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885 CcJitrc Street 
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NEWTON 

COLLEGE 

OF THE 

SACRED 



HEART 



I960 




THE INTERIOR 



SENIOR DIMENSION 



Profil 



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Scholastic Life 



Perspective 



TABL E Of rr, 

F c onte n 



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Student Government 



THE EXTERIOR 



Social Life 




THE DESIGN 



a blueprint of life at 
Newton as drawn up by 
the Class of 1960. 




DEDICATION 



We, the Class of I960, 

dedicate "The Well" 

to our parents in 

grateful appreciation 

of their love which 

made us to be, their 

guidance in helping 

us to become what we 

are, their understanding 

when we have not always 

been what we should have been, 

their faith in what we 

are to become, and 

their sacrifices which 

gave us an opportunity 

to become a part of Newton 

and gain a fuller knowledge 

of the meaning of love. 




Reverend Mother Heuisler, our spiritual mother 
at Newton. 



Mother Husson, President of Newton, who sees 
to the proportions of college life. 





JANE MARIE O'CONNOR 



IN MEMORIAM 



One of our classmates whom God called 
into eternity on August 20, 1959. 



Profil 



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MARTHA E. MIELE 



PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



75 North Bergen Place 
Freeport, N.Y. 
Major: Education 




LENORE M. CONIGLIO, E. de M. 

CHAIRMAN OF SOCIAL COMMITTEE 

1 185 Park Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 
Major: History 



MARY ANNETTE ANDERSON 

PRESIDENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS 

3634 Upton Street, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 
Major: French 





CYNTHIA ALEXANDRA ARMSTRONG, E. de M. 

1654 34th Street, N.W. 

Washington, D.C. 

Major: History 



BRENDA BYRNE BAXTER, E. de M. 

Garner Lane 

Bay Shore, N.Y. 

Major: Education 





PATRICIA NOONAN BEATTIE 

Pinecroft Road 

Greenwich, Conn. 

Major: Economics 



ANN THERESE BLUNT 

73 Kenelworth Avenue 

Brockton, Mass. 
Major: Philosophy 




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BARBARA HATCH BRANCH 

20 Charlesbank Way 

Waltham, Mass. 

Major: Education 



ELEANOR COPPOLA BROWN 

9 Calvin Road 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Major: French 










MARY ELISABETH BRUSCH 

15 Grozier Road 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Major: Pre-Medical 



ANNE CANNIFF, E. de M. 

1030 Lake Shore Road 
Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich. 
Major: English 







LITA ANN CAPOBIANCO, E. de M. 

70 Baldwin Orchard Drive 

Cranston, R.I. 

Major: Education 



AMELIA BARBARA CARLSON 

264 Grand View Avenue 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
Major: Sociology 





MARY CARNES 

1721 Centre Street 

West Roxbury, Mass. 

Major: Philosophy 



STELLA CLARK 

3 Glen Head Road 
Glen Head, N.Y. 
Major: Philosophy 






CHRISTINE A. CORTELLESSA 

154 Bradford Street 
Bristol, R.I. 
Major: English 



ELEANOR CAMILLE DALKIEWICZ 

210 Seneca Street 

Vernon, N.Y. 
Major: Education 





MARY LOUISE DEGNAN 

110 Village Street 

Reading, Mass. 

Major: Education 



MARY E. DeLONE 

2 Old Town Road 

Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Major: Economics 




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DOLORES ALICE DEMERS 

624 Eastern Avenue 
Fall River, Mass. 
Major: Education 



JOAN BARBARA DiMENNA 

40 Rhynas Drive 

Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 

Major: English 





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CATHARINE L. DONAHOE 

West Main Street 

Baltic, Conn. 

Major: Economics 



MOIRA DONNELLY 

1654 North Prospect Avenue 
Milwaukee, Wise. 
Major: Sociology 




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MARY SHEILA DONOVAN 




1505 West 11th Street 
Wilmington, Del. 
Major: Education 



JANE J. DUNN 

7 West Hill Place 

Boston, Mass. 
Major: Philosophy 





MARY K. EGAN 

51 Oxford Road 
Longmeadow, Mass. 
Major: Sociology 



KATHERINE ELLIS 

Old House 

East Marion, Mass. 

Major: Biology 





ELISE CATHERINE ERICKSON 

20 Broadview Terrace 
Chatham, N.J. 
Major: French 




DEBORAH ANN FITZGERALD, E. de M. 

1 15 Lewiston Road 

Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Major: History 





MARGARET ANN FLYNN 

1036 Brook Road 
Milton, Mass. 
Major: Mathematics 



FRANCES ALMA FORTIN 

227 Springfield Street 
Springfield, Mass. 
Major: Education 





MARY LOUISE FOSTER 

41 1 County Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Major: English 




CHRISTINE FRAWLEY 

68 Tennyson Drive 

Short Hills, NJ. 
Major: Philosophy 





CAROLYN M. FRENZ 

15 Woodland Circle 
Rochester, N.Y. 
Major: Education 



SALLY ELIZABETH FRISBIE 

Old Westfield Road 

Russell, Mass. 
Major: Education 






PATRICIA ANNE GAMMINO 

12 Seaview Avenue 

Edgewood, R.I. 
Major: Sociology 



M. LINDSAY GOWAN, E. de M. 

283 Riverside Drive 

Ormond Beach, Fla. 

Major: Education 




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GABRIELLA S. GYORKY 

1060 Park Avenue 

New York, N.Y. 
Major: Chemistry 



E. BERENICE HACKETT 

19 Hanson Street 
North Providence, R.I 
Major: History 





JEANNE GRIMES HANRIHAN, E. de M. 

103 High Rock Lane 
Westwood, Mass. 
Major: History 



MARY ELIZABETH HARRINGTON 

40 Adam Terrace 

Lowell, Mass. 

Major: Mathematics 





ANGELA TRAVERS HEATON, E. de M. 

265 Wi Ison Avenue 

Rumford, R.I. 

Major: English 



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MARY-ANNE HEHIR 

60 Bedell Avenue 
Hempstead, N.Y. 
Major: Education 





CAROLE HIGGINS 

412 South Main Street 

Andover, Mass. 

Major: Education 



ELAINE FRANCIS HOLLAND, E. de M. 

Bellview Heights 

Ashland, Mass. 

Major: Art 





BLANCHE MICHELE HUNNEWELL 

146 Cliff Road 
Wellesley, Mass. 
Maior: French 



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MAJORIE INDZONKA 

24 City Terrace North 
Newburgh, N.Y. 
Major: Biology 





CAROL MARIE JOHNSON 

1 12 Alder Avenue 

Wayne, N.J. 
Major: Education 



MARY T. KANE 

399 North Ahwahnee Road 
Lake Forest, III. 
Major: Economics 





SUZANNE H. KENNEY, E. de M. 

Sterling City Road 

Old Lyme, Conn. 

Major: Mathematics 



URSULA ANNE KENT, E. de M. 

47 May Street 

Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Major: Education 





MARGARET DENISE KILROY 

182 Boulevard 

Middletown, R.I. 

Major: Education 



MARY BRENDA KOEHLER 

38 Observatory Avenue 

North Providence, R.I. 

Major: Biology 






BRENDA HORRIGAN KOWALSKI, E. de M. 

98 Plain Street 

Millis, Mass. 

Major: Biology 



CONCETTA ANN LUCCA 

3228 Tibbett Avenue 

New York, N.Y. 

Major: Art 





MARY ANN LUCCA 

3228 Tibbett Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 
Major: Biology 



NANCY MADDEN, E. de M. 

JUSMMAT, APO 254 
New York, N.Y. 
Major: History 




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LORETTA MARGARET MAGUIRE, E. de M. 

48 Irving Street 
Watertown, Mass. 
Major: Economics 



MARY RUTH MAHON 

516 Commonwealth Avenue 

Newton, Mass. 

Major: Mathematics 






ROSEMARY FRANCES MARAVENTANO 

2225 Lodovick Avenue 

New York, N.Y. 

Major: Education 



SHEILA MARY MARSHALL 

32 Woodmont Street 

Portland, Me. 

Major: Education 





MARY BEATRICE MARTIN 

2 Saint Mary's Street 

Annapolis, Md. 

Major: Education 



MICHAELENE McKEOGH MARTIN 

60 Park Terrace West 
New York, N.Y. 
Major: Biology 





MARGARET ANN MASSMAN 

1261 West 56th Street 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Major: Education 



ESTELLE MARIE McCABE 

3214 Post Road 

Warwick, R.I. 

Major: Education 




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PATRICIA ANNE McCARTHY 

57 Oxbow Road 

Weston, Mass. 

Major: Education 



KATHLEEN A. McDERMOTT, E. de M. 

166 Lindbergh Avenue 
Needham, Mass. 
Major: History 






LINDA H. McGANN 
35 Hawthorne Avenue 

Arlington, Mass. 

Major: Biology 



NORAH M. McGINITY 

41 Hilton Avenue 
Garden City, N.Y. 
Major: Education 





JANET MARY MURPHY 

27 Cerdan Avenue 

West Roxbury, Mass. 

Major: Philosophy 



JANET LOUISE NEVILLE, E. de M. 

251 Eliot Street 
Milton, Mass. 
Major: Mathematics 





SALLY ANN O'CONNELL, E. de M. 

7 Deal Road 
Island Park, N.Y. 
Major: English 



ELEANOR M. O'CONNOR 

29 Carleton Circle 

Belmont, Mass. 
Major: Chemistry 








SHEILA MARY O'CONNOR 

1 10 Stratford Road 

West Hempstead, N.Y. 

Major: Education 



JULIE ANN O'NEILL, E. de M. 

59 Mystic Street 
West Medford, Mass. 
Major: Education 





DARRYLN MARY POWERS, E. de M. 

43 Gilbert Road 

Belmont, Mass. 

Major: Education 



DOROTHY ANN RADIOS, E. de M. 

139 Carbon Street 

Paterson, N.J. 
Major: Education 





ROSEMARY ROCHE 

55 Fairview Avenue 
West Warwick, R.I. 
Major: Sociology 



JUDITH A. ROMANO 

6 Newtown Avenue 

North Kingstown, R.I. 

Major: Economics 





FERNA P. RONCI 

584 Pleasant Valley Parkway 
Providence, R.I. 
Major: Education 



KATHLEEN SOPHRONIA ELLA RUNKLE 

1009 Seneca Road 

Wilmette, III. 
Major: Sociology 





SARAH ANN RUPPEL 

South Woodland Road 
Chagrin Falls, Ohio 
Major: Sociology 



MARIE A. SETTEMBRINI 

82 Freeport Avenue 
Point Lookout, N.Y. 
Major: History 





LORRAINE SILVESTER 

60 Maugus Avenue 

Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Major: Education 



GAIL PATRICIA STOUT 

141 Randlett Park 

West Newton, Mass. 

Major: Art 





JOANNE P. STUART, E. de M. 

28 Cabot Street 

Newton, Mass. 

Major: Economics 



GAEL T. SULLIVAN 

320 Chestnut Street 

West Newton, Mass. 

