Ursuline School - Eidolon Yearbook (New Rochelle, NY)
- Class of 1979
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MISS RAPHAELLA ALBANO MRS EILEEN BULGER
MRS VERA BOUTENEFF MISS LINDA CALABRO
MRS JOAN BRESCIA SR HELEN CONNER
MRS. KENLEY BRENNER MRS. SUANNE CULLIGAN
MISS CAMILLE DECANIO
MRS. JUDITH DUFFY
SR. IRENE ENGLISH
SR MARY ELLEN FOSTER
SR MAURA ANN FREDRICK
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MS ELIZABETH KINIZING
SR MARY JO LYONS
MRS. MARGARET MACNEIL MRS. MARY JANE MCCANN
SR. ELEANOR MALONEY SR, JANET MCDONALD
SR. MARIETTA MARINAN MRS. PATRICIA MEYERS
Guidance Department Math
SR. ANN MAYNARD MRS. AIDA MIELE
MISS IEANNE MORCONE MRS MAUREEN O'BRIAN
SR AGNES NEVILLE SR KATHLEEN O'CONNELL
Enghsh Lac Guldance
SR THERESA NOEL MRS LINDAO CONNER
Sclence EI'lgllSh and Hi51ZOI'y
SR. ST. MATTHEW NORTHROP MISS MILAGROS PENA
Science ' Language
SR LAURA ANNE PRIMEAU
SR MICHAEL RYAN
SR CAROL RANGES MRS MARY SCARELLA
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MRS MARY RIVIELLO SR GRACE SHOI-IPI
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MISS SUSAN STANLEY
MRS EILEEN SUPPES MRS JEAN TROTTA
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MRS MARCELLA SYRACUSE . RUTH ANN TULLY
MRS. ALICE TAYLOR MRS. DENISE WADE
Ass. Vice Principal Science
MISS BETH THOMPSON SR. DORIS T. WALBRIDGE
SR. MAUREEN WELCH SR. JOAN WOODCOME
Religion Vice Principal
MRS. SHARMAN WHEATLEY MISS TERESA WRIGHT
. HELEN TONEATTO
. BETTY FITZHARRIS
MARY LOU MCCARTHY
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of turning the world
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Don't ever, don't ever leave rne.
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The "silly question" is the first intimation of some
totally new development.
I've been afraid of change cause I've built rny life
around you - but time made you grow bolder even
children get older and I'm getting older too -
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MARY ANNE BLACKWOOD
Though each man is unique he is less than himself
if his uniqueness is not fullfilled through his part
in the common goal.
All these places had their moments with lovers
and friends I still can recall. Some are dead and
some are living in my life I've loved them all. Neil
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One of the most wasted days is one in
have not laughed.
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CI-IRIS CAMPANARO STASIA CAMPBELL
And I would turn the pages back but There's nothing noble in being superior to some
time will not allow. body else - the only real nobility IS being superior
The way these days just rip along to your former self.
too fast to last Whitney M Young Sr
tOO vast, too StI'OI1g.
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Friends, yes we rnust ever
be friends, and of all who
offer you friendship
Let me be ever the first,
the nearest and dearest.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
"I know tomorrow
will still be the same, '
'cause we've got a life of love
that won't ever change . .
I'm Sorry . . . I Forgot . . . the yellow ones.
Memories from the corners of my mind, misty
watery colors, memories from the way we were.
Scattered pictures of the smiles we left behind,
smiles we gave to one another of the way we were.
Can it be it was all so simple then or has time re-
written every line. If we had the chance to do it all
again, could we, would we memories . . .
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KATHLEEN CI-IARLA PILAR CINTRON
Don't walk in front of me Live Everyday as if it were your last because one
I may not follow day it will be.
Don't walk behind me
I may not lead
just walk beside me
And be my friend.
You give but little when you give of your pos-
It is when you give of yourself that you truely give.
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MARY ELLEN CO1-IAN
"poems, prayers and promises
all the things that we believe in
how right it is to love someone
how sweet it is to care
how long it's been since yesterday
and what about our dreams
and all the memories we've shared."
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To see a world in a grain of sand,
to hold infinity in the palm of your hand.
And a heaven in a Wildflower,
and eternity in just one hour.
Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep-
But I would Search everywhere
just to hear your call
And walk upon stranger roads than this one
In a world I used to know before
I miss you more.
Thanks for the times that you've given me, the
memories are all in my mind. "MAME",
HBIRDIEH, "EDDIE", AMITY, IONA, LATE
STARTS, YEAH HELLO, PARP, BEANIE, MISSY,
BILLY B., CATS, UNCLE FREDDIE, L.D., PJ.,
I.D., KC., S.N., V.B., SL., N.Y.C.
"Why must you waste your life away? You've
got to live for today."
All the yesterdays were an experience
which should be remembered . . .
All the tomorrows are a mystery
which should be fully enjoyed . . . TOCA!
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LINDA DELLICARRI KATHLEEN D'ONOPRIO
Bless you wherever you are "Don't look behind you,
Windswept child on a shooting star for it is only the past.
Restless spirits depart Carry on ahead of you and
Still we're deep in each other's hearts "we" will be the future."
We all admire maturity, selflessness and com-
passion but no one is born with these qualities.
