St Marys High School - Per Annos Yearbook (Cortland, NY)
- Class of 1946
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ST. MARY'S SCHOOL
CORTLAND, NEW YORK
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Through our years at St.
Mary's, our teachers have in-
structed and guided us in the
Ways of holiness and truth.
When we were discouraged,
they urged us onward, when
We were successful, they re-
jciced with us.
To our teachers, the Sisters
of Saint Francis, who, in goiiig
His way, have helped us to go
our way, we affectionately and
gratefully dedicate this vol-
ume of the Per Annos.
Qgoi,-iy our Mcly?
Before you is Memory Lane.
Going our way?
Turn the pages and fingl our joys.
Going our way?
luzsl lake a glance, lhen read awhile
And you'll discover why we smiley
For on the pages you will see
What is best at Saint Marys
Now, il this Per Annos pleases you ,
You'll be going our way loo.
glfnr 'ifhuse hu gmiuurn
Jpray fuaf Die Aeauenfy gaiuer may assuage fue anguisu of your
oereavemelzf, and feave you Ollly fue cuerisueff memory of fue fooed
and fosi, and fue sofemlz pride fha! musl' oe yours io bane faidso
cosify a sacriffce uloolz fue affar of freedom.
LEO BERNARD CORDARY
THEODORE JAMES FULLER
THOMAS MICHAEL KERNAN
DANIEL LAWRENCE MARKHAM
THOMAS ARTHUR MCDERMOTT
LEO JAMES O'CONNOR
LAWRENCE EUGENE TRUMAN
JAMES WILLIAM WEST
Dedication .... ..., 2
Foreword ..... .... 3
Memorial ..... .... 4
Faculty ............... 6
Swinging 011 a Sian
Seniors .................. .... 8
lots 'N' Dots ...,......... .... .... l 7
Belles and Beaux of St. Mary's ..... ,...
ap fnead is Rainoowvilfe
lunior Class .... ............. .... 2 O
Sophomore Class ..... .... 2 1
Freshman Class .... ....... .... 2 2
17ne Snzifes you Lgainel'
Going Our Way .......... .... 2 4
Sodality of Our Lady .... .... 2 6
Glee Club ,...,............ .... 2 7
Going Our Way-continued .... .... 2 8
Senior Play ............... .... 3 O
May Crowninq. . . ....... . . . .32
Happiness :js gown ine Dae
Football ........................ .... 3 4
Basketball .... .... 3 6
Literary Staff ..... .... 3 8
Business Staff ..... .... 3 9
Snapshots .......,................. .... 4 O
Q0 you mn! io oe .geffer Uff?
REVEREND LAURENCE I. HORAN, Pastor. ,........... Religion
REVEREND ROBERT DONOVAN ...,..,.. Moderator of Athletics
REVEREND CHARLES BOLG-ER .... ....,........ R eligiori
MOTHER IOAN MARIE ...,,.. .......... P riricipal
SR. M. MERTCT ...... ,,.. ...,. E ri qlish-Librarian
SR. M. PAULETTE ..... ..,, M athematics-French
SR. M. TERESINE ..,. ....... H isiory-Latin
SR. M. THERESIA ............ .......... T yping-Music
SR. MARY OF THE ANGELS .... .... S ocial Studies-Science
SR. M. PERPETUA ..,... ,,.., ...,,........ A I gebra
SR. SACRED HEART .....
MR. ROBERT MARTIN .,...
MR. HAROLD McEVOY .... ..... B asketball Coach
Swinyiny 012 a Sfar
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f '46, have been
Through our years at St. Mary's, we, the seniors o
"swinging on a star," gathering many friends and happy dreams in a
jar. Would that these dreams could continue and not vanish into
thin air as we "go on our way!"
MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSON
"Hey, Mary, how about a lift?" Cclass chauffeuseb. . . a
blonde beauty . . . tranquil . . . 4-H'er . . . sincere . . . vice-
president of the Sodality . . . our leading lady in "Cash and
Carrie" . . . I-don't know authority on agricultural prob-
lems . . . devoted mathematician?? . . . quiet and soothing
to the nerves . . . a faithful pal . . . "the" skin he loves to
touch . . . out door enthusiast . . .
Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 Cvice-president 41, French Club 2, 35
Dramatics 4, 4,1-l member, Per Annos staff
CHARLES BERNARD ACKERMAN
"Ackie" . . . student of Le Francais K? ?J . . . Pepsodent
smile . . . tower of strength . . . shy CSez who?J never late
Kfor lunchl . . . speed demon . . . quiet but congenial . . .
mechanic and jack-of-all-trades . . . class dreamer . . . art
of blushing . . . worries over exams . . . strong believer that
all work and no play makes "Charlie" a dull boy . . . quiet
humor . . . strength under mildness . . . supporter of the gum
manufacturers . . . "Lett's" stop at the gas station . . .
Football 2, 3, 45 Science Club 25 Per Annos Staff, Sodal-
ity 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball KAsst. Managerl 4
ELIZABETH MARY SPOTTEK
"Lizzy' '...l 'The Voice" . . . vivid imagination . . . re-
nown conversationalist . . . co-operative . . . favorite sub-
ject chemistry?? . . . strong supporter of the Crlee Club
fShe holds up the high notesj . . . "Call me up" . . . "But 1
like opera" . . . in and out again . . . future pulse-taker" .
"Meet you on the corner" . . . feather cut . . . our chief
cook and bottle washer . . . a Gene Autry fan . . . poker-
faced . . .
French Club 1, 2, 35 Science Club 2, 4, Class Secretary
1, 2, Class Vice-President 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
l, 2, 3, Dramatics 45 Per Annos staff.
ANNE THERESE IN NES
"Little Annie" . . . "Old Faithful" . . . A letter a day
keeps the "Shoemaker" gay . , . vivacious . . . soulful,
dreamy eyes . . . gum snapper . . . witty and wise . . . true
blue CNavy, of coursell . . . versatile . . . java drinker . . .
"Hey, stupel" . . . "Always" CAnne in lipstickl . . . "T-E-A-
M, yea team!" . . . talented . . . assistant editor . . . "Oh,
Brad!" Csenior playi . . . thirty-two pearls iteethj . . . am-
bitious . . .
Sodality l, 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Cheer leader l, 45
Vice President 35 Per Annos Staff5 Science Club 45 Dra-
rnatics 45 Honor student 3, 4.
LAWRENCE ALFRED MARTIN
Hm-m-m . . . tall, dark and ah, yes indeed . . . favorite
expression, "manana" . . . lust call him "Sweetie" . . .
slow and easy .... quiet, mysterious personality . . . ardent
sportsman . . , captain of both basketball and football teams
. . . "Nevermore" . . . Corliss's Dexter . . . lmpervious to
feminine wiles . . . I-le'd be so-o-o nice to come home to . . .
Football 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45
Baseball 2, 35 Dramatics 45 Science Club 45 Per Annos.
AILEEN ELLEN I OHN SON
"Leen" for leanll . . . Essence of simplicity . . . true and
sure as day follows night . . . a blush-rose complexion . . .
refreshing as a gentle breeze . . . expert chicken-ologist
. . . "W-e-l-l, l wouldn't say that!" . . . "Who is holding
the door?" CMarilynD . . . do-se-do!! . . . modest . . . gay and
bright. . .laconic . . . our little drop of dew . . .
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 45 Sodality l, 2, 3, 45
Dramatics 45 4H Member and Reporter5 Per Annos Staff.
RICHARD ELMER WHITE
Dead or alive CPD . . . Dickie boy . . . winsome. . . "Var-
sity" man . . . enthusiastic basketball fan and player . . .
senior class president . . . friendly . . . our pride and joy
. . . co-operative . . . industrious . . . intelligent . . . full of
initiative . . . dependable . . . any girl's dream-man . . .
tres chic.. . . personality plus . . . future executive of "Fanny
Farmer's" . . . a right guy . . . "Who do you think l am-
lack Armstrong? . . .
Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 45 French
Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Class President5 Per Annos staff.
RAMONA MARGARET HAGGERTY
"Ramie" . . . impetuous . . . "Mademoiselle Butterfly"
CShe flits here and therel . . . carefree . . . keen on Kleenex
. . . "Hon" Csenior playl . . . relentless reader fof novelsl
. . . "Sleepy-time gal" . . . engrossed in study periods C?J
. . . l'Why was history made?" . . .gadabout . . . attractive
personality . . . talented toe tapper Cloves to dancel . . .
early to bed, early to rise" Qwell, anyway-early to risej
. . . anything for a laugh . . . fabulous fads . . .
Glee Club l, 25 Cheer Leader 15 Science Club 25 So-
dality 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH HENRY WEST
The third "Westie" going out and more coming up.
Clickity-clack through the corridors comes and goes none
other than loe . . . Iohn L. Lewis's counterpart Cbushy eye-
brows! . . . "l'll Get By" Cfavorite songj . . . rugged football
man ltwo-year letter manl . . . energetic QD . . . reluctant
science student . . . alert stage manager . . . sense of humor
. . . willing . . . sociable . . . l'What is so welcome as the
three o'clock bell?" . . .
Football 3, 45 Sodality 2, 3, 45 Basketball Manager 45
Stage Manager 45 Glee Club l.
FLORENCE IEANETTE FERGUSON
"Flossie" . . . ardent letter writer . . . "I wonder what
became of Sally?" . . . capable pianist . . . "What day is
today-Oh l know!" . . . "I'm gonna buy a paper doll" . . .
Blondie . . . Necessity at Newberry's . . . "Puff, puff--f
someday lm gonna' buy an elevator" . . . "I can't sing!!"
. . . . dancing lessons . . . "Mah name's Dorthula" lplayl
. . Visions of internes . . . dependable . . . Chemistry
shark . . . co-operative . . . scholastic abilities . . .
Sodality l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club l, 2, 3, Dramatics 4, Per
Annos staff, Honor student l, 2, 3, 45 Class President 25
Class Secretary 4.
WILLIAM LEO O'SHEA
Baker, baker, candlestick-maker land burner at both
endsl . . . a tall roaming Romeo . . . "Love me, honeyagot
a sheet of paper?" . . . Always glad to take you for a ride
Can experienced driverj . . . first love is football . . . that is,
after you know what! . . . smooth dancer . . . entertaining
conversationalist . . . what a line! . . . history student . . .
one swell kid . . . "our Bill."
Sodality 2, 3, 45 Glee Club lg Science Club 25 Football
3, 4, Dramatics 4.
MARY FRANCES MASTIN
Classic Cleo Cbangsb . . . dietetic dabbler . . . "Slim"
. . . chatty and companionable . . . bobby socks and loaf-
ers . . . excellent typist . . . "Hey kids, heard thelatest
record?" . . . procrastinator . . . future "woman in white"
. . . doodler . . . Hjivin' lane" . . . package of T.N.T. . . .
chemistry whiz . . .
Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, French Club 2, 3, Science
Club 2, 4, Cheer leader lg Per Annos staff.
DOROTHY MARIE YOUNG
"Dot" . . . 'Won't 1 ever get my own name?" Qlost iden-
tityl . . . sweet and lovely . . . lill of all trades . . ."Alboita"
Csenior playl . . . most pleasing personality . . . capable
editor of our Per Annos . . . generous . . . high ambitions
fC.S.T.C.D . . . Keeping up with the World Ccorrespondentl
. . . smooth dancer . . . friendly . . . "Where's my mitten?"
. . . absent-minded . . . "Has anyone seen my change
purse?" . . . typical senior . . . "Laugh and the world laughs
with you." . . .
Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club- 1, 25 French Club 2, 35
Secretary 35 Dramatics 45 Per Annos staff.
THOMAS FRANCIS WALSH
Hubba, hubba, hubba . . . human dynamo . . . slick
dresser . . . "Walshie" . . . born leader . . . enthusiastic
spirit . . . delights in corny jokes . . . Watch that gleam in
his eye! . . . gridiron hero . . . all-around sportsman . . .
nonchalant. . . efficient . . . history shark CPD . . . affection-
ate Ceveryone's "dear"l . . . studious . . . college bound
. . . Full of new ideas! l . . . winning ways . . . lust the man
for the job! . . .
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Intramural Basketball
1, 25 French Club 2, 35 Sodality 2, 3, 4 Cpresident 455 Sci-
ence Club 35 Per Annos staff.
Faintly I hear
Echoing steps resounding clear,
Through the now vacant halls so dear
FRANCES MARY MORRIS
"Francie" . . . To be included in our list of "what's new"
. . . That Irish smile always gets them . . . laughing eyes . . .
neighborly. . . likable personality . . . Titian-tinted hair???
. . . ' No kidding!" . . . Syracuse bound . . . I'll be glad when
spring comes and the "Buds" appear . . . Those waves are
really natural. . , soda jerk . . .
Sodality 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, Science Club 2, 3, 4.
IOHN ROLAND KANE
Blue-eyed, blond-haired Casanova . . . Uncle Ra-Ra . . .
zoot dresser . . . "Killer the ll" . . . optimistic . . . 'lWho's
got a comb?" . . . jazz fiend . . . theme song-W"Coffee
Time" . . . graveyard shift . . . experienced gridrnan . . .
advocate of brotherly love . . . Irish as "Patty's Pig" . .
woman hater'??? . . . master of the dominoes CAfricanl . . .
"The easiest way is the best way" . . .Whamleiust fell over
his feet . . .
Sodality 2, 3, 4, Glee Club lg French Club 2, 3, Football
2, 3, 4, Basketball fAssistant Managerl 2, Stage manager 4.
Three lovely things:
Eyes that love you . . . arms that
Hold you . . . a heart that beats for you
MARY ANTOINETTE FUMAROLA
"Little Smoke" . . . our delicate rose . . . crazy about
clothes . . . sunlit smile . . . "Little Miss Muffet" . . . ready
and willing . . . pensive . . . raven black hair . . . one man
gal . . . dainty as a fairy . . . a merry laugh . . . expressive
eyes . . . "Come Back to Old Surrendo" . . . fragile . . .
super-sensitive . . . Vision of the futuref"Put That Ring
On My Finger!" . . .
Sodality l, 2, 3, 4,, Glee Club l, 2, French Club 2, 3, 4,
Per Annos staff.
I AMES FREDERICK LUDWIG
"Lud" . . . Theme song---"lt Had to be You--Anyone
Will Do!" . . . "Oh, my achin' baclc!". . . Dear? hunting . . .
"What's up, Doc?" . . . litterbug CPD . . . Always in the arms
of "Morpheus" Csleepingb . . . whiz on wheels . . . ambitious
. . . The all night music man . . . geometry genius CPD . . . .
"Better late than never" . . . senior Gul. loe. . . man-about
town . . . rapid repartee . . .
Sodality 2, 3, 4, Cvlee Club 1, 25 Science Club, 2, 3.
I OANN MARIE CASEY
'lSister, I missed the bus" . . . crazy over l'Scatterbrain"
. . . hard worker? . . . full of fun .... hep personality . . . A
smile for every trouble . . . prankster . . . lover of biology
. . . our "Bing, Bang girl" . . . swell sport . . . "Oh, kids
just laugh it off" . . . "Case" . . . Always going our way, if
it's her way . . .
Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Science Club 25
L C.D.A. 1, 2.
