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Ours is a century of search And no age has sought so royal a prize Marco Polo journeying to the Orient or Columbus sailing the rims of the Atlantic never dreamed of a challenge, a search, a victory so great as that of the twentieth century For modern man is headed for the stars And fantasy has become commonplace

And somewhere out beyond those stars God waits for man in his newest venture waits for him to match again the ageless with the new to find that the golden cross of the resurrected Christ is daring enough even for the blue of our age

The cross fantastic and commonplace, challenging and hopeful is young again with the new church of St. Peter


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The cross is a challenging thing It tests, tries, proves manhood Christ reached for it with giant joy

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The Stations of the Cross in the new St. Peter s I Church are of glass and concrete, the creation of H Mr. Charles Vukavitch of Maywoocl, New Jersey. Ij


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M ic h a e l A m b ro sio

F r a n c is B a d a c h

L o u is C a lv i

D e n n is C a n to li

Jo h n C a r r o ll

M ic h a e l C u r le y

G eorge D an eri

B ria n D a v is

H a ro ld D w y e r Jam es D u n n

1-A P a tr ic k F a llo n

iS h ffitiu s G a lv a n

K e n n e th L a d n y

K e n n e th H o e b e l

J am e s L e m a n

L o u is J a k u b

E d w a rd H ynes

' Jo h n H o llin g s w o rth

Jo h n M e s c a li

F r a n c is M erlo

W illia m M o rten so n

W illia m K o rn y la k

G a r y O ’ B rien

E d w a r d K u k lin sk i

D a n ie l O ’ C o n n o r

OFFICERS

TEA CH ER S

G e o rg e P iric h

G e r a r d K a h le

Latin Mr. Sinnott

History Mr. Cross

President William Mortenson

Math Fr. May English, Speech Mr. Sherry

Religion F t . Meagher

Vice President Edward Hynes

Health Fr. Abbott

Secretary Peter Sack Treasurer Daniel O’Connor

C h a r le s P o la k

L o u is P o m p ilio

P eter S ac k

Sum T h o m a s S h a ib le

P e te r S h e rry

W illia m Sim m s

Jo h n S h y n n e

9

M ark S u lliv a n

G re g o ry W illia m s


G a r y B r a d le y

L o u is C a s a z z a

R ob ert C o sen za

J o sep h C z e c h o w s k i

J am es D o n n e lly

Jam es E g a n

L a w r e n c e F in n e g a n

E d m u n d G lo r ia n d e

M ic h a e l G ra v in o

J am es H a e m m e rle

P a u l H e rin g

C h a rle s D a v is

R o b e rt G ra h a m

D a v id H e sk ir

K e ith H o c h ste in

TEA CH ER S English, History, Speech Mr. Sherry Latin Mr. Sinnott Math Fr. May R o b e rt J u n g

R ic h a r d K riste n sen

R o b e rt K r y c h k o w s k i

Religion Fr. Meagher

C h risto p h e r M a rv in n y

V in c e n t M c T ig h e

Health Fr. Abbott

OFFICERS Jo h n M ille r

E d w a r d M o tte rsh e a d

J am es M u rp h y

President Edmund Gloriande

P e te r O rrico

P a u l R o erty

Vice President Timothy Senff Secretary Robert Cleary Treasurer Richard Kristensen

Jam es S an d ers

T im o th y S en ff

John Sheehy

B e rn ard S ta lta ri

W illia m S ta n to n

G e ra rd S u lliv a n

J erom e

A n th o n y S u ru d a

P a u l T ru s k o w sk i

10

G e o rg e W o jc ik

R o b e rt Z a ien s


J am es B a rre tt

R o b ert D e l G h ia c c io

W illia m H a y e v y

E d w a rd K eenan

H o w a r d B e ll

G a r y D iV it o

R u d o lp h B illa c k

J am e s C a m p b e ll

C h a r le s C a p p ic c ille

T h o m a s D o u g h e r ty

R o b e r t H ill

W o lo d y m y r K o w b a s n iu k

J am e s C o llig a n

B ria n C o n a g h a n

R ic h a rd D re n n a n

G e o rg e D u v a

TE A C H E R S

OFFICE R S

Latin, English, Speech Fr. Murray

President Robert Del Ghiaccio

Math Mr. Rooney

Vice President Robert Hill

History, Health Fr. Abbott

Secretary Frank Campbell

Religion Fr. Meagher

Treasurer John Iwanski

M ic h a e l K w ia tk o w s k i

E d w ard L egow ski

John L e sk o

John L y n ch

F r a n c is C o n le y

John Iw a n sk i

F ra n c is K a rc z e w sk i

C h a rle s M a rto w lis

R o b ert M in te l

P a u l Orsi H . D e n n is O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; N e ill

W illia m R a nkin J effrey Q u irk

A J& i m m Stephen Z a ik o w sk i

John Righi ieholas T a g lu G a r y S c h u m a ch e r

M ic h a e l S im m on s

R o n a ld S o lan

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G e o ffr e y B la k e

Jo sep h B o n g io v a n n i

E d m u n d B u rk e

A n d re w B y rn e

G e o r g e C h a lm e rs

R o b e rt C h m ie le w s k i

P a u l D a ly

1-

F r a n c is C a n g e lo s i

e ns nCe h R o b eS rtet pDhie r a d w ic k

Jam es E a g a n

J o h n F e r r e ri

D a r y l G o ttilla

J o sep h G e a r y

J o h n G rib b o n

D e n is Johnson

John K a n e

if

P e te r K o c h

Ik

John M u rg o lo

Jero m e N o v o b ilsk i

Jo h n L o B u e

T h o m a s L o P re s ti

J am es M a tth e w s

TEACH ERS

OFFICERS-

Latin, English Fr. Daly

President William Morelli

Math Mr. Fallon

Vice President John McGeough

History, Speech Mr. Flek

S ecretary-Treasnrer John Ferreri

Religion Fr. Meagher Health Fr. Abbott

John M cG eou gh

T h o m a s O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; B o y le

R o b ert R e ve ri

W illia m Y eo m an s

M ic h a e l Sm ith

W illia m S h e rid a n

12

Jo sep h T e rra n o v a

W illia m M o re lli

John P ia z z a


TEACH ERS Latin Mr. Parisi

Religion Fr. Meagher

English Mr. Mulvihill

Health Fr. Abbott

Math Fr. May

Speech Fr. I I'otlen

H istory Mr. Sherry O F F IC E R S President Patrick Gallagher

Secretary Alan AVickersty

Vice President Kazimierz Hercholcl

Treasurer John Ambrose

Jo h n A m b ro s e

W illia m B a n n o n

R ob ert B o zzo

W illia m B u rn s

P a tr ic k G a lla g h e r

G le n n G rie c o

J a m e s G u a r d in o

R o b e rt H a le y

T h o m a s K e r r ig a n

C h a r le s K u z m in s k i

H a ro ld M o o re

R ic h a r d M o rg a n

F r e d e r ic k L a u

J o h n N a p ie rsk i

J o seph W a js z c z u k

M ic h a e l D â&#x20AC;&#x2122; A m o re

John H ennesey

J o seph M a rk

D a v id M a d e j

D a v id R e iser

W illia m P e trin a

B ru c e Z e m a n

A lla n W ic k e r s ty

13

J am es D e C ic c o

K a z im ie r z H e rc h o ld

Jo h n M a rra

W illia m R e u ter

Jo h n D o ra n

R o b e rt F o r d

J am es K e a m s

W illia m K e lly

P a u l M cG o v e rn

R o n a ld M ich a le w sk y


G e o r g e A p s le y

R o b e r t D o y le

Thom as B acsk ay

J am e s F a n n in g

R ic h a r d B ie le c k i

B e rn a rd B r a d y

A n t h o n y C a la b r e s e

R o b e rt C h e lo e

TEA CH ER S

O F FIC E R S

English, Latin, Religion Fr. Hoffen

President John Keselica

Math Mr. Rooney

Vice President Daniel Donahue

History Mr. Mulvihill

Secretary John W adle

Health Fr. Abbott

Treasurer James Fanning

M a rtin C o llin s

R o b e rt F r e z z o

D a n ie l D o n a h u e

T h o m a s K e ith

Speech Mr. Flek

Jo h n K e s e lic a

A n d r e w M a n d ra c k ie

M S ta n le y K ie lb o w ic z

M ic h a e l M a ro tta

E d w a r d L e w is

M ic h a e l M a rre lla

F r e d e r ic k M a ry a n sk i

S te v e n M u rp h y

P e te r M a la te sta

Jo sep h N a p o li

P a u l N e w e ll C a r l R e stiv o

J am es R o a c h K e v in R o o n e y

Jam es Scott

B e rn ard S y p n ie w sk i

H en ry T erw ed ow

John W a d le

A n d r e w W a lla c e

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L e o n a rd Z a z z a rin o


R o b e rt A le x a n d e r

TEACH ERS

O F F IC E R S

English, Speech Mr. Mulvihill

President Joseph McManus

Latin Fr. Meagher

Vice President John Scott

Math Mr. Rooney

Secretary Richard Becker

History Mr. Cross

Treasurer W illiam McCahill

F r a n c is A lle n

R a y m o n d B e rb e ric h

J o sep h B re w e r

R o n a ld B u ry k

Jo h n C o m c o w ic h

J am es D a v is

W illia m D e v lin

Jam es F in n

G e o r g e H o ly

D a n ie l H ra b e r

Religion Fr. Hoffen A le x a n d e r G u z in s k i

Health Fr. Abbott

P e te r K u lk o s k y

H a r o ld M c N u lty

J oseph M c C o rm a c k

R o n a ld R e y a n

R o b e rt R isslan d

M ic h a e l L a v a n

G e ra rd M a d a io

T h o m a s M ilk o w sk i

R o y e r O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; B rien

15

D a v id M c C o n v ille

W illia m M c C a h ill

S te v e n O le s k y

John S c o tt

W illia m R o m o llin o

K e n n eth K rask a

T h o m a s O p illa

W illia m P etro

John W alsh


H e n ry B a lz a n i

R o b e rt C u tr o

P h ilip D â&#x20AC;&#x2122;A g o s tin o

R ic h a r d B ig g

G e o r g e D a v is

J o sep h B u rk e

J o h n B u tle r

D o n a ld D e C e s a r e

TEA C H ER S

O FFICE R S

English, Speech Mr. Mulvihill

President Joseph Burke

Latin, Math Mr. Fallon

V ice President Thomas Mehlem

History Mr. Cross

Secretary John Butler

Religion F t. Hoffen

Treasurer Laurence McHeffey

A n d rew G uzo

Health Fr. Abbott

J o h n H a ll

K e v in H a n b u ry

S te p h e n H a n se n

B a s il I w a n y k

T h o m a s K e a t in g

T h o m a s J am es K e lly

H o w a rd K n a p p

D o n a ld K risp in

R o b e rt L in d s a y

V in c e n t L y n c h

A lfr e d M arsh e llo

E . G e ra rd M c G o v e rn

L a u r e n c e M c H e ffe y

T h o m a s M eh lem

Jo h n O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; C o n n e ll

A le x a n d e r R e id

A rth u r R iz z i

Jo h n L a r k in

A n d r e w M cG u ire

D a n ie l P e tre lla

J o seph R y g lic k i

J am es S u tc liffe

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T im o th y V erd o n


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F r e d e r ic k D u c c a

Jo h n Bado

E u g e n e D u f fy

Bernard Berry

G eorge Cocdano

R ichard D elM astro

TEACH ER S

O F FIC E R S

Latin, English Mr. Mazzella

President Howard Griffiths

Math Mr. Duffy

Vice President Raymond Lubanski

History Mr. Hollender

Secretary-T reas-urer Bernard Moore

Religion Fr. Smith Speech Mr. McNally

H o w a r d G riffith s

Thom as D eM artin i

Richard Devins

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R o b e rt K e n n e d y

B e rn a rd M o o re

T h o m a s O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; B rien

S ta n le y O r z e c h o w s k i

R ic h a r d P e c k

John Tooley

Eugene W oznicki

L e o n a r d F ra n c o

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J o sep h H a n so n

W illia m Jones

Robert D iB ella

W illia m H o w e

S t a n le y L e W a n d

R aym ond L u b an ski

18

R o b e rt M a g n e r

J o sep h M a h o n e y

J o sep h M c C a r th y

J am es M c D o n a ld


D e n n is B a rre tt

J oseph A rm b ru s te r

J o h n B a ssi

J o sep h B ra n n e g a n

J am es B u tle r

D o n a ld C ip o le tto

J am es D â&#x20AC;&#x2122; E lia

2-B TEACHERS

O F FIC E R S

Latin Fr. Hess

President Donald Cipoletto

English Mr. Parisi

V ice President Robert Gorman

Math Mr. Hanlon

Secretary Thomas Rochford

History Mr. Hollender

T reasurer John Bassi

Religion Fr. Purcell Speech Mr. M cNally

R ic h a rd D o n n e lly

R ic h a rd K e e g a n

John F a y

C h a r le s G a lla g h e r

R o b e rt G o rm a n

Jo h n G ie b a s

R o b e rt M cK e n n a

A rth u r K o s ia k o w s k i

C h risto p h e r K e m p

John Tarrant C h a rle s P ilg e r

P a tr ic k R e illy

W illia m H e rb ert

T h o m a s R o ch fo rd

19

T h e o d o re T u rn a se lla

R ic h a rd H e u b e l

P a u l J acobso n

L e o n a rd M ro zak

T e rra n ce O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Brien

F ra n c is V e n u to lo

W illia m W a lsh


J o se p h C a b ib b o

C h a r le s C a p p a d o n a

D a n ie l C o d y

M ic h a e l D o w d

L eo Em anuel

C h a rle s C a tr illo

C h a r le s C h ic c o n e

R o b e rt D o b is

R o n a ld D o le s

Jo h n E m m o n s

R o n a ld F a r r e ll

2 B ria n F la h e r t y

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R o b e r t G e s e ll

E d m u n d H e s k in

TEACH ERS

R o b e rt H u sse y

J o sep h L e c o w it e h

Jo h n M a rco n i

E d m un d M cC an n

D a v id O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; N e ill

R o b e rt Q u in n

W illia m R o g ers

D a n ie l R o o n e y

S te v e n S e c a re

D o n a ld S n y d er

R o b e rt W a r d

G e o rg e Z a h n

R o b ert M cD o n n e ll

Latin Mr. Mazzella English Fr. Purcell Math Mr. Duffy History Mr. Hollender OFFICERS President Joseph Cabibbo

Religion Fr. Smith Speech Mr. McNally

Vice President Robert Gesell Secretary Daniel Cody Treasurer Charles Catrillo

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Joh n B an ach

R o b e rt Connelly

m R o b e rt H a lla s

Josep h D o n atacci

F ra n cis Esposito

Jo h n Feehan

Thom as Florian i

Ralph Guenther

m

R a ym o n d H a n b u ry

John H ughes

G r e g o r y M in e r v a

R ic h a rd M a r c z u k

E d w a rd R egen ye

P eter C ullum

G a b r ie l S c u d e s e

M ic h a e l S e rv in o

R ic h a r d K a c p r o w ic z

W illia m K e lle r

T h o m a s K o rn y la k

R o b e r t M o o re

T h o m as P akenh am

R ic h a r d Q u in n

J o se p h S ta n d ish

S te p h e n L e m b o

E d w in V ro o m

TEACHERS English, History Mr. Reptogle Latin Fr. Snyder Math Mr. Lee Religion Fr. Smith Speech Mr. McNally

OFFICERS President Francis Esposito Vice President Stephen Lembo Secretary-Treasurer Edward Regenye


T EA C H ER S English, History Mr. Replogle Latin Mr. Walsh Math Mr. Howard Religion Fr. Snyder R ic h a r d B a r r y

Speech Mr. McNally

OFFICERS President Martin Shanahan Vice President Michael Paoloni C h a r le s B ru e n

J am es D a lto n

D o u g la s C o n tre ra s

C h a rle s D a n k o

R ic h a r d D ie h l

R a y m o n d D o ra n

John K e n n e d y

Jo h n L a y e n d e c k e r

Secretary-T reasurer John Kennedy

V in c e n t D e L o re n z o

M ic h a e l G ra n w e h r

Paul Lem pa

P e te r L o rd i

2

S te p h e n M ag n u s

Z D o n a ld M u g lia

Joseph R ic e

Jo sep h S an ch is

W a rre n N ilsen

R a y m o n d O le s k y

M ich a e l P a o lo n i

D e n n is P eterson

M a rk S c u lly

M artin S h a n ah a n

R o b ert S iv o ri

T h o m a s S m ith

22

F re d e ric k T o m k in s

F re d e ric k V ig g ia n o


TEA CH ER S Latin Mr. Parisi

History Mr. Sardina

English Mr. McNally

Religion Fr. Smith

Math Mr. Howaid

Speech Mr. Wlecke

Science Fr. Hess

O FFICERS President Paul Kelly Vice President Patrick W allace Secretary George Schilp Treasurer Jack Cimprich