Major: Economics 






MARY JANE SURGALA 

5 Eton Crest 
Manhasset, N.Y. 
Major: Sociology 







GRACE C. TAMM, E. de M. 

3353 Runnymede Place, N.W. 

Washington, D.C. 

Major: Philosophy 





ANN E. TAYLOR 

14 Homewood Road 

West Roxbury, Mass. 

Major: Philosophy 



SUZANNE R. THORNTON 

8 Shornecliffe Road 
Newton, Mass. 
Major: Biology 







JANE WALDRON 

130 Forest Avenue 

Rye, N.Y. 
Major: Philosophy 



CAROLE ANN WARD, E. de M. 

19 Aberdeen Road 
Wellesley, Mass. 
Major: Art 





PATRICIA A. WINKLER, E. de M. 

5 Foxcroft Road 

Rockville Center, N.Y. 

Major: Economics 



Major: Biology 



MOTHER MARY CLAIRE CLANCY 
Religious of Christian Education 



Major: Mathematics 



MOTHER IDA MARIE TETREAULT 
Religious of Christian Education 



Perspective 







Senior Year— the final step 



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In a series of ascents 



A study in relationships 





Great expectations 





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... in the shape of things to come. 





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Designing women 



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. . .a reflective angle 




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The pattern of knowledge 



. . .with pleasant dimensions 




Where did we go? Out. 





What did we do? Nothing. 




The backward glance 



Two levels of transportation 




The forward look 



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THE 



INTERIOR 



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Officers of Student Government: Joanne Stuart, Secretary; Suzanne 
Kenney, Treasurer; Martha Miele, President; Nan Anderson, Vice- 
President; Lenore Coniglio, Chairman of Social Committee. 



Bernice Hackett, Parliamentarian 





Lee O'Connor, 

Day Student Representative 



Class Officers 



Senior Class: Nan Anderson, President; Chris Frawley, Vice-President; Mother Clancy, Treasurer; 
Carol Warde, Secretary 




Freshman Class: K. McHale, Treasurer; M. Meehan, President; K. O'Shea, Secre- 
tary; M.P. Connor, Vice-President. 




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Sophomore Class: J. Meehan, President; M.A. Brennan, Vice-President; C. Power, 
Secretary; M.J. Moran, Treasurer. 




Junior Class: M. Dineen, President; P. O'Connor, Secretary; G. Eben, Vice-Presi- 
dent; J. Merrick, Treasurer 




N S A 



The NSA Committee tabulates a questionaire 



J. Vollbrecht; J. Halleran; G. Wang; Senior Delegate, P. Beattie, M.A. Hehir; 
Junior Delegate, B. Fortunate H. Bill; M.P. Connor 














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S. O'Leary, Senior Delegate; K. Gately, Literary Commission Chairman; K. Jacobi, 
Junior Delegate 



NFCCS Committee leaves for a regional conference 



NFCCS 





House Mothers 



Mrs. Gilman, Mrs. Hurley, Mrs. O'Connor 







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Stuart House, Framework of our Academic Life 




Mother Quinlan, Dean of Studies, 
brings the oblique into perspective 





Sally McManany and Rosemary O'Connell 
survey the new semester schedule 




SCHOLASTIC LIFE 



Miss Joan Norton, Registrar, coordinates 
the details 




IN MEMORIAM 



Robert F. Logan 





Notre Dame Dijon 



Robert F. Logan 



Art 



Young talent, molded by an expert 



A. Witteborg, co-secretary; Mother Putnam, moderator of the art club; G. Stout, 
vice president; C. Lucca, president; F. Calarese, co-secretary, 





Gaby Gyorky and Jane Dunn study against an artistic background 



The product, the bond between teacher and student. 



Mr. Marcus; M. Earls, and J. Meehan 



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L. Gowan, B. Baxter, U. Kent, R. Maraventano, F. Ronci, C. Cortellessa, 
M. Driscoll, E. Dalkiewicz 



A practical thesis 

Carole Ward and Elaine Holland 



Finishing touches 





P. Whelan, treasurer; M.S. Flanagan, secretary; M. Martin, vice-president; Berenice Hackett, President- 
A, Coleman, business manager; J. Davin, librarian. 



Glee Club 



Suit the action to the word, the word to the action.' 




Joan David, Director of Dramatics; A. Hennessy, M. Carroll, Vice-President, and 
L. Gleason. Missing: K. McDermot Treasurer, and D. Couig, Secretary. 



Pat Winkler, President 



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The Staff fights a dead-line 



P. Winkler, Business Manager; J. DiMenna, Managing Editor; L. Grey, Circulation 
Manager; S. O'Connell, Editor-in-Chief; A. Hennessy, Contributing Editor. 





WHEAT AND COCKLE Staff Members: S. O'Leary, M. Sturges, A. Heaton, Editor-in Chief; 
M. A. Molloy. Missing: Senior Editor, S. O'Connell. 



'All the fun's in how you say a thing.' 



Literary Club 



Miss McNamara, Associate Professor of English; Miss Ann Ford, an Editor at 
Houghton-Mifflin; Angela Heaton, President of Literary Club. 







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Mrs. K.G.T. Webster, Lecturer in English 



The spirit of scholarship 



On the threshold of discovery 



Chris Corteilessa 




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Bernice Blanch, Assistant Librarian; Mother Coleman, Librarian; F. Calarese 



Our Search for Knowledge 

Carries us to the depths of the stacks 




Mary Ann Cole and Marie Craigan 



And to the "Heights' 




The Feel y Twins 



Romance Languages 



An International Interlude 




Mr. Carello, Associate Professor of Italian and Greek; 
Chandra Bhatia and Bharti Trivedi 



L'alliance Francaise 




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Dr. J. Zephir. Associate Professor of French 




Mr. S. Wyeth, Lecturer in French; Madre Guevara, Pro- 
fessor of French and Spanish 



Le mol juste. 




Dites moi, pourquoi 



French Club Officers: Nancy Gain, President; 
Betty Hitchins, Treasurer; Marie Aubois, Sec- 
retary 

J. San Miguel, N. Rivera, G. Bacardi, G. Novella, H. Bacardi and A. Fernandez-Cuyar 




Setting a 

Flamencan 

Mood 



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M.L. Foster, Vice President; M. Walsh, Secretary; Buddy Oatway, Boston College; 
G. Gyorky, President 



Telescoping World Affairs 



Sic et Non 



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M. Kelly, N. Edmondson, President, L. Gray, B. O'Sullivan, 
A. Gardenier 




Dr. Von Nemethv. Professor of Sociology and Economics 



A Thinking Man 



Economics and Sociology 



Relief is just a swallow away 



The Nurses: Miss A. Carlson and Miss C. Clancy 









The Work Role on Campus 




Dr. F. Powell, Associate Professor of Sociology; 
Mr. C. Connor, Lecturer in Economics 



And in the Field 




S. Flaherty, M. Dineen, G. Kreutzer, 
at Newton City Courthouse 



Social Scientists 




Mr. J. Conway, Assistant Professor of Economics and History; Dr. L. Glieman, 
Associate Professor of History and Political Science 



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M. Reilly, M. Kuhn, B. Fortunato, and Mother McMullen, 
Lecturer in Political Science 



Suzy Harding and Mrs. Pesce, 
Lecturer in History 




Miss Casey, Lecturer in Education 



Education is a never-ending process 




Dr. Marsh, Lecturer in Education 



Education 



Joanne Stuart practices teaching 





M. E. Brusch, L. O'Connor, President of the Science Club; Dr. Naves, Assistant 
Professor of Chemistry; G. Gyorky. 



" Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and caldron bubble.' 



Science 





Dr. Naves and Miss Julian, Instructor of Chemistry. 



B. Koehler, L. O'Connor, L. McGann and Mrs. Frawley, 
Assistant Professor of Biology. 











Mother Tetreault; P. Flynn, M. Mahon, J. Neville, and Mr. Schwartz, 
Lecturer in Mathematics. 



The logical approach to concentration 



Mathematics 



Philosophy 



and relaxation 



Mr. Curran and Dr. Fitzgibbon, Associate Professors of Philosophy. 




Q. 2 Art. 2 Pt. 1 



GOD AND THE DIVINE ATTRIBUTES 



to us, though less known in their nature — 
namely, by effects. 

Reply Ob). 1. To know that God exists in a 
general and confused way is implanted in us 
by nature, inasmuch as God is man's beati- 
tude. For man ■ 
and what is na 
be naturally km 
not to know abs 
as to know that 
the same as to ' 
ing, even thougl 
ing ; for many 
man's perfect g> 
sists in riches, 
others in sometr 

Reply Ob). 2. 
hears this word " 
something than 
thought, seeing 
to be a body. Y 
derstands that b 
something than 
thought, neverth 
low that he unci 
signifies exists ai 
mentally. Nor c 
ally exists, unle 
actually exists s 
greater can be t 
not admitted by 
not exist. 

Reply Obf. 3. 
eral is self-evident but the existence of a Pri- 
mal Truth is not self-evident to us. 



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Mother Santen, Dean of Admissions and Assistant 
Professor of Theology 



SECOND ARTICLE 
Whether It Can Be Demonstrated That God Exists? 

We proceed thus to the Second Article: — 
Objection 1. It seems that the existence of 
God cannot be demonstrated. For it is an 
article of faith that God exists. But what is 
of faith cannot be demonstrated, because a 
demonstration produces scientific knowledge; 
whereas faith is of the unseen (Heb. xi. 1). 
Therefore it cannot be demonstrated that God 
exists. 

Ob). 2. Further, the essence is the middle 
term of demonstration. But we cannot know 
in what God's essence consists, but solely in 
what it does not consist ; as Damascene says 
(De Fid. Orth. i. 4). Therefore we cannot de- 
monstrate that God exists. 
: Ob). 3. Further, if the existence of God 
were demonstrated, this could only be from 
His effects. But His effects are not propor- 
tionate to Him, since He is infinite and His 
effects are finite; and between the finite and 
infinite there is no proportion. Therefore, 
since a cause cannot be demonstrated by an 



effect not proportionate to it, it seems that the 
existence of God cannot be demonstrated. 

On the contrary, The Apostle says : The in- 
visible things of Him are clearly seen, being 
understood by the things that arc made (Rom. 

je unless the ex- 
mstrated through 
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5 is, whether it 

ion can be made 
the cause, and is 
argue from what 
;r is through the 
►nstration c pos- 
>m what is prior 
in effect is better 
rom the effect we 
the cause. And 
ice of its proper 
so long as its ef- 
is; because since 
its cause, if the 
pre-exist. Hence 
r as it is not self- 
trated from those 
vn to us. 
?nce of God and 
d, which can be 
re not articles of 
the articles; for 
lowledge, even as 
id perfection sup- 
poses something that can be perfected. Never- 
theless, there is nothing to prevent a man, who 
cannot grasp a proof, accepting, as a matter 
of faith, something which in itself is capable 
of being scientifically known and demon- 
strated. 