Circumstances give us the opportunity to acquire
them. It's not what happens to us, but how we take
it that counts.
Thanks for the times that you've given mei
The memories are all in my mind . . .
Keep you feet on the ground
and keep reaching for the stars.
There can be no rainbow
without a cloud and a storm.
We can never replace the hour of splendor in the
grass, or glory in the flower. But grieve not, and
yet find strength in what remains ahead.
The present will soon be the past, for the past
will hold all of my dreams and thoughts, which I
will cherish forever.
Wait a little while to welcome
What you're after
Give it the time to find its way to you
And soon as you no longer try
You'll turn and find it
Standing by your side
"I love to laugh!"
A friend is one who knows you as you are-
Understands where you've been-
Accepts who you've become-
And still gently invites you to grow . . .
Thanks for the time and words.
But most of all-thanks for the friendship.-CI-l8:MS
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"Nothing great was ever achieved without en-
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Make a wish and dream a dream .
No matter how unreal they seem,
tomorrow's beautiful and new
and filled with dreams that will co
Friends I will remember you,
Think of you, pray for you.
And when another day is through
I'll still be friends with you.
May God's blessings keep you always
May your wishes all come true
May you always do for others
and others do for you
May you build a ladder to the stars
and climb on every rung
And may you stay forever youngi
NANCY FRAI-IER MARIORIE PROMAN
The future always arrives a little before you're We got time to think of the ones we love
ready to give up the present. As the miles roll away
But the only time that seems too short
Is the time that we get to play
True friends are like diamonds,
precious, but rareg
False friends are like autumn leaves
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JUAN GONZALEZ KATHRYN HEADEN
Well, I've been afraid of changing 'cause I've built Friendship is Friendship
my life around you. But time makes you bolder, Love i5 Love
even children get older and I'm getting older too. It's great to have Friendship
But even better to have Love.
Thanx for all of it
A., D., P., and "The Gang"
Those who have the courage to act,
find their horizons unlimited.
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. . And if you have loved well then it will have
been worth it and the joy of it will last you through
the end . .
It's a new horizon and I'm awakin' now
Oh I see myself in a brand new way
The sun is shinin' the clouds are breakin'
The road is calling - Today is the day.
"What a long, strange trip it's been."
And since we're only here for a while
Might as well show some style
Give us a smile.
PS. Always think of others first and you will come
out ahead, Sunshine on the waters looks so lovely.
All these places had their moments, With lovers 8:
friends I've loved them all. Pegleg, casts, SF, rain-
bow, activities, Mitten, weather, JSTHD, altar,
ZUF, Feelin groovy, IONA, affairs, Woo, How em-
barrassing, popcorn, Mont, Proms, DD, Rings,
Freebird, Beachy, Stifle! Dad, PBMFMSMMLDLK,
Plays, parties, whiterock, pretty
I remember every little thing as if it happened only
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"Some day, after mastering the winds, the waves,
the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the
energies of love and then, for a second time in the
history of the world, man will have discovered
Pierre Teilhard deChardin
"Yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is
only a vision, But today, well lived, makes every
yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomor-
row a vision of hope."
You ain't seen nothing yet.
"I slept and dreamed that life was beautyg
I woke and found life was a duty."
Ellen Sturgis Hooper
I looked for my soul
but my soul I could not see.
I looked for my God
but my God eluded me.
I looked for a friend
and then I found all three.
"Be humble and you will remain entire. The sage
does not display himself, therefore he shines. He
does not glory in himself therefore he excels."
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"Though I know I'Il never lose affection,
For people and things that went before,
I know I'Il often stop and think about them,
In my life I Iove you more."
Some men see things as they are
and ask why?
I dream things that never were
and ask why not?
Robert F. Kennedy
"Life is what you make it."
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I have no preconcieved ideas
of how life ought to be.
I just take each day as it comes
and hope that it takes me.
It's a town full of losers,
I'rn pullin' out of here to win.
You've got to get up every
Morning with a smile on
Your face and show the
World all the love in your
Heart and people gonna
Treat you better.
Your gonna find, yes you will,
That you're as beautiful as you feel.
If I could save time in a bottle
I'd save everyday like a treasure
And then again I would spend them
I'll miss youg I love you! Good luck!
Each happiness of yesterday is a memory for
We are capable of greater love than we know when
we seek the gift of charity . . . and our compassion
can conquer mountains.
They deem me mad because I will not
sell my days for goldg
And I deem them mad because they
think my days have a price.
"Hey, hey, my my,
There's more to the picture than meets the eye
Everyone I've ever known has wished me well
Anyway thats how it seems, it's hard to tell.
Maybe people only ask you how your doing
'Cause that's easier then letting on how little
they could care.
But when you know that you've got a real friend
Suddenly all the others are so much easier to bear.
ANNE MONS CELIA MONTELEONE
Do not ever live for someone else.
This does not say do not love themi,
But you must live for yourself-
Always proud, always beautiful . . .
All my life's a circle
And I can't tell you why.
Seasons spinning round again
The years keep rolling by,
I look to the see
Reflections in the waves
spark my memory
Some happy, some sad
I think of childhood friends
And the dreams we had
"Sudden call shouldn't take away the
All in all the journey takes you all
As apart from any reality that you've
ever seen and known."
