Trenton Catholic Boys High School - Immaculata Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)

 - Class of 1962

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The entire hook is centered about Franciscanism and its influence upon the school, To these Franciscans, we the last graduating class under their direction, wish to pay tribute by presenting the 1962 edition of The Immaculata as a small token of our appreciation. These followers of Christ and St. Francis by opening Trenton Catholic, the first all boys high school in the city of Trenton, set a new pace in education. Up-to- date education which has lasted twenty-six years, preparing Catholic gentlemen to be leaders of mankind, and which now must come to its final end. TRENTON CATHOLIC BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS THE FINAL EDITION OF... whim ww' MTX K f . l 1 , A 5 A Y. -5 Q iw f ' .1 31 1.f'z14r I- . .. A F k -:N Y JV R an f -L ,ux:.:'v F 1 " . ' 1-' , " f-w'f.- " ' Q, . L 4 , rl S.: A . ,f . . .rv ,S-31-u.. ' K,-Ria? 1Q.,,.-Q. THE IMMACLIL T 3 -. 1, J is KN ff ' . R w . 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At the upper right is found an imprint of the Church of the Immaculate Conception which will remain under the direction of the Franciscans, even though Trenton Catholic will no longer after this year. - TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Faculty Seniors Underclassmen Activities STAFF Editor-in-Chief ,,......,... . . .Anthony Kall Activity Editor . . A... Michael Allen Sports' Editor ..,... .....,,. R ohert Restuccia Art Editor .......,,.,..,....... Anton Kleiner Moderator. 4Fr, Charles Nelipowitz, O.F.M. Conv. Activity Staff Pat Graziano, John Ricciani, Charles Mullen, Theodore Boraten, Pat DiCuiseppe. Sports' Staff Williani Forsthoffer, Edward Petranto, Vincent Bossio, Richard Ziolowkowski. Business Staff Frank Weiss, Robert Restuecia, Chet Salamander, Thomas Deworocki, Robert Kuzma, John Ricciani, Richard Ziolowkowski, Vincent Bossio. Typing Staff Thomas Deworocki, Fred Angeline Sports 128 History of School 152 Advertising 191 X -i YT fi . N y. W w , ' , , , - N., ,, 5.4 E , 1 3 2 2 W 3 L gi ' Mary, the watchful eye of T. C, aimlwf A ,1 wmwmm M QM Wm fm ++l++ + lll Ewmuu f fv Z-5, , Q ww ,,,!! Wiwil '1,: Y gfL , W 4, 'iw 4517? me-N The Reverend Robert Yudin, 0. F. M. Conv. As our days at Trenton Catholic draw to a close, we wish to express our gratitude to our principal, the Reverend Robert Yudin, O. F. M. Conv. We the Class of 1962, desire to congratulate Fr. Robert on the occasion of his twenty-fifth anniversary in the sacred priest- hood. Most of his priestly life has been spent here at Trenton Catholic as a source of inspiration to young men. During his stay at T. C., Father has excelled as an educator, coach, mod- erator, and principal. To us he has been a true priest, an adviser, and a friend . . . a friend to whom we are honored to dedicate the 1962 Immaculata, the Reverend Robert Yudin, O.F.M. Conv. if -iii' seg? ff .gtg TJ 1- 12' -.fr V -3.5 J. .-Z ,. A 1. it if jk Y, r . W.. ,533 -, 1 s ,,. Y' ' Y' ,-f' A . ini' ci. 2 fx 6' 'ti , - A loyal follower of Christ and St. Francis . . A worthy friend. A constant advisor C En A last look at Franciscan Administration. Rear Campus workout. The library-before the invasion of its many patrons. Mi 1 gf-.aiiik A Immaculate Conception Church blanketed by winter- white. An Era of Catholic Teaching . . . Early morning finds the Administra- tion Building surrounded by snow. Austin Hall in the Autumn. xyiv f ki ,Hg 1 Q f a In 1' to , .Lkh L Q Q f ij s , Z A . , I K .. it ,. . ' ' , 5' L Q I 21 .. Q 'Y' ' A W? 7 'f M .f Z ' i Q ,. We if 1 1 'I0 ,N 4 lk. ,ki V 55. Austin Hall before the arrival of students. A solemn look at the school chapel. A quiet moment in the trophy hall after 26 years of Trenton Catholic accomplishments. Which Has Been implanted Thousands . . . 55" 31-fl il Q f 5 4 wfwmwc-mr,,, ft The office-the center of the sr'hool's administration. A light in the darkness. Dedicated to the boys of Trenton Catholic in the Armed Service. FORTRESS SH LL A rarely seen new of Our Church Ak v i gr 'Q :fa M aj, e L 5' L v H W V ,........., Y AR V' 6 N : J - -- D- 1 gg ,L z :Q -.,1 wew o the Sacred Heart Altar REMAIN N , 3 Lkiig f-T?l?i'f?Ll1iii?YQ, 'N 3 ft, " I E K' ' KLELHQQXA - X-.A ' E hh' 2 :IS gi! u , ,tyfxgfll , I , E Ei Al .f if : W 1 m v fi -A ,ff K 5 tw ' :H . W R , 'L - grill' ' Y Y es f K2-5 .5321 LM typ yn ,4 1 MI, fi , I 3 , tu 5 ,- 5 3, ,V isa -' 1. 2, l' 7- x --Q 11 .A A gg ,ef grew , T- fy 12 Q1 I A1 F Y ,K i if eeee f - I . - , I ' 9 " ,, , M,-Af ei is -, , 2 K' Zaxil' e 1, . 3 , ZfJ4."'37Ii M: -1' - , K K Q Q N , 2 sg , , 1 l 'N ' ' . . '1 , 'u y A X Q 'Q r-S K ' - i Sal 5 , 1 , H- , , , 'Q A. 5, f. e x I !2 el ag I q.,,g V i -X 2 S V ,., .1 ie'-N. WZ p 1 i K ,, N " 3 - .V ' ' 7 .Ll ' 3- Q 7 X A 5- 'xl li l 5- , " ' i K, E , , f -.N r ' r , 1 E 3 x l' " .' X4 z' Q- - 1 5 - - r. A 1 w - , I 1 J , , ' Z? ,f 1 'I L 1 -l'll7lf'?5Q H' ' f + 12 C fl - N , fi ff 'is Mfr.: ls . ' ' ' 1 . E F 141 ' +1513 Group devotion at First Friday Mass. Immaculate's new look. . UZIVJWW ,Q X he F 1,1 mx 1' ag is 2 - . g il , Love, Patience and Purity, goals for all. NEW CHURCH ' The newly renovated .Church of the lm- maculate Conception has served as the center of the campus where we have praised, thanked and petitioned our Creator, during these past four years. In this beautiful edifice we opened our high school career with Mass on the open- ing day of school, and closed it with the bac- calaureate services preceeding graduation, M, gl? If-l , 1. 3,54 We -sg w vs .- 'FE' if 9+ IN-. .p lvl L- FACULTY Y 2 Q 5 5'--.., 15' Qwef-,e-:gag C --H 0 1. ii I 13 :ffm 5 V' l 'ini I A H 2:1 - ,, QA, 'jf ' Wir' 1 Q THE MOST REVEREND GEORGE W. AHR, D.D. Bishop of Trenton, New Jersey THE MOST REVEREND JAMES J. HOGAN, D.D., J.C.D. Auxiliary Bishop of Trenton, New Jersey , NW 3 f 551 w,,, sp 'arm' A 4, A THE VERY REVEREND WILLIAM M. D'ARCY, O.F.M. Conv Ph:D., S.T.L. Minister Provincial Immaculate Conception Province Trenton Catholic Faculty Member, 1938-1942 FATHER PRUVINCIAL PRINCIPAL AND VICE-PRINCIPAL FR. ARMAND SORENTO-Fifth Vice Principal 1957- 19623 Faculty Member 1952-l962g Secretary of Aca- demic Boardg Moderator of Fathers, Clubg Algebra I- II-Sjg Algebra II-Q3-7, 3-813 Third Period - General Study. f PRINCIPAL FR. ROBERT YUDIN - Fifth Principal 1949-19623 Fourth Vice Principal 1948-l949g Faculty IVIember 1938-19623 Prcsidcnt of Academic Roardg Moderator of P. T. A. FR. JOHN FRANCIS LUNNY - Registrarg Faculty Member 1956-19623 Head, of Mathe- matics Departmentg Treasurerg Supervisor of Buildingsg Advanced Senior Mathematics - Q4-21,4-2435 First Period-General Studyg Re- ligion and Homeroom Q2-311 . MISS PATRICIA CIORI - School Secretary 1960-1962. :ll LV.- 'WV ., 12- .I ,lg xl, F .153-:"":?::: Q:- t,,, , A , C tzy Ag-M fb10"""' FR. KENNETH Pretec: Disciplineg Faculty Member A194-1'1955g 1957- 19625 Supervisor of Book Storeg Moderator of C. S. M. C. K MRS. LORRAINE MILLER-School Secretary 1960-1962. E t x MRS. ALICE TUCCILLO-school Secretary 1951-1962 FR. AMBROSE HOJSIK - Faculty Member 1941-19465 1960719623 Economics - K3-253 5 Ger- man II- V12-32, 2-331g World History- fl-6, I-26? 5 Health -- fl-59 3 Study - fl-5? 3 Religion and Homeroom C2-345. www I f, . ,..,A..,: FR. ANGELUS NETZER - Faculty Member 1951-19553 1956-19605 1961-1962g Head of English Departmentg Moderator of Golden Waveg School Publicityg Junior Activitiesg FR. ANTHONY BILLY - Faculty Member English IV - Q4-21, 4-22, 4-243g English II - 1961-19623 Supervisor of Cafeteriag Relail Mer- i2-35Jg Health-I2-3153 Study-Q4-21, 4-225g chandising-Q4-2313 Business Training-fl-2,3 Religion and Homeroom Q3-li. Study-C4-231. ' isfi.sv'fffzsisggsasesesf1..1': HW . . .. - ff-V - .. ,.,,.,..,.. g i 3 K .jfziggg-.Q1 . K - ff P 2 . .. 'i:"v:-"'?E:,- ,. ,:,,. K P , ' in gi' -fr ' ' .,r. A ,M Asus, ' A ' It . 1 L ' HQ I Qs, ' L 'A sieo ' or K , 2 I - ,, "" o'oo W ,, 4 - M. . f wwf U' ""'o'L'N ,J - H.. 4- Hyr- A L My al 5 ig 'F .5 , K ,Q A ,wi Qf, .QW .5 K . .Lx -,yi ' r," 3 S V A is 5' .H IH " ' ' 759' ici? " Q - , f f 7 . ' 'Wi' '7 'f . . in , ,Q .fr 'W' 757 ' 0 ,xg Y 'V A 9 - . 'QL ' 1 lg or ' f r,..r ' , I srri I rrii I . nris ll F A llle r"e v ' EN. - 1 . , MR. GLEN ARNETT - Conductor of School MRS. FLORENCE BANNER-Dietician 1955. Bantl and Orchestra 1959-1962. 1962, MRS. ANNE BREMERMAN -Dietician 1960- 1962. .it FR. CHARLES NELIPOWITZ-Faculty Mem. ber 1957-1962g Moderator and Business Man- ager of Year Bookg Algebra l-fl-6, 2-31, 2-3513 French III-Q3-7, 3-355 Health-fl-353 Religion and Homeroom K1-35. Em. "Q-qi FR. CLARENCE O'SHEA - Faculty Member 1948-l962g Director of Athleticsg Varsity and Junior Varsity Basketball Coachg Swimming Poolg Gym Instructor for all classes. . mm MR. JOHN CORCORAN - Faculty Member 1936-l962g Cafeteria Patrolg Typing I-C4-21, 4-23, 4-2435 Typing II-Q4-221g Commercial Law-C4-233. FR. FRANCIS XAVIER ROSSELL-Faculty Member 1961-1962:, Moderator of Alumnig Freshmen Activitiesg World History- fl-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-55 3 Study- 14-2433 Religion and Home- room 11-43. MR. SALVATORE GUAGLIARDO-Faculty Member 1961-1962g Cafeteria Patrolg Bookkeep- ing I- Q2-34, 2-355g Bookkeeping II- i3-1, 3-257 3 English I- C1-31 3 Study - 12-351. Miifisff gggiwxx - all-N UW MR. JOHN GRUSSLER-Faculty Member 1960-1962g Moderator of Radio Clubg Cafeteria Patrolg Physical Science- fl-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-65: German II- C2-31, 2-3253 Health - fl-613 Study- C1-23 . FR. HUWARD RAYNOR - Faculty Member 1954-1957g 1961-19623 Head of Guidance Depart- mentg English II- f2-315 g English III - Q3-75 9 Study- C1-43 g Religion and Homeroom fl-SJ. FR. JOHN JOSEPH DUBLINSKI f Faculty Member 1956-19623 Head of Science Depart- menlg Sophomore Activitiesg Biology-12-31, FR. INNOCENT DICORCIA-Faculty Member 2-32, 2-33, 2-35lg Religion and Homeroom 1947-19625 Temporary Leave of Absence. 12-32l. ,iii Q ' AIAKW FR. JUSTUS BUSH-Faculty Member 1957- FR. LIONEL SULLIVAN v- Faculty Member 19624 Moderamr 0f Civics Clubs Mvderuwr of 1943-1951g 1961-1962g Moderator of F. M.'A.g Student Councilg Public Relationsg Head of Physical Science - ll-51: Biology - K2-34-lg History Departmentg United States History II Economic Geography-C2-3433 Sixth Period- -44-215 4-223 4-23: 4-24,59 Heilllll-112, 3-7.1: General Studyg Health-12-345 gy Study-11-Sig Study-ffl-23Jg Religion and Homeroorn 12- Religion and Homeropm f3.2514- i " 353. we f'5?"UPs FR, MANUEL SPATARO-Faculty Member 1961-19623 Celebrant of First Friday Massesg Freshman Soccer Coachg French II-Q2-31, 2-331g Spanish I- fl-263g Economic Geogra- phy- il-2J:, Seventh Period-General Study. MR. JAMES MATARESE-Faculty Member 1961-19625 Moderator of Spanish Clubg Cafe- teria Patrolg Spanish I- 11-2613 Spanish II- i2-35, 3-1, 3-2535 English I- fl-633 Study - i3-253. F..- FR. MILES SPINELLA-Faculty Member 1961- 19623 Moderator of School Band and Orches- trag Economics-C2-34, 3-113 Commercial Law -Q4-2213 Business Trainingfil-261g Study- il-26, 4-2233 Religion and Homeroom fl-20. FR. NICHOLAS WEISS - Faculty Member 1958-19623 Supervisor of Campusg Moderator of French Clubg English II - K2-32, 2-3313 French II- 12-32, 2-331g German 111- 411-7, 3-815 Health- Q2-321: Study-f2-343g Religion and Homeroom Q4-211. QW! FR. MYRON CRIMMINS - Faculty Member 1949-1962g Librariang Religion and Homeroom f2-331. aah-um MR. JAMES PETRUCCIO - Varsity Football Coach 1957-1962. MR. DANIEL PROCACCINO-Varsity Soccer Coach 1960-1962. FR. REYNOLD KOWALSKI-Faculty Member 1952-19543 1961-1962g English l-fl-2, 1-4, 1-5, 1-261g Health-C2-33, 1-2613 Religion and Homeroom Q1-261. 1 :f r wa ' -it FR. QUINTIN ROOHR - Faculty Nlember 1955-1957g 1961-19623 Moderator of Physics Clubg Physics- Q4-21, 4-24-lg Algebra I-12- 33lg Sophomore Advanced Mathematics - i2- 32lg Religion and Homeroom t3-71. FR. SEVERIN DIETRICH - Faculty Member 1953-19623 Head of Language Depnrtmentg Moderator of Forum Clubg Moderator of Cam- era Clubg Latin III, IV-I3-8, 4-211g Latin Il - Q2-31, 2-32, 2-333 3 Health- 13-85 : Study - t2-3335 Religion and Homeroom 13-80. FR. TOBIAS KLEIN-Faculty Member 1960- FR. SIMON MOHR - Faculty Member 1957- 19623 Assistant Moderator of Guidance De- 19585 1960-19623 Moderator of Third Order, partmentg Moderator of Duns Scotus Honor Senior Activitiesg English 111-Q3-1, 3-8, 3-2513 Society, United States History I-13-1, 3-7, 3-8, English IV-f4-2355 Health-f2-35, 3-2515 Re- 3-2515 Study-13-llg Health-13-llg Religion ligion and Homeroom ffl-231. and Homeroom M-221. vm nwsiww -" H FR. URBAN KOVAL-Faculty Member 1961- MR. 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'--,,.,..,. . 5'-' -. .A-, . .3 "f!"'I"'3,fWf' h-'Tp 1 X ,M The Saint Preaches e Walks and the O I Picks Things Up And Fr. Kenneth, our duties. prefect of discipline, performs one of his many 6 6 O Sermons B The Way He Stands -- Wa the Way He Mr. Guagliardo and Mr. Corcoran chat with Fr. Francis Xavier, Fr. Am- brose, and Fr, Reynold between classes. Fr. Simon hurries to correct those last papers before the start of another day. - K, ,.,,.,.,,..w-1 fluff? NK MHC: The school librarian, Fr. Myron, checks on over due books. Fr. Tobias and Fr. Francis Xavier enjoy a bit of relaxa- 'Se tion during their free period. Fr. Mark takes advantage of a free period to catch up on his work. You can never tell what you'll find in those mailboxes QFr. Kenneth and Fr. John Joseph searcl1ing.b Pat Ciori and Alice Tuccillo are kept busy with the secretarial work of the sch0ol's administration. I Q 3 s aaw""""""'W kqwmfww-WV' .qu-4-wwf' Messrs. Weigarxd, Matarese, Cuagliardo, and Corcoran take a coffee break before class. . . . Holds Them ln His Hand. Fathers Simon, Angelus, Miles, and Lionel chant the Mass of the Holy Spirit on the opening day of school. SENIORS Q, 240111011 '10 tc i .1 ' 3 ,, LL. Q EE V f he I V hw foo lv K, yt 5. - ,. :- i ,'x'x ff' mx ,,Mi, ,l ,, , V, T W. i at - I .-,,mW.,,.,,,,...ngv"' rx, L, ,. QQ 11- ff ,:- , hr is S .,,. 1 mi -f.. ' ,, , , ,,f 'Q- A,,.,.-4... 36 Left to Right: Anthony Illuminati-Secretaryg Edward Petranto-Treas urerg Albert Lucci--Presidentg John Carroll-Sergeantent-Armsg Theodore Formaroli-Vice President. SENIOR CLASS OFFICER fm, - MICHAEL J. ALLEN 14-215 Immaculate Conception, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 453 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 453 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Band 145, Orchestra 13, 45g Forum Club 14,53 Radio Club 1-15g John Carroll Society 13, 453 Colden Wave, Editor-in- Chief Junior Year 12, 35'g Basketball 125, Latin Club 1255 Immaculata Editorial Staff 1455 Biology Club 1253 Pep Rally Band 1453 Physics Club 145.5 Math Club 13, 45. DENNIS M. ANCEBRANNDT 14-245 Im- maculate Conceptiong Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 453 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 353 Radio Club 1453 Football 1153 Choir 115. FREDERICK E. ANGELINE14-225St. James, Lat. Scientific 11, 25, Cen. Commercial 13, 453 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social' Club 11, 2, 3, 455 John Carroll Society 145, Golden Wave 1455 Latin Club 1253 Immaculata Editorial Staff 145, Immaculata Business Staff 145, Pep Rally Band 145, Biology Club 125. we-w.,.,,.,,-5' RAYMOND A. ANGELINI 14-245 Holy Cross, Lat, Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 1, 2, 3, 453 Gate Patrol 115g Biology Club 125. Entered Army, January 18, 1962. JOSEPH M. BAHM 14-247 Immaculate Con- ception, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 47 g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 47, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 47, Foot- ball 1l, 3, 47 , Football Club 13, 47 , Varsity Club 147. WINFRIED J. BELLER 14-217 Immaculate Conception, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 47, C.S.M.C. 1l, 2, 3, 47', Social Club 11, 2, 3, 47, Cate Patrol 137, Camera Club 11, 27, Math Club 13, 47, Physics Club 147. 3 :f?af,,7:QiiFs' . -sf wifi-- A . 1 'iff gi fx 5 97: 155293, -Q ee, z YQ JOHN J. BAILIE 14-227 Assumption, Col. Commercial 127, Cen. Commercial 13, 47, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 47', Social Club 12, 3, 47, Radio Club 12, 47, Biology Club 127. JOSEPH W. BERKENKOPF 14-217 Immac- ulate Conception, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 47 , C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 47, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 47: Gate Patrol 1173 Baseball 117, Lat. Club 1273 Bi010gY Club 1279 Physics Club 147, Math Club 137. 4 Efiiic E., ., , -A L Q - J-7 if get 1 ' - ,. A Q . dw-12.40 ROBERT L. BAKER 14-237 St. Mary's - Bordentown, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 47, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 47, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 47, Soccer 127, Commercial Club 137. "9"M.u..,. . EDWARD J. BLEISTEIN 14-227 St. Peter and Paul, Col. Commercial 11, 27, Gen. Commercial 13, 47, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 47, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 47, Cate Patrol 127, Baseball 147. JOSEPH V. BONFANTI 14-211 St. Jamesg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 41 3 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 41 3 Social Club 13, 41 3 Forum Club 13, 41 3 John Carroll Society 141'3 Golden Wave 13, 413 Lat. Club 1213 French Club 1213 Math. Club 141. ,:,, ,, .,, .. ,.., ,. . ,E g It yn 3, ,. 3 V 13 .q"""', , mmwr' " 5 ...,, , ' K THEODORE E. BORATEN 14-211 St. Stan- islaus3 Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 413 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 413 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 413 Lat. Club 1213 Immaculata Editorial Staff 1413 Math. Club 141. l.. 13 T71 W 1' PX .JA f X V 4 X ,,,-'R'-5. 1 X K 1 f 111 x r -- .Xx K747' IN' N .f,..-.X -4 . f f, Mr. Corcoran explains the clo's and don'ts of typing. , ,,,, .,.,' , , mf. f Ji 1 fy, ii A 2 3 if . ,.1'QL,.g A ! LJ !f!,Z X ' 0 W, 1 f W. ,FULL-BLUCKEU Wiz-h-zq4,M 'fi .Q FRANCIS W. BOSLER 14-223 St. Anne in the Pine, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 43.3 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 1l, 2, 3, 433 Gate Patrol 11, 233 Soccer 11, 23g Base- ball 1435 Commercial Club 12, 3, 43 g Span- ish Club 143. 1962 GRADUATES OF TREN TON CATHOLIC BOYS, HIGH SCHOOL , ,,3,,. QM , VINCENT J. BOSSIO 14-213 St. James, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43 3 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43: Social Club 13, 435 .Iohn Carroll Society 143g Golden Wave 13, 433 Football 11, 23, Baseball 11, 43 g Lat. Club 123 g Immaculata Editorial Staff 143, Immaculata Business Staff 1433 Varsity Club 1433 Biology Club 123, Math Club 1439 Camera Club 123. EDWARD W. BOYTOS 14-233 St. Stephen g Lat. Scientific 11, 233 Col. Commercial 13 433 C.S.M.C. 1l, 2, 3, 43'g Social Club 11, 2, a,4J. 6' fat' N127 Do you think that Charles Mullen is really interested in college, Fr. Tobias? aatca ' 5 2 - A ,,,, , 8,1 A gravy. 1 is-. it HENRY M. BROWN 14-235 St. Stanislaus, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Football 115 , Commercial Club 135. 5, ,, ROBERT A. BUCCHINO 14-215 Blessed Sacrament, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Football 11, 35, Lat. Club 125, Var- sity Club 135, French Club 12, 35, Biology Club 125, Math Club 145. GEORGE J. BUTKOSKY 14-215 St. Mary's -Bordentown, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Gate Patrol 125 , Phy- sics Club 145, Math Club 145. in-M JOHN A. BULLARO 14-235 Cathedral, Lat. Scientific 115, Col. Commercial 12, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 35. JAMES F. CAHILL 14-215 Blessed Sacra- ment, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Golf 12, 3, 45, Lat. Club 135, Varsity Club 12, 3, 45, French Club 12, 3, 45, Math Club 135. 3,1 THOMAS M. CAPORUSSO 14-245 Sts. Peter 81 Paulg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45'g C.S.M.C. fl, 2, 3, 453 Social Club fl, 2, 3, 453 Or- chestra 115g Math Club 145. .'I All smiles-it's lunch time. K N X TNQ gi .f--fi ' 5 4 X 1 l I 1.. 