University of St Joseph - Epilogue Yearbook (West Hartford, CT)

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WE CARRY WITH US THE CONVICTION THAT THE CATHOLIC PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE, SO ZEALOUSLY NOURISHED WITHIN THESE WALLS, WILL BE OUR GREAT WEAPON AGAINST THE FORCES OF EVIL AND MISERY WHICH SURROUND US. IT IS OUR SINCEREST HOPE THAT WE SHALL ALWAYS CHERISH THESE TRUTHS, PRINCIPLES, AND IDEALS AS THE ONLYI MEANS OF OUR ULTIMATE HAPPINESS. be " -.M 'fqrf - -sa .,-,ef .rw I: . -C'- ,- c '.- fit' 1' K, IN COMMEMORATION of the visit of His Holiness, Pope Pius XII to Saint Joseph College as Cardinal Paeelli, October 1936 'fs if .5 3 ,L Q ss, I 'S' - .4wx.g EXECUTIVE OFFICERS President REVEREND MOTHER MARY BENEDICT Vice-President and Secretary MOTHER MARY RINALDO Treasurer MOTHER MARY ANGELINE OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION Dean SISTER MARY ROSA, PH.D. Registrar SISTER MARY CONSILIA, PH.D. Bursar SISTER MARY JOSEPH MARK, B.S. Librarian SISTER MARIE CELINE, B.A., B.S. Dietitian NAOMI GILL, B.S. Nurse ESTHER SMITH, R.N. ' ,E ff' "Q-515 . , ' A. 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Father Miller, Dr. Langan, Dr. Rommen, Mr. Cacase, Dr. Hirsh, Father Teulings, Mr. Quinlan, Father Hayes. SISTER MARY AGATHAQ History, B.A., 1923, Catholic University, M.A., 1929, Fordham University. AGNES AHERN, French, B.A., 1906, Smith College, M.A., 1929, Columbia University, University of Paris. SISTER MARIA ANCILLA, English, B.A., 1912, College of New Rochelle, M.A., 1929, Fordham University. JAMES BARRON5 Mathematics, B.S., 1926, University of Minnesota, M.S., 1932, University of Wisconsin, Ph.D., 1934, University of Wisconsin. SISTER MARIA BENIGNAQ Biology, B.S., 1935, Catholic University, Ph.D., 1938, Catholic University. MARGARET CALLAGHANQ Sociology, B.A., 1925, College of New Rochelle, M.A., 1927, Fordham University School of Social Service, Columbia, 1930. SISTER MARIE CELINE, Librarian, B.A., 1935, Catholic University, B.S., Li- ' brary Science, 1936, Columbia University. SISTER MARY CONSILIAQ Chemistry, B.A., 1933, Catholic University, Ph.D., 1936, Catholic University. SISTER MARY CONSUELAQ Biology, B.A., 1929, Catholic University, M.S., 1934, Catholic University. SISTER MARY DE LOURDESQ Child Psychology, B.A., 1934, Catholic University, M.A., 1935, Columbia University. NAOMI GILLQ Dietitian, B.S., 1934, Marywood College. REVEREND JOHN J. HAYES, Religion, M.A., 1934, Catholic University. EDWARD L. HIRSH, English, B.A., 1932, Yale University, Sterling Memorial Scholarship, Ph.D., 1935, Yale University. MARY P. HOLLERANQ Political Science, B.A., 1928, Mount Saint Vincent Col- lege, M.A., 1929, Columbia University. SISTER MARY JOSEPH MARK, Secretarial Science, B.S., 1937, Saint Joseph College. MARGARET V. KENNEDY, Education, B.A., 1917, Vassar, M.A., 1922, Rad- cliffe, Ph.D., 1929, Radcliffe. EUGENE LANGANQ Chemistry, B.S., 1932, Saint Benedict College, M.S., 1934 ' Catholic University, Ph.D., 1936, Catholic University. MRS. EUGENE LANGANQ Home Economics, B.S., 1931, Marywood College, M.A 1935, Columbia University. REVEREND MYRON MILLER, Religion, B.A., 1925, Holy Cross College, M.A. 1937, Saint Mary's Seminary. MAURICE QUINLANQ English, B.A., 1926, Yale University, M.A., 1929, Co- lumbia University. HEINRICH ROMMENQ Economics, University of Munich, Doctor of Law, 1931 University of Bonn. SISTER MARY ROSA, Psychology, B.A., 1913, Catholic University, M.A., 1918 Catholic University, Ph.D., 1929, Catholic University. SISTER MARY SARAH, Latin and Greek, B.A., 1934, Catholic Sisters College, M.A., 1935, Catholic University, Ph.D., 1937, Catholic University. REVEREND CORNELIUS TEULINGSQ Religion and Philosophy, M.A., 1911 Louvain. SISTER MARY THEODORE, German, B.A., 1937, Saint Joseph College, M.A., 193 8, Catholic University. EMILY WHITE, Physical Education, B.S., 1930, Columbia University, M.A., 1935, New York University. HELEN ZWOLANEKQ Home Economics, B.S., 1930, University of Wisconsin, M.S., 1938, Columbia University. S pecial Lecturers ANTHONY B. CACASEQ Italian. MRS. HELEN G. FISH, Art. 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H5:.W5f'H1iilfif"?iffL , fi viA3gj2fQgqzwf ',g51 ,3 4 ' . my ilg jilq .VH I ,. ,,, Q R.: t X xv W Wi f LORETTA EUSTELLE MORAN, B.A. NEW LONDON, CONN. Catholic Action Club 1, 2, Ciceronian De- bating Society-Vice-President and Treas- urer 4g Class Vice-President 4g Epilogue Staff 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 International Re- lations Club 1, 2, 3, 45 President 3, Investi- ture Committee 3, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2g Maecenas Circle 15 Senior Ball Chairman. L ight of heart, but level O f head, she has amassed neat R ecords of scholastic achievement, R emaining still the shining light In the social life of the E ver- popular Foxeroft sextet. MARY ELIZABETH DEVINE, B.A. HARTFORD, CONN. Bazaar Committee 15 English Club 2, 3, 4g Chairman Daffodil Bridge, Catholic Action Club 1, 2, Catholic Evidence Guild 4, Class President 1, 2, 3, 4, International Re- lations Club 1, 25 Maecenas Circle 3, Presi- dent 3g Queeneis Companye 2, 3, 45 Stu- dent Association 2, 3, 4g President 45 Who's Who of College Students. M any are the accomplishments of our gay And popular class president, Her Radiant smile, her unfailing optimism, her Y outh ana' charm endear her very name. MARY EILEEN MALLEY, B.S. HARTFORD, coNN. Athletic Association 1, 25 Catholic Action Club 1, 25 Class Treasurer 45 Commence- ment Week Chairman, Epilogue Staff 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club 1, 25 Junior Prom Committee, Le Cercle Francais 2, Treasurer 2, Maecenas Circle lg St. Elizabeth Guild 3, 4. E ver astonislaing us all by ber Interesting and eonzjilieated soeial L ife, Eileen at the same time E agerly pursues the study of Home E eonornies where her domestic interests anal Native abilities are given f ee rein. l I 15 ROSALIND MAUREEN 0,CONNOR, B.A. WATERBURY, CONN. Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 49 Student Council 4, Catholic Action Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Secretary 45 College Choir 3, 4, Hallowe'en Dance Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Le Cercle Francais lg Maccenas Circle lg St. Elizabeth Guild 1, 2, 3, 4. R efreshing coolness, appealing earnestness Of manner, and a quiet serenity S et Rosalind in a class of ber own. , - f 4,4 'V,L , R T 'if -'O 12... DOROTHY ELLEN BARRETT, B.S. WEST HARTFORD, CONN. Athletic Association 1, 2, 35 Badminton Team 4'5 Chairman Holy Cross Concert 35 Chairman Ring Committee 35 Dance Club 3, 45 Leader 35 Epilogue Editorial Board 45 Le Cercle Francais 1, 25 Glee Club 25 Inter- national Relations Club 1, 25 Queene's Com- panye 1, 2, 3, 45 President 45 Targe-Bus- iness Manager 2. Deservedly voted our best dressed, Debby E volees admiration for her impeccable taste. Before any crisis, she always presents a B enign composure. We doubt that Y on could match her loyalty and sincerity. WINIFRED AUDREY ATKINSON, B.S. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK Athletic Association 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Epilogue Staff 45 Honor Board 45 Inter- national Relations Club 45 Mendelian Club 35 Tennis Team 3, 4. With a sophisticated Gotham manner strangely Inconsistent with that collegiate roadster, Wini N onchalantly achieves astonishing suc- cess I n the almost paradoxical pursuits of Art and Science. l Y In MANS f Nnuwv. BERNICE LEONA BORSE, B.S. NORTH GROSVENORDALE, CONN. Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 45 Catholic Action Club 1, 2, 3, 4g St. Elizabeth Guild 1, 2, 3, 4. B ern is our candidate for the E ver desired ideal homemaker. She is R emarkahle for combining ejiciency and N eatness with the true spirit of kindness. DORIS ROBINSON BOLEN, B.A. MANCHESTER, CONN. Le Cercle Frangais 1, 2, 3, 4. Did you ever know Doris to shout hi-ho? Or rnn frantically to get to class? Rush for lunch, laugh a lusty laugh? In the'e1fen tenor of her way, nothing S hakes the placid course of her days. RUTHANN BRENNAN, B.A. ,L HARTFORD, CONN. , Athletic Association lg Catholic Action Club 1, 2, 35 Interracial Chairman 45 Com- mencement Week Committeeg English Club 2, 3, 4g Secretary 45 Epilogue Business Board 3g Glee Club 2g International Relations Club 1, 2, 3, Maeccnas Circle lg Queene's Companye 2, 3, 45 Property Manager 35 Targe Editorial Board 1, 2, 3, 4g Assist- ant Editor 3. Reaching for the clouds foward an U npredictable destiny, sloe follows H T be laiglzeszf ideals, literary and social. H er life has a secret womlerfulness 'N ever eclipsed by the commonplace. ROSEMARY T. BRENNAN, B.S. NORWICH, CONN. Alpha Omega 1, 2,' 3, 4g Athletic Associa- tion 2, 3g Catholic Action Club 1, 2, 45 Ciceronian Debating Society 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1g St. Elizabeth Guild lg World Affairs Club 2. R eserved and poised yet warm and f1'i!'17dlj,', T bis senior, whose interests range from jazz to case work, is a B it of glamorous mystery to us. 1? , rv' -. RUTH EILEEN BUCKLEY, B.A. ROCKVILLE, CONN. Ciceronian Debating Club 3, English Club 2, 3, 45 International Relations Club 4g Le Cercle Frangais 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary 3g Maecenas Circle 1. Rapid-fire thinking, cheerful counfenanee, U nuxual voice, and engaging laugh, T ireless vitaliiy, anrl eagnerness to please- Here is Rufh, our capable French major. ALICE ELIZABETH BRINLEY, B.S. NORTH NEWINGTON, coNN. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Class Secretary lg Honor Board Chairman 45 St. Elizabeth Guild 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 4g Tennis Team 3, 45 Manager 4g A ll charnz and dignity, Alice L ends grace even to the casual. I n her ininiitahly pleasing way, she C arries of any situafion with E jiciency anel ease. 11, In 'Q If JANE ELIZABETH COLLINS NEW HAVEN, CONN. Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 4g Catholic Action Club 2, 3, 44 Chairman of Junior Luncheon 35 College Choir 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 45 St. Elizabeth Guild 1, 2, 3, 43 Campus Shop Manager 3, President 4. I ust as genial and kind As she is practical and domestic, jane N ets our applause for her very E jjicient work in the Campus Shop. I sf? MARY EVELYN CORRIGAN, B.S. EAST HARTFORD, CONN. English Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 2, Queene's Companye 1, 2, 35 St. Elizabeth Guild 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary 2. M uch of Mary's success in proving A point for any worthy cause can Rightfully he attributed to her Y en for explicit truth and candor. vi QQ' 1 MILDRED MARY D,ANNUNZIO, B.S HARTFORD, CONN. M any bouquets to Mildred for having M anagea' a job and an education, Diligently acquiring success with both. W l MARY FRANCES FINNIGAN, B.S, NEW HAVEN, CONN. Alpha Omega 2, 3, 45 Catholic Action Club 3, 45 Ciceronian Debating Society 3, 45 St. Elizabeth Guild 3, 4. M ary'5 reserve and aloofness A t first seem impenetrable, hut a R cmunerative amiahility lies within if You search deep enough. ,A V. 1, MARGARET GOLDEN, B.A. WASHINGTON, CONN. Alpha Omega 1, 23 Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Secretary 3, Chairman of Halloween Dance 35 Dance Club 3, French Club 15 Maecenas Circle lg St. Elizabeth Guild 2. H abifuul good-loumor and personal A 1ftractive11ess have gained for P eg great pojmlarity at S. C. DOROTHY BERNICE GAUGGEL, B.A. NEW HAVEN, coNN. Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 4g Catholic Action Club 1, 2, 3, 45 President 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, Maecenas Circle lg St. Eliza- beth Guild 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary 3, 4. Blissful serenity, complexion and E yes that spell loveliness-and Remember,-mftless rzalvete-these are ber N mfuml charms. AGNES WINIFRED GORSE, B.S. SIMSBURY, coNN. Alpha Omega 2, Catholic Action Club 23 Mendelian Club 3, 4, St. Elizabeth Guild 3, 4, World Affairs Club 2. A iniable and kind, Agnes won the G lorions title of "Main" through ber N ever-failing devotion to ber E rstwhile Hfainilyv during their S ojourn in Home Management House. 