If I leave here tomorrowg would you
still remember me.
I must be traveling on nowg cause there's
too many places, I've got to see.
If I stay here with you now: things
just couldn't be the same.
I'm as free as a bird nowg and this
bird you'll never change.
Silence is the understanding of fools,
and one of the virtues of the wise.
"Of poems, prayers, and promises
And things that we believe in
I-low sweet it is to love someone
How right it is to care
How long its been since yesterday
And what about tomorrow
And what about our dreams
And all the memories we shared"
Remember the precious moments
the laughter . . . the love . . . the tears . .
the special people,
Then move on and follow your dreams
but never forget . . . those precious times
JULIA REISS LYNN RICCI
Like the morning sun you come D0n't think it won't happen
And like the wind you go. just because it hasn't happened yet
Ain't no time to hate, LB
Barely time to wait.
All I want to know is
Where does the time go?
I'd love to stick around
but I'm running behind.
You know I don't even
know what I'm hoping to find
Running into the sun.
"Never worry about where your going . . .
As long as your on your way"
The greatest thing in this world is not so much
where we stand, as in what direction we are going.
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. . . after the thrill is gone . . . Catarnont . . . Vin-
cents CHCSLCO . . . jr. Ret . . . 2 A's . . . PfSzME . ..
Ir. Prom . . . closet WXAS . . . Ryan . . . Sr. Ring Day
. . .Vincents wfRain?? Datona please!! DSLB, Grad,
Kr Prom I LUV U ALL, Thank you for being a
friend but be on your way.
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Goodl morning yesterday, you wake up and times
have slipped away, and suddenly its hard to find
the memories you left behind. Remember? Do
you remember the times of your life?
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A "We must live in the present. If we dwell in the
past, we will lose the present."
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I believe the future is only the past again, entered
through another gate.
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CATHERINE SEARS MARY SI-IELLEY
"Though nothing can bring back the Take your time-think alot
Hour of Splendor in the grass or Think of all the tl1iI1gS Y0l1'V6
glory in the flower, we will grieve not, got, for you will still be
rather find strength in what remains behind." here tomorrow but your dreams
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Friendship is the comfort, the inexpressible com-
fort of feeling safe with a person having neither
to weigh thoughts nor measure words.
Old friends cannot be created out of hand. Nothing
can match the treasure of common memories, of
trials endured together, of quarrels and recon-
ciliations and generous emotions.
ANNE MARIE STAUDT
"I'd rather laugh with the sinners than cry with
the saints. The sinners have much more fun. You
know that only the good die young."
Love when you can,
Cry when you have to,
Be who you must,
It's part of the plan.
Await your arrival
With simple survival,
One day we'll all understand.
MARIA SUAREZ MAUREEN SULLIVAN
Sharing our time
Sharing our thoughts
Sharing our laughter
Sharing our fears
May God share His heaven
you and with me.
Remernbef that what you posess
In life will be found at the
Day of your death to belong to
Someone elseg but what you
Are will be yours forever.
And as I watch the drops of rain,
weave their weary paths and die,
I know that I am like the rain,
before the grace of you go I.
I you love something
set it free.
If it returns to you
It is yours to keep
If it doesn't it never was.
I want to live
I want to grow
I want to see
I want to know
There are two ways of spreading light:
to be the candle
or the mirror that reflects it.
"God gave us our memories so that we might have
roses in December.
james M. Barrie
SANDY TULLY STEPHANIE TURCO
"We may never pass this way againg so I wanna Even if being together is only a memory, it shall
laugh while the laughing is easy." be agmemory we will always have.
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strong, among the weak
And I ask them to the shortcut to the
answers that I seek
But it seems nobody understands what
is and what will be
Oh, the question of my childhood
weave a web of mystery
If you do not understand my silence,
you will not understand my words.
Loves does not consist in gazing at each other, but
in looking together in the same direction.
SHARON WATSON ANN MARIE WOLPE
A friend is a person with
whom you dare to be yourself
You need not guard your thoughts
or words with him. Your soul
can be free-he understands.
DONNA ZUKOVICH KELLI RUDOLPH
"If the stars are in my corner I'll have love and
laughter . . . This day belonged to me."
God wills that I reach heaven and He grants me
the means. All I have to do is give my consent: to
decide to walk the path the Lord has marked out
for me and walk it well.
Fr. James Alberione, S.S.P.
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Vier 2nd row- C. McLoughlin, A. De la Guardia, C. Stella, A. Peloso, E. Pateras, A. Carley, M. Pierleoni, N. McAuliffe, M.A.
Reynolds, 3rd row- M. McDermott, D. Calcagni, -, -, L. Caron, L. Mitchell, C. Griffin, A. Samela, A. DeLuca, A. Risoli, L.
