Annunciation High School - Annunciata Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)

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E 5 33 JN x 1 -w S S 5 5 E Q E x H is if si Q F 'H Q? 't Q Q A m.'.wrxn::Insuwze'w..r..z.nu.a41g tx,zu'm,4nLr. Vzrmmnvnxfr-4Ly.-f-Avzsanr'-'--. we -w,u,aJ1nmfw v4.q,.m.,xs:.,-waves. 'sn ' xwnyzw . Lwzmw xmvzrrs.m.,,.-A.-...--74p-.-,rrnsszrxx :fem-wanna:-'-f. -. 1.--f b- ,mr RIGHT REVEREND RICHARD OBRIEN Our Beloved Paslor I 2 71' U' R , 4 I ' 4 Xl, MUNSIUNOR For the service you have rendered, For the good that you have done, For the times when we needed yon, And you helped us, everyone, Thank you, Monsignor. For the advice and good example, For being our faithful friend, For all your acts of kindness, Our message brief we send. Thank you, Nfonsignor, jAM1is El. LEN NON Our Assistant Pastors EV. ROBERT ALBRAITH REV.J HN CAREY '- Pf'1'Z,f, X ftff ,K t,, W H Eh Y g A Uffjybf Jlfcfaifl Q MGM W REV. NELSON LOG-AL V REV. EDWARD iWALKER , WZ H- s Gfg 'Lf DEDICATION TO THE MEMORY OF ' OUR BELOVED PONTIFF PIUS XI WHO GAVE HIS LIFE THAT THE WORLD OF TOMORROW MIGHT HAVE PEACE WE THE CLASS OF THIRTY-NINE LOVINGLY DEDICATE THIS THE EIGHTH ISSUE OF THE ANNUNCIATA ANNUNCIATKDN SCHOOL Faculty R+. Reverend Richard O'Brien ........eee. e.e.....,.,., P rincipal Reverend Roberl Gallorai+h .,,,,,,A.A . ,,,,,,,,,.. Religion 3, 4 Reverend John Carey .,.,...... ,.,,,., R eligion 2 Reverend Nelson Logal ...,..... ,.oe,,. Religion l Reverend E. J. Walker .Yv, . ......... Lalin Sisler Rose Mary ,,,,,,.,, . .,,,, ,,,,,,,YY,,,,,,,....Y,,,.,.,...,,,,....,,.. A Assislanl Principal, Music Sisfer Veracunda . Maihemafics, Science Sisler Theophane ..,.,,. English Sisler Felicify .,..ii..... .,.,,, . .. l-lisfory Sisler Mary of Carmel Miss Mary Cronin .. Mr. Daniel Mahoney ..,,,.i French Physical lnslruclor Physical lnsfrucior REV L J BONDY, CSB. C60 the Students of Annunciation Gfigh School I am personally acquainted with very few of you, yet I feel that I am related to you by a tie that is much closer than mere acquaintance. It could hardly be otherwise after those days of spiritual intimacy we spent together during the Retreat. 'That is why I am sending you these few words of greeting for your 'Year Book. To the graduating class in particular, I want to address a word of congratulation. 'You are naturally elated at the successful completion of your High School Course. Perhaps you already have a vague appreciation of what Annunciation High School has meant to you. But the full realization of it all will only come later when you have a chance to compare and see how different is life from what you had dreamt it to be. 'Then you will realize what treasures of love and sacrifice were lauished on you by your parents, your priests and your teachers, I can offer you no better wish than that you may prove worthy of it all so that those who have so cherished you may find in your success as true Catholic men and women, a measure of the joy and consolation they so richly deserve. May Cod bless you all. GQ. qdondg, G Q. St. M1'chael's College, Toronto, Canada C0 NTE NTS Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Activities Patrons Advertisements sENloRs if W Af A fr ' ' 4' , . 5 1, 3-.f a :w a wg .,, ,.Q . r : wer 4' 4 V V.V',VlV.HV?,,? .1 , , we , , 5'- 1 Semor Class Officers and Annuncrata Staff Motto Flower Colors Presaclenr Vace Presldenl' Secretary Treasurer Valsdacforuan Shluraiorran Bslrdor Hfitanan Co eclrlors Arr Edrrors Adverhsmg Manager Jumor Eclnlors Sophomore Edrfors Freshmen Edvfors We Bunld For Tomorrow The Rose Royal Blue and Whrfe Louls J Gomer Norma E Murray Menon M Whofley Mary Elazabefh Fall: James W Briggs Manon M Whurley Norma E Murray Camilla M Sally James Lennon Frances Kennedy Wal+er Marhn Geraldme Eleey Wollram Walsh Walham Dull Alma Gunnmg Mary O Leary -Francis Malloy Jean Kane Bruce Sndebolham 0 ' V ' 0 Q ' I V I if I V ' A , l - X V ' if 4 , ' .4 'IJ l f l ..,,... .........,.,.......................v.-.u.------------ 1 ' .,.. -... -------------------4-f---- fA--'--"---- -A-""--- ' . . . ........... .,.................... ...-- ,... v ----------- 1 ' 1- . 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"sm mmadeiizla emma f- fx 1 , .l 54- . N y A - wa, f.', CN: an ' .. - M . ' ' ,uk .ffl J, , , - ,, -V fc ..-15' ww.-f 5 v-if . a w, I1 . --, , '1 H4."'M.-Pr Q " 1 .- e'v"w:' wr? f .w wr' f f M -1 a- r .alla -H 'fu-213' ' ' ' f.a.?,w3ea.wixH'a'17iLnaav'- ' 'f " ' ' JAMES W. BRIGGS Energefic. a good siudenf wifh a fine sense of boflw Honor and humor. VALEDICTORIAN MARION M. WHITLEY Honor sfudeni fhrouqhouh versafile, buoyant Coy. SALUTATORIAN CLASS SECRETARY X FL y, JJ NXEOUIS J. Gomer: Capable, comforfable. resigned and inqewrrious, ma? e' afician. V KC v XY CL ss PRESIDENT , Q4 - Y ,JE 4 A W X x NORMA E. MURRAY Sunny disposiiion, w?Hy linguisf fespeci- ally Lafinl. CLASS TESTATOR VICE-PRESIDENT V!iC'ff!f!f'vQ,L fl, Tff HS ff 1 wma KATHERINE E. ASKEY Serious, dufeous. puncfual and assisfing JEANNE M. BLATNER Pleasing personalify, fender- Iwearied Iover of poeIry. WILLIAM F. CALLAHAN Energefic, an able Ieader, an organizer and a good Irlend. ROBERT E. CUNNINGHAM An able aII'1Ie+e and an excellenf dancer HELEN M. DONAHUE Happy, ambifious and persevering. JOHN F. DOYLE Aspiring, a promising a+l'ile+isL!a pi sf! Sodaiisi and a hisfory devoiexj GERALDINE M. ELEEY Wi++y, quiet appreciafive, ialenied arf. Y Wiipwbgg MARY E. FALK Chummy, vivacious and enihusiasfic CLASS TREASU RER ivy YDABM fflffvfh cwjyggiofw ff . 