M ic h a e l B a n n o n

J am e s B a s te k

A n t h o n y B lu m e tt i

J o h n G ib n e y

T hom as D en t

M a rk C a r r o ll

J a c k C im p r ic h

M ic h a e l G ille n

J o sep h G ra z ia n o

S tep h e n K le id

John Spaziani

John H a lp in

R o b e rt K o p k i

V in c e n t L a p i

P a u l K e lly

W illia m H ill

P e te r L e a h y

G ary Com pa

A n d r e w M e tro p o le

Anthony Spina

P a u l N a p o li

A lfr e d P a la z z o

Thom as Szott

Patrick W allace

P h ilip P o lk

F ra n c is W a r d

G e o rg e S ch ilp

Jo sep h R a fte r

John W a rd

W illia m Z a so w sk i


Robert Barako

Jam es Biondi

J am e s C le a r y

J o h n C r o w le y

W illia m G a r d e c k i

T h o m a s G o rrie

W illia m H a u g h e y

W ayn e H ayes

W a lter B lack

Raym ond Boyko

Jo h n Brueck

Jo h n Cam panella

A rthur C arlu cci

V in c e n t D e B a r i

Terrence Checki

R ic h a r d D u n n e

TEACH ERS Latin Fr. Snyder English Mr. McNally Math Mr. Howard

C a r l M in k e l

N ich o la s M o n te fo rte

R o b ert S c h ie b e l

A n d r e w S o n ch a

R ic h a r d K e lly

A le x a n d e r K ic z e k

J o sep h L o c h te

O FFICERS

History Mr. Hollender Science Fr. Hess

President James Cleary

Religion Fr. Smith

T reasurer Terrence Checki

Speech Mr. Walsh

Secretary Raymond Boyko

H a rry V e rp e n t

B a rry L a F o r g ia

Vice President William Haughey

Joseph Y u s k a

R a y m o n d Z a rn o w sk i

H H B T h o m a s N e rv e g n a

K e n n e th Z ito

P e te r R en n er

R a y m o n d Z o ln o w sk i


L a w r e n c e C o llin s

M a rk B ra n o n

W a lte r F a lk o w s k i

B ryan d u L a n ey

L o u is F erra ra Jo h n F a llo n

T EA CH ER S Greek, Latin Mr. Walsh

G e r a ld F it z p a tr ic k

G e o r g e H e ld

P a tric k M eeh a n

G e o r g e F o o te

G re g o r y H r e b in ia k

F r e d e r ic k M ille r

T h o m a s S h a rk e y

R o b e rt G e o r g ia

D o n a ld J o w o risa k

W a lte r M o rtim er

F ra n c is S ilv estris

History Mr. Sardina

OFFICERS President Mark Branon

English Religion Mr. Mazzella Fr. Snyder

Vice President Gerald McCarthy

Math Speech Mr. Howard Mr. McGrath

Secretary Walter Mortimer Treasurer Thomas Manzo

G re g o ry G o e lln e r

C o n r a d K u fta

C o n r a d K o w a ls k i

D a n ie l O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; H a ra

T im o th y P asto rin o

R ic h a rd S k o b la r

R ° b e rt V iti

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T hom as M anzo

E u g e n e H a rd in g

W a y n e M a rsh a ll

G e r a ld M c C a rth y

D o n a ld R ie d lin g e r

P a u l R o eh ren b eck

D en n is San tom au ro

R ic h a rd W e stp h a l

A lb e rt W h ite

R o b ert W ic k ie w ic z


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C arl A rabia

L aw re n ce B ab b io

Jo h n B erb erich

Philip Bo zzelli

A nthony Cocco

Joseph Digeronim o

Joseph F rees

Thom as Goger

TE A C H E R S

Jo h n H a n se n

Latin, English Mr. McGrath

Chemistry Mr. Miller

History Mr. Kennedy

Math Mr. Rosati

Greek Fr. York

Religion Fr. Jaschko

German Mr. Faeth

R ob ert H ooper

M ic h a e l Jackso n

M e rrill J acobso n

O F FIC E R S President Merrill Jacobson

Vice President Philip Bozzelli

Treasurer Joseph Digeronimo

Secretary Edward Kosnik

John K e ll y

J o h n K ir in c ic h

R o b e rt M e y e rs

J o h n M id d le to n

W a rre n S h e a

T h o m a s S m ith

E d w a rd T y n a n

W a lt e r M o d ry s

R o n a ld P a lm ie ri

P h ilip P es tric h e llo

C h a r le s S h iv e r ic k

W illia m T a s s o n e

L a w r e n c e W a u r in

E d w a r d Z lo tk o w s k i

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N e il P o lo

E d w a r d K o sn ik

A n th o n y M en d o lla

G e ra rd R u sso n ie llo

A lla n S h a b et


TEACH ERS Latin Fr. Lynch

History Mr. Kennedy

English Mr. W lecke

Religion Fr. Jaschko

Math Mr. L ee

Speech Mr. Moore

German Mr. Illy O F FIC E R S President W illiam Holy

Secretary Gregory Hochstein

Vice President John Pankowicz

Treasurer Peter Rogers

T h o m a s B o n ifa n ti

M a r tin C la n c y

D a n ie l C u lle to n

W a lt e r D e v a n e y

R ic h a r d D o w n e y

John D u n n e

W illia m H e a n e y

G re g o r y H o c h stein

C h a rle s H o ffm an n

T h o m a s M c G re a l

P eter R o g ers

M ic h a e l G r a f

W illia m H o ly

J o sep h M i ch a le w sk y

W illia m Slossar

P a u l N esto r

F ra n c is S p izziri

J am es H a n le y

R ic h a r d J aco b s

R o b ert K e lly

J o sep h L o n g o

Jo h n P a n k o w ic z

John P a p p a s

Jo sep h R e p k a

F ra n c is T o d e sc h i

E u g e n e T o rp e y


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W a lte r B a ile

Joh n B la n e y

Thom as C am m arata

TEACH ERS

J am e s C u r le y

English, History Mr. Kennedy

French Mr. O ’Sullivan

Latin Mr. Woods

Religion Fr. Jaschko Speech Mr. Moore

Math Mr. Rosati

Ed w ard C orrigan

Jo h n Crowe

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Lou is C uccaro

Bruce Cummings

J il M R o y D o d so n

B e rn a rd D u g a n

T h o m a s G le a so n

E d w a r d G o rsk i

M ic h a e l I z z o

John K a k o le w sk i

O F F IC E R S President Brian Sheeran

Secretary John Crowe

V ice President Edward Gorski

Treasurer John Kutney

G a r y G a r b a c c io D a n ie l F e r g u s o n

D e n n is G riffin J o h n G ra y

W illia m K n a u s

Jo h n K ra sn o d e m sk i

Jo h n K u tn e y

J o sep h K e a ly

J o seph M a n g a n

R ic h a rd M ercier

N ich o la s M icu cc i

L a w r e n c e L o s c a lz o

R ic h a rd M o ria rty

W illia m M u e lle r

W illia m N e tch e rt

John R u a n e

W illia m O ’ D a y

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L o u is S iv o ri

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H e n r y B u k la d

J o h n I g le s ia s

J e ffre y C lu t te r b u c k

W illia m D a v is o n

Jam es K in g

S a lv a to r e L a tt e r i

E d w a r d D e v lin

K e n n e th H e e n e y

S te p h e n H e n d z a k

W illia m H ig g in s

R ic h a r d M o lte n i

R ic h a r d M o ra h a n

D o n a ld M ro ze k

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Latin, Greek Fr. York

English Mr. W lecke

Math Mr. Lee

History Mr. Sardina

French Fr. Jaschko

Religion Fr. Murray

German Mr. Faeth O FFICERS

A n th o n y O r ric o

M a u ric e O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; S u lliv a n

J o sep h P a rk es

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President Joseph Sack

Secretary Stanley Zaborowski

Vice President Richard Molteni

Treasurer Jeffrey Clutterbuck


D ennis B ozza

G e o r g e D o o ris

Pau l C asadonte

Jo h n C astelli

G e o r g e E g g e rs

J o h n E llio t t

C harles C heek

Eu gen e Chmielewski

R o n a ld G h e r a r d i

R ic h a r d G ra n d e

P a t r ic k M a n z o

Anthony D el T u fo

Joseph Cleary

Robert Dempsey

R ic h a rd M a la n o w sk i

R o b e rt K re tz e r

Latin Mr. McGrath

Gerhian Mr. Faeth

English Mr. Kennedy

Chemistry

Math Mr. Rosati

History Mr. Sardina

French Fr, Jaschko

Religion Fr. D aly

Mr. Miller S tu a rt M cG re g o r

R o b ert M ey e r R a lp h M c L a in

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F ra n c is O ’ B rie n

J o h n O ’ H a llo ra n

G a b r ie l P o m p e o

R o b e rt Q u a c k e n b u sh

T h o m a s R a im o n d i

R ic h a rd S in g le r

John Rowe

R o b e rt R y a n

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K e n n e th A n d re w s

A le x a n d e r B o o th

J o sep h B o z z a

D a n ie l C a s tr illo n

D e n n is D w y e r

John E ckn er

John E rn st

K e lv in F la h e r t y

J am es C la r k

R ic h a r d C o h a n

P a t r ic k D e l M astro

R o b e rt D o h e rty

R a y m o n d F o rd

D a v id H e a ly

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English Mr. Kennedy

R o n a ld K o b u s

History Mr. Sardina

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French Fr. Jaschko Religion Fr. Daly

OFFICERS R o b e rt K u n z

President Robert Zakhar Vice President Daniel Murphy Secretary John Ernst Treasurer Ronald Sabol

J o sep h L a m p h ie r

M ic h a e l M o n a h a n

D a n ie l M u rp h y

P a tric k S c u ra

Jam es M u rp h y

Jam es O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; N e ill

D o n a ld O rric k

T h o m a s T u d is c o

M ich a e l V a r le y

R ic h a rd V a u g h a n

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Jo sep h V ie ra d k a

K e n n e th R e a

H a ro ld W e ic h le r

R o n a ld S a b o l

R o b ert Z a k h a r


M ich ael A gresta

R ich ard A lbers

E u gen e Boyle

F ran cis Cappadona

Thom as Cosgrove

M ichael D â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Alessandro W illiam Dluzniew ski

Richard Doll

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S ta n le y H a r ta n o w ic z

Math Mr. McGuinness

German Mr. Cross

Latin Mr. Duffy

History Mr. Sardina

English Mr. W lecke

Religion Fr. Murray

Chemistry Mr. Miller

T h o m a s K e m p c z y n sk i

R o b e rt H e ch le r

OFFICERS President Anton Mure Vice President Eugene Boyle Secretary George Logan Treasurer Michael Agresta

P eter K o c m a ls k i

G e o rg e L o g a n

Joseph M cC a rth y

R o b ert R in gier

P eter T im perm an

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A n to n M u re

Jo h n O â&#x20AC;&#x2122; D e a

Jam es M u rp h y

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F ra n c is R e illy


Mary the mother of Christ His parent, guide and counsellor

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PRINCIPAL 1936-1943

STUDENT COUNSELLOR 1943-1961

MODERATOR OF ALUMNI 1945-1958

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Rev. Joseph T. Browne, S.J., M.A. Latin, English, Religion Senior Sodality, Student Council

Miss Catherine J. Collins, M.L.S. Library Science Library Club


Mr. Karl J. Faeth, M.S. German

Rev. Mr. Francis A. Fallon, A.B. Latin, Mathematics Art Club

Mr. John P. Flek, M.S. History, Speech


Mr. W illiam L. Hanlon, B.S.

Rev. Peter F. Hess, S.J., Th.L. Latin Fundamentals of Science

Mathematics, History

Rev. H enry A. Hoffen, S.J., A.B. Latin, English, Religion Speech

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Rev. Mr. John J. McGrath, S.J., A.B.

lev. Mr. Blaise C . M azzella, S.J., A.B.

Latin, English Inscape

Latin, English Freshman Sodality, Oratory

Mr. Robert A. McGuinness, A.B. Mathematics

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Rev. Robert E. O ’Donnell, S.J., M.A. Latin, English Religion, Debating

Mr. Clement C. O ’Sullivan, A.B., LL.B., Litt.D,

Mr. Louis J. Parisi, M.A.

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Mr. Charles J. Rooney, M.A.

Mr. Vincent J. Rosati, B.S.

Mathematics

Mathematics

Mr. Francis V. Sardina, M.A. English, History


Rev. Mr. J. Joseph Sherry, S.J., A.B. English, History, Speech Petroc

Rev. James V. Smith, S.J., M.A. Religion

Mr. Joseph W . Sinnott, M.A., L L.B . Latin


Rev. E dw ard J. Snyder, S.J., M.A. Latin, Religion Director of Athletics

Rev. Mr. Thomas P. Walsh, S.J., M.A. Latin, Greek, Speech Classical Academy

Mr. A lbert O. W lecke, M.A. English


The cross grows green along the w ay becomes a tree of many branches great with life And Christ a man of many colors

W e do not go the way of Prep alone Christ is there to clasp the hand Christ runs and acts, writesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;yes, dances, laughs in the style of the Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s man


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Kneeling: Denis Howe, Raymond Kane, Joseph Santangelo, Jerome Smith, F ra n cis U n ger, James B ric k le y , W ellin gto n Davis. Standing: Francis McGurk, Thomas Mc­ Laughlin, Gregory Flak, Paul McGee, Charles MeGraw, William Ziclasko, Salvatore Grillo, Thomas Monahan, Michael Boyle, Robert Brown, Salvatore Tagliareni, Robert John­ son, F ra n cis D e C ic c o , Thomas O ’Leary, Michael Outwater, Richard Presby.

Raymond Kane (Vice-Pre­ fect), S alv ato re Grillo (Treasurer), W ellin gto n Davis (Prefect), Robert Brown (Secretary), Father Browne (Moderator).


JUNIOR 'ront Row: Robert Hooer, John Castelli, Joseph lic h a le w s k y , T ho m as •onifanti, Richard Moleni, G a b rie l Pom peo. econd Row: Lawrence Vaurin, Eugene Chmieswski, Kenneth Heeney, Villiam W allace, Salvaore L a tte ri, M ich a e l )’Alessandro. Third Row: ttch ard M ala n o w sk i, rhomas Smith, Thomas 3oger, Joseph C le a r y , lobert Dempsey, William Vlueller, P eter R ogers. Sack Row: John Hansen, Walter Wiechetek, David 3 i0 rdano, Merrill Jacobion, Joseph M angan, Stanley Zaborowski.

Officers David Giordano ■ and Henry Buklad with Fr. Daly, Moderator.

Front Row: Ronald Palmieri, Louis Novellino, Charles Cheek, Joseph Parkes, Thomas Goger, John O ’Dea, Thomas Kempczynski. Second Row: Laurence Waurin, Martin Clancy, Peter Rogers, David Giordano, W illiam Slossar, John Hansen. Back Row: Darnel Ferguson, Robert Quackenbush, Charles McAulifre, William Holy, Paul Casadonte, Louis Cuccaro, Francis Cappadona, William Wallace, Richard Malanowski, Maurice O’Sullivan.


SOPHOMORE

J?ront Row: Stephen Kleid, Michael Gillen, Robert Humenik, Joseph Ofeaziano. Second Row: James Cleary, Raymond Boyko, Terrence Cne^a, Vincent Sarno. Third Row: Frederick Ducca, Conrad Kowaisk% Joseph Mahoney, Robert W ickiewicz. Fourth Row: Mark Branon, llonald Riedlinger, Donald Joworisak, W ayne Marshall. Back Row: William Gardecki, Thomas Nervegna, Richard Westphal, W alter FalkowsM

Front Row: Paul Roehrenbeck, John Traynor, Richard K acprow iei John Feehan. Second Row: Charles Bruen, Raymond Banbury Charles Miller, Joseph Kamiensky. Third Row: John Fay, Joh| Ward, Paul Jacobson, Arthur Kosiakowski. Back Row: John Banach, Thomas Kornylak, Richard Dunne, Lawrence Collins.

Paul Jacobson (Prefect), Fr. Purcell (M oderator), Charles Bruen, W ayne Marshall.

jrvegna. Second Row: Walter Mortimer. Third Roiv: Law足 rence Collins, Raymond Hanbury, Charles Bruen, Donald Muglia. Fowth Row: Michael Granwehr, John Ward, James Cleary, Patrick Gallagher. Back Row: Joseph Hanson, Joseph Graziano, Richard Kelly, Michael Gillen.

LEAGU]


FRESHMAN

F r o n t R o w : Jo sep h W a js z c z u k , C h a rle s K u z m in s k i, R o n a ld M ic h a le w sk y , John H e n n e s e y . S e c o n d R o w : F ra n c is S o ro ch e n , T hom as K e rrig a n , K a z im ie rz H e r c h o l^ T im o th y V e r d o n . B a ck R ow : John D g ^ i i , J o sep h M a rk , P a tric k G a lla g h e r, C h r i ^ p h e r M a rv in n y , Jo h n W a lsh .

F r o n t R o w : R o b e rt F r e z z o , J o h n B e irn e , E d w a r d M o tte rsh e a d , Jo h n B u tle r. S e c o n d R o w : Jam es E a g a n , G a r y O ’ B r ie n , Jo h n G o m c o w ic h , M ic h a e l M u llin . T h ir d R o w : Jo h n C a r r o ll, G e r a ld K a h le , J o sep h G e a r y , J am es D u n n . F o u r th Row:% A n d r e w B y rn e , B re n d a n S c o tt, J o h n L o B u e , G e o r g e C h a l­ m ers. B a ck R o w : D o n a ld K e lly , G e r a r d M a d a io , G e o ffr e y B la k e , R o b e rt G ra h a m .

S o d a lity O ffice rs Jo h n K e rri­ g a n , J am es E g a n a n d W illia m S ta n to n (P re fe c t), w ith M r. M a z z e lla (M o d era to r).

F ro n t R ow : S te v e n O le s k y , L o u is C a s a z z a , W illia m S ta n to n , A lfr e d M a rsh e llo . S e c o n d R ow : K e n n e th R u e g g , S te p h e n H a n se n , K e v in H a n b u ry , A n d r e w W a lla c e . T h ir d R ow : G e o rg e D a v is , R ic h a rd B ig g , Joseph^ N a p o li, Jam es E g a n . F o u r th R o w : B atil T ru s k o w sk i, D a v id H e sk in , T im o th y S e n ff, R o b e rt C o se n z a . B a ck R o w : J o h g ^ T u d e k , K e ith H o c h ste in , G ary B r a d le y , Jo seph C z e c h o w sk i.

EADERS

F m n t R o w • Tames E a g a n , N ich o la s T a g lia r e n i, G a r y O B r a n , B e rn a rd S ta lta n , T h o m as K p rH co n R o b e rt K ry c h k o w s k i, R ic h a rd K riste n sen , John L o B u e , G e ra rd S u lliv a n , r w S K u y m in sk i Toseph G e a r)'. B a ck R ow : A lb e r t R in a ld , S tep h e n H a n se n , R o b ert f'hf»lnc P a tric k G a lla g h e r , Jo sep h N a p o li, T im o th y V e rd o n , R ic h a rd B^gg, B e rn a rd B ra d y , G e o rg e D a n e ri, C h risto p h e r M a rv in n y , T h o m a s K e lly .


T h e most catastrophic ! laps® o f m e m o r y ts lKaj m a n has f o r g o t t e n he l i v i n g o n a star.

T he closed retreats for Seniors and Juniors at Gonzaga Retreat House, Monroe, N ew York—three unfor­ gettable days.

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Sitting: John Schroeder, Mario Basile, Harold Lambert, Rich足 ard Graddock, Fr. Browne (Moderator), Paul Taffaro, John Hurley, Joseph Dowd. Standing: Joseph Sack, John Hill, Anton Mure, William Holy, Robert Zakhar, Merrill Jacobson.

Sitting: M artin S h an ah an , M ark Branon, Joseph Cabibbo, Howard Griffiths, Fr. Browne, James Cleary, Francis Esposito, Donald Cipoletto. Standing: Joseph McManus, Patrick Gallagher, William Morelli, Robert Del Ghiaccio, Edmund Gloriande, John Keselica, Christopher Mortenson.

