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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

885 Vol. IV NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACKED HEART, JUNE. 1956 No. 5

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Joy, Topic for Talks By Father Leonard [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Joy, Topic for Talks By Father Leonard Father William Leonard, S.J. former College chaplain, held a day of recollection on Ascension Thursday for the Senior Class, the Children of Mary, and all other students interested. A nine o'clock Missa Cantata was followed during the day by three instructions. "I envy your position in this age," were the concluding words of Father Leonard's talks. Father stressed the idea of being joyful, with the joy we should have as Catholics —the joy found in the gospels. Father explained the meaning of the word Gospel, that is, good news and the good news it should hold for us. In his afternoon talks lie laid much stress on the challenge and obligation we have as young Catholics living in the modern world. Each of us should be doing something about changing the world. We find the source of this desire and the inspiration in our daily prayer and especially in the Mass. Margv Craig' will succeed Mary Ellen McKeon as president of the Children of Mary Sodalit...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
College Elections End With Club Officers Delegates for '56-'57 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

College Elections End With Club Officers Delegates for '56-'57 A busy month of elections neared its end with the election of those who will be directing next year's campus Club activities. Officers of the Glee Club will be: Cathy Connolly, president; Jobie Medart, vice-president; Connie Hanley, secretary; Michelle MeGarty, treasurer; and Judy Scannell, business manager. Officials of the Dramatic Club will be: Mary Jane O'Connell president; Ann Marshall, vice-president; Shelley Carroll, secretary; and Mary Leigh. Madden, treasurer. Members of the International Relations Club, the third major club elected: Therese Sullivan, president; Margy Craig, vice-president; Jo Englert, secretary; Susie Kennedy, treasurer. Catholic Action officers were elected by the entire student body on the nominations of the Club. Elected were: Barbara Bireley, president; Joan Hanlon, vice-president; Liz Doyle, secretary; and Judy Seannell, treasurer. NSA and NFCCS junior delegates, also elected by the whole ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Graduation Events Fill Weekend Dr. Karl Stern Gives Main Address [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Graduation Events Fill Weekend Dr. Karl Stern Gives Main Address On June 4th at the 5:30 commencement exercises on Duchesne East Terrace, 11 is Excellency, the Most Reverend Richard J. Cushing, Archbishop of Boston, will confer degrees 011 the thirty-six members of the graduating class. Dr. Karl Stern, M.D. will deliver the commencement address to the graduates, the student body, and guests. Dr. Stern is from the "111stitut Albert Prevost" in Montreal, Canada, where he is connectcd with the lieuro-psyehiatrie clinic The Commencement ceremonies will be preceded by a series of traditional events beginning 011 Sunday, May 27th, Trinity Sunday, the patronal feast of the college. That afternoon the baby party will take place for children of the Alumnae and friends of the college, and will be followed by Benediction at 5:00 in the college chapel. Monday, May 28th. is the Feast of St. Madeleine Sophie. Activities that day will include Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, veneration of the...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

STUDENT DONATIONS TO COLLEGE BUILDING FUND Pledge receipts (November, 1955 — May, 1956) Day students $ 87.75 Stuart House 146.60 Duchesne 105.00 Cushing 183.50 Hardey 78.07 Barat . • 76.19 Sophomore Class Show . $1,250.00 Total 51.927.11

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
885 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

885 NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS Published five times a year by students oj Newton College Connie Weldon '57, Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Doyle '57, News Editor Gail O'Donnell '56 ) Contributing Marion Linehan '56, Feature Editor Janice Murphy '56 J Editors Margy Craig '57, Art Editor Joan David '57, Circulation Manager Elaine Conlsy '57, Business Manager Special contributors to this issue: A. Clausmeyer, M. Dwyer, A. Gaynor, M. Keating, M. J. Mulvanity, A. Podolinskv, M. Winslow. Vol. IV June, 1956 No. 5

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Pius XII Lists Press Ideals [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Pius XII Lists Press Ideals In a recent speeeli to a group of United Nations public information officials, the Holy Father gave encouragement to even so insignificant a newspaper as "885" (though of course nee don't think ourselves insignificant!). The Pope pointed out the demands of good reporting and the rules of Christian conduct which must be carried out in such a field. These are rules which even "885" reporters must attempt to follow if they wish to be an effective student voice in the affairs of a Catholic College. "Newswriting," the Holy Father points out, "can not be well or correctly done without calling into play high intellectual and moral qualities." There is more to it than a presentation of statistics. News must be skillfully presented in a way that stresses the essential point. Otherwise it is dishonest. There is a duty to the objectivity of facts, to a weighing of their causes and a calculation of their consequences — a duty to clarify with appropriate comment. Ofte...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Putting It Into Practice [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Putting It Into Practice We all respect the girl of whom it can be said, "She is a credit to her school." What a commendation! But how about actively striving to fulfill this duty ourselves, instead of leaving it for Mary to do? All of us, as representatives of Newton, carry a trust which was given us the first day of our Freshman year, when we crossed the threshold of "885" and became a part of Newton College. Nor does that trust end with the close of the academic year, nor even with our graduation from college. The Newton shield on our jacket, the Newton sticker on our car mark us. We are Newton's representatives, her emissaries. We stand for Newton, and others judge the college by us. Now that second semester has passed and"the good old summertime is approaching, graduates and undergraduates will be replacing their busy study schedule with leisure, carefree hours. Even though we do not have anyone in authority supervising us, others, more severe and critical, will be judging us. ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