REGINA MARY HASKELL
"Jeannie" . . .girl with the bangles . . . "cokes" . . . plaid
skirts . . . convivial . . . sentimental siren . . . relentless
rooter! ! ! . . . faithful correspondent . . . a date a day . . .
winking Winsome . . . "Ye Qld Pavilion" . . . buoyant . . .
"Hey, Toots!" . . . noon hour conversationalist . . . sweater
girl . . ."Gertie" Csenior playl . . . l'Something new has
been added" . . . coke fiend . . . "Has anyone here seen
loey?" . . .
Glee Club l,2,3,4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2,
Dramatics 4, Per Annos staff.
IAMES BERNARD RIESE
"Did l toll you about the time- -?" . . . "Riesey" . . . French
wizard . . . idealist . . . four-year letter man . . . Uncle Omar
tsenior playj . . . wanderlust . . . card shark . . . green
checked coat . . . red tie . . . square-dance enthusiast . . .
"l'd like to be a ? ? ? . . . ambitious . . . ardent supporter of
the Polish Relief Fund . . . Cobakco's most feared competi-
tor . . . fil busterer tHe ought to be a senatorj . . . Oh! what
a smile l ! . . .
Sodality 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, Dramatics 4, Per Annos Business Manager,
Football l, 2, 3, 4.
RETA FLORENCE CASSIDY
"Reits" . . . lily-fair . . . Chauffers comes -Reta goes . . .
ebony black hair . . . keen student . . . melancholy eyes . . .
a refreshing smile . . . "What's Pasadena got that Cortland
hasn't?" . . . "Murder!" . . . angelic . . . cooperative and
responsive . . . present loves fsoap-box operas . . . movie
fan . . . "catcher upper" ften weeks late for schooll . . . for-
ever taking notes . . .
Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Science Club 4, Class
President 1 CRochesterl Class Treasurer 2 tNiagara Falls,l
Per Annos staff.
ELIZABETH ANN ANDERSON
"Andy" . . . scooper fat Goodale'sJ . . . Main Street
stroller . . . capable motorist? ? . . . "lt's pathetic!" . . .
Wanted: a large size station wagon to swap for one small
coupe . . . one of those"Petiteens" . . . swooner COh, Trig!"
-ludyj . . . enthusiastic walker Ca-hemll . . . loyal . . . des-
tinyAthe business world . . . "But, l've got to pick up my
sister" . . . Last of a long family line.
Soclality l, 2, 3, 47 Science Club 4, Dramatics 4.
I AMES HENRY RUSH
Who wants Van lohnson when "Rushie's" around? . . .
How he has grown! I l .... vivacity and pep . . . all around
good spor . . . three-types of Varsity man . . . from Pinoc-
chio to "Oil Coinick" Ksenior playj . . . expert heart-hanger
. . . easy going . . . popular . . . clothes make the man fjust
look at limmyl . . . pleasing to have around . . . cue-artist
. . . chief ambition-infantlryl sergeant . . .
Sodality 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Baseball l, 2, 3, 45
Football 2, 3 45 Class treasurer 45 Dramatics 4.
CARMEN RO SE FERRO
'lCarm" . . . dare-devil Cat the expense ot garage doorsl
. . . shortie . . . snappy dresser . . . regular Mixer Minnie
. . . man hater? ? ? . . . lust loves oral topics! I . . . potential
dynamo . . . tive-feet two, eyes of blue . . . "Still water
runs deep". . . brother's pet . . . time on my hands . . . air-
castle architect . . . quiet? . . . sincere . . . sociable. '
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Science 3.
ofs KJV, Qofs
Timid souls . . . squirt guns . . . tingling sleighrides . . . mexicans at "Marian Margaret's"
. . . watching our brothers go oft to war between tears and pride . . . "Wake up, America!" . . .
spring fever . . . rollerskating . . . first Senior Prom in be-ruffled formals . . . hikes to Blue Creek
. . . suddenly boy-conscious .. . first dates . . . note writers . . . loads of parties . . . heavy sched-
ules . . . a new way of life . . . "Where do we go next, Sister?" llost angelsj . . . algebra, the
unsolved mystery . . . regretful goodbyes to Sister Clarice . . . Initiated into Sodality . . . I une
exams . . . "Whew! we made them!"
Sophomores now . . . I-Io-Hum! were we ever as naive as those freshies? . . . crisp fall days
. . . initiated into perplexities of geometry . . . Pep meetings . . . exciting snake dances . . . boys
join under Mary's banner . . . gay times . . . box socials . . . starched cottons . . . "Did you hear
the one about the moron that?" . . . V-mails . . . dashing to study-periods . . . blind date . . .
Social Center, the "Y" . . . Fancy costumes for Mardi Gras . . . linxed Cask Sister Venardb . . .
Book week play-"Thou Shalt not Read" , . . "We are the three musketeers" . . ."Nevermore"
. . . "Pistol-Packing Mama" . . . regents and report cards . . . on to conquer new fields.
launty juniors . . . "Mairzy Doats" . . . potato chips and cokes . . . hashingit over . . . snow,
snow, snow . . . "Mistletoe Dance" . . . friendship rings . . . sloppy sweaters . . . after school
snacks at "Van's" . . . "Dry-Nite Club" . . . Sinatra fans . . . war bond drives . . . sober and
saddening news-"Killed in action" . . . lumber shirts . . . tick-tack-toe Q . . Pre-Lenten Hopi-
Be my Valentine? . . . frozen ears at seven o'clock Mass . . . Quiz Kids-Book Week . . . Gay
Nineties Review . . . classmates in "blues and khakis" . . . sharp junior-senior banguete-
thanks to Sister Teresine . . . Final test .... Believe it or not-we passed!
Senior year . . . the guns of war are silenced . . . intermediate and chemistry! . . . "Oh,
my aching back!" . . . new members . . . senior play-practicing, practicing, practicing! . . .
"Cash and Carrie"-a success . . . autumn hikes . . . long Christmas vacation . . . jobs in Five
and Ten cent stores . . . "Meet me at the Varsity" . . . clicking-cameras . . . square dancers . . .
"Love? Ah! Yes Indeed!" . . . Friday sermonettes-Father Horan . . . "Lily Belle" . . . May
Queen and May Crowning . . . oratorical contest . . . year-book preparations . . . glamorous
class rings Kfinallyl . . . tough role . . . spaghetti at Lolli's . . .'Mass in convent chapel . . . senior
breakfast . . . rollicking picnics . . . sweating out exams . . . caps and gowns . . . "Oh, my gosh,
this is it!!!" '
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successors:-the pseudo - sophisticated juniors, the
vivacious sophomores, the guileless freshmen,-as
they look forward to their arrival at Rainbowville.
Against the background of a brief, fleeting year, a bundle of events and a crop of suc-
cesses have made an impressive history for our class. With the opening of school came the
football season, which gave two members of the classfBob Adams and Ray Corser a chance
to supply many a thrill to the madly rooting sideline. Then too, on the basketball court, we
juniors showed our dauntless spirit by raising score after score to cinch game after game.
ln keeping with our social abilities we recaptured a petite French Cafe, "Cafe Tres Chic."
With candlelight, soft music, and guaintly covered tables, the entire hall was filled with a gay
and cheerful atmosphere. Suddenly, the spotlight encircled our talented stars with their in-
terpretation of the "Blue Danube" and the "Darktown Strutter's Ball."
Soon snow-drifts and icy roads signaled our annual "Pre-Lenten Hop." Striving for
originality, we cleverly named our dance "The Hubba-Hubba l-lop." Cn the sides of the
hall were huge posters, depicting our social life, "The Voice" and a humanized giraffe.