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MRS. MEYERS HOMEROOM: lst row- J. Puglia, T. Ward, K. Burns, D. Coupe, M. Quartam, 2nd row- A. Nakamura, C. De-
Simone, M. Giannone, W. Bisordi, B. Lovell, C. Costa 3rd row- Mrs. Meyers, M. Merritt, S. Ryan, G. Vidal, R, Bye, V. Whitfield,
S. Robine, A.M. Brauner, K. Licata, G. Pope
MISS PENA'S HOMEROOM: lst row- L. Giovanelli, A. Doherty, K. Phelan, 5. Black, S. Priore, I. Capasso 2nd row- C. Mee-
nan, A. Quinn, B. Schaefer, K. Maloney, L. Cuneo, R. Mungo, 3rd row- A. Kelly, L. Giovanelli, R. Talbert, K. Heede, C. Rornita,
C. Longo, G. Alleva, L. Recine, Miss Pena
SR, MAUREEN'S HOMEROOM: lst row- B, Rooney, L. Egan, M. Delaney, R. Coco, B. Cold 2nd row- M. O'Friel, T. Ryan
B. Gould, T. Faustini, D. O'Neil, R. Salvatore, T. Pugliese 3rd row- M, Bogen, I.. Castano, M.A. Sore, M.A, Scorese, L. Eng-
lish, K. McDonald, P. Lent, N. Burrell
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S. Molloy, G. Camus, M. Levesque, C. McCabe, R. Flanagan, K. Shelley, M. Grant, D. Minchillo, L. Hew, 3. Szabo, E. Dihdarzo,
S. Dilfrisco, L. Maguire, A. O'Neill, MB. McGrath, R. Voli
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Clune, A. Capasso, S. Kelly, j. Provetta, L. Ferone, K. Martin, K. Mouracade 3rd row- M. Sxcxlxano, A. C-oclsey, K. Ambrose,
A. Quarles, M. Cox, J. jenkins, K. Bisconti, S. Santucci, D. Parker, Sr. Eleanor
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MISS KINTZINGS HOMEROOM: lst row- C. Reilly, L. McCarthy, M. Boulstad, F. Lanoe, MJ. Devaney, L. Calderazzo,
C. Sausto 2nd row- E. Miressi, S. Harriot, M. Parrelly, K. Gascione, R. Allessi, C. Fiorillo, D. Toneatto 3rd row- D. Greco, A.
Costello, C. Kantar, C, Smith, A. Madden, j. Willis, A. Charles, T. Neil
MISS LETTERAB HOMEROOM: 1st row- M. Biscoglio, J. DiPietro, M, Flanagan, 5. Fay. J. Stephens, P. Molloy, L. Orsi
2nd row- M. Polachi, C. Bayd, A. Coupe, K. Marrone, A. Gillen, S. Irwin, C. McMurray,.E. Samios 3rd row- E. Kehoe, K. Gue-
rin, S. Tully, D. Campisi, A. Romano, J. Loveless, I.. Shanon, M. Clark, Miss Lettera
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SR. MARY ELLEN? HOMEROOM: lst row- C. Trihardjo, C. Mohr, C. Nyland, P. Alter, C. Faustini, P. Kearney 2nd row-
A. Ivarcme, C. Greene, K. Campbell, L. Barzelatto, S. Devine, L. Sofia, D. Rogers, N. Cibulay, C, McGoldrick, Y. Platania 3rd
row- T. Coughlin, E. Serrilli, D. Garvey, A. Fitzgerald, A. Lawrence, R. Marciano, P. Sabatino, F. Wood, Sr. Mary Ellen Foster
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2nd row- P. Sauers, D. Nargi, M. Lynch, M. Shabayz, M. Shabayz, N. Farrah, S. Baccardi, T. Abene 3rd row- N. Gramaglia,
A. McTigue, j. Daly, H. Lankester, K. Puris, M. Massa, A. Hautsis, P. Chaban, M, Caiola, A. Coppola, Sr. Ruth Ann
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die, M. Blakley, C. Tralker, T. Sarris, D. Ferrucci, F. Jones, A. Bruno 3rd row- D, Pemberton, M. McLean, K. Mulshine, L. Han-
son, A. Proman, L. Colosi, S. Cappelli, D. Emanuel, L. I.aMonte, Mrs. Wade
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S. Robertson, F. Coutsodontis, R. Nurse. 3rd row-S. Jordan, C. Brusco, A. van den Bossche, j. Hopko, E. Taracido.
Mrs. Brescia's class: lst row-C. Fay, C. Mcteigue, H. Huber, M, Calafato, E. Hemming, P, Thomas. 2nd row- N. Brindley, A. Ciara-
mella, L. Capasso, M. C-alanakis, T. Queen. 3rd row' M. Rothmann, M, Alleva, P. Mastrangelo, K. Kremenezky, Y, Shimizu, A.
O'Friel, T. Edmonds
Mrs. O'Conner's class: lst row- A. Silva, J. Larrabee, j. Hornabrook, T. Rodriquez, J. Egclorf. 2nd row- S. Said, S. Clemente, D.
Ouchterloney, N. Bolan, T. Roccos, C. Mansfield. 3rd row- T. Clarkson, A. Annechiarico, M. Burke, C. Phipps, A. Liquorie, C. Mc-
Erlean, A, DePiano.