9 FRANCES M. KENNEDY Dependable, faillwlul lo duly, a sfaunclw friend. co-EDITOR or ANNUNCIATA JAMES J. LENNON Enflausiasfic, school-spiriled, friendly, a born leader. co-EDITOR OF ANNUNCIATA WALTER J. MARTIN Talenled in arf, willing, good mixer, skillful dancer. ANNUNCIATA STAFF ARTIST EDWARD J. McMANUS Sociable, cooperafive, dependable. lil JULIA M. O'KEEFE Sunslwine spread a lover of life. a happy companion, wifi W ff' mPf Unseliislw. indusfrioius and loyal. if ANNA M. PAVONE Reliable, efficient ambilious and ioke- loving MARIAN C. ROESSEL Wholesome, generous, api af learning lafest melodies. ,J D x 1 J' Q 4 1 3 ,ffl f - AA WA A I ' I . jk AJ WA In .ll fbu 1 'N ' Www' W f ' QA MARY E. SENFTLE ArIis+ic, sI1y, dain+y, qeniaI. Q VV! L JJN ' iff ,gf ANNE M. SMITH WMI' IW! iIXIv'vvLi jf' dw!! IUII XL f b I + ing I OVSI' O OC 5, GCCIJFG S, IFI 6 I SVI IrusIworII'1y, Iady-IiI1e. CAMILLA M. SOLLY Goodenafured. diIiqen+, orderly. capabl "precious jewel in small package." CLASS HISTORIAN WILLIAM J. WALSH A sincere. Iionesf paI, Iover of musi vioIinisI. S I 'Q THE ANNUNCIATA History of the Class ol:'39 eaouun cizew ln SepTember, l935, TorTy-Tive enThusiasTic workers were enrolled in The ground crew oT The Class '39. WiTh, aT leasT normal equipmenT oT originaliTy and ambiTion, we seT TorTh To make our class unique in The hisTory oT AnnunciaTion. Our Theme, seT down in our moTTo, ",We Build Tor Tomorrow," direcTed us To The World Fair, our GraduaTion. Under The supervision oT our Freshman Teacher, SisTer Mary Bernice, our beloved enThusiasT, we weeded The garden oT our minds wiTh spades and shovels and hoes and rakes of LaTin declensions, Algebraic equaTions, English rhymes and rhyThms and social problems. Our year was successTul because oT The underlying principles of applica- Tion, sinceriTy and good sporTsmanship oT The Crew as a whole. CONCESSION OWNERS IT was in our second year ThaT our sense oT responsibiliTy was TesTed. The nov- elfy OT our FirsT Year kepT up our buoyancy, buT now we had To Turn our implemenTs inTo 'foreign soil, boTh ancienT and modern. Under our exacTing French MisTress, SisTer Mary of Carmel, we Took on a "comprenez-vous" look and an anTiquaTed air oT The EgypTians, Medes and Persians. We were obliged To sponsor our own Mission Program, our own candy sales, and we even presumed To produce a scene Trom "The MerchanT of Venice." We plodded on unTil The Tollowing SepTember, we Tormed a PUBLICITY SQUAD The experience of The TirsT Two years encouraged us To emerge from obscuriTy and To puT inTo execuTion whaT we had hiTherTo been culTivaTing, working harder sTill wiTh geomeTric angles and Ciceronian speeches. We held our own in The Mission acTiviTies3 we produced Three one-acT plays, one of which, "The Dean's Chair," was The original work oT our own Frances Kennedy. ln SepTember, I938, we enTered The Fair Grounds To prepare Tor The big FAlR, our GraduaTion. AnoTher year of Trimming and Touching-up, wiTh SisTer Veracunda as our Tinal guide, and we were well on our way. The AnnunciaTa, The burden oT The year, served as a leveler Tor our super-buoyancy. ATTer a sTrenuous year of serious labor. we are now ready To Take our places in The march down The Hall oT achievemenT. WiTh flags aloTT, crowned wiTh our square- cuT graduaTion caps, we appear as The celebriTies of A. l-l. S. I939. On leaving our life hisTory as a memory oT our years aT AnnunciaTion, we wish To Thank our RighT Reverend Monsignor Tor our High School educaTion7 Reverend FaTher C-5albraiTh, FaTher Carey, FaTher Logel and FaTher Walker Tor The beauTiTul memories we shall Take wiTh us oT Their lives: all The SisTers Tor Their devoTion in Training us, and wiTh a prayer Tor all, we close The chapTer of AnnunciaTion Annals, enTiTled "The Class oT I939." En rouTe To The WORLD FAIR. CAMILLA M. SOLLY, '39 page nineteen 'THE ANNUNCIATA Class Prophecy scene: worm-s FAIR Time: l95O I A young man sank inTo his chair wiTh a long sigh. The day had been raTher hard, Twelve broadcasTs and Two Trips Trom Radio CiTy To Long Island. He saT a momenT, Then wiTh a weary sigh, Turned and looked aT The picTures on The wall. IT had been a long Time since he had seen his classmaTes. buT There They were young and smiling and eager To live and To conquer. He wondered whaT They were doing and how They had all Turned ouT. He hoped They had been as successful as he, for he was now, James J. Lennon, Vice-PresidenT oT N. B. C. Television deparTmenT. Suddenly he saT up, snapped his Tingers and smiled. Di lmmorTales! He'd do iT, he had The money, power and he could do iT. THe saT down and wroTe Thef Tol- lowing noTe To The members of his class oT I939: Please lisTen To The radio-Television, SaTurday nighT aT 8:00 o'clock. STaTion WABC. iSignedi JAMES J. LENNON. Some oT These noTes had To be cabled Tor several of his classrnaTes were abroad. SaTurday nighT came: each lisTened wiTh expecTaTion. WhaT was going To happen? Then, There he was, old James as big as life, and each in Turn saw himself on The screen, as he used To be. FirsT, Two girls appeared, who were They? Why Mary SenHle and Mary Eliza- beTh Falk, iusT walking and Talking las They always werei. They saT and waTched in Their Paris aparTmenT, Tor Mary was now "La grande arTisTe" and Mary E. "La grande romancieref' Mary: Did we really look like ThaT? Mary E.: We really did do a loT oT Talking, didn'T we? My ThaT scene looks Tarniliar, iT's The old Blue Banner room, The Tigures? Why, Anne Pavone and Frances Kennedy, oT course. They smiled as They saw Themselves: They had carried ouT Their youThTul ambiTions, Tor each day in The HearsT paper were columns wiTh The bylines bearing Their names. Anne: WhaT iournalisTic achievemenTs we acquired in ThaT old room! Frances: I can sTill smell The old ink, iT goT in my blood There, l do believe. Two boys This Time, and whaT in The world are They doing? They are sTudying, and iT's an Algebra. Suddenly They looked up, whaT a surprise! RoberT Cunningham and NorTon Gold-en. ThaT musT be The comedy parT, The sTudying, I mean. These Two saT and laughed, waTched The resT oT The program, and Then hurried down To Their newspaper oTFices, where They wroTe a ioinT sporTs column Tor "The Globe." RoberT: lmagine me sTudying? NorTon: And an Algebra aT ThaT. Lennon hasn'T losT his sense oT humor. The school library is The nexT scene, The TheTa Ti is holding an imprompTu sororiTy meeTing under The disapproving eye of SisTer Theophane. Each girl waTched and smiled reminiscenTly. Helen and Camilla saT in Their luxurious quarTers in Their fashionable New England day school Tor girls. Helen: Remember The day l yelled "one aT a Time"? page twenty 'THE ANNUNCIATA Camilla: IT brings back memories of "gag fesTs" all righT. Jeanne and BeTTy shared a Buffalo aparTmenT for They were privaTe secre- Taries To Two prominenT Buffalo business men. Jeanne: I'd give anyThing To be back There. BeTTy: Do you Think we would be welcome back? Norma smiled blissfully. 