Annunciation High School - Annunciator Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1938
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Published by the Students of
ANNUNCIATION HIGH SCHOUL
Pittsburgh, Pa. '
Copyright J. F. L., S. A. G.
Setting out on 1ife's voyage, we lovingly
DEDICATE THIS VOLUME
to our Dear Ones
Mary, Star of the Sea and Lady of Vocations
THE LORD CALLETH THEE
Oh listen, gentle maiden,
Hear you not your Master's voice?
He is Whispering from the stillness
Making known to you His choice.
Pray tell me, dearest Mother,
Reveal to me His plan.
Whate'er He may suggest for me,
I'11 follow if I can.
The Lord hath chosen thee to be
His own most cherished bride.
Come, child, and all thy dear ones to
His love and care confide.
Christ's lowly spouse, I'll gladly beg
His grace I'll strive to earn.
Dear Mother, bear my answer back
"It is for Him, I yearn?
An attempt has been made in this volume of the
ANNUNCIATOR to relate in terms of a voyage the events of the
school year and those who participated. Although in following
us, a stretch of the imagination will often be necessary, we in-
vite the reader to join the cruiseg and We trust that he will enjoy
the trip as much as We have.
S. S. ANNUNCIATOR .....,... ......... OUR HIGH SCHOOL
Captain and Oflicers ......... .......... - - ............. THE FACULTY
Passenger List .,.............., - ....,.. -- ...,....... THE SENIORS
Engineering Crew ................. .............. T HE JUNIORS
Shipmates and Stewards .......... ....,... T HE SOPHOMORES
Cabin Girls and Deck Hands ..... .......... T HE FRESHMEN
Past Bookings .r............... - .......... ........... O UR ALUMNAE
Life Guards .....,... M ..,.,.r,r OUR PATRONS
Life Boats .,....... ....... O UR ADVERTISERS
ANNUNCIATION HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, N. S., PITTSBURGH, PA.
The Very Rev. John J. Greaney, S.T.L. .........,...... ,Pastor and General Director
The Rev. Charles J. Deasy, B.A., .,..................,....O...,.................. .Spiritual Advisor
The Rev. Lawrence O'Connell, B.A.. ........T... .Director of Religion and Dramatics
Sister Florence ......,..... , .,..........,. - ........ ......,...,..I....... - ...............,....... P rincipal
Sister Mary Paul. ,..... .......,e..,.... . . ........ Frencb and Algebra
Sister Geraldine ..,.r,... W-- ........... Commercial Subjects
Sister Vincent Mary ......, .....,,... ,...........,, ..,,... E 11 g lish and Science
Sister Lucille M- .---....,.. - .,..,... - ......... ........ L atin and History
Miss Helen Meledin, ....... ...... . Physical Culfure'
Class of '3 8:
"We have not wings, We cannot
But we have feet to scale and
By slow degrees, by more and
The cloudy summits of our time."
Your forefathers from
far off Europe "went down
to the sea in ships," looked
over a pathless ocean waste,
and visioned future success
under distant western skies.
They feared not veering
from their course in that
seemingly endless, pachless
void because they had sub-
lime confidence in the un-
erring needle of the compass.
Today you drift into a
new sea in ships, individual
ships that will carry you
over the sea of life. The
vista ahead may seem path-
less and hazy, the goal of
your ambition a long way off, but your training at Annunciation High School
under the patronage of Mary, so often called the Star of the Sea, will be an un-
erring compass in guiding your course to the shore of success.
THE VERY REV. JOHN J. GREANEY, S.T.L.
To return to the thought of Longfellow-remember there is no royal road
to that shore. Only hard, earnest Work ensures victory. Some natural talent,
some happy opportunity may form the sides of the ladder on which you climb
towards successg but the rounds must stand the wear and tear of your climbing.
For the wood of those rounds there is no substitute, it must be that which
is sawed from the trees of Hard Work, Ernestness, Perseverance, Caution, Faith,
Hope, and Love.
God has given us all the ability to be moderately successful here and glori-
ously so in the hereafter.
May He bless you and assist you on the Way.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
JOHN J. GREANEY
My dear Graduates: i
On this, the occasion of your
graduation from high school, I am i 1
happy to extend to you my sincere l
congratulations and good wishes.
I commend you for the devotion
you have accorded your four years'
task and for the perseverance that
characterized your eifort.