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Mrs. Wheatley's class: lst row- L, Ressequie, A. Rizzo, B. MCC-rath, E, Murphy, D. Sofia, 2nd row- C. Trim, M. Cohan, M. Aquilino
D. Stantangelo, K. Phelan, M. Hardart. 3rd row- S, Lupero, T. Mitchell, M. Meehan, C. Cicero, F. Callozzi, D. Biancardi, C. Elmo
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lst row- L, Carron, B. Rooney, L. McEvoy, D, McGrath, M. Nyland, D, Nargi, 2nd row- G. Camas, K. McCabe, MJ. Meagher 3rd
row- L. Loveless, V. McCourt, T, Amend, R, Flanagan, M. Quinn, M. Delaney, M. Shabazz, D. Simmons
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lst row- L. Maguire, T. Amend, V. McCourt, R. Flanagan, M. Quinn, 2nd row- M. Hertzog, L. English, M.A. Scorese 3rcl row- A.
McTigue, T. Levesque, L. Carton, C. McCabe, B. Rooney, D. McGrath, S. Stanley
Ist row- M. McDermott, E. Samios, A. Capasso, 2nd row- E. Pateras, M, Quartaro, A. Lawrence, W. Bisordi, 3rd row- A, Stephens
j.A. Campisi, S. Turco, V. Cassone, C. Monteleone
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lst row' D. Simmons, D. Nargi, A. Mons, M.A. Nyland, T. Ward 2nd row' V. McCourt, M.A. Scorese, K. Rooney, B. Rooney, L.
Carton 3rd row- B. Cousin, C. Camas, K. McCabe, B. Schaefer, M.j, Meagher, C. Carpenter, N. McAuliffe, M. Pierleoni, T. Amend
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Finneran, M. Fink lCaptainj, M. Cold KCO-Captainj
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1st row- A. Marzziotti, T. Bianchi, L. Casabianca, A. McGrath, N. Brindley 2nd row- C. Mansfield, A. Silva, L. Capasso, P. Garrison,
K. Kremenezky, 3rd row- B. Gold, S. Promuto, A. DePiano, S. Promuto, C. Brusco, A. van den Bossche
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1st row- C. Flanagan, A. Quinn, N. Burroll, J. Reiss, T. Rohan, L. Porenza, S. McDermott, L. Eggactly, L. Eggstemperanious, C.
Camus, N. Bolan Zncl row- M.B. McGrath, j. Mallay, P. Lent, J. Rohan, D. Squilla, P. Eigo, M.E. Cohan, R. Lang, A. Mons, A. Staudt,
K. Zuannelli, L. Maguire, I. Cianini 3rd row- M. McNamara, P. Telaldi, E. Pateras, B. Lovell, K. Heede, M,E. Shelley, L. Delicarri,
D. Coupe, C. DeSimone, L. Cwiovanelli, A. Lawrence, C-. McGrath, C. Sears, C. Eriscia, T. Rodriques, K. Shelley, N. Row, C, Greco,
M. Fink, A. O'Neil, B. Corbo, L. Dellort, M. Lancaster, C. Lewis
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lst row- N. Bolan, E. McGrath, B. MCC-rath, L. Dellicarri, 2nd row- E. Pateras, C. Mosco, M. Giannone, W. Bisordi, R. Talbert, L
Nero 3rd row- P. O'Brien, j. Faga, T. Levsque, S. Taylor, P. O'Brien, S. Longo, M. Clemanza, M. LaGreca
lst row- D. Maier, A. Iavarone, A. Capasso, A. Bruno 2nd row- C. Ciachetto, R, Voli, I. Dibisceglie, 3rd rowe P. Musilli, I. Cianini,
M. Annechiarico, D. Cardile, A. Madden
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P. O'Brien, A, O'Neil, K. Caron, D. Curtain, I. Rippa 3rd row- C. Camas, L. Loveless, A. Doherty, R. Iflannagan, M. Quinn, K, Swee-
ney, J. Furey, T. Levesque, N. Rowe 4th row! M. Bernard, P, Musilli, j. Payne, I. Duffy, A. Stevens, C, Meenan, M. McDermott, C
lst row- M. Flanagan, A. Magistro, D. Emanuel 2nd row- L. Delicarri, M. Fink, M. Micek, A. Mercurio, G. O'Neil, M. McNamara
D. Zukovich 3rd row- M.A. Clemenza, M. Bogen, P. Musilli, I. Dibisceglie, L. Cardile, J.M. Gonzalez, S. Clerkin, M.L. Cold, Dl
lst row- T. Castilla, P. Thomas, L. Capasso, A. Mercurio, S. Lupero, A. Annechiarico, A. DePiano, j.M. Gonzalez, 2nd row- M.A.
Calafato, T. Ryan, E. Georgiev, A, Tsamparlis, Mrs. Riviello, A. Blackwood, I. Payne, I. Duffy, j. jefferson 3rd row- R. Nurse, j.
Lundie, P. Chaban, J. Monaco, A. Morcone, S. Longo, A. Rella, E. DiMarzo, M. Caragine, G. O'Neil, M. McNamara, D. Zukovich,
B. Cousin, S, Turco, L. Cardile, D. Campisi
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
lst row - K. Martin, M. Pink, L. Dellicarri, D. Titch, M. Humphreys 2nd row - A. Magistro, M. Murray, P, O'Brien, I. Toterhi, M. Var-
richio, 3rd row - A. Mercurio, A. Blackwood, M,I.. Cold, C. Clemenza
JUNIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
DANC -DA C
The Dance Club has been moderated by Mrs. Brenner for the past several years. During this time, she has put
on many productions all of which have been great successes. The size of the club is the largest it has ever
been. It is hoped that the Dance Club will continue to grow in the fashion it has this year.