Reply Ob). 2. When the existence of a cause 
is demonstrated from an effect, this effect 
takes the place of the definition of the cause 
in proof of the cause's existence. This is espe- 
cially the case in regard to God, because, in 
order to prove the existence of anything, it is 
necessary to accept as a middle term the 
meaning of the word,. and not its essence, for 
the question of its essence follows on the ques- 
tion of its existence. Now the names given to 
God are derived from His effects ; conse- 
quently, in demonstrating the existence of God 
from His effects, we may take for the middle 
term the meaning of the word "God." 

Reply Ob). 3. From effects not proportion- 
ate to the cause no perfect knowledge of that 
cause can be obtained. Yet from every effect 
the existence of. the cause can be clearly dem- 
onstrated, and so we can demonstrate the ex- 
istence of God from His effects; though from 
them we cannot perfectly know God as He is 
in His essence. 



THE EXISTENCE OF GOD 



THIRD ARTICLE 
Whether God Embh? 

We proceed thus to the Third Article: — 

Objection 1. It seems that God does not 
exist ; because if one of two contraries be in- 
finite, the other would be altogether destroyed. 
Hut the word 'God" means that He is infinite 
goodness. If, therefore, God existed, there 
would be no evil discoverable; but there is 
evil in the world. Therefore God does not 
exist. 

Obj. 2. Further, it is superfluous to suppose 
that what can be accounted for by a few prin- 
ciples has been produced by many. But it 
seems that everything we see in the world can 
be accounted for by other principles, suppos- 
ing God did not exist. For all natural things 
can be reduced to one principle, which is na- 
ture ; and all voluntary things can be reduced 
to one principle, which is human reason, or 
will. Therefore there is no need to suppose 
God's existence. 

On the contrary, It is said in the person of 
God: / am Who am (Exod. iii. 14). 

/ answer that, The existence of God can be 
proved in five wa— 

The first and 
argument from r 
dent to our sen 
things are in rr 
motion is put in 
ing can be in mc 
ity to that tow 
whereas a thing 
act. For motion 
duction of som 
actuality. But i 
potentiality to a 
in a state of ac 
actually hot, as 
potentially hot, 
by moves and cl 
sible that the sai 
actuality and po 
but only in difl 
actually hot can 
tially hot ; but it 
cold. It is then 
same respect an 
should be both r 
should move itse 
motion must be 
that by which it 
in motion, then this also must needs be put 
in motion by another, and that by another 
again. But this cannot go on to infinity, be- 
cause then there would be no first mover, and, 
consequently, no other mover; seeing that 
subsequent movers move only inasmuch as 
they are put in motion by the first mover ; as 



Reverend Harrington, J.C.L., Lecturer in Theology 



the staff moves only because it is put in mo- 
tion by the hand. Therefore it is necessary 
to arrive at a first mover, put in motion by no 
other ; and this everyone understands to be 
God. 

The second way is from the nature of the 
efficient cause. In the world of sense we find 
"there is an order of efficient causes. There is 
no case known (neither is it, indeed, possible) 
in which a thing is found to be the efficient 
cause of itself ; for so it would be prior to it- 
self, which is impossible. Now in efficient 
causes it is not possible to go on to infinity, 
because in all efficient causes following in 
order, the first is the cause of the intermediate 
cause, and the intermediate is the cause of the 
ultimate cause, whether the intermediate cause 
be several, or one only. Now to take away the 
cause is to take away the effect. Therefore, 
if there be no first cause among efficient 
causes, there will be no ultimate, nor any in- 
termediate cause. But if in efficient causes it 
is possible to go on to infinity, there will be no 
first efficient cause, neither will there, be. an 
ultimate effect, nor any intermediate efficient 
causes; all of which is plainly false. There- 

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C. Alexandra Armstrong 
Brenda Baxter 
Anne Canniff 
Lito Capobianco 
Lenore Coniglio 
Deborah Fitzgerald 
Lindsay Gowan 
Berenice Hackett 
Jeanne Hanrihan 
Angela Heaton 
Elaine Holland 
Suzanne Kenney 
Ursula Kent 
Brenda H. Kowalski 
Ann Madden 
Loretta Maguire 
Kathleen McDermott 
Janet Nevi lie 
Sally Ann Connell 
Julie O'Neill 
Darryln Powers 
Dorothy Radios 
Joanne Stuart 
Grace Tamm 
Carole Ann Ward 
Patricia Winkler 



Nancy Campanella 
Alice Coleman 
Dorothy Couig 
Margo Dineen 
Gretchen Eben 
Nancy Gain 
Mary Nolan 
Josefina San Miguel 
Karen Schaumber 
Judith Vollbrecht 



Mary Lou Bobay 
Gai I Capon 
Carol Carson 
Nancy Edmondson 
Ann Ferrone 
Anne Gallagher 
Linda Keenan 
Mary Alice Kelly 
Eugenia McCarthy 
Joanne Meehan 
Dale Mul larkey 
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Mary Jane Becherer 
Dorothy Daly 
Margaret Mary Finegan 
Marizita Hal I 
Martha Healey 
Mary Ann McGeough 
Barbara Mozino 
Marjorie Rei ley 
Patricia Trifari 



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Catholic Action 



Sheila Tiernan and Valerie McMahon at Christ Child 
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Social Committee 



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O'Connor, K. O'Shea. Sitting: C. Johnson, C. Warde, Chairman L. 
Coniglio, Chairman of Dance Committee U. Kent, J. Davin, D. Ratmond. 
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The Immovable Object and the 
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Plotting a Strategic Move 



Sue Chartrand and Ann Blunt 





Mary Harrington and Besty DeLone 



News travels with the speed of lightning. 



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The correct procedure. 



Marianne Lucca 




The start of a perfect evening 




Cardinal Cushing blesses Brenda Horrigan's 
engagement ring. 




'This moment is the best the world can give.' 




Bonnie Hatch Branch 



"Open then the Door. . . 



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Assistant Photography Editor, Marie McCabe; 
Assistant Photography Editor and Editor's Art 
Assistant, Carole Ward; Assistant Literary Editors, 
Joan DiMenna, Mary-Anne Hehir, Mary Lou Foster; 
Assistant Business Manager, Alex Armstrong; 
Business Assistant, Angela Heaton; Editor's 
Assistants, Mary Harrington, Chris Cortelessa; 
Copy Typist, Mary Jane Surgala. 



We would like to thank . . . 

Mother Maguire for her timely constructive criticism 

and for her willingness to share her experience with us, 

Mother Putnam for her artistic aid, 

Mr. John King for his cover design and for all his kind advice, 

Miss Patsy Murray for her help at the right time in the right place, 

and . . . 



Mr. Ralph Norman, our roving photographer, whose patience, 
perseverance, and sense of humor, were invaluable assets 
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Senior Information Section 



NAN ANDERSON Dean's List: once, Student Government: 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4, 

Class Officer: Vice President: 2,3, President: 4, House Council: 1,2,3,4, Sodality Aspirant: 
3,4, Catholic Action: 2,3,4, French Club: 1,2,3, Secretary: 1,2, Art Club: 4, NSA: 1, IRC; 1, 
Freshman Council, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations. 

ALEX ARMSTRONG Dean's List: three times, GleeClub: 1, Catholic Action: 3, Liturgi- 
cal Choir: 1,2, Junior Weekend Committee; Decorations, Favors, Pictorial, Freshman Council, 
Yearbook: Assistant Business Manager. 

BRENDA BAXTER Art Club: 4, IRC: 1, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations, Yearbook 

Staff. 

PAT BEATTIE Dean's List: twice, Student Government: 4, House Council: 3,4, Sodality 

Aspirant: 3,4, Catholic Action: 3,4, Liturgical Choir: 2,3, NSA: 3,4, IRC: 1,2,3,4, Yearbook: 
Photography Editor. 

ANN BLUNT Dean's List: twice, Dramatic Club: 1,2,3, Yearbook Staff. 

BONNIE HATCH BRANCH 

MARY ELIZABETH BRUSCH Dean's List: twice, Science Club: 1,2,3,4, Sodality Aspir- 
ant: 1,2,3,4, Junior Weekend Committee: Pictorial. 

ANNE CANNIFF Dean's List: once, Social Committee: 3, House Council: 3, Dramatic 

Club: 2, Glee Club: 1, Catholic Action: 2,3,4, Liturgical Choir: 1,2, Missions: 1,2, Literary 
Club: 2,3,4, NFCCS: 1, "885": 1,3,3,4, Serenades Chairman, Yearbook: Editor-in-Chief. 

LITA CAPOBIANCO Dean's List: once, House Council: 3,4, Head of Cushing House:4. 

Catholic Action: 2,3,4, Art Club: 4. 

MARY CARNES Dean's List: twice, Sodality Aspirant: 4, Luterary Club: 4, Wheat and 

Cockle: 4. 

MOTHER CLANCY Dean's List: twice, Science Club: 3,4, Class Treasurer: 4, Liturgi- 
cal Choir 3. 

STELLA CLARK College of New Rochelle: 1, Art Club: 4, Hockey Varsity: 2, Junior 

Weekend Committee: Business. 
LENNIE CONIGLIO Dean's List: once, Dean's Honor List: once, Student Government: 2, 

Social Committee: 3, Chairman: 4, House Council: 1,2,3,4, Dramatic Club: 1,2,3,4, Catholic 

Action 3. 

ELEANOR COPPOLA Dean's List: four times, Dean's Honor List: once, Glee Club: 3, 

French Club: 1,2,3,4. 

CHRIS CORTELLESSA University of Rhode Island: 1, Sodality Aspirant: 2,3,4, Catholic 

Action: 3,4, Literary Club: 4, Art Club: 4, NFCCS: 3, Wheat and Cockle: 2, Junior Weekend 
Committee: Decorations, Business, Yearbook: Editor's Assistant. 

LEE DALKIEWICZ LeMoyne College: 1,2, Sodality Aspirant: 4, Catholic Action 3,4, Li- 
turgical Choir: 3,4, French Club: 3,4, Literary Club: 4, Art Club: 4, "885": 4, Junior Weekend 
Committee: Decorations, Pictorial. 

MARY LOU DEGNAN Dramatic Club: 1,3,4, Literary Club: 3,4, Opera Club: 1. 

BETSY DE LONE Manhattanville: 1,2, Dean's List: twice, Dean's Honor List: once, IRC: 

4. 

DEE DEMERS Seton Hill: 1,2, Junior Weekend Committee; Decorations. 

JOAN DIMENNA , . . . . Dramatic Club: 1,2,3,4, Catholic Action: 3, Literary Club: 4, Art Club: 
4, "885": 1,2,3, Managing Editor: 4, Yearbook: Assistant Literary Editor. 



CATHY DONAHOE ..... House Council: 4, Head of Stuart House, Sodality Aspirant: 1,2,4, 
Glee Club: 1,2,3,4, Liturgical Choir: 3, Vice President 4, Spanish Club: 2. 

MO DONNELLY Mount Mary College: 1. 