To have so sacrificed yourselves i
is a source of lasting satisfac-
tion, as well as a tribute to your '
sense of values. The advantages
you have derived from the educa-
tion it has been your good fortune '
to receive at the Annunciation
cannot but be calculated to pre- l
pare and fit you for all that is best
in life. we
As you leave the hallowed halls, THE REV' CHARLES J' I?EASY' AB'
of your Alma Mater, either to con-
tinue the pursuit of scholastic work
or to enter upon the vocations and avocations of life, may I express the ardent
hope that you will always cherish the high ideals of Catholic womanhoodg and
that you will make your Holy Faith the constant guiding principle of your life's
May God enlighten your minds, direct your ways, and bless you abundantly
now and always.
Sincerely yours in the Blessed Virgin Mary, our lovely Patroness,
2603 Norwood Avenue
North Side, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Dear Sailors of '38,
You are embarking on a
great adventure. For the
past four years you have
looked forward to the day
on which you would be
given complete command of
your ship. Others have
looked forward with you,
others who have loved you
and who know by experi-
ence, at least a little, what
you will encounter on the
sea of life.
As you prepare to follow
the course charted for you
by your faithful and be-
loved teachers, we who love
you can do little except to
look on, some of us to smile,
some of us to fear, some to
weep, but all to hope. To
smile, because We admire the
courage with which you
THE REV. LAWRENCE'A. OCONNELL, A.B. face life's voyageg to fear,
because we realize the fury
of the waves and billows that will challenge your very Faithg to weep, because
the memory of many horrible shipwrecks is before usg to hope, because we know
that while you go out upon perilous seas, you can never entirely go out from
under the steadfast stars we have so long watched together in the sky. To hope,
because we know that while you must journey over oceans in which, indeed, the
starlight might fade, we know that if you will but remember us and your days
at Annunciation, you will remember to look up. Look up--for there is high
up beyond the reaches of the stars another WATCHER, who sees all ships go
out and all lives begin. He too has been waiting for this day. He is the ONE
who is gazing most intently on your faces as you quit forever the well known
and well beloved shores of your childhood.
The Infinite and All Holy God, who has been the helpless and sorrowing
witness of many shipwrecked lives, because they failed to look up to Him, is
looking upon you with expectation. He who commanded the winds and the
sea will bring calm and peace to you as long as you have the courage to look up
and call to Him "Lord, save us, we perish."
' There is ONE who will teach you the way--our Lady, the Star of the Sea.
May she ever guard and guide you on your course until you are safely anchored
within the harbor of Eternal Love. Bon voyage with Jesus and Mary.
L. A. O'CoNNELL.
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CLASS MOTTO-SlIZ00fb Seas Make Poor Sailors
Class Colors-Gold and Blue Class Flower--The Rose
President--Rosemary Lang Secretary-Ruth Crehan
Vice President-Anna Mae Glitsch Treasurer-Audrey Edleman
Mary Louise Dany
Mary Jane Taylor
Anna Mae Glitsch
To our faithful and zealous Priests,
to our edifying and devoted Sisters,
PPRECIATION to our sacriiicing and beloved Parents
we wish to express deep gratitude and sincere
appreciation for all they have so kindly done
for our Welfare and happiness.
MARY HERGENROEDER H erleie
"Sweet" is the word for our Mary.
Her pleasing disposition is an asset
to any class. Although tennis is her
favorite sport, she enjoys all outdoor
activities. She is our Editor-in-
Chief. Mary has paved her way
through her High School career
by winning the high esteem of her
teachers and classmates. A helping
hand is extended by her to those
who are in need and for whom she
l always has a smile.
MARY LOUISE DANY Mary Lou
"She's tall, she's tan, she's terrific." A sports-
woman in the true sense of the word, bubbling
over with pep, vim, and character, she's one
of the best guards on our Varsity teamg and an
enthusiastic participant in tennis. Her motto,
in sports as Well as in life is, "Play fair and
square." When one is in need, Mary Lou is
a friend indeed. We wish het smooth sailing
on the sea of life.
VIRGINIA MCCARTHY Virg
Virginia is one of our most popular girls.
just ask her chums about her and they will tell
you she is the truest pal a girl ever had. "Virg"
is an athletic girl who derives a keen pleasure
from all sports. Virginia's scholastic report
also ranks high. Because of her determina-
tion to push forward, we are sure that she will
attain her life's goal.
PEGGY MALONE Peggy
Peggy Malone is a walking example of why
Annunciation is grateful to Assumption. She
possesses all the lovely qualities that we find in
a true friend. "A friend in need is a friend
indeed" is Peggy's motto. Her perpetual smile
has become such a fixture in the Senior Room
that the class would be stranded without her.
Her ambition is to become a French teacher.