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L. Shanon 2nd row - M. Massa, M. Shabazz, D. Pamberton, A. Froman, D. Moran, Mrs. Brenner, T. Faustini, M. Carragine, L. Recine,
P. Chaben, Cv. O'Neill
The beam, the mats, and the uneven barsp the Gymnastics Club has got it all! With the help this year of Miss
Kintzing, the club has really out done itself. Everyone who joins becomes at least better coordinated, if not a
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A. McGrath, B. Gold, J. Stephens, S. Ryan, A. Peloso, L. Cappasso
The Glee Club was formed four years ago and since then it has grown in popularity and size. This year it per-
formed two major concerts: one at Christmas time and the other during the Spring. Under the direction of
Barbara Wack these concerts were both very successful. During the course of the year it also sang at various
local nursing homes and brought music to the older people in the area. It also performed several informal
concerts for example, at Christmas time for the student body, at "The Fair" in the Spring, and at various
meetings at school.
Glee Club consists of approximately forty members and all those participating in the club are dedicated to
making it a great success. Well, C1lee Club has been a great success and will surely continue to improve in
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Forensics may be defined as the art of public speaking. However, this definition does not fully explain the
many qualities that forensics requires and develops. Forensics is not only a lesson in articulation. It enables
the speaker to enhance personal qualities such as those of self-confidence and discipline. Such personal assets
are invaluable in life.
However, this explanation should not present the false concept that forensics is all work and no play. Foren-
sic contests enable one to meet interesting and varied people. This not only adds to one's social life, but it
also aides in developing a well-rounded personality.
Forensics, when taken in the right spirit, is a lot of fun!
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C. Mendez, K. Lewis
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The sewing club might be small but it is certainly successful. The new moderators this year are Mrs. Culli-
gan and Mrs. Meyers. They are responsible for having taught the girls skills they will be able to use for the
rest of their lives.
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The Social Awareness Club has been extremely active this year under the leadership of Maura Mclnerney.
Raising money and collecting clothing and other necessities for the flood victims of Appalachia has been
their biggest project this year. However, they have also been busy in the local areas by visiting such places
as nursing homes and jails. Their efforts have not gone unnoticed to the many people to whom they have
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Flanagan 3rd row - J. Szabo, Sr. janet, M. Mclnerney, D. Litteaur, C. McCabe, Mrs. Bolger, C. Mendez, H. Baglantsis, L. Loveless, I. Fury,
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The Riding Club really had a great year. With Mrs. Wheatley as coordinator, the group has had a lot of fun.
Being all regular riders, the members have done a good job of showing off their style at Boulder Brook, where
they usually ride. Good going girls!
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The Drama Club has had a smashing year. With the success of their production "Twelve Angry Men," the
girls hard work and effort came shining through. They are hoping that next year they will grow to be an
even bigger group, and will be able to put on many rnore productions.
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F. jones 3rd row Y S. Santiucci, A. Colisi, E. Hartnett, R. Gomez, S, Curtler, M, Wieder, M, Bogen I
Herb garden anyone? Well the Science Club has grown one, and from the looks of it, it simply will not stop.
The club has mostly young members, but they are hoping this will change next year. Who knows, you could
be looking at the next Madame Curry.
Left to Right: E. Georgieo, K. Phelan, N. Bolen, T. Ryan
This club has always been Ursuline's favorite. With the help of the entire Art Department, the club was full
of action. From making paper mache' mid evil unicorns to modern day Matisse cut outs, the club brought out
the artistic ability in everyone who joined.
lst row - A. Carley, S. Irwin, I.. Pile, C. Alleva, K. Stella, R. Salvettorie, A. DePiano, C. McErlean, 1. Rippa 2nd row - L. Innamorta, M.
Cataro, N. Cramalia, L. Castano, 5. jones, C. Muller, I. Cianino, M. Alleva 3rd row - Mrs. Wheatley, M. McNamara, I.. Magire, C.
McGloclin, E. Petrou, J. Stephens, D. Zuchovich, G. Pope, Mrs. Duffy, Ms. Thompson
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Unison is the school newspaper, which comes out once every two months. Its staff is made up of students
ranging from grade seven to grade twelve, with Maura Mclnerney as editor and Liz Augustine as feature
editor. Most of the articles deal with events and people related to the school, however, it also reports on
broader topics such as the music and fashion scene. As a result of the sfaffs' hard work, Unison kept the
school informed on what had happened and what was going to happen throughout the year.
lst row - P. Augustin, E. Samios, M. Mclnerney, A. Carley, A. Capasso, j. Purey 2nd row - A. Quinn, M. Quinn, L. Castano, M. Bogan, A.
Peloso, A. Cillin 3rd row - L. Giovanelli, L. McCarthy, MJ. Devaney, C. McCabe, L. Dellicarri, M.A, Scorese, P. O'Brien, D. Kearney,
M. Finneran, D. Titch, L. Augustin, Mrs. Taylor, Miss DeCanio
The Literary Magazine, better known as "The Works," is a collection of creative writings, such as short-
stories and poems, which can be submitted by teachers as well as students. Editor Margi Fink and Assistant
Editor Doreen Squilla screen each manuscript received with the help of their staff, and the entire club votes
as to whether the piece will be entered in the magazine. Moderator Sr. Mary Io overlooks the whole process
and gives her advice when it is needed. "The Works" has been responsible for discovering many gifted wri-
ters and for allowing the school to recognize their talents.