1 5 ' it WM' M. E 'M Z' flfil " if ROBERTA MARY GORMAN, B.A. MANCHESTER, CONN. Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 4g Secretary 35 Cath- olic Action Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Chairman of Junior Prom 35 Class Treasurer 1, College Choir 4g St. Elizabeth Guild 1, 2, 3, 4. B litbely ignoring the cares of the world, Ever vbarrned by the joys of comfort, Roberta brings a pleasant complacency To the famed "Rv trio in Mercy Hall. G wh I ELIZABETH THERESA HANLON FALLS VILLAGE, coNN. Bazaar Committee 45 Catholic Action Club 4g Epilogue Business Board 3, 4g Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3g Mendelian Club 15 Saint Elizabeth Guild 3, 4. B etty's various interests range from Equestrian feats of skill T o the understanding care of children in T he Nursery School. Her perseverance never Y ields to the discouragements of ad-seeking. WINIFRED MARY GUNN, B.A. HARTFORD, CONN. Catholic Action Club 1, 43 English Club 45 International Relations Club 45 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 45 Maecenas Circle 1. W ith a quiet yet Insistent studiousness she N ever goes of on a tangent, N ever leaves a task unfinished. I nstead of wild flights of fancy, she E ndoufs her work with cool common sense. :IV ev '1' MARY EDWARD HORCH, B.A. DANBURY, CONN. Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 45 Catholic Action Club 1, 25 Class Secretary 2, 35 English Club 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 3, President 45 Le Cercle Francais lg Maecenas Circle 15 World Affairs Club 2. M ary's heart and mind live A midst the splendors of the arts. Ruled hy musical and literary ideals, she Y earns for the wonders of old Vienna. REGINA ANGELA HANNING, B.A. WATERTOWN, coNN. Alpha Omega 1, 23 Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Vice-President 4g Catholic Action Club 1, Dance Club 3, 4, Maecenas Circle 13 St. Elizabeth Guild 1. G race and ease of motion I rresistibly combined with Natural charm and beauty N et her universal approval. She I nspires green-eyed envy with her E ven complexion and lovely hair. In is. V ELEANOR MARY LAPENTA, B.S. HARTFORD, coNN. Catholic Action Club 45 Il Circolo Beatrice 15 Interracial Group Chairman 45 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 35 International Relations Club 1, 4. Eleanor is anotlaer of our Sociology M ajors. Bnstling energetically about, she L ends the forces of those who promote Interracial justice. att? Z ANN ELNORE KLOSOSKI, B.S. WILLIMANTIC, CONN. Alpha Omega 45 Catholic Action Club 1, 45 College Choir 45 Glee Club 25 Mendelian Club 45 Saint Elizabeth Guild 1, 2, 3, 4. A mbition carries her into N ew fields. Enthusiasm leads ber onward. N aturally vital and eager, sbe makes a good conversationalisf. X -fi 9, . MARGARET AGNES MCMAHON, B.A. WESTERLY, RHODE ISLAND Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 45 Catholic Action Club 1, 2, 35 Ciceronian Debating Society 45 Commencement Week Committeeg English Club 3, 45 Targe Editorial Staff 3, 45 World Affairs Club 2. M artfelmzs-hor zlroll sense of humor Amazi11g-ber 11101110737 for poetry G raml-her i11t1'ig1Ling jversonality. fmvgba Lwvb Vs, Mm sk ill-9'yW 1 KATHERINE ELIZABETH LAWTON, B.S. TERRYVILLE, coNN. Alpha Omega 1, 25 Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 25 Catholic Action Club 15 Dance Club 35 Queene's Companye 1, 25 Treasurer 25 St. Elizabeth Guild 15 Honor Board 4. Debonair ana' gay, she U nites her talents almost incongruously as a S octal case-worker and a social butterfly. T he vitality and spirit of her Y oung charm are ideally American. Q w A, Q -VR- .mimi V. -LJ MARY VIRGINIA MUNGER, B.A. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Alpha Omega 2, 3, 45 Ciceronian Debating Society 3, 45 College Choir 3, English Club 2, 3, 4g Treasurer 35 Epilogue Staff Busi- ness Manager 4g International Relations Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Le Cercle Frangais 1, 2, 3g Targe Editorial Board 1, 2, 3, 45 Assistant Editor 3. M ary's academic success A nd executive eiiciency are unrivaled. R ealms of math, history, and economies Yield to her ability and endeavor. RITA FRANCES MERLET, B.A. HARTFORD, CONN. English Club 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Frangais 1, 2, 3, 4g President 3, 45 Queene's Companye 1, 2, 3, 49 Wardrobe Mistress 4. Rita has endless talent and I ndividuality. Clothes designing, well- T urned arguments, bi-lingual aptness- A re but a few of ber amazing abilities. 'IKuCa.3.mK.,.pr Pu 1, N..- eel KATHERINE MARY O,CONNOR, B.A. NORFOLK, CONN. Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 2, Stu- dent Council 45 Catholic Action Club 1, 25 Treasurer 25 Catholic Evidence Guild 45 Chairman of the Sophomore Teag Class Vice- President 2, Treasurer 35 College Choir 3, 45 English Club 2, 3, 45 Epilogue Business Board 25 Assistant Editor 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Honor Board 45 Maecenas Circle 15 NVho's Who Among College Students. Kitty brings the twin virtues of I ntelligence and enthusiasm to all T hat she does. She imbues the study of English, T he making of countless friends with a Yet-to-he-daunted esprit and humor. RITA PATRICIA MURPHY, B.S. FALL RIVER, MASS. Alpha Omega 1, 2, 3, 45 President 45 Cath- olic Action Club 1, 2, 35 Mendelian Club 2, 35 Treasurer 35 President 45 St. Elizabeth Guild 1, 2, 3, 4. R ousing good fun and an I nexhaustihle source of mirth- T hat's Rita. Her happy optimism And good humor are limitless. W Ma N 'IW MARY DUPUIS READING, B.A. MILFORD, coNN. Alpha Omega 1, 25 Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Catholic Action Club 1, 23 Interna- tional Relations Club 43 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2g Maecenas Circle 1. M ild, graceful manner And genuine prettiness Recommend Mary as the spirit of Y Outh and feminine charm. EILEEN TERESA O'KEEFE, B.S. WATERBURY, CONN. Catholic Action Club 1, 2g Glee Club 23 Mendelian Club 2, 3g St. Elizabeth Guild 1, 2, 3, 4. Even the long trip I n from Waterbury each day has Leftno impression upon E ileen's quiet complacency ana' Even-tempered disposition. Her calm Nature is greatly to be envied. MARY ELIZABETH SCULLY, B.A. WEST HARTFORD, coNN. Bazaar Committee 3, 43 Catholic Action Club lg Epilogue Business Board 43 Interna- tional Relations Club 43 Le Cercle Frangais 1, 2, 3, 43 Maecenas Circle 1. Mathematics in its every aspect A hsorhs her interest. Earnest and R eliable, Mary works quietly, Y et manages to accomplish much. ANITA KATHRYN ROCHE, B.A. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Bazaar Committee 1, 23 Co-Chairman 23 Catholic Evidence Guild 4g Dance Club 3, 43 English Club 2, 3, 43 Editor of Epilogue 4g Glee Club 23 International Relations Club 1, 23 Le Cercle Frangais 1, 2, 33 Secretary 3g Queene's Companye 2, 3, 43 Vice-Presi- dent 33 Student Association Representative 2, 3g Targe Editorial Board 2, 3, 4g Assist- ant Editor 3g Editor-in-Chief 3, 4g Who's Who Among College Students. N ever a dull moment in her life which I s filled with numerous ana' varied activities. Taking leads in plays, making the press via Oscar, or arguing her point, A nita has been outstanding for her versatility. S MARY JANE WADDY, B.A. WEST HARTFORD, CONN. Athletic Association 1, 29 Bazaar Committee 35 Catholic Evidence Guild 45 Ciceronian Debating Society 3, 4, Secretary 4, Class Vice-President 3g Epilogue Staff 25 Inter- national Relations Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Treas- urer 4g Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, Maecenas Circle, President lg Student Association 45 Targe Editorial Staff 25 Business Manager 4, Whols Who Among College Students. M any times we have heard her argue 'I ust a trifle perhaps, as M'Iane was Always there to establish herself as a N oneonformist. She has, besides, a wealth of E ntertaining wit and whole-hearted fun. VIRGINIA MARY STEVENSON, B.A. WEST HAVEN, CONN. Alpha Omega 1, 25 Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Catholic Action Club lg Chairman of Open House Day 25 Dance Club 35 Maecenas Circle 1, 4. V ivid colors, perky hairhows, an Air of nonchalance, a vital interest in L afin, all hetoken Val's individuality. NANCY MARIE WEBB, B.S. NEW BRITAIN, CONN. Athletic Association 2, 35 Catholic Action Club 1, 23 Epilogue Staff-Assistant Busi- ness Manager 4, International Relations Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 St. Elizabeth Guild 1, 24 Targe Business Board 2, 3, 4. Neat, cool appearance A nd a keen business ejieiency keep Nancy in constant demand when there is work to be done. EXTENSION STUDENTS CARRIE COMSTOCK BANGS, B.S. EVA MAY COATES, B.S. KATHERINE AGNES CRANE, B.S. MILDRED CRANE, B.S. GENEVIEVE FRANCES HOYE, B.S. MARY CORINNE HEVRIN, B.S. HELEN MARGUERITE MALLOY, B.S. MARY DALTON MCGEE, B.S. SISTER ALMA KEANE, B.S. ' f sw U EPI LOG UE STAFF EDITGRIAL BOARD ANITA K. ROCHE, Editor KATHERINE O,CONNOR, Assistant Editor DOROTHY BARRETT LORETTA MORAN Art Editors: WINIFRED ATKINSON EILEEN MALLEY BUSINESS BOARD MARY MUNGER, Business Manager NANCY WEBB, Assistant Business Manager BETTY HANLON FLORENCE HARNEY MARY SCULLY ODILE BURKE DOROTHY AI,LEN ELENA PETRINI MARY MEANEY Lx N .V . 44.kf'-" 1 Az ,rl x. 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MURPHY Faculty Afteisor: SISTER MARY ROSA MEMBERS OF COUNCIL: Rosalind 0'COnnOrg Katherine O,C0nn0rg Mary Mc- ACTIVITIES: SAINT ELIZABETH GUILD OFFICERS President: .IANE COLLINS Vice-President: ALICE BRINLEY Secretary: BIERNICE GAUGGEL Treasurer: BETTY LORENZI Faculty Advisor: MRS. EUGENE LANGAN ACTIVITIES: Carries on many charitable projects tbrongb the year. 510011501-5 a tea for parents in May. Manages the Canzpns Sbo 12. Dcrmottg Kay Welserg Rosemary Hudsong Gertrude Murphyg Nathalie McCarthyg Ruth Dunn. Presents the f7I'0bIL'll1S of resirtent students to the administration. Organizes students' activities. ACTIVITIES Sings Iztzzrqlcal music or Mass and Benerlictzon throughout the 2 i CATHOLIC ACTION CL UB I OFFICERS President: BERNICE GAUGGEL Vice-Prcsicient: GERTRUDE MURPHY Secretary: ELEANOR CONWAY Treasurer: KATHLEEN MALAHAN Faculty Advisor: REV. MYRON MILLER ACTIVITIES: Sponsors the teaching of catechism in various parishes. Aids mis- sionary work. Champions Interracial justice. xy,-in '- Af '3 1: 'Vi 22 .wifi F. . V 'x'1 . ' Q t llnffiv 11 1 , 1 P . EIO, if 'l 15 o 0- o,e 4 . ,QA . an f . f X ' "" uv 92 4 i 5'2+.a 4 W 4- ' Q, Q Q Q 4 , -4 ' ,' I f' 1-J i lg 'I in 'gin r ' QW , A 3 U 3 1 ' V' as ' A 'PA Q2 1 A .,, f X 1' ,, ' A Mila. , V , , ,M if L , 1 Q , . . , 1 I c , 5 3 F 'III Q vw, -- ' Y ' .imzumtammmim -1--, 1 V 3.3, fl ,, A 1' 4 ..1, gjmnw 3-34,1 A B I ACTIVITIES: Holds ENGLISH CLUB OFFICERS President: MARY HORCH Viee-Presiflent: MARY AH1iRN Secretary: RUTHANN BRENNAN Treasurer: EDWIGA RAFALOWSRA Faculty Adifisor: DR. EDWARD L. HIRSH lri-weekly meetings for sfnfly anil zlisenssion of liferafure Sponsors annually fbe Dayfoelil Brirlge for fbe Mary Day Sebolar- ship Funa' and the Green Tea for exiefzsion sfndenis. THE TARGE STAFF Eflifor-in-Chief: MARTINA E. DOYLE Assisfani Eflifors: BEATRICE CASHIN HELEN GABRIEL ELEANOR SHERIDAN Business Manager: LOUISE O,NEIL Assisfant Business Manager: CATHERINI'l O'BRIEN ACTIVITIES: Publishes bi- weekl y Slfildflllf news pa per. X X Q I Q UEENES C OM PAN YE OFFICERS Pr1'sizlf'11f: DOROTHY BARRETT Sfagc Dirccior: EDWIGA RAFALOWSKA Vice-Prcsiflerzf: BETTY DOOLEY Property Mauagvr: MARGARET REILLY Socrvfary: MARTINA DOYLE VC7arclrobc' Misfrrss: IKITA MERLET Trcasurvr: HELEN SMITH Press Agcnf: ELEANOR SHERIDAN Faculty Advisor: SISTER MARIA ANCIII,I.A ANNUAL PRODUCTIONS: Lifurgical Nazfivizfy Playg LCIIIYIZ Dramag Irisln Play for the Green Tcag Sbalzespvariazz Play gizwz in fbr lah' spring. THE CHEMISTRY CLUB OFFICERS Presiclerzt: CL.AIRE MARKHAM Secretary-Treasurer: PEGGY FOX Faculty Aclvisor: SISTER CONSILIA ACTIVITIES: H ol fi s bi wcrkly nzeefirzgs for fur ibm' study and experinzerz faiion in Cbcfnzisfry. nuqqj CATHOLIC EVIDENCE CUILD oIfIfIc115Rs Cbairnmiz: PATRICIA WILKINSON Spiritual Dirvctor: REVEREND JOHN J. HAYES ACTIVITIES OFFICERS ACTIVITIES Eunctioiis as iz stufly club in rcligiou. Bl'0tlt1l'6ISll this your iz svrics of radio