SHEILA DONOVAN Immaculata Junior College: 1,2, Sodality Aspirant: 3, Catholic Action: 

3,4, Art Club: 4. 

JANE DUNN Lirerary Club: 4, Catholic Action: 1,2. 

MARY EGAN Manhattanville: 1, House Council: 4, Debating Club: 4, Athletic Associa- 
tion: 2,3, President: 4, Basketball Varsity: 2,3,4, Captain: 3,4. 

KATE ELLIS Dean's List: four times, Dean's Honor List: once, Glee Club: 1,2,3, Science 

Club: i,2,3, Treasurer: 4, Catholic Action: 2, French Club: 1,2, Literary Club: 3,4, Sodality 
Aspirant: 1,2,3„4, Junior Weekend Committee: Junior Weekend Pictorial: Business Manager, 
Yearbook: Business Manager. 



ELISE ERICKSON Dean's List: once, Glee Club: 1, French Club: 1,2, Secretary: 3, 

J-unior Weekend Committee: Decorations. 

DEBBY FITZGERALD Dean's List: five times. Class Officer: Treasurer: 1, Secretary: 

1, House Council: 2, Glee Club, 1,2,3, Catholic Action: 3,4, Mission Club Chairman: 4, Social 
Committee: 1,2, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations, Favors. 

PEGGY FLYNN ..... Dean's List: once, Science Club: 1,2,3,4, IRC: 4, Basketball Varsity: 
1,2, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations. 

FRAN FORTIN Glee Club: 1, Debating Club: 4, Language Club: 1,2,3, Literary Club: 4, 

Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations. 

MARY LOU FOSTER ..... Manhattanville: 1, Glee Club: 2,3, Literary Club: 3,4, "885": 3, 
IRC: Vice President: 4, Yearbook: Assistant Literary Editor. 

CHRIS FRAWLEY ..... Class Officers: Vice President: 4, Catholic Action: 3, NFCCS: 1, 

2, Junior Weekend Committee: Business Chairman. 

LYNN FRENZ Seton Hill College: 1,2, Glee Club: 3,4, Liturgical Choir: 3,4. 

SALLY FRISBIE Lasell Junior College : 1,2, GleeClub: 3, Catholic Action: 3, ArtClub:4. 

PAT GAMMINO Russell Sage College: 1, Dramatic Club: 4, Junior Weekend Committee: 

Business. 

LINDSAY GOWAN Science Club: 1, Liturgical Choir: 1, Art Club: 4, IRC: 1,2, Junior 

Weekend Committee: Decorations. 

GABBY GYORKY ..... Dean's List: once, IRC: 1,2,3, President: 4, Junior Weekend Com- 
mittee: Pictorial. 

BERENICE HACKETT Student Government: 2,3,4, HouseCouncil: 3, Sodality Council: 

1,2,3,4, Glee Club: 1, Librarian: 2, Business Manager: 3, President: 4, Catholic Action: 1,2, 
4, Liturgical Choir: 1,2,3,4, Language Club: 1, Literary Club: 1, NSA: 2,3, Junior Weekend 
Committee: Escort, Freshman Council. 

JEANNE HANRIHAN College of Saint Elizabeth: 1, Glee Club: 2,3,4, IRC: 4, Junior 

Weekend Committee: Decorations. 

MARY HARRINGTON College of Saint Elizabeth: 1, Dramatic Club: 2, Catholic Action: 

3, Science Club: 3, Art Club: 4, "885": 3, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations, Yearbook: 
Editor's Assistant. 



ANGELA HEATON Dean's List: twice, Dramatic Club: 2, Glee Club: 1, Liturgical Choir: 

1,2, Language Club: Treasurer: 1,2, Vice President: 3, Literary Club: 1,2,3, President: 4, 
"885": 3, Wheat and Cockle Editor: 4. 

MARY-ANNE HEHIR Georgian Court College: 1,2, Dean's List: once, Sodality Aspirant: 

3,4, Catholic Action: 4, Literary Club: 4, "885": 3,4, IRC: 4, Yearbook: Assistant Literary 
Editor, NSA:4. 

CAROLE HIGGINS Sodality Aspirant: 1,2, Dramatic Club: 3,4, Catholic Action: 1,2,3, 

Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations. 

ELAINE HOLLAND Dean's List: once, Glee Club: 2, Catholic Action: 1,4, Art Club: 

3,4, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations. 

BLANCHE HUNNEWELL Sodality Aspirant: 3,4, Catholic Action: 2,3,4, Language Club: 

2,3,4, Missions: 4. 

MARGE INDZONKA College of New Rochelle: 1, HouseCouncil: 4, Science Club:2,3,4. 

CAROL JOHNSON Class Officer: Treasurer, 3, Social Committee: 4, HouseCouncil: 3> 4, 

Sodality Aspirant: 3,4, Catholic Action: 4, Art Club: 3,4, Junior Weekend Committee: Pictorial 
Editor-in-Chief. 

SISSY KANE House Council: 3, Sodality Aspirant: 2, "885": 1. 

SUE KENNEY Class Officer: Treasurer, 4, House Council: 2,4, Sodality: Treasurer: 4, 

Catholic Action: 4, Science Club; 1,2,3,4, Liturgical Choir: 1,2, Literary Club: 3,4, Basket- 
ball Varsity: 1, Freshman Council. 

URSULA KENT Social Committee: Dance Chairman, 4, HouseCouncil: 4, Catholic Ac- 
tion: 1,2,3,4, Literary Club: 4, Art Club: 3,4, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations, Favor, 
Chairman Escort Committee. 

MARGO KILROY Dramatic Club: 1, Art Club: 2, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations. 

BRENDA KOEHLER Science Club, 1,2,3,4, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations. 



BRENDA HORRIGAN KOWALSKI HouseCouncil: 4, Catholic Action: 4, Science Club: 

1 1,4, Literary Club: 4, Art Club: 4, IRC: 1, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations, Business. 

CONNIE LUCCA Sodality Aspirant: 1,2,3,4, Dramatic Club: 1,2,4, Catholic Action: 1,2, 

4, Missions: 1,4, Art Club, 2,3, President: 4, Junior Weekend Committee: Chairman Decora- 
tions Committee. 

MARIANNE LUCCA Glee Club: 1, Catholic Action: 2,3, Liturgical Choir: 1, Science 

Club: 2,3,4. 

NANCY MADDEN Sodality Council: 4, Catholic Action: 1,2,3,4, IRC: 4, Junior Weekend 

Committee: Decorations. 

LORETTA MAGUIRE House Council: 1, Catholic Action: 1,2,3, Scieoce Club: 2, Lan- 
guage Club: 2,3, Literary Club: 4, IRC: 1,2, Manager Basketball Varsity: 4, Junior Weekend 
Committee: Business. 

MICKEY MAHON Sodality Aspirant: 1,2,3,4, Dramatic Club: 1,4, Catholic Action: 3,4, 

Junior Weekend Committee: Escorts. 

ROSEMARY MARAVENTANO Glee Club: 1, Art Club: 4, Junior Weekend Committee: 

Business. 

SHEILA MARSHALL Dean's List: three times: Dean's Honor List: four times, House Coun- 
cil: 3, Head of West Duchesne House 4, Catholic Action: 4, Language Club: 1,2,3, Literary 
Club: Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations. 



BEA MARTIN Immaculata Junior College: 1,2, Sociality Aspirant: 4, Glee Club: 3, Catho- 
lic Action: 4, Literary Club: 4, Art Club: 4. 

MIKE MARTIN Sodality Aspirant: 1,2,3,4, Glee Club: 1,2,3, Vice President: 4, Catholic 

Action: 1, Science Club: 1,2,4, Liturgical Choir: 1,2,3,4, Missions: 1, Basketball Varsity: 1, 
Junior Weekend Committee: Escorts. 

PEGGY MASSMAN Glee Club: 1,2,3, Catholic Action: 3,4, Science Club: 3, Liturgical 

Choir: 1,2,3,4, Language Club: 1,2,3,4, Literary Club: 4, Art Club: 4, "885": 4, Basketball 
Varsity: 1, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations, Pictorial. 

MARIE McCABE HouseCouncil: 3, Sodality Aspirant: 1,2,3,4, Glee Club: 1,2,3,4, Cath- 
olic Action: 2,3,4, Literary Club: 4, Junior Weekend Committee: Pictorial, Yearbook: Assistant 
Photography Editor. 

PATSY MCCARTHY Sodality Aspirant: 3,4, Glee Club: 2,3,4, Catholic Action: 2,4, IRC: 

3. 

KATHY McDERMOTT Dramatic Club: 1,2,3, Treasurer: 4, Catholic Action: 2, Literary 

Club: 4, IRC: 2,3,4, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations, Pictorial, Escorts. 

LINDA McGANN Sodality Aspirant: 1,2, Glee Club: 1,2, Catholic Action: 1,2,3, Science 

Club: 1,2,3,4, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations. 

NORAH McGINITY Sodality Aspirant: 1,2, Glee Club: 2. 

MARTHA MIELE Dean's List: five times, Dean's Honor List; twice, President of.'the 

Student Government: 4, Class Officer: President 2,3, Secretary: 1, HouseCouncil: 1,2,3,4^ 
Sodality Aspirant: 1,2, Dramatic Club: 1, NFCCS: 4, NSA: 4. 

JANET MURPHY Dean's List: once. Catholic Action: 1,2. 

JANET NEVILLE Dean's List: once, Glee Club: 2, Catholic Action: 1, Liturgical Choir: 

1, Missions: Class Representative: 1,2,3,4. 

SALLY O'CONNELL Dean's List: four times, Dean's Honor List: once, Class President: 1, 

Student Government: 1,3, lHouse Council: 1,3, Dramatic Club: 1,2,3,4, L iturgical Choir: 2 , 
Language Club: 1,2, Missions: 2,3, Literary Club: 1,2,3,4, NFCCS: 1,2,3,4, "885": 1,2, Con- 
tributing Editor: 3, Editor-in-Chief: 4, Wheat and Cockle: 1' Editor: 2,3,4, Chairman Freshman 
Council, Chairman Orientation Committee, Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations: Yearbook: 
Literary Editor. 

LEE O'CONNOR Dean's List; once, Student Government: Day Student Representative: 4, 

Social Committee: Sodality Aspirant: 1,2,3,4, Glee Club: 1,2, Catholic Action: 1, Science 
Club: 1,2,3, President: 4, NFCCS: 3, Basketball Varsity: 1, Junior Weekend Committee: De- 
corations, Pictorial. 

SHEILA O'CONNOR Dean's List: twice, Sodality Aspirant: 1,2,3,4, Dramatic Club: 1, Glee 

Club: 3,4, Catholic Action: 1,2,3,4, Literary Club: 4, Junior Weekend Committee: Pictorial, 
Yearbook Staff. 

JULIE O'NEILL Catholic Action: 1,2,3,4, Literary Club: 4, Art Club: 4. 