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With leaders Sue Taylor and Gail O'Neil, the Black Essence Society has had a tremendous year. With many
new young members, Sue and Gail have put the club on firm ground for the next several years. Hopefully, it
will continue to grow even more.
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Walker, G. jones, H. Douglas 2nd row - J. Lundi, D. Pamberton, D. Simmons, -, K. Trim, L. Hew, L. Woodriffe, T. Withrow, L.
Richardson, M, Shabazz, P. Watkins, 3rd row - D. O'Neill, A. Blackwood, F. Said, D. Rogers, S. Said, N. Farrah, T. Mitchell, H. Thomas,
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MUS C -MUSIC-
This is not only the youngest club at Ursuline, it is also the louclest. Mrs. Rivello, with her talented voice and
spontaneous guitar playing, has set the stage for many new aspiring musicians.
lst row - T. Ryan, Mrs. Riviello, C. Reilly 2nd row - F. Collazzi, N. Bolan, T. Mitchell, L. Cappasso
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The Yearbook Club is made up of three sections: the editorial staff, the photography staff, and the sales staff.
Editors Deanne McGrath and Marilyn Murray, Assistant Editor Linda McEvoy, and the entire staff have
worked hard to make the 1979 yearbook the best ever. Mrs. O'Conner, moderator of the club, helped the girls
in their battle against blank roles of film and missing materials in order to meet their deadlines. Well, all the
deadlines were met and thanks to all of those people who worked so hard on it, it has become the success the
staff had hoped it would be
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derator Mrs. Robertaccio matches students who are having trouble in a certain course with someone who has
already taken the course and done well in it. These two students are then left on their own to meet with each
other as often as the tutoring is needed. Not only has this club enabled students to do better in their studies
but it has also allowed the tutors to refresh their memories in courses they may have taken three years ago.
Thus, both the tutor and the one being tutored profit.
lst row - P. O'Brien, D. O'Neill, Mrs, Robertaccio, A. Dogherty, 2nd row - E. Georgeive, A, Magistro, C. Clemenza
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WHAT E ER H PPE ED TO THE
CINDY ARRED Professor at Brown Umversrty
LIZ AUGUSTIN Strll frllrng out college applrcatlons
SUE BENZA After 10 years of courtlng Lawrence they tre the knot
ANN BLACKWOOD U S Drplomat
SANDY BRUCATO Trymg to frnd more Actronff
PEGGY BUDERWITZ Has her own column All you ever wanted to know that dldnt happen
CHRIS CAMPANARO Owner of the Drrftwood Motel Daytona Florrda
STASIA CAMPBELL Photographer for Play Grrl
JOANNE CAMPISI Whrte House Operator
GINA CAPPELLI Now Mrs Rrnaldr Colavrto Gregorro Nazarow etc
LISA CARDILE Member of the Han Krlshner movement
VERA CASSONE Parkrng attendant at the Waldorf
KATHY CHARLA Head of Ursulrne s Mother s Auxrlary
PILAR CINTRON Tour Gurde at the Spanlsh Embassy
CAROLYN CLEMENZA Fourth rn a Barber Shop Quartet
SUE CLERKIN After graduatmg Magna Cum Laude from Harvard she now heads the Dept of Samtatlon
MARY ELLEN COHAN Author of the book I-Iow to have 111 krds and stxll look great
ELIZA COLEMAN Supreme Court justnce and one proud Amencan'
KATHY COLLINS Stlll makrng up gym classes
KIM CONWAY Frnally buys a real mrnk coat
BARBARA COUSIN Chref manager of Mobrl gas statron
KATIE DARCY Dellvers smgmg telegrams
LESLIE DEICH Stull trymg to sneak frog parts from the Bro Lab
MARY DELASHO After fallmg rn love wrth bearded men she grows her own
KATHY D ONOFRIO Tryrng to sell her 65 Chevy to buy a 66 Chevy
PA'I'I'Y EIGO Made headlrnes of Natronal Inqulrer Patty Prep wed Vrto Vrncenzo
JEN FAGA Frnally runs away from home at age 27
ROSEANN FANTINO After years of practrce at the school bookstore she opens her own
PHYLLIS FARANO Involved rn the Whnte Aslan Trrangle
KATHY FARRELL Models for Perfect Sleeper
KIM FERRIS Mlss Vogue for 1989
MARGI FINK Braun Surgeon at Ernstem Hosprtal
MARGARET FINNERAN Strll wrshmg she d asked I D to at least one formal
FRAN FIORE Linebacker for the New York jets
MEG FISHER Frrst woman to jorn the Yankees
GAIL FLANAGAN Now does Colgate Commerclals
COLLEEN FOGARTY Mrs Steve Martm
LORRAINE FORENZA Strll searchrng on Mountarn Avenue
NANCY FRAHER Strll lookrng for the Shertan rn the crty
MAIORIE FROMAN Alto ln the church chror
MARIE GOLD Becomes Professronal Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader
JOAN GONZALEZ Lrvrng rn Marserlles wrth an artrst named Yves
KATHY HEADEN Cornered the market 1n blue eye shadow
DEBRA HOOGESTRAAT Owner of a Recesse s Peanut Butter Factory
MAUREEN HUMPHREYS Actlng rn Shakespeare plays on Broadway frequently fallmg on the daggar
DENISE KEARNEY The next Erma Bombeck of the Whxte House
RITA LANG Funeral drrector at an old age home
DEBBIE LARUSSO Mascot for Iona Prep
PEGGY LEAHY Head of Orthopedrcs at Lawrence Hospxtal
LAURA LEANZA Cuts her llst from 45 to 12
DEIRDRE LITTAUER Strll usmg the toothpaste she collected for Appalachra
KATE MACNIVEN Takes over the charn of Smoke 8: Tokes
ANGELA MAGISTRO Became a French Professor
MARYANNE MANIATIS Strll on vacatron
SUE MANLEY A Short and Sassy Grrl
KATHY MARTIN Head of the organlzatron Speak Out
ANDREA MAURIELLO Gets hormone shots and grows 3 feet
LINDA DELLICARRI-Head janitor at Ursuline I
CLASS OP "7 "
JANICE MAZZELLA-Her body finally catches up to her legs
SHEILA MCDERMOTT-Owner of the Beechmont
AGGIE MCERLEAN-Laughed to death . . .