'She was happy, iusT being an ordinary housewife. Norma: We cerTainly had our fun. Marion and Anne. grinned aT each oTher over Their coffee Table in Their San Bernardo home, each relaxing afTer a hard day-Marion aT her Hollywood Boulevard shop and Anne aT The M. G. M. STudios where she was a scenarisT. Marion: I cer+ainIy miss Those inTeresTing discussions during American I'IisTory. Anne: I-low we every goT Through is a miracle. Two aThleTes flash on The screen. WalTer MarTin, wiTh his skaTes, and Louis GonTer wiTh his Tennis rackef. Each was now a member of The U. S. Olympic Teams and had Taken prizes in The I944 Olympic in ITaly. WalTer: Those morning GeomeTry classes were raTher early, weren'T They? Louis: Yes, we were early birds and we goT our worms. Look, who's ThaT ringing The gong? Why, iT's James Briggs, how vivid The memories grow. James saT back in his easy chair. I-Ie was now superinTendenT of Buffalo schools. James: And I sTill have ThaT old faiThful waTch, iT never leT me down in school and never has yeT. Two girls appear. They hurry up The school sTeps. WaiT Till we see Their faces. O, iT's Mary and Julia O'Keefe. They are now school Teachers, and favoriTes indeed of Their pupils for They sTill recall Their own school days. Julia: Amo, amas. amaT. I sTill remember EaTher Walker's LaTin class, whaT an experience! Mary: AT Times I goT Tired of moving around for Marion and Anne, buT iT wasn'T Too bad. Look There! Who are Those ladies going inTo The Congressional Library? My, They look familiar! Geraldine Eleey and Marion Roessel, They are boTh novelisTs now. Geraldine: My, l've changed a IoT since Then. Marion: Many is The nighT I lay awake worrying over Cicero, alThough I realized I wasn'T alone in my misery. Look aT William Walsh and VincenT Sheedy figuring ouT Their gains for The year. They are parTners in ownership of a sTring of drug sTores. William: Our sTudy of chemisTry gave us a good sTarT in our life work. VincenT: We would never be where we are now wiThouT iT. Well, how imporTanT ThaT man looks, why iT's John Doyle. .He sTill has ThaT air of significance as well as The sTudied one of a professor. Who is The nexT? Why iT's William Callahan, we would know him anywhere by his size. l'Ie's following his greaT ambiTion, Too, for he is leading Tenor aT The MeTropoliTan in New York. William: Good Things come in small packages. The review was over. They had all passed before him. The memories of days gone by had been re-lived Tor one shorT, swifT momenT. Each cIassmaTe had become alive for James, walked and Talked once more, and Then siIenTly passed forever inTo oblivion To all buT Those wiTh whom They lived and worked. ANNE SMITH, '39 page twentyfone The Recfo ry A Remembrance of our visif fo Mi. S+. Mary The Convenf A corner of Hue press room 'THE ANNUNCIATA Last Will and Testament We. The class of I939, having complefed, aT Annunciafion High School, The preparaTion for our World's Fair, bid farewell To our Pasfor, our Teachers, and school- mafes. Grafefully, we Tender our hearTfelT appreciafion To our RighT Reverend PasTor, Monsignor O'Brien, and bequeafh To him our love and lasTing reverence. To Reverend Pafer Edward Walker, our LaTin professor, we leave our admirafion for his accomplishmenfs wiTh The "almosT impossible." We hope he will confinue To Taxi The ball players around The Town. We saluTe you, Fafher, magna cum laude! We besTow on Sisfer Veracunda, our Teacher, moderaTor, and friend, many Thanks for her pafience and guidance aT all Times, especially wiTh The "perennial headache," lfhe Year Bookl. V To SisTer Theophane we leave The memory of our "ScoTch Plaid" Junior Year spiriT. Hoof, Mon! We hope Sisfer will always be glad To recall I938 as The year of her life. Probably iT was The worsT. To Soeur Marie du Carmel, we bid a fond adieu, which carries wiTh iT many happy memories of French I, ll, and Ill. Bon iour To dicTaTions, aural comprehen- sions, idioms, verbs. ET TouT le melee. Bonne chance, Soeur! We Thank SisTer Felicify for The memory of American Hisforyg especially Roose- velT's "alphabeT soup." iHow could we forgeT iTl She will probably see us very soon working on his nafional proiecfs: W. P. A., C. C. C., N. Y. A., or even l. R. C. To The Junior Class of T939 we leave The Senior Room, all iTs appurTenances, The worries of The Year Book, Teachers, Tradifions, and prospecfs for a New World's Fair. Farewell, and many Thanks, Juniors! , Kafherine Askey, Jeanne Blafner, and Helen Donahue leave Norah Hall The righT To conducf discussions in American HisTory. This probably won'T be a difficulf proiecf Tor her and her friends To measure up wiTh Their pasT experiences. Mary E. Falk and Mary Senffle leave Their affinifies To Eileen Rich and a friend of her own choice. Three guesses iT will be eligible Alice Gunning. Keep smiling! The seaTs in The back of The room are handed down To Thomas lncandela by Edward McManus. We hope Tommy will conTinue wiTh his exfra-curricular acTiviTies. Thank you, Ed.l Marion ollfers To Norah Hall her knack for excelling in American Hisfory and also her exquisife knowledge of inferior decoraTing. Many Thanks, Marion, for your cooperafionl Don'T blush now, "ain'T iT The TruTh"? James Lennon, always beliTTling Roberf Swanz' episode of rescuing Two drowning boys in Delaware Park Lake, conveys his personalify, hoping ThaT iT will noT sink Bob, The nexT Time. Jimmy cannoT pawn his pink shirT on To anyone, so iT will have To remain as a family heirloom. Geraldine Eleey and The Bill Board Commiffee would like To have Rufh Lownie confinue The fine posfer work which They sTarTed. Thank you. Gerry, for your won- derful poefry, and skeTch of The Trylon and perisphere, which has added To The zesT of our Year Book. Goodbye, and don'T wear ouT Too many lead pencils! The arTisTic abilifies of Daniel Harringfon and WalTer Marfin are bequeafhed To Howard Collins wiTh The hope ThaT he will use Them for fuTure year books. Some of Their works of arT are: "Venus de Milo," The porTraiT of "WhisTler's MoTher," "Abe Lincoln" and "Psyche aT The Well." pwge twentyfthrec THE ANNUNCIATA Anne SmiTh TransmiTs her knowledge of The dicTionary To Elaine Penrose wiTh The hope ThaT Elaine will follow in her fooTsTeps and also exercise her memory. Con- graTulaTions, Anne, for your work, inTeresT and cooperaTion! James Briggs commiTs his gong To faiThful John Rogers and Francis Delano. alTernaTely, wiTh hopes Thaf They won'T scare The NaTives of A. H. S. wiTh iTs sofT, pealing chimes. .He shall also commiT his place as ValedicTorian of The class To some worThy, aspiring, acquiring, inspiring, inquiring, expiring, reTiring Junior. CongraTu- laTions, James! Marian WhiTley, our SaluTaTorian, bequeaThs her brilliance To RuTh Maischoss, knowing she won'T need iT, buT