We know that life's ladder will not be too
steep for her to climb and her faith and loyalty
will bring her success in any path she chooses.
ROSEMARY LANG Roe
Courteous to all, Rosemary has won a host
of friends at Annunciation High School. She
is cheerful and good natured, always looking
on the bright side of things. Although she
has attained high standing, she devotes many
hours to school activities. She is an outstand-
ing participant in tennis and basketball. Un-
fortunately Annunciation High School has to
say, "Good-bye" to her.
ANNA MAE GLITSCH Glicky
"Jolly Anna Mae" may this lass truly be
called. Liked by all she is constantly sought
for the good humor that she sheds. As captain
of our basketball team she has helped us dur-
ing our Senior year to win many victories.
Interesting amusements and parties were plan-
ned by "Glick" while at Annunciation. Some
of the poems which appeared in our school
papers were written by this fun loving miss.
RUTH CREHAN Judy
Meet our Ruth, a charming and energetic
girl who has always lived up to the title of
"Dignif1ed Senior." She is always right on
hand to help out Wherever she can. Her con-
genial manner is known by all her classmates.
Ruth's shorthand marks would make any stu-
dent proud of them. Ready, willing, and
capable are three adjectives which apply to
Ruth. Dancing and playing basketball are her
peak of success
Personality charm and clever
ness these are just some of the ad
jectives used to describe our Auds
Her winning abilities have won her
a place in athletics as well as in the
scholastic field. To a forward in
basketball, Audrey was an impreg-
nable wall. She enjoys tennis, swim-
ming, and skating which proves her
hobbies. We hope she will attain the highest
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to be a true sportswoman. Audrey
aspires to be a journalist.
221 Seabright Street
This one's literary bend
Has served our Year Book well, J
And she can also in a game
Of basketball excel,
MARY LOUISE DANY
Associate Editor X C
262 Kennedy Avenue ,f
Mary Lou we surely know
When in need to her we go,-
First in class, first in sports,
First in giving her support.
1627 Antrim Street
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
"Virg" is jolly, she is wise
Witty, peppy bound to rise.
You'll be lucky if you meet
This lass so very dear and sweet.
PEGGY MALON E
125 Beaver Street
A small girl with a kind heart
Always ready to do her part.
Peggy's carefree as can be,
One whom we are glad to see.
ROSEMARY LANG .- y
President f M X
5019 Viola Street f
This one sings a merry song
And strums away your bluesg F
She's on a diet, but not for long, 1
And knows all High School N
ANNA MAE GLITSCH fd, 1
1250 Dickson Str ew
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Anna Mae is always ha ,
Likes work as well un,' '
She's friendly and dependable
And kind to every one.
RUTH CREHAN 1
1027 Woods Run Avenue Q
Ruth is pretty, small and fair
She dispels every care
We like her and you would too
For she'd ne'er let you get blue.
AUDREY EDLEMAN 55 s
126 Kennedy Avenue . 1
ANNUNCIATION ' l
In her lovely big brown eyes, 9 3
Beams cleverness, for she is wise, 1
And joy and pleasure she bestows, 1
That makes her loved where'er N
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MARGARET MCGINLEY Margie
Lovely to look at, delight-
-. ful to see-that's Margaret.
I5 She is one of the liveliest
' I and most cheerful girls of
our class. She has golden
l FED: hair, blue eyes, and a win-
: ning personality. Margie
enjoys sports and takes part
in all activities. Her ambi-
tion is to become a fashion-
able dress designer. Success will be hers be-
cause she is ready, willing, and capable.
KATHLEEN CLEARY Tinkle
Our class would not be complete without a
character like "Tinkle.', Whatever she does she
puts her heart and soul into it. When she
tries she can give some first class poetry. Tin-
kle is the diminutive guard on the varsity
team. Her ambition is to be a telephone op-
erator. Just give her your number and she'll
DOLORES FALLON Dolly
Although Dolores was late in joining us at
Annunciation, she lost no time in making
friends--and keeping them. Langley's loss is
Annunciatiorfs gain. Pep! Personality! Need
you ask is she a favorite? Her dependability
is recognized by the faculty as well as the stu-
dents for she is sure to manage well every task
entrusted to her. We were delighted, Dolores,
to welcome youg and although your school days
are almost over, we shall always cherish the
memory of a lovely girl.