Treasurer

JOSEPH DOW D

Vice President

JOHN HURLEY

Secretary

MARIO BASILE


Editor-in-Chief BOB BROW N Business Manager FRAN K C A T A L IN A Treasurer CH A R L E Y M cGRAW Section Editors LARRY BESSERER JOHN H ARN ETT MIKE BERKO W ITZ FRAN K McGURK JACK LA U

Mr. Woods (Moderator), Bob Brown (Editor-in-Chief), Frank Catalina (Business Manager), Charley McGraw (Treasurer).

Theme Editor TOM M ONAHAN Photographers TOM Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;L E A R Y B IL L H O LY JOHN M cKENNA JACK KAKO LEW SKI Artist JIM BRIC K LEY

Peinean '6 i Joe Donohue, Jim Brickley, Tom Monahan, George Brogan, Tom Hart.

John Schroeder, Frank Catalina.

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Russ Pepe

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Bill Flood

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Joe Dowd

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Otto Lillo

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Front Row: Louis Jakub, John Comcowich, M ichael Graf, Thomas Birnie. Back Row: Ronald Sabol, Donald Petrella, Louis Macellaro.

John Castelli, Peter Sherry, John Kelley, Charles M cGraw, Denis Hruza, John Lesko, Robert Graham, Charles Martowlis.


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MR. JOHN REPLOGLE M ODERATOR

Front Row: Lawrence Besserer, Robert Brown, Anthony Mahoney, Richard Malanowski. Second Row: John Har足 nett, Thomas Smith, Michael Monteforte, Joseph Terranova, Henry Buklad. Back Row: John LoBue, Arthur Kosiakowski, Robert Barako, Robert Byrne, Paul Roehrenbeck, Joseph Mahoney.

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Band Managers: Pete Mezey, Art Williams, Don Muglia, Jim Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill.

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Larry Besserer (President), Tom Bimie (Vice President), John Gawlik (Secretary-Treas-


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Kneeling: Bill Zielasko, W alt Devaney, Mike Todaro, Bob Ford, Carl Restivo, Mike Kennedy. Standing: Mario Basile, Tim Verdon, Frank Herrmann, Frank McGurk, Tom Tebbens, Paul Jacobson, Jim Dugan, Tom DeMartini.


Down left: John Braeck, W alt Wiechetek, W olodymyr Kowbasniuk, Bob Olen, Tony LaFante, Mike Kwiatkowski. Down right: John Emmons, George Dooris, Tony Arasin, John Hansen, Joe Mangan. Across: Gabe Pompeo, Chris Marvinny.


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Tom Gorrie, Andy Soncha, Stan Kielbowicz, Steve Scheiner, James Clark, Denny Hruza, Tom Bacskay, Joe Mahoney, Jim Butler, A1 Palazzo.

W alt Wiechetek, Richie Presby. Merrill Swiney, A1 Zagarola.

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Weehawken Gym

39 39 47

66

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54

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46

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Dickinson Gym . . . .

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45

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43

Marist

Weehawken Gym

42

Seton Hall

Upsala Gym .

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Trenton Catholic

Newport

All Hallows

N e w p o r t ...........................

**63

W on 20

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Lost 6

0 Christmas Tournament sponsored by St. Peter’si College * * Eastern States Catholic Invitational Tournament

Prep turned in an award-winning per­ formance this year, taking the Hudson County Championship and the Eastern States Catholic Invitational Tournament title. L ed by Jim Barry, Frank Nicoletti, and W ayne McGuirt, the Maroon Maraud­ ers charged to a 20 and 6 record. Four of the six defeats w ere suffered while big Jim, who broke Prep’s all-time scoring record, was sidelined with a leg injury. After his return everything clicked. Halligan s men steamrolled through their league schedule, tw ice defeating arch-rival Snyder in three contests that were the season’s highlights. In the county finals, the Demarest North Hudson Champions, with twenty consec­ utive wins behind them, were run out of the Jersey C ity Armory, 75-40. The one disappointment of the year was the five point loss to Seton Hall in the semi-finals of the State Catholic “A ” Tournament, but that defeat made the next three victories all the sweeter. A t Newport the Panthers moved into the final round with an easy victory over D e La Salle and a not so easy conquest of Trenton Catholic. In the last game A ll Hallows struggled through the first half, but then the Prep squad forged ahead, never to be threatened This eleven-point victory capped one ot Prep’s most successful seasons in its brilliant basketball history.


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Gee, is it all mine?

Shootin’ for the stars.

Hudson County Trophy

IN D IV ID U A L HONORS BARRY—All County Team ir’s All Time High Scorer (1224 points) N IC O LET TI—All County Team McGUTRT—All Cnnntv Team


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J.V. TEA M Center: E d Kosnik. Left to Right: Ricky Mercier, Jim Cleary, Mike Dowd, Jim Hanley, Vin McFadden, Bob W ard, Neil Heskin, Joe Repka, E d Regenye, Gary Compa, Richy Kacprowicz, Jack Ward. T.V. R ECO RD S.P. 49 66

49 55 64 65 54 45 52

St. Aloysius St. Michael’s Bayonne St. Michael’s Lincoln . . . Ferris . Marist . . . Snyder . . . Dickinson .

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Opp.

S.P.

43 32 43 44 49 29 58 35 50

51 54 60 43 63

Opp.

Bayonne . . . . . 45 M a r i s t ...................... . 43 F e r r i s ...................... . 35 Snyder . . . . . 49 Lincoln . . . . . 53 *44 Demarest (overtime) . 46 69 St. Mary’s . . . . . 66 . 40 55 Dickinson . . . . * Hudson County Championship

W on 14, Lost 3

Mr. Bill MeKeever J.V. Coach

FRESHM AN B ASK E TB A LL RECORD S.P. 48 39 47 60 53 62 72 47 41 43 68

60 53 49 46 49 40 40 58

Opp. B a y o n n e ............................................................37 ........................................................33 Dickinson Essex C a t h o l i c ................................................. 53 St. M i c h a e l s .................................................. 35 St. M i c h a e l 's ..................................................46 St. Anthony’s ................................................. 20 Dickinson ....................................................... 53 B a y o n n e ............................................................ 41 St. A lo y s i u s .......................................................30 Snyder ............................................................ 23 St. A n t h o n y 's ................................................. 31 St. Mary’s .......................................................38 St. A n t h o n y 's ................................................. 52 St. Aloysius .................................38 L i n c o l n ............................................................ 53 S n y d e r.................................................................31 L i n c o l n ............................................................57 Marist ............................................................50 St. Mary’s ......................................................41 Won 15, Lost 4

FRESHMAN TEAM Center: Tom Mehlem, Capt. Left to Right: Mike Lynch, Pete Sack, Brian McCarthy, Tommy Dougherty, Bob Hill, Bill Rankin, Mike La van, John Keselica, Ed Burke, Jim Campbell, Art Rizzi.

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Sitting: Jim Davis, Paul Kelly, Charlie Hoffmann, Ed Cashman, Charlie Parker, Jim Dugan George Held, Bob Ringier, Frank Herrmann, Chris Mortenson, D ick Kristinsen. Standing: Ralph McLain, Joe Rafter, Gene Burke, Bill Holy, John Crowley, Gene Boyle, Joe Frees, Bob Olen, Angelo Arecehi, Joe Dowd, Tom Gleason, Dave MeConville, Bruce Zeman, Bill Keller, Coach Kelly. Coach—Bernard T. Kelly

Captain—Ed Cashman

CITY CHAMPIONS

COUNTY CHAMPIONS

T EA M RECORD Opp.

S.P. •

32

46

D i c k i n s o n ......................

44

44

S n y d e r ...........................

52

Curtis (S. I.)

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46 42

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Jersey City Champions (62 pts.) Hudson County Champions (60 pts.) Eastern States Jesuit Champions (61 pts.)


C ity Champs once again!


Kelly Kaptures Krown.

Special congratulations go to Jim Dugan, Joe Frees and Charley Hoffmann for their great performances as the Prep posted an outstanding 7-1 record in dual meets during the early season. L ate in the winter the Prep mermen swam away with all honors, taking the C ity and County championships and setting eight new records. First-placers in both meets were Junior Bill H oly in the D iving Competition, Soph Paul Kelly in the 100 yard Butterfly, Frank Herrmann in the 200 yard Freestyle and E d Cashman, in the 100 yard Freestyle. T w o more records were set in March, when the Prep swim­ mers added the title of Eastern States Jesuit Champions.

N EW R E C O R D S—1961 County . County . County . City . Jesuit

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County .

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2:00.4

Cashman, Dowd, Herrmann, Ringier 200 yd. Freestyle

County .

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1:47.8

Burke, Dugan, Hoffmann, Kelly 200 yd. Medley

City .

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2:01

Cashman, Dowd, Herrmann Mortenson 200 yd. Freestyle

City .

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Dowd, Dugan, Herrmann, Hoffmann 200 yd. Medley

Jesuit

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Ed Cashman .

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Paul Kelly . Frank Herrmann

100 100 200 200 100

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RELA Y R E C O R D S B u rke,

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TEA M RECORD

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S.P. 34 7 35 7

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To Coach Cochrane and his assistants goes all the credit for proving the experts wrong in 1960. The Prep grid-men, under-rated by dismal prophets, turned in a stellar performance, losing only to the pow erful teams from Memorial and M ichael’s. A great young backfield came to the rescue, composed of Juniors Jack O’Dea, John Crow e and Tony Mendolla, w ith little W ellie Davis, on loan from the track coach, as the only Senior. O ’D ea planned and passed, W ellie scooted, and Crow e and Mendolla plunged through to six victories, including sweet vengeance for the ’59 losses to Hackensack and Lincoln. As expected, the forward w all was strong, reliable and rough. Led by Richie Farrell and all-state tackle Richie Graddock, they saved the day for Prep with powerful goal-line stands against Demarest and Hackensack. And at the football dinner in December, end Bill Sinnott was given the award for the most improved player of the year. Tw o well-trained toes also deserve commendation—one belonging to Bill O ’Day, whose long punts pinned the opposition deep in their own territory, the other to Bob Zakhar, who converted sixteen times in twenty-one at­ tempts and brought the Prep a tie and two one-point victories. And of course Prep won the big one, serving up roast Ram to 12000 fans on Thanksgiving Day.

Opp. Bayonne ...................... St. Joseph

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S n y d e r ...................... Demarest

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21

Hackensack . . . .

13

Lincoln

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St. Michael . . . .

. 20

Memorial

Dickinson

Maybe they won’t see it.

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6

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Phil phinds phigskin.

Big men for a big trophy.

Our Leader.


Front Roto: Joe Cardiello. Harry Lambert, Mr. Cochrane (Head Coach), Mr. Zucconi (Line Coach), Jules DiStaso, Charley O ’Reilly. Second Row: Ed Gorski, Tom Higgins, Mr. Gargiulo (Backfield Coach), Mr. Flanagan (End Coach), Mr. Tufaro (Trainer) Joe Sherikjian, Den Barrett, Fred Eckert. Third Row: Phil Bozzelli, Bob McCarthy, Ray Zanowski, Richie Graddoek, Richie. Farrell, Bill Sinnott, Bob Zakhar, Joe Goellner. Fourth Row: George Keenen, John Hurley, Dante DeRogatis, Jack Kutney, John Crowe, Tony Mendolla, Wellie Davis, Tony Genovese, Jack O’Dea. Back Row: Ed Devlin (Manager), Ed Corrigan, Dick Ferdinand Gene Torpey, Frank McGurk, Tom McLaughlin, Mike Agresta, Joe Donohue, Ron Griego (M anager).

He stoops to conquer.

Oh fudge!

Tony Mendolla—MVP, Dickinson game.

Gr-r-r!!


JUNIOR VARSITY Front Row: Paul Lempa, Joe Cabibbo, John Hughes, Joe Armbruster, Ron Sabol, John Fay, Jim Stillwell. Second Row: Charley Catrillo, Bernie Moore, Lenny Franco, Tom Manzo, Lenny Mrozak, Jim Stokes, Greg Goellner. Dick Morahan, Vinny DeBari. Third Row: Joe Sack, Marty Clancy, Gene Harding, Brian Flaherty, Frank Esposito, Bob Gorman, Bob Connelly, Greg H-rebiniak. Back Row: Charley Gallagher (Manager), Pat Wallace, Joe DiGeronimo, Joe Parkes, John Pappas, Ed Vroom, Tom Floriani, John W ard (Manager).


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FRESHM AN RECORD S.P. 14

Opp. Weehawken

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30

St. F r a n c i s ...............................8

0

D i c k i n s o n .............................21

28

Demarest

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7

M e m o r i a l .............................21

7

St. M i c h a e l 's ........................12 FRESHM AN TEAM Front Row: Mr. Bob Kelly (Coach), Pat Gallagher, Ron Regan, Harry Moore, Fred Maryanski, Mr. Bob Filoramo (Coach). Second Row: Dan Hraber, Tom Street, Glenn Grieco, Keith Hochstein, Bob Doyle, Joe Ryglicki, Pete Sack. Third Row: Bill Petrina, Art Rizzi, Bruce Zeman, Frank Somma, Paul Hering, Rich Morgan, Jack Righi, Bob Hill. Fourth Row: Ray Berberich, Larry Finnegan, Don DeCesare, Len Zazzarino, Russ Snyder, Paul McGovern, Chris Mortenson, Ed Lewis. Back Row: Frank Allen, Jay Scott (Managers).


T R A C K

F I E L D

The time you ivon your town the race W e chaired you through the market-place; Men and boy stood cheering hy, And home we brought you shoulder-high. A. E. HOUSM AN

ST. P ETER S’S PREP O U T ST A N D IN G T R A C K A C H IE V E M E N T S 1960-61 Date

Meet

12/3 12/10 1/14 1/21 1/28 2/3 2/10 2 /11 2/13 2/18 2/25 3/3 3/4

N.Y. C H SA A Ry. Bishop Loughlin N JC H T C Relays Cardinal Hayes St. Francis Prep Millrose Games Phila. Inquirer Seton Hall Relays No. N. J. Champ. N.Y.U. Nationals K. of C. N JC H T C Champ.

3/11 3/16

IC A A A A C ity Champ.

3/25

NJSIAA Champ.

4/22 4/23

Queens-Iona Relays A ll Hallows Meet

Event

Sprint M edley 300 yd. 880 yd. Ry. 600 yd. 440 yd. M ile Ry. M ile Ry. 880 yd. Ry. 880 yd. Run M ile Ry. 440 yd. Mile Ry. Team 60 yd. 440 yd. 440 yd. 880 yd. M ile Ry. Mile Ry. 60 yd. High Hurdles 440 yd. 440 yd. 880 yd. Mile Ry. 60 yd. 440 yd. Mile Ry. Sprint Medley Mile Ry.

Place

Time

1st. 3rd. 1st. 3rd. 3rd. 1st. 1st. 1st. 2nd. 2nd. 3rd. 1st. 2nd. 2nd. 1st. 2nd. 4th. 2nd. 3rd. 3rd. 2nd. 1st.3rd. 3rd. 2nd. 2nd. 1st. 1st. 1st. 1st.

3:46.3 :33* 1:40 1 :1 4 .6 * # jf M B 3 :2 9 .2 *+ 3:31.4 1:3 6 .3 * + # ? ! 2:01.6 3:30.1 :51.0* 3:31 20 pts. :06.6 :5 3 .1# :54.0 2:06 3:44.5 3:28.7*+ :06.7 :08.2 :52.2* + :52.9 2:02.5 3:44 :06.6 :52.5?l# + 3:37.8 + # 4 3 :3 3 .2 * # + fi 3 .2 2 .5 * # +

Total Medals Ear ned:

Runners

Gilvey, Davis, Corrigan, Koch Koch Davis, Corrigan, Tedeschi, Tudisco Koch Koch Koch, Davis, Smith, G ilvey Davis, Gilvey, Smith, Koch Davis, Koch, Tudisco, G ilvey Koch Davis, Gilvey, Smith, Koch Koch (disqualified) Davis, Koch, Tudisco, G ilvey Davis Koch G ilvey Smith Tedeschi, Wynne, Corrigan, Tudiscc Koch, Davis, Smith, G ilvey Davis O ’Neill Koch G ilvey Smith Wynne, Tedeschi, Corrigan, Tudiscc Davis Koch Tudisco, Gilvey, Corrigan, Smith Koch, Davis, Gilvey, Smith Davis, Gilvey, Koch, Smith

110

Symbol Code: 0 N.J.C.H.T.C. Record. + St. Peter’s Prep Record. # Meet Record. $ State Record. 108


Junior Flash Tom Tudisco.

W ellie Davis: “ Look Ma, I’m Flying,

T im b c i-T o p p e r Jo h n O ’N eill.


Sitting: John Banach, Bill Stanton, W ellie Davis, Tom Tudisco, Ray Boyko, Richie Donnelly. Kneeling: Frank Tedeschi, Joe Mangan, John Campanella, Tony Spina John Hansen. Standing: Jerry Smith, Bob Gilvey, Don Snyder, Ed Corrigan, John O Neill.


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Front Row: Richard Quinn, Bob Sivori, Charlie Pilger, Bill Holy, Mike Berkowitz, Jack Hill, Tom Curtin. Back Row: Coach Mil足 ton Berkowitz, Stan Hartanowicz, Tom Ford, John Kirkowski, John Kirincich, Mario Basile, John Gerich, Jack Rid足 ley, Joe Vena.

TEAM RECORD S.P. 82

Opp. L i n c o l n .............................30

S3Vz Dickinson

Coach Mr. Milt Berkowitz Captains Jack Hill, Mike Berkowitz

Front Row: Jerry Rusoniello, Andy Metropole, Barry LaForgia, Bill Reuter, Bob Haley, George Holy. Back Row: John Hansen, Bob McKenna, Paul Orsulak, Charlie Chiccone, John Krasnodemski, Tom Kornylak.

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64

S n y d e r ...................................64

86

F e r r i s .................................. 38

84

D ick in so n ............................ 44

64

S n y d e r ..................................64

88

F e r r i s ..................................37

98

Lincoln .

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CITY CHAMPIONS


Basile doing Kehren on side horse.

Top to bottom:

Metropole, Cimprich, Michalewsky.

Vena doing solar revolve on Hi-Bar.

Berkowitz, Sivori, Curtin on P-Bars.

Ford doing Bicker from Croup, long horse.


Coach Berkowitz doing a great job.


Tom Fitzpatrick, Bill Rogers, George Apsley, Joe DeMartino, Bill Tassone, Gerry Agresti, Frank Kinahan.