COMING EVENTS Thurs., May 31st . . . Senior Banquet. Will and Prophecies. Fri., June Ist . . . Practice for Baccalaureate and Commencement. Sat., June 2nd . . . Senior Prom. Sun., June 3rd . . . Baccalaureate Sunday. Capping of Sophomores. Alumnae Luncheon. Buffet Supper for graduates and their parents. Serenades. Mon., June 4th . . . Commencement. Thurs., Sept. 13th . . . Registration for Freshmen. Thurs., Sept. 13th — Tues., Sept. 18th . . . Orientation Week for Freshmen. Mon., Sept. 17th . . . Registration for Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores. Tues., Sept. 18th . . . Mass of the Holy Ghost.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Among Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Among Ourselves Engaged: Carol Ilealy '58 to A 1 Hanley, a senior at Boston College. Definite wedding plans have not as yet been made. Miss Marchand Flail, English instructor, to Richard Finnegan from Minneapolis. Mr. Finnegan is a graduate of Georgetown University and is now at M.I.T. studying for his doctoral degree in Chemistry. An autumn wedding is planned. Sandy Ceres '56 to Howard Weston of Hancock. New Hampshire. Mr. Weston is a graduate of Dartmouth and at present a flier for Trans World Airlines. A September wedding is planned. Summer Weddings: Seniors who have set definite dates for their weddings are: Kathryn Galvin and Kevin White, on June 7th; Carole Gillis and John Baxter on June 27th; Jean Wallace and Rudy Russo on July 14th; Shirley Spencer and Mike Duggan on July 21st. Born: to Mrs. Robert Dieboll (Francie Johnston '55) a boy, Robert Francis Jr. in Detroit; to Mrs. Samuel Cullotta (Mary Elizabeth Giordano ex's 7) a boy, Christopher, in Baltimore. Shower: The. senior...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Lighter Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Lighter Side Even considering it was the week of comprehensives, Marv Ellen MeKeon was perplexed by the conversation of two fellow seniors, Shirley Starrs and Ellie Taft. In the midst of some dinner table chatter about fashions, Shirley suddenly stared blankly at the wall and murmured, "I'm two centuries behind schedule." Replied Ellie in the same spirit, "Oh, that's nothing, I'm still 8.C." In a certain Elysian spot on Newton campus, a kindly April sun smiled down on one of its devoted worshippers. Miss Barbara Bireley was just sinking under the joint spell of Orpheus and Apollo. So deep was her reverie that a roving insecticide truck had ample time to spray all the trees in her vicinity and thoroughly douse the surrounding area (including our dozing heroine) with DDT. Now, restored to the hard light of the classroom, she speaks of her past misfortune with sad acceptance. "I have," she says, her face assuming that transfixed quality of the self-taught sage, "been de-bugged." A cert...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Dorothy Day Speaks To Boston Audience About Social Work [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Dorothy Day Speaks To Boston Audience About Social Work On Friday, April 27th, a group of sociologists and volunteer social workers from the college attended a lecture by Dorothy Day, well known Catholic author and journalist, who spoke at the Old South Meeting House in Boston. Miss Day, a prominent social worker, is currently the topic of much controversy throughout the nation. Following the lead of a French peasant who came to this country in 1933, she has been organizing "Houses of Hospitality" in the large cities of the United States. These homes, as the students were told, are to provide food, clothing, and shelter to those who would not otherwise have it— rights which, she believes, should be guaranteed to all. No questions are asked at the homes concerning background, creed, etc. of visitors; the aim is not to reform or rehabilitate. At present this is the biggest movement of the Apostolic work of the Church in America. Miss Day also commented 011 the worth of the Catholic Wo...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Work, Study, Marriage Among Tentative Plans Of Graduating Seniors [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Work, Study, Marriage Among Tentative Plans Of Graduating Seniors For the majority of Newtonites, June 4tli will just be another temporary departure . . . just a shrieking good-bye until next September when cars piled high with desk-lamps, books, trunks, and souvenirs will stream back through the gate from Centre Street. Lazy days of relaxation will vanish again as we cram the schedule (trying at all costs to avoid those late Friday classes) and plan week-ends to make sure that play sufficiently balances the work. But for thirty-four graduates, June 4th will be a last good-bye to Newton —a permanent departure. And with this departure comes that dreaded decision of just what to do with the learning acquired in four years of liberal arts. Many of the class are still undecided about their future, but some have made more definite plans. More than half the class's nine engaged girls will be married by the time Newton re-opens in September. Kathryn Galvin will be the first bride, waiting ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Music Workshop Presents Two Operas Concert Celebrates Mozart's Bicentennial [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Music Workshop Presents Two Operas Concert Celebrates Mozart's Bicentennial Under the able direction of Mrs. Maria 1.. Balling the Opera Workshop made its official debut on April 12th, presenting scenes from Henry Purcell's opera "Dido and Aeneas" and Gilbert and Sullivan's delightful "The Mikado". The principal performers were Aileen Mannix, Cathy Connolly, Peggy MeMurrer, Nancy Harvey, Nancy Kottenstette, Sue Macksoud and Ginny Little. Mrs. Frances Crum designed a dance sequence for Jo Kirk, Julie Saver and Sue Lawrence, who appeared as "furies", complete with wigs and masks. The Opera Workshop consists of voice majors and any others interested in opera production. In class the students sing and act roles, criticizing each other's interpretations and suggesting ways to improve the effect. They study the background of the opera and try to recreate it as accurately as possible, working out movements suited to the meaning and rhythm of the music, and stressing the importance of stage...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
'51 REPORTS AT FIFTH REUNION [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

