Sweeney M. Keating A. Podolinsky K. Welch, Editor A. Clausmeyer LANGUAGE CLUB SCIENCE CLUB .... new discoveries from permanent laws . . the instrument . . aret Lehan with an experiment Below, the method: Mother Cunningham helps Evelyn Chiao, President, Sandy Thomson and Marg V 4 ,.- . ' 2 J 5 .:1:,, wp L. pq. fn, is 1.2 9,5- awnn:Lxfrz3V!vrsJ.:mrn-ants ' ..5'g3.. L-nr-vncvwrs fqgurrs-uplg f'.,!'F-5. - r V Q :Q H 'n f - p if ' mlfxiw' Q , .,A- 1,-Q ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION in the tradition of fun and fair play pr ,-...-..............-.,-..-.-.-- K ' J -em D., , 9 OFFICERS: Helen Craig, Marie Doelger, and rugged individualist Margie George Right, N.S.A. DELEGATES Mary Stehling and Berenice Hackett -. ,-Vxf.,ws,55,,,,,,.,,:K., ,..N,,. ,., .,.s,.,X. ,, w2,.,.,,,,,,,.W,.c - i . .-. bf. f ,..:,.-fa. A..-.1,m ,.,,,.,x,w..x... .iv 1 I I eu 1 - 4 1 Q W 55' fx: V if 4 Q i W W . Ma, xwvw 1 lv, - 1 2 q . w ,, ax -W W' ' sm 'WWMQQ 0 F Qirifuiw , . l R . . M :EH N , . 1, - . .f--- X -V X. uawnunwisnf fdliiivvliw-M 1 sw The staff of THE WELL: 1. to r., Gengean Keating, Art Editor, Patty Peck, Literary Editor, Mary Keat ing, Editor-in-chief, Martha Dwyer, Business Manager We would like to thank .... Mother Maguire, for her patience and encouragement in good times and bad Mother Husson, for her helpful comments on THE WELL,S progress Miss Patsy Murray, for generously sharing her own yearbook experience Mr. Ralph Norman, our photographer, who has an eye for a camera and an eye for humor Evelyn Chiao, for the gracious loan of her Zeiss-Ikon for THE WELL'S snapshots Shelley Carroll, for her enthusiasm and expert typing Joan Sextro, for her mathematical assistance Dottie Roche, for keeping track of the achievements of the '58-ers Leonor Salcedo, for taking all our odd jobs Qand odditiesj in stride . . . and all the Newtonites who remembered to be "in the right place at the right time." PATRONS AND PATRONESSES Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Ajo Vice Admiral George W. Anderson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Bohen Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buehler Mr. and Mrs. John T. Canniff Mr. and Mrs. J. Roger Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Clark Mrs. Walter Clausmeyer Mr. and Mrs. William B. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. George Corroon Mr. and Mrs. J. Dalton Couig Hon. and Mrs. Edward Day Dr. and Mrs. Harold C. Denman Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dick Donnelly Advertising Co. H. Dowd Co. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dwyer Mrs. Edward F. Eagen Mr. and Mrs. James W. Eben Dr. and Mrs. Augustine W. Eddy Dr. and Mrs. George A. Englert Mrs. Joseph Fazakerly Mr. and Mrs. John F. Flaherty Hon. John P. Flanagan Mrs. John P. Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Figge Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Foley Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert V. Foster Mr. William H. Frantz Dr. and Mrs. John W. Gahan Dr. and Mrs. Martin F. Gaynor Mr. and Mrs. George E. Gilmore Rear Admiral and Mrs. Paul R. Glutting Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Goeckner Mr. and Mrs. Nathan B. Goodnow Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Gregory Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. Hackett Mr. and Mrs. Francis I. Hafey Hon. and Mrs. Edwin F. Hannon Mr. and Mrs. John F. Higgins Dr. and Mrs. Otto R. Holters . and Mrs. Joseph M. Kager . and Mrs. John F. Keating Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Keck Mr Mr Dr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Killeen Admiral and Mrs. Oberlin C. Laird Mr. and Mrs. James G. Landrigan Mr and Mrs. Sidney H. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Little Mr. and Mrs. Leslie I. Madden W. J. Maguire Co. Mr and Mrs. John F. McQueeney Mr and Mrs. Dominick Morley Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O'Leary Dr. and Mrs. Maurice C. O'Shea Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pepper Mr. and Mrs. James S. Reardon Mr and Mrs. James H. Reedy Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Rice Mr. and Mrs. James D. Saver Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius F. Schaeffner Mr and Mrs. Gerard R. Scheib Mr and Mrs. Henry Seeman Fred R. Sextro Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Sheehan Co. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sinnott S. S. Pierce Co. Mr Mr Mr Mr . and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs . Philip P. Stuart . Walter K. Sturges . Robert W. Thompson William Uncles and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welsh Grosse Pointe Academy of the Sacred He aft . T. Vollbrecht Prince Spaghetti House O famous for Italian Dishes O Pizza a specialty O Delicious - Steaks, Chops, Seafood Recommended by Duncan Hines 595 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON LI 2-0400 Jane Tooher Sport Clothes 598 Columbia Road Dorchester 25, Mass. Outfitter to Newton College of The Sacred Heart Waterproohng Masonry Walls Above Ground Repointing Open Weathered Joints In Masonry Walls BIRDPROOFING BUILDING CLEANING estern uterprooling Company, Inc. 82 West Dedham Street Boston 18, Massachusetts John H. Hession J. Joseph Callaghan President Treasurer PAC KING MOVING STORAGE lIAH1.ETIlN W. BERRY Serving the New England States, New York State and Canada TWinbrook 4-3929 II9 Russell Street Waltham 54, Mass. Compliments ofthe Newton College Alumnae Association Stone Ridge Country Day and Weekly Boarding School 9101 ROCKVILLE PIKE WASHINGTON 14, D C Cd db ThRI fhS dH K d EI d CII P FULLY ACCREDITED CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART C' L' dH fdRd Ob k Phldlh 31 MANHATTANVILLE COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART Purchase New York ELMHURST ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART Providence, Rhode Island Compliments of a Friend Compliments of Compliments and Good Wishes of , M. cl M . Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Dray F r ,ml Roman roncus . l Eden Hall Convent ofthe Sacred Heart E B arding and Country Day School H Torresd I Albany 2, New York Phl d I h 14 P I CCNVENT OF THE ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART SACRED HEART Norman on the Sound Greenwich, Connecticut N C Q Congratulations to the class Compliments of of 1958 Dr' and Mrs' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. McDonough James F. Roche Best Wishes Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Byrne Arnold F. McLachlan Arlington Coal 81 Lumber Company AI PARK AVENUE ARLINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS M. L. McDonald Co. Painting Contractors 71 Arlington St. Watertown, Moss. FANDEL PRESS, Inc. Complete Printing Service 59 McBride St. Jamaica Plain 30, Mass. JAmaica 4-0204 - 4-0205 I. H. McNAMARA, INC. READY MIX CONCRETE Sand, Gravel and Roofing Gravel 298 North Harvard Street Allston, Mass. STcdium 2-3350 TW 3-7562 