St. Joseph's To Graduate 138 Seniors
Camden County Record, Thursday, May 25, 1972
Brother Anthony Wallace, professor of Education at LaSalle College, will address the 24th St. Joseph's High School graduation class of 138 seniors at commencement exercises Thursday, June 8, in the school auditorium, Mt. Ephraim Ave. and Dayton St., South Camden.
The Most Rev. George H. Guilfoyle, Bishop of Camden, will preside at the evening ceremonies, starting at 7 o'clock. The Rev. Leo V. Rea, principal, will present the graduates for conferment of diplomas. The Rev. Msgr. William J. Hazela, pastor, will assist in the ceremonies with the Rev. Henry S. Blaszczynski, pastor of St. Joan of Arc Church, Fairview.
Stanley Kisiel will give the senior address and Diane Spagnola will make the welcome address. Choral director Joseph Rykaczewski will lead the St. Joseph's High School Chorus in selections. Sister Rita Marie, assistant principal, is in charge of the program.
The Msgr. Arthur B. Strenski, pastor emeritus and founder of the school, will head the list of guests, including the Rev. James Tracy, Diocesan School Superintendent; the Hon. Joseph M. Nardi, Mayor of Camden; the Rev, Charles J. Giglio, Camden Catholic High School principal, and Paul P. Zachary, president of St. Joseph's Church Parish Council.
St. Joseph High School Seniors To Graduate Tonight
Camden County Record, Thursday, June 8, 1972
Commencement exercises will be held for St. Joseph's High
School class of 138 seniors today at 7 o'clock in the evening in
the school auditorium, Mt. Ephraim Ave. and Dayton St., South
A concelebrated Baccalaureate Mass yesterday in St. Joseph's Church was attended by the graduates, parents and friends. The celebrants were Msgr. William J. Bazela, pastor; Fathers Leo V. Rea, principal, Frank Leonard and John Byrnes.
Brother Anthony Wallace, professor of education at LaSalle College, Philadelphia, will address the graduates. The Most Rev. George H. Guilfoyle, Bishop of the Camden Diocese, will preside at the ceremonies. The class speaker will be Stanley Kisiel. Diane Spagnola will make the welcome address.
Posted: November 3, 1999
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