53 Kf74rfw ,X 'xx x 'wig M, 5 rj JD. ,K JOHN P. CARROLL Q4-215 Holy Trinity, Lat. Scientific il, 2, 3, 45 5 C.S.M.C. fl, 2, 3, 45g Social Club fl, 2, 3, 45 3 Football il, 2, 3, 453 Football Club 12, 3, 453 Lat. Club 1253 Student Council Secretary f35g Ser- geant-at-Arms f45g Math Club f3, 453 Phy- sics Club f45. CYRUS J. CATTANI 14-243 St. ,loaf-him'sg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43 3 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 435 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 433 Radio Club 11. 23g Biology Club 1335 Moth cloh 143. MICHAEL T. CELENTANA 14-233 Immac- ulate Conception, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3 3g Col. Commercial 1433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 11, 23g Lat. Club 1235 Biology Club 123. Iqliirrgi . JOHN M. CHARUK 14-213 Immaculate PASQUALE F. CHIACCHIO 14-243 St. Joa- Conceptiong Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 433 chimisg Lat. Scientihc 11, 2, 3, 43g C.S.M.C. C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 11, 2, 3, 43g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 432 John 43 Q Band 11, 2, 3, 43 3 Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 43 g Carroll Society 143 . Loi. Club 1233 Biology Club 123. i EDWARD J. CERRONE 14-243 St. Joa- chim'sg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 435 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 433 John Carroll Society 143. DOMINIC J. CHIARELLO 14-243 St. Joach- im'sg Col. Commercial 11, 23 5 Lat. Scientific 13, 433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 113, Gate Patrol 133, John Carroll Society 1433 Baseball 113, Commercial Club 123. MARTIN R. CHOJNOWSKI 14-221 St. Mary's-Bordentown3 Lat. Scientific 11, 213 Gen. Commercial 13, 413 C.S.M,C, 11, 2, 3, 415 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 41: John Carroll Society 13, 41: Immaculata Business Staff 1419 French Club 12, 31. DONALD D. CONTE 14-231 St. .lamesg Col. Commercial 13, 413 C.S.M.C. 13, 413 Social Club1413 Band 1313 Gate Patrol 1313 Cafe- teria Corps 13, 413 Commercial Club 131. DAVID J. CHORBA 14-221 St. Stephen's3 Lat. Scientific 1113 Col. Commercial 1213 Gen. Commercial 13, 413 C.S.M.C, 11, 2, 3, 413 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 41. GEORGE D. CONTI 14-221 Our Lady of Good Counsel, Lat. Scientific 11, 21g Gen. Commercial 13, 413 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 413 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 41. JOSEPH L. CRAPAROTTA 14-221 St. Mary's-Bordentown3 Col. Commercial 13, 413 Social Club 13, 413 C.S.M.C. 13, 413 Soccer 1313 Biology Club 1313 Commercial Club 131, ll T. C. Seniors enjoying the one subjevt no- body Hunks-lunch! ANTHONY D. CRUCIL1 14-241 St. Mary's -Bordentowng1Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 4-13 C.S.lVI.C. 11, 2, 3, 413 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 415 Football 1115 Soccer 131. WINTHROP M. CUMMINGS 14-221 St. John g Col. Commercial 11, 21g Cen. Com- mercial 13, 41, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 413 Cate Patrol 121'g Football 1113 Biology Club 1213 Commercial Club 121. 1962 GRADUATES OF TRENTON CATHOLIC BOYS, HIGH SCHOOL ALBERT J. DeANCELO 14-211 St. Joach- im'sg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 413 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 413 Cate Patrol 11, 2, 31, Drill Team 121g Math Club 141. THOMAS R. DEWOROCKI 14-223 St. Stan- islaus, Lat. Scientific 11, 23, Cen. Commer- cial 13, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 12, 3, 43 , Cate Patrol 113 g Immaculata Editorial Staff 143, Immaculata Business Staff 143. THOMAS J. DIMATTEO 14-233 St. James, Lat. Scientific 113, Col. Commercial 12, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43 3 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Cate Patrol 11, 23, Biology Club 123: Commercial Club 133. KENNETH G. DIENER 14-243 Sts. Peter Sl Paul, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, JOHN V. DISCEPOLO 14-243 St. Mary's - Bordentown, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43 , Football 11, 33. :Xin -if? PASQUALE P. DiGUISEPPE 14-213 Our Lady of Good Counsel, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43 5 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43 , Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 43 5 Gate 12, 33, Colden Wave 143 3 Basketball 123 , Baseball 11, 2, 3, 43 , Lat. Club 123 , lmmaculata Ed- itorial Staff 143', Varsity Club 12, 3, 43, Student Council President123, Physics Club 143 1 Math Club 13, 43. fi- RONALD V. DOBROWOLSK114-223St.Stan- islaus, Lat. Scientific 113 g Cen. Commercial 12, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43 3 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Color Guard 123. I J MICHAEL I. DRANGULA C4-219 Immacu- late Conception, Lat. Scientific fl, 2, 3, 47 g C.S.M.C. fl, 2, 3, 41, Gate Patrol C213 Lat. Club Q21 . JEREMIAS T. DUBYK Q4-215 St. Josa- phet'sg Lat. Scientific fl, 2, 3, 433 C.S.M.C. Cl, 2, 3, 45, Social Club fl, 2, 3, 433 John Carroll Society C475 Physics Club 1453 Math Club CS, 41. '1 f Z 3 X 'SX 11 XD? N 1 "l: f- 'V f7f747' X ""N rf j,. r . - - Ardent seniors viewing the monthly Screen Digest pf JAMES F. DUBBOROW 14-2lr Our Lady STEPHEN M. ECKEL 14-225 Sacred Heart, WALTER I. FELL 14-231 Blessed Sacra- of Victoriesg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, Lat. Scientific 1133 Col. Commercial 1215 mentg Col. Commercial 1l,2,3,4Jg C.S,M,C. C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 4-ig Social Club 11, 2, 3, Gen. Commercial 13, 4-13 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 11, 2, 3, 434 Social Club 11, 2, 335 Band 453 Soccer 12, 33, Varsity Club 133, Biol- 4J'g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 4bg Biology Club 113: Gale P3ll'0l 13ig Soccer 113g Cafeteria ogy Club 121. 1962 GRADUATES OF TRENTON CATHOLKI 1 BOYS'iHGH SCHOOL Corps 1453 Biology Club 129: Commercial Club 12, 33. Fr. Nicholas distributes Holy Communion to a group of seniors. THOMAS Sacrament, mercial 12, cial Club Corps 145: E. FINIGAN 14-235 Blessed Lat. Scientific 115, Col. Com- 3, 45 ,C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 453 So- 145 , Baseball 115 g Cafeteria Commercial Club 145. EDWARD J. FLAGG 14-225 Blessed Sacra- ment, Lat. Scientific 11, 25, Gen. Commer- cial 13, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Basketball 11, 25, Com- mercial Club 135. 2 i1Pi9..,fiQI' , -"'w"X THEODORE M. FORMAROLI 14-225 Im. maculate Conception, Lat. Scientific 11, 25 , Cen. Commercial 13, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Gate Patrol 135, John Carroll Society 145 , Football 11, 2, 3, 45 , Football Club 13, 45 , Varsity Club 13, 45 , Student Council Vice President 145. WILLIAM E. FORSTHOFFER 14-215 St. Francis, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45 , C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Lat. Club 125, lmmaculata Editorial Staff 145, Math Club 13, 45, Physics Club 145. HERMANN J. FRAUNHOFFER 14-245 St. Stephen, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45 5 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Soccer 145, Camera Club 11, 25. Father Paul, the retreat master giving Benediction at the close of the retreat. M .f-' ROBERT A. GALLINO C4-225 St. .lamesg Lat. Scientific ll, 215 Cen. Commercial Q3, 41g c.s.M.c. 41, 2, s, Ln, Social Club 41, 2, 3, 41. i 3.1 X I x N --L ff-X I: 'Kr-gf.. .,r x 4 X -"PN, ' Ax .xx NN 3512, f f l 1 'N' f 50 K-. n givfw -s PAUL J. G-MITTER Q4-235 Sts. Peter and Paulg Col. Commercial Cl, 2, 3, 43 5 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club Cl, 2, 3, 433 Foot- ball C4Jg Basketball ll, 2, 413 Baseball fl, 31 3 Commercial Club f3J. ,H f vr-wir 'Gilman-I" KS ' . 5411 .f . 5231: -, . 1 X, A 'ASQUALE C. CRAZIANO 14-213 Immacu- ate Conception, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43 g l.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 13, 43, lasketball 11, 23, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 43, .at. Club 123, Immaculata Editorial Staff A43 g Varsity Club 12, 3, 43g Cafeteria Corps f23g Physics Club 14-3g Math Club 143. M. HENCKEN 14-213 Immacu- Conceptiong Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 433 , 435 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 35 Soccer 123 g Baseball 143 g Biology Club ,123 g Camera Club 11, 2, 3, 43 5 Physics Club 143. f .IOHN M. HANLON 14-223 Cathedral, Lat. Scientific 113, Col. Commercial 1233 Gen. Commercial 13, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43g Forum Club 113: Gate Patrol 11, 23g Camera Club 1133 Spanish Club 143. WILLIAM C. HORAN 14-233 Blessed Sacra- ment, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 33, Col. Com- mercial 143g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43. RICHARD M. HARRISON 14-243 St. Stan islausg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43g C.S.M.C 11, 2, 3, 435 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Phy sics Club 143g Math Club 143. HENRY R. HOWE 14-243 St. .1ohn'sg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 435 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 23. fax , ANTHONY F. ILLUMINATE 14-233 St. Joachimisg Col. Commercial 1l, 2, 3, 433 C.S.M.C. 1l, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Football 11, 23, Baseball 113g Student Council Secretary 143, Biology 123. STANLEY D. .IAWORSKI 14-233 Holy Crossg Col. Commercial 1l, 2, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 1l, 2, 3, 43, Cate Patrol 113 3 Biol- ogy Club 123, Commercial Club 133. MICHAEL A. IMMORDINO 14-243 St. James, Lat. Scientific 1l, 2, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 1l, 2, 3, 433 Lat. Club 123. MICHAEL W. JOHNSON 14-233 Immacu- late Conception, Lat. Scientific 113 3 Col. Commercial 12, 3, 43g C.S.M.C. ll, 2, 3, 43 g Social Club 1l, 2, 3, 433 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 433 Varsity Club 13, 43 3 Biology Club 123, Commercial Club 12, 33. K 1 EY ,K ANTHONY X. KALL 14-213 St. Francis, Lat. Scientific 1l, 2, 3, 43 3 C.S.M.C. 1l, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 1l, 2, 3, 433 Colden Wave 1l, 3, 435 Soccer 123 5 Lat. Club 12, 333 lm- maculata Editorial Staff:.14 Editor3g Student Council Vice President 133, French Club 133. .1 ,fel 1, 3-4- 1 in 2 Is Physics really this interesting? 'Wa"W'w" RONALD M. KARCZEWSKI 14-223 Holy Cross, Col. Commercial 11, 235 Cen. Com- mercial 13, 43 g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43'g Social 1Cll1b1l, 2, 3, 43. ANTON J. KLEINER 14-213 Blessed Sacra- ment, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43 3 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43 g Forum Club 11, 23 3 Colden Wave 12,3, 43Eflitor-in- Chief3g Lat. Club 1233 Immaculata Ed- itorial Staff 143, French Club 12,33g Phys- ics Club 143g Math Club 13, 43. 1962 GRADUATES OF TRENTON CATHOLIC BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL MICHAEL P. KORSAK 14-243 St. Mary's Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2 3, 43g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 433 Lat. Club 123. PAUL E. KOTKIEWICZ 14-233 St. An- drew g Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 333 Col. Com- mercial 143g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43 3 Cate Patrol 113 g Football 123: Biology Club 123. ROBERT E. KUZMA 14-243 Holy Cross, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 433 Lat. Club 1233 Immaculata Business Staff 143 g French Club 12, 33 3 Biology Club 123. WILLIAM C. KRAFT 14-223 Immaculate Conception, Lat. Scientific 11, 233 Cen. Commercial 13, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43'g Band 11, 2, 3, 43. Lo., K LAWRENCE S. KRAMLI 14-223 St. Stan. islausg Lat. Scientific 11, 233 Gen. Commer- cial 13, 433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 435 Cate Patrol 1233 Colden Wave 113. CARY F. LATINI 14-223 St. .loachimisg Lat. Scientific 11, 23, Gen. Commercial 13, 433 Football 123. ANDREW J. LOH 14-233 Holy Cross, Lat. Scientific 113, Col. Commercial 12, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Basketball 12, 3, 43, Varsity Club 13, 43 5 Commercial Club 133. JOSEPH L. LUCAS 14-215 St. Stanislausg Lat, Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Cluh 11, 2, 3, 45: Lat. Club 125, Physics Club 1453 Math Club 145. ggi AJR ALBERT J. LUCCI 14-235 St. James, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 453 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 453 Social Club 1l, 2, 3, 453 John Carroll Society 145, Student Council President- Senior 145 5 Commercial Club 135. ,I X Ax JH- ,X SX Wi X 175115 N Q .. I-. 49 X -"PN 5?+f , 1 X I""'s ,N . f ,V "What can I say, my hands are lied,", says Ed. Petranto. Wfyuna 9 f. EDWARD T. MAJOR 14-243 Sacred Heart, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43 g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43 g Social Club 11, 23 5 John Carroll Society 1435 Football 113, Math Club 143. 1962 GRADUATES OF TRENTON CATHOLIC BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL Nara-...,,, NEIL T. MALLOY 14-223 Immaculate Con- WILLIAM E. MANFREDI 14-243 St. James, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2 3, 433 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, John Car roll Society 143. ceptiong Lat. Scientific 11, 23, Cen. Com- mercial 13, 433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43 g Gate Patrol 113, Football 113, Commercial Club 133. - 12:45 and Seniors head back to class. PHILIP A. MARCHETTI 14-235 St. Joach- im'sg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3 5 g Col. Commer- cial 1453 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45g Lat. Club 125. THOMAS M. MARTIN 14-235 Blessed Sac- rament, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45 g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 453 Third Order 11, 2, 3, 453 Cate Patrol 125 3 John Carroll Society 12, 3, 45, Golden Wave 12, 353 Biology Club 125, Commer- cial Club 1353 Vocation Club 11, 2, 3, 45. JOSEPH F. McCARTHY 14-215 Holy Cross, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45 3 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45g Foot- ball 11, 2, 453 Football Club 12, 3, 45: Baseball 11, 455 Lat. Club 1255 Varsity Club 145, Math Club 13, 455 Physics Club 145. K ANTHONY M. MARTINI 14-225 St. Joach- im'sg Lat. Scientific 115g Col. Commercial 12, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 453 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45 3 John Carroll Society 145 g Base- ball 145. CHARLES O. NJCCORAJACIQ 14-225 Immac- ulate Conceptiong Lat. Scientific 115, Col. Commercial12, 3, 45g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Radio Club 1453 John Carroll Society 1453 Basketball 11, 255 Baseball 115, Commercial Club 1353 Spanish Club 145. lug . 'Hs 4 'ffln f: J' ' f nu- ,lf ul A 1 1,-4 ,H W1 B, wi W- 1 1 1 ,Y ,X ur more intelligent Physics students. f f 'N fx., 7 11' .1--"N ' x f-- disffw - 11 lui ill uni RAYMOND A. MCCORMACK 14-241 Bless- ed Sacrament, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 413 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 4lQ Social Club 11, 21: .lohn Carroll Society 1413 Baseball 13, 413 Varsity Club 13, 4-Pg French Club 13,4lQ Physics Club 145. JAMES J. 1V1cDONOUGH 14-221 Blessed Sacrament, Lat. Scientific 11, 21 :, Cen. Com- mercial 1333 Col. Commercial 14-J 3 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 47 5 John Carroll Society 141 g Foot- ball 115. 58 1 .q'?a,..,..T..,,a- V, 1. . ,, . ,,w:.g,f1y: I ' ' ' 3, ui. Q, f"':,s,,zA ROBERT F. MCCUIRE 14-235 Incarnation, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 455 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3,45. ROBERT J. McMULLEN 14-235 Sacred Heart, Col, Commercial 11, 2, 3, 455 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 12, 35: Cate Patrol 11, 25 g Basketball 11, 25g Base- ball 1155 Cafeteria Corps 1253 Biology Club 1253 Commercial Club 135. MICHAEL J. MOONEY 14-235 St. Francis, Lat. Scientific 115g Col. Commercial 12, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Gate Patrol 11, 253 John Carroll So- ciety 145g Soccer 13, 45g Student Council Treasurer 135, Varsity Club 13, 453 Com- mercial Club 135. ANTHONY N. MORETTONI 14-235 Sacred Heart, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 453 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 453 Commercial Club 125. WILLIAM J. MILLER 14-2353 Immaculate Conception, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 455 John Carroll Society 1455 Commercial Club 135. CHARLES J. MULLEN 14-245 Blessed Sacrament, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45'g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 453 Gate Patrol 12, 35, John Carroll So- ciety 13, 453 Colden Wave 135, Immacu- lata Editorial Staff 1453 French Club 12, 3, 45. JOSEPH J. NALBONE 14-245 Holy Cross, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C, 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45 , .lohn Carroll Society 145, Math Club 145. JOSEPH M. NOVEMBRE 14-245 St. James, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M,C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, John Carroll Society 13, 45 , Lat. Club 125 :, Biology Club 125, Math Club 145. mmm, CARL J. NAMI 14-235 Our Lady of Good Counsel, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45 , Social Club 145, Cate Patrol 135, Cafeteria Corps 125, Commer- cial Club 135. W. A . JAMES E. 0'DONNELL 14-235 Blessed Sacrament, Lat. Scientibc 11, 2, 35, Col. Commercial 145, C.S.lVl.C. 1l, 2, 3, -I-5, French Club 125. EDWARD T. OSVAI 14-225 St. Mary's of the Assumption, Lat. Scientific 115, Col. Commercial 125, Cen. Commercial 13, -15, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 1l, 2, 3, 45, Cate Patrol 1l, 25, Football 12, 3, 45, Football Club 13, 45, Baseball 145, Varsity Club 13, 45, Commercial Club 135. Heads up, Mr. Rudolph. ANTHONY J. PACCILLO 14-233 St. Joach- im'sg Lat. Scientific 1115 Col. Commercial 12, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Football 127. DENNIS J. PAPP 14-213 St. Stephen'sg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 4? 3 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 4bg Social Club 11, 2, 3, 4Ig Football 11, 2, 3, 475 Football Club 11, 2, 3, 49, Lat. Club 12Pg Varsity Club 12, 3, 43, Student Coun- cil-President 1llg Physics Club 14bg Math Club 13, 47. 1962 GRADUATES OF TRENTON CATHOLIC BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL STEPHEN L. PAPP14-23? Immaculate Con- ception, Lat. Scientific 1113 Col. Commer- cial 12, 3, 413 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 4Jg Social Club 12, 355 Cate Patrol 13lg John Carroll Society 1413 Varsity Club 13, 4bg Cafeteria Corps 13, 4Jg Commercial Club 12, 31. REMO D. PASQUA 14-223 Immaculate Con- ception, Lat. Scientific 113, Cen. Commer- cial 12, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Cate Patrol 123. EDWARD J. PETRANTO 14-213 St. James, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43 , John Carroll Society 143, Golden Wave 13, 43, Basket- ball 11, 2, 3, 43, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 43, Lat. Club 123, Immaculata Editorial Staff 143, Varsity Club 12, 3, 43 , Student Council Sec- retary 113, Vice President 123, President 133, Treasurer 143, Biology Club 123, Physics Club 143, Math Club 13, 43. THOMAS J. PASSERELLA 14-233 St. Joachim's, Lat. Scientific 113, Col. Com- mercial 12, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, So- cial Club 1l, 2, 3, 43, Commercial Club 133. LOUIS A. PETROSELLI 14-223 Immaculate Conception, Col. Commercial 11, 23, Cen. Commercial 13, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43. JOSEPH M. PELC 14-223 St. Stanislaus, Lat. Scientific 113, Col. Commercial 123, Cen. Commercial 13, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Football 11.3, Commercial Club 123. FRED W. PETTY 14-243 Immaculate Con- ception, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43 g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 23, John Car- roll Society 143g Student Council Sergeant- nt-Arms 133. link TTL? "' fx, .J x, I mu f X Z 5 Uliuv gi ALBERT A. PINCITOR 14-233 Immaculate Conveptiong Lat. Scientifil' 1135 Col. Com- merr-iul 12, 3, 43g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Soqiul Club 11, 2, 3, 433 Football 11, 2, 3, 439 B2lS6b3u 123 5 Commercial 123. '28 'wi 579' X ""'x 1 x - Enthusiastic fans cheering their team on to victory. pf 4 wg 'W 4-3 ,X THOMAS C. PINTO 14-223 St. .loachim'sg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 33 g Cen. Commercial 143 g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43 g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 433 Baseball 1433 Biology Club 12, 33. W 'E -in ,galliw-NNE midw- ANTHONY J, PITONYAK f4-243 Sts. Peter JOSEPH A. PUKALA t4-243 Holy Cross: VLADIMIR PYL K4-233 St. Josmphati Lit 31 Paulg Lat. Scientific fl, 2, 3, 43 3 C.S.M.C. Lat. Scientific fl, 2, 3, 433 C.S.M.C. fl, 2, 3, Scientific fl, 2, 334 Col. Commercial 143 fl, 2, 3,43. 