As time rolled on, daffodils bloomed, robins chirped, and up went the scenery and decor-
ations for the Prom. i Simultaneously we had our first experience in giving a formal banquet
for the senior class. Amidst speeches and nervous chattering, we closed the season's ac-
All too soon came lune with its final exams and sweet partings. Thus sooner than we had
anticipated another year had passed and we were again "going our way."
First Row: M. Ray, P. Tucci, B. Adams
Second Row: A. Casey, L. Patriarca, M. Cannavino, Y. Fabrizio, D. Truman, M. Wakefield, lo Anne Gorman,
M. Kernan, K. Allen
Third Row: R. Corser, M. Starr, K. State, I. Coakley, D. Antil, B. Sheridan, I. Rielly, l. Rhodes, W. Gauthier
Fourth Row: I. Colvin, A. Penner, R. Adams, I. O'l..eary, T. Hennessey, l. O'Leary, H. Popovich
. agacious bofofomofes
Seated Left to Fight: S. Casey, l. Michaud, M. l. McQuade
Seated left to Right: Y. Giammichele, B. Morris, M. Mastin, W. Van Donsel, D. Truman, F. Kane, M. Doyle, R.
Standing Left to Right: A. Houlihan, l. Penner, R. Twoniey, P. West, l. A'Heain, R. Kiernan, W. Twotney, 'lf
Granato, M. Mvlieiitfiicvk, M. O'Mara
Once again the school bell rang out, summoning us to a new, more eventful year. lt was
indeed breathtaking that first week of getting in the groove again, talking with our friends,
new and old alike, and buying and selling our text books. At last we were sophomores!
Promises of hard work and fun were ours as we settled down and peeked to see what was
next on the agenda. With the brisk autumn days came the football season, crowded with
long-to-be-remembered games with us cheering lustily on the sidelines. Following on the
heels of the pigskin season were the less anxiously anticipated ten weeks' tests. The zero
hour came and went and we breathed more easily, but decided to study just a little bit harder
in the future.
To touch on the gayer side of life we might mention the social activities of the sodality in
which we played an active part by staging the annual "Valentines Party." Our clever fash-
ion parade at this event proved to be a huge success. Among ourselves, our weekly class
meetings kept us merry as we played games, sang songs and danced.
As the penitential season of Lent approached, we entered into the spirit of the season and
performed daily acts of mortification, such as, silence and abstaining from candy.
Then it was May and we were busy rehearsing tor the May procession. But even this
could not ease the tenseness of waiting for that bid to the prom from "him,"
All too soon our sophomore year ended. We now looked forward to 'lgoing our way"
another two years at St. Mary's
Lieaues from a gresinzan Qiary
SEPTEMBER: Two minutes to change classes . . . Latin complications and new friends all
greeted us as we climbed the ladder to our freshman year.
QCTCBER: Never a dull momentethe Sodality started the ball rolling by initiating us.
Believe me, we were all happy and relieved when that night came to an end.
NQVEMBER: Decked out in tall green hats and perky green bow ties our freshman boys gave
their interpretation ofe9'MacNamara's Band" during intermission at the senior play.
DECEMBER: Next, we pooled our talents and put on the annual freshman play. From the
applause we received, we knew 'lWhat ls a King?" was a great success.
TANUARY: Qur first mid-term exam fears as high-schoolers! What a relief when they were
FEBRUARY: Welcomed holidays in honor of our two great presidents. We gave the Pre-
Lenten l-lop our whole-hearted support.
MARCH: Not to be out done by the upper classmen, we freshmen put on musicale entitled,
"Freshmen Follies" for one of our Sodality meetings.
APRIL: For the more serious side of life we gave candy sales and made generous contribu-
tions for the missions. Along with this money we sent clothing to a destitute mission in Florida.
MAY: Then came our first active participation in the May CrowningfWere we proud as
we marched to church to honor Mary, our Queen!
IUNE: lf you'll keep "going our way" with us, we can guarantee you lots of laughs, fun,
and oodles of good times.
First Row: N. Pauldine, L. Markham, M. Tucci, M. Garvey, N. Ray, D. Marchand, l. State
Second Row: P. Funk, W. McQuade, D. Hartnett, l. Gledhill, N. Stevens, A. Ackerman, E. Star, A.Spottek,
l. Ratriarca, l. Snyder, D. Fuller
Third Row: L. Kane, F. Woods, R. Caughey, R. lohnson, F. Walsh, T. O'Mara, M, Antil
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Front Row: E. Casey, M. Starr, P. Tucci
M. Kernan, I. Rielly
Back Row: R. Twomey, I. A'Hearn, W
Twomey, l. Rhodes, D. Antil
At Board: I. Michaud, R. Corser, B. Sheridan
At Board: D. Hartnett, A. Ackerman, M
First Row: 'N. Ray, I. Patriarca, L. Markharr
A. Spottek, R. Cauqhey, N. Stevens
Second Row: P. Funk, I. State, F. Wood:
T. C'Mara, I. Snyder, N. Pauldine
Third Row: M. L. Tucci, M. Garvey, F. Hem
licks, l. Gledhill, D. Fuller, l. Gorman
CAFE TRES CHIC
Dancing: I.Rie1ly, P. Tucci, E. Casey, IX
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Fronl Row: R. Kane, D. Young, M. Fumarola,
Back Row: T. Walsh, M. Starr, E. Anderson
IN CUPID'S FASHION
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1. Muslim, I. Penner, A. Honlilmn, l, A'Hearn
Lell lo Right: K. Stale, I. Colvin, D. Antil,
. Casey, M. Wakefield, R. Adams, L. Martin,
l. Mastin, E. Spollek, F. Ferquson, R. Cassidy,
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With the Blessed Virgin as the patron saint, the sodality at St. Mary's flourishes under her
care. This society helps its members to understand the aims ot Catholic education and Cath-
olic action, and it fosters a love and devotion to Our Blessed Mother. Under the capable
leadership of Sr. M. Teresine, as moderatorg Thomas Walsh, presidentp Mary lohnson, vice-
presidentg Dorothy Antil, secretaryy and Patrick West, treasurer, the sodality is one of the most
active organizations in the school.
Soon the day arrived,fthe day every senior is in his glory dictating to the treshies. For
that day, the seniors are kings and queens! The freshmen bowed at their slightest wishes.
Thus, initiations began.
Cn December 8, the feast ot the Immaculate Conception, the agonies of the initiation
were ended as the treshies were tormally received into the society. Following the ceremony,
the entire sodality enjoyed the second annual Communion Breakfast.
Throughout the year, in keeping with the religious spirit, attendance at the monthly Com-
munion is emphasized. Although the main purpose of the sodality is to honor Our Blessed
Mother and to promote Catholic action, our social well-being is not overlooked. According
to the custom every class has the opportunity to display its talents. Without doubt, orchids
should be given to the juniors tor the "Cate Tres Chic," especially the "Blue Danube Waltz,"
and the sophomores tor the "Fashion Parade." On several occasions Father Horan and Father
Bolger gave interesting talks on religious themes.
At the last meeting in May, each senior received a sterling silver medal and chain as a
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Lett to Right: R. Adams, R. Sheridan, P. West, M. lohnson, T. Walsh, D. Antil, F. Woods, D. Marchand
First Row: D. Hartnett, N. Pauldine, R. Funk, D. Fuller, W. McQuacle, W. Van Donsel, D. Truman, F. Kane,
N. Ray, P. Tucci, D. Marchand, M. Garvey, M. Tucci, l. Michaud, R. Sheridan, M. Mastin
Second Row: M. Antil, R. Twomey, E. O'Mara, R. Kiernan, R. fohnson, F. Woods, W. Twomey, S. Ferro, B. Morris,
M. Doyle, I. Patriarca, N. Stevens, l. Gledhill, B. Adams, I. Gorman, Y. Giammichele, L. Patriarca, B. McCallen
Third Row: T. Granato, R. Caughey, I. State, P. West, E. Casey, I. Rhodes, E. Starr, A. Ackerman, l. Coakley,
Fourth Row: M. O'Mara, M. Mcliendrick, F. Walsh, l. A'l-learn, M. Canavino, A. Spottek
Are you a music-lover? If you are, you should have been present at St. Mary's senior
play when the Glee Club, under Sr. M. Theresia, made its debut. With the appearance of the
Boys' Glee Club and their characteristic interpretation of "Mac Namara's Band," the audience
was assured that this year's Glee Club was better than ever. Between acts, the familiar strains
of "Stouthearted Men" from "New Moon", and l'T'll See You Again" from "Bittersweet,"
were very effectively rendered.