ThaT she will know whaT To do wiTh iT. Heil Maischoss! Goodbye, Marian, and more wonderful progress! RoberT Cunningham passes on his foofball prowess To his pals, Bill Dill and,Bob Slaper. We hope They will make as many Touchdowns. Keep eaTing your Wheafies, Bob, The breakfasf food of champions, and you will conTinue your good work. Anne Pavone leaves To Elaine Penrose ,her famous giggles and graceful dancing abiliTies. You are doing fine, Anne, buT don'T swing Too much! William Callahan besfows on Miles McDonnell his righT To Take his place in French, alThough LaTin runs in his family. Vous reussirez, Bill! Frances Kennedy relinquishes her posiTion To The mosT eligible Junior, whose name is noT now known, wiTh The hopes ThaT The work will be as good as our choice co-edifor. Keep up your good work, Frances! IT will always be appreciaTed. Louis Gonfer commends his knowledge of chemisTry To Richard Ford and James DuranT if They promise noT To blow up The school wiTh new experimenTs. Louis, wake up! We're Talking abouT you. Ho-Hum disTurbed again. Julia and Mary O'Keefe TransmiT Their cooperaTion and inTeresT in all school affairs To Eileen Rich. Anofher TraiT which she will inheriT is Their ever-presenT smiles and laughTer. Be lavish wiTh your smiles, girls, They are always welcome! Bill Walsh and JohnADoyle hand down Their feuds To William WhiTe and RoberT Swanz, hoping They will soon end. LesT we forgef, we will congraTulaTe Bill on his wonderful disposifiong and John for his aThleTic inTeresT. Came The RevoluTion! Camilla Solly passes on To RuTh Maischoss her puncTualiTy and faifhful aTTend- ance To duTy. Hurry, Camilla, or you'll be Iafe. NorTon Golden leaves his dance mania To Michael Hurley knowing he won'T "leT him down." Good luck, Norf. Norma Murray wanTs Alice Gunning To inheriT her appreciaTion of humor and laughTer and also her inTeresT in The sTudy of LaTin and French. Vincenf Sheedy leaves his nonchalanT air To Edmund Brady, pugilisTic phenomenon, and also his version of swing. Now, Vince, "don'T geT icky on The one, Two, Three." To The enTire sTudenT body of AnnunciaTion High, we, The class of '39, pass on our example of respecT and devoTion To The Faculfy, our spiriT of loyalfy and cooperaTion in all school proiecfsg and our deep appreciaTion for The Thorough CaTholic educaTion which we received wiThin These hallowed walls of our clear school. Signed, Sealed and Published This TwenTy-sixTh day of June, in The Year of Our Lord, ninefeen hundred ThirTy-nine. Ima GraduaTe Ura Nofher NORMA MURRAY, '39 page twenty-four Fi ' il ,Y ,V Q 2 5 ix , VV vw, ,V Q1 W rv ? ,V W M K'-x.,gV, V - 5, ff ,im-V,"nvs.i"--, , A qw ,1V,. .Q H w W YW V swf, ' gh-QM 'V 1 Aw,,,Tsfw,f:VV- . . V, V Ng ,, g , ,, ' , WM Y VEV . , V .1 'A QM V f wa V 1' I, fw lf .V f ' HQ W" 'iv ' 'HL 5-fp'L'i f-"52465333255L3z'fjW32i345ief? "F?VVfi -- "Il: fr WV UV K1 J 4 ,Q 4- '73, j Li V ,za o rg, ge V A 3 A V wifi:-GW N '- .Vi Vfgifg, V iw ' - ,, ,p 7 wg , , W - ,--zg,,,VfVV,, -VV, V V ,, M -V V ,Q . 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A' , if V, 1:-, ?fsgg, - SZ V V- , 1 , ,A -72,f55ffffLfz5Wf Q ,:fV-V L Vi 5 " 1 W . ki W5 S H 'fa 34? QM Xxx" fu? , M I Leif b X -ix, K A L 'V A ,V . 3 'f V' ga i Veg, , Q G A, 'ff -3 VMI-wtf 5 YV V VV-uf -ff V if "' V VV I I V VV , V ' ' 4 'Y " M , T3f'f ? V is WMX 4 F nl V .12 f f V 'L'V X ' . .A A M I An ' 1 Nm: ,Q V 1 3, I . , rj ' 1' 1 1 V ' ,i Q Q ,L '1 1282 ,SQ 'f "M In V, - 5-:stuff QQ ' V 1 ff' V ,gf 1 ,, V . " ff Fgwgg? M . 1 T1 ., ffw V -.s,QVxi ,,,, iwizx IE , ,V ,V jf THE ANNUNCIATA I938 - The Senior Diary - l939 SepTember 6 SepTember I2 SepTember 2 I OcTober 5 OcTober I 6 OcTober 23 OcTober 27 OcTober 3 I November 7 November IO November 30 December 2 December 7 December 2 I January 3 January I9 January 23 page twemyfsix SEPTEMBER Upon reTurning To school we proudly made our way inTo The Senior Room escorTed by Monsignor. Mass of The .Holy GhosT. EIecTion of The Senior Class officers. Assembly - RecepTion of new sTudenTs, inTroducTion To Monsignor. OCTOBER Senior class song composed and sung. General Communion of sTudenTs in union wiTh The EucharisTic Congress in New Orleans. Senior girls visiT MounT ST. Mary's. ReTreaT opened by Rev. L. J. Bondy. C.S.B. of ST. Michael's College, ToronTo. Canada. ReTreaT closed. l'IaIlowe'en parTy-huge success. OrchesTra splendid Tor dancing. Freshmen iniTiaTion. NCVEMBER A penny drive was sTarTed To raise funds Tor The Year Book. ArmisTice Day Assembly. American l'IisTory Class enTerTained wiTh songs, reciTaTions. and speeches. SodaIiTy MeeTing conducTed by The Senior Class. A very successful meering. DECEMBER AnnunciaTion VarsiTy Team beaT Our Lady of VicTory Team in a rousing basI4eTbalI game.. Score I6-I3. Freshmen received inTo The Sodaliry by Monsignor wiTh an impres- sive ceremony. A ChrisTmas enTerTainmenT ceIebraTing Monsignor's TorTy-Third anni- versary To The PriesThood. JANUARY Holidays ended. Back for The IasT half of our journey. Mid-Term exams. Sighs of relief, exams are Tinished. THE ANNUNCIATA February February February February March March April April Apirl May May May May June June June FEBRUARY Pope Pius Xl died. EnTire world in mourning. High School dance sponsored by Seniors. A merry Time for all. FaTher Leonard delivered lecTure on The Chinese missions, using slides and movies. American HisTory Assembly honoring Lincoln and WashingTon. A group of Seniors dancing The MinueT in cosTume was The high- lighT oT The program. MARCH Symposium on The laTe Pope Pius Xl. The life of Pope Pius reviewed by The sTudenTs. VocaTion Week was observed. APRIL Holy Week. Beginning oT 3rd quarTer exams. Soph - Senior Dance. Senior Luncheon Tor The beneTiT oT The Year Book. MAY A group oT Cherokee-ChocTaw lndians visiTed The school and presenTed an inTeresTing skeTch oT Indian liTe in The AudiTorium. Freshman - Senior Dance. ' Baked Goods Sale Tor The beneTiT of The Year Book. Junior-Senior Dance. JUNE PreparaTion Tor commencemenT. Final exams. Baccalaure-aTe Mass. 6raduaTes aTTend in cap and gown. RecepTion inTo Alumni. GraduaTion - Awards - Diplomas. FAREWELL 1 JEANNE M. BLATNER, '39 page twenty-seven 2? gf: A bi .,,: L. ,L ,A fail" , " 4 3 ,. 40 . .M N,- v X V, , f J ,mmf 45 M, 4. .-a 'iq KL gn' A W zzwwzm . gf r 'vw-.M ., fggfwfg N ,, L,,. 0. it ' fiilzii fgfsiif QWY - TS? bil -1 fill , 2 45' f':f" was my 'fwlzi Ztw-yz?5'W3'??u . f f? , :qs lH mig ,f H 11i" , f 'Sz I g :1,.