COUNTY DAY SCHOOL OF THE SACRED HEART 785 Centre Street N n 58, Massach P nent and Weekly Bo d Day School Last year at Convent of the Sacred Heart Lawrence and Woodrow Wilson Av Detroit 6, Mich. N dd S p b 1958 KENSINGTON ROAD BLOOMFIELD HILLS MICHIGAN CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART I East 9Ist Street New York, New Yo k DUCHESNE RESIDENCE SCHOOL 7 East 9'lst Street N Y k N Y k ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART 8 Prince Street R h 7 N Y k FRIGIDAIRE mocle only by Generol Motors D. L. 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Comlvlzmemif q' the Bon Ami Company Best Wishes to the Graduates me Junior Cfddif Compliments of CI Friend Hon. and Mrs. George R. Beane Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. O'Connor BROCTON, N. Y. EM wiAAe5 Ifo Me Q'aaluafe5 Class of 1960 Congratulations to the Class of 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Duffy Compliments f The P. D. George Co. P infs-Vcrnishes-Lacquer ST. LOUIS, MO. 6x4 jrierw! Mflompliments of a Friends, Congratulations to the Class of l958 Dr. and Mrs. George J. Dwyer Quirk Paper Company Industrial Supplies Paper, Bags, Twine Toilet Paper, Towels, Cups 22 Main Street Holyoke, Mass CLASS OF 1959 Paola Ajo, 45 East 66 St., New York, N. Y. Ann Baker, 14 Garfield Rd., Milton, Mass. Frances Beane, 91 Pond St., Cranston 10, R. I. Dorothy Bohen, 93 Cypress St., Floral Park, N. Y. Juanita Buckley, 40 Summit Ave., Wollaston, Mass. Katharine Buehler, 35-31 160 St., Flushing, N. Y. Mary Ellin Burns, 25 Duck Pond Rd., Glen Cove, N, Y. Helen M. Byrne, 18055 Hamilton Rd., Detroit, Mich. Marcia Capobianco, 70 Baldwin Orchard Dr., Cranston, R. I. Eleanor Carr, 11 Porter St., Wenham, Mass. Carmen T. Casellas, 1803 Fernandez Juncos Ave., Santurce, Puerto Rico Janet Chartier, 28 West Main Rd., Newport, R. I. Janet Chute, 50 Rustlewood Rd., Milton, Mass. Elizabeth Clarke, 245 Mystic Valley Pkwy., Winchester, Mass. Susan Collins, Norwell, Mass. Joan Coniglio, 1185 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. Karen Conway, Pryer Manor Rd., Larchmont, N. Y. Alice Cooke, 56 Presentation Rd., Brighton 35, Mass. Donna Cosgrove, 48 Eliot St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. Helen Craig, 15 Newlands Street, Chevy Chase, Md. Marypat Curran, Ardsley Park, Irvington, N. Y. Ann Dailey, 53 Sherman Rd., Chestnut Hill, Mass. Margaret T. Dealy, 4 Hudson River Rd., Riverdale, N. Y. Jeanne DeFlorio, 2775 St. Paul Blvd., Rochester, N. Y. Marie Doelger, 17 East 89 St., New York, N. Y. Alicia Donnelly, Job's Island, Common St., Dedham, Mass. Ellen Egan, 23 Dale Ave., Gloucester, Mass. Anne Foley, 16 Shattuck Park Rd., Norwood, Mass. Sheila Forziati, 35 Washington Ave., Winthrop, Mass. Janet Frantz, Tremont Farm, Media, Penna. Gail Gallagher, 1 Longview Pl., Great Neck, N. Y. Jane Gillespie, Biltmore Ave., Rye, N. Y. Mary Alyce Gilmore, 2703 Fontenelle Blvd., Omaha, Nebraska Reita Goeckner, 906 Pleasant Ave., Highland Park, Ill. Marion Good, 743 W. Roxbury Pkwy., Roxbury, Mass. Janet Grant, 111 Westchester Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. Joan Haggarty, 5555 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, Ill. Gail Hibschman, 343 Parkway Dr., Pittsburgh 28, Penna. Barbara Holters, Green Grove Rd., Neptune, N. J. Barbara Johnson, Cedar Hill, Pompton Lakes, N. J. Kathleen Kingston, 51 Oakridge St., Dorchester, Mass. Judith Laird, Apartado 2736, Caracas, Venezuela, S. A. Julia Lamy, 9530 Ladue Rd., Clayton 