GRACE MCCORMICK Gracie
Grace McCormick, the baby of the class, is
an expert bookkeeper and ditto machine oper-
ator. She is invariably one of the first to com-
plete her bookkeeping exercises. During
study period or lunch hour, Gracie finds time
to run off copies on the ditto machine. We
hope her ambition to become a certified public
accountant will be realized. -
JANE MARTIN .lane
Words fail us in trying to list Jane's at-
tainments, for she is our musician, athlete,
and scholar. Every noon hour she furnished
our music for dancing. In conversation Jane
is an authority on golf, and how to appreciate
the game. She has won, for the past three
years, the woman's golf championship of the
Shannopin Country Club. However, she did
not permit these hobbies to interfere with her
MARY JANE TAYLOR Mary fame
Mary Jane, a tiny lass with curly hair, is
one of the most popular students at Annun-
ciation. If you have been introduced to her
as "Anne of Green Gables" or "Joanna" in the
Christmas play, you could not help loving
Mary jane. Her talent is not limited to dra-
matics, but shines forth also in our French
Club of which she is secretary. Combined
with her other qualities is a bit of wit plus a
pleasant smile. We hope Mary Jane will find
as much pleasure in the secretarial field, as
she shared at Annunciation.
CATHERINE SMITH Goog
Ready, willing, and able-this brieHy de-
scribes Catherine. "Goog," with her air of
simplicity and naturalness, has won for herself
a host of friends. "Never too busy to be
friendly," seems to be her life motto. Wher-
ever there is fun, you will find Catherine in-
cluded in the goings-on. In bidding "Goog"
farewell, we offer this bit of advice: "Don't
THECLA SABAS Tebh
"Tech," the only twin in her Y
class, is an industrious student. As i
freshmen we thought her shy, but
now we know she is really a bright, XA
friendly, and vivacious girl. We all D
wish her success in her ambition to ..:S
be a hotel manager. -i
2634 Charles Street N5
ANNUNCIATION ' '
There -was once a little girl,
Who'd always laugh and gr-in,'
And everyone -with whom she inet,
Their friendship dia' she win.
2542 Charles Street
Full of fun and mischief too,
Doing things she should not do,
As a guard she can win fame
On her we all have a claim.
2951 Glen Mawr Ave., Sheridan
HOLY INNOCENTS 5
Never a worry: never a carey
Happy "Dolly" -walks on air,'
Never a grurnhlef never a sighy
That is why she rates so high.
1013 Lamont Street
Gracie is a winsome lass
Dainty, kind and sweet:
To have her as your comrade
Would he a life long treat.
JANE MA TIN
9 Oxford Roacl, Ben Avon Heights
"A girl that's rather quiet
She is diferent from the rest,'
Jane a'oesn't publish all she knows
Which shows that she knows
MARY JAN E TAYLOR
5409 Delaware Avenue
Mary Iane's quite a student,
At least we've always heardf
But when it comes to acting, '
She surely is superb. U
CATHERINE SMITH' lj lj
2619 Leland Avenue 0, ,
Modest, polite, and very t,
A friend to all and very sweet.
Loyal of heart, alert of mind,
A finer girl, you'll never jind.
1913 Charles Street
"Tillie's" like the wind that stirs
The cool grass hy the sea,'
The gentleness of night is hers
When waves ran fresh and free.
V Personality Sketches
FLORENCE MANG Flo
"Flo" came to us from St.
fl, 'l Francis Xavier's. She is an at-
tentive listener to all our tales of
QA K woe. If you like some one who
3 A is always ready and willing to
give you a helping hand, you
V' I-' will like "Flo." She uses all her
spare moments either studying
or reading. She also is one of
L the star guards on our basketball
team. We, the Class of '38, wish "Flo" all the
success and luck in the World.
BETTY VOLTZ Betty
A carefree, happy girl is our Betty. i Always
cheerful and ever ready to lend a helping hand
to those in need. She has a good sense of
humor and a pleasing smile. Elizabeth is a
leader in all the activities of the school. Her
secret passions are dancing and skating. Betty's
greatest ambition is to become a famous Beau-
tician. May luck be with her in all her un-
MARIE BROSNAN Bella
Marie, possessing all the qualities of a quiet
and dignified young lady, is known to all her
friends as "Bell" Marie loves to sing, and
dance, but her favorite outdoor sport is tennis.
This quiet lass will always be remembered for
her pleasing disposition and willingness to
MARYDEE SCHLANGER Marydee
Marydee's cheerful smile and happy-go-
lucky nature are very good excuses for her be-
ing called "Marydee." Many of her classmates
would be proud to possess sparkling blue eyes
and fair curly hair like "Dede,s." She excels
in French, her favorite subject, but she has
learned that a head of curls does not help her
much in solving Geometry problems. -
MILDRED BALKER Mil
"Still water runs deep." With this proverb,
We present to you Mildred Balker. Although
you must see her to know she is around, she is
far from being quiet at our local skating rink.