-,L-L g M A ff- - , M A, -- I. 5251 wif 2 ? ' N .Mew ,, WE BUILD FOR TQMORROW A great wise sage once made it known That the seed of the future must be sown. To perform this deed is the lot of youth, Bearing its strength in the standards of truth. Tall, white spires of architectural esteem, Empires of steel that sparkle and gleam, What modern temple could be built so tall, That without firm foundation would not shatter No good can they build with gold and greed, Their hearts must be filled with love of the deed, 'Youth must now be made to see Courage and strength as its destiny. This is no age to sit idly by! It is ours to advance with heads lifted high, Shoulder to shoulder we stand in the fray, Because we build for tomorrow-Today. and fall? FRANCES KENNEDY, '39, THE CRUCIFIX Look at the streams of blood, That trickle down His face, Our world has stripped and gored Him, We are burdened with disgrace. Look at His hands, ripped and torn, Pierced by a cruel, sharp nail, As we crowned Him with a thorn bush, Like Galahad, we must search the Holy Grail Look, His face disfigured, What is this startling fright, We didn't kill this Man-we didn't. How useless is our plight! Look up mankind, have you forgotten? God is merciful. Remember Easter morn He begs His Father's mercy- Despair ye notg for hope is now reborn. JAMES J. LENNON, '39, SENIOR CLASS SONG QTune of Alexandefs Ragtime Bandj Letis give a cheer, Letis sing her praise, We will fight to bring her fame We hear the call, we'll do our all And welll get her wide acclaim, We will try with all our might And we'll stand for all that's right Loyal and true, we all love our white and blue, It's just the best school in the land, So Senior menu- Let's give a cheer, letls sing her praise, We will fight to bring her fame, We hear the call, we'll do our all And we'll get her wide acclaim So if you really love your Alma Mater, come on Senior Come on and cheer, come on and cheer, The Senior Class of thirtyfnine. page twentyfnine THE MFLODY CLUB TOP ROW: C. Gonier, C. Clwesbro. A, Mccarfhy, J. Burrweff, H. Assaf, J. Spencer. MIDDLE ROW: M. Weiser, C. BufVer. W. Frawley, A. Kerwin, M. O'Leary, R, M. Tomasuh SEATED: J, Henry. T. Hofmes, I.. Paul, M. Bewiclc, M. A. Gonfer. H. G-rani. JUNICDRS .ad ax fnswnu , K ms.1uw.:,mn:w.mumz: Q PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Mollo: Colors. Flower: JUNIOR CLASS The Junior Class WILLIAM DILL JOI-IN ROGERS JAMES DURANT RUTI-I MAISCHOSS "Wl'waI Vlfe Arc To Be, We Avo Now Becoming." Maroon and Blue. Pinlx Carnallon. JUNIOR CLASS SONG Tune: lAr'rillery Sonql. J-U-N-I-O-R And you lcnow jusl' wlnal we are As 'rlne Juniors corno rnarglwinq along: I-leaf our call, one and all And you lcnow Ilwal we canll lall As Ihe Juniors some marclning along. We are now beronninq Wlwal we are Io be, Slwoul oul our colors, Maroon and Blue Wl1ere'er you go Everyone will know Tlwal Ilwo Juniors arc marching alonq. page tlunyftlwee THE ANNUNCIATA Statt and Publicity Stunts Publicity Manager ...t,t.fttt,.. .,,.,......,, W illiam Dill, Class President Asst. Manager .....tttw.ttAtttt, ,,,,.............. J ohn Rogers, Vice-President 5eCre+ary ............A........t.twt .,,.,,,,,,...., J ames Durant, Class Secretary Treasurer ........,.............,,AY.,......,.........,,...... .,..,, . .,.... R uth Maischoss, Class Treasurer Edmund Brady, a genius in his own right, won wide acclaim tor his pugilistic ability and thus brought his share ot publicity to the World's Fair. Howard Collins, an artistic mastermind, has brought Fairgoers trom tar and wide by his posters. Francis Delano, whose patronage ot our basketball games, won the notice ot the whole school. William Dill, the Publicity Manager, does his share by playing lett tield on the A. H. S. ball team. James Durant, secretary, breaks the monotony by adding humor to the Latin class. Richard Ford, one ot the ablest students, is noted tor his brilliant translations in Latin. Michael Hurley, is a newcomer to our class but a most welcome one. .His publicity work is in the tield ot Geometry. J Thomas lncandela, adds his so-called musical genius to the long list ot talented uniors. Miles McDonnell, a most eloquent speaker, rendered his talent at the Junior Eucharistic Meeting. John Rogers, an all around handy man has a wide tield ot accomplishments including studies and extra-curricular activities. Robert Swanz, one ot our most valuable men, will be remembered tor the splendid ability with which he conducted the January Mission Meeting. William White, alias "Wizzer," which he earned by his antics in the classroom, is highly regarded as a French student. Eileen Rich, who is otten tound in the library, delights in the masterpieces ot Shakespeare. Robert Slaper is another poster artist. He has a unique manner and style which makes him outstanding among the Juniors. Norah Hall, is conspicuous tor her trankness and high scores at bowling. ' Ruth Lownie has been with us only a short time but has made many new triends. Ruth Maischoss is our most apt and etticient treasurer. Alice Gunning does her share by contributing and subscribing to the "Blue Banner." Elaine Penrose has kept the tardy marks in the most competent manner. This ends the publicity acts contributed by each individual on the Publicity Statt, or in other words, the Junior Class but there are still turther accom lishments which the class as a whole has undertaken. We will attempt to mention a Tew. At the January Mission Meeting our class song was sung by the whole class and each person had some active part which he or she did in the true Junior style. Pre--Lenten Dance. One ot the biggest successes ot the year. The whole. class worked hard to make it the success it was. Mission Candy Sale came on the day atter the dance. The Juniors sold out their booth completely. They also displayed their'top hats and pink carnations. ALICE GUNNING. '40 WILLIAM DILL. '40 page thirty-four A Bit of Poetry SHIPS Sometimes I get to thinking About the ships at sea, Dancing on the ocean blue just like the fishes, free. I wish I were a captain Of a mighty boat With sails instead of motors, To keep the ship afloat. In days of long ago, on ships, With adventurous men aboard, They knew not where they were headed, But trusted themselves to the Lord. I hope that I'll be on the ship, With the rest of the faithful band, With the compass set straight ahead, Toward the Heavenly Land. FRANK PARISI, '41 LIFE O ship so tall and sturdy The pride of all the seas, I'm glad that I'm a part of thee Encountering the calm and the breeze. 