435 Social Club il, 233 John Carroll So- C.S.M.C. fl, 2, 3, 433 Social Club fl 2 3 ciety 443g Football f13'g Math Club 443. 435 Football 413g Soccer 12 3 a 1962 GRADUATES OF TRENTON CATHOLIC BOYS, HIGH SCHOOL Club 123 3 Varsity 13, 43. Vi 5 John Bailie throws at smile for the photo- grzzpher. .wht W 2 2, A 1 as A aj i l GERALD F. QUINN 14-225 St. Franvisg Col. Commercial 11, 2, 355 Cen. Commer- cial 1455 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 455 Gate Patrol 1255 Basketball 11, 25. DAVID E. RAICHEL 14-235 Our Lacly of Good Counselg Lat. Scientific 12, 355 Col. Commercial 145g C.S.M.C. 12, 3, 455 Social Club 125. ROBERT D. RESTUCCIA 14-215 St. .1ames5 Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45 5 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 125, John Carroll Society 1455 Golden Wave 13, 455 Baseball 11, 2, 355 Lat. Club 1255 lmmaculata Editorial Stall' 1455 Immaculata Business Staff 1455 Varsity Club 12, 35 5 Secretary 1255 Biology Club 1255 Math Club 13, 455 Physics Club 145. Tfliifi 'Hmnf JAMES A. RANFONE 14-245 St. .lames5 Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45 5 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 455 Radio Club 1155 Cate Patrol 1155 John Carroll Society 1455 Lat. Club 125. , .,,.,, JOHN F. RICCIANI 14-215 St. .loachim's5 Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 455 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 455 John Carroll Society 1455 Football 1155 Soccer 12, 355 Immaculata Editorial Staff 1455 Immaculata Business Staff 145 5 Varsity Club 1355 Biol- ogy Club 125 5 Physics Club 145 5 Math Club 1455 Camera Club 13, 45. QR , 4-Nw I Nm EUGENE C. ROBOTIN 14-225St. Stephen's3 Col. Commercial 11, 254 Gen, Commercial 13, 453 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 453 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 453 Gate Patrol 1353 Baseball 115. CHARLES B. ROSATI 14-235 Immaculate Conceptiong Lat. Scientific 1153 Col. Com- mercial 12, 3, 453 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 453 Social Club 115 3 Student Council Vice Presi- dent 1153 Biology Club 1253 Commercial Club 12, 35. aqgnuw-. ROBERT M. ROSIEJKA 14-221 Sts. Peter 81 Paul3 Lat. Scientific 1113 Col. Commer- cial 1213 Gen. Commercial 13, 413 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 41 . ERNEST J. RUDOLPH 14-211 Blessed Sacrament3 Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 413 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 413 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 413 Forum Club 11, 2, 3, 413 Colden Wave 13, 412 Lat. Club 1213 Cheerleaders 11, 2, 312 French Club 12, 3, 413 Physics Club 1413 Math Club 1413 Camera Club 11, 2, 3, 41. LAWRENCE N. ROSSI 14-241 St. Joach- im's3 Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 413 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 413 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 413 John Carroll Society 1413 Baseball 1113 Lat. Club 1213 Biology Club 1213 Camera Club 1313 Physics Club 1413 Math Club 141. ""-uf' PETER A. RUSSO 14-231 Sts. Peter 81 Paulg Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 41 3 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 413 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 413 Cate Patrol 1213 Football 1213 Basketball 11, 2, 313 Baseball 11, 2, 3, 413 Cafeteria Corps 121'3 Commercial Club 131. ANDREW J. ROTTER 14-231 St. Steph- en's3 Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 313 Col. Com- mercial 1413 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 413 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 413 Basketball 111. GEORGE J. SABOL 14-211 Sis. Peter 81 Paul3 Lat. Academic 11, 2, 3, 413 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 413 Social Club 12, 3, 413 Third Order 11, 2, 3, 413 Golden Wave 13, 413 Lat. Club 12, 313 French Club 12, 31 3 Drill Team 121, CHESTER G. SALAMANDRA 14-245 St. Stephen's, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Radio Club 145, Gate Patrol 125 5 John Carroll Society 145, Immaculata Business Staff 145, Biology Club 125, Drill Team 125, Math Club 145, Camera Club 145. Vw SALVATORE J. SANTANSIERO 14-235, St. James, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 1l, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3 45, Gate Patrol 125, Football 125, Base ball 1l, 45, Cafeteria Corps 125, Com- mercial Club 12, 35 . X, II, v-.-.3 f' ' fa FUQ JOHN F. SAWYER 14-2l5 St. Andrew - Newtown, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, 45, Forum Club 13, 45, Colden Wave 135, Soccer 125, Lal. Club 125, Camera Club 12, 3, 45, Math Club 145. JOHN J. SCHAFFENER 14-225 St. Anth- ony's, Lat. Scientific 11, 25, Gen. Commer- C.S.M.C. 1l, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 1l, 2, 3, cial 13, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Band 1l, 2, 3, 45, Orchestra 1l, 2, 3, 45. HARRY J. SCHEIDELER 14-235 Blessedl Sacrament, Lat. Scientific 115, Cen. Com-l mercial 125, Col. Commercial 13, 45, C.S. M.C. 11, 2, 3,4-5. 1 we vw OUISCS. THOMAS A. SCORSOLINI 14-225 St. Jo- achim'sg Lat. Scientific 11, 25 g Col. Commer- cial 13, 455 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Radio Club 11, 253 Gate Patrol 11, 25, Football 11, 2, 353 Football Club 1l, 2, 35 3 Lat. Club 125 g Biology Club 1253 Commercial Club 135: Spanish Club 145. ns, W Robert congratulates Ernest Rudolph and Michael Allen upon completing summer college JAMES A. SERAFINI 14-245 St. Rose of Lima, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 459 C.S.lVl.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45 g Forum Club 11, 2, 353 John Carroll Society 11, 2, 3, 453 Golden Wave 11, 35, French Club 12, 3, 45, Math Club 145. 1962 GRADUATES OF TRENTON CATHOLIC BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL GREGORY E. SINIBALDI 14-245 St. Jo- achim'sg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45, John Carroll Society 13, 45 g Football 115 g Physics Club 145. KENNETH C. SPALLUTO 14-233 St. James, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 43, C.S.- M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43. . GERALD STILLWELL 14-233 St. Maryls, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 43 , C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Football 1135 Biology Club 123, Commercial Club 133. aww. RODNEY J. STINE 14-213 St. Maryis - Bordentown, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43 , C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Band 11, 2, 43, Or- chestra 12, 3, 43, Cate Patrol 133, Golden Wave 13, 43, Lat. Club 123, Math Club 13, 43 3 Physics Club 143. ROBERT S. SUCHOCKI 14-223 Sts. Peter 31 Paul, Lat. Scientific 113, Col. Commer- cial 123, Gen. Commercial 13, 43, C.S.lVl.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, john Carroll Society 143. GEORGE M. SYPNIEWSKI 14-233 Holy Cross, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 43, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, Cafeteria Corps 13, 43, Commercial Club 133, 'Nix CHESTER A. SZEJNER14-223 Our Lady of Sorrows, Lat. Scientific 11, 23, Cen. Com- mercial 13, 43, C.S.lVl.C. 11, 2, 3, 43 , Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43, French Club 123. THOMAS R. SZOMBATY 44-225 Sts. Peter and Pauly Lat. Scientific Q15 g Col. Commer- cial f25g Gen. Commercial 13, 455 C.S.M.C. fl, 2, 3, 45. JOSEPH E. TARCZA i4-245 Sts. Peter 81 Paulr, Lat. Scientific fl, 2,'3, 453 C.S.M.C. fl, 2, 3, 45g Social Club fl, 2, 3, 453 .lolm Carroll Society 4452 Football C453 Soccer f2, 3, 453 Football Club 1455 Varsity Club f3, 45. ylxmi' S -1-n .Sf-New fxxfq fl I 'Q I gi x .1--'T 4 X K-" 5 I f X X Ax x X . f,f"' xx- 'X Kpf-f MX xx f f ,W nl- X I , , W ..,hx FW' assvdafsg9h9il9k9.l9hsJ1'- , .,,, wwumw!NMHM "Ne , t..e,m H 'MM luv' 1F ? Q in ,intl -mfs- 1 8 I milf!! W. W. ,qw HL U, .. 1 , 'if' ' 4 fi. .1 N w:'1."' 3. t , ,,,,, ' ttfl ,lwwww 'H X we w smriavfgf 3' , A 52515, f'W':r'f-1335's 1ri'f2 . M-mf-w.1fM::w, rv,-iw 2 Q-us-uxw -f.,,s?M. f :Sl W?!?53iilE:?Q4-Qfig V7 V- - ..M,Z . . if?- 5 .yi ,Ka t i a 55444, 'fi ' QQ do iq is twxs, : , A , ' I ,. Q -ay' if 15-in liz- . gag.. 151 - ly .ir ,X 2, V, , at kt ,K X an e 1 'QW' , 5 K' Ka 't Jwawkwe' 5: 2 iii- 'N' .. . " , QEZ . Q 'SGI lv '5 H55 W mi fri R 9 iiivfieia wil' giis"a" gl 12 wa 31555 if' as Ewa gs ,ff Y H ' + 1 is -50 A re, 1 sings I ear MQ 1' 2 RUSSELL W. TEDESCHI 14-245 Immaculate Conceptiong Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 453 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 453 Band 1455 Orchestra 1453 Soccer 12, 3, 45g Lat. Club 13, 45g Varsity Club 13, 45: Camera Club 135, Vocational Club 11, 2, 3, 45. 1962 GRADUATES OF TRENTON CATHOLKI BOYS7lHGH SCHOGL ,1 T"'g'fQ.,- Yhiw JONATHAN R. TIFFT 14-215 St.Amhony's, WALTER V- TIMK0 14-235 51 Josephs Hightstowng Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 453 Col. C0mm6l'CiHl 11, 2, 3, 45 CSMC 11 2 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45 3 Forum Club 115 g Ten- 3, 455 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 145 nis 12, 453 Varsity Club 13, 453 Math Club Varsity 145: Commercial Club 135 13, 45 g Physics Club 145. The End, but a Beginning. 'w-2. RICHARD S. TRIVELLINI 14-243 St. Mar- tin's-New Hope, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43 3 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 439 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 433 Football 11, 2, 3, 433 Football Club 1435 Varsity Club 143g Math Club 143. RICHARD C. TUOHY 14-233 St. Hedwig'sg Lat. Scientific 113, Col. Commercial 12, 3, 43 3 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43 g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 433 Gate Patrol 1335 Football 1233 Cafe- teria Corps 13, 43, Commercial Club 133. A RICHARD J. VAN HUFF 14-233 St. Mary's --Bordentowng Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43g Cate Patrol 11, 23g Commercial 133. af. -. sa ' 1, , f 5,532-' A 'T ,ii V , 1 Km., JOHN J. VALAINIS 14-213 Sacred Heart, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 43 g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43 3 John Carroll Society 143, Basketball 12, 3, 43, Varsity Club 13, 43. ANGELO R. VIZZINI 14-243 St. James, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 43g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43g Cale Patrol 113, John Carroll Society 143, Lat. Club 1233 Math Club 111-3. 73 ,fl .r if 74 'm 3' 3 A will - ' The T. C. wooden way becomes a sanctuary of God during the annual student retreat. iff-xr-.fd U1 W ri ...f-"N 1' X A X l""s r . 5. If N M We FRANK R. WEISS 14-213 Immaculate Con- ceptiong Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 433 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, ,3, 433 John Carroll Society' 1433 Ten- nis 12, 43 3 Lat. Club 123 3'Immaculata Busi- ness Stalf 143 3 Biology Club 123 3 Math Club 1433 Forum Club 113. -171911-. LEONARD S. WEISS 14-233 Holy Cross3 Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 43 3 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 433 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 43 3 Radio Club 1433 Gate Patrol 12, 333 Cafeteria Corps 1433 Commercial Club 133. HOWARD I. WHITE 14-245 Blessed Sacra- ment, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 John Carroll Society 145, Physics Club 145. 'Tiff' JOHN J. WOLOSZYN 14-245 St. .lohn'sg Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45. JOSEPH G. WIECHNIK 14-245 St. Stanis- laus, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45 g Radio Club 135 3 Gate Patrol 11, 25. WILLIAM .I. WOLVERTON 14-235 Cath- edral, Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 455 C.S.- M.C. 11, 2, 3, 453 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 455 Football 11, 2,453 Football Club 145 g Base- ball 11, 2, a,45. Qumran-H", ISLES W. WOHLFAHRTER 14-235 St Max-y'sg Col. Commercial 11, 2, 3, 45 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45. ALEX A. ZAMEROWSKI 14-235 Sacred Heart, Lat. Scientific 11, 25, Col. Commer- cial 13, 453 C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45g Social Club 11, 2, 3, 453 French Club 1255 Biol- ogy Club 1253 Commercial Club 135. ROBERT J. ZANONI 14-245 St. James, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 455 John Carroll So- ciety 145g Football 11, 2, 3, 455 Football Club 13, 453 Varsity Club 145. RICHARD J. ZIOLKOWSKI 14-245 Holy Cross, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 455 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 455 Band 115, Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 45, John Carroll Society 145, Golf 145g Lat. Club 125, Im- maculata Editorial Staff 145, Immaculata Business Staff 145, Cafeteria Corps 135, Biology Club 12, 35 g Drill Team 125 g Math Club 145. PATRICK W. ZIGRAND 14-245 Immacu- late Conception, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45 g C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 453 Social Club 11, 2, 3, 45 g John Carroll Society 145 g Baseball 115 g Choir 115, Math Club 145, Physics Club 145. THOMAS E. ZOGORSKI 14-215 St. An- drew's-Newtownr, Lat. Scientific 11, 2, 3, 45, C.S.M.C. 11, 2, 3, 45, Soccer 125g Lat. Club 1253 Math Club 145. rf ? yn S Q JOSEPH MATTES, JR Feb. 20, 1960 ? 5 win HERBERT BACKES Nov. 9, 1960 2 ,, .J.,L, tgn Memoriam CLASS RING ' .X -Y fu" . f Q: f sf V Q 2 l ltay fg' ,z ,. , ggi, 1. " L l ,P , into e A , J L Y f , ,I,fyt,e A r5,1f' 1 13, ' If A A . ' Xb. v, fi sfk iiajfg M175-1.Xx'k X at 53 hy, K Father John Francis measures Fred Angeline for his class ring as Frank Weiss records the information. "1 'idx . :ff rg 1"-A .Q 7.,,,1iQ,L "' Q' ' 'E 1 3 Q .V 5 'Uk' 1 I F, -.,. . .. Wt, -4 aff 1' xxx? ,k:,. fgxqllm h -V win iz i va? K isis f ' Q 3 'Nix as -yi-fx 'Nu :sw wwf' :s .Q-1' W. ,.-'J-""""M Mrs. Lorraine Miller and Mrs. Alice Tuccillo, the school secretaries, keep the office in running order. The 8:40 bell heralds the arrival of some Trenton Cath- olic scholars. ww N' ' s s 225' ' 25555 yan ' . sk sg i 5159115 , :vw ,, swf- 2 All eyes are on Father Tobias as he unravels the won ders of American History. Even Father Severin is caught by the year- hook. photographer. U rn 75 0 l"' 3' vw wa Z Z 4953 iv 4- 6'Q 4 U ,fit 'WJ . ,qs 'ri P It - 4 3 J' l X ' ' if X V , . ff -.0 ,sir n ,rf M :Q i L63 ' - .JM , 1 'UQ ' I- . " ' ,W .,,.M,,?,..M,,,,.,,,,f.-H ..Mm.W,,, W? 1" , nr 4' Q 'Q t N I ,y" fb- 3 , ,,x X s , S 5.1 .ivy ..W g f sie? K .5 mf pu 5: f -1, mx Q 14,6 I. . , Q 2 wefaiii ,, .. Q .ww IU ICR C ASS UFFICER JUNIORS: Left to Right: Louis Cap- oni - Sergeant-at-Annsg Aldo Geno vesi-Secretaryg Anthony DiCesare- Presidentg Douglas Hice-Vice Presi dent: Joseph Caloiaro-Treasurer. ...K .3 CLASS 3-1 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: P. Coniglio, R. Sirak, A. Ionni, T. Kevett, D. Mangine, Fr. Angelus, D. Downs, J. Ruthewic, J. Harvilla, L. Caponi, J. Nixon. SECOND ROW: F. Dom broski, W. Barsczewski, J. Zappley, T. Wisniewski, F. Phelan, J. Bullard, F. Wiechnik, R Persichetti, J. Hencheck, A. Giuliari, R. Dzurinko. THIRD ROW: S. McGowan, T. Cullaro J. Brecko, T. Pogorzelski, T. Morawski, C. Rich, M. Fedorko, S. Zoda. wf...., ...2,,fw5,.., lifffieii' i ' .J 1 gg CLASS 3-'I FIRST ROW: Left to Right: F. Kowalski, G. Salzano, A. Ridolfi, J. Petersack, M. James, Fr. Clarence, C. O'Gorman, R. Pontani, A. Getz, H. Wolski, M. Scolaro, S. Marcello. SECOND ROW: D. Houck, R. Zanoni, W. Brennan, P. Walsh, A. Anderson, W. Panella, A. DiCes:nre, G. Marut, A. Cenovesi, G. Messineo, B. Weiss, R. Kriegner, R. Paul,T. Adams, M. Dudas. THIRD ROW: E. Dilli, R. Papszycki, K. Mount, J. McLeod, A. Fama, J. Miller, R. Curtis, F. Colia, R. Budd, S. Repko, J. Wiles, C. Thiel, J. Scully. '08 u.......,,h-A A quiet, peaceful study period-courtesy of Fr. Armand "Seek and you shall find . . ." CLASS 3-3 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: A. Favata, J. Migliacci, G. Cooper, R. Panflli, E. Opsuth, Fr. Severin, L. Grosso, C. Dennish, F. Slia, .l. Kawalek, R. Ragolia, J. Zullo. SECOND ROW: R. Tramontana, R. Rebecca, J. Harris, M. Donnelly, L. DeMarotta, R. Thompson, F. Petito, J. Szabo, R. Zelli, R. Burkhauser, R. Franvis, D. Slaboda, J. Gian-Grosso, l... Poli. THIRD ROW: C. Walton, P. Svhwendt, F. Hartleroad, K. Hoeflich, E. Goepfert, D. Hice, R. Waldron, J. Bodnnr, P. Galuyda, T. Ryan, B. Thomas, E. Soltis, D. Rankin. Tony DiCesare, Eric Coepfert, Bob Francis, Mike Don- nelly, and George Dennish perform an experiment with the use of a condenser in the chemistry lab. P- 1 19 slzasiaaais 1 a . mms 5 I 5 . . 5 . 5 A ,S L 'KNEW' , .... . 155' , Members of the third year German class are kept busy in the language lab. CLASS 3-25 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: J. Zola, J. Mielle, J. Szucsik, F. Odri, J, Maressa, G. DeBronzo Fr. Lionel, M. Gaug, J. Kelly, W. Collura, M. Capik. SECOND ROW: C. Marshall, E. Funk A. Kondash, D. Granaldi, R. Mazotas, G. Dilorio, M. Wargo, J. Caloiaro, J. Vizzini, J Augustyn, T. Tokazewski, B. Seamon. THIRD ROW: W. Pigott, G. Young, W. Augustyn R. Brophy, J. Mancini, E. Rafalowski, R. Farley, J. Marshall, J. Kelly. Y I E" li .4-wr-.uma su vaaanmnnnml fl' P a OPHO ORE CLASS OFFICER Sophomoresz Back Row: Left to Right: Samuel Fruscione-Sergeant at-Armsg Michael Fesko-Treasurerg Anthony Massari -Secretaryg Seated in Front: Charles Comfort - Presi- dent. CLASS 2-31 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: J. Masterson, T. Burchell, G. Wilcenski, J. Tardiff, H. Ulbrecht, Fr. John Francis, C. Moran, R. Wanchura, L. Tramontana, J. Zealand, H. Rosali, J. Campbell. SECOND ROW: R. Schulls, C. Preto, T. Wargo, P. Bosakowski, R. Conry, J. DeLu1-a, P. Halaycio, P. Werknlan, S. Zrada, R. Kubiak, J. McCarigle, D. Leopardi, J. Makui. THIRD ROW: D. Salamandra, L. Demski, T. Capewell, P. Simon, R. Papp, J. Juhasz, J. Castner, J. Bruthers, J. Thompson, J. McKeon, G. Furda. .,.,. nnmmnunn' K 86 CLASS 2-33 , .sr CLASS 2-32 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: A. Rosati, S. Yenchik, J. Kucskar, S. Fruscione, J. Sullivan Fr. .Iohn Joseph, F. Gazzillo, R. Napoleon, E. Magee, J. Simson, A. Inverso, C. Dellaria SECOND ROW: D. Warforal, R. McGovem, F. Carl, J. McDonough, J. Pankiewivz, F. Endl S. Kaye, D. Silage, R. Atikinson, I. Cofus, R. Hartmann, THIRD ROW: R. Liwavz, 1. Sustick C. Kroehling, A. Maseari, D. Woloezyn, R. Kunz, M. Karaifu. FIRST ROW: Left to Right: F. McCarran, W. Tafs, T. Pingitor, C. Shaddow, A Buttler M. Ouskin, R. McGuire. SECOND ROW: L. Cieslikowski, R. Stephan, J. DeMarco, Maziarz, J. Gronoslajski, D. Wiechnik, T. Higham, J. D'Errico, M. Ruberto, W. Eiker, W Zazzo. THIRD ROW: W. Szabatura, .I. Zogorski, R. Coleman, C. Venanzi, I. Beiger, V Ardery, P. Stychno, F. Petito, .I. Totten, M. Werkman, S. Janainis, R. Panko. FOURTH ROW C. Belyung, J. Kotz, R. Hartnett, R. Horodysky, J. Maione, B. Kamensky, J. Porcelli,R Leopardi, T. Pudhorodsky, R. Wojciechowski, J. Matzer. Missing: J. D'Amico. .W f - ,If-r CLASS 2-34 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: L. Migliaccio, B. Boyko, T. Pyle, M. Malek, R. Hoyer, T, Lacom chik, R. Geller, T. Carruci. SECOND ROW: A. Kowalski, L. Pellini, J. Feyko, T. Brophy F. Cryan, Fr. Ambrose, J. Borges, S. Weidlich, H. Leip, R. Horan, J. Russell. THIRD ROW A. Clarici, J. Aversano, D. Zulla, S. Krencicki, N. Passaretti, A. Nitti, N. Polselli, J. Mcflormim-k V. Amico. FOURTH ROW: P. Barsczewski, F. Sutter, J. Perry, C. Mershon, W. Suta, W. Sagan, J. Maksimow, J. Bognar, D. Smith, M. Valainis. ,-'xanax f H. f J' f' 'Mgyyxw1!"wMwww5li'lm "'lllll'l N J hu ,,,! U? gglxfil . l llf '!'F1.. Students of 2-32 explore the microscope world in the Biology lab S , N .