LINDA MCEVOY-Sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of "Inge"
DEANN MCGRATH-President of A.A.
EVE MCGRATH-Torn between 10 lovers
MAURA MCINERNEY-Lives in a 100 room mansion in the heart of Applachia
MARNELL MCNAMARA-Missing Person
ANNE MERCURIO-At 27, she is still trying to make her debut
MAUREEN MICEK-Becomes Principal of the Ursuline Academy
SIOBHAN MOLLOYfTeacher's Aid for Sr. Irene
ANNE MONS-Author of the novel "How I Overcame Clumsiness"
CELIA MONTELEONE-First Female Dancing President
MARILYN MURRAY-Marries President of jostens American Yearbook Company-alias Marty
LINDA NAPPI-A manican at Henry Bendel's
MARY NUCITO-Her husband commits suicide after 1 day marriage-he couldnft take hearing one more story
PA'I'I'Y O'BRIEN-Takes up residence on 18 Roosevelt Avenue
GAIL O'NEILL-Becomes the next Beverly johnson
CHRIS PEDI-An off-off-off Broadway Star
KELLY QUIGLEY-Designs Pro-Keds
IULIA REISS-Skating partner with ELIZA COLEMAN
LYNN RICCI-Truant Officer
TESSA RODRIGUEZ-The new Mario Andretti
TERRY ROHAN-Still trying to cover up the roots
PEGGY ROONEY-Head cheerleader for the Giants
KELLI RUDOLPH-Still trying to figure out if R really comes after Z
FANA SAID-Still wondering if ther's double or single mod physics
LISA SALZANO-A tallwoman in the Barnum Bailey Circus
ANDREA SCELZA-Finds a curling iron that STRAIGHTENS her hair
BARBARA SCHRAFT-Ballet Dancer at the New York Met
CATHY SEARS-Inventor of the 100th flavor at Baskin Robbins
MARY SHELLEY-Still spending her summers hanging out at Ursuline's tennis courts
BETTE ANN SPELIOTIS-Still trying to beat Billy ,lean King
DOREEN SQUILLA-Freaks out on heroin and drops out of Amherst Law School
ANNIE STAUDT-The new Cousin It
ALICE STEPHENS-Still trying out for school plays
MARIA SUAREZ-Author of the best seller "Secrets From My Mother"
MAUREEN SULLIVAN-A stunt car driver
SUE TAYLOR-Still entertaining the minister
PAT TEDALDI-Wears natural fibers
DIANE TITCH-Owner of a health spa
CHRIS TOBIA-Social driector at a ski fesort
jUDY TOTERHI-Working at the Social Action Office in Ursuline
ANTIGONE TSAMPARLIS-Joined the "Village People"
MAUREEN TULLY-Fashion Coordinator and Top Model for Zacarros Tuxedoes
SANDY TULLY-Hanging out at the Mardi-Gras
STEPHANIE TURCO-Finally smiles
NORMA UBALDI-Now Sr. St, Norma, better known as the flying nun
SILVIA USEDA-Whitewashes graffiti off the undersides of tunnels
ANDRA VAN COTT-Gray haired with 17 kids and doing toothpaste commercials
MONIQUE VAN DER PLAS-English speech therapist
MICHELE VITALIANO-A missionary in Africa
LIZ WALSH-Living in Southern Comfort
SHARON WATSON-Quickly turns gray while waiting for peewee's and Kevin's phone call
ANN WOLFE-Replaced Barbara Walters
IEANNE WOODLOCK-Murdered by her husband Arthur because she wouldn't drink the draino
DONNA ZUKOVICH-Lifeguard at Saxon Woods Pool
MARJORIE VARRICHIO-Has gone through 4 years of Princeton and 12 years of marriage in only 10 years
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