'You face both fair and wintry weather Bearing mankind in your train The storm you know you'll better Defying the sun and the rain. Though you travel nor ocean nor lake 'You are a ship we all must take 'You often run into trouble and strife, For you are the ship of Lifeg 'Yet I'm glad that I am part of thee Traveling towards Eternity. RICHARD LENNON, '41 A WARNING I looked at a flower the other day And chidingly it seemed to say, Don't you wish that you could be Pure and white like me?" If I thought and wondered and asked myself, "Are those words a warning?" I knew that my body was pretty clean, I questioned my soul next morning. JOSEPH BURNETT, '42 THE SEA I like the sea On which to flee, When troubles bother me, The sailoi-'s life is a life so free O, let me sail the sea! To sail, to sail On the briny blue, Is what I wish That I might do. DOROTHY LE COUR, '42 MY STEED If this were thirteen hundred, And I were a knight of old I would put on my suit of armor, And work deeds of might and bold I'd mount my prancing charger And go forth to fight in the fray, I'd make ev'ry opponent sorry He'd encountered me that day. But this is the twentieth century, My arms are a book and a pen, My brain is my steed to bear me Against wickedness, evil and sin. JAMES BRIGGS, '39 THE WORLD'S FAIR OF '39 It's here, it's here, and you can see The biggest thing of the century. Can't you guess? Of course you can, well fine! The great Worlds Fair of '39. In the center of the Fair Reaching high up in the air Stands the perisphere and trylon Dominating all that goes on. People here, people there, Rush to see New 'YIork's Worlds Fair. They come by auto, bus and train, And even some by airplane. Rich and poor, young and old, All creeds and wealth are now enrolled Within these walls, big and fine The Worlds Fair of '39 ANNE PAVONE, '39 BIRDS I wonder why they sing so sweet, Vv'hat makes them happy so, Their flapping wings, their beating feet, They're always on the go. I wonder how the world would be Without their cheery song, Aren't you glad we have this joy To help our lives along? IDA CHILLELI, '4 SPRING Spring came round when it was due, With buttercups and daffodils, too, And from their cold and wintry beds, The flowers popped out their little heads I saw the yellow dandelions Out on the lawn one day The scorned, little dandelions Modestly greeting May. ' JULIA GQKEEFE, '39 , L P L -1--fi if 1 K 1 A ir QM? wi' .V fvflwf w .D L,f- Jr .-:, 1 . 'h klfin f l my A k 71 A 0 ,Qi 7 5 Nm Hiiifrf FE 'f gg E s Y.. Ig 5 .J ' 5 if 1 I Q P1 soPHoMoREs mnzm+.m:mmr:.m 441,13 'fmemfmurumnsmMvwmznw.,--. M w-I--wsu. ,1,:.a r Q x..-www.,-.m..z-xue. - SOPI-'IOMOIQE CLASS The Sophomore Class PRESIDENT FRANK PARISI VICE-PRESIDENT MARY LOUISE JUDSON SECRETARY MARGARET MORAN TREASURER CHARLES TREANOR Q9 Molloz "NoI lo Advance ls Io Fall Behind." Colors' Coral Red and Navy Blue. Flower: Tea Rose. SOPHOMORES Alfer promolion from The Freshman Room, The Sophornores assumed Iheir dulies ol helping Ihe Seniors of I939 Io ered The Annuncialion Fair. We were assigned Io Ihe following Iaslcs: Frank Parisi 1 Charles Treanor I, Mary Louise Judson Margarel Moran Carol Buller, Kennelh McGuire., Leaders of Ihe boys I S , Leaders ol lhe girls , Offering a helpful hand and a lcindly word Dispensing mirlh and iovialily page thivlyfninc THE ANNUNCIATA George Hoegal ,,,.,,,,,,, , ,, ,, 4,,A,. C aring Tor The inTelligence deparTmenT Jeanne Madden ,,,,A,,,Ae, ,,,,,,.,.,,,.. L ending a serious air To The group Theresa Murray ,,,,,,w,,..... A.,,w,,......, G iving lessons on enjoying life Ma ry Bewiclc ..,...,,.. Helen Assaf ...,s,,s,ss . , JeanneTTe Cleary John ArmesTo ....ss,s, ....,,..,.u,,,Personifying neaTne-ss and applicaTion ,L ,,,,,,,, Displaying singing abiliTy . ,,,,Playing The "ivories" .......,.....,SporTing a "close shave" haircuT Wlnlfred Frawley ..,.,...,s.........,s,,,. .STrumming a mandolin Tor Melody Club WalTer BarreTT ..,.ss William Kinney ..,,s,.,s John Polcorney ,,,.,w.w. Pauline PeTers ..ss,,,,,..s William Maloney., John Barnes .,,w...... John Bogan .,,,......,s, RoberT Koller ...,.....,s, PaT Sellers .,.,s,,....r.u,s Francis Mulloy .,,Y,.... Richard Lennon Rosemary LeaviTT ,,,......,....Worrying abouT The baseball Team ,,..u....,,.,,Keeping The class amused .,..,..,a,,,,,AsTounding us wiTh his musical abiliTy ...,.W,,,..DemonsTraTing "Down on The Farm" ,,,,.......a,Spreading "laughing Tever" ,,,,.,..uProviding arTisTic murals Tor The classroom ,........,,,.vWielding a sTeadying inTluence s,,s,,,.....,,CaTching Tor ball Team in "big league fashion" ,...,.,m,A..Keeping conversaTion Trom geTTing dull .,..,,.s,....Being suave and debonair T Specializing in wiTTiness an experT on modernizaTion Donald Ford ,s,s....,s,,.,,s..s, s,,s,. . ,..r G iving Charlie McCarThy compeTiTion Roy Slaper .....,..,,.., ...s,,,.,,,,. P resenTing a walking example of silence Ralph SmiTh ........,,,.. .s,s..u..s,,s B eing The regular fellow ThaT he is Ray SCOTT ..........,,.,,, ,, ...,,,,,, Keeping The score aT aThleTic evenTs Marie Weiser ,.s,,,,,,...,,,,, .....r,..,,,,, S pecializing in original anTics MargareT Salisbury ,s,......,....,,s..s.... Exemplifying a model sTudenT Agnes Kerwinbf ,.....,..,,s,s,. ..us,,,..s,.. G iving spice To a LaTin TranslaTion Jean Henry ..........As....... .....,,....o. C reaTing an aTmosphere of digniTy Theresa Holmes ...s,s,,,...., u,,s,,,,....., M odeling The laTesT in modes ' Geraldine Warren .......,.s.............. Being consulTed on conversaTorial power MargareT Ann GonTer .,...A.,,s,.... Lending a helping voice To The choral singing Rosemary Thomasula ,,s,..,Ao,s,,,,us, Keeping The class guessing Ida Chilelli ...........,,...A..,...,...,...,,oo.,,w... CasTing a shadow of graciousness Helen GranT ...,o,,,s Mary O'Leary ...,,s,, ,, ,s,,,,s......Holding The disTincTion of being The "peTiTe" sophomore .s,,.,..w..Recording The duTies of her classmaTes We have compleTed our Tasks and now we advance To The Junior Room as a preliminary sTep Toward our own Senior Year and Fair. page forty MARY O'LEARY FRANCIS MULLOY fl WISP' Li if mga Riff K W.- I vi' -Q45 .- Q six, 2 .iii 3 ,Mx Q L , L' "ii 'kd ,qL,J5,.1 . J sc, J I 4 ,W . -- , swx -x !,' M. , .Ax X A H 8 4 w - W.. A -1. fi fag R L. if wg' ' X if Q - iq A ' PM Y 34? 