- ' ,zu ' n. s ' , rf, if- ,pi 'favg Y , ..g,..,. ,1-xrf iff ,L W Biology lab period affords students an opportunity to observe basic life forms and to record data. CLASS 2-35 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: R. Major, K. McCafferty, M. Eckel, J. Maguire, R. Petrillo L. Ksell, Mr. Crussler, J. Byrd, P. Merger, M. Ranucci, T. Wierzbicki, J. Fato, S. Valli. SECOND ROW: R. Okupsld, J. Mangione, E. Teichmann, J. Pluzcrine, E. Deljiero, R. Sopko M. Diveley, H. Grunseich, C. Kleber, R. McDermott, A. Salvatore, C. Scarlata, J. Angelini THIRD ROW: D. Pugliese, M. Fesko, R. Osvai, C. Comfort, H. Suters, M. Calyk, V. Anepete F. Wagner, J. Hughes, J. Johnson, L. Heisler, J. Ne-mchik. ABSENT: Fr. Justus, A. Kovach J. Ziccardi, G. Maik, A. Henry, J. Angeletti, T. Stockton. 1 - I' as P9 FRESHME CLASS OFFICER Left to Right: Richard Comfort - Presidentg Frederick Costanzo-Sec- retaryg John Hencken-Sergeant-ab Armsg Joseph DeVito - Vice Presi- dentg Patrick Callahan-Treasurer. ww X'-5' nm..-:CU ,.,,, Sw 2213953 Www f Y 'W N" ,.,,, T-Tiff 7 . 'fn Fffigvt CLASS 1-2 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: G. Leone, D. Talbot, J. Pelcz, R. Rickett, C. Rickett, D. Dunn A. Mirabelli, T. Cosgrove. SECOND ROW: G. Sergent, J. Macciocca, P, Bradley, A. Espinoza C. Widmann, R. Mason, R. Lewis, R. Lowrey, W. Durwurd, J. Rasimicz, C. Skwirut, V. Costa D. Mattaliano. THIRD ROW: J. Hedden, E. Snyder, T. Dymowski, M. Hartonczyk, F. Thomann, J. Slack, Fr. Miles, C. Mitchell, R. Santin, J. Simicsak, D. Morrissey, J. Spalding C. Schaller. FOURTH ROW: J. Schemmer, J. Lasecki, E. Adams, R. Angel, M, Turner, L Kuliczkowski, W. Hatcher, D. Procaccino, L. Morlando, M. Graff, F. Ponzio. a CLASS 1-3 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: J. Cahill, K. Pavelchak, R. Blanche. R. Voorhees, D. Scibetta J. O,Donnell, P. Hutton. SECOND ROW: G. Kubski, R. Scott, J. Santo, R. Micharski, A Onofri, T. Keating, Fr. Charles, R. DiEleuterio, J. Connor, E, Thoms, D. Olszak, R. Stoj, P Horonzy. THIRD ROW: W. Pochmerski, D. Ryba, M. O'Donnell, D. O'Hara, J. Ratigan, D Bacsik, S. Cerenser, W. Schroeder, C. Phillips, E. Gizzi, A. Leopardi, D. Shirm, E. Swan. FOURTH ROW: L. Hartshorn, B. Duperreaull, D. Cnmisi, R. Harcar. R. Warwick, A. Cerrone, R. Faley, A. Skwara, S. Burek. W. Tkacs, J. Bowser, B. Turner. MISSING: P. Pilger. CLASS l-4 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: D. Zanoni, J. Reina, F. Rnguzzo, M. Wallace, J. Dolinu, J. Foley, F. Ceraci, C. LaFerrara, R. Kobylarz, M. Zullo, F. Coppola, W. Koloflis. SECOND ROW: J. Hornyak, J. Dusichka, A. Spatacino, J. Szweda, C. I.eVach, E. Ciancola, Fr. Francis Xavier. J. Mitnla, F. DiGuiseppe, L. Znmparelli, E. Willever, P. Tozzi, N. Krajncic. THIRD ROW: R. Carroll, J. Malloy, A. DiNatale, P. Horvath, J. Zradu, W. Miller, C. Fedorko, J. Salagzl, J. Constance, D. Wooley, W. Curtis, J. Piotrowski, R. Konflash, R. Mullen, E. Savelli. FOURTH ROW: R. Toth, L. Cerofsky, J. Devito, R. Rohotin, D. Wilder, R. Comfort, W. McGhee, R. Rnttkamp, L. Bachi, D. Bellan, P. Sulish, M. Montaldi, F. Angelini, J. Norton. CLASS I-5 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: S. Bruccoleri, M. Mattis, P. DiMucci, D. Cupple, J. Terrel, R. Giallella, O. Nadraga, S. Guidoti. N. Carsia, R. Wamer, J. Mains, A. Brice, D. Shannon. SECOND ROW: R. Leonardi, P. Warenski, F. Masterson, A. Labella, E. Dulan, K. Kawalek, Fr. Manuel, J. Dulisse, T. Pogorzelski, J. Ferrante, L. Tondini, T. Zook, R. Vavcaro. THIRD ROW: M. Peluso, M. Sulish, F. Stearle, J. Magee, J. Mansue, A. Frarella, S. Plumeri, Salter, J. Semanski, W. Dunlap, S. Parker, J. Millman, H. Sparks, D. Potash, D. Eldracher, R, Smith, T. Blicharz, M. Larkin. FOURTH ROW: S. Weidl, J. Gallagher. M. Wasniewski, A. Lanzoni, S. Billy, K. Conte, S. O'Crodick, C. Fitzpatrick. A, Mayer, J. D'Angeln, T. O'Connor, D. Smieszek, J. Hutton, M. Holubowycz. CLASS 1-6 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: C. Horvath, R. Rall, J. King, D. Crawford. D. Dalrymple, J Bejma, W. Rahilly, J. Comfort, J. McGuire, D. Sopko, P. Bella, N. Corsky, W. Creeden SECOND ROW: J. Simzak. M. Mudry, C. Bronish, R. Caltani, V. Cannuli, D. Becker, Fr Urban, T. Guralski, C.Si'h0eHel, E. Yuncza, A. Wargo, J. Peraino, J. Kostrzewa. THIRD ROW W. Simisak, R. Conti, J. Ferlise, E. Kurocka, D. Williams. G. Dudkiewivz, L, Schrader, M Sihenik, D. Culliton, M. Barkasy, P. Callahan, T. Smith, G. Zak. D. Farina. J. Honey. XI Sedor, R. Angel. R. Walraxen. FOURTH ROW: E. Sary, Z. Djokir. T. Duhoski. J. Quinn G. Breza, J. O'Malley, G. Saxon. L. Bartolone, J. Evans, W. Carr, R. Carson. P. Riley. T Hardiman L , - - 2 o 2? CLASS 1-26 FIRST ROW: Left to right: Satalino, F. Kniss, J. Henry, E. Rendemonti, A. Higham, F. Werkman, E. Kopera, L. Sellnow, T. Boyle, D. Scott, W. Landolfi, R. Lockett, P. Sheehan. SECOND ROW: D. Phillips, W. Dunn, J. Chesner, H. Clinton, R. Zoltanski, R. Cichocki, Fr. Antone, N. DiCrescenzo, P. Mitala, J. Coakley, J. Zebrowski, J, Wincek, W. Dennis, M. Muha. THIRD ROW: F. Constanzo, A. Barna, J. Marchetti, R. Bognar, A. Pierson, R. Behan, C. Angelini, A. Carefino, W. Kelliher, C. DeNatale, A. Angelico, J. Shestko, F. Cbyzyk, R. Cavallo, M. Nedza, L. Fracella, R. Simisak. FOURTH ROW: P. Cresko, V. Radice, 1. Minelli, T. Chianese. E. Cendek, J. VanHise, T. Kondash, F. Pinto, Hencken, T. Martin, L. Conti G. Orsi, C. Dobron, B. Caspari. 1 The pause that refreshes 9 Fr Lrhun presents a fascinating My discourse to his 1-4 Latin Class on the endings of the second conjugation. .yiwwf fs, 15--H gf-g5g2,.411ageyH 1 :M 1: I S .sg 1' .Vg 5 ,SX X Q 3 K fz,f-f1,f:-lm 5 at-,xl-Jlgzzudw 755 31 ,Q 2 34.1 i m,,.15x-A1::f2,:v ff:-f-15:1-g, 'g -1 Kiwi'- ,:.,,. W .. .3 2, . . 4f2g.fe2.1i 52251:zM1'fiy?vi?fii7i2k-mfW?'A -'i 1f, g11g.- .xggwiwssfisz ssxis : ,J A 5,112--M. fn.: 13:-f -K 2 Z, , we few '- Q QI H W: X, wg!-5,2 ng, Lv ,flgsifggw igqwffzffxfwg -if 'EQEQSQ M F E - T - - 4- 11' 1" gffgggg' - . . -gKr f2gg5 'f ,,se, Q EE :-H ff-if A ilmi' -WSW?-fi " W.. ,.y.wzA.:WQ wmyw ew A"k gfr NHL an fa' 5? . K -may W-.3 df? fig' M L, digg,-f "Sw is X S 2 aw .-2 fm S X ,H , . v,.. gm mx is mm ,umm ,W , f :ag .af 1- Iwi .i .6 Q35 1?L'iw:s:1 WWE 'eww N YEA f iabztemk .1 S 3 L fm Q -m m zm . .. mv 1 Wm 'W-23? Our editor, Tony Kall, explains picture bal- IMMACULATA ance and the set up of the dummy. Father Charles lends his assistance to members of the sports' staff. Left to right: Vince Bossio, Bob Restuccia, Bill Forstholfer and Fr. Charles. With Fond Farewells We Record The assing of Our Era The Business Stall? assorts the many patrons and boosters. Seated left to right: Martin Choj- nowski, Robert Kuzma, Vince Bossio, Jack Ricciani, and Chet Salamandru. Standing: Frank Weiss, Robert Restuccia and Thomas Deworocki. 8 'N The activity staff seems to he having its headavhes identifying the pictures to be used in the 1962 Immaculatu. Left to right: Fred Angeline, Tom Deworoi-ki, Mike Allen, Pat DiCuiseppe, John Ricviani, and Charles Mullen. Anton Kleiner, our staff artist, puts the finish- ing touches on his latest masterpiece. Father Charles and Tony Kall check over the proofs before sending them to the publishers for printing. x Jr. dw. . Q ., xc : wg f i cfiisr, ' k ' k W Bob Bucchino, Pat Graziano, and Vince Bossio admire the voca- tion display. if Q L: V. , w,,,.-f,,,wf ifl, ,... f 1. 1,,.vf-: H Students attend Benedirtion, during vocation week, .1 One of the humorous Hoats used during the half-time of the T. C. - N. D. game. held in the school chapel, TRENTON CATHOLIC SIDELIGHTS 1 Fr. Nicholas 'ghas the honors" in 4-21's Christmas party. Mr. Bruno Jacobs presents the National Excellence Award to Fr Severin and John Sawyer as a recognition of the school's achieve ments in the National Forensic League. 1 Students watch the vocational slide viewer. A freshman student casts his vote in the election of freshman officers. 'iiiiiiil STLIDE T COUNCIL Father Justus and President Al Lucci check the Christmas party returns. Rick Comfort and Ted For- maroli give a helping hand with yuletide festivities. Father Justus reviews up and coming activities with student council mem- hers. J' ,XA i.q., uv- Al Lucci lcentcrb briefs James Serafini, Thomas Martin, Ted Formaroli, and Anthony DiCesare concerning im- portant Council functions. Student Council Members pose for a formal portrait. sf? Council Representatives Ed Petranto and John Carroll sell tickets for an away-game bus trip. 4-6,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,...v-I---M FCRUM CLUB Fr. Severin, Moderator of the Forum Club, presents the gavels won at the Student Congress to Ernest Rudolph and .lolin Sawyer. 4. Fr. Severin briefs the sophomore members on the fundamentals of oratorical speaking. --4-si I I 1 , . .lohn Sawyer, President of the Forum Club, addresses members of the Student Congress. Several of the Forum Club members discuss current events in preparation for an extem- poraneous speaking contest. l President, John Sawyer, presides over za meeting as his varsity The Other half of the varsity debate debate partner, Michael Allen, prepares to deliver a score report team, Kehllelh Hoeflich and Ernest on the Georgetgwn Tgurnament. Rudolph, display the latest statistics at a recent debate. RADIO CLUB Future Scientists ln The Making The growth of our world today depends upon the ex- panding field of electronics. Bailie, Kurskar, Demski, and Curtis, working on their own personal projects, try to remove that evasive "bug," The members are always kept diligently at work by their very Capable moderator, Mr. Crussler. The radio club, as in previous years, adds to the prestige of the activities offered here at Trenton Catholic. gf- 5- - , 5 tiff , if 3 gi pf ,V s ig L55 1mmnm 1-f V1 A i ' :W The club officers discuss future plans with their modera- tor, Mr. Matarese. SPANISH CLUB ll Comprende usted ?, says Mr. Matarese President, Joseph Porcelli, reports concerning the latest project of the Spanish Club. may Senior members are given a few tips by Steve Krencicki. Steve Krencicki uses the clark room to enlarge a picture. CAMERA CLUB Several of the advanced members gather around Carl Preto order to obtain some advice on color slides. Members of the Beginnefs Camera Club check their efforts Stan Burek and Ed Kurocka discuss the intricacies of their cameras. Fr. Severin explains some vital information. Jim McCarigle and Bill Zazzo seem fascinated by their find MUSIC Pat DiGuiseppe goes into a solo as Frank Geraci pro- vides the trumpet background. Mr. Arnett, our bandleader, directs the school hand. Down Melody Lane A select group of musicians rehearsing with Mr. Arnett for their part in a fast num- ber. 'I08 4,5 D, ...ff f, 4 ,M Wi , , 1 , . z' S . FZIW -' of uf4,V.: , ,Lf ' I My L,-vzwgwm. ' .fc if sz s r 4- .nin Pg in 1 4 . 7 :f Nu' f ..- k 4 - C. 4 few. M f, Z"x I U 52? ' .,'L 1 I 2 fy f 3,5 3 g L .Mi W- , .WM L. , .7-V, ,m,Qw,S-H f f-egwuw,-S My ,, 1, ,Wx Q wif 4- , . ' ,V ac . ,, ,k., V q A The officers of the fraternity: Tom Martin, Andrew Kon- dash, and George Sabol, check their ledger with Fr. I? 1 The tertiaries are led in prayer by their moderator. Simon. James Mc-Garigle pronounc-es his vows as a pro- fessed memher of the Third Order. Fr, Simon invests underclassmen as novices in the Third Order. John Malloy receives the cord of Saint Francis. Father Simon is assisted hy Tom Martin, Tony Salvatore, and James Mc- Carigle as the Third Order puts out some T. C. ash trays. pw- X lk' .gms xr 4595 FM: w,. w , A may .Aman ff! KL 4 , W avi' ft . I 5 MV, , ,, ,V Q39 K' 5 -7 f - 1:91 3 ff ,K 5 3 s 2 Wkmw Q. af ,, W 3? Y Ex Q, wb 359.4 Father Justus and the members of the John Carroll Society. The officers and Fr. ,lustus pose with Governor Hughes after thc Inaugural Ball. Panelists look on with interest as their guest answers their questions. Charles Mullen, Mike Allen, Tom Martin, and Marty Chojnowski seem displeased with James Serafini's deci- sion. Fr. Justus introduces the guest speaker. S Robert Warwick and Marty Chojnowski keep the parents at one of the card parties supplied with re- freshments. . . . l Parents look on with interest durmg one of ' the business meetings. Mr. Grussler informs a father of his son's progress. Fr. Francis Xavier lends some u3dVif'C,, in card playing to an interested patron. W A panoramic view of the winter card party. Concemed parents discuss the ups and downs of The student council is kept busy as they perform their duties as waiters. Parents Discuss The Symptoms of Our Growing Pains. their son's academic pursuits with Fr. Urban. Father Reynold seems to think that the line will never end. F THERS' CLUB Three of our football stars seem to he enjoying the food at the Spons' Ban- quet. X 1, Q Mr. Plumeri awards Doug Hice with a trophy for a job well done. Fr. Armand takes time out from one of the meetings to pose with the officers of our Fathers' Club. Requirements for college admission are explained to an interested group. The success of College Night isvproved by the many parents and students who attend it. Students listen attentively to the representative of the college of their choice. COLLEGE IC-HT Guidance For The Future Fr. Tobias, the assistant guidance director, introduces the various represen tatives. 11nnuun- nu nu-'MW H --New W .mpg ,-,- 1- GOLDEN WAVE '5Wtxw The editorial staff plans the final dummy with their moderator, Fr. Angelus. Left to right: Pat DiCuiseppe, Bob Restuccia, Fr. Angelus, Anton Kleiner, and Gerald Cooper. Q' Vince Bossio, Pat DiGuiseppe and Fred Angeline polish up the sports' articles. Rodney Stine, Fred Petito, Bob Restuecia, Larry Poli and George Sabol of the Feature Staff prepare their articles before sending them to press. luussnuv-'f 5 The News Staff works on their asslgnments m order to meet the deadline. Fr. Tobias addresses the Mother-Son Communion Breakfast. Senior Class Members and their Mothers seem all smiles as the speeches begin. MOTHER-SCN COMMU IO BRE KFAST Seniors this year - next year ????? mi 4 Rei DANCES , 'Y 1 M 1, yn 'f' ' ko , , X f I an F if 5 ,A n 1 2 , iii X 1 if' il slr' 1 .IU IOR PRC Juniors dance to the soft music of the 'SCalaxies.". . R RX 1 X Fr. Nicholas being introduced by Tom Martin to his date, Mae Kennedy. , Charles Mullen visits Jim Cahill, Tom Martin and their dates. . V 5' rf' X Winfried Beller doing the cha-1-ha with Carol Ger- 122 ' vasoni. - Ml .. ' , h-up , x Mm is J QQ Ef 1 W if F ,X n gm ,i A Y ming The traditional Grand March opening the 1961 Junior Prom. w Bob Kuzma their dates. and Jack Ricciani arrive with -U-sl The camera catcher the prerailing mood of the Junior Prom es reflected in the faces of John Dieoepolo and Ed Petrantm V Wm-w,W,b One of the musts during every Senior Trip is the visit to Washington's home at Mt. Vemon. An inspiring view of the main altar in the Francisran Monastery. 5 'ww 4.2: :-: : A Book of Fond The Jefferson Memorial surrounded by an edi- fying display of foliage. SENIOR TRIP Annapolis and its midship- men always provide an in- teresting afternoon for their visitors. The White House, the home of our nation's president, gleams in the sunlight of a mid-May afternoon. Memories an-wt- --'H so .... 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The beginning of the 1961 football season possessed all this and seemed to hold much more for the ardent fol- lowers of the Colden Wave. Touted as the best in the city and one of the best in the area in pre-season polls, the Wave boasted a large line and an experienced backfield. However, the Catholic squad was not to live up to expectations. The opening game of the season saw Catholic stack up against an always- powerful Vineland team and the Wave went down to a resounding defeat. The team gradually progressed until they captured their first victory of the season against St. Peter's of New Brunswick. ln their next outing, the Wave received their first real thumping from Red Bank Catholic. This defeat proved decisive, since the team couldn't get untracked from then until the final game of the season. The low point of the season for everyone was in the annual Trenton Catholic-Trenton High intra-city clash. All along the way injuries to key players constantly set the team back on its heels. In the final contest of the year, the Golden Wave defeated a desperate Notre Dame team, thus preventing the Irish from registering their first varsity football victory and ending a disappointing season on a happy note. First Row: Left to Right: P. Halaycio, M. Ranucci, R. Kriegner, T. Carucci, J. McCarthy, J. D. Papp. J. Sgro, D. Rankin, C. Shaddow, J. Tarcza, J. McDonough, R. Leopardi. Second Row: R. Brophy, E. Osvai, A. Genovesi, T. Formaroli, J. Caloiaro, T. DiCesare, R. Zanoni, J. Carroll, J. Thompson, L. Bartolone, R. Liwacz, R. Osvai, V. Anepete. Third Row: Coach James Petruccio, Ass't. James Bresnen, P. Gmitter, R. Kurtz, V. Ardery, J. Beiger, S. Zoda, R. Papszycki, G. Kroehling, M. Fedorko, J. Bahm, J. Kotz, R. Budd, B. Wolverton, Ass't., Robert Jarony, Ass't., Chris DiCostanza, Ass't., George McQuillan. Ranurri heads downfield, defender and all T. C. defender shows determination. Tren Tren Tren. Tren Tren. Tren Tren Tren Tren. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Cath Cath ....... 6 Cath ....... 13 Cath ....... 0 Cath Cath Cath Cath Cath ....... 12 Vmeland .,.............................................. Bishop Egan .................................... St. Peter's New Brunswick... Red Bank Catholic .................. Princeton ...... . ..... .......... Camden Catholic ...... .............. Holy Cross .................. ......... Trenton High ......... .............. Notre Dame .......... ......... First Offensive Team-Line: Ed Osvai, Joe Caloiaro, Vince Anepete, Ted Formaroli, Bob Zanoni, Tony Di- Cesare, Vince Ardery, Backfield: Aldo Genovesi, Moe He caught the next one! Ranucci, Joe Sgro, and Dave Rankin. 132 Ardery shows concern in a lost cause. Sgro takes option and finds the going rough. Catholic first down-the hard way. Great tackle but where is the ball? u0zzie" does the twist to full advantage QP- First Row: Left to Right: J. Marshall, R. Osvai, R. Kurtz, J. Kotz, J. Thompson, V. Ardery. Second Row: Left to Right: C. Shaddow, J. Beiger, P. Halaycio, R. Kriegner, R. Hartman. T. Carucci, A. Pingitor. Third Row: Left to Right: P. Cmitter, J. Bahm, R. Budd, Coach J. Bresnen, Ass't Coach F. McQuillen, R. Brophy, S. Zoda, R. Papsycki. Ardery, J. V. and Varsity star, eludes defender and scampers toward paydirt. Robert Osvai follows the footsteps of his hig brother Ed. 3 1 5- k P 4 2 fs E V 3' il 5' Tren Tren. Tren. Tren V11 1 ren Tren J. V. SCHEDULE Catholic ...... Catholic ...... Catholic ...... Catholic ...... Catholic ...... Catholic 0 2 0 7 12 0 Bishop Egan Tren. High ............ Holy Cross ............ Princeton , ............. Florence .................. Notre Dame The headless horror. Frosh squad exhibits varsity form. Tren Tren Tren Tren. FRESHMEN FROSH SCHEDULE Catholic ...... 0 Catholic .... .. 