&04M44Ui SEA SO N R E C O R D C Y O L E A G U E C H AM PIO N S won 33, lost 9 M O N T C L A IR S T A T E T O U R N E Y won 2 (Kearny H.S. and Barringer H.S.) lost 1 (Red Bank H. S.) Prep 3, Fordham 2 C IT Y CH AM PIO N SH IP M A T C H Prep 2, Dickinson 1 IN D IV ID U A L VARSITY AVERAGES D e M a rtin o ........................................ 171 A g r e s t i ..............................................170 T a s so n e ..............................................159 A p s l e y ..............................................159 F itzp a tric k ........................................ 151 S ch ieb el............................................. 150 T u m is e lla ........................................ 149


Bill Rogers (J.V. Captain) and Joe DeMartino (Varsity Captain).

(Standing on top): Howie Knapp, Frank Aria, Greg Lordi, Bob Schiebel, Ron Gilch. (L eft to right): Charlie Kuzminski, Bill Rogers, Frank Badach, Ed Legowski, Ron Farrell, Gabe Scudese, Frank Kinahan, Ted Turnisella, Vin Manning, George Apsley, Bill Tassone, Joe DeMartino, Tom Fitzpatrick, Gerry Agresti. Sitting: Mr. Walter Illy, Coach.


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George Brogan

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Bill Haughey Dennis Barrett

E d Gorski, Tom Murtaugh Ed Kosnik, Joe Sack Mike Izzo, Ray Zolnowski Richie Molteni

Lou Cuccaro, Frank Samarro

Mr. Bill Gargiulo Coach


Roger Barr

Bob Doherty Don Lacey

Mike Meloney, John Kirkowski

Don Orrick Joe Donohue Dan Murphy

Mr. Bill Cochrane Coach MANAGERS

Frank Aria Richie Marczuk Ed Devlin Art Kosiakowski 119


John Gerich

Charley Parker

Jim Campbell

120

Tom Sharkey, John Gerich, George Held, Jim Campbell, Preston Tsao, Joe Cleary, Charley Parker, Brian McCarthy, Gerry McCarthy, Denis Johnson.

Fr. Snyder, Moderator.

Preston Tsao

George Held


Father Jaschko, Moderator

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Christ at that strange moment between death and life when His world ended and the world began the moment when Springtime becomes the newness of Summer the moment of victory and achievement and commencement


SetuoAA,


Q&udd Anik&nu Acyied-ti 250 Pandolfi Avenue

Secaucus

League Leaders 1; Bowling 3, 4.

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3;

ZduMZ/id GUcud&i AUesm 164 W est 19th Street

Atuxmcfeio- Vincent A'veocUi 15 McKinley Place

Bayonne

League Leaders 1.

fUcU&taA- Ma/ico- Au'Uc^emma

Bergenfield

170 Valley Boulevard

Sodality 1; League Leaders 4; Honor Pin 1, 2; Excellence Medal 3; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 3.

Wood-Ridge

League Leaders 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Camera Club 1.

^omemck Vincent Amcdo12 Cadmus Place

W ayne

Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Camera Club 2, 3; English Academy 2, 3; Chess Club 1; Library Club 1, 2.

124


ty'iede’uck M ichael feado905 Washington Street Sodality 1; Honor Pin 2.

“Hey, Joe, when was barbed wire invented?”

Hoboken


W illiam -Al<Hj,diu4 B aviett 15 Garfield Avenue

Kearny

Sodality 1; Excellence Medal 1; Honor Pin 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Debating 1, 2.

‘M.V.P.—E.S.C.I.T.”

(JameA- fjoAep-U Havuf, 226 Westfield Avenue

W iU ia m

Elizabeth

Honor Pin 1, 2; Student Council 2; Class Officer 1, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra­ mural Council 1, 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 3.

- A n ik & m f . Q e a k e

1725 Hudson Boulevard Sodality 1; Swimming 1, 2.

Masuo-

Ba4.iie

274 Barrow Street

Jersey City

Sodality X; Honor Pin 1, 2; Student Council' 3, 4; Dramatics 1, 2, 3; French Club 3; Chess Club 1; Speech . Club 1.

126

Jersey City


J.aoansnce Andnew- HeM&ie'i

Michael Antkcmu. QefJ&aw-ity 47 Boyd Avenue

5 Lincoln Place

Jersey City

Pcd'Uok Qisime 3*10 Chapel Avenue

A n t k a m i { j c v l e f ik

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Guard of Honor 1; Honor Pin 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4.

Weehawken

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 1; Mass Servers 1; Crusaders 1; Class Officer 2, 3; Student Council 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 2; Petrean 4.

Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Petrean 3, 4; Band 3, 4; W eight足 lifting 3; Track 1; Radio Club 1; Camera Club 1.

(lieUa'id Heuacqua 53 Montrose Avenue

Jersey City

League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 2; Track 1.

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Michael flohn Boyle

^bennid flodefm flo^le 43 Neptune Avenue

524 Ocean Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Swimming 1; Library Club 2, 3.

Jersey City

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4; Camera Club 3; Chess Club 1.

Q&yuze flamed. Hw-qan 143 Duncan Avenue

Rowesit Keuin Qn-o-w-n

Jersey City

Mass Server 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Petroc 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; W eightlifting 3; Classical Academy 3, 4; Petrean 4.

150 Clinton Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2; Petrean, Editor-in-Chief 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2.

flamed, flohn /1'Uckleif. 586 Bloomfield Avenue Clifton Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1; Band 2, 3; Petrean 4; Art Club 4; Glee Club 1; Inter足 national Club.


/O/ / /I / 7 /) (sh o w e d . flfm M I B M u a d su 241 8 th Street

Downtown strutters, all.

Jersey City

Science Club 2; W eightlifting 3,

Qemae PeteA. Bull 1304 Ritchey Street

& u a en e

B u s iJ z e

16 Greenview W ay

Upper Montclair

Sodality 1; Religion Medal 1; Honor Pin Excellence Medal I, 2; Class Officer Student Council 3; Swimming 1 , 2, 3, Petroc 3, 4; Classical Academy 2, 3, Weightlifting 2; Track 1; Oratory 1.

Williamsport, Pa.

Mass Server 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Classical Academy 3, 4; Football 1; Track 1.

â&#x2013; Alpied {Jcdiu B{4/ike 4 Clinton Avenue Jersey City Sodality 1; League Leaders 4; Mass Server 1- Religion Medal 2; Honor Pin 2, 3; Track 2.

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3; 4; 4; 4;


Vincent Martin Qiyine 108 13th Street

Hoboken

Sodality 1; League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Dramatics 2.

Paul fy'ianciA. (iq.'ute 225 Clerk Street

Jersey C ity

Football 2, 3.

■ A n tik a m f, f y t e u t c iA . G a e t a n o 341 Stevens Avenue Jersey City Sodality 1; Mass Server 1, 2. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 3; Track 1, 4.

f)o£ep-h QefyanA CasidieUa 179 Randolph Avenue The day Lincoln was lynched.

Jersey City

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 3.


fl&depk flahn Caw,

flamed- fy'iedte'ueJ?- Casmeq, 451 Hoboken Avenue

89 Storms Avenue Class Officer 3; Track 1, 3.

Jersey City

Honor Pin 2, 3; Class Officer 2; W eightlift足 ing 3; Football 2.

^dw-a/id flodefu4 Qadkman

(licka^ui flakn GasM-all 98 Harmon Street

618 Park Avenue

Jersey City

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Student Council |f Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 3.

Jersey City

Elizabeth

Class Officer 3, 4; Student Council 2; Swim足 ming Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4.

fl&Un flamed Casi'iall Jersey City

34 Hopkins Avenue Football 1; Track 3

131


PoJiesit [J&iefili Gla/ik 162 Seaview Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 3; W eightlifting 3.

tftiancii- Zdiua/id Catalina 1408 37th Street

V h a m a d . fj& d e p .U

North Bergen

93 Bartholdi Avenue

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 3, 4; Clas足 sical Academy 3, 4; Petroc 2, 3, 4; Petrean, Business Manager 4; W eightlifting 3; Foot足 ball 1 .

C te a A y Butler

Sodality 1, 2; Crusaders 3; League Leaders 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debating 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 3, 4; Petroc 3, 4; Classical Academy 3, 4; Track 3; Chess Club 1; Dramatics 1 International Club.

U&Lep-h Patnick C&cpan 70 North Leswing Avenue

Saddle Brook 1318 73rd Street

Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 3; Radio Club 1, 2; Weightlifting 3; Speech Club 1.

North Bergen

Sodality 1; Crusaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Track 1.

Paul Qesmasid Qam-aa 242 W ebb Avenue

River Edge Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Literama 2, 3; Library Club 3; Basketball 1 .

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Jlu xfk fl&hent

Vk&wiad. M ich a el Q'Ummini. 927 Steib Terrace

Union

Sodality 1; Mass Server 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 4; Petrean 4; Petroc 4.

V lu u n a i - t f n & n c i A 22 Perrine Avenue

C u A su f Jersey City

League Leaders 2, 3, 4; Crusaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 2, 3; Dramatics 3, 4.

QesialA Qetesi CuofflQ499 Innes Road

Wood-Ridge

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 1, 2; Camera Club 1.


Double, double, toil and trouble.

W ellin g to n fjoi& nh ^baaU 19 Clendenny Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Crusaders 1, 2, 3; League Leaders 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4- Football 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2.

^'vank A nthony ^beCicoo

-b a rite fjodeph ^ e& o a a lid

202 Knox Avenue

Cliffside Park Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3; Track 1.

3143 Hudson Boulevard

Jersey City

League Leaders 3, 4; Student Council 3; Class Officer 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4.

fjodepA A nthony jbeM aAtino 238 Garfield Avenue Jersey City Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Bowling 3, 4; Football 1.

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34% Erie Street

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207 Prospect Avenue

Jersey C ity

Sodality 1; Football 3, 4; W eightlifting 3.

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f)o4&nh P a u l ^bcm&liue 16 Carteret Street

North Arlington

League Leaders 3; Football 1.

20 Ilford Avenue

Upper Montclair

North Arlington

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Student Council 4; Swim­ ming 1, 2, 3, 4; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 1; Petrean 4; Literama 4.

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Crusaders 1, 2, 3; League Leaders 4; Honor Pin 2, 3; Class Officer 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Petrean 4; W eightlifting 3.

jjam ed ty m n cti ^b&n&kue 167 W est 4th Street

Clifton

Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Petrean 4; Literama 2, 3; Speech Club 1.

135


fjam&i Paul ^bucfan 524 8 th Street

S te p h e n

Union City

90 W aldo Avenue

Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 2, 3; Class Officer 3; Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 2: Petrean 4: Dramatics 4.

Jersey City

Sodality 1; League Leaders X; Religion M edal 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Bowling 4.

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Jboncdd [jfriepJi fr'ieale 115 Magnolia Avenue

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137 Luddington Avenue

Jersey City

Clifton

Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Literama 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 3.

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 2; Weightlifting 3.

fj&i&p-h ZickleA 131 Hutton Street

Jersey City

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William Michael

404 North 4th Street

Bayonne 841 Avenue C League Leaders 1; Track X; Camera Club 1: Literama 1.

Harrison

Sodality 1; Crusaders 2; Band Manager 1, 2; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2.

flaieph VhamaA- tyaJuj, 5 Bentley Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Dramatics 1, 2, 3; Debating 1; International Club.

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(licha/id Stephen tf-awelL 26 Hillcrest Road

Glen Ridge

Sodality 1, 2; Class Officer 1, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3.

137


GkaSlleA. 651 Madison Avenue

Q eiM

The magnificent Rooney.

Elizabeth

League Leaders 1, 2; French Club 3; Cru足 saders 1 .

S t a n le y

(licka/id -A lbert tye/idinand 325 Beechwood Road

41 Cortland Street

Ridgewood

fy la J z Newark

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, % 3; Chess Club 1.

Track 3, 4; Football 4.

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668 Liberty Avenue

^ itfp - a J A ic k

Jersey City Excellence Medal 1; Honor Pin 2, 3; Clas足 sical Academy 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3; Bowling 4; Swimming 2; Saddle and Bridle 2.


^ k o m a d - P a t r ic k 94 Heights Road

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Elizabeth .16 Clover Street Sodality 1; Class Officer 1, 2, 4; Intramural Council 4.

Ridgewood

Honor Pin I, 2; Class Officer 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 3, 4.

'W illiam Be/ina/ui Qallacfke'i U&kep-k jjo-ku Qcdiad-tna. 606 Newark Avenue

1223 9th Street

North Bergen

Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2; Swimming 1, 2, 3.

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 2. H ic k o A - d

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324 Fulton Avenue Jersey City Sodality 1; League Leaders 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Class Officer 2, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Weightlifting 2.

139


Tom m ie M ich a el Q alla 927 Hudson Street

fjahn ^boiud Qaw-lik

Hoboken

17 Fox Place

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2; Class Officer 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 4.

HoJfie/d. JlewM Q ianelte 34 Hamilton Avenue

Jersey City

Honor Pin 1, 3; Excellence Medal 2; Re足 ligion Medal 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3.

Remold Qeasufe Q ilch

Arlington

67 South Street

Sodality 1; Crusaders 2; Honor Pin 3; Track 1; Baseball 2; W eightlifting 3.

Jersey City

Guard of Honor 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2; Class Officer 2; W eightlifting 3.

fjolm ^duuzAd Qenich 317 Chestnut Street

Nutley

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Gym足 nastics 2, 3, 4; Literama 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Classical Academy 3, 4; Weightlifting 3.


Anlwmu, Cj&elln&i 185 N ew York Avenue

Jersey City

Class Officer 4; Football 3, 4; W eightlifting 3: Intramural Council 4.

(lo J jte n t W i l l i a m 8 Garrison Avenue

Q ih w f Jersey City

Religion Medal 2; Excellence M edal 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Track 1, 3, 4; Petrean 4.

Another day, another trophy.

(lickand ■Awi-ho-MMQ'uzdd&ok 356 Ege Avenue

Jersey City

Crusaders 1, 2; League Leaders 4; Student Council 1, 2; Student Council President 4; Honor Pin 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; W eight­ lifting 2, 3; Track 1.


When you care enough to send the very best.

Allmt Michael Qnecyifia 161 Arlington Avenue

Jersey City

Honor Pin 3; Class Officer 4; Bowling 4.

(l&nald William Q>ue<p310 Harrison Street

Zdw-aAcl CUanl&i Quto-wdJu

Hoboken

Sodality 1, 2; Mass Server 4; Honor Pin 1; Band Manager 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Intra­ mural Council 3, 4; Dramatics 1, 2; Petrean 4; Weightlifting 3.

70 Humphrey’s Avenue

Bayonne

Honor Pin 2; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Petroc 3- Dramatic 1; Glee Club 1.

£ a lu a io s ie 901 18th Street

Q a / im in e Q ^ u lla Union City

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Crusaders 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Classical Academy 3, 4.

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fllclia/id Qkanied Jlcuke/i

floA j& p Jn . J l a e m m e n l e

1406 10th Street

36 W est 48th Street

North Bergen

Bayonne

Class Officer 4; Track 1, 2, 3.

Sodality 1; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4.

41 Morgan Place

North Arlington

Sodality 1, 2; League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Band 2; Petroc 4.

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fjo A e p U

839 Montgomery Street

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Jersey City 570 Newark Avenue Crusaders 2, 3; League Leaders 3, 4; Stu足 dent Council 3; Honor Pin 2; Band 1, 2; Petrean 4; Track 2.

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Track 1, 2, 4.

jJ&llM- <7llAWlCiAJersey City 2249 Hudson Boulevard Honor Pin 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Petrean 3 4- Gymnastics 3; Radio Club 1; W eight足 lifting 3; Dramatics 1; Saddle and Bridle 2; Debating 1; Dance Committee 4. 143


Zuaene Qe&icj-e 229 Virginia Avenue

d lc u iiA y lu k Jersey City

6741 Hudson Boulevard

Honor Pin 1, 2; Football 1, 2; W eightlifting 3; Swimming 2; Track 1.

[ja lu i

North Bergen

League Leaders 3, 4; Crusaders 1, 2, 3; Guard of Honor 3; Sodality 1, 2; Class Offi足 cer 1; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Glee Club 1; Chess Club 1; Dramatics 4.

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428 Fairmount Avenue

Jersey City Student Council 3, 4; Class Officer 1; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Football 1: i Iwimming 1 .

2695 Hudson Boulevard

Jersey City

Sodality 1, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Bowling 3, 4; Camera Club 1.

Vko-maA- fea v u f 645 Bergen Avenue Jersey City League Leaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Foot足 ball 1 , 2 , 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2 ; Weightlifting 3.

144


fjoA h floiep-U Jiusdeu 1004 Harding Road

Elizabeth

League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1; Student Council 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Track 1; W eightlifting 3; Intramural Coun足 cil 4.

PeteA. ^Ito-maA. cMn&kesi 280 Manhattan Avenue

(lo J iL e n i fJ o A e p -n 93 Old Bergen Road

Jersey City

jjo n a & Q H Jersey City

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3.

Sodality 1; League Leaders 4; Honor Pin 1 2 3; Petrean 4; Band 3; Track 1; Art Club 4.

Vincent Qnuce fjoAdcm Jersey City 177 Bartholdi Avenue Honor Pin 2; Track 3; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

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/Icufmtmdl floAeph Kxzne 188A W est Side Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Excellence Medal 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Religion Medal 1, 3; Bowling 3, 4.

[J&iepJi Raymond fCeilp. (la u m a n d fl& ie p k fC a M t 1322 Paterson Plank Road 682 Chestnut Street

Secaucus

Secaucus

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Petroc 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Band 1; W eightlifting 3.

Sodality 1; League Leaders 3; Baseball 1.

Qemae

fCeenen

15 Stoneleigh Park

Westfield

League Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4; Sodality 1, 2; Crusaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Petroc 4; Weightlift­ ing 3; Literama 4.

146


Stephen cM-ewent /Cittel

flokn Aritlumif, fCiAko-wAJzi 246 Lafayette Avenue

57 Kingston Avenue

Passaic

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180 Wegman Parkway

Hawthorne

Sodality 1, 2; Religion Medal 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2; Weightlifting 3.

Sodality L 2, 3; Guard of Honor 3; Cru­ saders 3; Religion M edal 2; Honor Pin L 2 3- Track 3, 4; Gymnastics 3, 4; Baseball 3â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 4; W eightlifting 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Speech Club 1.

P e t e / i J .a u M ie H c e

K .frpsiQ -w -6-ki

117 Palisade Road

Jersey C ity

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Honor Pin 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Class Officer 2; Intramural Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Petroc 1; Weightlifting 3.