3 S E if ilafff? Q .ff Q 5 A I xi 'xv aug LV,k K, if ,Q A . . X x s 5 L K -,EQ ' 1' , K, ., Y I K ,K . ggi 5 4 mg , , , A-A 1 ,ff , 1.1. I 1, . Hi 2 A - Y s if in A 'fiff f' Q' A ' : N -, an-v . . .: :., a,,, my W x, X' K if x fuwfii'-'if ' 3' V 1' i 1' 'Q-. , Wm Qlffm J-21,5 .if I --4 wi NJYW x A, 5 4 2 ?:1m, .,WgT 43" W a. f Um 5 ? ,R mp 'Sf 'K gl 5 W9 f' 4- Me I 'gg' Q ,nw-as N If giving 55 I Q 5 1 x , ,Za Q if I . 5 .7 . , . ,- f A , ,gn- if 3 0 xg, I -4. .f FRESHMEN .f .1 5, ,bv K, v' , ' QI, - his www r, :aww ,,.::M,eww.,,..' Hn f- -mum wxwwzlqwmumnu FRESHMAN CLASS The Freshman Class Members - 49 in Number PRESIDENT BRUCE SIDEBOTHAM VICE-PRESIDENT JEAN KANE SECRETARY MARION KELLY TREASURER LARRY GRIFFIS Mello: Foal Proelium, Praemium. Colors' Blue and Gold. Flower: Tea Rose. GROUND CREW NOTES PRELUDE ln Seplember lorfy-nine freshmen enlered Annuncialion High School. Bruce Sidebolham was given lhe posilion as foreman. Jean Kane was chosen assislanl lore- man and Marion Kelley was given charge ol lhe secrelarial work. Larry Grillis assumed lhe dulies of lreasurer and we were lhen ready lo begin our worlc. We laid oul rhe following roads: Spirilual Drive Direcred by Rev. Falher Logal Lalin Road Supervised by Rev. Falher Walker page qfortyffvve 'THE ANNUNCIATA English Placebo ... w... ,...,. Mapped oul' by Sisier Theophane Science Terrace ..e.w... ..e... w......www.w.w. .... ...., ................. P o l i c ed by Sisrer Veracunda Algebra Perliwey. -miles Of X-y-ZW, .. ,,,,,.....,,,, Guided by Sisier Felicify We TOOTK par+ in 'rhe following workers cooperalrive ac+ivi+ies: The Freshmen Ini+ia+ion ..,,,,... The Mission Candy Sale. ,,,,o,,o s The Kamera Klub ........... .... Sfudenl' Governmenf .i.i ,,,o...,io May Mission Assembly .,,.i,,, ..,,.,. Baseball ...... .,.,....,,,,,, ,,,,.A ,,.w,w.,, Baslceiball .,......i.,...,, Volley Ball .,,,,..A..,,,,,A,,,, ,,,,, , Our Crew Consisied of: Bruce Siclebofham , o,,o, , Paul Brady ,Y... Paul Ross ...,s,. s.,s, Paul Griflirh .. ....., ., James Morrissey ,,s, James Geary .,,,,,... Joseph BurneH Joseph Audino Larry GFITTIS ..., ......... Lawrence Paul .,,,,,,A,,,,,, Donald Wade Donald Baldwin John O'Leary ..,,,..,.,,,,,,,. Alvin McCar+hy ,,,,,,,..,,s..,, Roberf Wes'rcoH Roberi Golden Louis Koesfer .........,. Gerald De Marco ..... page fortyfsix BOYS iolce on us worfhy cause ,,,.,,.u....s..Somefhing new r proud boasl ..,i..Unique and nice s,s.L,,,,Spring delighf Through 'rhe hoops ,,,.,,,,,,,,Cheer ihe girls , , ,,s,,.. Our Beau Brummel ,.,,,,,,,,,n,,,Personalify Perseverance Punclualify ,, ,,,,,, ,s,, , The long and .....,......The shor+ of if The A and B in Algebra Silence is Golden." Speech is a GiH" Sense 6 Hd FIOFISGFISG Edgar Bergen Charlie McCar+hy Youih personified Trusrworfhy-sincere Good Things come in small packages." THE ANNUNCIATA Doroihy l.e Cour Gloria Vallee Maurine Sheehan Norma Kogler Jean Spencer Charlofre Chesbro Mary Sfenabaugh Allean McDermo++ Pairicia Smifh I Jean Kane S "" Carherine .Hendricks Berry Morrissey ..,,,,,a Mary Luraschi Anfoineife Lu raschi Veronica Ross Loraine Sally A' Marion Kelly Doroihy Edick Mariha Weiser .....,.,,, Riia Travers ............. Eileen Naber eAeee.............wY, Margaref McNul+y ....A,.,r,r Anne Doheriy Mary Ann Coleman Cafhleen Gonier Doris Jordon Marie Briggs Helen Kennedy GIRLS I r.aa S A melodious due+ Four dancing fee+ Tweniy rhyihmic fingers Two good friends Volley ball capiains One for boih, and boih For law and order Sisierly love Kindness pays big dividends Li++le and likeable Fasi and Slow An open book and A deep dark mysiery Jusl' freshmen A 'ralkarive pair Serious and siudious JEAN KANE BRUCE SIDEBOTHAM page fortyfseven A group of Japanese dancers. Freshman girls Taranfela. Tambourine Dance. American fap dance. Seniors' cake sale. Afier a days sfudy. THE VARSITY TEAM STANDING: E. McManus, E. Ryan, P. Brady, Ed. Flynn, J. Polcorney, J. Bogen, R. Koller KNEELING: J. Lennon, J. Doyle, W, Dill, W. Barref. M. McDonnell, F. Mulloy. From the Pens THE SEA The tumble and grumble of the sea Make these lines of poetry Dancing and crashing against the rock NVith the slow precision of a clock. On a warm day the sea is calm, 'You'd wonder how it could hold any harm, The fishes slide along so slow, We see them as we softly row. Now it is dark We'll have to turn home, So this is the end Of my little poem. PAUL Ross, '42 THE SKY The sky is like a graceful lady Who tries to please each lad and lassie, Wearing robes of blue and white And a black one every night. Her amber gown is dotted with stars ' Which can be seen from near and far, The moon also has its share Like a diamond in her hair. When she dons her robe of gray Dull, we know, will be that day, But when she wears the sun's bright rays, All artists are powerless in their praise. HELEN ASSAF, '41 TRAVEL I've always wanted to travel All over the United States, Before I started my journey To the beautiful pearly gates. I'd like to go to California, To Florida and Arkansaw, I'd like to go to Pennsylvania And also stop at Omaha. My Grandmother lives in jersey And I'm her favorite Grandson, But still I want to see the West As far as Oregon. ROBERT WESTCOTT, '42 THE WORTH OF IT ALL Did you ever think as you strive for gold That a dead mans hand, a dollar cannot hold? 'You may scrimp and strive, 'You may scrape and save, But you lose it all when you reach the grave. RosE MARY LEAVITT, '41 of Our Poets OUR LATIN TEACHER He is a marvelous talker This Reverend Edward f. Walker He teaches Latin every day This helps to drive his friends away. He starts the day with a crowd of Sophs Who greet Caesar with nothing but scoffs The Freshmen are quite a problem, I'd say And the juniors and Seniors add to the fray. He tries to teach us idioms and clauses, And now and then he stops-he pauses, Wondering with a little mirth just how much all this is worth. MARY O'LEARY, '41 GIFTS Birthdays and Christmases and other days, too just to go out shopping to buy something new! Will it be red, or green or orange or blue? Will it be hankies, or ties, a pair of socks or two? He has too many hankies and too many socks. He likes to choose his own ties He doesn't care for gifts in the box. What a particular fellow- this dad of mine! And now, will you tell me how to end my rhyme? ALICE GUNNING, '40 MY GROWING TREASURE I have many pretty flowers That grow by leaps and bounds, Helped along by showers And the richness of the ground. Little