0 Catholic .... W 0 Catholic ...... Hunterdon Holy Cross Princeton Notre Dame FIRST ROW: Left to Right: R. Cattani, D. Becker R Carroll A. Leopardi, M. Mattis, R. Mullen, J. Hutton R DlElBUl8Fl0 SECOND ROW: R. Conti, W. Schroeder, J. O'Malley F Pmto D. Williams, L. Barlolone, J. Hencken, J. DeAn elo THIRD ROW: S. Cerenser, A. Skwara, B. Duperreault R Rottkamp T. O'Connor, C. Saxon, F. Angelini, R. Comfort Coach B .leroni. ABSENT: J. Comfort, S. Plumeri. VARSITY SQCCER Another satellite in orbit. .loe Tarcza displays powerful kicking form. For the second consecutive year the Golden Wave soccer team had a real struggle in posting victories. The squad was again guided by the very able coaching of Mr. Daniel Procaccino, who experimented all season long trying to mold a capable starting unit. Coach Pro- caccino's club possessed a dearth of experience and height. The latter a very important quality for a good soccer team. The team showed the desire and aggressiveness needed to win but was sadly outmanned in nearly every contest. The Wave hooters also encountered a difficult schedule, since four of their opponents went on to be- come state sectional champions and two others semi- state contenders. Mike Mooney surrounded by the opposition, battles for the ball. 'ww M ',.- K , W Russ Tedeschi teams with Mike Mooney for an upfield II12illel1V81'. FIRST ROW: L. Zamparelli, R. Lockett, J. Hedden, J. Ciallella, T. Pogorzelski, A. Mirabelli. SECOND ROW: W. Sagan, W. Timko, S. Zrada, E. Teichmann, J. Tarcza, M. Mooney, V. Pyl. THIRD ROW: C. Schaller, W, Eiker, R. Tedeschi, Mr. D. Pro- caccino fCoachl, J. Zrnda, D. Licciarclello, D. Olszak, G. Wilcenski. Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic Pennington . Hamilton . . . Notre Dame Steinert .... Lawrenceville Hamilton . . . Trenton High VARSITY SOCCER ... . .. 3 Trenton . . . . 7 Trenton . .. ... 7 Trenton . . . . 4 Trenton . . . . . 5 Trenton ... . .. 5 Trenton Trenton Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic Catholic St. Cecilia . Steinert .... Edison ..... St. Cecilia .. Trenton High Notre Dame Edison .,... FIRST ROW: H. Wolski, T. Smith, M. Nedza, J. Sanson, E. Yuncza, A ROSHII A Mirabelli. SECOND ROW: Mr. D. Procaccino fCoachJ, E. Willever, J Salaga R Thompson, C. Fitzpatrick, B. Hoch, C. Preto, L. Kuliczkowski. 9 4 Qx iw f 56' xdigge ,fix gas 'N' , 1' gg -f is ,, g dia, q Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton i 140 . 5 f V 'sa' 5 ' 571242, Andy "The Bomb" Loh VARSITY SCHEDULE Catholic . . . 61 Catholic . . . 75 Catholic . . . 57 Catholic . . . 93 Catholic . .. 70 Catholic . . . 102 Catholic . . . 58 Catholic . . . 76 Catholic . . . 71 Catholic . . . 66 Catholic . . . 51 Catholic . . . 60 Catholic . . . 56 Catholic . , . 57 Catholic . .. 70 Catholic . . . 70 Catholic , . . 63 Msgr. Bonner . . . . . . . Delhaas ....... Snyder ........ Father Judge ..... . . . Bergen Catholic St. Peter's IN. B. Trenton Hi gh ......... Holy Cross ............ Camden Catholic Atlantic City ..... . . . Notre Dame . . . Atlantic City . . . Woodrow Wilson Trenton High .. Notre Dame . . . Holy Cross .... Camden Catholic ESCIT TOURNAMENT Catholic . . . 53 Fordham Prep KN. YJ . . Catholic . . . 51 Catholic 56 St. Agnes fL.I.J DeMatha lMd.5 ....... Bo Hice Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Rev. Clarence O'Shea, Coach L.. "Easy Edi' Petranto CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Catholic . . . 73 Weehawken ........ . . . Catholic . . . 57 St. Peter's KJ. CJ . . . . Catholic . . . 72 Bayonne .......... . . . STATE TOURNAMENT Catholic . . . 57 Holy Cross ......... . . . Catholic .. . 90 St. Maryis fS. AJ . . . . Catholic . . . 47 Bishop Eustace ..... . . . SEVEN REASONS FOR SUCCESS 1. Reverend Clarence O,Shea fCoachJ : Webster has adjectives, but try to find the ones that will fit this note- worthy coach. Probably the best idea that could be brought across concerning the excellent coaching of Father Clarence appeared in one of our local News- papers due to an admirer's comment: 'AI-Ie is the greatest Basketball coach since Dr. James Naismith put up the first peach basket in l89l.,, The 1962 Varsity Club shouts out: "Hats off and banners high to the greatest coach we have ever known." 2. Andy Loh: What team couldn't use his talents? Here was a boy who could come off the bench and take his place up front or in the backcourt without a lack of balance being felt by the squad. Andy's teammates label him as the greatest sixth man ever. 3. Doug Hice: This classy Junior Basketeer possessed a drive that no defense could stop. The Top scorer on the team, Bo tallied over 400 points. At the Christmas tour- nament Doug was named top player. With a variety of shots and good hustle, he looms as one of the top college prospects. Only a Junior, in another year maybe All- American. "Mort" Morawski "Big John' Valainis 4. Ed Petranto: Easy Ed they call him because of his coolness in tense situations, the General of the Wave standing at only 5'9,' proves that you don't have to be big. He used blazing speed to make up for his height disadvantage, leading the Wave's fam- ous fast break and contributing to its effectiveness with his fine ball handling and pin point passes. 5. Terry Morawski: Labeled Terrible Terry by his op- ponents and King of the backboards throughout the season, Mort was a big factor in Catholic's Undefeated Season. Always there with a tremendous block or a forceful rebound, Terry lived up to his name. 6. John Valainis: Big John they call him, 6'6". Noted by one commentator to have shades of "Chamberlain',, John has made his height pay off all season. John's height makes him the best college prospect of the five senior members of the squad. 7. Mike Johnson: ln Basketball there are two types of defense, man to man, or zone. Against a zone, outside shooting could prove a big asset in the outcome of the game and Mike "The Eyei' helped T. C. hold their own against the zone. Johnson stunned opponents all year with his machine-like accuracy. Mike "The Eyei' Johnson www' ii' 'ff I wif -- bg ,A-55541, .7 Y X is H 'K if .ff I K X ' X X. 1 jam! 5 8 N A A I ., I ,V ,si f, 'ff W Na 94 x 25' - an 0 ,Q '1- tw xiii? EQ W, ..,, 'f 1: -mg Qfgk f? "Hi :fwzf Revs' 2561 .Ji fr -Q, W. di'- '- L-.,,,1f53 , ig fy, :fx ,, if H 'WEE 2 f 've . .. I 5' Q ,.,, J X 14 1 W V if S1 2 W 'X M V .f--. QS" - 1 H ff ,- gag 'Wy gg ,L :X H if Q W H74 I ii ..-- x Q YS ...iq-Q. l U21 X . wg fn, 'S fx i if ff E , .. ,au fn, 52212-pq. ' fir? 11,9 ' .f f if NN 1- 'VAQ' 'AA' , 5, 5 5 wwf' i '-iiswgf' e FIRST ROW: Left to Right: A. Massari, C. Comfort, M Larkin J Iuhasz, R. Wojciechowski, M. Fesko. SECOND ROW A Nlttl C Breza, T. Hardiman, P, Werkman, D. Bacsik. V. 0Hara Ab sent M. Werkman. JU IOR VARSITY Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic Trenton Catholic SCHEDULE Msgr. Bonner . .. Delhaas ....... Snyder .......... Father Judge ..... Bergen Catholic . St. Peteris KN. BJ Trenton High Holy Cross ...... Camden Catholic Atlantic City .... Notre Dame .. Atlantic City ..... Woodrow Wilson Trenton High .... Notre Dame .... Holy Cross ..... Camden Catholic . Mike Fesko displayed plenty of scoring punch, inside and outside which helped him to the City J. V. Scoring Championship ,W xx' ,X I 15. 5 1 'l' 3? x 2 ak 375 Af v wg R valor Jr new n -A W? ig ? Q2 ' 5 1 'X ,A 4 l Wy 5 WML' was , 'Y' 'S S MW Q-Q fa 1 1 E fi' 3 My Ip' , M Q ' 5 5 5 ,QV .. if Juv., jw-. nl fgg3l1014 may 'U 5,Rk! 0!,g1 SH ,. e gum' Y f Lp., BASEBALL At Trenton Catholic it could be a disastrous event for any sport to follow basketball. This, however, doesn't bother the Trenton Catholic varsity baseball squad, which can lay claim to its own awards. The Wave bats- men once again completed a successful season and will reign as South Jersey Champs for the third consecutive year. The forces of Coach George L'Puggy,' Malone started their see-saw season just about the time T. Cfs basketball team was finishing its schedule at Newport. The Wave Machine was headlined by the return of several lettermen who helped make the job of Mr. Malone a coaching dream. Speed probably was the biggest factor in the team's success. The Malone Club took its unblemished record into its game against arch- rival Trenton High and only an unbelievable last ditch rally could put down the wave nine. In its bid for repetition of the South Jersey crown the T. C. bats- men edged out a talented St. Mary's of South Amboy in a 12 inning contest. Heads up base running by the "Scooter," Genovesi takes position on peg from outfield. 150 Ed Petranto hustles to beat the hall. T. C. Fielder wins battle over T. H. S. runner Pat Difluiseppe stretches in vain for foul pop. T. C. was too fast for this Holy Cross player. Speedy Ed heads for the dish with a vital tally MW Q i TRE TO ATHCDLIC 13" ANNALS 5' LW 'sm - 2 5- U. ,W JV V e W- 3, wen f 5355 'mi A L walk Q , JW, , ,F K. shg SQESW' A 'Mini si A fl 'S 8 in A gg: Q' qw ? fl nh Vfiiiif 1 'E 21:33 ,. ii, 4 1-we-1..-1--f., M.. .. . W,,. w-J Beginning of Franciscan Education At Trenton Catholic . . . 1937 When Trenton Catholic closes its doors this year, a chapter will he closed in the annals of the city of Trenton. A chapter which has as its beginning the opening of Saint Francis Minor Seminary and College in 1898. The Seminary which now constitutes the Administration Building served as a secular college as well as a preparatory school for students for the Conventual Fran- ciscan Order. In 1914, due to the size of the Order, Saint Francis Seminary was closed and was replaced with a seminary in Floyd Knobs, Indiana, and later with Saint Francis Seminary on Staten Island. In 1921, under the direction of the Rev. Alphonse Lehrscholl, 0.F.M. Conv., the pastor of Immaculate Conception Church and the Most Reverend Thomas J. Walsh, the Bishop of Trenton, the College Building was transformed into the Immaculate Con- ception High School. Due to the need for expansion, the Rev. Austin Fox, 0. F. M. Conv., broke ground for a new building Was A Beginning Which Was To Set A New Pace In Francis Seminary and College built in 1898. which now bears his name. With its comple- tion in 1925, it boasted of six new classrooms, a gym, and a swimming pool. A decision reached by the Most Reverend Moses E. Kiley, Bishop of Trenton, during the summer of 1936, began the second part of the chapter. It began with the return of the Conventual Franciscan Fathers as teach- ers to conduct the new boys' high school, formerly the Immaculate Conception High School. ln accordance with Bishop Kiley's request, the Most Reverend Bede Hess, O.F.M. Conv., Provincial of the Immaculate Conception Province, sent ten Franciscans to Trenton Catholic. During the past twenty-six years which comprise the latter part of the chapter, progress developed and continued with the addition of the new gym and the various in- ternal changes. Trenton Catholicis students have successfully competed in many state and national competitions. Nevertheless, the finis of this chapter is at hand. l I I Catholic Education . . . In 1938, T. C. produced another top team -- the Chicago National Tour- nament contenders: F. White, J. Bacso, R. Kelty, R. Barrett, C. Rossi, and R. Gray. 1938 Rev. Francis Edic, O.F.M. Conv., principal from 1937 to 1939. . . . Education Based Un Faith, Hard Work, And Love Of C-od . . . T 0 te d of th 1939 "Twist" ontest Rev. Dominic Rapp, O.F.M. Conv., principal gf from 1939 to 1948. AQ, A we 9' if an p p j 9 .ff Z ,ff T1 The new gym lockers. 1939 d QW 156 9 4' 1940 we 1A'2 . . 5 ii? ziz : A , 4 A"A zzzi ' , e , l ' "': v ::A aa- :-- 1 -:., . ......:- i fig 5? o ar ":'::' A ":-" 'ew 3 -IAA . Q Ls l aaae Q i Q . A lw", Y ' li , If IQ ,.,,, 5 .,:-:: ---'h s '-:: 2 ai' --:--:-. f r: -'I-::.fH: ' to alfifak s wz o M f V ' "5 , P0 C'5 " ' l X 1 , ' ' 1 r w , Li 322 or gfn lf X o 1 . irzvrfffref 1 ' . TTIONAL STATE CH BIPIONSHIP K7 n QQZJZI . .., M p .. m..,..-,To...eNogn rgflnlfwakff' one o.,.,7..e .., k,,4, WMM . ,,,Q. .M 7 N pn j Q ,.A- 401'-fl aliddegoqzjvnfkzibzezfg' , f o f. A or 7 J wg . ebmsns' fide e eo ,3.11anfimwaeepkmfzfzAf wefb401grg.25ya1a45fzW4f ,, , ,Z ,o h W ,419 r , WL e K .,w ge WM. ..,.,. ,,MM.f X A f Pl?E'SID2S"N7' ' 3f'CPcffAI?Y ', " 'i"M'igf erzzsa 21 The beginning, of an annual tradition. No one can escape the yearbook photographer. What happened to the College Building? Members of the original Commercial Club busy at work 157 Ii -EH X. .sq far! "M 5-.5-3, 1947 ...ma if- Fr. Ronald and the original Knights of the Blessed Sacrament. 1 4 , .. .Q V ,, ,, N we V ,..,, -3 . , ,X f Wwe' Ji? of fl, ww f Y z '-Nf"", ,Q L ' 4. A1 W, 4' Q F 1 1 fn wi , on x 1, 54 I 'W 4 ' kills: 7 Q , n s J L T. C.'s first and only swimming team. , we ,, fff 1 Q 1 1 ,S Q 7 .1 7 942 has if ei, ls not Another addition to the trophy case. The newly-formed Knights of the Blessed Sacrament during adoration in the school chapel. A scene from "Brewster's Millions" presented by the Blackfriars of Trenton Catholic. 1-t ,AV A at The officers of the P. T. A., Fr. Dominic Rapp, Fr. Richard McEwan pose with Bishop Griffin on the occasion of its fourth anniversary. Bishop Sheen visits Trenton, courtesy of Trenton Cath- olicis Fathers' Club. I 943 Fr. Timothy Cahill, O.F.M. Conv. and Fr. Luke Ziegler, O.F.M. Conv., former teachers at Catholic, meet again to address the T. C. Stu- dents. . . Education Which Trained Men For Cod And Countr . . . Most Reverend William A. Crifhn, Bishop Trenton, prepares to distribute Holy Com- at the Fathers' Clulfs Day of Re- sf , ,,,.., And they're off to T. C.'s HHorse and Buggy' Prom. The Priests' Tenebrae Choir entertain at an assembly. v we H :Y1fx5t,1:f2igU ' ig Jiffy f 5 Student Council members aid their country by selling war bonds. 1944 Colleges throughout the country now hoast of the young men who first entered these Gym doors with a desire to learn and an ambition to excell. Is Fr. Kenneth adding some Havoring to some- one's lunch? ' f,3,,.s-psi 1 wi nj' 1- 3 f -A X SE , 1 In irc, 3 ' silt V 5 l it 21 - 1,41 E ' . , ,WW V it l Fr. Dominic Rapp concludes the first Memorial Fr. Robert and his basketball team anxiously await Mass for the alumni who have died in the the train which will take them to the Escit Tourna- service of their country. ment. 7 945 address students at mission rally. .as 5 0 05,5 Coach Ed Warwick gets in the huddle before sending T. C.'s first City Champs on the gridiron. , . , , mfg as ,.,, v f'i'56ii2l Several Franciscans accompany Lt. Commander Gehring, the Guadalcanal hero, on his way to nz, .va-gg, A s 1946 ..Training Them Physically, Spiritually And Mentally . . . Weekly' adoration finds the Pages and Knights of the Blessed Sacrament keeping nocturnal vigil. Is that a look of interest or boredom? With four years of preparation behind him the T. C. Senior looks into the future. A..-1-m taxi The P. T. A. gathers Christmas gifts for the boys in the services. P lt's Friday night, and the "Social Clubbers' are keeping up with the latest dances. Coach Fr. Robert holding the State Tournament ball is wreathed in smiles and surrounded by his team and supporters in the concourse. i W ,ta f The prinripal speakers at the dediration of the memorial for the deceased alumni of World War Il. 1947 Editors, McQuade, Wagner, and Fedorko talk over the latest issue of the Commervialite as it goes lo press. Another of Don Solinsky's unique shots The band prepares to march to the football W vf i game. Mt? it if ,h Students await their turn for confession in preparation for First Friday Mass. 1948 F, Ciliento, H. Fischer and J. Crush admire the lustrous sports' trophies awarded to the many championship teams of our school in past years. Fr. Mark explains the intricacies of a difficult Theorem. ,f -,,.+sf.wn '.mt:f,,t,,e.,,..,mw,-v.uf 1was-Mwmwnfnf,1,1:w,a.m'.fmcaA1:t. 'W . . . Under The Guidance Cf . . . Reverend Jerome Dukette, O.F.M. Conv., the fourth principal of Trenton Catholic. Fr. Ronald leads the K. B. S. Choir through a practice of Gregorian Chant in preparation for Friday Mass. Vocation Week takes over T. C. Gym. The open arms of Our Blessed Mother are extend- ed to welvome all Trenton Catholic Students. ia n, W. 4 r sq, ex. Alfred E. Driscoll, Governor of New Jersey, arrives to address the General Assembly during Vocation Week. 1949 Chuck Bentz slips in from of Lou LiMato to pull While the teachel-'S away, the stu down a missed shot as ihe Tornadoes fell before a dems will play. Wave barrage, 49-31. Fr. Egbert and Fr. Robert accompany Bishop Ahr to the student assembly to address them as the climax of Vocation Week. . . . The Followers Of Saint Francis . . Rev. Robert Yudin, O.F.M. Conv. the last Franciscan Principal of Trenton Catholic. Frank Nierwinski accepts the Catholic State Soccer Championship Trophy. mcg. The annual Halloween Dance pro- vides amusing, entertainment. 790 1 4 Art club members show their finished products to fellow-members. 197 ifffifww Z ix ' v' :' T Q is f ,V-y Fr. Dermot with Vince Peterson, Joe Codd and Marvin Chmielewski distribute food to the poor as an application of what they have learned in the Third Order. if - 1 I ' w I 3? U X Hi if , , , ' V if s t All-State Soccer trio: S. 1 Czenis, C. Velivis, G. Ab- hott. H 41 gg-1-" 792 Fr. Casimir, the guidance director, checks through the vast file of college catalogues with Ed Higgins, Bob Price, and Tom Devlin. Here it is, hot off the press! and Golden Wave staff members scan the results. ,QM Fr. Corbin coaches J. McCarthy and H. Marren as the remainder look on during a daily practice ses- sion with the grunt and groan artists. :Dwi The highlight of the spiritual training. of the students, Bishop Ahr closes the annual retreat with Benediction. Fr. Kenneth seems to agree that old-fashioned blackboard work keeps many a student on his toes. Last year's horror turns into this year's joy, as sophomores Ernie Miller and Jim Buckley retaliate for last year's initiation. 1953 -4,-la..1ef....,., ..................A 174 ter t f I 4. 11 ,, .. im 54 2: fb 1 vii? uma. The hushed and reverent attitude accompanies the Way of the Cross as the students make their annual retreat. Phil Kroehling directs Fran 0'Gorman and Nick High- man at work on the ropes for the next stage production. Excited pre-games fun is shown by a group of seniors. ihwm :zum T. C. defense rushes in to stop scoring threat. The disapproving, kibitzer is found even at the ping-pong table. 194 Hamilton goes down literally under the "tidal" wave. . l A1 if 'L L. slid! To safeguard our health, yearly x-rays are taken of all the students and faculty. 175 wv 1' M -:zz-1 .41 1 S 5 3 S S 5, S Q -51551 df 'zi L , We ..,. S L fl , Q Q I f 5 I fffge!z1,.sggf2:5f.1g:fya Si 0 -lf.: ' -V ,-31:-,,.q.7..f.,.. - f. - ..,-,,,.w.w.1v. 1 SH , 1.' LLIL 14 , , VLX. . V ' L-L' or . ., , , .:L.L,. k -K V X n S I 'f all 5 . j. . " M Ky 2- 5. Sf . 1' ' , ' f Sf2.22-S121-11-fezf2o.1,,'yr-,.g-t.f,.,.i.oiff X'-'ffl K ' f ' I - S f f' - LS Gl er . c T1 , , . ,. 4.,,L .., -. :jf-L. 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M S 1 v . 5.552-Z"j!?i9'HA-555555555-iii.fgHI' fWJ'l5f5FV..Q5I.VJis'7..s . jTj-'E.l::?11L3ETag5g-J:i'11,9T' gugifppiggr fasting, ,3 ,Z .1 4. , ., 1 ...f, 155.4214 1221252123 gs, ,M ' K and I-01115 T001- f-" e 'im -5 A -.L 1 252315wef,,ff.tfs"s1fs:'2Lifswi :www 534' ifsffs-I."-fFafw'f i eiseiiaflgcio .iw-. isf' A 'Q,gQ?fS2E'5?feeHS'5Wgriw'.if15iff'fK1ixgi12ffQ?2f?Q?lQfW2gii2w2ii2:3?4f2a,3Kaiga'QiQ1522saiZ1?'iQ,31lfEwfZQaii3r .- , if ,.,.., . , z5iIQ5Si5ETTlT5?'2?--r Y525ETp:55'?u1CS?lf A , vt.LA-yu. fficfwv K fr ' fe. ,yr .L ,, Nm.-1'f',:+,:.w:.r. 5 ,mir-'?':w.ffA.es:-E.: im.Z--121Eg.kxmsi Y l.i:w,k.ep1QE:-,,1g,.' V, S Q, sgz,k.Q.-,,..ff5g:Lszhw S ..,,,,.e:5 . . I9 ,.,, N S X S S ,.jz3-nz.: H f Q f S S S S W sm f.',- f.-' Q , 1 fr E Q ff .Q se A group of Seniors attend as VSAI, Fr. Leslie and Fr. Severin celebrate Mass in the newly f T redecorated chapel. 4f' Fr. Armand literally lends ball Coach. -1,1 55" 7 H" MW' a helping hand as J. V. Foot- u!l""' ...nf""' f il f St. Patrick's Day Parade and our band marches down Fifth Avenue for the first time. -s Q. 41. vu k- .ul . Relaxing on the Georgetown Campus after a gruelling four rounds of debate are T. C.'s: R. Pfeiifer, T. Bancholf and R. Murphy. George "Kangaroo" Kinczel in a spectacular leap for the ball. 796 797 mmggm The Honorable Robert B. Meyner, governor of New Jersey, addresses the T. C. students take part in a student Congress at Fathers' Club as guest speaker. house. Q , is , S it S ..g,...,1 2 the Essex County Court- to ', - -,ggi .