24, Missouri Stephanie Landry, P. O. Box 572, New Iberia, La. Sheilah Lane, 25 Hutchinson Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y. Glenna LaSalle, 3217 West Shore Rd., Warwick, R. I. Yvelyne Lepoutre, 137 Oakley Rd., Woonsocket, R. I. M. Virginia Little, 60 Don Ave., Rumford, R. I. Suzanne Macksoud, 511 Heights Rd., Ridgewood, N. Deanie Madden, 7 Amherst Rd., Wellesley, Mass. E. Dean Maloney, 3332 St. Paul Blvd., Rochester, N. Y. Anne E. Maslen, 60 East 94 St., New York, N. Y. Susan McAuley, West River Rd., Perrysburg, Ohio Mary Jo McAvinn, 121 Perkins St., Melrose, Mass. Lilyann Mitchell, 87 Highfield Rd., Harrison, N. Y. Karen Mullin, 11 Woodland Rd., Minneapolis, Minn. Maryjane Mulvanity, 157 LaGrange St., W. Roxbury, Mass. Ellen Nelson, 62 Windsor Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. Joanne O'Connor, 9 Dupont Ave., White Plains, N, Y. Lois OlDonoghue, 5046 Sedgwick St., Washington, D. C. Patricia O'Neill, 91 Allerton Rd., Milton, Mass. Kathleen O,Shea, 2 Washington St., Peabody, Mass. Janet Phillips, 34 Sheafe St., Brookline, Mass. Phebe Rohan, Cream St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Jeanne Scheaffner, 14 Beech St., Floral Park, N. Y. Dolores Seeman, 5217 Elsmere Ave., Bethseda, Md. Margit Serenyi, 57 W. Foster St., Melrose, Mass. Sandra Sestito, 13 Chelmsford Rd., Rochester, N. Y. Katharina Stephens, 45 Longue Vue Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y Sue Sughrue, 56 Tennis Place, Forest Hills, N. Y. Jane Sweeney, 221 Strawberry Hill Ave., Stamford, Conn. Patricia Sweeney, 395 Palisade Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. Sandra Uncles, 140 Ridgewood Rd., West Hartford, Conn. Anne Marie Walsh, 104 Englewood Ave., Brookline, Mass. Norinne Walsh, 73 Whittier Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. Patricia Welsh, Cathlow Drive, Riverside, Conn. Maureen White, 12 Ruskin St., West Roxbury, Mass. Jane Whitty, 124 Theodore Parker Rd., W. Roxbury, Mass. CLASS OF 1960 Mary Annette Anderson, 25 Makalapa Dr., Honolulu, T. H. Patricia Annunziata, 5 Tudor City Place, New York, N. Y. Alexandra Armstrong, 1654 34th St. N. W., Washington, D. Brenda Baxter, Garner Lane, Bay Shore, N. Y. Patricia Beattie, Pinecroft Rd., Greenwich, Conn. Virginia Blouin, 29 Preble Gardens Rd., Belmont, Mass. Ann Blunt, 73 Kenelworth Ave., Brockton, Mass. Judith Breck, 24 Oxford St., Spring6eld, Mass. Mary E. Brusch, 15 Grozier Rd., Cambridge, Mass. Ellen Moira Burns, 89 Fletcher Rd., Belmont, Mass. Anne A, Canniff, 1030 Lake Shore Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Lita Capobianco, 70 Baldwin Orchard Dr., Cranston, R. I. Mary Carnes, 1721 Centre St., West Roxbury, Mass. Stella M. Clark, 3 Glen Head Rd., Glen Head, N. Y. Lenore Coniglio, 1185 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. Eleanor Coppola, 9 Calvin Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. Christine Cortellessa, 154 Bradford St., Bristol, R. I. Mary Davis, 32 Garfield Ave., Weymouth, Mass. Mary Lou Degnan, 110 Village St., Reading, Mass. Joan DiMenna, 40 Rhynas Drive, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Catharine Donahoe, Woodlawn, Baltic, Conn. Moira Donnelly, 773 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, Wisc. Margaret Dowling, 197 Melrose St., Rochester, N. Y. Susan Doyle, 160 Arborway, Jamaica Plain, Mass. Jane Dunn, 7 West Hill Place, Boston, Mass. Maureen Durnan, 33 Busteed Dr., Midland Park, N. Mary Egan, 51 Oxford Rd., Longmeadow, Mass. Katherine