flowers, great big flowers, Beautiful to me, Forming dainty bowers Coming o'er the lea. There are daffodils and roses, Sweet peas and marigolds Arranged in different poses Varied hues and rows. When you step into my garden And scent the balmy, fragrant air, When you see my growing treasure, 'You'll attend a NATURE FAIR. NORAH HALL, '40 Our Patrons The members of The Sfalili and The Seniors of Class '39, wish ro express Their sincere Thanks To Their Pafrons and Adverfisers whose financial assisfance and encouragemenf have made if possible for Them 'lo publish This eighlh issue of The Annunciafa. Mosf Reverend John A. Duffy. D.D. Righl Reverend Monsignor Richard O'Brien Very Very Very Very Reverend Reverend Reverend L. J. Bondy. C.S.B. Reverend John H. Carey Thomas Plassman. O.F.M. E. J. McCorkell. C.S.B. Very Reverend A. Hoffmeyer Very Reverend James B. Howley Very Reverend John J. Keane Very Reverend Edward LePrell Very Reverend Nelson W. Logal Very Reverend Charles Maxwell, D.D. Very Reverend John J. McCar'rhy Very Reverend Edward J. Walker Dr. R. R. Meyers Miss Louise Monro Mr. and Mrs. C. Mulloy Mr. and Mrs. Morlimer Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Arlhur W. Murray Miss Madeline Murray Capl. and Mrs. Timofhy F. Murray Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Quinn Mr. Mr. Felix L. Ranallo Fred Reckfenwald Misses Lore++a and Lillian Rich Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sander Mrs. Francis J. Smifh Mr. and Mrs. Louis Speck Mr. Sfephen Sfall Mr. Daniel Sfenabaugh Mr. and Mrs. J. .Slreng Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sullivan Miss Rulh Sullivan Very Reverend R'ober+ Galbraifh Very Reverend Waller Gonler Mr. and Mrs. J. Askey Mr. and Mrs. John Blafner Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Callahan Mr. and Mrs Charles M. Callahan Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cleary Miss Margarel Considine Mr. John Cronin Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs George D'Anna Mr. and Mrs. William Dobbins Mr. and Mrs Thomas Donahue Mr. and Mrs Frank A. Doyle Mr. and Mrs Frank W. Eleey Dr. William Eslry Mr. and Mrs A. J. Falk Mr. and Mrs Mafhew H. Gonler Dr. and Mrs. F. Vincenl Harrinqhon Ml. and Mrs Oliver F. LaReau Mr. and Mrs Thomas Laughlin Mr. James J Lennon Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Maischoss Miss Ann M. McCann, Albany, New York Mr. and Mrs. Francis McDermoH Mr. and Mrs Miles McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. John F. McManus Mrs. M. Tuyn Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Walsh. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Walsh Mrs. F. A. Weppner Dr. and Mrs. While Mr. and Mrs. James A. Whi+ley -.-.-.-.-.-.-v-v-v-v-v-v-v-v-.-v-v-v-.A.-.A.-v-.-.-.-v-.-v-v-.-.-.-.-v-:.-.-.A.-v-v--A--v-v-v-v-v-v'v'v-A--'v'-A-'v'v'v'v'vA Van Raalte gfouai -'- oaiaz fLLl2C!S'ZlAJ'EC1.'Z 6 Robert E. Hennessy una 'mf Eizadfoz 0 Gangnagel Flower Shop gfowaza fam Lgcaaiioni 26I2 BAILEY AVENUE HUmbolde Luau: O 's . ,A """""""""""""'"""""AA"-""""''ff''v'"-'-'-'-'-'-'-'v'-'ve Q 1 3 3 3 'i 1. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 r 'r 1 P 3 'r 1 Q, P D D P P D John I. Ray Sz Son gunazaf bizscfou Q 6I5 ELMWOOD AVE. Ll. 4800 ALKALIZE VITAMINTZE 220 PARKDALE wifli Co1ey's Milk LI. IO7l LI. 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VEGETABLES 9 Phone, Ll. 2887 Cornplimenfs of MARSHLOW WHOLESALE GROCERIES 6 If IFS a Prescripfion Take If To -COGAN'S- 0 234 GRANT ST. COR. LAFAYETTE The BUTLER'S Co. COFFEE TEA 138 GRANT STREET 0 compnmenfs of JONES DRUG STORE FREE PROMPT DELIVERY o CORNER HOYT AND POTOMAC LI. 9860 LI. 2545 GRAN-DEL PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION OHEMISTS Q Open Till Affer Midniqhi 320 GRANT STREET Ll. 9808 Corner Delavan Complimenfs of JOSEPH STEGER AND GEORGE SIMON O GROCERIES COLD CUTS OTTO ELSAESSER FOOD SHOPPE ICE CREAM CIGARS O 348 W. DELAVAN GR. 97I7 MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRK TEXACO PRODUCTS CONFECTIONERY TOBACCO GROCERIES O 3I6 W. DELAVAN AVE. GR. 9525 Complimenfs of E. C. BRENNAN MENS AND BOYS' WEAR Q 2079 NIAGARA sr. DE. 9702 Complimenfs of THE RUDOLPH WURLITZER COMPANY 0 Complimenfs of DR. CHARLES J. BARONE DENTIST 0 234 POTOMAC AVENUE DOWD'S PHARMACY B. J. Dowd, Phafmacasf PRESCRIPTION ,SPECIALIST 0 244 DEWITT BUFFALO, N. Y. GR. 9784 KITSON'S MEATS HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE P. A. REITER MERCHANT TAILOR Q 2IO0 NIAGARA ST. RI. 5450 COnqrafuIafiOns To The Graduafinq Class 'P 'P 'P P P P 'P P P P P P P P 1 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P I 'P 1 P P P P P P P P 'I 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 1 'P P 'P 'P 'P 'P P P P P P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 1 'I 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 1 'P P 'P 'P P 1 1 II 1 'P 'P 'P 'P P P 1 1 'I 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P P P 'P 'P 'P 'P 'P I 'P 'P PHILIP 81 SON "ThaI's DiFferenI" Wes? SicIe's Leading Sfore for ' MENS AND BOYS' SHOES O . LI. 0907 'I3 GRANT ST OPEN .EVENINOS II6 GRANT ST. MACK DAVIS OROCERIES DIEBOLD HARDWARE COLD CUTS TOBACCO SCHOOL SUPPLIES 352 GRANT ST' O Phone LI. 2370 O GR. 4865 348 PARKDALE Your Neighborhood EIecTriCaI Appliance Sfore COAL COKE MAYO REFRIGERATION COMPANY GEO. J. COOK 2I6 GRANT O O FULL LINE OF SMALL APPLIANCES ' 343 PARKDALE LI. 6660 Open Every Evenmg lv-'-1 '-"'-"'- -" ""-'- 'Y' --'-'-T-' A----I -v-v-.-v-v--v-----eq Complimenfs of MELODY CLUB O DOHN, FISCHER 8: CO.. Inc. LUMBER, MILLWORK and BUILDING SPECIALTIES O I340 NIAGARA STREET THOS. P. SECORD GROCERIES -- FRUITS -- VEGETABLES Free PROMPT Delivery 9 1. 3 3 4' W OS O G7 Z :I Z -I Q 2 -I 5,13 -45' Q o,,,, 3 ji!! O -+1 C U7 U1 -P GJ P I 1. D I A 9 O 'I' Q ow H41 E5 Tr 0 252 '2- o Or- 'ii mm 70 m 'U E I'I'I -I m I' I- I P C0mpIImenIs of BLUE BANNER -6 ED. FRANK'S MARKET CHOICE MEATS PRICES RIGHT O 426 GRANT ST. LI. 4963 Complimenfs of DR. J. NELSON HEALY 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 'I 4 4 4 :I 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 'I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I v ----O 4 'I I Compliments of the Holy Name Society ANNUNCIATION PARISH BRANCH 9 Gcngfzafufafiana, Gian of '39 9 May every effort in your chosen careers be justly rewarded with complete success. 0 Rapid bffelw-ice Engaauinq Ga., inc. 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