-,. Q , Yr .fat f f-f?1'139 Father Quintin, a reserve chaplain, reads the commemorative prayers after the Mass of the memorial service. Hey man! You don't swallow it-you catch it! ' fig - 1 31" Fr. Robert officially welcomes Fr. Clarence and the Varsity basketball squad back to Trenton, after Trenton Catholic won the championship of the annual Escit Tournament. F f ilfffifi' H, q'ih2S'-Z',,i:g,,J-i M- Tap-off o f the final game for an undefeated season I9 ' "li, No caption needed here! "Wounded warriors" observe half-time en tainment. Students receive interesting information con- cerning the Franciscan way of life from Fr. Adrian during Vocation Week. I9 9 ,.f x . Hi ,A J" . 1, 'Y 'E ,X 47 A 2 - 5 Q x f .L 4 vw R. A .,.. , 4 X or A X fini is if -. Q9 . :X , , K, ' ' In V. E' if Q Y V A 541: . - i " 1- 'K ' A , Q- P ' I " . A - W x A use , I fx , R WMim:,,,Q -v M 1, 3 B V. X 2,-gg , x A ' - ' ' if , Af mn Aosmaww' qgk W ' ' QSM' 31 X V ls v ,G . 4 V :- . rg f , mx 2 ' fwfr 2 , - M "Erwi- 5 x "Ya-f"f',4 he :-??Tl5Lw' .1'i,w'5kf5?fi'3"Xi 1 . ,N nm A Y ' X ,, , ,152 J bf ww" e We ZA' ' ' " ,M or I 3 V ,x A- ,V if , M. A, , f' L'-X' J. ff W if ' - - M- 5 ff Afwffikwia' W,,g.,,,.? 'f1 1 J 'jf' ji1,,,,.:'f ,..,. ,,,fg,1 .sg A V- , 'W - f if 1- V h-,fzfwifwf ff' M , . A ,,5g5m, nf' so H . , , 1 3-,ip I X Q , ifwlq Y' Q if Q iii? Hr '- ' 'A 533 f' WU 2 J M 1 i'f9ifw?W ffiifiwifxfiiivifi Huh An expression familiar to all yearbook stalf members The perfect screen ns R. Hoffman drives around block provided by E. Denuhan. . . . Which After O 9 O The ins. 7960 new look on the campus-black top pav courtesy of the Fathers'-Club. www y M' W W W , w M 22 M All-State Pete Walter shows how its done as he leans around with the kick. The end of a victorious seaa son as a result of spirit and teamwork on the gridiron. 5 9 "J f 1 tif -ni? W ,S ' Lg 1967 the to football players pre- ball used at the over Trenton High iDrum-major Ted Feher leads the hand on the field between halves of the Trenton High foot- ball game. Fr. Paul, the Retreat Master, urges us on to a life of Catholic Action. , W' E ,J JJ ,-, in 4 5504 AE! X' v TE 'Pia F well H- , ,W 1- 9 tttit to t l' , '--1111twt1ttt W, ' 5 .dwwuut W WW 33m11w1,u1N!,ll1i . . . Twenty-Six Years Come To Abrupt End. REMEMBER HE ' Eli ,gi , ,ff 'f,l-I., M 1 5x em, 3,3 I ' '1' I A-Q A K 1 f lfi.. K A ,,.- I , QQ: vi.-vi ,M K R. mf' rm, gg fmt- :N ' i i 1 E'w X -7 , T K ffQ,4.f ! 3 . 3 153 , Q V. - ,g H in -2 QQ' 'as Llf i l.N Y AK 455' ,.,--""' f 1131! .3-L 01 n mm 91' ,ls E. A' X v ,wif wr, ww '41 S 1 amaauwi! ' ,Wm gi FINIS As we close this album of remembrances and fond meiiiories' We putean end to :'mh fa tradition that haszinfluenced the city of Trenton for more than a A tradition based on the precepts of Saint F rancis, pwhich hash! enriched young The followers of these precepts-the Conven- tual, Franciscans.Fathers-havens beengtb us and to those who have gone before us, an inspiration and a guide. itspggas in the classroom, the confessional, orlfon the ballfield there was always ayfraneiscanjwho pguidedaand counseled us throughout' our four years at Trenton Cath- olie, Onekwho shared his knowledge and talents withlus, liitnt i ' We the Class of 1962, the last graduates of Trenton Catholic Boys, High School, must now bid our farewells. We wish to thank our Fran- ciscan teachers for 'rpe fgiving us the heritage of which we proudly boast. From the buildings of TrentonQCatholie and our teachers whom we shall prohablyinever see again, we sadly depart, hoysfevelja,-in our hearts they will relive on forever . . . never to he forgotten. L, K, . Q r 9 l lit Ilfikfg lfla 'Q XY? A xxx, '1 V XXQX 5 fi 9 leifw it l2l"'H-all Q '33 s i his X139 V' x 53 disgust? xx 'U' H Null ,A A 0 Nl' Q.. all fs gl wk 'Cl X'-.1 as .XIII 0 0 A fwlza' Hvfiz ""f ..- v lf: sv Flnssia-nal ..,s: ,s :S 'izlexnafaa 1 k ff! I V ,Kf- Q QNX, Q, v. X xxx ' f .mx RRW' Jw XXXQXK , A cl-9"" x!593,09'9R , 'yy 1 Q wifi 'S WM! "5 X -J' 5 ' Q' ' wr ' Hi' gg x 1 as X Q BOYS Neff? XC 'logo 'S U , , QEQ' ' 11 aj? Kf2,h3h L Hu' Q-x ixznzigfh-L Q, ,V M ff A' Nqqgiogxl , Us if um QP' 'QW Sgxi DQ . , QR W , ' K2 M V, , X ,, Wm S 2 ,It We Wish Thank Mr. Earl Nichols of G. Earl Nichols Associates, Inc. for his unfailing efforts in making this edition of the Immaeulata a yearbook of which we are very proud. Mr. Sidney Baliban of Sarony Studios for the fac- ulty, senior, and underclassmen portraits. Fr. Charles Nclipowitz,i Conv., our Modera- tor, for his guidance and assistance. Fr. Severin Dietrich, Conv., Steven Krencicki and Robert Zclli forsupplying usiiwith the various in- formal and candid pictures. And the many advertisers, patrons and boosters who made it possible for us to produce the 1962 Immaculata. 190 I DEX Administration . ...... . Baseball ............... Basketball Varsity ............................ Junior Varsity ....... Freshmen .............. College Night ........... Contents ..................... Dances .............. Dedication .......... Faculty ............. Football Varsity ....................... Junior Varsity ....... Freshmen ................. Page 16 150 138 146 148 117 4 120 6 19 130 134 135 Junior Prom ........ - ......................... ......... 1 22 Mother-Son Communion Organizations Camera Club ............. Fathers, Club .......... Forum Club ......... Golden Wave ........ ..... 119 106 116 102 118 lmmaculata ................................ ......... 9 6 John Carroll Society ......... ......... 1 12 Music ,..... . ....................... .......... . . P.T.A. ......................... . Radio Club ........... Spanish Club ................ Student Council ......... Third Order ................... . 108 114 104 105 100 110 Scenes of the School .......... .... 8 Seniors ........................................ .... 3 7 Senior Trip ................................. ......... 1 24 Soccer ..................................................... .......... 1 36 Trenton Catholic Annals Underclassmen Juniors ....................................... Sophomores Freshmen ......... 154 82 86 90 ADVERTISEMENTS v 191 Business Patrons ACME UPHOLSTERING, CO. ANTHONY'S PASTRY SHOP BARON'S QUAKER MARKET BELL CRANE SERVICE BERTOTHY FLORIST BROMLEY DINER BYER'S STYLE SHOP CADWALDER LIQUOR STORE CAPRI SALON OF BEAUTY CHAMBERSBURG DAIRY CHAMBERSBURG POULTRY AND MEATS CHARLIE'S HARDWARE THE "DEJAYS!" DINGER BROS. .IRON WORKS DUKE'S LUNCHEON EASTERN SCRAP AND SALVAGE CORP. ELDER'S ESSO STATION ETON CLEANERS THOMAS B. FAHERTY-REALTOR CARL FISCHER'S CANDIES GRAZIANO'S FLORIST GROVEVILLE CABINET FACTORY IDEAL TERMINAL AND TRANSFER INDEPENDENT MEMORIAL COMPANY J. C. VENDING MACHINE 1. L. CAP sl HAT CO. LAMBERT FOOD MARKET BOB LANG JACK LANG CLOTHES MANAKAS' COFFEE SHOP MARY 81 CARL'S MEADOWBROOK FARM MIKE'S STEAK HOUSE PAPA'S TOMATO PIES PETTY PRINTING COMPANY PROSPECT BARBER SHOP QUALITY OIL CO. INC. RIEGEN 81 JONES DEL. ROEBLING MEAT MARKET ST. ANDREWS CHURCH NEWTOWN, PA. SAM'S FISH AND CHIPS AND TOMATO PIES SANITARY COAT, APRON 81 TOWEL SUPPLY CO T 8: M BAR TAMMARO'S SELF SERVICE TEMPERANCE HOUSE TOP ROAD TAVERN TRENTON SLEEP PRODUCTS V 81 V CONSTRUCTION VALENTINE'S INC. VIZZINI'S AMOCO STATION VOLK TIRE CO. WINOWICZ FUNERAL SERVICE General Patrons MR. CHARLES P. ALLEN MR. AND MRS. RICHARD ALLEN MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS M. ANGEL FRED ARENDT MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH BAHM JOHN BAJZATH DOMINIC "HAPPY" BELARDO BELLER-DINGER FAMILY MR. PETER J. BONANNI MARY BONDERCHUK MR. AND MRS. JOHN BONFANTI MR. JOSEPH V. BONFANTI MR. AND MRS. THEODORE BORATEN ANTHONY AND JOSEPH BOSSO MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH A. BRUNN PEGGY BRUNN MR. AND MRS. WESLEY BUREK MR. GEORGE J. BUTKOSKY, JR. CHARLES BYER MR. AND MRS. PAUL CAGAN MR. AND MRS. F. CAHILL VINCENT CALABRESE MR. AND MRS. A. W. CALLAHAN LOU CAPONE MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS E. CARROLL MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY CELENTANA MR. AND MRS. FRANK CELLINI MR. AND MRS. FRANK L. CELLINI M. CERRONE MR. AND MRS. JAMES CHIARELLO MR. AND MRS. WINTHROP M. CUMMINGS MR. .AND MRS. FRANK DADDIO MR. AND MRS. ALBERT DE ANGELO MR. AND MRS. .FRED DE FRANK MR. AND MRS. NICHOLAS DERRICO MR. AND MRS. GUERINO DI GUISEPPE ANTHONY DRAGONETTI MR. MICHAEL DRANGULA STEPHEN AND ROSALIE DRUZBACKY MR. AND MRS. B. DUBYK MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL DUDAS MR. AND MRS. A. J. DURBOROW JAMES DURBOROW JOHN EDELL 119615 MR. AND MRS. ANDREW ELKO THE FAGAN FAMILY MR. AND MRS. THOMAS FITZPATRICK MR. GENO J. FORMAROLI DR. AND MRS. WM. A. FRASCELLA, JR. FRIENDS MR. SALVATORE FRUSCIONE G. SI C. MR. AND MRS. NICHOLAS F. GALATI MR. AND MRS. GENE GENDEK FRANCIS GOEKE DR. SIDNEY M. GREENWALD JOSEPH-GRUERIO MR. AND MRS. CHARLES W. HARRIS MR. AND MRS. FRANK G. HARTLEROAD MR. AND MRS. LEIGH P. HARTSHORN MR. AND MRS. ANDREW HATALOVSKY MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL W. HENDERSON MR. WILLIAM HOEFLICH,JR. 619557 MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HOEFLICH, SR. MR. AND MRS. E. J. HUTTON MISS LUCILLE IMMORDINO MR. MICHAEL A. IMMORDINO MR. AND MRS. P. IMMORDINO MISS THERESA IMMORDINO MR. LOUIS INVERSO AND FAMILY MRS. S. JAWORSKI MRS. EDWARD A. KELLY MR. AND MRS. .ED KEVETT MR. AND MRS. ANTON J. KLEINER MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM E. KREWSON DOMINIC LICCIARDELLO DOMINIC LICCIARDELLO MR. AND MRS. ANDREW LOH MR. JOHN M. LOH, JR. DORTHY LUCAS ALBERT LUCCI MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM LUCCI LUCILLE SI JO MR. AND MRS. EDWARD MAJOR ALEX MANAKAS MR. AND MRS. SIMEON W. MANFREDI MR. AND MRS. G. EDWARD MANSOUTRE MR. AND MRS. JOHN MANSUE MR. AND MRS. WALTER MARKULEC MR. CARL MARUCA MR. AND MRS. THOMAS MARUCA AGNES MATLACK MR. AND MRS. FRANK J. MATTIS DR. J. F. MCCARTHY DR. AND MRS. R. A. MC CORMACK JOHN A. MC GRATH MR. .AND MRS MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS. MR. .AND MRS GEORGE MICHARSKI JOSEPH MITALA CHARLES J. MULLEN WILLIAM J. MULLEN, JR. HENRY B. MURPHY JULIUS NAGY General Patrons MR. AND MRS. J. J. NALBONE MR. CHARLES NARDI CLAIRE B. OLIVIA PAUL S. ORIHEL PAUL ORSI MR. AND MRS. EDWARD PELC PETROSELLI FAMILY ALICE AND ANNAPILGER MR. AND MRS. JOHN A. PLUMERI MR. AND MRS. ANDREW J. PUKALA MR. FRANCIS S. QUINN MR. AND MRS. LEON J. RABATIE MRS. KATHERINE RAIBLE MR. STEPHEN RAIBLE MISS JEAN RANFONE MR. AND MRS. JOHN RANFONE MR. JOHN RANFONE, JR. H9585 SUSAN AND PHILIP RANFONE MR. AND MRS. DOMINIC A. REBECCA DONNA JEAN REBECCA RICHARD REBECCA MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY RESTUCCIA MR. AND MRS. PETER RESTUCCIA MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND A. RICHARDSON MR. .AND MRS. JULIUS J. ROSSI MARY E. ROSSI DR. AND MRS. SIDNEY ROTHMAN ANDREW H. ROTTER MRS. ANDREW H. ROTTER MR. AND MRS. ERNEST J. RUDOLPH MR. AND MRS. RICHARD R. RYAN MR. AND MRS. GEORGE SABOL MR. JOSEPH S. SADLEY DR. AND MRS. JOHN A. SAKSON DONALD SALENTRE NICHOLAS SALENTRE MRS. JOSEPHINE SANTARSIERO MR. AND MRS. FRANK SAPIO MR. AND MRS. ROBERT SAWYER ERNIE SBANO MR. AND MRS. WALTER T. SELIGA MR. AND MRS. T. SENDZIK STEPHEN SIENKIEWICZ, JR. MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN SIENKIEWICZ MR. .AND MRS. PAUL SIMON MR. AND MRS. HAROLD SKLAR DEK SMITH CHARLES STILLWELL ELIZEBETH STILLWELL SARAH STILLWELL MAJOR AND MRS. GEORGE F. SWAN 119395 WILLIAM SZELICH MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH TAREZA WALTER A. TAYLOR, JR. RUSSELL O. 81 FAYE TEDESCHI MR MR MR DR MR MR DR MR MR MR MR M R MR AND MRS AND MRS. AND MRS AND MRS GEORGE TRIVELLINI AMERICO A. TROTTO THOMAS G. TROTTO STEPHEN VACZI ANGELD VIZZINI AND MRS. EDWIN VDGLER .AND MRS. WILLIAM 1. VOSCEK AND MRS. CHARLES WALDRDN C. R. WALLER AND MRS. 1. E. WARGA JOHN E. WARGA 119607 . AND MRS. VINCENT A. WEISS, SR. AND MRS. FRANCIS WERKMAN AND MRS. JAMES WILKES JOHN F. WILWOL MRS. MARY WDLFER FRANK 1. YELEN MISS MARY ZAMERDVSKY MR. AND MRS. ALEXANDER ZAMEROWSKI MR. AND MRS. ANDREW ZANONI MR. AND MRS. ALVIN ZIGRAND JOSEPH ZDGDRSKI MR. AND MRS. THOMAS ZOGORSKI LOUIS ALLEGRETTI ANDY'S SPORT SHOP AXZ AUTO RADIATOR BECHTEL'S SERVICE STATION C. W. BEDDIGER CO. BERNARD'S DEPT. STORE BLANK'S BROADWAY PHARMACY BLUMENTHAL'S BAKERY BORDENTOWN BAKE SHOPPE BRENT CLEANERS BUTERA MARKETS A. BUZGON MEATS CARELLA SHOES CASTOR0 sf COMPANY, INC. CASTORO GMC sf TRUCK Co. INC. CHESTER CITY SERVICE CLINTON JEWELERS JOHN COCCI CLOTHING STORE CORRUBIA'S RESTAURANT COTTRELL'S SERVICE STATION EDDIE'S TAVERN EDDY K'S BAR EDITH sf JOSEPH'S BEAUTY SALON EfS AUTO SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. F. Adamchick Albert Agabiti Mrs. Loretta Agabiti Mr. and Mrs. B. Albanowski Mr. and Mrs. Horace Albert Mr. and Mrs. K. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amnann Mrs. Anne Amoroso Mrs. Phil Anderson Mr. Edward W. Andrews George Angebranndt C1951J John Angebranndt and Family Mr. and Mrs. Louis Angebranndt Martin Angebranndt Jr. Philip Angebranndt Frank Anglingco Carmen Armenti Jr. 119475 Business Boosters EMBASSY BAR FABIAN'S GULF SERVICE ANTHONY A. FATO, BARBOR FAUSTI TIRE CO. FRANCES BEAUTY SHOP FULTON ME AT MARKET GEM CLEANERS GEORGE'S CLOTHES SHOP GEORGE E. HALO TRUCKING THE HANDY SHOP HELMLINGERS DAIRY HERMITAGE LAUNDROMAT HlLLBORN'S GIFT SHOP ITALIAN PEOPLES BAKERY JOHNNY 8: MARGO'S DELICATESSEN LENA'S BEAUTY SALON THE LIBRARY BOOK SHOP LIEBLANG DAIRY MARSH HOBBY SHOP MASSA'S 5 8a 1095 STORE F. MESANKO 81 SON MINER'S VARIETY STORE MOLNA R'S MARKET General Boos ters Phil Azzinaro Fred Badesi Storky Balm Mrs. Florence Banner Joseph A. Barelkowski Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Barrood Mr. Harry Bartolini Mrs. Fannie Bartolornei Louis Bartolone Mr. Michael Bavol Mrs. Susan Bavol Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Bazner Mr. Joseph F. Beckett Mr. and Mrs. Louis Beckett and Family Mrs. Joyce Beecher Thomas A. Beetel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bejrna MORGANS NA POL EON'S PH ARMA CY THE NATALE PRATICO COMPANY NICK'S BARBER SHOP PAUL'S CARD SHOP PAUL Sz LEON'S POST OFFICE DINER RALPH'S BARBER SHOP RHODES FLOWER 31 GIFT SHOP RISOLDI BROS. ROBIN 81 SEGAL HOME FURNITURE SALAY JEWELERS SIEGELS PHARMA CY STANLEY'S MARKET THE STATE STORES, INC. STEELE'S AUTO REPAIR STEVE'S CLEANERS STEVE 8: NICK'S MOBILE STUYVESANT MARKET VITO'S BARBER SHOP WATTS' FOOD MARKET WATTS' GROCERY STORE WESTON BARBER SHOP YECK ACOUSTICS Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bejma Mrs. Isabell Belair Arlene Bell Anthony Bella Peter J. Bella Miss Diane Bellan Mr. John Bellett Mrs. Lena Bellett Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Belyung Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bensel Mrs. Mary Bergfeld Miss Anne Berkenkopf Mrs. Ida Berkenkopf Mr. and Mrs. John Berkenkopf John W. Berkenkopf Don Berkenstock l 'I95 General Boosters Harry Berkovitz Al Betros Mrs. Josephine Betros Mr. Joseph Bevilacqua Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bezek Joseph 8: Sally Bianchini Robert Bier 119612 Mable Bleuines Verna Block Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bodnar Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bodnar Mr. Edward Bogdan Rev. Henry S. Bogdan Mary Jo Bogucki Rudy Bonanni Mrs. Fanny Bonfanti Vincent S. Bonfanti Lucy Bonsanto Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund A. Borelli Bosler Steven Both George A. Brenner Francis W. Bresnen A. Brodowski Mrs. Helen Brooks Margaret M. Brophy Robert Brophy John Brovak John 8z Helen Brovak Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Irven L. Brown Jr. Mrs. Thomas Bruno Mr. James Bruthers Mr. Charles Bublitz Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bucchino Mr. and Mrs. Alton Buchanan Miss Margret Burchell Mrs. Edward Burke Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Burns Mrs. Sadie R. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bush James R. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Buzzi Anne M. Cahill Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Callahan 196 Louis A. Calvanelli Florence Camera Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camera Mr. and Mrs. Michael Capasso Mrs. Ethel Capewell Mrs. Fiore Caponi Anthony F. Capriotti R.P. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Carabelli Anthony Cardelli Mr. James Carella Miss Maureen Carey Jennie Carmignai Richard Carmignai 119505 Mr. Bruce A. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carroll Mrs. John Carroll Mr. and Mrs. John L. Carroll Dr. Walter C. Carroll Anna Carty Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Casey Mrs. Rose Castoro Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Catanese Mr. and Mrs. Benedetto Catarinicchia Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Cavallo Mary E. Cavallo Richard A. Cavallo Mr. and Mrs. Cebulski and Son Lucy Celentana Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ceremsak Sam Cerenzia Alex Cerrone Ella Cerrone Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cerrone Mr. James E. Chambers Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chasey Mr. and Mrs. A. Chebra Mr. and Mrs. Amadio Chiacchio Miss Charlotte Chojnowski Mr. and Mrs. Julius Chojnowski Martin Chojnowski Dave Chorba Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chorba Richard Chorba Mr. John Cibay Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cieslikowski Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cieslikowski Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cimbala and Family Mrs. Lucy Cipolloni Joe Civinski Mrs. Cleshur Mrs. Lucy Coccia Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Collins, Sr. Charles Columfar, Sr. Tim Confoy 119491 Margaret and Mary Connelly Mr. and Mrs. Morton Conner Mr. and Mrs. Edward Conrey Mr. and Mrs. James Constantine Don, Fran, Tom and John Conte Mr. John Conte Mrs. Rose Conte Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Conti Vincent J. Convery Mrs. Peg Cook Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Cooney Mrs. Helen Cooper Mr. Anthony Coppola Girard C. Corrado Pat S. Cortina Mr. and Mrs. John Costa Mr. and Mrs. Frank Costantini Joseph A. Costantino 11948J Richard Courant Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cozzolino Mrs. R. M. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Crucili Mr. ann Mrs. John P. Crucili Mr. Thomas Csapo Cathirine M. Cummings Mrs. Nella Curini Mr. Michael W. Cyrek Carol Cywinski Mr. Philip Czillich Mrs. Mary Dajczak Mr. John Dale D. S. Dalrymple Joseph DeAngelis Benjamin DeBlasio Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. DeBronzo Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. DeBronzo Mrs. L. Drake Dominick DeBronzo Mr. john DeCarlo, jr. Mr. james DeFazio H9595 Mr. and Mrs. joseph DeKis, Jr. Mary DeLapo Adriana Del Borgo john DeLorenzo Delta-Sigma-Tau-Sorority Mr. and Mrs. Donald DeMarco Louis I. DeMorotta, Sr. Louis J. DeMarotta, Sr. Louis J. DeMarotta, Sr. Louis I. DeMarotta, Sr. Louis J. DeMarotta, Sr. Louis Demiter Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Demko, Jr. Miss Kathy Demko Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Robert I Dominick DePiano Anthony DeQuinsio john Dermody Nichlos Derrico Thomas Desio, Jr. Paul DeUmberto DeVaney Mrs. E. Dewyer Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul DiCostanzo Louis E. Diehl Frank Dierdorf Bartolo DiGiorgio Salvatore DiGiorgio Mrs. Dorothy Dileo Miss Doris DiMatteo Mrs. E. DiMucci Linda DiMucci P. DiMucci P. DiMucci P. DiMucci Hans Dinger Margaret DiSalvo Mr. and Mrs. Charles DiStefano Miss Barbara Dobrowolski Ronald V. Dobrowolski Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dobrowolski Katherine Docie Richard L. Docie H9451 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Docie Mr. and Mrs. joseph Dolina Edward G. Dolton, Jr. Mary Agnes Donahue Mr. and Mrs. joseph G. Doolan Miss Margaret Doolan Oakley S. Dorian Anne Downs Edward F. Duffy Mr. and Mrs. John Dunlap Mr. Albert Durborow james Durborow Mrs. Susan Durborow Mr. and Mrs. Duritt Mr. John Dusichka Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dzieminski Mrs. john Eberst Mr. and Mrs. joseph Eckel Mr. and Mrs. Michael Eckel Miss Edith M. Egan Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Eleuteri Mr. R. E. Elias Harry Episcopo Mr. and Mrs. Attilio Esposito John Evans John P. Evans Joseph E. Evans Michael Evans Paul R. Evans Edward P. Everett Henry Faley Bruno Falvo Mrs. Ann Faras Mrs. M. M. Farley Mr. and Mrs. joseph Fato Mrs. Theresa A. Fato Mrs. Emily Fechter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fechter George L. Fechter Andy Fiz. jr. Fedorko Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Fedorko Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Fedorko Mr. and Mrs. John Fedorko Margaret Fedorko Michael A. Fedorko El Fego Bob Fiorello, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fitzpatrick Virginia Maione Flick joseph A. Folmer, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. William Forsthoffer Mr. and Mrs. Earl Francis Mr. Robert Francis Mrs. Clara Franco Phyllis A. Frascella Mrs. William A. Frascella Nina Frasher A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend Friends Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Froitzheim Charles Frouscione Joseph L. Fruscione Mr. and Mrs. George P. Galayda Paul E. Galayda Thomas A. Galayda 119605 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gallagher Dr. Louis Garber Joseph M. Gavin fl945D Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gendes, Sr. Carol Gervasoni Mrs. Dorothy Gervasoni Mrs. jean Giallella S. R. Giallella Mr. and Mrs. john GiDusko Mr. and Mrs. joseph Giesguth Henry F. Gill Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Gindhart Louis Giovannetti General Boosters Mrs. P. Giovannetti Robert Giovannetti Mrs. Anna Girman Mr. and Mrs. George Girman Mrs. Anna Goehrig William J. Goehrig Francis A. Goeke 119505 jerry Goeke Mr. and Mrs. R. Goepfert Zoryslava Gojaniuk Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gold julia Gorman Mr. and Mrs. William S. Graff Mr. Frank D. Gramas Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Granaldi Al Granello Paul Graycar Greenfield's John T. Gribbin 119395 Robert Groom 119615 Carl G. Grosse George Grove Mr. and Mrs. R. Grubb Mr. and Mrs. john Grussler Mr. and Mrs. jack Guagliardo Louis Gualfelti Mrs. Angela Guerra Mr. and Mrs. joseph Guerra Mr. and Mrs. Louis Guerra Mrs. Sue Guidotti Louis J. Gunkel 119545 Mrs. Pearl Hadala Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hahn, Sr. Scott I. Halliman Mrs. Helen Hamilton William Haney 119335 Mr. and Mrs. joseph F. Harcar Mrs. Ruth B. Harrison Frank Hartleroad Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hartz joseph Harvilla Mr. joseph A. Harvilla Mary Harvilla R. M. Hatchinsin Dr. N. E. Hatrak 198 Walter and Mary Haynes Mrs. john A. Heinrich Mr. and Mrs. john Heisler Mr. and Mrs. joseph Heisler Vincent W. Hellthaler, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hemphill Dr. Raymond Hennessey Mrs. james Higgins Mrs. Ruth Higgins Mr. Kenneth Hoeflich Dr. Charles A. Hogan Mr. Oliver C. Holmes Homeroom 4-24 Miss Ingrid Huck John Hunold Margaret E. Hunold Mrs. C. T. Hunter Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hutchinson Mr. and Mrs. john Immordino Mrs. Michael Iorio Mr. and Mrs. C. jaimeson Mrs. S. R. Iannelli Mr. and Mrs. Charles Janos Rev. Frank J. C. Janos Mr. and Mrs. John jaremback Mr. and Mrs. John Jaworski Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jenkins 8: Family Helen and Frank jones Helen juhasz Mrs. Alice Jusiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Michael Karczewski Mr. and Mrs. john Karpac Mr. and Mrs. John Kass David, Jamie, Billy and Steve Kaye Mr. and Mrs. john Kaye john Allan Kaye 119615 Dr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Kazior Mr. Edward Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kevett james M. King John S. King Mary A. King Mary E. King Mary jane King Mr. and Mrs. F. Kleindinst Joseph R. Kleiner Mrs. Joseph Koblar Robert Kocsardy Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Mr. Andrew J. Kon Mr. and Mrs. John Kolwicz dash A. Kondash, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Korchick Mr. and Mrs. john Kostrzewa Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kostrzewa Eileen M. Kostrzewski Mr. John Kovach George T. Koval Miss Barbara Kowalski Mr. and Mrs. joseph Kowalski Rev. Reynold Kow alski OFMC Rev. Anthony M. Kramarz Mr. Stanley T. Kra William Krantz Mr. William Krantz Mr. and Mrs. David Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. W. E. Krewso Andrew Krisak Mr. and Mrs. S. IDCI' Kravitz Kreis n Krysztofik, Jr. Bernard J. Krzywulak Mr. and Mrs. joseph T. Kucinski john Kucker 11961 5 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kucskar Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kurocka Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Kusmider, Sr Dr. john F. Kustrup Mary Kutarski Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Kutch Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mr. and Mrs. jules LaBella Labowski Octavins La Cross Mr. and Mrs. john Nick Lamberti and Lally Son Mrs. Yolanda Lamont Bill Landolfi Ralph Landolfi joseph Latini Dr. Sidney Lavine Mr. and Mrs. Walte Warren Leming r Lefferts Mr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leopardi Mr. and Mrs. Peter Leopardi George J. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liberto Antonette Licciardello Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lippencott Mrs. Elizabeth Loh Mr. and Mrs. George Loh Walter Lucas, Jr. Albert Lucci Mr. Joseph C. Lucci Mr. and Mrs. William Lucci Theresa Lukowicz Robert B. MacDougall Mrs. Mildred MacKenthur Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MacLaughlin Fred Magee 1l959J Cathrine M. Mahacly Helen M. Mahalsik Daniel Maida Joseph Maida Marie Mains Mr. Louis Maio Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maione Mrs. Joseph Maione Nicholos Maisto Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malloy Mr. and Mrs. John Manczak Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mangine Bernard Manning Don Marazzo Walt Mardle Joseph Mariani Settimio Marini Mrs. Bruno Marino Mr. F. A. Marta Ed Marut 119591 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Marut Mr. and Mrs. Masterson Mrs. Frank Mastripolo Mr. Al Mattaliano Eleanor Mazaikis Emily Mazaikis George Mazaikis Mrs. Claire Maziarz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McAllister Mr. and Mrs. John McCue Mr. and Mrs. James McGarigle, Sr. Miss Corinne C. McGhee Mr. and Mrs. William B. McGhee Francis L. McGuire Thomas McHale Dr. George J. McManus Mr. Gerald McMullen Mr. Neil McMullen, Jr. Mr. Neil McMullen, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Meheski, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Meltzer Frank Mentis Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meszaros Roy Metzger Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Midura Mrs. Angelo Miele Miss Mary Miele Kenneth Miers Anthony Mikolyzyh Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Milinski Mrs. Loretta Millard Al Millave Barbara J. Miller Frank B. Miller Mr. ancl Mrs. William Miller Andy Mirabelli Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Nick Montis John Monaghan Peter Montaldi Mr JamesJ Moonan, Sr. Mr and Mrs. D. Mooney Mr and Mrs. Michael J. Mooney Mr Anthony J. Moran, Jr. 119515 and Mrs. Mrazik Family 119522 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Mrazik Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mudry Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mule, Jr. Charles Mullen Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mumola Agnes Murphy Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, Sr Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mutchiga Mr. Ben Myers N. F. M. Mrs. J. Nalbone Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nardi Natalie 81 Sandy Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nitti Mrs. Ruth Nolan Mr. Joseph Norte Miss Marie Novembre Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Novembre Adam and Anne Nowicici Frank Nucera Dennis H. Ogrodnick Hattie V. Ogrodnick Sandra H. Ogrodnick Stanley E. Ogrodnick Stanley E. Ogrodnick, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Okupski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olszewski Mrs. Lottie Olszewski Miss Martha Olszewski Mrs. Mary Olszewski Barnett Osowitz Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Oswald Armand Ott Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Paccillo Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Paccillo Mrs. Mary Moran Carmen Morello Mrs. Justina Morettoni Thomas J. Morris Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mosca Dr. Harold B. Moses Mr. and Mrs. George Most Anthony J. Moran, Sr. Mrs. Josephine Paccillo Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John F. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Samuel Thomas Paccillo Pachuta Robert W. Pallett G. Palombi M. Palomdi T. Palomdi J. Pangaldi Mrs. joseph Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Scheetz General Patrons Mr. Carmen Dennis I. P Pantaleoni U95 lj aPP Julius L. Papp, jr. Mrs. Adele Pasqua Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Passerella Mr. and Mrs. Mario Passerella Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Passerella Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patarcsity Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Patchuta Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Patriarca Pat Paul Lawrence P. Penardi Mrs. Lawrence Penardi, Sr. joseph A. Peoples Mr. and Mrs. Roger Persichilli Mrs. Mildred L. Peskind Marie Petro William F. Petrone Mr. John Pe troselli Louis Anthony Petroselli Mr. and Mrs. William Petty Mrs. Edna Pierce Mrs. Louis Pieretti Peter Pierleonardi Miss Kay Pietroselli Mr. Andrew Piffat Dr. and Mrs. joseph Piffat Mr. and Mrs. joseph Piffat Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pilger Michael Pin C0 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pisanko Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Plumeri Mr. Thomas Pointon Joseph Polak Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Poli Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pollard Mr. and Mrs. joseph Potash Mr. and Mrs. D. Jane Powers Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ragazzo John A. Ragazzo John J. Ratigan Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Raymond, Miss Geraldine Rebecca Anthony Recoli, jr. Miss Helen Rehret Mr. and Mrs. David Rein Mr. and Mrs. Blace Reina Remenicky Capt. and Mrs. William E. Powers Mr. and Mrs. john Pukala Mr. and Mrs. James Puliti, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pulone Mr. and Mrs. joseph Pustae Edward Quick, jr. John james Quinn Joseph G. 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Zielinski Mr. and Mrs. Alvin john Zigrand Jr Mr. and Mrs. joseph Ziolkowski Mrs. joseph Zola joseph Zoratti Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zulla Complimenfs of AGABITI BROS. INC. 125 Swan Street S E I L E R ' S Tren1'on's Finesf Prepared Pork You Con Resf Assured Tha+ You Are Geffing +he Finesf Meolf Producfs When You Demand Them A+ Your Grocer's or Bu'rcher's JOSEPH SEILER SONS CO 129 Ashmore Avenue TRENTON. NEW JERSEY Phone: EX 3-4l 25 Congratulations Class of I 962 Compliments of ETON SHOP 5 20 East State sneer FOY'S DRUG STORE 3 E ooooooooooooooooo 5 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo SAMUEL F-RUSCIONE E MIFFLIN of TRENTON - Wholesale - E BEEF - PORK . vEAL - LAMB 8 PMNOS and ORGANS POULTRY B. PROVISIONS I 'I002 New Willow Street TRZ?:Tg.N?+::3,STI1el:EEY I Phone LYric 9-2541 poooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooo g nun Q 3 f ALBERT KORONA COMMERCIAL PRINTING CO. F U R S 681 South Broad Street 1049 S. Broad Street. Trenton. N. J. Trenton, N. J. Expm 3-1050 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0000000000000 Compliments of 598 Chestnut Ave. Trenton, N. J. A F E N D 203 DALEY Gu. COMPANY, INC. ENGINEERS and CONTRACTORS 2145 NoH'ingham Way TRENTON 9. N. J. Telephone JU 7-3200 Es+. I 904 Phone EX 3-4040 We Deliver EX 3-4954 SALAMANDRA l.lQUOsR STURE, INC. 900 Ches1'nu'l' Avenue Trenlon, New Jersey LEO V. SALAMANDRA ............,......,..,......,...,..........................,........ Presidenl' ANTHONY J. PINTO ...,...,...,.,..... V ce Presidenf 8: Secre+ary CHARLES Di FRANCO ...........,.......,. ,....................,................. T reasurer Women Shoppers Packages Placed in Your Car 20 WINEBERG'S DEPARTMENT STGRE Qualify - Service -- Low Prices 901-907 S. Broad Sf. Cor. Benny V Trenfon, N. J. ooooooocoooooooneo0oooooooooonoooooooooooooooo CALL O W 5-1454 wa si' 54' or WIS' 'DOMESTIC' Launovff I ' 31- 37-WMORRISWAAVAE. -- ....'..."'.."...'.'...".'."...."........... Cigars Tobacco Cigarcfies Pipes Candy Founhyiu SuppIIe-5 Pepcr Bqqs CLARENCE IRWIN WI1oIcsaI0 Disiribufor Own. 5 6577 325 South Clinton Ave. Treufon 9, N, J. ' H. L. SMITH Sc 81 10c STORE 509-11 Hamilton Avenue TrenIon 9. N. J. HEATH LUMBER COMPANY 1580 NO. OLDEN AVENUE EXTENSION TRENTON. NEW JERSEY EXpor1' 2-I I66 -DECKER'S DAIRY, INC. DRINK MILK lT'S BEST FOR YOU Be Sure I+'s D E C K E R' S IN TRENTON CALL EX 6-5070 206 Complimen+s of wENczELo TILE IOOlOOOlll0000000000IOCOCIIOOQCOOOOOCOOOOOO!OCCOOOllOOOCIOCIOCOOOOIIOICOOCCCOQOOOICOOOOOOOIOOIOOC ULLRICH FUNERAL HOME Helen M. Ullrich L. William Ullrich AMPLE PARKING ON PREMISES l534 Pennington Road 425 Greenwood Ave. Ewing Township Uusf DH Clin:-mn Phone OWen 5-828.l Compliments of FREY FLORIST 949 Liberty Street Trenton, N. J. DWYER BROS. Is Trenton's Headquarters for Kodaks, Students' and Art Supplies Office Supplies if H7-I I9 North Broad Street Trenton, New Jersey . 1 CllllllIIOIIOCOIOIOOOOOCOOOOOOOIQOCOCOOIOOIOOG Nonrou. FARR a. cummmes Q The Finest in Engraving and Printing 123 E. Hanover St. Trenton, N. J. Expori 2-5556 "The Party Store of Trenton Dance and Party Decorations" Compliments of E A FRI:-:ND E E DEPOSITORY FOR SCHOOL BANKING THE TRENTON SAVING FUND SOCIETY 'I23 E. STATE STREET Member F. D. I. C. pooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOO I r Insured Savings Home Financing THE UNITED SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION y of Trenton, N. J. I MAIN OFFICE EWING OFFICE 70 N. Montgomery Sf. 958 Parkway Ave. TrenI'on, N. J. IEwing Shopping Cenferi TeIephone EXporI 4-5252 Phone: JUniper 7-3I00 NOTTINGHAM SUPPLY CO. LUMBER, MILLWORK, MASON MATERIALS PAINT, HARDWARE, BUILDING SPECIALTIES 2145 Nottingham Way TrenI'on 9, New Jersey Augusf A. "Gus" Diefrich, Manager OCOOOOOOOOOQQCOCOOOCOCCQOQQOOCOOOOQQQQCQOOCOCOQO Phone CL 9-2867 Fully Insured JCE KURTZ INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTING Residen+iaI - Indusfrial - Commercial 28 CHURCH STREET AIIenI'own, N. J. 209 AULD Sz CO. INSURANCE and REALTORS 306 East State Street Trenton 8, N. J. Phone: OWen 5-5486 Compliments of C. 8z R. Waste Materials Co. Compliments of Mercer County Young Dems. oooooonoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooon Self-Service Super Market FOOD CENTER Corner of Wayne and Princeton Avenues Trenton, N. J. Phone: EX 3-0093 Free Delivery 210 Compliments of BILL BLACKWELL EX 4-8111 SIEGEL'S PHARMACY 1201 S. Broad, Cor. Liberty St. Trenton, N. J. JOHN J. FTITYERE, R.Ph. OOOOIOIIOOOOOIIOOIOCOOOCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCQ ROBBINSVILLE HOTEL Robbinsville, N. J. ERNEST C. PALSHO, Prop. oooooooooooouoooooooooooooooooonooooooonoool Compliments of PURITAN-MEADOWBROOK DAIRY GEORGE DICKSON'S SONS PLUMBING - HEATING 625 CHAMBERS STREET enfon IO, N. J. Phone: EX 2--I443 Compliments of LUBIK OLDSMOBILE and RAMBLER Route 130 Bordentown, N. J. Photo Finishing - Black Sz White Sz Color Phone: EX 3-5333 RELIABLE PHOTO SERVICE Films - Flash Bulbs - Photo Supplies Dayton and Howell Streets Trenton 10, N. J. JOSEPH G. ANGEBRANNDT OIOOOOIOOOOOOOOOCCOOOOOCCCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOIOOOOI O Gifts for Every Occasion Also Toys - Wearing Apparel Kay's Gift 8z Shopping Center Sycamore Hill on Mirror Lake Brown's Mills, N. J. C. M. STULL, Prop. 00000000 0000000000 Compliments of Crecco's Bar 8z Restaurant 273 Morris Avenue 212 Tired of Doing It Yourself? Try Our Laundry - Dry Cleaning - Rug Services SHIRTS 200, Cash and Carry 207 DISCOUNT For Cash and Carry HOME LAUNDRY 714 Remsen Avenue, opp. Franklin Park Plenty of Phone: EX 6-8402 Free Parking Phone 2-8136 l Martin Angebranndt 8z Sons PAPERHANGERS and DECORATORS 439 Emory Avenue Trenton, N. J. WALTER H. SCHULTZ sALEs and sERv1cE LARK '62 16-20 Passaic Street Trenton, N. J. EX 6-1541 Cocco Bros. Anthony R. Cocco 1223 S. 15th St. 333 Chambers St. Philadelphia 46, Pa. Trenton, N. J. DEwey 4-3816 JOHN R. COCCO, INC. Manufacturers of Orthopedic and Prosthetic Appliances FRANK PORCELLI Gm SONS CONTRACTORS Concrete - Grading - Excavating 131 Anderson Street Trenton 10, N. J ?atlaer Karron XX 2l4 TED MAYO'S SUNSET VIEW INN Pemberton Road Browns Mills, N. J. ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY The Kiernan School of Ballet 10 North Stockton Street Graded Syllabus in the Classical Ballet FRANCIS KIERNAN, Director For Appointment Call EX 2-6414 EX 6-1683 Compliments of TAU GAMMA ALPHA FRATERNITY of TRENTON JUNIOR COLLEGE Phone: OWen 5-6210 PHILLIPS Sz GODSHALK C0 PRINTERS Letterpress - Offset 215 Perry Street Trenton, N . J. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Cfcm 0 1962 MR. and MRS. JOHN KOTKIEWIEZ Telephone 3-6330 Telephone Orders to Take Out OWen 5-9840 Closed Mondays J. LAVINARO Tailoring - Cleaning - Pressing MARSILIO'S KITCHEN Specializing in Italian Foods FURS and FUR COATS REMODELED 541 Roebling Avenue fnear Chestnutj 101 Emory Avenue Trenton, N, J , Trenton 10, N. J. The Finest in Beauty Care For the Discriminating Woman Best Wishes to All THE SENIORS S Julia 81 Grace Beauty Shop in the Future! E . 319 West Hanover Street 5 Trenton 8, N. J. JOSEPH T. TUCCELLO, JR. 3 2 Specialists in Hair Shaping, I E Styling and Permanent Waving l . 1 8 OOIOOOOOIOOOOOOO Q 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 ' 1 P 1 Phone: EX 4-5790 2 l 8 "Finest Quality Clothing and Shoes FELIX FORCONI Sz SON E FOI' Men and BOYS-" l 0 ' O McGregor Sportswear and Outerwear FOOD SUPPLIES E O Manhattan Sportshirts and Dress Shirts y u Q O Bostonian and Mansfield Shoes 1 Pretzels - Prize Potato Chips - Mustard 5 O Timely Suits Relish - Pickles - Olives - Pigs' Feet 3 ' Pufltan SD01'tSWea1' Knuckles E 114115 Hamilton Avenue 1105 Revere Avenue g Trenton 9, N. J. Phone: EX 2-2993 Trenton 9, N. J. E Store Hours 9 to 9 fincl. Saturdayj 0 Ooionocllnilollolollnlooo 5 00000000OQOOOOOOOCOOOQOOQQOOOOQQQQOOOOOOQOQOQQ4 . . 5 BUXTON'S PURITAN DAIRY ' EDWARD J. DOURESS P t ' d M'lk d C as eurize 1 an ream Q FUNERAL DIRECTOR Dairy Products 6 upurity A Surety, 8 325 Centre Street TWinoaks 6-0163 or 'rwineeks 6-0188 Trenton' N' J' R. F. D. 1, Trenton. N. J. Export 4-5545 216 Phone: EX 2-4492 DELITE BAKERY Full Line of Cakes, Pastry and Rolls Specializing in WEDDING and BIRTHDAY CAKES 902 Princeton Avenue Trenton, N. J. SINCE i889 KE RNS BEVERAGES E ,ig , ly T' ll bu I Ill STOY'S DAIRYLAND 1660 North Olden Avenue MAKERS OF THE RICH VELVETY ICE CREAM MILK PRODUCTS Featuring Milk in Gallon and Half-Gallon Bottles RETAIL STORE HOME DELIVERY TU 3-2131 Compliments of ST. JOACHIM'S HOLY NAME SOCIETY "HONOR HIS HOLY NAME" 7 LEWIS FELCONE Phone 2-7616 By Appointment Only ANN Sz MARY'S REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE BEAUTY SALON EWING MANOR MARY MARKS' 234 West Upper Ferry Road FOOD of DISTINCTION Phone: TU 2-9800 LEO ROSSI BAKING CO. Stockton and Hanover Streets Trenton, N. J. Congratulations CLASS OF '62 ROSE and GEORGE MCCANN 218 'OOO I I O O I I I O O I O 5 O E I 5 O O I i O 5 O 5 5. ANN M. DO-NAHOE 332 Centre Street Trenton 10, N. J. N AMI BROS. State Highway No. 33 Trenton, N. J. Excavating and Demolition Contractors Compliments of ANDREW'S BARBER SHOP 163 East Front Street V...... Phone: OWen 5-9534 De Lorenzo's Tomato Pies All Our Pies Baked in Coke Oven 530 Hudson Street Trenton, N . J. MCCAFFERTY FORD OF TRENTON 2645 SOUTH BROAD STREET Trenton, New Jersey 1 W 1 A SALES SERVICE Open Every Evening Until 10:00 P.M. PHONE EX 2-6161 L000000000 00000000 Compliments of HOLY CROSS PARISH PASTOR RT. REV. MSGR. F. A. KASPROWICZ ASSISTAN TS REV. ANTHONY KRAMARZ REV. JOHN SZYMAN SKI BEAUTY LANE BEAUTY SHOP Pennington and Lawrenceville Road Bartolini Bar 8: Liquor Store, Inc. 931 Chambers Street Trenton, N. J. Phones: STORE EX 3-7951 BAR EX 2-9873 REST. OW 5-9039 Crescent Sportswear, Inc. Bordentown, N. J. 00000000 000000000000 NATIONAL FUEL CO. Coal - Fuel Oil - Coke - Oil Burners 1287 Princeton Avenue Trenton 8, N. J. Complete Heating Systems, Insallation and Service For Courteous Service Phone 220 EXport 6-9421 or EXport 6-9273 Chambers Funeral Home 825 Chambers Street Trenton, N. J. JOSEPH J. MAZZOLA, Mgr. JOPKO'S "66" SERVICE STATION 500 John Fitch Way Trenton, N. J. Phone: EX 2-9435 000000000000000000 0000 Phone: 298-9786 Closed Monday PARKSIDE INN EXCELLENT DINNERS Served from 5-9 P.M. Sundays 1 P.M.