Why You Should Tell Your Story Help an old guy whose
rememberer is on the fritz.
Frank Fitzgerald ( 1/54)
Poem by Warren Blair (6/62)
Corporal Punishment It wasn't me, Sister. It
must of been someone behind me.
Remembering the "Smokers" Catholicism
and pugilism and celebrities!
Larry Bernet ('63)
My First Day Adventure Art Harris ('63, HS '67) remembers
crayons and Brylcream, and watching dust particles in the sunlight.
My Return to St . Pascal's Mary Trecartin Culhane
(Jan. '54) travels back.
A Visit to St. Pascal's and St. Albans It is a beautiful day and
Bob Maloney ('45) invites us to pedal along with him through "the old
Mary's Hat Charlie Hesse (1/47) and the
In A Story Charlie Hesse considers long pants and Windsor
All Kinds of Memories Marie Antignolo Gill (grade school
'63), on her first day, knocks over "a good sized statue of the Blessed Mother"
but later scores extra plenary indulgences.
The New High School's First Occupants
Elizabeth Signorelli Christy on the first day of school in an unfinished building.
The Oratorical Contest Jack
Maloney (6/46) "Sixty different versions of
Lincoln's noble words might have proved interesting indeed."
Only One Hour From Broadway Mickey Maloney ('48) recalls a
40's "Showboat" performed in white top hat and tails made of paper.
Remember When? Robert Obach (1/54) recalls his first day
First Day Tears Denise Ryan Comstock ('61) would, perhaps,
prefer to forget it.
Memories Helen Titus Crume (1/54) and a curling iron from
All About Ed Ed Dobler ('42) sailed to 65
countries and then became a sheriff in Montana.
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