Having met with so much success at the first performance, the members of the Glee Club
began anew to practice diligently for l'Per Annos Day." When that day finally came, the
program was topped off by their singing "Carefully On Tiptoe Stealing," from t'Gilbert and
At the end of each day's practice, spirited song tests were always looked forward to,
when the members could sing their own popular favorites. This always served to relieve the
tedious routine of practicing.
Then the stage was set for the closing event of the yearef- graduation. lt was with the
greatest of care that the selections for this occasion were chosen. Soon voices were blending
harmoniously to the melodies of "My Hero" from the "Chocolate Soldier" and Victor lslerbert's
composition "Gypsy Love Song." As the last notes faded, the Glee Club members stored
away memories of one ot their most successful and happy years.
THE MAGIC CARPET
Standing: A. Houlihan, P. Mastin, B. Twomey
Fi -st Ron: T. Granato, F. Kane, M. McQuade,
Second Row: B. Adams, S. Casey, B. Twomey,
T. Michaud, R. Sheridan, M. McKendrick
Third Row: W. VanDonsel, M. O'Mara, S.
Ferro, B Morris, A. Fenner, I. A'Hearn, R. Kier-
MAC NAMARA'S BAND
First Row: B. MCQuade, S. Ferro, P. West,
D. Fuller, M. Antil, W. Pauldine, F. Woods, R.
Second Row: T. Granato, T. A'Hearn, P.
Funk, B. Twomey, D. Hartnett, T. O'Mara, B,
Tworney, F. Walsh, R. Kiernan, T. State, L. CauqhA
TOUCH AND GO!
First Row: I. Rush, M. Fumarola, T. Riese,
Second Row: I. Casey, C. Ferro, D. White,
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First Row: Y. Giammichele, T. Granato
Second Row: E. Morris, W. Twomey, S. Ferrf
Third Row: M. McQuade M. Doyle, F. Kane,
LE CERCLE DE ST. LOUIS
Seated Left to Right: M. Ray, A. Innes, D.
Antil, C. State, M. Kernan, P. Tucci
Standing Lett to Right: F. Morris, M. Fumar-
DEMOCRACY IN ACTION
Seated First Row: l. Rush, I. Riese, l. Haskell
Second Row: M. Fumarola, M. Mastin, R
Haggerty, A. Innes, F. Ferguson
Third Row: L. Martin, R. White, E. Spottek
Standing: T. Walsh
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Seated Left to Right: D. Young, M. Iohnson, A. Iohnson, R. White, E. Anderson, E. Spottek, I. Riese
Standing Left to Right: I. Haskell, L. Martin, R. Haggerty, A. Innes, W. O'Shea, F. Ferguson
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Anne Ferguson, , .....,..,,.....,....,.....,.... . . .
Dorthula Emerson, Negro maid .....
Carrie Ferguson, the Mother .............
Geneva Wharton, l'Ienny", Carrie's friend. . . .
Alberta Ferguson, Cage III ,.....,........,
Marilyn Ferguson, Cage ISI ......,,.....
Iudy Bowen, Cage 131, Marilyn's friend ........
Trig Ferguson, Cage 165 ..,,.....,..,,....,....
Uncle Omar Tully, pompous old gentleman .....
Earl Cornick, factory worker ...........,....
Gerty, buxom factory worker ......
Hon Iackson, wife of Sweetie Iackson ....
Sweetie Iaclcson, factory worker ....
Bradley Kirkwood ...............
. . . . . . .MARY IOHNSON
. .ELIZABETH SPOTTEK
. . . .DOROTHY YOUNG
. . . . . . . .AILEEN IOHNSON
. . . . .RICHARD WHITE
. . . . .IAMES RIESE
, . . . .RAMONA HAGGERTY
. . . . .WILLIAM O'SHEA
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'lWant to be better off than you are?"-Then all you have to do is be a star! With that
thought in mind, we paused long enough to help some of our classmates win stardom tor
themselves, and fame for their class with their presentation of the senior class play, "Cash and
Packed into these few hours of entertainment, were the numerous unforgettable moments,
some hilarious, some soul-stirring. "Sweeties" appearance on the stage, clad in bathrobe
and slippers, with an ice bag balanced at a rakish angle on his head, left the audience in an
uproar. Then too, there was blustering, old Uncle Omar who added to the excitement as he
stormed in and out keeping the entire family in suspense. Meanwhile, Carrie endeavored to
balance her budget with the aid of lenny Wharton, the bustling next door neighbor who had
no family of her own, but nevertheless was certain she knew how to raise one. Woven through-
out the plot, were the antics of the four vivacious children who were ever-ready with rew,
but destructive ideas. lt was as the result of one of these bright ideas that the house became
over-run with roomers of every description, thus multiplying the already too numerous do-
mestic problems. ln contrast to these humorous events, were several heart-warming inci-
dents. Suspense and tension ran high at the disappearance of first, Trig, the air-minded teen
aged son and later the vanishing of Carrie. To the relief of the audience, however, both were
found and cheerfulness reigned when the family learned they would not have to vacate their
beloved home because Ienny had found the valuable investment paper. ln crowning their
happiness, Uncle Omar grandly presented Carrie with a generous check.
Through their excellent interpretations, the cast conveyed to the audience that they
actually lived their parts. They were now no longer members of the senior class, but became
part and parcel of the Ferguson menage.
Although we may forget the dates of battles and the reigns of kings, yet the memories ot
this night will always be with us as we go on our way to greater heights and greater deeds.
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D. Young, I. O'Leary, A. lohnson, C. Ferro, A. Penner
At last the long-awaited day arrived! For weeks, the senior girls had held their breaths
hoping and praying that they would be chosen for the May queen. Then the day came. The
Sodalists were called to assembly. The votes were cast and the results read. Mary lohnson,
a tall, dignified senior, was selected for the honor.
After weeks of preparation, one sunny afternoon, the long procession filed into the Church
singing hymns in honor of Qur Blessed Lady. As the strains of "Panis Angelicusf' and "Moth-
er Dear, Forget Me Not," faded, the queen gracefully ascended the altar step and lovingly
placed the golden crown on Our Lady's bowed head. Meanwhile, as the members were sing-
ing "Hail! Virgin Mother," her attendants placed the bouquets of roses at the foot of the altar.
Silently, the queen returned to her place and lifted her eyes and heart for the solemn Bene-
Whispering a silent prayer to her heavenly Queen, the May queen took a last glance at
our Lady, still encircled in the pale candle light, extending her arms to the faithful, bidding
all to come to her. Thus another May procession was recorded in the devout Sodalists' book
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Back Row: T. Walsh, I. Rush, Coach Martin, R. Adams, R. Corser
Line: L. Martin, C. Ackerman, l. Riese, F. Walsh, R. Kane, E. Shirley, I. West
"Signals, 8-6-4-3", the voice of the nimble-fingered quarterback rang out in the clear
still air of a perfect autumn day. Once again the Blue and Gold "Fighting Irish" were on
their way to a successful football season. Confronted with one of the toughest schedules ever
tackeled by a St. Mary's grid team, the 1945 aggregation came through in championship fash-
ion, losing but two of the eight games played.