Ellis, 610 East Ave., Rochester, N. Y. Barbara Engel, 45 Barnsdale Rd., Short Hills, N. Patricia Engel, 45 Barnsdale Rd., Short Hills, N. Elise Erickson, 20 Broadview Terrace, Chatham, N. J Deborah Fitzgerald, 115 Lewiston Rd., Grosse Pointe Margaret Flynn, 4 Herbert Rd., Quincy, Mass. Frances Fortin, 227 Springfield St., Springield, Mass. Christine Frawley, 68 Tennyson Dr., Short Hills, N. Mary Jane Galvin, 49 Monument Ave., Charlestown, Mass. Patricia Gamino, 12 Seaview Ave., Cranston, R. I. M. Lindsay Gowan, 56 West Lane, Bay Shore, N. Y. Gabriella Gyorky, 1060 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. E. Berenice Hackett, 19 Hanson St., N. Providence, R. I. Gail Hannaford, 109 Bayview Ave., Babylon, N. Y. Jeanne Hanrihan, 103 High Rock Lane, Westwood, Mass. Mary E. Harrington, 40 Adam Terrace, Lowell, Mass. Barbara Hatch, 62 Evergreen Ave., Auburndale, Mass. Angela Heaton, 265 Wilson Ave., Rumford, R. I. Sally Heffernan, 21 Ridgetop, St. Louis, Missouri Carole Higgins, 430 So. Main St., Andover, Mass. Elaine Holland, Bellview Heights, Ashland, Mass P. Keyburn Hollister, 164 Bartlett Ave., Pittsfield, Brenda Horrigan, 161 Commercial St., Weymouth, Mass. M. Blanche Hunnewell, 146 Cliff Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. Marjorie Indzonka, 24 City Terrace No., Newburgh, N. Y. Carol Johnson, Cedar Hill, Pompton Lakes, N. J. Nancy Kane, 511 N. Washington St., N. Attleboro, Mass. Mary Kelley, 109 Follen Rd., Lexington, Mass. Marcia Kelly, 95 Prince St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. Suzanne Kenney, R. F. D. 3, Old Lyme, Conn. Ursula Kent, 47 May St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. Margaret Kilroy, 182 Boulevard, Middletown, R. I. Mary Brenda Koehler, 38 Observatory Ave., No. Providence, Connie Lucca, 3228 Tibbett Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Mary Ann Lucca, 3228 Tibbett Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Joyce Lussier, 108 Hillside Circle, Wayne, Penna. Isabel MacLean, 1425 Ridge Ave., Evanston, Ill. Nancy Madden, 405 Serrano Dr., San Francisco, Calif. Loretta Maguire, 48 Irving St., Watertown, Mass. Mary Ruth Mahon, 516 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centr Rosemary Maraventano,t2225 Lodovick Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Sheila Marshall, 32 Woodmont St., Portland, Maine Gertrude Martin, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada Michaelene Martin, 60 Park Terrace West, New York, N. Y. Margaret Massman, 1261 West 56 St., Kansas City, Missouri Joan McAuley, West River Rd., Perrysburg, Ohio Marie McCabe, 3214 Post Rd., Warwick, R. I. Patricia McCarthy, 57 Oxbow Rd., Weston, Mass. Kathleen McDermott, 166 Lindbergh Ave., Needham, Mass. Linda McGann, 35 Hawthorne Ave., Arlington, Mass. Nora McGinity, 41 Hilton Ave., Garden City, N. Y. , Mich. Mass. C. R. I. e, Mass Nancy McKay, 2345 Ashland Ave., Evanston, Ill. Martha Miele, 75 No. Bergen Place, Freeport, N. Y. Linda Moir, 885 Sheridan Rd., Glencoe, Ill. Janet Murphy, 27 Cerdan Ave., West Roxbury, Mass. Janet Neville, 125 Ward St., Chestnut Hill, Mass. Sally Ann O'Connell, 7 Deal Rd., Island Park, N. Y. Eleanor O'Connor, 29 Carleton Circle, Belmont, Mass. Jane O'Connor, 254 Woodland Rd., Madison, N. J. Sheila O'Connor, 110 Stratford Rd., W. Hempstead, N. Y. Julie O'Neill, 59 Mystic St., West Medford, Mass. Darryln Powers, 63 Walnut St., Watertown, Mass. Dorothy Radics, 139 Carbon St., Paterson, N. J. Rosemary Roche, 55 Fairview Ave., West