Crusaders 1, 2, 3; League Leaders 1, 2; Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 3.

324 East 30th Street

Paterson

Sodality 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.

147


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Chcwled. (lo-be/it fCakik. 6 Columbia Avenue

H & lf& it fy > ia n c i4 . K u a e l t

Cliffside Park

37 Washington Place

Religion Medal 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Baseball 2.

u Philip. J.au

JlanoJA fj&i&pk J.amlent

120 Roosevelt Avenue 148 Webster Avenue

Hasbrouck Heights

Religion Medal 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Class Officer 3; Gymnastics 2.

Jersey City

Jersey City

Sodality 1; League Leaders 3; Crusaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 2, 3; Football 2; Petrean 4; Debating 2, 3; Clas足 sical Academy 2, 3, 4.

League Leaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2; Class Officer 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 3; Intramural Council 4.

^bcmald Stephen- J.aceu Jersey City 57 Broadman Parkway League Leaders 3; Student Council 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; In足 tramural Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 3.


Anikamt Qeosuje J.etf-aate 40 Center Street Honor Pin Club 4.

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3;

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“ The Oscar for special effects goes to . .

VkamaA (lickan.d lynch

floAepii jjean JteMehaute 210 D ay Street

1067 Avenue C

Jersey City

Bayonne

Student Council 1; Class Officer 3; Track 1, 2; Football 1.

Honor Pin 2; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Swim­ ming 1 .

Otto- fJ&Un Mia 1308 78th Street North Bergen Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Camera Club 3, 4; Petrean 4: Baseball 3.


Vincent Victor Maanotia

J.&WA- Anthony MacellaAO 16 Coles Street

78 Baldwin Avenue

Jersey City

Jersey City

League Leader 4; Class Officer 1, 2; W eight足 lifting 3; Radio Club 2..

Crusaders 1, 2; Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2.

Ranald fjohn Mack 69 South Street

Jersey City

Honor Pin 3; Football 1, 2.

Anthony Michael Mahoney 36 -Laidlaw Avenue I notice we have a new secretary.

Jersey City

Sodality 1, 2; Guard of Honor 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4.


V incent

P aul M anning

Q eo ^ a e ^ b a u id M o A a y a

Jersey City

48 Fulton Avenue

Honor Pin 2, 3; Class Officer 2; Bowling 3, 4; Football 2; Dramatics 1.

Crusaders 1, 2, 3.

294 Sherman Avenue

Jersey City

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35 Irving Street

Roselle 109 Poplar Street Honor Pin 2; Football 2, 3; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2.

Jersey City

Honor Pin 3: French Club 3, 4.

fJoJ'iH PeieA MaA-MOAa 58 Clifton Place Jersey City Sodality 1; Honor Pin 3; Track 1.

151


flakeAt Em m ett M cCasdU y 445 Ogden Avenue

Jersey City

League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Sodality 1, 2; Class Officer 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; W eightlifting 2, 3.

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fCennetk P a u l M e Qlcw-e

A lc u fM u A - M c A u l i ^ e

166 Carlton Terrace

180 Renshaw Avenue

Teaneek

P a u l Audtm . M cQtee

flaltn Z cHw-oaJ. M cG ulU a^U 215 Tuttle Parkway

East Orange

League Leaders 1; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2, 3; Swimming 1.

Religion Medal 3; Honor Pin 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 4; Tennis 3; Library Club 3.

Jersey City 191 Ege Avenue Sodality 1, 2, 3 4; Student Council 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, c Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 2 3.

Westfield

League Leaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Classical Academy 3, 4.

fjoAepk Uaim M c^baw-ell 781 Grove Street Rahway Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Football 1: Swimming 2; Track 3.

152


M ich a el fjcwm M cQuiAe 1116 79th Street

North Bergen

Crusaders 1, 2, 3; Honor Pin L 2; W eight足 lifting 2, 3; Camera Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1.

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Cha/iled. Pe^cuMu. McQ^iaw7305 Park Avenue

520 W estview Avenue

North Bergen

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Crusaders 2, 3; Guard of Honor 3; League Leaders 3, 4; Religion Medal 3; Honor Pin 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Petrean 4; Swimming 3.

Shooting star.

fytianciA. ZduKiAcl M cQ u'ih 214 Mallory Avenue

Cliff side Park

League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3.

Jersey City

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Crusaders 3; League Leaders 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 2; Petrean 4; D ra足 matics 1, 4; W eightlifting 3; Saddle and Bridle 1.

153


William Alien McfCeiaea 909 Park Avenue

Hoboken

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 2, 3. “How do you spell suspended’ ?”

fjonn Zdw-and, McKenna

Vh&moA. jJ&Lepdt McJlau^UUn

88 Linden Avenue

Jersey City Sodality 1; League Leaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3; Petrean 3, 4; Intramural Council 3, 4.

1011 Avenue C

Bayonne

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Classical Academy 3, 4; W eightlifting 2, 3; Gymnastics 2.

/CeiUn jjodepJi MctCe&n 7703 Smith Avenue North Bergen Honor Pin 1; French Club 3; Swimming 1; Track 1.

154


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flamed fl&hn McP'Jama'ia 20 Story Court

310 Ege Avenue

Bayonne

fy'vede'Uch- Anth/wuf M eie 380 Baldwin Avenue

Z w e d tfum cid M eyey

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Gymnastics 3; Intramural Council 4.

Jersey City

League Leaders 3, 4; Crusaders 3; Guard of Honor 3; Honor Pin 1, 2; Football 1, 3; W eightlifting 3; Intramural Council 4.

Sodality j§ Honor Pin 2; Band 3, 4; Petrean 4; Art Club 4.

30 Westervelt Avenue

Tenafly

Honor Pin 2; Chess Club 1, 2; Camera Club 2; Track 2.

flakn flamed M ehlem 25 Clendenny Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Crusaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3- Basketball 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3; Foot­ ball 1, 2; Baseball 1.

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<%tep,Ue*i PUlUp. Mickalikii 235 Whiton Street

jjodefih tytuincid. M iele

Jersey City

4 17 3rd Street

Jersey City

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Classical Academy 3, 4; Literama 2, 3; Petroc 4; Camera Club 4; Saddle and Bridle 2; International Club.

VliomaA. K.eiun Mcwicthan 75 Broadway

(lo-be/it Paul Midkeil 145 Belmont Avenue

Bayonne

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders Guard of Honor 2, 3; Crusaders 1, Religion Medal 2; Excellence Medal 3; Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; Literama 2, Clasical Academy 2, 3, 4; Petroc Petrean 4.

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Petrean 4; Dance Committee 4.

(loJsent flam ed Misumd<a 236 Jewett Avenue

Jersey City

Crusaders 1, 2, 3; League Leaders 2; Re足 ligion Medal 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 3; Track 2, 3.

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KznciA, M u.n f.kii

214 Riverview Place

Cliffside

Sodality 1; Religion Medal 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; Football 1, 3; Track 3.

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fjam ei Andrew- Muld&w-netf, 96 Overpeck Avenue

114 Lincoln Avenue Bergenfield Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 3; Saddle and Bridle 3; Camera Club 3; Radio Club 2.

Ridgefield Park

Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Saddle and Bri足 dle 2, 3; Camera Club 1, 2; W eightlifting 3.

/Cennetk jj&kw- J\!ieA, 57 Summit Avenue

Lyndhurst

Crusaders 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra足 mural Council 3, 4; Weightlifting 3.

157


<% m m fjodepJt O'J.ea/uf, ’Sno use! 1 1 Lexington Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 3, 4; Crusaders 1, 2, 3; Petrean 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Dramatics 4; Dance Committee 4; Class Officer 1.

dement J.&UI Olen 48 Western Avenue

jjo-hn Vincent O'fleiii

Jersey City 720 Avenue C

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Petrean 4; W eight­ lifting '3; Dance Committee 4.

Bayonne

Sodality 1; League Leaders 2, 4; Guard of Honor 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; T rack-1, 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 3.

(lanald [John OledJuf, 22 LaTourette Place Swimming 2 , 3.

Bayonne

158


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ChaA-led- Jlu b en t O 'R eilly 63 Booraem Avenue

325 Van Nostrand Avenue

Jersey City

League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; W eightlifting 2, 3.

Vhaddeud Patieaa

Cha/deA. Rale/it Pa/iAen. 15 Morton Place

187 Lake Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Crusaders 1; Honor Pin 2; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Petrean 4; W eightlifting 2.

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Crusaders 1, 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3.

Clifton

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Debating 1, 3, 4; Speech Club 1; Literama 2; Glee Club 1.

Michael Reed OutuMzt&i 282 Columbia Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 1; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Academy 3, 4; Petrean 3.

159


Ku4A.ell yarned- Pepe

jb a u id jja ie p h PeaM -an 119 19th Street

Union City

100 North 2nd Street

League Leaders 2; Intramural Council 4.

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d ie h a n d t Q e o A t je P n e d J u f 57 Bergen Boulevard

Harrison

Crusaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; D ra足 matics 3, 4; Petrean 4.

7 1 Nelson Avenue

Palisade Park

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1; French Club 3, 4; Library Club 4.

jjakn Qe<vufe Pefria 23 Monitor Street

Jersey City

Class Officer 2; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2, 3; Dramatics 3, 4: Track 4; Glee Club 2.

160

Jersey City

Sodality 1, 3; Honor Pin 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2, 3, 4; Clas足 sical Academy 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 3.


â&#x20AC;&#x153; So awwright, so be quoyyet!

^Ihamad A a th a n y R icha'id 89 Hobart Avenue

Bayonne

Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1; Band 1, 2; Camera Club 1.

fla h a And/iew - R id ley 23 Van Houten Avenue

Qe^and [jadefik Roe'ity

Jersey City

Sodality 1; League Leaders 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Class Officer 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 3; Intramural Council 4; Chemistry Club 3; Swimming 1.

202 Lembeck Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Intramural Council 2.

Ranald Hyluedten. Rock Elizabeth 754 Adams Avenue League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 2; Class Officer 4; Weightlifting 3; French Club 3; Football 2.

161


(luAAell fj<zme4- Pepe

2)aiUol jj&iefik PeaM-an 119 19th Street

Union City

100 North 2nd Street

League Leaders 2; Intramural Council 4.

(lickaAa. Qeosuze PnMmi 57 Bergen Boulevard

Harrison

Crusaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2 , 3; Class Officer 1; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Dra足 matics 3, 4; Petrean 4.

tftia n h 71 Nelson Avenue

Palisade Park

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1; French Club 3, 4; Library Club 4.

Qeo?Uf,e Pei/ia 23 Monitor Street

Jersey City

Class Officer 2; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2, 3; Dramatics 3, 4; Track 4; Glee Club 2.

160

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Sodality 1, 3; Honor Pin 2. 3 * Excellence Medal 1; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2, 3, 4; Clas足 sical Academy 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 3.


So awwright, so be quoyyet!â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

^b&maA. Ain-tkamf. (lichasid 89 Hobart Avenue

Bayonne

Sodality 1, 2; Honor Pin 1; Band 1, 2; Camera Club 1.

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Jersey City

Jersey City 202 Lembeck Avenue Sodality 1; League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Intramural Council 2.

Sodality 1; League Leaders 2; Honor Pin 1, 2; Class Officer 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 3; Intramural Council 4; Chemistry Club 3; Swimming 1.

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754 Adams Avenue

Elizabeth

League Leaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 2; Class Officer 4; Weightlifting 3; French Club 3; Football 2.

161


Richa'id fj&iep.h Rcmc^haa/iden 492 Lincoln Avenue

Hawthorne

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; W eightlifting 3; Glee Club 2; Speech Club 1.

M a'itiu M ichael Rwmeu 590 Garfield Avenue

t y 'u m e iA ' { j o d e p h

Jersey City

42 Charles Street

Crusaders 1; Class Officer 2; Weightlifting 3; Gymnastics 2; Track 1.

^ a m a w sJersey City

Sodality 1; League Leaders 2; Baseball 3, 4; Intramural Council 3; Track 1.

Our constant defenders,

^ ST . PETERS .. I N S T 1T U T S o f IN D U S T R Y

Ghasiled Qewufe £andesii 507 Garfield Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Crusaders 1; Honor Pin 2; Intra­ mural Council 4.

162


Paul Adam McGAamaMa 1615 W est Street

Union City

Honor Pin 2, 3; Saddle and Bridle 2; Library C lub 1, 2.

William Paul ^casifxme

jjadefik AniLo-wf ^aritancfelo218 Grafton Avenue

1049 Abbott Boulevard

Newark

Palisade

Sodality 1; League Leaders 2; Honor Pin 3; Class Officer E Baseball 8 s Football L

Sodality 1, 2, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3.

Uaim (l&l&it ÂŁcltn,aed&i 150 Clinton Avenue

jJ&4&'P'l'i Paul

Jersey City

League Leaders 3, 4; Honor Pin 1, 2; Excellence Medal 3; Religion Medal 3; Student Council 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Petrean 4.

509 5th Stret Crusaders 3: Fotball 1, 2, 3, 4.

HiclioA-d fleal S&tti 1537 Hudson Boulevard Jersey City League Leaders 4; Honor Pin 1; Debating 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 1, 4; Glee Club 1.

163

Union City


Zdw-and U&Lepli ÂŁilaei 59 Garrison Avenue

William Ghanled. ^innott

Jersey City

205 Orient Avenue

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 2.

I

eno-me Michael Mmith

flamed. William Mmith 236 Jewett Avenue

Jersey City

League Leaders 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 2; Student Council 3; Base­ ball 1, 2 , 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1.

125 Gates Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; League Leaders 2; Class Officer 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1; Track 1.

Paul Mita 34 Neptune Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; League Leaders 2, 3.

164

Montclair

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 2, 3, 4; Crusaders 1, 2, 3; Guard of Honor 3; Honor Pin 1, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Weightlifting 3; Literama 3.


Improvements nets its reward. Bill Sinnott at the football dinner.

(lickcvid PeieA 67 Broadway

Keyport

Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Petroc 3, 4; Weightlifting 3; Glee Club 2.

jjoUn Antluwuf' ^tcmliuzw32 Logan Avenue

Uaim M ich a el ^ l/iickek

Jersey City

99 Booraem Avenue

Crusaders 1, 2; Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2; Literama 2; Camera Club 1.

Jersey City

Petroc I, 2, 4; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 1.

11 Montclair Avenue Clifton Sodality l j Honor Pin 1, 2; Literama 1, 2.


ja k n Ua4-ep.lt ^ ulliuan Harrison 543 Central Avenue Sodality 1, 2, 3; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Petroc 3, 4; Saddle and Bridle 3, 4; Band 1, 2: Petrean 4.

(lo-kent fjoAu ^u^kadoLmi 23 Kelly Parkway

(Jamed- Jlausience

Bayonne

454 Westena Terrace

League Leaders 1; Honor Pin 1; French Club 3; Saddle and Bridle 1.

Ridgewood

League Leaders 1; Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Petrean 4; Camera Club 3; Petroc 3; Track 2; Library Club 1.

M esi'ull tftiedetucJz SuUney 162 Jewett Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Mass Server 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2, 3, 4; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4; Literama 4; Radio Club 1; International Club.

And after Cuba?â&#x20AC;?

166


5404 Hudson Avenue

3 Island View Court

W est N ew York

Bayonne

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; League Leaders 4; Camera Club 1.

League Leaders 2; Crusaders 2; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4; Bowling 3, 4; Band 2; Dramatics 4.

■Au4.Ua ^kamad- ^jMeaA. 233 Prospect Place

/Iwthosiij. Pet&i 137 Pearsall Avenue

Rutherford

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 2; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Debating 2, 3, 4; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Literama 2, 3; Petrean 4; French Club 3; Saddle and Bridle 1; Speech Club 1; Library Club 1.

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1; Class Officer 2: Camera Club 2.

Qe'iaLd jjo-hn <rJakcu>6. 318 Avenue A

Bayonne

League Leaders X, 2, 3; Sodality 1; Swim­ ming 1, 2; Tennis 1.

167


cMeM/iij, Paul 85 Columbus Avenue

Little Ferry

64 Ryerson Avenue

Excellence Medal 1; Honor Pin 2, 3; Stu足 dent Council 1, 3; Weightlifting 3; Foot足 ball 2.

jj(vLep.h Antkamf, Vena 5 Duncan Court

Paterson

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Pin 1; Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

A>itUusi William VedpiaHOrti

Jersey City

863 Montgomery Street

League Leaders 1, 2, 3; Crusaders 3; Honor Pin 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Swimming 1.

Jersey City

Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1.

Q eA uaA xl eM -esw taan V elletiy & i 250 Mount Vernon Place

Newark Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Saddle and Bridle 1, 2, 3, 4; Literama 2, 3, 4; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1, 2, 4; French Club 3; Chess Club 1.

168


cMennu M arten Vo^i. 102 Irving Street

Jersey City

Sodality 1; Honor Pin 1, 3; Camera Club 1, 2, 3; Petrean 2, 3; Chess Club 1.

W . flamed- Vo-n- A lu i 84 Prospect Street

Jersey City

Honor Pin 1, 2; French Club 3.

Qena^A jjameA- W allace 305 Aycrigg Avenue

Passaic

League Leaders 4; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Re足 ligion Medal 3; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Chess Club 1.

32 Gifford Avenue

Jersey City

Sodality 1; League Leaders 2; Honor Pin 1, 2: Class Officer 1, 2; Football 1.


‘And if I’m elected . .

(lo-k&ni- M ichael ViJawsia^ki 684 8 tli Street

Secaucus

Honor Pin 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; W eightlifting 2, 3; Petrean 4; Art Club 4.

flagm an fJad&p.U W aeh/ile 591 Liberty Avenue

231 Peabody Avenue Lyndhurst Sodality 1, 2 , 3, 4; League Leaders 2 , 3; Crusaders 2, 3; Honor Pin 1, 2, 3; Literama 1, 2, 3, Editor 4; Petrean 3.

Jersey City

League Leaders 2; Honor Pin 2; W eight­ lifting 3; Track 2.

ftp M ichael 59 Stanley Avenue

W itim an Nutley

Sodality 1 , 2; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 1.


Qo-ke/it jJo-liM- 'kJ'dqkt 253 Harrison Avenue

Ijame4- Wan/ien kJijMae 16 John Street

Jersey City

Passaic

Sodality 1, 2, 3; Excellence Medal 1; Honor Pin 2, 3; Track 1, 3, 4; Classical Academy 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 2, 3; Petroc 4; Basketball 2.

Class Officer 4; Intramural Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; International Club.

William ubaniel fiielaAJzo(Icuimcmd V in cen t

4105 Bergenline Avenue

57 Boyd Avenue

Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Excellence Medal 1; Honor Pin 2; Classical Academy 3 4; d ra ­ matics 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Weightlifting 3.