DARRYLN POWERS Dean's List: four times, Social Committee: 1, Sodality: President: 

4, Dramatic Club: 1,2, 3,4, Catholic Action: 1,2,3, President: 4, Science Club: 4, NFCCS: 2, 
Junior Weekend Committee: Decorations, Pictorial. 

DOT RADICS Catholic Action: 3,4, Language Club: 2,3, Literary Club: 4, Junior Week- 
end Committee: Decorations. 

ROSEMARY ROCHE IRC: 1,2,4, Catholic Action: 1,2,4, Dramatic Club: 1, Literary Club: 

4, Junior Weekend Committee. 



JUDY ROMANO College of NewRochelle: 1, Catholic Action: 2, Missions: 2,4, Literary 

Club: 4, Art Club: 4, Junior Weekend Committee: Pictorial. 

FERNA RONCI House Council: 4, Sodality Aspirant: 1,2,3,4, Dramatic Club: 1, Catholic 

Action: 1,2,3,4, Literary Club: 4, Art Club: 4, Junior Weekend Committee: Pictorial. 

KATHY RUNKLE ..... IRC: 1,4, Literary Club: 4, Catholic Action: 1, Junior Weekend Com- 
mittee: Business. 

SALLY RUPPEL ..... Sodality Aspirant: 1, Catholic Action: 4, Literary Club: 4, Art Club: 4, 
IRC: 2, Junior Weekend Committee: Pictorial, Business. 

LORRIE SILVESTER Sodality Aspirant: 1,2,3,4, Glee Club: 1, Catholic Action: 3,4. 

JO STUART Dean's List: four times, Student Government: 3, Secretary: 4, Class Vice 

President: 1, House Council: 4, Glee Club: 1,2,3, Catholic Action: 2, Secretary: 3, Vice Presi- 
dent: 4, Missions 2,3, NSA: 3, Athletic Association: 1,2,3,4, Basketball Varsity: 1,2, Junior 
Weekend Committee; Decorations, Pictorial, Freshman Council. 

GAEL SULLIVAN IRC: 1, Junior Weekend Committee of the Class of 1961: Business 

Committee. 

MARY JANE SURGALA House Council:4, Catholic Action: 1, IRC: 2, Junior Weekend 

Committee: Business, Yearbook: Staff: Typist. 

GRACE TAMM ..... House Council: 2, Catholic Action: 1,2,3,4, Liturgical Choir: 1,2, Lan- 
guage Club: 1, Literary Club: 4, IRC: 1,2. 

ANN TAYLOR Dean's List: twice, Dean's Honor List: twice, Language Club: 1, Literary 

Club 4. 

MOTHER TETREAULT Dean's List: once, Liturgical Choir: 3, President: 4. 

SUE THORNTON Head of Hardey House: 4, Science Club: 4, Glee Club: 1,2, NSA: 3, 

Liturgical Choir: 1,2, Catholic Action: 1,2, Opera Club: 1, Mission Club: 1,2. 

CAROLE WARD Social Committee: 3, Class Secretary: 4, House Council: 3, Head of East 

Duchesne, Glee Club: 2,3, Catholic Action: 4, Art Club: 4, "885": 4, Junior Weekend Com- 
mittee Chairman, Chairman of Senior Prom, Yearbook: Assistant Photography Editor and Edi- 
torial Art Assistant. 

JANE WALDRON Dean's List: twice, Dean's Honor List: once. 

PAT WINKLER House Council: 1, Dramatic Club: 1,2, Stage Manager: 3, President: 4, 

Catholic Action: 1,3,4, Class Representative: 1, Liturgical Club: 2,3,4, Language Club: 2,3,4, 
Missions: 1,2,4, Class Representative: 3, Literary Club: 4, "885": Circulation Manager: 3, 
Business Manager: 4, IRJ: 2, Orientation Committee; 3, Junior Weekend Committee: Decora- 
tions, Business. 

GAIL STOUT WOOD Manhattanville: 1, Skidmore College: 2, Catholic Action: 4, Missions, 

4, Literary Club: 3,4, Art Club Vice President: 4, Junior Weekend Committee: Escorts. 



Patrons 



Vice Adm. and Mrs. George Anderson 

Mrs. William C. Armstrong 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Beattie 

Atty. and Mrs. Hugh F. Blunt 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Brusch 

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Canniff 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Cortellessa 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dalkiewicz 

Dr. and Mrs. Adelard Demers, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John DiMenna 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunn 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Loren A. Erickson 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fitzgerald 

Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Fortin 

Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert V. Foster 

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy D. Frisbie 

Dr. and Mrs. Bela Gyorky 

Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. Hackett 

Mrs. Joseph F. Heaton 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Holland 

Mrs. F. A. Hunnelwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J. Kenney 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kent 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Koehler 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lucca 



Patrons 



Mr. and Mrs. Norman V. Huff 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Jenks, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kager 

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert L. McLaughlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Estuardo Novella 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Sinnott 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Sturges 

Mr. and Mrs. Justus T. Vollbrecht 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Walsh 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ayers 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund G. Bill 

Dr. and Mrs. C. Edward Brennan 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward Brennan 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Capon 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Carson 

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. E. Collette 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Corbett, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Davin 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert DiMuccio 

Mrs. James G. Dougherty 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Doyle 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dursi, Sr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Daniel Ferrone 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton M. Fishel 

Mr. and Mrs. Bartley J. Fleming 

Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Fortunato 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Hilton 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Irish 



Patrons 



Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Porter 

Captain and Mrs. John E. Madden 

Mrs. John J. Mahon 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Marshall 

Captain and Mrs. W. A. P. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Massman 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. McCabe 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. McDermott 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. McGinity 

Dr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Miele 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. O'Connell 

Dr. and Mrs. William G. O'Connor 

Mr. and M rs - John Powers 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Radios 

Mr. and Mrs. George Roche 

Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Ronci 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Stuart 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Surgala 

Mr. and Mrs. George Winkler 

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Coleman 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Dalton Couig 

Mr. and Mrs. Terrence J. Dillon 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Donahoe 

Mr. and Mrs. James Dwyer 

Mrs. Joseph Fazakerly 

Mr. William S. Hall 



Patrons 



Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lane 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward T. Lynch 

Mrs. Thomas A« Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Meehan 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander D. Morgan 

Judge and Mrs. Lewis M. Mullarkey 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Power 

Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Rattenni 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Shaughnessy 

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Von Urff 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Albers 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Bourrier 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Brennan 

Dr. and Mrs. Francis W. Brill 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah L. Callahan, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Capobianco 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Chartrand 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. F. Drew 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Lambert 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Mangine 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome C. McCarthy 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward McCracken 

Mr. and Mrs. James P. McGeough 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Melady 

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Morley 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sullivan 



WELL WISHES 1960 



fro 



m 



the Detroit Fathers 



MANHATTANVILLE 


COLLEGE 


OF THE 


SACRED 


HEART 


Purchase, 


Mew York 



CONVENT 


OF THE 


SACRED 


HEART 


1 East 91 


st Street 


New York, 


New York 


DUCHESNE 


RESIDENCE 


SCHOOL 


7 East 91st Street 


New York, 


New York 



Congratulations to '60 from 



The Class of '61 



More than a quarter century 

of outstanding service to America's 

leading advertisers and agencies 



a 



O 






k 



RUNKLE'THOMPSON-KOVATS-INC 

650 West Lake Street • Chicago 6 • ANdover 3-0722 



EDEN HALL 

Convent of the Sacred Heart 
Boarding and Country Day School 

Torresdale 

Philadelphia 14 

Pennsylvania 



ACADEMY OF THE 



SACRED HEART 



171 Lake Shore Road 



Grosse Pointe, Michigan 



Compliments of 



Mr. and Mrs. 



ALBERT J. GOWAN 



Compliments of 



Mr. and Mrs. 



JOHN F. HIGGINS 



B M G Equipment Co., Inc 



116 Hartford Avenue 
Providence, Rhode Island 



Phone GA 1-9020 



Compliments of 



THE GLEASON FAMILY 



COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL 
of the 



SACRED HEART 



785 Centre Street 



Newton, Massachusetts 



ELMHURST ACADEMY 



of the 



SACRED HEART 



Providence, Rhode Island 



Best wishes fro 



m 



THE CLASS OF '62 



Jane Tooher 

Sports Clothes 

598 Columbia Road 
Dorchester 25, Mass. 



CONVENT OF THE 



SACRED HEART 



City Line and Haverford Road 

Overbrook 

Philadelphia 31, Penna. 



Beauty 

is the hallmark 

of Bachrach portraits 
of women and brides 



(fWidHWd] dWCoowCo 

Photographer of women 

647 Boylston Street 
KEnmore 6-4730 

(His brother, Fabian Bachrach, is the 
photographer of men) 



ACADEMY OF THE 



SACRED HEART 



Prince Street 



Rochester 1, New York 



Compliments of 



The Bacardis 



Graziella 



Maria Hortensia 



Congratulations From 



Mr. and Mrs. 



ALLEN J. INDZONKA 



Best Wishes From 



Mr. and Mrs. 



JOSEPH M. DONAHOE 



PRINCE 

SPAGHETTI 

HOUSE 



Famous for Italian Dishes 



Recommended by Duncan Hines 
595 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. 
LI 2-0400 



Compliments 

of 



B.P.I. 



Compliments of 



THE CLASS OF 63 



Compliments of 



Mr. and Mrs. 



GERARD T. BAXTER 



CONVENT OF THE 



SACRED HEART 



Albany 2, New York 



SUMMER IN EUROPE... 

Especially planned for students of 
NEWTON COLLEGE 
OF THE SACRED HEART 

see: Connie Lucca 

Debbie Fitzgerald 

BASSETT'S TOURS- 

Haverhill, Mass. CAP 7-0132 



CONVENT OF THE 



SACRED HEART 



Noroton on the Sound 
Noroton, Connecticut 



CONVENT OF THE 



SACRED HEART 



King Street 
Greenwich, Connecticut 





STONE RIDGE 




Country Day and 


w 


eekly Boarding School 




9101 Rockville Pike 




Washington 4, D.C, 




Conducted by 




The Religious of the Sacred Heart 




Kindgergarten, Elementary and 




College Preparatory courses 




Fully Accredited 



Compliments of 



THE JANET STUART GUILD 



Compliments of 




ORMOND BEACH 


NATIONAL 


BANK 


Ormond Beach, Florida 




A. J. GOWAN 


MERRILL C. 


SUTTON 


President 


Vice President 



Compliments of the 

BOSTON TEXTILE 
COMPANY 



David H. Leahy 



Best Wishes from 



Mr. and Mrs. 



JOHN A. HARRINGTON 




CASEY & HAYES 



295 Franklin Street 



Boston, Massachusetts 



Compliments of the 



NEWTON COLLEGE 



ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 



CHERRY OCA RIDING 
SCHOOL 

Salem End Rd., Framingham Centre 

Teh TRinity 5-0673 



COLLEGE & PRIVATE SCHOOL 



FALL PROGRAM 



Compliments 


of 


MRS. 