Warwick, R. I. Judith Romano, 6 Newton St., Wickford, R. I. Fernanda Ronci, 584 Pleasant Valley Parkway, Providence, R. I. Kathleen Runkle, 1009 Seneca Rd., Wilmette, Ill. Sally Ruppel, 36400 South Woodland Rd., Chagrin Falls, Ohio Virginia Scully, 76 Abbott Rd., Dedham, Mass. Marie Settembrini, 1641 Haight Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Lorraine Silvester, 85 Page Rd., Bedford, Mass. Mimi Stephan, 144 Greenwood Ave., Evanston, Ill. Joanne Stuart, 28 Cabot St., Newton, Mass. Mary Jane Surgala, 5 Eton Crest, Manhasset, N. Y. Grace Tamm, 3353 Runnymede Place, N. W., Washington, D. C Ann Taylor, 14 Homewood Rd., West Roxbury, Mass. Suzanne Thornton, 8 Shornecliffe Rd., Newton, Mass. Jane Waldron, 130 Forest Ave., Rye, N. Y. Carole Ward, 19 Aberdeen Rd., Wellesley, Mass. Patricia Winkler, 5 Foxcroft Rd., Rockville Center, N. Y. Jane Wray, 1121 Lake St., Evanston, Ill. CLASS CF 1961 Susan Ahern, 36 Bellair Dr., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. Ruth Amirault, 277 Center St., Bath, Maine Marie Francoise Aoun, Quinta San Antonio, 6 Avenida, Altamir Susan Armstrong, 15 Midland Ave., Bronxville, N. Y. Joan Barry, 211 Highland Ave., Newtonville, Mass. Margaret Blanchard, 465 Centre St., Newton, Mass. Anne Boller, 304 Washington St., Norwich, Conn. Mary Bush, 324 Moran Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Margaret Carroll, 640 West 231 St., Riverdale, N. Y Martha Clancy, 35 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. Alice Coleman, 50 Janet Rd., Newton, Mass. Carol Corroon, 75 Hampton Rd., Garden City, N. Y Dorothy Couig, 35 Graham Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. Kathleen Denton, 108 Marius St., Kingston, N. Y. Mary Loretto Dillon, 516 Augusta St., Oak Park, Ill. Margaret Dineen, 76 Westminster Rd., Garden City, Joan Donohoe, 7 Bridge St., Chelmsford, Mass. Sally Ann Dow, 19 Westminster Ave., Boston, Mass. Kathleen Dwyer, 50 Shore Dr., Manhasset, N. Y. Elizabeth Eads, 607 E. Durham St., Philadelphia, Penna. Gretchen Eben, 1 East End Ave., New York, N. Y. Juliana Fazakerly, 90 West 14 St., Bayonne, N. J. Barbara Feely, 19190 Parkside Rd., Detroit, Mich. Ellen Feely, 19190 Parkside Rd., Detroit, Mich. Martha Fernandez, Ave A. 519, Villa Caparra, Bayamon, Puerto Anne Ferrick, 74 Larchwood Dr., Cambridge, Mass. Elaine Fitzgerald, 94 Grandview Rd., Arlington, Mass. Sheila Flaherty, 1108 High Ridge Rd., Stamford, Conn. Mary Sue Flanagan, Old Battery Rd, Bridgeport, Conn. Mary Lou Fortin, 227 Springfield St., Springfield, Mass. Mary Louise Foster, 411 County St., New Bedford, Mass. Ann Gain, 414 Penn. Rd., Wynnewood, Penna. Susan Gallagher, 1 Longview Pl., Great Neck, N. Y. Ann Gardenier, 72 Beverly Rd., Wellesley, Mass. Gail Giere, 15 Bonmar Circle, Auburndale, Mass. Elizabeth Good, 743 W. Roxbury Pkwy., W. Roxbury, Mass. Ann Grady, 109 W. Mermaid Ln., Philadelphia, Penna. Diane Granzin, 5801 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, Ill. Linda Gray, 38 Waban St., Newton, Mass. Ana Guerrero, La Calle Poniente ,if12, Santa Tecla, El Salvador, Mary Gummere, 812 Riverside Ave., Springfield, Mass. Catherine Hafey, 98 Bellevue Ave., Trenton, N. J. Katherine Hall, 304 Forest Dr. S., Short Hills, N. J. Rosemary Hanley, 16 Ransom Rd., Newton Centre, Mass. Suzanne Harding, Miles End, Ipswich, Mass. Elizabeth Hayes, 3 Winslow Circle, Tuckahoe, N. Y. N. Y. a, Caracas, Venezuela Rico C.A. Anita Hennessy, 1230 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. Anne