Aided by eight veterans of the 1944 campaign, Coach "Bob" Martin developed a team,
which carved its notch in the annals of St. Mary's sports history. Operating from the famed
"T" formation, the Cortland eleven steam-rollered over such formidable opponents as St.
Francis of Geneva, Holy Family of Auburn, Immaculate Heart of Watertown, and Vestal
High. Twice in the long schedule of games the "Martin-men" met with defeat while two
games ended in deadlocks.
Piling up a grand total of lO4 points to the opponents 64, the Saints displayed the same
fighting spirit which has characterized every St. Mary's team of the past decade. Perhaps
the most memorable contest of the season was the last game of the year against Holy Family,
when eight seniors brought their playing careers to an end. Donning their blue and gold
jerseys for the last time, these gridders covered themselves with glory as they defeated their
traditional rivals 6-O.
Among those lost by graduation this year are "Killer" Kane, scrappy guard on the left
side of the line, loe West, aggresive end who shone on defense, Tom Walsh, versatile halfback
Abest when the going was tough, Charlie Ackerman, modest tackle and placelcick specialist,
lim Riese, veteran guard and superlative defensive player, lim Rush, polished ball handler
and general of the "T" formation, Bill O'Shea, speedy end, and Larry Martin, captain-elect of
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M- 1 - , .lk A --iff ,ri-f' Aw.: , 1 1 . 1 Q" I 2 P ' 1' wmo5ARTNeFnvrTsoFv1cTOnv
Once again the fast breaking, sharp shooting, Blue and Gold courtsters have completed
a very successful season. Great credit for this achievement must go to Coach "Deke" Mc-
Evoy, who for the past twelve years has willingly and unselfishly devoted his time and energy
to the progress of sports at St. Mary's.
Sporting a record of twelve wins and six losses, the "Fighting Irish" quintet succeeded in
overpowering teams of such calibre, as Fulton High, Marathon-County League Champions,
and St. Paul's of Binghamton. Several two or three point losses, during the course of the sea-
son, served only to raise the fighting spirit of the St. Mary's leather pushe rs.
Midway in the season the Saints were hampered by the loss of Francis Walsh and Harold
Popavich who doffed their Blue and Gold uniforms for the Blue and White of the United States
Navy. However, under the able management of "foe" West and under the expert tutelage of
Coach McEvoy was molded a team which printed an indelible mark on the St. Mary's pillar
The St. Mary's team of '45 and '46 will long be remembered, not only as a team with a
brilliant record, but as a team of coordinated fighters who never quit until the final whistle
had sounded. Time and time again during the prolonged season, the proteges of "Deke"
McEvoy proved that aggressiveness and teamwork were the primary factors in producing a
When next season rolls around many familiar faces will be among the missing. lt will
not be an easy job to fill the vacancies left by lim Rush, speedy guard who amassed a total of
l5O points during the season, Dick White, whose tricky left handed shots proved a millstone
for many an opponentp and Larry Martin, pivot man and captain of the 1945-'46 team. lt is
not with a feeling of regret that these seniors leave St. Mary's, but rather with a feeling of pride
and satisfaction for a job well done.
ST. MARY'S OPPONENTS ST. MARY'S OPPONENTS
St. Mary's .... 38 Marathon .....,.... . . Mary's .... St. Anthony's ........ 44
St. Mary's .... 36 Holy Family Auburn. . . Mary's .... Truxton ...... . , . .19
St. Mary's .... 31 Truxton ............. Mary's Holy Family ..... .... 4 6
St. Mary's .... 36 Alumni ..... .... . Mary's .... St. Paul's ...,. . . .26
St. Mary's .... 36 St. Patrick's. . . .... . Mary's Marathon ..... . . .28
St. Mary's .... 36
St. Mary's ..., 41
St. Mary's .... 24
St. Mary's .... 40
Fulton H. S .... .......
Columbian Squires. . .
Fulton ....... ........
St. Paul s ..... ....
. Mary' s
. Mary' s
St. Patrick's .......... 37
St. Anthony's ........ 30
Columbian Squires .... 33
St. Cyril's ............ 37
Top Left to Right: Coach McEvoy, L. Martin, F. Woods.
Middle Left to Right: I. Rush, Father Donovan, B. Adams
Bottom Lett to Right: R. White, I. Colvin, I. West, Mgr,
Seated Left to Right: T. Walsh, A. Innes, assistant editorg D. Young, editorg M. Kernan, F. Ferguson
Standing Left to Rightz M. lohnson, M. Stair, L. Martin, D. White, Coesports editors
' Soon after the first autumn leaves had fallen, we realized the time had come to attack
the gigantic task of preparing our yearbook. Armed with clicking cameras, notebooks and
crayons, scissors and glue, we gradually saw our efforts transformed into a reality ---fthe twelfth
volume of the l'Per Annosf'
Days passed by, crowded with feverish preparations, numerous revisions and recopies.
As tho spring days of April came rolling along, our dummy underwent its last minute correc-
tions, then was sent on its way.
Although we experienced many heartaches and headaches before the final copy was in
the hands of the printers, yet we feel that through the enthusiasm and inspiration of our staff,
we have effectively portrayed our life at St. Mary'sf in "Going Our Way."
C . 5
lames Riese Charles Ackerman
Elizabeth Spottek lames O'Leary
Mary Fumarola Mary lohnson
Aileen lohnson Regina Haskell
For their splendid and generous cooperation in making it possible for us, the class ot
1946, to edit our hook, we wish to extend our sincere thanks to: Mr. Dwyer and Mr. Wilbur,
our photographers, Mr. lames Carmody and Mr. George Dominick, at the Cortland Standard
Office, Mr. Hanrahan ot the Ithaca Engraving Company, and Sister Sacred Heart ot the art
Seated Lett to Right: A. lohnson, l. Riese, E. Spottek, M. Fumarola
Standing Lett to Right: l. Haskell, R. Cassidy, C. Ackerman, M. Mastin
jllyou Lllflllll fo 66 Aelllllil' Off'
flafz you are, Ae sure fo czccgof
Zlfe offgfs of our cfefzfek . . .
efass of '47
64133 of '45
EZQSS of W9
MR. AND MRS CHARLES ADAMS
MR. AND MRS STANLEY ADAMS
MRS. IOHN A'HEARN
MR. AND MRS. IOHN ANDERSON
MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL ANTIL
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT P. BLATCHLEY
MR. AND MRS. IOSEPH CANNAVINO
MRS. CLARA CASEY
MR. AND MRS. IOHN L. CASEY
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM P. CASSIDY
MR. AND MRS. FRANK CAUGI-IEY
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE M. CI-IAMPLAIN
MR. AND MRS ANGELO T. CINCOTTA
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM COLVIN
MR. AND MRS. IUSTIN H. CORCORAN
CORTLAND SCHOOL OF DANCE
MISS MARIORIE DAINES
DEXTER'S CIGAR STORE
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM DONUHUE
DR. S. I. DOWER
MISS ANGELA DOVI
WILLIAM M. DOWD
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES DOYLE
MR. AND MRS. F. H. DWYER
MRS. ELIZABETH EARLEY
MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY FABRIZIO
MR. AND MRS ARCHIE FERGUSON
IOHN F. FERGUSON
KATHERINE E. FERGUSON
MR. AND MRS. IOSEPH FERRO
MR. AND MRS. R. B. FINSTERWALDER
MR. AND MRS. IOHN D. FITZGERALD
MR. AND MRS. DONALD FULLER
MR. AND MRS. GUY FUMAROLA
MR. AND MRS. FRANK FUNK
MR. AND MRS. IOHN L. GARDNER
MR. AND MRS. IOSEPH GARVEY
MR. AND MRS. A. GIAMMICHELE
DR. ALEX GILFOYLE
WILLIAM I. GLEASON
MR. AND MRS. IOHN GLEDHILL
MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS L. GORMAN
IESSE L. GRAHAM
MR. AND MRS. THOMAS GRANATO
MR. AND MRS. LEWIS HAGGERTY
MR. AND MRS. IEREMIAH HARTNETT
MR. AND MRS. ALBERT I-IASKELL, IR.