Honor Pin 2 3 4.

1;

Jersey City Class Officer 3; Football

M

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l a u l i fia c fa m lz

119 Grace Street

Jersey City

Honor Pin 3; Class Officer 3; Camera Club 1 2 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Libraiy Club 3’ 4; Chess Club 1, 2; Petroc 3.

Union City


Adue/ittiiruf COM PLIMENTS OF

The Dnion Engineering C

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P

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FIRST A N D C LIN TO N STREETS HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES

*

WALT HOLDING CO. 190 CLINTON AVENUE NEWARK, NEW JERSEY


RAMBUSCH

DECORATING LA D N Y BROS. GULF STATION

CO M PAN Y

4 0 W est 13 th Street

New Y o rk 11, N . Y.

3 4 5 A venue A

Bayonne, N . J.

SLIGHT CHEATING' IN TRAFFIC COST ST. PETERS PREP TEACHER $5 FINE

ALLEGRO’S FORMAL SHOP

C O N G R A TU LA TIO NS AND BEST W ISHES

Featuring fo r the Prom and Graduation

TO OUR FUTURE PREP A L U M N I The NEW DACRON-ORLON-NYLON WRINKLE-PROOF W H ITE JACKET

THE PREP ALU M N I Advertised in ESQUIRE and LOOK M A GAZINES

ALLEGRO’S 180 M ON TIC ELLO AVENUE JERSEY C IT Y , NEW JERSEY HE 4 -4 9 4 9

ASSOCIATION


NIDISCO

Best o f Luck

WHOLESALERS Radio and T .V . Parts - Electronic Equipment

T o ’ 61

7 1 3 N ew ark A venue Jersey C ity , N . J. OL 3 - 2 3 6 0

55 State Street Hackensack, N . J. HU 9 - 2 0 0 0

2 9 4 Passaic Street Passaic, N . J. PR 9 - 4 9 6 2

4 8 4 Bergen Blvd. R idge field, N . J. W H 3 -0 5 1 0

THE C R IM M IN S FA M ILY

9 8 5 P rinceton Avenue, T re n to n , N . J. EX 6 - 3 5 0 5

L. _

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Free Parking

TE N P IN BOWL

BILL FLYNN S DUNCAN ESSO

16 A U T O M A T IC PINSPOTTERS OPEN B O W LIN G A T A L L TIM E S A ir Conditioned Duncan and W est Side Avenues

1 0 8 0 W est Side A venue

1

Jersey C ity, N . J.

Jersey C ity , N . J.

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H E m lock 6 - 2 5 8 2

PUBLIC SERVICE FURNITURE CO M PAN Y

THE MISKELL FA M ILY and BOB ’61

JOSEPH A . LEFANTE - ELI ROBBINS Distinctive Furniture - Guaranteed Service

3 0 0 Broadway, at 14th Street

U N 7 -1 0 1 1

Bayonne, N . J.

CHRIS ACOCELLA

145 Belm ont Avenue

Jersey C ity, N. J.

STERLING CATERING by

CELESTE MARCEL F IN IS H IN G CO.

W EDDINGS, RECEPTIONS CLUBS, SOCIAL and CHURCH DINNERS

ALL TYPES OF FIN IS H IN G

BANQUETS, C O M M U N IO N BREAKFASTS C O C K TA IL HOUR

801 W est Side Avenue 6021 Jefferson Street

W est New Y ork, N . J.

Jersey C ity 6, N. J.

I


MR. and MRS. M cN A U G H T SYNDICATE, INC.

STEPHEN M IC H A LSK Y STEPHEN M IC HALSKY, JR. FRANCINE M IC HALSKY

FU 8 -6 2 9 5 C om plim ents o f

ST. A N N E ’S PARISH To the

NICK MARCIANO

G R A D U A T IN G CLASS OF 1961

BUILDER CUSTOM HOMES ALTERATIONS

MR. and MRS. A. R. M IR A N D A and ROBERT, Class of ’61 1842 LU D LO W STREET R A H W A Y , NEW JERSEY


'IN A NUTSHELL”

‘‘SUU-POSE"

“ ARE YOU FOR REAL?”

2-G ‘ IT W AS SO CONSTRUCTED’

"M A A R -V E LO U S ”

''JIST' “Well, (gulp) how about th r e e -hundred dollars?”

SW 8 -6 4 2 9

U N io n 7 -0 1 7 1

JULES FREZZO O IL SERVICE

VENICE

STONE

FUEL OIL - KEROSENE

Exclusive D istribu tor o f

A U T O M A T IC O IL H E A T IN G U N ITS

M A N S IO N PRE-CAST STONE

7 2 2 2 5 th Street

U nion C ity, N . J.

36 Congress Street

Jersey C ity, N. J.

TU ESD A Y , S E P T E M B E R 13, 1960

H U R R IC A N E P O U N D S C I T Y A N D L .I ., D IS R U P T IN G P O W E R A N D T R A V E L ; C O N N E C T IC U T D A M A G E I S H E A V Y


F R ID A Y , S E P T E M B E R 23, 1960

EISENHOWER CALLS FOR PEA CE THROUGH U. N., GIVES PLANS FOR AFRICA AND DISARMAMENT; TITO URGES IMMEDIATE STEPS TO CUT ARMS

MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY M ilw aukee 3, W ise*

REUTHER’S BAR & GRILL

A Tradition-Laden Co-Educational Institution Conducted by the Jesuit Fathers OFFERS T R A IN IN G and DEGREES IN MOST OF THE PROFESSIONS

Lincoln H ighw ay and Jacobus Avenue

Please W rite the Registrar South Kearny, N . J.

SCHLESINGER’S THE FARRELL FAM ILY

GOOD CLOTHES

W est New Y ork, N . J.

178


F R ID A Y , S E P T E M B E R 30, 1960

M A C M IL L A N M E E T S K H R U SH CH EV A N D D I S C U S S E S ‘S U M M I T ’ I S S U E S ; N E U T R A L S A S K U .S .-S O V I E T T A L K

C om plim ents o f

FRANKS MARKET MR. and MRS. EDWARD F. H A M IL L

121 M o n tice llo Avenue

_

Parent Organization: Interna tiona l Hod Carriers, , B u ilding and Comm on Laborers .. . . . U nion o f A m erica.

Phones rnones kaa i/o* a M A rk e t 4-5U 3U _ _ __ U N ion B -3B 77

Jersey C ity, N . J.

Affiliated with: j Aam erican rFederation o t iLabor r~ <- _i c i .u nr State Federation o f Labor _ .... ,r State B uilding and Construction ^ Trades Council

HEAVY and GENERAL CONSTRUCTION LABORERS' UNION LOCAL 472

Rock D rillin g , Blasting, Roads, Sewers, Viaducts, Bridges, Foun­ dations, Excavations, Concrete W o rk on Heavy and General

700 RAYMOND W arren, M o rris, Essex, Hudson, U nion, Somerset, H unterdon, M iddlesex, and M onm outh.

b o u levar d

NEWARK 5, N. J.

OFFICERS LAWRENCE V E N T U R A ....................................... .......... ■ JOHN D E IS L E R ........................................................ V , c e £ r e s JOSEPH P. MADDEN . . . . F in a n cia l S ecretary and T reasurer LEONARD MASSE . . R e cord ing a n d C o rre sp o n d in g Secretary THOMAS W A L T O N ................................................... S e rg ea nt-at-A rm s

b u s in e s s r e p r e s e n t a t iv e s

RALPH FAUGNO JAMES SHALLIS FELICE ESPOSITO HARRY BARONE


DEIaware 3 -491 1

HEnderson 3 -6 6 3 5 C om plim ents o f

JOE D eM A R TIN O GEORGE E. DAVIS

FUEL O IL SERVICE

4 7 4 Ocean A venue

'

2 3 8 G arfield A venue 6 3 0 Bergen A venue

Jersey C ity 5, N . J.

BILLY M A Y BAND

Jersey C ity 4 , N . J.

KENT COURT

U under the D irection o f FR AN KIE LESTER

Sum m it, N . J.

W in d so r 4 - 4 8 3 3 Best W ishes to THE CLASS OF ’ 61

GHERARDI’S AUTO BODY MR. and MRS. JOHN EICHLER

“ COMPLETE BODY and FENDER REPAIRS”

and FAM ILY

Auto Painting -

Collision Work

“ Ray- ’61” 1440 Bergen Boulevard

Fort Lee, N . J.

HE 4 -9 3 1 8 The Fleetest Feet in New Jersey Belong to THE MEMBERS OF

BRIODY’S TAVERN

THE ST. PETER’S PREP HALL FOR HIRE

’60-’61 TRACK and FIELD TEAM

45 Jackson Avenue

180

Jersey C ity, N. J.


CLASS 3E

Good Luck

C O N G R A TU LA TIO N S TO

11th W ARD

THE ’61 GRADUATES

REG. DEM. CLUB

FROM

NORTH END W ard Leader— FR ANK GANGEMI 4 0 6 Palisade Avenue

Jersey C ity, N . J.

CLASS 1-G Compliments o f

JAMES B. HARNETT STEPHEN J. HARNETT, ’49 JOHN H. HARNETT, ’52 JOHN T. HARNETT, ’61 In Memoriam

JOHN T. KERNS, ’ 19

181


C om plim ents o f

MR. and MRS.

CLASS 1-H

W IL L IA M L. YEOMANS

Elizabeth, N . J.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1960

61

A merican League, in ’ , to Add Minneapolis and Los Angeles

Compliments

Best Wishes to the Class o f ’ 61

of from

MR. and MRS. JOSEPH GOELLNER

ROBERT B. FRANKLIN

and FA M ILY “Joe - 6 1 ”

“Greg- ’63”

U N ion 9 -7 0 0 0

Congratulations and Best W ishes to

■HVr

THE CLASS OF JUNE, 1961

HOHNEKER’S DAIRY Serving You Since 1898 W ith the Very Best

807 7 4 th Street

Anthony G. Nardino Winner of the 1961 Spelling-Bee.

N orth Bergen, N. J.

182


(P /tn tftle /i

C O N S T R U C T I O N C O . , INC. HO-HO-KUS, NEW JERSEY

ALBERT FERDINAND, President

ST. LUKE’S PARISH

CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS


COMPLIMENTS

OF

The Brothers Three VAL M IELE, ’4 8 JO H N M IELE, ’5 4 JO E M IELE, ’61

184


W E D N E S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 9, 1960

K E N N E D Y I S A P P A R E N T V IC T O R ; L E A D C U T IN TW O K E Y ST A T E S; D E M O C R A TS R E T A IN CON GRESS

SW 8 -6 3 4 6

Henderson 4 -8 5 5 3

HELEN’S CATERING W EDD IN G S

-

FRANK CAPPADONA P A IN T IN G and DECORATING

BANQUETS

PARTIES and SOCIAL FU N C TIO N S

4 2 2 Ocean A venue

201 Palisade A venue

Jersey C ity 5, N . J.

Jersey C ity 7, N . J.

Best W ishes

SCHROEDER and BROWN FA M ILY

to TH E CLASS OF ’ 6 t

ED SCHROEDER, ’59 MR. and MRS. JOHN SCHROEDER, ’61

THOMAS A. GALLO

BOB BROWN, ’61

DE 3 -3 5 0 0

Compliments

HE 2 - 8 0 0 0

of

SCHIAVONE-BONOMO CORPORATION

HOLSEY AUTO SALES, INC. CHEVROLET

2 3 9 5 Boulevard

-

PONTIAC

Jersey C ity 4, N. J.

Foot of Jersey Avenue

Boulevard at Communipaw Avenue

185

Jersey C ity 6, N. J.


G.

GOFF S

cC T * V / * J & 6 T I V O L \ y $ ±

G AR AG E

AUTOMOBILE and TRUCK REPAIRING

o tT W d i

A UTO M A TIC TRANSMISSIONS

^ T iv s n

Ignition - Carburetors

cL T ivoc

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11

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£ t6 & T c ( .C

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31 07 CENTR AL AVENUE U N IO N C IT Y , NEW JERSEY

HEnderson 4 -6 4 8 6

Established 1899 C ongratulations to THE CLASS OF 1961

E. J. BATCHELAR

&

SON

PRINTERS and STATIONERS

MR. and MRS. PATRICK J. M O N A H A N

82 M ontgom ery Street

Jersey C ity, N. J.

TH U R SD A Y, N O V E M B E R 10, 1960

KENNEDY’S VICTORY WON B Y CLOSE MARGIN; HE PROMISES FIGHT FOR WORLD FREEDOM; EISENHOWER OFFERS ‘ORDERLY TRANSITION’ .----------- -------------------------------------------------------- -----186

i


TERM INAL REPRODUCTION CO.

C om plim ents of

GEORGE DOHONEY 4 1 -3 FIRST STREET HOBOKEN, N E W JERSEY

HEnderson 4 -1 9 0 7

ELIZABETH COAL COMPANY

O’BRIEN’S OCEAN ESSO SERVICENTER

JO H N J. BYRNES, JR., President

ONE STOP SERVICE TU N E UP

-

TIRES

-

W HEELBALANCE

55 4 W estfield Avenue

Elizabeth, N. J.

7 5 9 Ocean A ve. Cor. Forrest St., Jersey C ity, N . J.

Tf[TTRcr>AY- N O V E M B E R 17, I960

U S. WILL REDUCE SPENDING ABROAD BY A BILLION TO STEM GOLD DRAIN; DEPENDENTS AT BASES TO BE CUT 187


VALETE SENIORES

OPTIMUM VOBIS

1A

J. CAB IB BO— Big Al

R. HUSSEY— Red

C. CAPPADONA— Freckles

J. LECOWITCH— The N ut

C. CATRILLO— Sticky Fingers C. CHICCONE— Smiley

n

J. M AR C O N I— God's G ift to Girls E. M cC A N N —

— Yes

No—

D. CODY— Whistles

R. M cDONNELL— M ickey Mouse

R. DOBIS— M r. Efficient

D. O’N EILLW The Head

R. DOLES— Dear Penny N. HESKIN— M u tt

n

R. Q U IN N — The Brute W . ROGERS—-The Apple

M. DOWD— Je ff

D. ROONEY— The Speech-maker

L. EMANUEL— Beaver

S. SECARE— D. A.

J. EMMONS— The Brightest R. FARRELL— The Nose B. FLAHERTY— Freddy the Freeloader

u

D. SNYDER— Elmer Fudd R. W ARD— The Horse G. Z A H N — Fish

R. GESELL— Skin Head

E. COLLINS— The Quiet Man

188


ES 1 -0 7 7 7 C ongratulations to TH E CLASS OF ’ 61

DIERICKX V E N D IN G CO. M R. and MRS. A. J. BLUMETTI 1316 S pring field A venue

OL 6 -6 0 8 6

Irvin gton , N . J.

C om plim ents of

SCERBO-ALOI FLORAL SHOP “ D IS T IN C T IV E FLORAL SERVICE”

M IK E KNAPP’S TAVERN

5 4 3 N ew ark A venue Jersey C ity 6, N . J. Near Courthouse

1725 Hudson Boulevard

Jersey C ity, N . J.

OL 6 -8 0 0 0

A. C. CHEVROLET NEW CARS — NEW TRUCKS

BURKE INSURANCE AGENCY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE

LAURENCE PAUL AGENCY New Car and T ru ck Leasing L. Am brosino

112 Bower Street

3 0 85 Hudson Boulevard

Jersey C ity, N . J.

Greetings

JOSEPH T. CONNORS ASSOCIATION

189

Jersey C ity, N . J.


OL 9 - 2 5 6 6 C ongratulations

BOND HOME IMPROVEM ENT CO.

MR. and MRS. E. F. BURKE

A LTERATIONS and IM PROVEMENTS OF ALL KINDS

1099 S um m it Avenue

Jersey C ity, N . J.

F R ID A Y , N O V E M B E R 18, 1960

U.S. SENDS NAVY TO BAR ANY ATTACK AGAINST GUATEMALA OR NICARAGUA; CUBA AROUSED BY ANTI-RED PATROL COMPLIM ENTS OF

CHEMSOL, INC.

70 Dowd C ourt

MOONEY BROTHERS

----------------------

Elizabeth, N . J.

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CORP. TE 8-5661

FRANK E. GORMLEY INSURANCE AGENCY

19 H igh Street

Butler, N .

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J.


C om plim ents of

DALE’S COFFEE SHOP “ A GOOD PLACE TO EAT”

A FRIEND

1300 T h ird Avenue

Spring Lake, N. J.

W E D N E S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 23, 1960

KASAW BU WINS SEAT IN U.N., 53-24; GHANA’S ENVOY LEAVES THE CONGO; UNRULY TROOPS HARASS U.N. STAFF


S A T U R D A Y , D E C E M B E R 3, 1960

LUMUMBA SEIZED IN CONGO; MOBUTU ORDERS HIM TRIED; U.N. URGES FAIR TREATMENT ESsex 5 -3 9 0 0

SW 5 - 3 1 0 0

JERSEY FUEL O IL CO. D IV IS IO N OF WELLEN O IL, IN C . Engineers - Designers - Installers Fuel Oils - Domestic Industrial Industrial O il Burners - Carrier A ir C onditioning H eating Contractors

PALENT CONSTRUCTION CO. B U ILD IN G CONTRACTORS

2 9 W ebster Street

On Hackensack River - Foot o f H owell Street Jersey C ity 6, N . J.

Irvin gton I I , N. J.

Com plim ents of

W IL LIA M A.

DR. EUGENE DUDEK

and*

HUGH F. McDONALD

HEnderson 4 - 5 2 0 0

Free Delivery

“ When Spirits Are Low” C A LL

CARUSO W INES - LIQUORS - BEERS

431 Jackson Avenue

192

Jersey C ity 4, N. J.


S A T U R D A Y , D E C E M B E R 17, 1960

127 DIE AS 2 AIRLINERS COLLIDE OVER CITY; JE T SETS BROOKLYN FIRE, KILLING 5 OTHERS; SECOND PLANE CRASHES ON STATEN ISLAND

DE 3 -7 1 87 Com plim ents of

M O N TG O M ERY GLASS SERVICE A U T O GLASS SPECIALISTS

MR. and MRS. FRANK COW AN

3 8 7 -3 8 9 M o ntgo m ery Street Jersey C ity 2, N . J.

DEIaware 2 -9 7 1 8

H O W A R D C L O T H E S

BURNETT ELECTRIC CO.

Clothing, Sportswear and Furnishings for men and boys M A R C Y SPELLER, Manager

45 Journal Square Bayonne, N . J.

193

Jersey C ity, N . J.