"Mil" loves to skate, dance, play tennis, and to
attend the latest movie. Mildred is also a stu-
dent and does not allow her love for social ac-
tivities to interfere with her class work. Her
brown laughing eyes show by a genuine twin-
kle that she is a faithful and dependable
CATHERINE BROSNAN Kitty
Beauty, personality, good-humor, and will-
ingness are Kitty's most valuable assets. She
is fair and square in every game. Her favor-
ite sports ate basketball, swimming, roller-
skating, and bowling, but she is also a lover of
books. Her pleasant disposition and sunny
smile have won her many loyal friends during
her four years at Annunciation High School.
We wish you happiness and success, Kitty, in
anything you undertake.
GERALDINE SLATT Jerry
Our star varsity forward, the despair of rival
teams, Geraldine has poise, athletic ability,
personality, and heaps of admirers. She is a
persistent lass, always willing to argue a ques-
tion until she has won her point. Although
she is talented in art and poetry, she aspires to
a different field. Her ambition is high. It
is in the sky-she wants to be an air hostess.
With Jerry's determination and ability to win
friends, we know she will succeed in anything
A lovely girl with a sweet smile,
sunny disposition, good humor, and
charming personality is our Doro-
thy Curley. She is studious, but ls-
can manage to forget her lessons
long enough to enjoy dancing. Her W
aim is to be an interior decorator.
Judging from Dot's good taste, her
fellow students feel sure she will
succeed in this ambition as she has
in everything that she ever at- I
3142 Brighton Road
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
A very zlonzextic permrl,
A quiet. comer-zfatizfe ming
In the home u-'here Florence liver ,
There Jurely mint be blixx.
412 Bark Street
Our Betty never wean' a frown
For .the ix never blue,
A treamre great in her 'zue'11e found
Became .the ix Jo true.
2638 Shadeland Ave
ST ANDREW WWW!
Heartx are filed with lfrnay
When our Bell .rtridet awa
For her one'J love never wa-net
Many palr her kirzdrzefx gains.
2723 Perrysville Avenue
Dream on, Maryrlee, dorft cry
You'll grow up bye and bye.
We'll mix: your noixe and fun
And your ready little pun.
3504 McClure Avenue
Mildred ix a xplendid friend,
Sincere and jnxt and true,
N partial in her judgments
ut square through and through
2638 Shadeland Avenue
Kitty ix a pretty girl
She'x alwayx sweet and true,
She is a very precioru pearl
Yon'll never fi-nd her blue.
102 East Kennedy Avenue
Fine foot two, and eye.r of blue
Patient, Jweet, and clever, too.
In truth .the if a wiruome lan,
Much adored by all her class.
3518 Brighton Road
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
Sincere, and .fweet and true
So happyg far from blue
Her .tmile like .mmhine darts
Deep within our hearts.
S. S. "ANNUNCIATOR" WORLD CRUISE
From PORT JUNIOR to MONTGOMERY PIER
Ample time is provided for visiting all the worthwhile points of interest
DETAILS OF CRUISE-INCLUDING SHORE EXCURSIONS
Leave Port Junior
Closing Exercises-Served Banquet to the Sailors of '37.
June 15, 1937
Cruising at Sea
Smooth sailing ahead for Port Senior.
Calls at all high spots in the Field of Education. The Captain
orders Chemistry. as a tonicg Geometry as a preventive of Sea-
sickness. Tempting meals served in the SCHAD DINING ROOM.
Election of Officers-Dedication of Shrine. Consecration of all
on board to Our Lady of Perpetual Help.
july and August
Sept. 1, 1937
Sept. 8, 1957
Retrar Master, Father Delaney, of happy and holy memory,
Sept. 21-22, 23,
instilled a love of solitude and recollection. 1937
Riverview Pief fl'f?.2iiilGifif'LJif.lZ'5gi'ugfiliwiilfiiliiHifffiiefyafi11222 OH- 15, 1937
Cfuising 1?S5'iii'5,.l'f' 1iisaiiidiioiiviiagioffioliaifowiil' 15129.-ii4l3iyi?' Daily
At Sea Hallowe'en Party--Initiation of deck-hands-Kiddie Party. Oct. 31, 1937
isiss..3552fs..z2zi2Ws..z2.::r.J?m' Medi Nov- 1 we
A jaunt across Linwood Deck to enjoy basket-ball in gymg or a
bracing plunge in Pool McNaughter. Never a dull moment!