talks on tba' gcizcrizl topic "The Place of Religion in Daily Lifcv. MENDELIAN CLUB Presiilcnt: RITA MURPHY Svcrrtury: MARY DILLON Vice-Prrsident: PEGGY Fox Treasurer: EDXVIGA RAITALOWISKA Faculty Aalrisor: SISTER MARY CONSUEIIA Furtbcrs intcfrest in Biology through a program of lvcturvs, ffcfla' trips, mul motion pictures. , 1-X STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS President: MARY DEVINE Secretary: MARY JANE WADDY ACTIVITIES: The Slllldmlf Association is an organization comprising all sizirleizis in the school which aims to promote cordial relaiions among sizi- rleiifs, faculiy, ana' adiizilzistraiion at all times. RFf71"CSC'lIllt1fil'f'S of The Sfmicnf Associafion: L. io R.: Madelyn McMahon, Mary Meaney, Mary Ahern, Betty Hannifm, Mary Jane Xvaddy, Mary Devine, Margaret Arens, Rosemary Hudson. GLEE CL UB OFFICERS Business Mmzrzgcr: PATRICIA WILKINSON Assistant: JANE COLLINS Siudenzf Lender: MARJORIE FLEITZER Libwz1'ir11z: MARGARET REILLY Conducfor: MR. EDWARD LAUBIN CONCERTS: 1. Radio Concert-April 4. 2. Joint Concert with Trinity College Glee Club-April 28 3. Concert for Commencement Week. Q 'Q H Qfr? 'T 'vw fa -,... 3 J . . i 1 ,, -.. 1 I l , ., . if mfg v v Q' J i 4, ' - K M 4 ...mx M-v . r .xv- , A .. NMdE,,,..,' A, 'X .ef ,wi .4- f- E' Q Vx -.-s. 5, ,4:x..ff ,Q . . 553,31 1 , - ' ., Yi2i' 5l ' f SIT' Fa, P1 J A 4455" A 'V arf f .J- JUNE 4 JUNE S JUNE 6 JUNE 7 JUNE 8 JUNE 9 COMMENCEMENT WEEK ACTIVITIES SUNDAY SOLEMN MASS 10:00 A.M. BACCALAUREATE SERMON RECEPTION INTO THE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 8:00 P.M MONDAY FRESHIWAN PARTY 7:30 P.M. TUESDAY SOPHOMORE TEA 4:00 P.M. GLEE CLUB CONCERT 8:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY JUNIOR LUNCHEON 12:30 P.M. CLASS DAY EXERCISES 3.00 P.M. COMIWENCEMENT BALL 9:00 P.M. THURSDAY FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI CELEBRATION 4:30 P.M. SING 8:00 P.M. FRIDAY SENIOR MASS AND COIWMUNION BREAKFAST 9:00 A.M. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 3:00 P.M. SOLEMN BENEDICTION RECEPTION TO PARENTS AND GRADUATES HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1939 K Enter two little girls j TWO LITTLE GIRLS! What can we do? We canlt go out because it is raining and we have played with everything in our room. fThey look around.Q FIRST LITTLE GIRL: Whatls in this box? Let's open it. QThey open the box.j Oh look! SECOND LITTLE GIRL: What's this? Look at this old card. Chemistry, Biology, German- FIRST LITTLE GIRL: Here's an old book, Preface to College Prose. fEnter Grandma.j GRANDMA: Here, here, what are you up to? If you'll just be patient Grandma will show you what is in here. This brings me back to 1935 when I was a freshman at St. Joseph College. I remember it was a large class. There were 87 of us. Let's see if I can't find the class picture they took that September. FIRST LITTLE GIRL: QLooking at Targe.j It tells in here about a Junior Sister Party for the Freshman Class. GRANDMA! Saint Joseph College was then over at Hamilton Heights. SECOND LITTLE GIRL: Did you study all the time, Grandma? GRANDMA! Oh, no dear. In between writing themes we made new friends and one of the biggest events of the year was the play we put on called Charm School. Everybody enjoyed it very much. FIRST LITTLE GIRL: Here's a poster about it. QShe reads.j Charm School by the Freshman Class of St. Joseph College, April 25- GRANDMA: It was just about that time we moved over to the new building on Asylum Avenue. Some of us had to walk back and forth between buildings for laboratory periods. sEcoND LITTLE GIRL: Isn't this a picture of Pope Pius XII? ' GRANDMA! Yes it is. And in October of our Sophomore year we were thrilled because as Cardinal Pacelli he visited our college. We hoped then that he would be the next Pope. Many of the girls took snapshots of him and I know they treasure those today. FIRST LITTLE GIRL: fTaking out a stuffed dogg Wfhat course was this con- nected with? GRANDMA: I won that at the Student Bazaar that our class sponsored that year. There was something wonderful about those Bazaars-we worked hard at them but they gave us the satisfaction of sharing some of the school,s responsibilty and they were a valuable experience. SECOND LITTLE GIRL: QSinging with a sheet of music in her hand.j Boris Boris-Boris. GRANDMA: That was one of the songs we sang at the New England College Glee Festival held at the Bushnel Memorial during February. FIRST LITTLE GIRL: What are those, Grandma? fShowing dancing slippers.j GRANDMA: I remember the opening night of Gondoliers which was presented jointly with Wesleyan. The rollicking music, the bright costumes,--and the four girls selected to do the Cacbuclaa were all members of our class. We were so proud of them. SECOND LITTLE GIRL: Did you have this white dress when you went to college? GRANDMA: Yes, it was part of the school tradition for the underclassmen to wear white for such occasions as Corpus Christi Day. This celebration which was initiated in our Sophomore year is an annual custom now. fGrandma removes program.j And that June the Dramatic Club pre- sented Much Arlo About Nothing in which many members of our class , took part. FIRST LITTLE GIRL: Did you ever celebrate holidays? GRANDMA! We certainly did, at the Hallowe'en of the next year we had a Junior Dance and- l SECOND LITTLE GIRL: What did you wear this for? fTaking out a cap and gown.j This is a funny hat! GRANDMA: My cap and gown! How proud we were when we were invested and Wore our caps and gowns all that day. And speaking about holidays, we also celebrated Christmastide that year when the newly organized Dance Club presented fesu, 1031 of Mmfs Desiring, and the Dramatic Club produced for the Hrst time a medieval liturgical Christmas play which has since become a college tradition. FIRST LITTLE GIRL: Qkeading from the Targtnj Father Dudley conducts annual retreat. GRANDMA: I doubt if any of the girls will forget that retreat, not only because it was so impressive, but because it marked the passing of Mother Con- solata, the memory of whose friendship and counsel we still hold