SALVATORE 


G. 


MARAVENTANO 



CONVENT 


OF THE 


SACRED 


HEART 


3635 Atwater Avenue 


Montreal, 


Quebec 



Compliments: 



THE SILVESTERS 



Compliments of 



THE STELLA SHOPPE 



town and country togs 



Glen Head, Long Island 



Compliments of 



Mr. and Mrs. 



ERNEST ROMANO 



CONVENT OF THE 



SACRED HEART 



1250 Kensington Road 
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 



Compliments of 



THE 



R.G. MEARN CO., INC 



WALSH BROTHERS 

Incorporated 



Class Of '61 



Susan Ahern, 36 Be (lair Drive, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 
Joan E. Barry, 211 Highland Avenue, Newtonville, Mass. 
Margaret E. Blanchard, 130 K irksta 1 1 Road, Newtonville, Mass. 
Anne M. Boiler, 304 Washington Street, Norwich, Conn. 
Margot M. Brugmiere, 88 Cliff Road, Wellesley, Mass. 
Nancy R. Campanella, 74 Cathedral Avenue, Providence, R.I. 
Margaret Carroll, 640 West 231 Street, Riverdale, N.Y. 
Catherine Chester, 403 Rivard Boulevard, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 
Martha H. Clancy, 212 East 48 Street, New York, N.Y. 
Alice Marie Coleman, 50 Janet Road, Newton Centre, Mass. 
Dorothy Couig, 35 Graham Road, Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Sister Mary Concetta Dalton, 863 Central Street, Framingham Centre, Mass. 
Antoinette Dauch, 260 Lakeland, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 
Kathleen Denton, 5614 Rosecliff Drive, Lorain, Ohio 
Mary Loretto Dillon, 516 Augusta Street, Oak Park, III. 
Margaret E. Dineen, 76 Westminster Road, Garden City, N.Y. 
Mary Anne Donnelly, 270 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 
Joan Donohoe, 7 Bridge Street, Chelmsford, Mass. 
Sallie-Ann Dow, 19 Westminster Avenue, Boston, Mass. 
Alice Reed Dresser, 128 Lexington Avenue, Needham, Mass. 
Kathleen Dwyer, 50 Shore Road, Manhasset, N.Y. 
Elizabeth Ann Eads, 607 East Durham Street, Philadelphia, Penna. 
Gretchen Ann Eben, 1 East End Avenue, New York, N.Y. 
Juliana F. Fazakerly, 90 West 14 Street, Bayonne, N.J. 
Barbara Feely, 19190 Parkside Drive, Detroit, Mich. 
Ellen Feely, 19190 Parkside Drive, Detroit, Mich- 
Elaine Fitzgerald, 94 Grandview Road, Arlington, Mass. 
Sheila Flaherty, 1108 High Ridge Road, Stamford, Conn. 
Mary Sue Flanagan, Old Battery Road, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Mary Louise Fortin, 227 Springfield Street, Springfield, Mass. 
Ann Martin Gain, 414 Penn Road, Wynr.ewood, Penna. 
Susan Gallagher, 1 Longview Place, Great Neck, N.Y. 
Ann T. Gardenier, 81 Tedford Drive, Longmeadow, Mass. 
Gail F. Giere, 15 Bon Mar Circle, Auburndale, Mass. 
Linda Mary Gray, 38 Waban Street, Newton, Mass. 
Catherine Ann Hafey, 98 Bellevue Avenue, Springfield, Mass. 
Katherine R. Hall, 304 Forest Drive South, Short Hills, N.J. 
Julie Ann Halleran, 424 East 57 Street, New York, N.Y. 
Rosemary Hanley, 16 Ransom Road, Newton Centre, Mass. 
Suzanne Harding, Miles End, Ipswich, Mass. 
Anita Hennessy, 1230 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 

Elizabeth Ann Hitchins, 127 Mountain View Avenue, Kingston, Jamaica 
Ruth Anne Huff, Box 5, Winter Haven, Fla. 
Sandra Irwin, 4305 S. W. 98 Court, Miami, Fla. 
Linda Ann Jenks, 6416-31 Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 
Barbara Kager, 81 Maryland Avenue, Freeport, N.Y. 
Paula Mary Keane, 93 Westchester Road, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Joan Patricia Keating, 22 Elm Street, NewMilford, Conn. 
Sister Mary Shawnleen Kennedy, 863 Central Street, Framingham, Mass. 
Gay Kreutzer, Old Country Road, R.F.D. 2, Huntington, N.Y. 
Joyce Laiosa, 300 Esplanade Drive, Rochester, N.Y. 
Gabrielle Lanrdigan 11 Doylston Drive, Edgewood, R.I. 
Sister Mary de Lourdes La Pointe, 863 Central Street, Framingham, Mass. 



Nancy Larkin, 92 Beach Avenue, Larchmont, N.Y. 

Ellen Joan MacDonald, Bridge Brook Road, Niantic, Conn. 

Eleanor Smith Maher, 2184 Main Street, Stratford, Conn. 

Maureen E. Mahoney, Cranberry Lane, Dover,. Mass. 

Ellen Mahony, 28 Bristol Road, West Newton, Mass. 

Nancy McAuliffe, 20 Woodland Road, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Mother Helen L. McCarthy, 1071 Blue Hill Avenue, Milton, Mass. 

Mary Anne McDonald, 33 Betts Road, Belmont, Mass. 

Carol McGee, 20 Hammond Road, Falmouth Foreside, Maine 

Madeline D. McLaughlin, 59 Raven Road, Lowell, Mass. 

Mary Alice McLaughlin, 180 Stratford Street, West Roxbury, Mass. 

Helen Bell McMullen, 8828 Burning Tree Road, Bethesda, Md. 

Michelle M. McQueeny, Old B r iarc I iff Road, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. 

Faith C. Mead, 129 Bellevue Avenue, Melrose, Mass. 

Nancy M. Mellen, 36 High Street, Charlestown, Mass. 

Joan Merrick, 116 Hartsdale Road, White Plains, N.Y. 

Janet Marie Miele, 181 Weld Street, West Roxbury, Mass. 

Mary Alice Molloy, 928 Berkshire Road, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Maryann Morrissey, 48 Burroughs Street, Boston, Mass. 

M. Joyce Murray, 48 Richwood Street, West Roxbury, Mass. 

Mary Nolan, 56 Rector Street, East Greenwich, R.I. 

Gloria Novella, La Pedrera, Guatemala City 6, Guatemala, C.A. 

Patricia E. O'Conor, 120 Juniper Road, °elmont, Mass. 

Susan O'Leary, 17 East 84 Street, New York, N.Y. 

Ruth Ellen O'Neil, 82 Day Street, Auburndale, Mass. 

Nancy O'Neill, 91 Allerton Road, Milton, Mass. 

Patricia Anne O'Neill, 38 Soundview Drive, Huntington, N.Y. 

Carol Ann O'Shea, 164 Gordon Court, Oradell, N.J. 

Kathleen O'Shea, 108 East 82 Street, New York, N.Y. 

Brigid O'Sullivan, 287 Newport Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Beatrice Anne Queally, 10 Morsemere Place, Yonkers, N.Y. 

Mary Beth Rice, 115 East Cottage Street, Dorchester, Mass. 

Ann M. Richmond, 857 Pleasant Street, Worcester, Mass. 

Noemi Rivera, Apartado Postal 580, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, C.A. 

Josefina Amalia San Miguel, Box 782, San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Karen L. Schaumber, 15 Chesterfield Road, Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Dianne Schonland, 52 Vauxhall Street, New London, Conn. 

Nancy Ellen Simpson, 41 Hurd Road, Belmont 78, Mass. 

Ann Sinnott, 30 Larchmond Avenue, Larchmont, N.Y. 

Marie Spagnuolo, 1 Highland Road, Nahant, Mass. 

Mary Bridget Stehling, 3453 North Summit Avenue, Milwaukee, Wise. 

Marie H. Sturges, Hancock Place, Ardsley-on-Hudson, N.Y. 

Barbara Anne Thole, 10 Templar Way, Summit, N.J. 

Ann Thomason, 219 Overlook Drive, Greenwich, Conn. 

Judith E. Thompson, 50-15 Parsons Boulevard, Flushing, N.Y. 

Judith Ann Vollbrecht, 58 Cleveland Lane, Princeton, N.J. 

Mary E. Walsh, 152 Jason Street, Arlington, Mass. 

Catherine Anne Clancy, R.N., 19440 RiverWood Avenue, Rocky River, Ohio 



Class Of '62 



Celeste Aaron, 370 Midway Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sister Mary Francesco Abel, 863 Central Street Framingham Centre, Mass. 

Marie Catherine Aubois, 86 Washington Street, Newport, R.I. 

Gail Ann Ayers, 5805 DeNormandville, Montreal, Canada 

Alice M. Bailey, 484 Green Street, Weymouth, Mass. 

Maxine Elizabeth Baldwin, Dearfield Drive, Greenwich, Conn. 

Patricia Marie Beck, 5555 North Sheridan Road, Chicago |||. 

Joanna M. Bertsch, 25 Coolidge Street, Larchmont, N.Y. 

Judith Bertsch, 25 Coolidge Street, Larchmond, N.Y. 

Helen Marie Bill, 5 Heath Place, Garden City, N.Y. 

Mary Louise Bobay, 82 Love Lane, Warwick, R.I. 

Jacqueline Bosch, 120 Morningside Drive, Ossining, N.Y. 

Ann Boyle, 205 Maple Avenue, Oil City, Pa. 

Barbara Louise Bowman, 145 Mt. Vernon Street, Arlington, Mass. 

Mary N. Bradley, Sutton Hill Road, No. Andover, Mass. 

Mary Jane Brady, 136 Parkview Avenue, Lowell, Mass. 

Margaret Brennan, 551 First Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Mary Ann Brennan, 15 Maple Avenue, Marchmont, N.Y. 

Diane Brickley, 25 Winchester Arms, Winchester, Mass. 

Joan B r0 wn, 39 Claremont Terrace, Swampscott, Mass. 

Katherine A. Bryant, 10 Ridgeway Street, Fleetwood, N.Y. 

Francine A. Calarese, 28 Houtman Avenue, Cumberland Hill, R.I. 

Frances M. Callan, 5 Briarc I iff Drive, Port Washington, N.Y. 

Victile J. Capeless, 19 Saxon Road, Newton Highlands, Mass. 

Gail Frances Capon, 294 Chester Avenue; Mount Royal, P.Q., Canada 

Elinor Capozzi, 136 Governors Avenue, Medford, Mass. 

Joanne Marie Caprioglio, 30 Hillside Road, Farmingdale, N.Y. 

Clare B. Carey, 200 East 66 Street, New York, N.Y. 

Martha Anne Carpenter, 26 "ishop Parkway, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Carol Ann Carson, 567 Beach Avenue, Rochester, N.Y. 

Kathleen M. Cashman, 271 West First Street, New Richmond, Wis. 

Kathleen F. Cavanaugh, 20 Monadnock Road, Newton, Mass. 