After a delightful trip with calls at Algebra, Latin, History, and
English the ship ties up in Port French. The French passengers
entertained with two one-act plays.
Before the liner's ten days' stopover at the happy land of the
Nativity a variety of Christmas Dramas was enjoyed by all on
board. The ship's Chaplain, Rev. L. A. O'Connell, directed "The
Empty Room," the leading feature of the program.
out the cruise
Dec. 21, 1937
Once more we climbed the gangplank to the S. S. "Annunciator,"
whose delightful interior breathed an air of hospitality. Every-
' ' where bo rd hip hovered the alert and courteous cabin-girls and . 1 38
New Yeats Piet deck-hind: Ciireshmenlg the stewards and ship-mates CSopho- Jan 9
moreslg and the remaining crew Uuniorsj ready to anticipate
our slightest signal. Regular schedule continued.
S. O. S. Senior Pier proved weakg Junior Shorthand Props proved helpful. J 1938
Charles St. Dock Dangerous shoals ahead. CMid-Year Examsl. an'
Naval Battle-S. S. "Ambridge" defeated by S. S. "Annunciaror."
Port McNau5he' Both ships in bad shape. CScore 8-95. Jan' 1938
Miuvale Pier Sb-S50l'Annunciator" salutes S. S. "Millvale." CDisrnal Defeatl Jan. 1938
Music Shop We danced with gay companions to the spirited "swing" of Jan 1958
Pier Buddy Arson's orchestra. ' '
The victorious S. S. "Annunciator" saluted by the S. S. "Sharps- :
Port Shafpsbufg burg." iScore 16-83. Rb' 1938
East St. Wharf All photographed for renewal of Passports. Feb. 1938
Our party was escorted by experienced guides through the Bell
S. S. "ANNUNCIATOR" WORLD CRUISE
From NORWOOD PORT to PORT COMMENCEMENT
Ample time is provided for visiting all the worthwhile points of interest
Norwood Port Voyagers receive Valentines at Deck Patty. Feb. 14, 1958
- Basketball Tournament in the "Norwood Gym," supervised by
Linwood Wharf Chaplain, pro-tem, Rev. P. Cullen. His specialized knowledge Feb. 17, 1938
Spring Garden S. S. "Annunciator's" personnel was completed when Miss Helen
Pier Meledin, Social Directress, embarked. Feb- 18, 1958
Through coral channels and rough seas we turned to our able r Th h
Cruising Captain and Officers. Cautiously they steered our boat into safe mug
harbsrs. 180 days
Coming into the Lenten Bay we anchor, and for gayety and so-
Pon Lent cial brilliance await Easter. March 2' 1938
M N h Another naval victory for S. S. "Annunciator" against S. S. "St,
E1-lsssgler John." 14-8. Wounded cared for in St. Vincent Mary's Hospital. March 4' 1958
Pier McNaughgf Fashion Parade on Deck-Cheers for the Blue Satin. March 4, 1958
Coach Meledin with her SOPH STARS visit the photographer.
March 8, 1958
S. S. "Annunciator" badly damaged in a collision with S. S.
"Ambridge." CScore 2-18D.
Mt. Gallitzin Pier
Recent damages suffered by S. S. "Annunciator" repaired at
March 11, 1938
Stop-over ar Port Easter. We are not concerned with the prob-
lem of clothes, for nothing unusual is required or permitted on
this educational cruise. Uniforms are in vogue.
April 8, 1958
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Commlggemem Gradution-Day of Recollection-Farewell Banquet. June ?631g' 12'
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Well do our readers know that the ocean is strewn with riches. From Father Neptune's
sea-bed treasury this chest has been salvaged by deep sea divers who groped and found a
trunk, the oaken sides of which were crumbling away. To raise such an elusive treasure
chest required undaunted salvors, who by the aid of pumps penetrated the belt of shifting
sand. The salvage chief with his divers tackled the wreck and recovered these long hidden
treasures, which we Seniors, as a mark of affection, distribute to the Juniors as follows:
Rosemary Lang to joan Wurdack, a tarnished mug filled and bubbling over with happiness.
Virginia McCarthy to Ida Coennan a long buried sapphire ring.
Kathleen Cleary to Helen Gruber, diamond studded ear-rings.
Betty Voltz to Eileen Flynn, a cameo ring.
Mildred Balker to Betty Sherlock, an ivory bracelet.
Florence Mang to Eulalia Phelan, an emerald necklace-a precious souvenir.
Catherine Brosnan to Betty McCormick, a gold chain.