dear. SECOND LITTLE GIRL: Oh Grandma, look what I found! What kind of brace- let is this? GRANDMA: How well I remember the Junior Prom. We had these walnut shell bracelets for souvenirs and the decorations were so lovely, and the music- fTakes out a costume.Q And that year the Dramatic Club presented The Taming of the Shrew. We had such fun making the costumes and rehears- ing. We didn,t get much sleep those days! FIRST LITTLE GIRL: Oh Grandma, why don't you use this lamp? GRANDMA: That was one of the prizes from our Daffodil Bridge. It Was a school affair but in our Junior year a member of our class was chairman. It was always the seasonis biggest social event and drew crowds from miles around. sEcoND LITTLE GIRL: Oh Grandma, what did you do summers when you were in College? GRANDMA: The summer between our Junior and Senior Year some of us worked in social agencies, some of us taught in nursery schools or were counselors at camps and some of us tried to get started on the next semester's reading list. FIRST LITTLE GIRL: What happened in your Senior Year, Grandma? GRANDMA: The year passed so quickly it is hard to remember. NVe had the Faculty Tea, we began wearing our Caps and Gowns to assembly, and we adopted the Honor System. SECOND LITTLE GIRL: The Honor System? GRANDMA! Yes, this enabled us to take exams unproctored. We liked it very much and felt that it helped us to have individual responsibility. FIRST LITTLE GIRL: Did you have a retreat in your Senior Year too? GRANDMA! Oh yes, Father Furfey conducted the retreat and he offered a chal- lege in social justice and charity which was the subject of many discussions. SECOND LITTLE GIRL: What are all these things? fPulling out notes.j GRANDMA: Oh those are my reading notes for Comprehensive examinations which took place just before graduation. FIRST LITTLE GIRL: Tell us about graduation, Grandma. GRANDMA: I can't just now, but next time it rains I will tell you all about it. Or perhaps this coming Friday-in the late afternoon I can tell you just what I did at the Senior Ball and how I felt on my graduation day. CURTAIN ESTATE OF THE CLASS OF 1939 Be it known to all persons that we, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-nine, of Saint Joseph College, of the town of West Hartford, County of Hartford, State of Connecticut, being of sound and disposing mind, memory and judgment, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking all previous wills and codicils heretofore by us made. XVe dispose of our property, both real and personal as follows-to wit: THE CLASS does give and bequeath to Saint Joseph College its memories of four happy years spent in study and play. THE CLASS does give and bequeath to SISTER ROSA a college of honest and co- operative students. THE CLASS does give and bequeath to the college at large an Honor System, faithfully observed, with the hope that it will be well used in the years to come. THE CLASS does give and bequeath a book on Tea Etiquette to the coming Senior class, to be used with particular care at the Faculty Tea. THE CLASS does give and bequeath to FATHER TEULINGS a bunch of bananas with directions for eating. XVINIFRED ATKINSON does give and bequeath her beloved car with its vast experience of college life to future "Foxcroft Road-ites". VIRGINIA STEVENSON does give and bequeath her astounding combination of enormous hair bows and nonchalance to ALBERTE COUTU. REGINA HANNING does give and bequeath her easy-going, compliant nature to the faculty, to be used at exam time. MARY READING does give and bequeath her concern over weights and measures to MARY DILLON. MARGARET GOLDEN does give and bequeath her blatant class sneeze to all who wish to be disturbers of the peace. LORETTA MORAN does give and bequeath her "diplomatic relations" to DOR- OTHY GORDEN. BETTY LAWTON does give and bequeath her copious sociology notes to be used in place of MISS CALLAI-IAN,S list of references. EILEEN MALLEY does give and bequeath her practical nature to PHYLLIS DONLON. MARY DEVINE does give and bequeath her executive ability to BETTY HAN- NIFIN. DOROTHY BARRETT does- give and bequeath her domesticity to all who live in Home Management House. ANITA ROCHE does give and bequeath her "safe" driving to MARY ANNE SMITH. BERNICE GAUGGEL does give and bequeath her naivete to the Sophomore Class. ROSEMARY BRENNAN does give and bequeath her ability to withdraw to the members of the debating club. MARY FINNIGAN does give and bequeath her firmness of statement to students I in the Dean's classes. ROBERTA GORMAN does give and bequeath her undisturbed coiffure to CHAR- MAINE ADAMS. q ROSALIND O,CONNOR does give and bequeath her business activities to the ' Targe Business Board. RITA XMURPHY does give and bequeath her sense of rhythm to the Dance Club. KATHERINE O,CONNOR does give and bequeath her perennial gaiety to LO- RETTA MAHONEY. MARY HORGH does give and bequeath her idealism to the Sociology depart- ment. JANE COLLINS does give and bequeath her inability to talk in Sociology class to GRACE DOOLAN. MARGARET MACMAHON does give and bequeath her sense of humor to the proctors in Mercy Hall. ANN KLOSOSKI does give and bequeath her poetry-writing to EDWIGA RAF- - ALOWSKI. MARY MUNGER does give and bequeath her fund of knowledge to the Ency- clopaedia Britannica. BERNICE BORSE does give and bequeath her spic-and-span appearance to thc Home EC. freshmen. AGNES GORsE does give and bequeath her friendship with the faculty to students who Wish to cut classes. ALICE BRINLEY does give and bequeath her social grace and charm to the social usage class. EILEEN O,KEEFE does give and bequeath her expressive ejaculations to all who are at a loss for words. ELEANOR LAPENTA does give and bequeath her unconcern over school affairs to anyone who is brave enough to take it. NANCY WEBB does give and bequeath her conservative manners to LOUISE O,NEIL. RUTH BUCKLEY does give and bequeath her bounce to the Athletic Club's tennis balls. WINIFRED GUNN does give and bequeath her bewildered look to GERTRUDE MURPHY. MARY SCULLY does give and bequeath her consciousness of the idealism of Math to future Math majors. BETTY HANLON does give and bequeath her lightning-like movements to MARY MCNAMARA. RUTHANN BRENNAN does give and bequeath her vagueness to the Smoking Room regulations. RITA MERLET docs give and bequeath her flair for "different" styles of CATHE- ERINE and JOSEPHINE GRILLO. DORIS BOLEN does give and bequeath her capacity for large lunches and innu- merable sundaes to ELEANOR SHERIDAN. M,JANE WADDY does give and bequeath her inexhaustiblesupply of arguments to be stored in the archives of Saint Joseph College for the benefit of future generations. MARY CORRIGAN does give and bequeath her candid opinions on all subjects to ELEANORA FRESHER. We appoint the REVEREND CORNELIUS TEULINGS executor of this, our last will and testament. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we hereunto set our hand and seal on this day of June in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Thirty- Nine. THE CLASS OF 1939 L.S. WITNESSES! HOWARD, the corner policeman MICHAEL, the bus driver CLASS PROPHECY Four women are seated around a card table playing bridge. They are in the midst of a conversation which all find very interesting. M'Iane: -And ANN KLOSOSKI has gone psychological as many of us expected. Have you read her book-"The Simultaneous Stimulation of Inhibited Individualsn? Mary: Yes, it was very stimulating. I had a letter from RUTHANN BRENNAN this morning. Now that she's cleared out the slums she is making a world- wide penny campaign for settlement house construction. Rita: I remember the times when weid be dashing around for our penny just before our famous Tuesday noons. Your turn, Margaret- Margaret: Sorry-Have you heard about DEBBY BARRETT? She and her Con- tinental husband are cruising the Mediterranean now. Debby's sophisti- cation will certainly stand her in good stead these days. Mary: Lucky girl! WINNIE ATKINSON is carrying on her chemical career with the Pond's Cold Cream company. She and ALICE BRINLEY are work- ing on a facial cream which they guarantee will make ladies more lady-like. M'Iane: We'll have a Utopia here any day now-RUTH BUCKPEY has been named chairman of an intercollegiate organization between faculties and student bodies. Our game-Has anyone read any good books recently? Margaret: Rita,s "Bringing Shakespeare Up To Date" is one of the trickiest pieces I've seen in a long time. Such clever phrasing! Rita: Thank you. BETTY LAWTON has just completed her sociology treatise- "Terryville in Transitionn. Her preface states that the transition Was a very painful process. Mary: I donit doubt her for a minute. Oh, make it three spades. Rita: MARY FINNIGAN has gone in for big-game hunting-Maine is her pres- ent stamping ground. Margaret: KAY O,CONNOR was telling me the other day that she loves her new position. Sheis head of the Personnel Department at school, but spends most of her time making out study hour programs for the freshmen and all other ambitious individuals. M'jane: MARY SCULLY is kept pretty busy these days trying to find out whether or not geometry propositions can be applied to the solution of civic problems. Margaret: Pardon me! You really should have AGNES GORSE here instead of me. She's giving nine minute lessons to the girls at school which are extremely helpful in teaching them how to play bridge and talk at the same time. Mary: Why don't you enroll? By the way, did you know that DORIS BOLEN astonished the Royal Academy by demanding that the position of the verb in the French sentence be changed? M'Iane: Oh, so it was Doris who brought about that change! This certainly is a changing world-ROSEMARY BRENNAN is pleading the case for the college girls who want to do away with required courses and center their attention on electives. Make it three spades- Rita: VAL STEVENSON has been doing considerable traveling-She,s searching the known world to try to find a good excuse for the study of Latin. Really, Mary, you deserve great praise yourself-Your dictionary is rapidly becoming world famous. It certainly helps the modern student preserve his individuality. Mary: Glad you liked it. MARY DEVINE has certainly gone into the journal- istic field in a big way. Her Associated Press dispatches are read by women everywhere. The column is entitled--"How To Manage One's Affairs". ELEANOR LAPENTA,S new system of filing is receiving world-wide approval in sociological circles. Hearts? Sorry. M'Iane: ROBERTA GORMAN and RITA MURPHY are joint owners of a chain of drug stores. Roberta, it seems, has charge of the cosmetics department, and Rita has a special department devoted to the production of her great invention-Wit, Bottled While You Wait. y Rita: Eileen Malley is now designing clothes for the college girl whose engage- ment book is so full that she hasn't time to shop-and, of course, now that MARY MUNGER has balanced the nation's budget, Eileen's business f is thriving. Pass- Margaret: School must be very interesting these days-particularly since his- tory was dropped from the curriculum with MARY READING,S discovery that the only lesson that history teaches is that history teaches no lesson. Mary: JANE COLLINS was named the winner of that competition to Hnd the most successful balancer of the unbalanced diets of unbalanceable white mice, and BERNICE BoRsE has a governmental position.'Bernice has charge of starching the furniture every week in the model villages where govern- ment projects are being carried on. Rita: WINIFRED GUNN has founded a school which she hopes will correct the evils of progressive education. M'jane: BERNICE GAUGGEL is coming to town to lecture at the Bushnell tonight on the manner in which the human mind perceives and interprets in an individual fashion. Is anyone going? K Mary: Yes, I am. LORETTA MORAN is doing her best to preserve peaceful rela- tions among the American nations by her position as air hostess on the Pan- American line. Margaret: How interesting! Did you know that NANCY WEBB and ROSALIND 0,CONNOR have founded an insurance company to protect college girls against unsuccessful blind dates? Rita: That's a