MR. AND MRS. IOHN B. HAYES
MR. AND MRS. IOHN HEALEY
DR. R. P. HIGGINS
MR. AND MRS. EDMUND I. HOFFMANN
MR. AND MRS. THOMAS HOGAN
MR. AND MRS. D. I. HOULIHAN
DR. I. F. HOWARD
MR. AND MRS. RODNEY HULSLANDER
IRENE'S BEAUTY SHOP
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE M. INNES
DR. C. H. IRISH
MR. AND MRS. FRED ISAF
MISS AILEEN IOHNSON
MR. AND MRS. HARRY T. IOHNSON
HUGH P. IOHNSTON
MR. AND MRS. IOHN I. KANE
MISS MARY ANN KANE
MR. AND MRS. THOMAS KANE
DR. C. I. KELLEY
MISS ADELAIDE E. KENNEDY
MRS. RUTH KERNAN
IOSEPH KIERNAN SR.
IOSEPH KIERNAN IR.
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM KIERNAN
IOHN A. LUCY
MR. AND MRS. HENRY LUDWIG
MR. AND MRS. I. A. MARCHAND
MR. AND MRS. DANIEL MARKHAM
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT MARTIN
MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE MASTIN
DR. AND MRS. I. L. MCAULIFF
CHARLES H. MCEVOY
IOHN T. MCGUIRE
MR. AND MRS. IOSEPH MCGUIRE
MR. AND MRS. IOSEPH R. MCGUIRE IR
DR. N. D. MCKEAN
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES McKENDRICK
MR. AND MRS. IOHN MCNAMARA
MR. AND MRS. DANIEL MCNEIL
MR. AND MRS. LORENZO MICHAUD
MR. AND MRS. D. A. MORRIS
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD MORRIS
MISS GRACE I. NATOLI
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM I. NIX
MERLE G. NYE DRUGS
MISS ANNA O'LEARY
DR. AND MRS IOHN O'LEARY
MISS PATRICIA O'MARA
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES O'NEIL
MR. AND MRS. LEO O'SHEA
I. B. AND I. L. PARRY
MR. AND MRS. GENE PATRIARCA
MR. AND MRS. IAMES PATRIARCA
MR. AND MRS. FREDERICK PENNER
MR. AND MRS. S. POPOVICH
MRS. FLORENCE RAY
MR. AND MRS. A. R. REILLY
DR. D. R. REILLY
MR. AND MRS. VERNON RIESE
MR. AND MRS. DONALD R. RILEY
MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS RILEY
MR. AND MRS. PAUL RUSH
MR. AND MRS. IOHN T. RYAN
SHAW AND BOEHELER
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE SHAY
DR. AND MRS. WILLIAM A. SHAY
MR. AND MRS. IAMES A. SI-IERIDAN
DR. L. W. SHERWIN
MR. AND MRS. GILBERT SNYDER
MR. AND MRS. PAUL SPOTTEK
MR. AND MRS. LEON STARR
MR. AND MRS. IOHN STATE
MR. AND MRS MICHAEL STACK
MR. AND MRS. A. I. SWEENEY
MR. AND MRS. EMMETT T. SWEENEY
FRED. I. TYLER
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE TUCCI
MR. AND MRS. PHILIP L. VANGELI
MRS. VIVIAN WAKEFIELD
MRS. RUTH WALSH
DR. I. E. WATTENBERG
MR. AND MRS IAMES WEST
MR. AND MRS ELMER WHITE
MR. AND MRS. CARL A. WINCHELL
MR. AND MRS. TIMOTHY WOODS
MR. AND MRS. DONALD W. YAGER
MR. AND MRS. HARRY E. YOUNG
Cortland, N. Y.
Member F ederol Deposit
Banks and the Younger
Generation . . . ..
The young men and women who I
are coming into citizenship today,
have not the slightest thought of
"traveling the back trail" to a nation with a narrower
future . . . They are planning confidently for a "Bigger
America," and larger futures for themselves-which is
their privilege and birthright . . , But. they have no
happy-go-lucky attitude toward the future. They are
seriously working and planning and saving for the things
they desire . . . We are proud to offer the services of
this bank as one of the tools of their accomplishment
I PINNEY COMPANY,ln:.
' I I
' CUIIPLIIIENTS I
I EXTENDS GRIaI:TINGs
I I I and
OF I I EXPRESSES APPRECIATION
I I I 'ro ST. NIARY'S
I ' I STUDENT BODY ANU FACULH'
MCEVOY Sz SONS I
I , I J. C. Penney Co.
F . -In' , '
mm" 'reams I 81-85 MAIN s'rREI5'I'
I CORTLAND, New YORK
"It Pays to Shop at Penney's"
Q Z ilil
Ii. ll. WILTSIE
NNI' IXIIYD BFS! NX ISIIPS
IU llll llkSS Ol llf
ll I AY S I0 BUY Ql'ALl'l Y
A. J. I'IICIHIIC J. I". l"0I I X I
MAXSON Sf STARIN
09 l'l'llllI1'l0ll Str:-vl
f'0l'lI'llNl Y Y
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WICKWIRE BROTHERS, INC.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting,
Wire Nails, and Wire
Corll I N Y
70 W.. IRRUCKWAY PRUGRESS
Pioneers in the transportation field
'ide Zena, mm 7144440441 0m 740W-shea Zane
BROCKWAY MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
Factory 81 General Ulliee Cortland, N. Y.
TRUST COMPANY ' I Sl NH
of I and
- ' "Loafers"
C0ll'I'l.AND'S ULDICST BANK
Nl mln-r ol' lhv
lfomlcral Deposit Insurance Corp. I
Y0l W R BUSINESS Al'l'RIiClA'l'l5 D
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One of Cenfra! New Yorks Modern cmd Completely
Equipped Prjnfjng Plcmfs
FIRST CLASS WORK CD
Q REASONABLY PRICED
CURTLAND STANDARD PRINTING CU., INC.
FOUNDED IN 1867
STANDARD BUILDING, COBTLAND, N. Y. TELEPHONE 2000
IPRINTERS Ulf IIII 10-Hx l I l xxxosl
We Ulfer Our Congratulations and Extend a Wvarnl Yvelcome to
St. Nlary's Graduates and Friends lo Use Our Services
Savings Bank Money Orders
Sales, Safe Keeping and Redemption U. S. War Savings Bonds
Anlerican Express Travelers Checks
Nloney Loaned on Real Estate Nlortgages
Savings Bank Interest Accounts with current rate of 2 per cent allowed on
Save at a Savings Bankw
"Serving the Conl munity for 77 yearsf,
CORTLAND SAVINGS BANK
Com pl imenls of
ALWAYS SERV ED WH ERE
co- 1 i 10CL1N'roNAvlaNliL
CURTLAND, N. Y.
3 HUNTINGTUN S'l'RliliT
CURTLAND, N. Y.
7 SOUTH STREET
AUBURN. N. Y.