Margaret McGinley to Margaret Gillespie, a gold bracelet-a very old heirloom.
Ruth Crehan to Rose Thoma, a tiny gold cross and chain.
Thecla Sabas to Grace Michaely, a silver sugar-bowl. Our Grace loves sweets.
Jane Martin to Madeleine Merriman, her camera, spared from the water by an oilcloth
Marie Brosnan to Dorothy Coll, diamond hair-clips to sparkle in Dot's golden hair.
Geraldine Slatt to Mary Grundler, a pair of silver slippers to tread her way to fame.
Catherine Smith to Ruth Kleeb, a silver cup. Pass it down, Ruth, to posterity.
Grace McCormick to Helen Lucas, a baby's silver shoe.
Audrey Edleman to Luella Cox, a gold coral necklace.
Anna Mae Glitsch to Cecelia Sukits and Anna Mary Lukitsh, two silver candlesticks and
rare candles to light the way through their Senior year.
Mary Hergenroeder to Betty Berberich, a bracelet which carries a charm for health and
Mary Louise Dany to Mary Margaret Keenan, a precious lavelier, fto add to Margie's
collection of heirloomsj.
Mary jane Taylor to Genevieve Kennedy, a carved ivory pin, to keep her wits together.
Marydee Schlanget to Margaret Kennedy, a French translation of "Le Voyage de Monsieur
Perrichon," which was found wrapped in oil paper.
Dorothy Curley to Jane Chirdon, her string of pearls. May they bring Jane much joy.
Peggy Malone to Ann Murphy, a gold pin to add to Anna's display on her sweater.
Dolores Fallon to Mary Kress, a pair of roller skates-somewhat rusty, 'tis trueg but not
bad considering their sea-bed vacation.
We trust, dear Juniors, that you will appreciate these treasures from the deep.
The coins, which had been packed in wooden boxes and upon which the sea had done its
worst, we shall use to defray the expenses of our four years' cruise in S. S. "Annunciator."
The Passengers of the Cruise
We buck each wind and fight each gale
As passengers, we Seniors, sailg
of earthly strife,
We leave our voyage of high school life.
R. Lang ......
A. Eldernan . . .
C. Smith ....
P. Malone ....
J. Mmm ....
M. L. Dany. . .
M. Brosnan . . .
A. M. Glitsch .......
K. Cleary .....
M. J. Taylor. . .
. . . .Burning mid-night oil
.. . . . . .Bothering
. . . .Talking French
. . . .Playing the Piano
. . . .Playing Tennis
. . . .Writing Poetry
.Going to the Movie
M. McGinley .... . .
M. O. Schlanger .....
. . . . .Looking Sympathetic
.Boosting our Team
. . .Drawing Pictures
. . . .Fixing her hair
QUIPS FROM THE
"Say it with. . . .... Flowers
We lie down. . . .... For-rest
For exams we...
Carry our bags .... . . .Porter
"Indian Love .... ...... C oll"
A nearby street .... .... K ennedy
Seeks criminals .... ..... S herlock
A happy man is a .... ..... M erri-man
Let 'em .......... . . .Ma-lone
We want our hair .... ..... C urley
How are you ...... . . .Phelan?
Hold your ............... .... Ch irdon
Edgar Bergen's stooge ......... McCarthy
Mother spanked her daughter ....
I want a ride on the ..........
Who kracked the Quips? ..... ..... .......... G 1 itsch
Now that we've reached our Isle of Dreams,
The sunshine of our future gleams.
No clouds of darkness hover round:
We trust success will soon he found.
M. Hergenroeder ......... Being Sociable
B. Voltz .............. Solving Problems
G. Slatt ............ Interpreting Dreams
Curley ...... Doing Fancy Dance Steps
C. Brosnan. .Keeping her balance on Deck
Fallon ............. Mailing packages
McCarthy ....... Manicuring her nails
T. Sabas ...... ....... R eading Fiction
R. Crehan ......... Looking at her watch
M. Balker ........ Roller skating on Deck
F. Mang ............ Pressing her clothes
G. McCormick ....
. ..... Keeping Tab
"Down by the Old. . .
Comparative of nice. .
The day is bright and.
Maker of cough drops. . . . . . .
.. . .Mill CStreamD"
. . . ..... Cleary
. . .Smith
We took a ride in our ....... Car-car-fab
"Auld ................. Lang fSyneD"
Salt it and .......... ..... P oepper-et
We took the ............. "Schiegg" test
Seven dwarfs and Snow .......... White
I operate a Five and Ten ........ Murphy
Watts and ......