'51 REPORTS AT FIFTH REUNION In June of 1951, when the old part of Stuart was new, when the only smoker on campus was the present dean of students' office, and when a modern flat-top dormitory called Crushing wasn't even in anyone's mind, the second graduating class of a new institution of learning called Newton College of the Sacred Heart shouted fond farewells and a laughing: "I'll see you at the fifth reunion" to their friends. This June, an inconceivably short five years later, the thirty-three members of the class of '51 will hold their fifth reunion at the Somerset Hotel to compare notes on careers, studies, weddings, and families. A near fifty percent of the class are now well versed in the domestic arts, rejoicing in ready cake mixes and twenty-four hour diaper services. New members to join this year's married ranks are Elaine Cortelli and Ellen Englert; two well on their way with sparkling diamonds are Madelyn Mahoney and Mama Mclntvre. Other recent milestones in the parent...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

For more than half of the college career of the class of 1956, First Friday processions in the chapel were monthly events. Before their fifth reunion, we all hope Newton will have its new chapel.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Newton and Fairfield Give Joint Concert [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Newton and Fairfield Give Joint Concert On May 13th, the Newton Glee Club went to Fairfield, Connecticut, for their annual joint concert with Fairfield University. Mr. Thomas Sokol directed the Newton group and Mrs. Mary Kenney was accompanist. Director for Fairfield was Simon Harak. The program began with Bach's Ureal, Forth () Beauteous Heavenly Light. Other selections included Ave Maria from the Sacrae Cantiunculae by Monteverdi, Lordly Gallants by John Callcott, Mac/net and the Churn from Gilbert and Sullivan's Patience, 0 Dulcis, () Pie, 0 Jesu by Des Pres, and Glory and Worship .Ire Before Hint by Purcell. One of the solo numbers for the program was Seliuman's Prelude for Women's Voices sung by Cathy Connolly '57. The lilting English Folk Song, Seeds of Love by Abbott, concluded the program.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Club Notes [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Club Notes IRC A talk on the religions involved in the Middle East conflict was given by Sheila Mcßrearty at an April meeting of IRC. Next year's president, Terry Sullivan, conducted the last meeting of the year, with Mimi I.ahourdette, this year's president, assisting. During this last meeting members gave reports on post-war international organizations such as NATO. The club then officially closed the activities for the year. GLEE CLUB Approximately thirty eavlv risers, members of the Glee Club and Choir, sang at a 7:00 a.m. solemn high mass in Our Lady of Victories Church in Boston. The M ass was a main event in the week's program of the ninth National Convention of Music Educators, held in Boston from April 29th to May 3rd. Directed bv Mother Guerrieri, the group was aided by Mother Morgan and Miss Margaret Leddv, both of the music faculty at Manliattanville. The singing was accompanied by Anthony V. Cirella, noted blind organist from Saint Cecilia's Church in Boston. CATHOLIC A...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Dance Group Performs In Evening Recital [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 June 1956

Dance Group Performs In Evening Recital On the evening of May 7th, Newton's dance group, under the direction of Mrs. Crum, entertained the college in the Playhouse with the first dance recital of the year. Solo numbers featured in the program were Kathleen Kingston in an Irish step-dance, Estella Casillas in a Spanish routine, Joan Coniglio, Lillith Marzouca, and Mary Jane O'Connell. A group of Freshmen re-performed in a Can-Can number from their class show. The music for one of the selections, "Central Park", was an original modern composition by Mrs. Crum. Cathy Connolly sang to accompany the "Nocturne". "Boston Fancy" and "Veni Creator", two student group selections, highlighted the program. The group hope it will be possible to have a small dance club next year and to do further work in this field.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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