Sonia Chin, 2A East Pace Course, Kingston, Jamaica, W.I. 

Barbara Ann Collette, 304 Chester Avenue, Mt. Royal, Montreal, Canada 

Mary Jane Conner, 20 Monodnock Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Susan R. Coogan, 10 Aurora Avenue, Cranston, R.I. 

Mary H. Cooke, 7 Cathedral Avenue, Garden City, N.Y. 

Elizabeth Ann Cooney, 91 Fosdyke Street, Providence, R.I. 

Mary B. Corbett, 780 Bluff Street, Glencoe, III. 

Donna Ruth Coughlin, 11 Wingate Road, Lexington, Mass. 

Nancy C. Crowe II, 354 Court Street, Keene, N.H. 

Anne 0. Crowley, 7 Axtell Drive, Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Judy Davin, 816 Beverly Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Frances Ann DiMuccio, 414 Woonasquatucket Avenue, No. Providence, R. 

Carol Dougherty, lOCrestmont Road, Montclair, N.J. 

Judith Anne Doyle, 4021 Fitler Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mary Doyle, 20 Oakwood Street, Simsbury, Conn. 

Margaret Driscoll, 75 Forest Street, Needham, Mass. 

Mary Anne Dunn, 52 Sargent Road, Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Carolyn Frances Dursi, 60 Windsor Road, Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Margaret Frances Earls, 2575 Handasyde Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Nancy M. Edmondson, 115 Freeman Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Elizabeth A. Eigo, 8 Richbell Close, Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Rita J. Falletti, 22 Nonantum Street, Brighton, Mass. 



Mary Fee ley, 156 Grove Street, West Medford, Mass. 

Agnes Fernandez-Cuyar, Waymouth No. 901, Santurce, Puerto Rico 

Ann Ferrone, 860 Beacon Street, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Kathleen Helen Fishel, Muchmore Road, Harrison, N.Y. 

Casimir Elaine Flaherty, 181 Stratford Street, West Roxbury, Mass. 

Mary Lynn Fleming, 15 Howard Avenue, Eastchester, N.Y. 

Mary Louise Foley, 41 Sefton Drive, Edgewood, R.I. 

Barbara Fortunato, 20 Yale Terrace, Monclair, N.J. 

Anne Gallagher, 515 Sussex Road, Wynnewood, Pa. 

Mary Elizabeth Gallagher, 31 Moss Hill Road, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Kathleen M. Gately, Chateau Brittany, Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Jacqueline B. Gegan, 12 Homefield Avenue, Providence, R.I. 

Yvette Girard, 1182 Estates Drive, Lafayette, Calif. 

Virginia M. Goggin, 14 Ellis Street, Rumford, R.I. 

Elizabeth Ann Graham, 225 Chestnut Hill, Wilton, Conn. 

Mary C. Hallisey, , 104 Madison Avenue, Quincy, Mass. 

Judith A. Harig, 3555 Monticello Boulevard, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

Helen Harrington, 133—15 Beach Channel Drive, Belle Harbor, N.Y. 

Mary Hoi ley Hicok, 45 Windsor Road, Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. 

Ann M. Higgins, 1624 44St., Washington, D.C. 

Pamela Mary Hilton, Hudson House, Ardsley-on-Hudson, N.Y. 

Kay Hinsberg, 18401 Bretton Drive, Detroit, Mich. 

Alice Hurley, 91 Croycus Place, St. Paul, Minn. 

Elizabeth Irish, 18 Innes Road, Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Kathleen G. Jacobi, 11 South Drive, Lands Point, Port Washington, N.Y. 

Barbara Jones, 7702 Meadow Lane, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Patricia Anne Joyce, 7 Forest Circle, New Rochelle, N.Y. 

Tammy Kahle, 2728 Westchester Road, Toledo, Ohio 

Grace Kane, 1545 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, N.Y. 

Barbara M. Keane, 15 Houston Street, West Roxbury, Mass. 

Linda M. Keenan, 305 Powell Road, Wynnewood, Pa. 

Mary Alice Kelly, 24 Plainfield Street, Waban, Mass. 

Rebecca Sargent Kendall, 955 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 

Ann Kennedy, 4590 Henry Hudson Parkway, New York, N.Y. 

Margaret Kugler, 1368 Edgcumbe Road, St. Paul, Minn. 

Anne Elizabeth Lane, 7301 Brennon Lane, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Sheila M. Leahy, 46 Kenilworth Road, Milton, Mass. 

Susan S. Lenz, 148 Columbia Avenue, Cranston, R.I. 

Cora B. LePorin, 109 Stratford Avenue, Garden City, N.Y. 

Lorraine Lilly, 1845-25 Avenue Ct., Moline, III. 

Carol M. Lo, 33 Moto-hiro-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 

Barbara Lynch, 102 East Ferry Road, Morrisville, Pa. 

Mary Edwina Lynch, 748 Livingston Road, Elizabeth, N.J. 

Katherine Mahoney, 43 Brownell Street, Worcester, Mass. 

Ellen K. Markey, 26 Houston Street, West Roxbury, Mass. 

Genevieve Clark Martin, 8 Old Town Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass 

Katherine A. Martin, 214 So. Bay Avenue, Islip, N.Y. 

Eugenia McCarthy, 86 Forest Street, Medford, Mass. 

Julie McGraw, 1740 Highland Avenue, Rochester, N.Y. 

Valerie A. McMahon, 165 Sante Fe Avenue, Hamden, Conn. 

Sally McManamy, 31 Decasson Road, Westmount, P.O., Canada 

Nonie E. McNeil, 12 Lombard Street, Newton, Mass. 

Mary Ellen McShane, 328 Briarwood S.E., East Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Joanne Meehan, 800 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 

Deborah Ann Mellen, 36 High Street, Charlestown, Mass. 

Mary Jane Moran, Mendon Road, Cumberland Hill, R.I. 



Mary Margaret Moran, 89 Kensington Lane, Swampscott, Mass. 
Anne H. Morgan, 100 Stratford Street, West Roxbury, Mass. 
Judith Ann Mountain, Goodhill Road, Weston, Conn. 
Dale M. Mullarkey, 24 Summit Avenue, Amsterdam, N.Y. 
Susan K. Mulvanity, 157 LaGrange Street, West Roxbury, Mass. 
Jayne Murray, 4016 Wood End Drive, Edina, Minn. 
Marion Murray,, 16 Stoneleigh Court, Rochester, N.Y. 
Sheila O'Callahan, 112 High Street, Brookline, Mass. 
Rosemary O'Connell, 55 Knolls Crescent, New York, N.Y. 
Ann Connor, 173 Lincoln Street, Newton Highlands, Mass. 
Mary T. O'Connor, 110 Chestnut Street, Andover, Mass. 
Maura O'Neill, 41 Pleasant Street, Milton, Mass. 
Mary Martha Pallotta, Essex Road, Ipswich, Mass. 
Judith Pizzarello, 364 No. Columbus Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 
Catherine Power, 315 Ocean Drive West, Stamford, Conn. 
Virginia E. Rattenni, 1013 Smith Street, Providence, R.I. 
Janet P. Richmond, 857 Pleasant Street, Worcester, Mass. 
Maryelene Ryan, 47 Horicon Avenue, Glens Falls, N.Y. 
Noreen Sales, 32 Synott Place, Newark, N.J. 
Judith Sauer, 7 Greenbrier, Clayton, Mo. 

Barbara Schroetter, 34-24 82 Street, Jackson Heights, N.Y. 
Susan Schulte, 635 Overlook Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Monica Shaughnessy, 116 East 63 Street, New York, N.Y. 
Maureen C. Slattery, 470 Mt. Stephen Avenue, Westmount, P.Q., Canada 
Katherine Brady Smith, 425 Hill Street, Whitinsvi lie, Mass. 
Teresa Marie Snite, 5111 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Marie Elizabeth Sullivan, 6 Oakland Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 
Mary Elizabeth Thacker, 3600 Clay Street, San Francisco, Calif. 
Sheila Tiernan, 97 Pinecrest Drive, Rochester, N.Y.- 
Ann E. Tomasello, 733 Washington Street, Brighton, Mass. 
Lorraine Tooh ill, 161 Cedarbrook Road, MerionGolf Manor, Ardmore, Pa. 
Agatha Tsu, 249 Liberty Street, Beacon, N.Y. 
Bonnie Jean Tubridy, 298 Walnut Street, Willimantic, Conn. 
Jane L. Tyrrell, 765 Riverside Drive, New York, N.Y. 
Roberta Von Urff, 15 Russell Place, Forest Hills, N.Y. 
Susan Wall, 157 Lookout Drive, Dayton, Ohio 
Jean Walsh, 220 Westchester Avenue, Crestwood, N.Y. 
Geraldine Wang, Chinese Embassy, Seoul, Korea 
Marsha V. Whelan, 138 Milbank Avenue, Greenwich, Conn. 
Penelope A. Whelan, 33 Fletcher Road, Belmont, Mass. 
Kristin Wildman, Flowers Mill Road, Langhorne, Pa. 
Mary Jane Wood, U.S. Army ORDIC, APO 28, New York, N.Y. 
Ginger Wurzer, 505 Riverview Terrace, Bettendorf, Iowa. 



Class Of '63 



Judith Albers, 18001 Riverside Drive, Cleveland, Ohio 

Susan E. Andrews, 2 Martin Place, Chatham, N.J. 

Graziella Bacardi, Calle 4No.202 Vista Alegre, Santiago de Cuba 

Maria Hortensia Bacardi, Calle 4 No. 202 Vista Alegre, Santiago de Cuba 

Joan Baeszler, 115 Freeman Parkway, Providence, R.I. 

Elizabeth Anne Beasley, 107 Shoreview Road, Manhasset, N.Y. 

Mary Jane Becherer, 11 Linder Terrace, Newton, Mass. 

Susan M. Bell, 339 Linden Street, Winnetka, III. 

Shelby Berryman, 8125 Post Road, Wickford, R.I. 

Virginia Bird, Apartado 185, Humacao, Puerto Rico 

Jean Birdsall, 530 East 86 Street, New York, N.Y. 

Mary Alma Bogert, 680 West Saddle River Road, Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. 

Carole Bourrier, 632 LaFleche Street, Boniface, Manitoba, Canada 

Penny Brennan, 47 Dogwood Lane, Rockville Centre, N.Y. 

Judith Brill, 1318 Jackson Street, Scranton, Pa. 

Mary Anne Burke, 945 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Margaret Burns, 112-10 Park Lane South, Kew Gardens, N.Y. 

Sally G. Burton, 2 Clarke Avenue, Milford, Del. 

Susan Jane Callahan, Box 1, Popponesset Beach, Mass. 

Carol Ann Copobianco, 22 Woodstock Street, Yonkers, N.Y. 

Maria Ceres, Main Street, Hancock, N.H. 

Suzanne Chartrand, 361 Highview Road, Englewood, N.J. 

Eleanor Chin, 47 Main Street, Charlestown, Mass. 

Miriam A. Clancy, 212 East 48 Street, New York, N.Y. 