-8:30 P.M. Route 206 Bordentown 0000000000 00000000 JOHN'S SHOE REPAIR Expert Craftsman in SKI BOOTS and ORTHOPEDIC SHOES 4 John St. 66 Witherspoon St. WA 4-2671 WA 4-5596 Princeton, N. J. ST. STANISLAUS CHURCH FATHER CLEMENT O F M CONV FATHER IGNATIUS O F M CONV FATHER GERARD O F M CONV WHITE HORSE ACADEMY "Where the Nicest People Bowl." 64 Fully Automatic Bowling Lanes STARTING NEW LEAGUES FOR BEGINNERS AND LOW AVERAGE MEN and LADIES and CHILDREN Openings for Teams and Individuals CHILDREN 10 YEARS Every Afternoon and Saturday and Sunday Morning Call EXport 4-5492 or stop in For Information and Applications "AMOCO" Napoleon's Servicenter "Where Your Car Receives Personal Attention" WRECKER and PLOWING SERVICE TUXedo 2-1824 Pennington Road and Olden Avenue Trenton, N. J. CAPORUSSO STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS Candid - Weddings - Children's Photos EX 3-1334 2060 South Broad Street Trenton 10, N. J. Italian People's Bakery, Inc. Fresh Bread and Rolls 24 Hours Daily We Deliver 63 Butler Street 8 Trenton, N. J. 8 Phone: EX 4-8950 3 ooo ooooooool Maruca's Tasty Tomato Pies SPAGHETTI - STEAKS - RAVIOLI FISH and CHIPS 119 South Olden Avenue Trenton, N. J. and Seaside Park N. J. Phone EX 6-8692 Orders to GO Out Angelo Scozzaro Garage Gas - Greasing - Oil - Motor Repairing 790 Chambers Street Trenton 10, N. J. a- ' .- OWen 5-5754 ROMA SAVINGS 8z LOAN ASSOCIATION 249 Hamilton Avenue Trenton 10, N. J. INSURED SAVINGS CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE 32? 222 SHARLIN BROS. HOUSE OF LIGHTING 116 North Broad Street Trenton, N. J. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOCOICIIOOOOOOOOOIOOOCOCOOOOOOU Phone: EXpOrt 6-2993 RAYVON STUDIO PORTRAIT 8: WEDDING SPECIALISTS 839 Chambers Street Trenton 10, N. J. SCHEIDELER'S MARKETS Harry A. Scheideler, Prop. TELEPHONE and DELIVERY SERVICE Phone: OW 5-9176 AA Prime Meats and Groceries Complete Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Departments Fine Selection of Frozen Foods HERMITAGE SUPER MARKET 48 North Hermitage Avenue A Complete Market - Real Savings - Cash and Carry STATE FOOD STORE 129 North Broad Street GROCERY DEPARTMENT CARTERET ARMS SUPERETTE 333 West State Street While in town pick out your groceries and have them delivered. These are independent home owned markets. The gateway to opportunity. The right of every man to engage in business for himself. Help to preserve that right by trading at these independent home owned markets. Every purchase means a boost for your community - our community. Free Parking CStrand Theatre! While Shopping on Hermitage Avenue Goodnoe Farm Dairy Bar., Inc. Our Own Make Ice Cream Lunches - Dinners - Snacks Intersection Routes 413 and 532 Newtown, Pa. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooo Fiorelli Travel Service CONSULTANTS IN TRAVEL U. S. A. - AIR-SHIPS - EUROPE YELLOW CAB CO., INC. OF TRENTON, NEW JERSEY TELEPHONE: EXport 6-8181 PROMPT SERVICE Every Driver An Escort OOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOCO Compliments of COLEMAN BUICK CO.. INC. 1060 Spruce Street Trenton, N. J. BUICK - OPEL - SAAB - Select Used Cars - 224 OOfOOOO WHITE HORSE MOLD SHOP 1011 Southard Street Trenton 8, N. J. Phone: EX 6-4262 BRUNO GIULIARI Contracting - Plastering PLASTER PAYS Quality - Protection -Beauty Craftsmanship ..... ....................................... ..4 Hours I0 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sat. I0 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Closed Mondays TINA'S BRIDAL SHOP Everything For The Bride t FORMALS - COCKTAIL DRESSES 1415 Chambers Street Trenton, N. J. For Appointment Call EX 3-bl I9 In Memory of FATHER COLUMBAN Blessed Sacrament Altar-Rosary Society Faculty Member 1942-1948g 1949-1955 Died August 16, 1955 Congra+ula+ions To All Members of T. C. "62 " from TONY KALL'S BAR Gu. GRILL 150 E. Fron'I' S1'ree'I' Trenfon, New Jersey 225 Complimen+s of IMMACULATE CDNCEPTIDN PARISH VERY REV. DANIEL LYONS, O.F.M. Conv. REV. VALERIAN GONDEK, O.F.M. Conv. REV. CHRYSOSTOM GARDEN, O.F.M. Conv. REV. CAMILLUS MURRAY, O.F.M. Conv. Expert Workmanship Call for Estimate Palmieri Floor Covering, Inc. inlaid Linoleum - Formica Tops Asphalt Rubber 8: Plastic Tile Rugs, Carpets, Venefian Blinds 1356 South Broad Street Phone EXpor+ 2-4857 Trenton IO, N. J. Pill0000000000COOOOIIOOCOOIOCOOCOOCCOIOOIIOOOO i i Consumers Oil Corporation 421 John Fitch Way Distributors Phillips 66 Gasoline Domestic and Industrial Fuel Oil Phone: EX 4-5353 COHEN'S TUXEDO PARLOR 7 KYANIZE FABULON Bensen's Dutch Boy Paints 821 South Broad Street MURPHY'S SAPOLIN ANNA C. FAHERTY REALTOR 5 Wakefield Drive Trenton, N. J. Phone: TU 2-4333 "Suburban and Residential Homes are our specialty." C.ff..OUCC"".."...Cl..'.'.'l.'.."'l""'.CCC Compliments ot FLEMINGTON CUT-GLASS CC. Visitors Welcome Founded I'-708 FLEMINGTON, N. J. KILBOURNE 8z DONAHUE Class Rings - Club Pins Medals - Cups and Trophies Catalogue on Request Cherry Hill Road Princeton, N. J. .Qf....'.'."..'.......fffffff'.'.'....."..... Phone JUniper 7-l5l I Self Service Liquor Store CEDAR GARDEN RESTAURANT, INC. BAR AND GRILL Accommodations tor Weddings, Banquets and Parties ,Route 33 Hamilton Sq., N. J. enb st tte mf.. Zformi :55E55555fiEZE5f5i:. " C . gggsfgaqfagf milk - - - :..4..1... ,,.,,..,,.......:: s fi: 'll' bu' known 75'ora'e1z-Glsfawa THE BORDEN C0- fggsi ' Ffh iiiiffil '1i: fig' 52' TR ENT ON, NJ. Best Wishes New Colonial Bowling Lanes 2420 Brunswick Avenue Trenton 8, N. J. Phone: TU 2-7700 Member BPAA Congratulations to the Graduates of 1962 TRENTON WINE COMPANY Americo P. Ricciani 9 BODNAR'S SERVICE STATION TIRE cf RECAPPING SERVICE Cor. Hudson Cr S. Clinton Trenton, N. J. Amoco , . Expert Products 23 Years Experience Lubrication Complete Automotive Service TIRES - TUBES - BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES HEROY TEA STORE Tea and CoFFee Specialisis Twining's Famous Teas 155 No. Broad Street Trenfon, New Jersey Phone: EX 6-9295 HYGRADE PRETZEL EXC. Tamron. NEW JERSEY Phone: EX 4-5 I 53 .'.....". '..". Phone: OWen 5-9638 Air-Condiiioned HUDSON GARDEN . , Choice Wine - Liquors - Beer Toma+o Pies - Hof Pia++ers Torpedo Sandwiches - Sea Foods 419 Hudson Street Trenfon, New Jersey 'QCIII'OOOllllllllIOllIIOIOICCCIIIOCCOOCOIOOOOIY Phone: EX 3-4093 l STEINEL PHARMACY JOHN M. HIGHAM, Prop. Hamilfon Avenue ai' Souih Olden Avenue TRENTON. NEW JERSEY Compliments of ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL Trenton, New Jersey RT. REV. MSGR. JOHN E. GRIMES, Pastor CITY BEEF CO. INC. 246 NO. WILLOW STREET Trenfon 8, N. J. Phone: EX 2-I492 TRY US FOR YOUR FREEZER NEEDS Renial-Service of All Heavy Equipmenf WILLIAM H. COURTNEY 81 SON, INC. EXCAVATING CONTRACTOR 2161 NOTTINGHAM WAY Trenion 9, New Jersey Phone JUniper 722995 AAA Member - Superior Courts SANDMAN MOTOR LODGE fAt Exit 7, N. J. Turnpikel ROUTE 206 BORDENTOWN, N. J. Air-Conditioned - Room Phones - Free TV Restaurant and Banquet Facilities Telephone 298-3700 Compliments ot A F R I E N D NATIONAL FUEL COMPANY Coal - Fuel Oil - Coke - Oil Burners - Installations 'I287 PRINCETON AVENUE Trenton 8 New Jersey Export 6-9273 234 FLYING 1 mg Hmmm' WALIIER'S FLYING "II" SERVICE 4I2 Brunswick Avenue Trenton 3, New Jersey Phone: 0Wen 5-9692 TED WALKER STANLEY'S SERVICE STATION BROAD and DAYTON STREETS Trenton New Jersey Tires - Batteries and Accessories Sinclair Products OOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO COLONIAL LANES Rt. 38. Mt. Holly. N. J. HOME OF THE MT. HOLLY Holy Name Society Bowling Leagues and CYO Leagues 32 Automatic Brunswick Pin Setters AM 7-5050 Zenith Norge Home Electronic Home Appliances Products STANLEY RADIO 81 ELECTRONICS 841 So. Broad Street TRENTON IO, N. J. Marine Radio 8: Anthony S. Rura Electronic Equipment Phone EX 6-9030 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI Phone: TUxecIo 2-0303 LAMBERTVILLE an 160995 'E , Z ASNINGTONS CROSSING 2 LANDWEHRS Ns ANDWEHRS X ff- ',? For the Best in Food and Cocktails an ' me fm . . RIVER ROAD 1 1- , Trenton New Jersey ,,,,S,0L. 5 , i ' BURLINGTOP A. F. CONTE, President DISTRIBUTORS OF Pefroleum Producfs my wer ATA 221' 1 3J'fil3f27' wi.. 1535-7'9iwk:fLK.,l5 M For Home Heahng and lndusfnal Use Unleaded Whrl'e Gas TRENTON Oll COMPANY. INC. 'LAMBERTON ROAD Phone: OW 5-6318 Trenton, New Jersey nanonnnoooocannonoooooonoooonooooneoonoononenoonoooonnnnuuoonoonoooooooo TRENTON CATHOLIC P. T. A. Compliments of THE THIRD ORDER OF SAINT FRANCIS SAINT THOMAS MORE FRATERNITY FATHER SIMON MOHR, O.F.M., Conv Moderator Wifh Besf Wishes for Fufure Success fo THE GRADUATE CLASS OF 1962 MANNING'S WAYSIDE FURNITURE SHOP 2255 LAWRENCE ROAD Trenton New Jersey A HERMAN SPIEGEL Fine Furnifure 33-45 MARKET STREET Trenton TO New Jersey Phone: OWen 5-5444 HERMAN SPlEGEL'S MODERN MANOR 102 WEST STATE STREET Trenton 8 New Jersey Phone: EXpor'r 6-6654 TRADE MARK 6.1115 r-51175 '-.-,-.f- OIR, aofumc co. Tamron, Nllj, 1-x..5,,5 f-s..g,,N BEVEHAG FOR "AULD LANG SYNE" "Mother" Harcar Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Frank Black Thomas Begley Charles Butercl Michael Coppola Anthony Caracciolo Thomas Carroll William Chesner John Coletti Joseph Drift John Gallagher George Galayda Anthony Granaldi Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Frank Gazzillo Andrew Harcar John Kurtz John Kosztyu Joseph Piffat Thomas Phelan Nicholas Persichetti John Sopko Robert Sutcliff Joseph Thiel Thomas Vanisko Alexander Zamerowski "AlUMNI MOTHERS" Thru Life In Thoughfs ln Words In Deeds Our Hearfs Are Always There TOM PETTY, '54 JIM PETTY, '59 239 40 comrumsnrs or FATHERS' CLUB IN MEMORY OF MY GRAND-PARENTS BE WISE DEMAND Wm Pafala Giulpfx msn B. un CESARE'S Quality Meats 200 HAMILTON AVENUE Phone: EX 3-4141 IBEIIFIICIIL I IIIIAIICE ' BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. OF LAVVQENCE 2 aRuNsw:cK CIRCLE EXTENSION ON , w JERSE STANLEY J. HOFFMAN MANAGER E 411 242 PETRY EXPRESS 8. STORAGE COMPANY Trenton's Oldest and Largest Moving and Storage Company Established in 1904 Stockholder Agent Allied Van Lines FOR NATIONWIDE AND INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS OFFICE FURNISHINGS, ETC. PHONES TUX O 2 9764 TIJXE O 2 6743 MARROE INN, Inc. LUNCHEONMDINNERS JOSEPH L. CORRIDONI, P ES BRUNSWICK PIKE SAM PEYER. SEC.-TREAS TRENTON 8. NEW .JERSEY llOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOQO 1 1 DELAHANTY'S PHARMACY 1 State Street, at Chambers I I Trenton, N. J. I George A. Smith, Pharmacist "THE REXALL STORE" 1200 Chestnut Ave. at So. Clinton Trenton, N. J. Phone EX 3-4747 Home of Mercer Newest and FAMILY TION CENTER Bowlin 9 9 Yearsj ROAD Trenton Jersey TUxedo 2-0221 000000000Ill0000000OIOOOOOOOOOOIOIOOOllllllllll R. E. CARROLL. INC. M. WILLIAM MURPHY FUNERAL HOME HENRY B. MURPHY, Director Est. 1870 149 NORTH WARREN STREET llllllllllllllIIllllII.CCOOOCOCCIOCOCCOOIOOOQIII "New Jersey's Largest Lark DeaIer" c - IJ morons Factory Authorized Sales - Service LARK - HARK By Studebaker 1721 N. OLDEN AVENUE Trenton New Jersey TU 3-2100 243 Compliments of NOTTINGHAM PHARMACY "Quality and Service" Phones: JU 6-3400 ancl JU 6-340l 25 George Dye Road Between Nottingham Way and Route 33 Hamilton Square, N. J. Harold C. Bloomberg, Rg. Ph. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Phone: EX 3-2438 ERNEST GIANCOLA Asphalt and Concrete Work Asphalt Sealer Crush Stone and Free Estimates 26 E. INGHAM AVENUE Trenton New Jersey DON YOUNG'S 1651 NORTH OLDEN AVENUE Phone: TU 3-2360 Compliments of DON YOUNG and DON OTTANNICK OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HERMAN FINK 81 SONS FLORISTS 767 BRUNSWICK AVENUE Trenton New Jersey OW 5-5441 Remember Us For Corsages i 244 DOROTHY LEE FLOWER SHOP 601 Edgewood Avenue Trenton 8, N. J. Mrs. Eva R. Blake Telephone President EXport 2-5I I6 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Compliments of PEQUINS FROZEN FOODS ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Gbxfurh Svhnp Trenton's Leading Outfitters for BOYS and YOUNG MEN Features BOTANY - Suits, Sport Coats and Slacks T20 S. BROAD STREET Trenton New Jersey Free Parking For Our Customers ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooJ To Buy - To Sell - To lnsure CALL G. T. DOOLAN, Realtors 32 NORTH HERMITAGE AVENUE Trenton New Jersey EX 4-1131 FOWLER - THORNE CO. Appraisers - Builclers - Engineers 211 N. MONTGOMERY STREET TRENTON 8 NEW JERSEY Phone: EX 6-8080 COMPLIMENTS OF THE TRENTON CATHOLIC LIBRARY CAPITOL CITY ALUMINUM PRODUCTS CO. O Combinafion Siorm Windows 0 Venelian Blinds 8: Doors 0 Window Shades 0 Aluminum Awnings 0 Jalousies 0 Curiain Rodding JU 7-3653 407 RUTGERS AVENUE Trenfon 90, N. J. MICHALCZYN BROS. 25 Compliments of ST. MARIE CLEANERS OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Compliments of JOHN CARROLL CLUB Phone OW 5-95l3 DWYER'S FLYING 'A' SERVICE TIRES - BATTERIES . ACCESSORIES WASHING - GREASING - TUNE-UP Clinton 81 Whittaker Aves. Trenton, N. J. FREE DOOR AND AWARD PRIZES Valued at 54.50 each Call EXporl' 2-4926 HARRY'S SUPPLY CO.. INC. 326 S. Broad St., Trenton. N. J. lOpposi+e Sacred Heart Churchl PARTY SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS "Use Our Complete Rental Service" 246 POLISH FALCON'S NO. 59 1002-12 N. OLDEN AVENUE Trenton New Jersey "Polka Home of Trenton" "Trenton's Kosciusko Monument" ALBERT A. LEOPARDI Phone: EX 6-3477 Hours: 8 A.M. - 8 P.M.-Monday to Saturday SAMUEL PETRANTO Barber and Beauty Supply Co Distributor of Lamaur Beauty Products 235 N. BROAD STREET Trenton New Jersey 7675 MAPLE AVE. MERCHANTVILLE, NEW JERSEY PHONE: NO RMANDY 5-3400 INDEX A PAGE PAGE COCCO, JOHN R. 212 AGABITI BROS., INC. 202 C0HEN'S TUXEDO 225 AGANS, FRED F, 228 COLEMAN BUICK CO., INC. 224 ALUMNI MQTHERS 239 COLONIAL BOWLING LANES, TREN. 229 AMORQSO FLOWER SHQPS 205 COLONIAL BOWLING LANES, RT. 38 234 ANGEBRANNDT gl SDNS 212 COMMERCIAL PRINTING CO. 203 ANN 81 MARY'S BEAUTY SALON 218 CONSUMERS OIL CORPORATION 225 ARTIC ICE CREAM 202 COURTNEY, WILLIAM H. 81 SON 233 AULD 81 CO. INSURANCE REALTORS 210 CRECCW5 CAFE 212 CRESCENT SPORTSWEAR, INC. 220 CURTIS BOWLING ACADEMY, INC. 243 B BARRON, FATHER 213 D BARTOLINI BAR AND LIQUOR STORE 220 DALEY gf C0,, INC, 204. BEAUTY LANE, BEAUTY SHOP 220 DECKER95 DAIRY, INC, 206 BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. 242 DELAHANTYQS PHARMACY 24.2 BENSEN'S DUTCH BOY PAINT 228 DELITE BAKERY 217 BERBON'S CAFE 231 DE LORENZO'S TOMATO PIES 218 BLACKWELL, BILL 210 DICKSON'S 81 SONS, GEORGE 211 BLESSED SACRAMENT ALTAR DI MANNO, FRANK P, 203 ROSARY SUCIETY 227 DOOLAN, G. T., REALTORS 244 BLUNT'S, INC- 229 DOURESS, EDWARD J., FUNERAL BODNAR'S SERVICE STATION 230 DIR, 216 BORDEN-CASTANEA 228 DWYER BROS, 203 BROAD STREET NATIONAL BANK 232 DWYERVS FLYING NAv SERVICE 246 BUDNEY'S TIRE RECAPPING 206 BUXTON'S PURITY DAIRY 216 E ETON SHOP 203 C EWING MANOR 218 C-D MOTORS 243 F C 81 R WASTE MATERIALS CO. 210 CAPITAL SPORTING GOODS 205 FAHERTY, ANNA C., REALTOR 228 CAPITOL CITY VENETIAN BLINDS 245 FELCONE, LEWIS 218 CAPORUSSO STUDIO 222 FINEBURGS' 231 CARROLL, JOHN, CLUB 246 FINK,HERMAN 81 SONS 244 CARROLL, INC., R. E. 243 FIORELLI TRAVEL SERVICE 224 CEDAR GARDEN RESTAURANT, INC. 228 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CESARE'S QUALITY MEATS 242 CRANBURY 238 CHAMBERS FUNERAL HOME 220 FLEMINGTON CUT-GLASS CO. 228 CHESTNUT OPTICAL CO. 233 FOOD CENTER 210 CIRCLE BOWLING LANES 208 FORCONI FELIX, FOOD SUPPLIES 216 CITY BEEF CO. 233 FOWLER-THORE CO. 245 CLARICI FOOD STORE 203 FOY'S DRUG STORE 203 48 PAGE FREY FLORIST 208 FRUSCIONE, SAMUEL, GROCER 203 G GIANCOLA, ERNEST 244 GIULIARI, BRUNO 224 GOODNOE, FARM 224 GRIFFITH ELECTRIC CO., INC. 202 H HANEY'S PAINT CENTER 231 HARRY'S SUPPLY CO. 246 HEATH LUMBER CO. 206 HEROY TEA STORE 231 HOLY CROSS PARISH 219 HOME LAUNDRY 212 HORAN'S DRUG STORE 208 HUB CITY DISTR., INC. 208 HUDSON GARDEN RESTAURANT 231 HYGRADE PRETZEL, EXC. 231 I IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, P.T.A. 208 IMMACULATE CONCEPTION PARISH 226 IRWIN, CLARENCE 205 ITALIAN PEOPLE'S BAKERY, INC. 222 J JOHN'S SHOE REPAIR 220 .IOPKOQS 4666" SERVICE STATION 220 JULIA Sr GRACE BEAUTY SHOP 216 K KALL'S TONY., BAR 81 GRILL 225 KAY'S GIFT 81 SHOPPING CENTER 212 KERNS SOFT DRINKS 217 KIERNAN SCHOOL OF BALLET 214 KILBOURNE AND DONAHUE 228 KORONA, ALBERT, FURS 203 KOTKIEWICZ, MR. 8K MRS. JOHN 215 KURTZ, JOE 209 L LANDWEHRS 234 LAVINARO, J. 216 LEE, DOROTHY FLOWER SHOP 244 LEOPARDI, ALBERT A. 246 LUBIK OLDSMOBILE M MANNING,S WAYSIDE FURNITURE MARROE INN'S INC. MARSILIO'S KITCHEN MARUCA'S PIES MAYO'S, TED McCAFFERTY FORD OF TRENTON McCANN, ROSE 8m GEORGE McGRORY, R. F., CO. MEADOWBROOK DAIRY, INC. MERCER COUNTY YOUNG DEMS MIFFLIN OF TRENTON MOYERS PHOTO SHOP MURPHY FUNERAL HOME N NAMI BROS. NAPOLEON'S SERVICE CENTER NATIONAL FUEL COMPANY NICHOLS, G. EARL ASSOCIATES NORTON, FARR 8: CUMMINGS NOTTINGHAM PHARMACY NOTTINGHAM SUPPLY CO. O O. K. BOTTLING CO. OLD BOROUGH SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSN. OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL OXFORD SHOP P PALMER TROUT, INC. PALMIERI FLOOR COVERING, INC. PARAMOUNT BAKERY PARKSIDE INN PAUL'S SINCLAIR STATION PEQUINS FROZEN FOOD PETTY, TOM Sz JIM PETRANTO, SAMUEL, BARBER SUPPLIES PETRY EXPRESS 8a STORAGE CO. PHILLIPS 8: GODSHALK CO. POLISH FALCON .1159 PORCELLI, FRANK Sz SONS, CONTRACTORS PAGE 2 12 238 242 216 222 214 219 218 224 210 210 203 208 243 218 222 220 247 208 244 209 238 205 239 244 205 225 242 220 246 244 239 246 242 214 246 213 249 PRIOR TYPEWRITER CO. R RABEL, ANDREW RAYVON STUDIO REALIABLE PHOTO SERVICE REXALL STORE ROBBINSVILLE HOTEL ROMA SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSN. ROMAN HALL BAR 8: RESTAURANT ROSSI, LEO BAKING CO. S ST. JOACHIM'S HOLY NAME ST. MARIE CLEANERS ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL ST. STANISLAUS CHURCH SALAMANDRA DOMESTIC LAUNDRY SALAMANDRA LIQUOR STORE SANDMAN MOTOR LODGE SCHEIDELER'S MARKETS SCHULTZ, WALTER H., SALES 8: SERVICE SCOZZARO, ANGELO SEILER SONS, JOSEPH, CO. SHARLIN BROS. SIEGELIS PHARMACY SMITH, H. L. 5 81 10 STORE SPIEGEL, HERMAN, FURNITURE ST AGG SHOP STANLEY RADIO 8a ELECTRONICS STANLEY'S SERVICE STATION STARR TRANSIT CO., INC. STEINEL PHARMACY STOYIS DAIRY, INC. 250 PAGE 206 218 222 212 242 210 222 228 218 217 246 232 221 205 204 234. 223 212 222 202 222 210 205 238 216 234 234 229 231 217 T T AU, GAMMA, ALPHA FRATERNITY TINA'S BRIDAL SHOP TRENTON CATHOLIC FATHERS, CLUB TRENTON CATHOLIC LIBRARY TRENTON CATHOLIC P.T.A. T RENTON CATHOLIC STUDENT COUNCIL TRENTON CATHOLIC THIRD ORDER T RENTON JUNIOR COLLEGE TRENTON OIL CO., INC. TRENTON SAVINGS FUND SOCIETY TRENTON TRUST CO. TRENTON WINE CO. TRIONFETTPS CLUB , TUCCELLO, JOSEPH T., JR. U ULLRICH FUNERAL HOME UNITED SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSN. W WALKER'S FLYING HAI' SERVICE WEATHER SEAL OF TRENTON WENCZEL TILE CO. WHITE HORSE ACADEMY WHITE HORSE MOLD SHOP WINEBERG'S DEPARTMENT STORE WISE POTATO CHIPS WITTEKIND, LOUIS E. 81 SON Y YELLOW CAB. CO. YOUNG'S, DON PAGE 214 224 240 245 236 235 237 231 236 209 21 1 229 242 216 207 209 234 233 207 221 224 205 241 239 224 244 1 1 1 1 Q1 I 1


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