Miss Sheila Ann Connolly, Miss Catherine Marie Curran and Miss Maureen Eleanor Grenham, all of Norwood, graduated recently from the Catherine Laboure School of Nursing, Boston.

They were among the 104 students of the Class of 1962, the largest graduating class who received their diplomas at ceremonies held at John Hancock Hall on Sunday, August 26, at 3 p.m.

Miss Connolly is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Connolly of 243 Winter Street and a graduate of Norwood High School. While at Catherine Laboure, Miss , Connolly was active in the Student-Faculty Association, Student Nurse Association of Massachusetts, and the Scholarship Show.

Miss Curran is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Curran of 232 Nahatan Street and is a graduate of Norwood High School. Miss Curran was active in the Student-Faculty Association, Children of Mary Immaculate, Class Vice President, and Student Shop Committee.

Miss Grenham is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Matthew Grenham of 427 Nahatan Street, and is a graduate of Mt. St. Joseph Academy. She was a member of the Student-Faculty Association, the Student Nurse Association of Massachusetts and the Scholarship Benefit Show.



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