T . JERSEY CUT cl

^ -u tu / ie .

M a d e / u t J lio it u j,:

Pn&yieAA a+uH Qnautili

M AYO R CHARLES F. W IT K O W S K I Director, Dept, of Public A ffa irs JAMES F. M URRAY, JR. Director, Dept, of Revenue and Finance W IL L IA M

V. M cLA U G H LIN

Director, Dept, of Public Safety BERNARD J. BERRY Director, Dept, of Parks and Public Property AUGUST W . HECKMAN Director, Dept, of Public Works


C om plim ents o f

C om plim ents o f

M R. and MRS.

M R. and MRS.

R A Y M O N D F. HANBURY

W IL L IA M P. JOHNSON, SR. and SONS W illiam , J r .’51

Raymond ’63

Robert J . ’61

Kevin ’64

C om plim ents of

IT ’S THE COOKIE JAR FOR TH E FINEST BAKED GOODS A VAILABLE

LAWRENCE G. Q U IN N

3 5 6 A m bo y A venue

W oodbridge, N . J.

T U E S D A Y . D E C E M B E R 20, 1960

46 K I L L E D , 7 M I S S I N G O N C A R R I E R IN F IR E A T B R O O K LYN N A V Y YARD; W ORKERS TR APPED BELO W DECKS

H A LL TO HIRE

Tel. U Nion 7 -9 5 8 9

KEILP’S BAR & RESTAURANT KIRKOWSKI FAM ILY

CATERING TO W EDDINGS - PARTIES - BANQUETS

John ’61

1322 Paterson Plank Road

Mike 66

195

Secaucus, N. J.


Congratulations to

Full Service Banking . . .

THE CLASS OF ’ 61

from

COMMERCIAL TRUST

METROPOLITAN SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION

COMPANY 2 Foye Place

OF NEW JERSEY

Jersey C ity 6, N . J.

U N IO N C ITY Compliments

JERSEY CITY

of

BAYONNE

GENERAL BAKING CO. BAKERS OF BOND BREAD

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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POLIZEIDIENER

1207 BLAUSTRASSE NIEDERSACHSEN, WESTDEUTSCHLAND

“ Ich habe meine stellung durch MONATSPOST bekommen.”

HEnderson 5 - 5 9 4 4

BOB CAM P AUTO SERVICE Superior A U TO Repair Service GENERAL A U T O M O T IV E REPAIRS Our W ork Guaranteed

MEMBERS of the

Jersey C ity 5, N . J.

156 C ulver Avenue

TOW N COUNCIL

T. KOHRHERR O Ld field 6 -1 6 3 1

B. TORRACO, JR. O Ld field 9 - 2 9 3 4

SHERMAN HOME IM PRO VM ENT CO. COMPLETE ALTERATIONS - REMODELING - REPAIRS SECAUCUS, NEW JERSEY O Ldfield 3 -0 5 9 5 2 5 7 Central Avenue

Jersey C ity 7, N . J-

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Good Luck

C om plim ents

fro m

of

CHARLES E. BOTH D IA M O N D S - W A T C H

REPAIRING

LAURENCE G. FALLON

APPLIANCES

Jersey C ity, N . J

31 7 Central A venue

W O rth 6 -0 7 8 0

FASHION SHOES V IN C E N T J. WALSH

RED CROSS STORE

PRESIDENT M A G A Z IN E SHIPPERS ASS’N ., IN C .

6 37 N ew ark Avenue

2 9 6 Central Avenue

Jersey C ity, N. J.

9 9 Hudson Street

SW 2 -1 9 4 5

New Y o rk 13, N . Y.

O L 6 -0 1 8 2

M A N C IN O & G RAZIANO GENERAL CONTRACTORS

A FRIEND

Carpentry - Masonry - A ltera tions - B rick W o rk S hingling - New W o rk - Store Fronts Natural Stone M ain O ffice — SW 5 -2 5 8 6 563 Palisade Avenue

Jersey C ity, N. J.

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W E D N E S D A Y , JAN U ARY 4, 1961

U. S. BREAKS ITS DIPLOMATIC TIES WITH CUBA AND ADVISES AMERICANS TO LEA VE ISLAND; EISENHOWER CITES ‘VILIFICATION’ B Y CASTRO

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A -l FORMAL WEAR A N D Y BOY

D iagonally Opposite the A rm ory

15 Jordan Avenue

Gym Exhibition

Jersey C ity 6, N . J.


HE 2 - 1 4 5 9

Use Our Layaway Plan

C om plim ents of

KIMS M ART GIFTS FOR A LL OCCASIONS Hosiery - Lingerie - Jewelry

THE

Fine China - Cut Glass

C A R M IN E R. VENA FA M ILY

4 4 0 Ocean A venue Jersey C ity, N . J. (N ear Fulton A ve.)

SA T U R D A Y , JAN U AR Y 21, 1961

KENNED Y S WORNIN, ASKS ‘GLOBAL ALLIANCE’ AGAINST TYRANNY, WANT, DISEASE AND WAR; REPUBLICANS AND DIPLOMA TS HAIL ADDRESS ------------------

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Com plim ents of

MR. and MRS. THE TSAO FA M ILY

AUSTIN T. TEBBENS

.

M U Iberry 4 -6 1 3 0

PRescott 9 -8 7 6 3

ADVANCE AUTO DR IVING SCHOOL

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LEARN TO DRIVE Dual Controlled Cars - Fully Insured Lessons Given at A ll Times - Including N ights W E C ALL A T YOUR HOME Licensed by the State o f New Jersey

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HEnderson 4 - 8 7 4 9 C ongratulations to THE SENIOR CLASS OF ST. PETER’S PREP

IPPOLITO FURRIERS, INC.

fro m the

One of Jersey's Finest Furriers

SENIORS OF FORDHAM PREP

W HOLESALE - COLD STORAGE

and

P hilip J. Ip p o lito , President

REV. EUGENE J. O’BRIEN, S.J. Principal

M cA do o and Fowler Aves.

Jersey C ity 5, N. J.

U N io n 3 -41 23

FRED J. ROUGHGARDEN

J. TAFFARO LUMBER CO.

ARCHITECT

SASH - DOORS - SCREEN Plywood - Trim - Moulding Insulation - Sheetrock

5 0 9 F ifty -F irs t Street

Hawthorne, N . J.

W est New Y o rk , N . J.

C om plim ents o f

ST. ALOYSIUS

MR. and MRS.

G RAM M AR SCHOOL

721 W est Side A venue

HARRY E. SUTTON

Jersey C ity, N . J.

W E D N E S D A Y , JANUARY

25, 1961

SEIZED CRUISE LINER ELUDES HUNT; PORTUGUESE REBELS DENY PIRACY, BID U.S. AND BRITAIN STAND ASIDE 201


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BEST WISHES

C O N G R A TU LA TIO N S TO TH E CLASS OF ’ 61

MR. and MRS. THE SCARPONES

NICK P. SITA

THE BRANDAS THE PETRILLOS ★

and FRIENDS

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W IL L IA M A. ROMOLLINO

JOHN GALLAGHER

GENERAL INSURANCE

PLUMBING - H EATIN G Electric Sewerooter “ V is it Our New Showroom”

Branch Office

167 Fourth Street

1 16 John Street New Y o rk 38, N. Y. BE 3 -2 7 5 0

Jersey C ity 2, N . J.

19 H artw ick Street L ittle Ferry, N . J. HU 7 -3 5 3 6

ACADEMY OF

Z. B. YARN MILLS, INC.

SA IN T ALOYSIUS

6 0 0 5 5 th Street

W est New Y ork, N. J.

24 95 Hudson Boulevard

, 204

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Est. 1886

Jersey City's Largest and Oldest Employment Service

WELSH EM PLO YM ENT AGENCY Frances B riody - M a rjo rie A . C um m ing

FSESELER’S JEWELERS

Frank H . Eggers, J r. - O tto S tucki

M R. J. HENNESSY, Prop.

Louis A . T ro isi - W illia m A . W elsh Charles H . Howes, Licensee Always Helpful 335 Grove Street 2 6 Jou rnal Square

Jersey C ity, N . J.

N ear N ew ark Avenue

Jersey C ity 6, N . J.

FE 9 - 9 5 3 6 UN 6 -4 0 0 0

NAPLES PIZZER IA U.S. REALTY A N D BUSINESS EXCHANGE

41 1 4 3 rd Street

IT A L IA N FOOD ORDERS M AD E UP TO TA K E OUT

9 0 9 Broadway

U nion C ity , N . J.

Best W ishes

Bayonne, N . J.

COM PLIM ENTS OF

P.T.A. of Our Lady of M t. Carmel School

THE Bayonne, N . J.

FLECKENSTEINS

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1961

S O V I E T W IL L B O Y C O T T U .N . C H IE F ; B L A M E S H IM I N L U M U M B A D E A T H ; B ID S F O R E IG N T R O O P S Q U IT CO N GO

C om plim ents o f

TRANSPORTATION MEN

RYAN

C A N A D A DRY GINGER ALE HARRINGTON MORTENSON Orange, N . J.

W E D N E S D A Y , F E B R U A R Y 15, 1961

1 7 -I N C H S N O W P A R A L Y Z E S C IT Y ; M A YOR D E C L A R E S E M E R G E N C Y ; S T O R M T IE S U P T H E N O R T H E A S T

In M em ory of

VALLANCE FRANK M O U N T ST. M A R Y’S COLLEGE Emmitsburg, Maryland Given by 1808

MRS. VALLANCE FRANK

206


Congratulations to THE CLASS OF ’61

PA KENH AM - SH A N N O N FUNERAL HOME

THE PECK FA M ILY

4 0 0 A rlin g to n A venue

Jersey C ity, N . J

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES

J ^ u d h iy y i

.jY aM y O -/r t c i i

'M

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GOOD BANKING SINCE 1851

75 MONTGOMERY STREET, JERSEY CITY Twelve Other Offices Serving Hudson County

DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO $ 1 0 ,0 0 0 BY THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1961

SOVIET LAUNCHES A MAN INTO ORBIT; MAINTAINS RADIO CONTACT WITH HIM; FIRST HUMAN IN SPACE FEELS ‘WELL’

W O 6 -0 7 8 0

RT. REV. MSGR. CAESAR M . RINA LDI

M A G A Z IN E SHIPPERS ASSOCIATION

ST. A N T H O N Y OF PADUA 9 9 Hudson Street

New Y o rk 13, N . Y.

Union C ity

C ongratulations to THE G R A D U A T IO N CLASS OF ’ 61

DR. and MRS. MR. and MRS.

J. A. SANTANGELO

W IL L IA M PRESBY

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A.A.A. INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT CO. Transportation - Marine - Industrial Engine Rebuilding

48 0 Communipaw Avenue

Jersey C ity, N. J.

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Elizabeth to Visit Pope in May Clark Gable Dies in Hollywood D aring T ou r of Italy W ith Philip Of H eart Ailment at A g e of 5 9

JOHN FRANK’S m a v is

decorato rs,

INC.

M EN and BOYS’ APPAREL

SW 8 - 2 0 0 0

W e stfie ld

P lainfield

Ridgewood

YOUR SAVINGS EARN MORE A T THIS M U TU A L SAVINGS BANK D iv id e n d

BRADY MARINE

In c re a s e d to

3V2%

REPAIR CO., INC.

Per A n n u m E ffe c tiv e fro m J a n u a ry 1 , 1 9 6 0

HUDSON CITY SAVINGS BANK ★

Jersey C ity O ffic e s :

M a in O ffic e : 587 S um m it Avenue at 5 Corners Bayview Branch: 5 3 2 Ocean Ave. at Bayview Ave. Blvd. Branch: 2 5 3 0 Hudson Blvd. at Jew ett Ave.

N o rth Bergen Branch: 75 33 Bergenline Ave., N . B. 9 0 0 JEFFERSON STREET HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY

D e posits In s u re d U p T o $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 By F ed eral D e p o sit In s u ra n c e C o rp o ra tio n

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T EEN A G ER S! You’ll always find the newest in fashions and accessories at . . .

C O M PLIM EN TS OF

COLONIAL

You’ll like the wide assortments . . . and the modest price tags are a boon to your clothing budget. Come in soon.

NEON CO., INC.

(And be sure to attend our w eekly fashion show . . . especially fo r y o u l)

HOLTHAUSEN’S BERGENLINE A VE N U E a t 3 6 th STREET U N IO N C IT Y , N E W JERSEY

NO RTH BERGEN, NEW JERSEY

N O rth 7 -6 9 0 0

GLENDALE DISPLAY and ADVERTISING CO., INC.

MR. and MRS.

“ A COMPLETE SIGN SERVICE”

THOMAS O’LEARY

Neon Sales and Service

68 2 Passaic Avenue

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Billboard Rentals

N u tle y 10, N. J.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1961

ANTI-CASTRO UNITS LAND IN CUBA; REPORT FIGHTING AT BEACHHEAD; RUSK SAYS U. S. WON’T INTERVENE CO M PLIM ENTS OF

A W SNP

M O N D A Y , A PR IL 24, 1961

DEBRE WARNS FRANCE TO PREPARE FOR AIR INVASION FROM ALGERIA; DE GAULLE ASSUMES FULL POWERS 211


SCHW ARTZ and H O R O W ITZ

2 6 Journal Square Jersey C ity, N . J.

M O N D A Y , M A Y 22, 1961

ALABAMA DECLARES MARTIAL LAW; MARSHALS FIRING TEAR GAS REPEL MOB PERILING NEGRO CHURCH RALL Y V

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KiLiLJNJLJM-CAbHMAN CO. FE DE RA L 9 -2 0 0 0

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S TAIN LE SS

BRO NZE

A L L O Y AN D PLASTIC

PIPE.VALVES. FITTIN GS LUBRICATEDPLUGVA LVES

C O R T L A N D T 7 -2 0 5 2

P E T R O L E U M • IN D U S T R IA L • M A R IN E S U P P L IE S

Avenue E and 50th Street, Bayonne, N. J. SINCE 1907

PREPSTERS ASSOCIATED W IT H K-C

The Late John J. Cashman, ’22

John J. Maloney, ’41

Anthony B. Cashman, ’22

James F. McGeehan, ’50

L. J. Cooney, '33

John J. Cashman, Jr., ’54 Anthony B. Cashman, Jr., ”56

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SAINT PETERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S COLLEGE A Jesuit Institution of Higher Education

Day Session liberal arts natural sciences social sciences business adm inistration

pre-professional training in medicine, dentistry, law, engineering, teaching A rm y ROTC honors program graduate scholarship program

Evening Session Six-year program open to men and women

business adm inistration liberal arts w ith majors in history, english economics, and minor in education

February and September Terms Summer Session fo r Men and Women

ADDRESS THE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS Hudson Boulevard, Jersey City 6, N. J.


HE 3 -2 2 5 8

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C om plim ents o f

W ALDSTEIN’S

IMPERIAL SHOE REPAIR

THE HOUSE OF STYLE

W O R K DONE W H ILE YO U W A IT

FOR M E N and BOYS

106 N ew ark Avenue

O Ld field 3 -0 7 7 4

Jersey C ity 2, N. J.

5 2 2 W est Side Avenue

ROY B. W R IG H T

( o & d e x 2 / fia tfA e THE W R IG H T INSURANCE AGENCY

1050 BROAD STREET a t LIN C O L N PARK N EW AR K, N E W JERSEY A . C. A L L A N General Manager

6 67 New ark Avenue

Jersey C ity, N . J.

Largest and Most Complete Catering, Banquet, Ballroom, and Meeting Facilities A ll Function Rooms A ir Conditioned

O Ldfield 3 -4 4 3 3

HOME OF

THE

“ CAROUSEL"

N E W A R K ’S MOST BEAUTIFUL C O C K TA IL LOUNGE A N D SUPPER CLUB

CLARKE & HARTMAN

and

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS

THE CHARCOAL CORNER

For inquiries and reservations 408 Summ it Avenue

Telephone M itc h e ll 2-4400

Jersey C ity, N . J.

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PatnxMtl

Anthony Agresti, Plumbing & Heating 250 Pandolfi Avenue Secaucus, N. J.

Arena Florist 476 W est Side Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Azzuolo’s Meat Market 201 Jackson Avenue Jersey C ity, N. J.

Barrett’s Men’s Shop 843 Bergen Avenue Jersey C ity 6 , N. J.

Be-Be Dairy 220 North Second Street Harrison, N. J.

Ben & Vera’s Sweet Shop 444A W est Side Avenue Jersey C ity, N. J.

William J. Bloom, Prudential Agent 2 Enos Place Jersey C ity, N. J.

Bonded Sheet Metal & Roofing Co. 2214 Bergenline Avenue Union C ity, N. J.

Edward W. Bromirski 221 W arren Street Jersey C ity 2, N . J.

Leonard Bruehwiler Carpentry 7 7 1 1 Durham Avenue North Bergen, N. J.

Brummer’s C onfectionery 73 1 Grand Street Jersey City, N. J.

Busy Bee Delicatessen & Liquor 732 W est Side Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Carmine’s Beauty Salon 2502 Bergenline Avenue Union City, N. J.

Central Barber Shop 269 Central Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Chrobot’s Delicatessen & Luncheonette 104 Fleming Avenue Newark 5, N. J.

C. J. A. Watch Repair Co. 78 Washington Street Hoboken, N . J.

James Cleary, General Construction 226 First Street Jersey City, N. J.

The Cole Pharmacy 710 Grand Street Jersey City, N. J.

Colonial Cabinet Work 277 Fairmount Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Corte & Co. 414 Hoboken Avenue Jersey City, N . J.

County Oil Co. 225 East First Avenue Roselle, N. J.

Court House Pharmacy 570 Newark Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Coutro’s Pharmacy 100 Montgomery Street Jersey City, N. J.

Frank Crahay 3572 Hudson Boulevard Jersey City 7, N. J.

Dave’s Market 266 Varick Street Jersey City 2, N. J.

De Kimpe’s Floral Shop 285 Central Avenue Jersey City 7, N. J.

Diamond T of Hudson C o u n ty , Inc. 801-19 Madison Street Hoboken, N. J.

Domenico Bus Service, Inc.

Eastern Traffic Bureau, Inc. 99 Hudson Street New York 13, N. Y.

Edwiss Jewelers 400 Harrison Avenue Harrison, N. J.

Esposito Hardware Co. 275 Newark Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Family Liquor Store 329 Central Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Farrier Co. 44 Montgomery Street Jersey City, N. J.

Ben Faivus Monticello & Benmore Lanes Jersey City, N. J.

Fifth Ward Barber Shop 109 Brunswick Street Jersey City, N. J.