Hollingsworth, W. School House Ln., Philadelphia, Penna. Ruth Anne Huff, 1405 17 St., N.W., Winter Haven, Fla. Sandra Irwin, 15 Winona Way, No. Weymouth, Mass. Mary Barbara Kager, 81 Maryland Ave., Freeport, N. Y. Mary Kane, 399 No. Ahwahnee Rd., Lake Forest, Ill. Paula Keane, 93 Westchester Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. Mary Jane Keck, 35 Prospect Pk. W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Evelyn Gay Kreutzer, Old Country Rd., Huntington, N. Y. Joyce Laiosa, 300 Esplanade Dr., Rochester, N. Y. Gabrielle Landrigan, 11 Doylston Dr., Edgewood, R. I. Anne Larkin, 92 Beach Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. Marina Lasa, Box 703, Caguas, Puerto Rico Margaret Lawler, 602 Memorial Pkwy., Rochester, Minn. Mary Ellen LeBlanc, 49 Bedford Rd., Summit, N. J. Emma Lopez, 15 17151 Vista Alegre, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba Ellen MacDonald, 317 Willetts Ave., Waterford, Conn. Eleanor Maher, 2184 Main St., Stratford, Conn. Ellen Mahony, 28 Bristol Rd., Newton, Mass. Nancy McAuliffe, 20 Woodland Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. Mary Ann McDonald, 33 Betts Rd., Belmont, Mass. Carol McGee, Hammond Rd., Falmouth Foreside, Portland, Maine Mary Alice McLaughlin, 180 Stratford St., W. Roxbury, Mass. Gail McMillan, 14 Cambridge Ct., Larchmont, N. Y. Michelle McQueeny, Old Briarcliff Rd., Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. Faith Mead, 129 Bellevue Ave., Melrose, Mass. Patricia Meldon, 49 Columbine Rd., Milton, Mass. Nancy Mellen, 36 High St., Charlestown, Mass. Gladys Menendez, Asuncion Mita, Jutiapa, Guatemala, C. A. Joan Merrick, 116 Hartsdale Rd., White Plains, N. Y. Janet Miele, 181 Weld St., W. Roxbury, Mass. Maryann Morrissey, 48 Burroughs St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. Joyce Murray, 48 Richwood St., W. Roxbury, Mass. Mary Nolan, 56 Rector St., Greenwich, R. I. Gloria Novella, LaPedrera, Zona 6, Guatemala City, Guatemala, C. A Brigid O'Connor, 143 E. Main St., Brocton, N. Y. Patricia O'Con or, 120 Juniper Rd., Belmont, Mass. Susan O'Leary, 17 East 84 St., New York, N. Y. Ruth O'Neil, 82 Day St., Auburndale, Mass. Nancy OlNeill, 91 Allerton Rd., Milton, Mass. Patricia O'Neill, 38 Soundview Dr., Huntington, N. Y. Carol O,Shea, 110 Tessen St., Teaneck, N. J. Kathleen O'Shea, 108 East 82 St., New York, N. Y. Mary Parsons, 417 Morris Ave., Summit, N. J. Elizabeth Pepper, 731 No. Ithan Ave., Rosemont, Penna. Beatrice Queally, 10 Morsemere Pl., Yonkers, N. Y. Faith Quinlan, Hillside Rd., Greenwich, Conn. Jean Reardon, 650 68 St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Margaret Reedy, 45 Brewster Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. Mary Rice, 115 E. Cottage St., Dorchester, Mass. Ann Richmond, 857 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. Noemi Rivera, Tegucigalpa D. C., Honduras, C. A. Nola Rocco, 508 Fourth St., East Northport, N. Y. Karen Schaumber, 15 Chesterfield Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. Elizabeth Scheib, 654 Garland Ave., Winnetka, Ill. Nancy Simpson, 41 Hurd Rd., Belmont, Mass. Ann Sinnott, 30 Larchmont Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. Marie Spagnuolo, 1 Highland Rd., Nahant, Mass. Mary Stehling, 3453 No. Summit Ave., Milwaukee, Wisc. Marie Sturges, Hancock Place, Ardsley-on-Hudson, N. Y. Gael Sullivan, 320 Chestnut St., West Newton, Mass. Rosemary Sullivan, 35 Orchard Rd., Larchmont, N. Y. 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