marvelous innovation but everyone has a good time at dances since PEG GOLDEN,S sneeze has been set to music and is the theme song at St. Joseph dances. Mary: Did you play that queen? live heard that REGINA I-IANNING has in- troduced something entirely new in the Ballet world. It's strictly "sub rosan now but I've heard the performance will be called "The Eyes Have Itf, MARY CORRIGAN is the official censor of this production. M'jane: BETTY HANLON is advertising the Saddle Nursery school in all the magazines these days--Saddle shoes and horses have been found to be conducive to successful study. Rita: Not a bad idea-'EILEEN O,KEEFE has other ideas about educating the young, however. .Something about "Feet Firmly On The Ground-Until The Music Starts-H Margaret: ANITA ROCHE is editing The Theatre Arts Monthly now, and can you imagine-There's a deadline-Your game-Let's go in and look for some food- ca 1 ,V ,, YTL1.. zfii'Q5If"' - 1: Y, 413, ,144 2 . V ff,-1 f.1'f J . . , Q- 15.1 . -T if ,A 4,5,,. A, , - ,v,,:'5'7' .f 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 Y I f x I 1 Q Y 1 I 1 1 I -,-wu---m ,K ,fb .1 V? WL,-n2SgXis,z.y.Q,,.. fggftil Q A f 2. A ' -lzllllkbvl-' .1 if wg bfzwssfs .... , 'films-,qgrf.g5g ' 1,-1 , , ESV? 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HARTFORD, coNN. Tel. 2-37 3 5 Compliments of CHARTER OAK PRESS Brnsloes For Every Purpose ESTABLISHED 1868 SPEAR 85 MCMANUS . . . PERSONAL . . . a . U u HQUSEHQLD n . . JOSEPH MCMANUS, Proprietor . . . INDUSTRIAL . . . FLORISTS THE FULLER BRUSH Co. 49 Pearl Street 242 Asylum Street Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Phone 2-3870 GOWNS Hoons CAPS THE worn by the students of SAINT JOSEPH COLLEGE 151 Asylum St. Hartford were furnished by Paints - Vnrnislaes America's Pioneer Outfitter Wallpapers COTRELL AND LEONARD Painters, Supplies Est. 1832 IHC. 1935 l'-' Albany, N- Y- J. E. Flint, Mgr. Compliments of X A FRIEND SAINT IOSEPH COLLEGE RINGS Designed by Compliments of LOREN MURCHISON STERLING PRESS 85 CO. 828 Park Square Building is is :I- Boston, Mass. FRANK A. Fowl-ER 284 Asylum St. Hartford, Conn. District Manager Complimenis of THE Complimcnfs of D,ESOPO FUNERAL CHAPEL WHITING GREENHOUSES 235 Weithersield Ave. Hartford, Conn. 67 Whiting Lane West Hartford Tel. S-5529 7-4327 Telephone 3-4235 Lady Attendant Comjrlimenls of THE BALLARD OIL COMPANY OF HARTFORD, INC. Telephone 2 -2 2 21 Compliments of W E M A I O R I N College clothes that score-from classic THE jackets and skirts to glamour girl Prom gowns. And we make career girls look HARDWARE CO-s like Junior Executives. INC. x - H H 1251 Albany Ave. Hartford, Conn. 5 5 Q 53 5 55 MAIN AT TEMPLE HARTFORD Compliments of THE SIGOURNEY GROCERY CO. HARTFORD NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. ESTABLISHED 1792 Complete Banking Service Main and Pearl Sts. Branch 70 Farmington Ave. Hartford, Conn. G O O D L U C K TO TOMORROWBS CITIZENS HOTEL BOND WILLARD B. ROGERS President and General Manager Compliments of P. BERRY Sl SONS INC. Hartford Connecticut THE RAY HAYES, Inc. EAGLE DYE WORKS COMPANY . IEWELERS . HARTFORD, CONN. Custom Dry Cleaning 86 Dyeing Forty Asylum Street Hartford, Connecticut Tel. 6-7684 ESTABLISHED 1930 OPEN EVENINGS ELIZABETH B. O'NEIL BEAUTY SHOPPE 755 Broad St. Hartford, Conn. Telephone 5-8489 Compliments of M. DALY Sc SONS, INC. Waterbury Connecticut The importance of trees is well illustrated in the above picture of the Etna Life Insur- ance Cornpany's grounds. Estimates on planting your borne grounds gladly furnished without obligation. THE MILLANE NURSERIES AND TREE EXPERT CO., INC. CROMWELL, CONN. Funeral Home 142 So. Main St. West Hartford Since 1880, Di1lon's has kept faith with succeeding genera- f01' tions, always serving with high staniijrds ind at fair and rea- D I U-ON' 5 THOMSON'S 53 Main St. Phone 2-1149 Y Y.t GENGRAS MOTORS INC. Distributors of LINCOLN ZEPHYR and MERCURY MOTOR CARS PHOTOGRAPHY Groups arid Views in the Epilogue made by HEBERT STUDIOS, INC. 55 Allyn Street Hartford, Conn. Q FOX ECO es1Aausv-neo mv Hfuzrroao 92 - THANKS T O YOU! Fox's, 92 years young, is your store, Con- necticutfs store. A store made great by the patronage of Connecticut's people- employing 1708 Connecticut employees -owned by Connecticut capital. That's how Fox,s has grown to: 92 - THANKS TO YOU! THE D. G. STOUGHTON CO. 4 SAFE DRUG STORES Physician's Sc Hospital Supplies HOSPITAL BEDS . . BEDSIDE-TABLES WHEELCHAIRS . . . CRUTCHES . . DIATHERMIA APPARATUS . . SUNLAMPS . . . FOR SALE OR RENT HARTFORD 8: WEST HARTFORD Compliments of CLASS OF 1942 Compliments of AHERN FUNERAL HOME, INC. ' a Is PHOTOGRAPHY your HOBBY? Let us show you how to increase its scope and also save money with ARGUS CAMERAS and ACCESSORIES HEBERT STUDIOS, INC. S5 Allyn Street Hartford, Conn. W. A. CROSSCUP, INC. General Painting Contractors Tel. 2-4096 Church Work a Specialty 372 Trumbull St.-Hartford, Conn. Comfllimcnts of SAINT JOSEPH COLLEGE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION Compliments of CLASS or 1941 Comjzlimcnts of HARTFORD BUICK COM- PANY This Summer . . Shop at any of SAGE-ALLEN'S Three Stores . SAGE-ALLEN IN HARTFORD . SAGE-ALLEN,S WEST HARTFORD BRANCH . SAGE-ALLEN,S SAYBROOK BRANCH Fro-joy ,Ice Cream produced under Sealtest System gives the consumer plus value which is briefly defined as follows: Constant scientific su- pervision and sanitary control of the raw mate- rials and finished products with the result of unsurpassed quality and fiavor, only pure mate- rials are used. Year round monthly specials provide the house- wife with a tasty dessert suited to any household budget, tested recipes are furnished by the Seal- test Kitchen in Radio City. Fancy individual forms and cakes are made for all occasions, ap- propriately decorated for holidays, weddings, etc. GENERAL ICE CREAM CORPORATION 51 Walnut St. Hartford, Conn. 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University of St Joseph - Epilogue Yearbook (West Hartford, CT) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 17

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