Mary Ann Cole, 15 Mountview Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Delia Conley, 711 Park Drive. Kenilworth, III 

Molly Conley, 249 Woodlawn Avenue, Hubbard Woods, III. 

Mary E. Connelly, 82 Cabot Street, Milton, Mass. 

Margaret Connor, 203 Ash St., Winchendon, Mass. 
Mary Peirce Conner, 16 Shannon Drive, Little Rock, Ark. 
Perry Chrisler Cook, 15657 Maple Grove St., La Puente, Calif. 
Susan P. Costigan, 46 West Lane, Bay Shore, N.Y. 
Alice E. Coughlin, 6 Plateau Circle, Bronxville, N.Y. 
Marie Anne Craigin, 15 Dudley Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
Kathleen M. C ro fton, 129 Hampton Road, Garden City, N.Y. 
Jeanne D. Cronin, 80 Lambert Avenue, Roxbury, Mass. 
Mary Kay Crump, 29 Grover Lane, West Caldwell, N.J. 
Dorothy Daly, 60 Redgate Road, West Roxbury, Mass. 
Jill Dana, 240 Jackson Avenue, Bradford, Pa. 
Judith Ann DeMarco, 7 Puritan Road, Watertown, Mass. 
Marjorie A. Dever, 25 Hayes Street, Arlington, Mass. 
Margaret Devine, 71041 Lassier Road, Romeo, Mich. 
Ann Didden, 3365 Stuyvesant Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. 
Jacqueline DeNardo, 151 East 31 Street, Paterson, N.J. 
Carol Donovan, 1940 Chestnut Avenue, Wilmette, III. 
Deborah Doyle, Chestnut Street, Clinton, N.Y. 
Rosario Drew, 570 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 
Mary Ann Droney, 334 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass. 
Josephine Egan, 23 Dale Avenue, Gloucester, Mass. 
Joan Engel, 14 Hope Street, Auburndale, Mass. 
Linda Ann Farrell, 28 Upyonda Way, Rumford, R.I. 
Juliet Fenlon, 72 Clifford Avenue, Pelham, N.Y. 
Margaret Mary Finegan, 49 Trent Road, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mary J. Flynn, 202 Edge Hill Road, Milton, Mass. 
Alma I. Fortin, 227 Springfield Street, Springfield, Mass. 
Harriet Smith Friday, Forest Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Susan M. F r i s bee 7 237 Park Street, Newton, Mass. 
Anne Gallagher, 15 Lester Avenue, Westerly, R.I. 
Kathleen Galvin, 27 Sutcliffe Avenue, Canton, Mass. 
Suzanne M.Gauthier, 10 Knollridge Drive, No. Smithfield, R.I. 
Helen Gj | lespie, Biltmore Avenue, Rye, N.Y. 
Linda-Mae Gleason, 40 Central Park South, New York, N.Y. 
Marizita Hall, 1 East Maple Avenue, Moorestown, N.J. 
Stephanie J. Hamberger, 38 South Walnut Street, East Orange, N.J. 
Sal lie P. Hamilton, 1055 W. 56 Street, Kansas City, Mo. 
Kathleen Hammett, 19605 Argyle Oval, Rocky River, Ohio 
Rinda Hauserman, 2023 Lyndway Road, Cleveland, Ohio 
Martha Ellen Healey, 48 Robinhood Road, Winchester, Mass. 
Frances Hesterberg, 478 Argyle Road, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Becky Ann Hogan, 200 East Delaware Place, Chicago, III. 
Judith M. Huff, 1405 17 Street N.W., Winter Haven, Fla. 
Kathleen Hughes, 3005 Kingsley Road, Shaker Heights, Ohio 
Janie Igoe, 6 Blenheim Drive, Manhasset, N.Y. 
Randi Innes, Box 265 R.R. 1 Bettendorf, Iowa 
Marcia Isaak, 228 Oak Street, Manchester, N.H. 
Maureen Kane, 39 Monument Square, Charlestown, Mass. 
Mary Susan Keane, 116 Plymouth Drive, Scarsdale, N.Y. 
Kathleen Kearney, 610 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 
Marion Kelly, 1184 Morton Street, Dorchester, Mass. 
Annie Laurie Kenedy, South Country Road, Bay Shore, N.Y. 
Colette Koechley, 49 Pulver Avenue, Ravena, N.Y. 
Marilyn E.Kuhn, 104 Mulberry Avenue, Garden City, N.Y. 
Maureen Lambert, 21 Leverich Street, Hempstead, N.Y. 
Norma LaSalle, 3217 West Shore Road, Warwick, R.I. 
Mary Sharon Leahy, 300 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
L. Penelope Long, 12825 Avenue DuBois S.W., Tacoma, Wash. 
Katherine Lumaghi, 20 No. Kingshighway, St. Louis, Mo. 
Patricia Lyster, 10 Primrose Court, Garden City, N.Y. 
Elizabeth Madden, 35 Druid Hill Road, Summit, N.J. 
L. Janice Magri, 5 Bellevue Hill Road, West Roxbury, Mass. 
Marcia E. Mahoney, Cranberry Lane, Dover, Mass. 
Sheila Anne Mahony, 5011 Woodale Lane, Edina, Minn. 
Susan Mangan, 276 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Rosemary Mangine, 17440 Shelburne Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohic 
Delia M. Mannix, 146 Beach 148 Street, Neponset, L.I., N.Y. 
Maura M. Mannix, 79 Hawthorne Street, Longmeadow, Mass. 
Elizabeth Martin, 111 South Avenue, Tiverton, R.I. 
Linda Matousek, 3497 Tall Timber Trail, Dayton, Ohio, 
Susan McAuliffe, 20 Woodland Road, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Ann McCabe, 571 Pomeroy Avenue, Pittsfied, Mass. 
Barbara McCarthy, 412 So. Linden Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Kathleen McCarthy, 38 Eaton Street, Winchester, Mass. 
Maura McCarthy, 21 South State Street, Concord, N.H. 
Suzanne C. McCloskey, 96 Kenwood Road, Garden City, N.Y. 
Anne McCracken, 4128 Harvard Avenue, Montreal, Canada 
Mary Ann McGeough, 34 B la isde 1 1 Avenue, Pawtucket, R.I. 
Kathleen McHale, c/o Creole Petroleum Co., Apt. 172, Maracaibo, Venez. 
Carolyn F. Mclnemey, 62 Chestnut Hill Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Clare McMahon, 353 Loudonville Road, Loudonville, N.Y. 
Martha Meaney, 192 Melrose Street, Auburndale, Mass. 
Kathleen Mearn, 10 Windsor Road, Milton, Mass. 
Maureen Meehan, 800 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 
Cynthia Melady, 61 Orme Courf, St. Paul, Minn. 
Donna Louise Moran, 6 Myrtledale Road, Scarsdale, N.Y. 



Barbara A. Moriarty, 2164 Briarwood Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

Karen Morley, 63 Willow Avenue, Larchmont, N.Y, 

Kay Moroney,, 19 Tisdale Road, Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Susan Moynahan, 62 Durand Road, Maplewood, N.J. 

Barbara Mozino, 12 W. Golf View Road, Havertown, Pa. 

Karen Mulvey, 140 Robius Rd., New Rochelle, N.Y. 

Barbara Ann Mesbitt, 1 Putnam Hill, Greenwich, Conn. 

Kathleen Ann Nolan, 2763 France Avenue So., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Katharine Nugent, 12 Locust Avenue, Larchmont, N.Y. 

Kathleen O'Brien, 6 North Fifth Avenue, Taftville, Conn. 

Sheila O'Meara, Main Street, East Orleans, Mass. 

Eileen Reilly, 146 Paradise Avenue, Middletown, R.I. 

Kathleen O'Riley, 2419 No, St. Johns, Highland Park, III. 

Elinor Kathleen O'Shea, 200 Christopher Street, Montclair, N.J. 

Cordelia Oskins, 119 Center Avenue, Chatham, N.J. 

Wallis Osterholz, 192 East Shore Road, Huntington, L.I., N.Y. 

Mary-Jo Ouellette, 24 Reed Drive, Wethersf ield, Conn. 

Mildred Perkins, 432 West Ten Eyck Street, Watertown, N.Y. 

Dorothy Raymond. 16 Ginn Road, Winchester, Mass. 

Marilynn Reed, 465 Next Day Hill Drive, Englewood, N.J. 

Marjorie Reiley, 320 Haines Road, York, Pa. 

Margaret Reiss, Taconic Road, Greenwich, Conn. 

Anne S. Richards, 225 State Avenue, Alpena, Mich. 

Mary Lou Rotoli, 878 No. Plymouth Avenue, Rochester, N.Y. 

Mary Ann Rush, 9 Chatham Street, Chatham, N.J. 

Elena Ryan, 615 Deming Place, Chicago, Ml. 

S. Lianne Ryan, 150 Bluff Avenue, Edgewood, R.I. 

Sally St. John, 121 Topton Way, Clayton, Miss. 

Constance Schepp, 207 No. Peterboro Street, Canastota, N.Y. 

Katrina Sclater, 929 Ives St., Hillcrest Farm, Watertown, N.Y. 

Kathleen Anne Scott, 20 Denise Terrace, Fairfield, Conn. 

Ann Joy Shields, River House, Bronxville, N.Y. 

Andrea Diane Shuman, 17 East 89 Street, New York, N.Y. 

Carol Singleton, 175 Sanford Street, Glens Falls, N.Y. 

Gabrielle Watts Smith, 478 Point Road, Little Silver, NJ. 

Maura Smith, 55 Payson Avenue, New York, N.Y. 

Sandra Marie Smith, 53 Templar Way, Summit, N.J. 

Ann Marie Sugden, 6 Highfield Circle, Milton, Mass. 

Alicia Sullivan, 30 Union Street, Bristol, R.I. 

Frances E. Sullivan, 33 Holman Street, Shrewsbury, Mass. 

Jane Austin Sullivan, 96 Whittam Avenue, Springfield, Mass. 

Wilma J. Sullivan, 1 Arlington Heights, Norwich, Conn. 

Carleen Testa, 386 Branch Avenue, Providence, R.I. 

Mary T. Thompson, 69 Summit Road, Port Washington, N.Y. 

Mary Elizabeth Tierney, 549 First Street, Brooklyn 15, N.Y. 

Mary Elizabeth Tobin, 11 Avon Road, Larchmont, N.Y. 

Patricia Ann Trifari, 206 Rumstick Point, Barrington, R.I. 

Mary Jo Vermeulen, 2601 12 Street, Moline, III. 

Susan Virmicombe, 142 Middlesex Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Nancy Waeber, 21 Division Street, Ormond Beach, Fla. 

Camilla Washburn, 1112 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 

Suzanne Weiss, 257 Kenwood Court, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Mary Westphal, 5009 Park Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Celeste Whamond, Purchase Street, Rye, N.Y. 

Margot White, 1133 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 

Eleanor E. Whitney, 141 Ellington Street, Longmeadow, Mass. 

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