Syracusv and Cortland
TWO TR IICIQS DAILY
Success lo tho Class ol' '16
HRS. llURliEl'I'S CAKE KITCIIICN
With Loads ol' Good Wishes
"'7', " , ,,?'1" LF, L, ' 7 -gm
I Compliments ol' Compliments ol'
CUSMOS Brother 8. Sister Shop
I2 Main Slrcot
Cortland. N. Y.
Nl'lk ' IC w- ,
, I dm nam Infants' and Childrr-n's YV:-ar
X 'fvlophono 857 AND
Nliu-lu-ll li. Carroll SUCCESS T0
I Floyd li. Wadsworth CLASS UF I946
Hostest and the Bestcst
I I0 l
, Class of '46
A AND IIIS TEN VALEDICTORIANS p
Correct Fashion Specialists
32 Main Street
N YEYNY YZ' if E ii I I
, on ant ,
l . N. M. PARMITER
1 a Diamond
Q , , V
'I wigth ' Phone II6
w A 'nb 97 Senii-Selfservice Main St.
,Iewelry of' all kinds ' Y K it X V
SILVERWARE IGA GROLIQARX
We hqwx them at Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
I A 1 Carefully Selected
Dealer in Nlonarch Finer Foods
,L , , L , 1 X , Y, A
X Compliments ol' I
A . Conlplirnents of
Olds Brownbllf Shoe Store
I NlEN'S Rolsuzrl WEYANT'S
CllIl.lll'lEN'S IIUSTER IIHUWNS
Nalif-mlllr' Advfrfisvfl p 18 N. Alain si. Cortland. N. Y.
, The Best For Your Honey X Q
, For I KY JW W -,if
Ql'ALl'l'Y WORK ,
PRUNIPT SERVICE k X Uffiee Equipment and Supplies
, Cul RTEUUS TREATMENT A Typewriters. Adding Nlaehines
X palrmlin, 1 Duplicators.. Filing Cabinets
Ile:-wks. Chairs and Safes
L c mm CLEANING cu
F I7 Court Sl. Phone 33 li Hain Street A Phone 22
l fl0Illlllllll1'Ill5 ul'
I Svlmol and 0l'l'i4-v Supplies
1 The Chocolate Sl1op
l I,lGll'l' LLNIIIIICS
Uur Uwn Nlzulv
MAIN AND C0l'li'l'
'lb Class ol' I9-lb
With xvlllllll Assnvialion llas lk-on
l'orlruil K Cmnnu-rviul Plmlngrupl
77-79 Main Sl. Corlluml., N.
. . Quality Fomls . .
Cornvr Nlain and l'orl XYIIISUII Sls.
"'l'lu- Furnilurm- Sloro ul'lIorlIaml"
Ritz Beauty Salon
llmnplinlvnls ln lllv
Svnior Class ol' '-116
ST. NlARY'S IIIIURCII
fl0llgI'2lllllZlll0llS uncl lim-sl W'ish1-ze lo 1 l l'0"'l'l"U4'UlS ol
lhv Class ol' ' I0 W
SUIDA HAR CIGAH STORE 0
NEWS MAGAZINES w
IDAIIKYLEA ICE CREAM
30 MAIN S'l'. CUR'l'l,ANll 1ZUATS-Sl:l,l-S-DRESSES
IIlllll!-Bll'l'TR0ill'k1'Hlll'llS l 2 Main Sl. Cortlunml
ICE CREAM MILK
AND MILK l'liUIlUC'l'S
Corllun1l's Smurl Rl'Sllllll'illll
lla-lim-ious Food Moxlorulcly Privvxl
I0 Main Sl. Phone 908
ll Clinton Avo. Corlluml. N.Y.
Success lo thv
Cluss ol' I9446
27 Clinton Avenue
Cortland Laundry GUUDALE DAIRY, INC.
Phono l07 15 Courl Sl.
MILK CREAM ICE CREAM
COE F. DEXTER
GIKUCICRIICS ANU NIICATS
Phnnv l985 Cnrlluml. N. Y.
CHARLES F. BROWN Agency
Ill!-illI'1llll'I' ol' All Kinds
,Inhn ll. l'I:u'v Jr. Agn-nl,
Woolworlh Bldg. Phonv 600
STUPKE'S PASTRY SHOP
W0 xlllkl' lhv lin-:ul lhul Haula-
Nlolhvr Stop linking
5 Tonlpkins Sl. Corlluml. N. Y.
Cortland Businvss Inslilulv
AIlll'l'il'llll C1-nl Sm-ivly
60 Hain Slrm-I Tvlvphom- 581
ROURKE 8. GRANATO
A Plumbing and llvuling
I2 YY. ffourl f:0l'lI1llNl. N. Y.
Quality Fruits and Vegetables
Complctv Lint- ol'
l"roslv1l Fruits anal Vogt-tulblvs
Compliments to thc
Svnior Class ol' '46
ll0l,Y NAME SOCIETY
ST. NlAllY'S CllURCll
Tllli IIUUSIC Ulf' FASHION
I I ' 9'
I SINCE '89
Freezvr-Frvsh Ice Cream
llomc Made Candies
State Thdatre Bldg.
Compliments to llw
Sc-nior Class ol' '46
CA'l'l I0l,lC IJAUCI ITICRS
GQ, Ht. Crocker jlrt.
School Suppl it-s-llooks-Nlagztzi nos
Cl Hi NICR ST! DR li
Ch u roll mul C1-ntral
Ht, C, MUNSON
Phono 6211- l08 Main St.
Conn pl i mon t s ol'
THE F. H. COBB BU.
CURTLANID I G A
"Cm'lluml's Largest and l,vzuling"
22 Urulon Ave-. Phmu- 775
,I ICWlCI,l'IRS-1ll"I'll IIANS
S4-rvico-1 lou rlcsy-I lc-pc-mluhi I i I y
"Thr llousv 'l'hul Slylv Built"
Apparel for lhv Miss and Junior Hia-as
VAN DRUG CO.
9 Norlll Slain Sl.
llorllanal. N. Y.
B4-sl Wi:-ahvs lo lhv Clue-as ol' "I-6
"The Style Cc-nlcr of Cortland"
' A. J. MELDRIM
l'h0nv IIH3 5 lfnurl Slrval
Soda Fmlnluin I.unch1-oncllv
s'rUm:N'rs Al.w,n's wr:l.c:m1lc "3"'1UN"
3 NIACIIINICRY cn., INC.
IDWYYIEIQ E bg SWIUIDIND
38 xlilill Slrc-1-l Phono Zfl-10
' llorlluml. N. Y.
Com plinlenls of
'. ig ': 9 QY ' '- -'
I2 -l11-- I6 Court Str:-1-I
l'4'l.380 Iislb. l9l3 Cortlznul. NJ
L. F. LETTS
efffisfmas 6, A16
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llungralulalions lo lln-
SICNIUII CLASS UI" S'I'. NIARY'S IIICII SIIII
Iivv. Lawrvncv I. Iloran, I'asl0r
II1-v. Charles Iiolgvr
Ilcv. Uvorgc Ilurlvy
S1-In-alulv nl' SOI'VIl'l'N
NIASSICS: Sumlavs, 7:15, 9:00, I0:30
I Ilnly liuys. 5:30, 7:00. 8:00
Daily. 7:00. I"ir:-sl Ifriilay, 5:30, 7:00
Nawm-na, Saturday. 7:30
IIICNICIlIlI'I'ION: Sunday Caflur 9:00 o'1-luck Ha:-xsj I
CUNFICSSIUNS: Saturday, 14:00, 7:30. Iivv. of lluly Days
IIAI"I'ISNIS: Sunday, 12:00
SITNIIAY SIIIIOUI.: Sunday aflvr 9:00 ok-Im-k Has:-s
NUVICNA IIIiV0'I'IUNS: 'I'uv:-aday, 7:-I5 I'. NI.
, -1:00, 7 :50
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