A Friend Gannon Bros. 170 Saw Mill Road Yonkers, N. Y.

Garden Wine & Liquor 741 Garden Street Hoboken, N. J.

David Garshofsky 713 Summit Avenue Union City, N. J.

Gast’s Men’s & Boys’ Wear Harrison, N. J.

Gene’s Barber Shop 289 Avenue A Bayonne, N. J.

Gene’s Food Market

764 Hudson Boulevard Bayonne, N. J.

189 Mallory Avenue Jersey City 4, N. J.

Dotty & Helen Beauty Shop

Generator Exchange Co.

203 Washington Street Jersey City, N. J.

Dynamic Meatland, Inc. 164 Saddle River Road Garfield, N. J.

667-669 Communipaw Avenue Jersey City 4, N. J.

C. Gnudi & Sons

416 Montgomery Street Jersey City, N. J.


Sfiecicd Patn&nl Grant Cleaners 445 Ocean Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

H appy H obby Shop 1 1 1 Tonnelle Avenue Jersey City 6 , N. J.

H avem eyer Delicatessen 438 Central Avenue Jersey C ity 7, N. J:

Mrs. Peter Henderson, Florist, Inc. 442-444 Ocean Avenue Jersey City 5, N. J.

Jumpin’ Jacks Featuring Frank-Danny-Billy-Al Jersey City, N. J.

Ranter’s Fashions 346 Central Avenue Jersey C ity 7, N. J.

E. P. Keane, D ental Specialties 320 Garfield Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

K elly & Morris, Consulting Engineers 1 Foye Place Jersey City, N. J.

H i-W ay Inn 8012 Tonnelle Avenue North Bergen, N. J.

Thomas K iem an 1155 Herman Place Jersey City, N. J.

Hotalings N ew s Agency, Inc. 1475 Broadway (Times Building) N ew York 36, N. Y.

L & P Garage 46 Nelson Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

James M. Houghton 976 Summit Avenue Jersey C ity 7, N. J.

L aufenberg’s M usic House 1313 Summit Avenue Union City, N. J.

John H. Hourihan 346 Boulevard Bayonne, N. J.

House of Greetings 183 Newark Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Hudson Cam era Co. 136 Newark Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

I. V. Finishing Co. 7712 Hudson Boulevard North Bergen, N. J.

Jacobs & Widman, Inc. 511-44th Street Union City, N. J.

7408 Broadway North Bergen, N. J.

Joe’s Market 4114 Park Avenue Weehawken, N. J.

Joe’s M eat Market 141 Bright Street Jersey City 2, N. J.

Joles C ut Price Shoes 193 Newark Avenue Jersey City 2, N. J.

48 Fulton Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Rt. Rev. Msgr. L eo J. Martin Our Lady of Victories Jersey City, N. J.

M cC losky D ru g Co., Inc. 351 Montgomery Street Jersey City, N. J.

Jim M cD onald 298 Arlington Avenue Jersey City 4, N. J.

M cG inley Square Service Station 700 Montgomery Street Jersey City, N. J.

J. M cM ullan’s M eat M arket 407-67th Street W est N ew York, N. J.

M iddletow n Cream i-Rich Products 780 Highland Avenue Paramus, N. J.

M im i Dress Shoppe 707 Bergen Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

L iberty Pharm acy 1283 Liberty Avenue Hillside, N. J.

L ittle L ouie & Son M eat M arket 370 Grove Street Jersey City, N. J.

Lincoln Em broidery Works 2104 W est Street Union City, N. J.

James J. Lynch 247 Washington Street Jersey City, N. J.

Otto & H enry M ack Jersey Cleaners

Mrs. and Mrs. G eorge M araza

288 Central Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Nassor E lectrical Supply Co. 500 Hudson Street Hackensack, N. J.

T h e National Cash Register Co. 3296 Hudson Boulevard Jersey City, N. J.

Nelson & W ard Co., Insurance 239 Washington Street Jersey C ity, N. J.

Joseph Notariann 356 Summit Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Otto’s Premium Meats & Delicatessen 298 Front Street Secaucus, N. J.

Our L ad y of Victories Parish Madonna G ift Shop 114 Broadway Paterson, N. J.

Maronski and Holowenzak Bar & Grill X07 Fleming Avenue Newark 5, N. J.

Marra’s D rug Store 1285 Plaza Secaucus, N. J.

Jersey City, N. J.

Palace D rug Co. 172 Newark Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Palmera Pharmacy 791 Bergen Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Park Amoco Gas Station, Inc. 100 Woodcliff Avenue North Bergen, N. J.


P edigreed Seed Co. 96 Forrest Street Jersey C ity, N. J.

Anthony P. Peduto 32 Erie Street Jersey City, N. J.

Petzold Opticians 3 11 Main Street Hackensack, N. J.

P ik & P ay D ept. Store 629 Newark Avenue Jersey C ity, N. J.

P laza M eat M arket 358 Broadway Bayonne, N. J.

Joseph R. Polito A gen cy, Inc. 300 Ridge Road Lyndhurst, N. J.

Polito’s V egetab le M arket 314 Pacific Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Q uad M achinery & Supply Co. 315 Route No. 46 Little Ferry, N . J.

R. A. C . V olksw agen 6608 Hudson Boulevard W est N ew York, N. J.

Royal M art 77 Newark Avenue Jersey City 6 , N. J.

San C arlo Restaurant Lyndhurst, N. J.

G erard Santomauro Painting & D ecorating 153 Clinton Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Schell’s Floor C overing Co. 443-445 Central Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Secaucus 5 & 10 121 Plaza Center Secaucus, N. J.

Paul Servo Summit Avenue at 8 th Street Union City, N. J.

Sickle’s M usic Store 625 Newark Avenue Jersey City 6 , N. J.

Silver Bros. Clothing, Inc. 556 Broadway Bayonne, N. J.

N ick P. Sita Association Jersey City, N. J.

Spina Upholstery R ay’s Prescription Pharm acy 216 Washington Street Jersey City, N. J.

R ay’s Texaco Service Route 3, North Side Secaucus, N . J.

N . J. R efolding 6725 Hudson Boulevard North Bergen, N. J.

R ice E quipm ent & Co. 14 Van D yke Street Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J.

Rose Form al W ear 7727 Bergenline Avenue North Bergen, N. J.

Fred Roughgarden, Jr., Builder 492 Lincoln Avenue Hawthorne, N. J.

R oyal Cleaners 1309-11 Summit Avenue Union C ity, N. J.

462 W est Side Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

S & T Decorators 1698 Hudson Boulevard Jersey City, N. J.

Stasiuk Bros., Meats & Provisions 124 First Avenue New York 9, N. Y.

State Cleaners 49 South Street Jersey City, N. J.

Steve’s Flow er Shop 505 No. 4th Street Harrison, N. J.

Sullivan D etective Agency 8115 Bergenline Avenue North Bergen, N. J.

Sunshine Laundry 33 East 30 Street Bayonne, N. J.

S. Supel W aste Removal 253 Secaucus Road Secaucus, N. J.

Tam ke’s Sport Centre 233 Central Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

G eorge Taub 2824 Hudson Boulevard Jersey City, N. J.

T ed d y’s Cleaners 396 Pacific Avenue Jersey City, N. J.

Tim e Shop . 157 4th Street Hoboken, N. J.

W illiam Trenz Liquor Store 315 Centre Avenue Secaucus, N. J.

T w in C ity Auto Wreckers 1097 Broadway Bayonne, N. J.

V era M aye Decorators Cliffside Park, N. J.

V erga’s Pastry Shop 1699 Boulevard Jersey City, N. J.

Dr. Vespignani & Dr. Marella 8-12 Clifton Place Jersey City, N. J.

Frank J. Viggiani & Co. 167-9 Stegman Street Jersey City, N. J.

W agner’s Delicatessen 5116 Bergenline Avenue West New York, N. J.

Washington Super Market 212 Washington Street Jersey City, N. J.

Waxman’s Pharmacy 114 Mallory Ave., Cor. Ege Ave. Jersey City, N. J.

Wenton Shoe Store 739 Bergen Avenue Jersey City 6 , N. J.

Sam Yellen 277 Central Avenue Jersey City, N. J.


Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ahem

Richard Bielecki

Cameo Bowlo Lanes

Robert A. Alexander

Mr. and Mrs. T. Bielecki

Dan Arthur Camia

Alpha Pharmacy

The Bier Fam ily

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cardiello

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Amato

Dr. Urban R. Bigliani

Joseph Cardiello

Michael Angelo

Mr. Rudolph Billack

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Carella

Mae C. Apsley

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Bishop

Sidney Carlin

Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Arabia

Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Biunno

Mrs. Joseph Carr

Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Arasin

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Carroll

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Thomas Blake

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John J. Carroll, Jr.

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Mary Louise Carroll

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Richard J. Carroll

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Dennis Boyle, *61

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Mrs. Florence Austin

Gene Boyle

Louis Casazza, Jr.

Rt. Rev. Msgr. Alois Auth

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Paul Bach

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Mr. Stephen Cheloc

Eugenia L. Badach

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Angela Chiccone

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Frederick G. Chiccone, D.D.S.

Rev. Joseph B. Bagley

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R. M. Barcaro

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George Bull

John A. Collins

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Roger Barr, *61

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Frances Conaghan

Mr. and Mrs. Roger W . Barr

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Burke

Grace Conaghan

Mary and Kathleen Barrett

Edmund G. Burke

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook

William A. Barrett, ’61

Eileen and A1 Burke

Joseph M. Cooney

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Dr. and Mrs. J. Frank Burke

Mr. and Mrs. Carmine Corrado

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Burke

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Dr. and Mrs. L. Burke

Eugenia Urbanski-Courtney

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bastan

Dr. and Mrs. L. P. Burke

Mr. and Mrs. H. Cree

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buryk

Dr. James W . Crosby

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Donald and Stephen Crosson

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Francis and George Jr. Crosson

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Mr. and Mrs. L. Besserer, Jr.

Michael Byrne

Charles N. Cucchiara

Mr. and Mrs. L. Besserer, Sr.

Vincent Byrne, *61

Francis J. Cullum

Jack Bettinger

William Calia

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Dr. Carl Fuardo

S. A. Dashev, Inc.

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Edward J. D avis

Louis Ennis

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Joseph J. M. Galvan

John D ecker

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Mr. and Mrs. Silverius Galvan

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas DeCresce

Miss Lucille Esser

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Mr. and Mrs. A. Delmastro

Eureka Auto Refinishing

John D. Gawlik

Mr. Louis J. DelMonte

Elizabeth M. Fahy

Gaylord Formals

Joseph F. Fahy

Arthur Geismar

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Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gennaro

Bev. Francis X. Dennehy

Alfred V. Failla

Dr. and Mrs. John H. Gentz

Col. and Mrs. E. T. D evlin

Edward Falkowski

Mr. and Mrs. Gilch

W alter Falkowski

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Mr. and Mrs. M ichael Dietz

Mrs. M. Farrell

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T he DiStaso Brothers

Ronnie Farrell

Rev. James J. Glancy

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Miss Gail D evlin

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Dr. Harry Feith

Mr. and Mrs. M. Donatacci

Margaret Finn

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Mrs. Mary Finn

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Mike Graf

Thomas and Deborah Fitzgerald

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kane, Jr.

Mr. W alter Lentkowski

Msgr. James Hamilton

Helen Kapinus

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Leonard

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hanley

Mr. and Mrs. John Karasek

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Leszczynski

Margaret Hanley

Mrs. J. Keating

Terry Levy

Mr. and Mrs. John Harding

Keck Plumbing Supply Co.

Lawrence Lewis

Naurius Harding

Richard V. Keegan, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto J. Lillo

Mrs. Helen Harrison

Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Keegan

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Michael F. Kelly

Mr. Henry Linnweber

George Hayek

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Kelly

Nicholas J. LoBue

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Hazel H. Lochte

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Leonard Heir

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Mr. and Mrs. P. Lordi

Mr. and Mrs. George Held, Jr.

Mr. Mitchell M. Keselica

Virgil Lozzi

Mr. Philip Helfand

Mr. Richard Kilroy

Frank Luciano

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Mr. Richard E. Kinn

James J. Lyons, *50

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Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kittel, Sr.

M. and M. Boys Centre

Dr. Charles W. Hennesy

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Kittel, Jr.

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Alfred A. Herbermann

H. Konner

Louis A. Macellaro

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Mr. and Mrs. R. Magner

Mr. and Mrs. T. Heredia

Mr. George J. Koch

Mrs. Bettina Magnus

Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Hering

Miss Sally Koch

Mrs. Gertrude Magnus

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Mr. and Mrs. F. Kohout

Madeleine M. Malatesta

The Heubel Family

Mr. and Mrs. A. Komylak

Mario S. Malatesta

Arthur M. Hoffman

John Koprowski

Peter Malatesta

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael Koprowski

Vincent D. Manning

T. M. and J. F. Hollingsworth

John Krukar

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Mrs. Sybil Holy

Mr. and Mrs. W alter Krychkowski

W illiam F. X. Howe

Mr. Charles Kuzminski

Mario Marchi

Peter T. Hraber

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Mr. and Mrs. Leo Marion

William Hrebiniak

Bob LaBate

Rev. W illiam George Mark

Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes

Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Lacey

Mr. and Mrs. William K. Mark

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ivacic

Anna Lalanas

Regina Marrella

Mr. and Mrs. Iwanyk

Mr. and Mrs. Gus J. Lau

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Jake and Marie

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Lau

Mrs. Genevive Martin

Mr. and Mrs. A. Jankowski

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Landwehrle

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martini

Jersey Drug, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Lang

Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Martini

Mr. and Mrs. E. Joachinson

John J. Larkin

Fred Maryanski

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Johnson

Mrs. Charles G. Lehr

Alfred Massa

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joworisak

Dr. E. J. Leahy

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Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Leahy

Dr. and Mrs. Vincent J. McAuliffe

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Ellen Lee

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Helen and Lorraine Kalish

Joseph LeMehaute

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Mr. and Mrs. J. Kamiensky

Pauline LeMehaute

Mr. and Mrs. John F. McCann

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Kane

Mrs. Wanda Lempa

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Mrs. Murphy

Richard and Laurence Presby

Thomas F. M cCarthy

Agnes and Julia Murphy

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Mr. and Mrs. John A. Purcell

Frank J. M cConville

Helga Murphy

Rev. Paul J. Purcell

Patrick M cFadden

Jessie Murphy

Robert J. Quackenbush, Jr.

T he M cGrath Fam ily

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Mrs. Charles P. M cGraw

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Mr. and Mrs. John B. Quinn

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murtagh

Mr. and Mrs. A. Ramsey

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Peter Regenye

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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ricciardi

Mrs. Frances O’Donnell

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T. Rieckman

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J. Riedlinger

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Olen

Elizabeth V. Roache

Steve A. Olesky

Peggy Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Balph Olsen

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Roehre

James E. O’Malley

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roerty

Mrs. Martin J. O ’Malley

Paul and Helene Roerty

One Hour Martinizing D ry Cleaners

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Romano

Mrs. James A. O’Neill

Mrs. Thomas Rooney

Mr. John J. O’Neill

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roskofsky

Dr. and Mrs. Justin F. O’Neill

Mr. and Mrs. John Rovello

Mr. and Mrs. C. X. O’Reilly

Frank J. Rubino, Sr.

Wilhelm Osmojopowski

Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Ryan

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Parker

Louis Sabo

Charles R. Parker, '61 Ralph Passante Mr. and Mrs. David Patterson Gregory F. Pearson Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepe Vincent Pezzuti Benjamin J. Pienkowski P. K. Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. William Plunges

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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stroebel

Mr. and Mrs. E. Vroom

John J. Scott, M.D.

Stuart Auto Sales

W adleigh

John, James and Kevin Scott

Sudnik Insurance Agency

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wajszczuk

Thomas D. Scott

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Mr. and Mrs. John Wajszczuk

Mrs. Thomas D. Scott

John J. Sullivan, ’61

Mr. Robert W all

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scudese

Mark A. Sullivan

Andrew W allace

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Servino

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Sullivan

Dorothy W allace

Paul Servo

W inifred Sullivan

Gerard W allace, '61

William Sexton

Sunflower, Grove Street

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. W allace

John A. Shea

Sunshine Fruitery

William W allace, *62

Mr. and Mrs. James Sherry

The Sutcliffe Fam ily

John M. Walsh

V ic Sibilia

Dr. Juliana Swiney

Mr. Joseph G. Walsh

Ben Silver

Dr. and Mrs. Merrill Swiney

Maurice Walsh, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Silver

Mr. and Mrs. John Sych

Mrs. Ruth M. Walsh

The Silvestris Family

B.

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Mr. and Mrs. Philip Simms

Anthony Szegda

Sinder’s D rug Store

Tessie Szersin

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ward, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Singler

Mr. and Mrs. George Takacs

Frank Warren

Marie Sinisi

Mr. John Takacs

Mrs. A. Wash

Miss Helen Sinnott

Mrs. J. Takacs

Edward G. Waters

Mr. and Mrs. William Sinnott

Arthur J. Tarantula

Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Werner

Mr. and Mrs. E. Siwek

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Tarrant

W est Side Pharmacy

Mr. and Mrs. E. Slifka

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Mr. and Mrs. John W ickiewicz

Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Smith

Henry Terwedow

Mrs. Frances B. Wickersty

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Smith

W alter G. Terwedow

Mr. and Mrs. Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Henry I. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas

John C. Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Smith

Madeline F. Tobin

Margaret Williams

Miriam E. Smith

Thomas A. Tomasi

W illow Pharmacy

Charles B. Solomon

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Torpey

M. Winters

Andrew Soncha, Sr.

Helen Tracey

Anthony Wisnieski

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Soncha, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Troy

William Wittmer

S. & P. Food Market

Andrzej Tudek

Mr. Nelson Worrell

Mrs. Jennie Spadola

Twelfth W ard Democratic Club

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Wright

Joseph A. Spadola

Mr. John Tynan

Andrew R. Wright, Jr.

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

Frank J. Unger

David J. Wright

Dr. and Mrs. Louis J. Spizziri

Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Unger

Young Sophisticates

Joseph V. Standish

Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Unger

Mr. and Mrs. S. Zaborowski

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stawicki

Ernest Vardakis

Mr. and Mrs. G. Zahn

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stillwell

Mrs. Hildegard Vellenzer

Miss Frances Zaiens

Strauss Bros. Pharmacists

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Venutolo

Mrs. N. Zaiens

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Street

Fred Viggiano, Sr.

Miss Sonja Zaiens

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Mr. and Mrs. A. Vilha

Rev. T. L. Zaorski

Mr. and Mrs. J. Strichek

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