A famous dance. . . .
This ................... Brand'1 Cdob
Took part in Hill-billy feud ....... Martin
fy It was on the fourteenth of June, 1938, a day filled with
good cheer that the S. S. "Alumnae" welcomed as passengers
twenty-four charming graduates from Annunciation High
WH A School. As the liner steamed out from Port Commencement,
rumor had it that those young ladies were setting sail in quest of
4 sg' X ,,"5hFame, Fortune, and Happiness.
Ten years have passed. Many from the Class of 1938 have
realized their heart's desires. Among these we find on the high
744 ' seas our Dorothy Curley, the breezy, dashing, happy wife of the
captain of the White Star's new liner, S. S. "Prophecy." Dor-
othy's friend, Ruth Crehan is publicity agent for the Steamship
Company and enjoys many round-the-world cruises. Wishing
to keep informed concerning the dear old U. S. A., Ruth sug-
gested that Dorothy and she "listen in". As they were trying
to get New York, Paris interfered long enough for them to hear
J QQ them to hear the announcer say: "The ladies of Paris are readily
adopting the latest style in hair dressing, a bow with a front
curl, as introduced by Mlle Virginia McCarthy and Mlle Catherine Brosnan.
Paris was soon cut off and America tuned in. just in time! "This is sta-
tion U. S. A. We wish to announce that we have secured the World News
Crier, Miss Mary Louise Dany, for this station." Her voice could be heard
ringing out clear and strong. She announced that Miss Jane Martin, a most
learned scholar, had been installed in the Immigration Department. She can
interpret all languages and so far has been a most valuable help.
The next station picked was KDKA announcing the returns from the Penn-
sylvania Senatorial elections. "Miss Mildred Balker has been elected first Con-
gress woman from that state. This is probably due to the fact that Anna Mae
Glitsch, a renowned suffragette, was her campaign manager.
The next baffling announcement came from station WWSW. A national
celebrity know as Kathleen Pry Cleary, reporter for the "Charles Street Newsf'
can solve any mystery. '
After a night in dreaming of all the startling information, the morning
dawned bright and clear with the good ship "Prophecy" lying in the harbor at
New Orleans. Several of the party left the ship for a day of sight seeing. just
as they stepped off the gang-plank, they met our slow-moving Margaret Malone,
who never believes in hurrying. She has been for years employed in the restful
position of a time-keeper for the Snail and Tortoise Tax Company. The pace
of New Orleans just suits Miss Malone. Margaret, glad to see her old friends,
acted as a guide and pointed out places of interest.
Displayed on a huge sign in the public square of New Orleans they read
"Mary Jane Taylor, an American Star in 'Storm Child'.,' Miss Taylor is the all-
singing, all-dramatizing wonder of the age. Our "Ann of Green Gables" was
a star before she left Annunciarion High.
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JMiss Geraldine Slatt, America's champion non-stop aviator, radio listener,
marathon runner, bicycle rider, channel-swimmer joined the cruise at this old
quaint city. She insisted that before leaving New Orleans a visit should be
made to "YE BEAUTIFIER SHOPPED where Betty Voltz, a wealthy cosmeti-
cian, is the proprietor. Betty claims that people who enter looking like eighty
deparlt looking like eighteen.
MX Arriving on board the "Prophecy', in time for dinner, Miss Slatt entertained
the passengers by locating for them the other loved classmates of '38. How glad
all were to learn that our happy, cheery Catherine Smith is now the dignified
wife of our ambassador to Italy! She has the nicest home and serves the best
meals in Naples. Catherine will see to it that our liner stops at that port.
"Dot"' was curious to know where our warbling ladybird had flown. After
three guesses, Dorothy learned that Marie Brosnan had stepped into the shoes of
the leading prima donna in the Cosmopolitan Opera House. Her selections are
composed and published by Margaret McGinley who now receives royalties by
Since there still remained a few more classmates to be located Geraldine
chatted on. "Married to a brilliant professor, Mary Dee Schlanger with her
husband conducts Los Angeles' Most Exclusive University.
Another noted celebrity is Rosemary Lang the most prominent star on the
radio program. She earns an enormous salary on the "Kiddies Hour," and is
loved by children the world over.
By the foremost style authorities Miss Florence Mang was elected to model
that lovely sequins evening dress shown in the Sun-Telegraph. Miss Mang
has designed for the most exclusive shops of London, Paris, and New York.
Grace McCormick, a certified public accountant for the Irish Republic, is
vacationing in Pittsburgh. Her Irish eyes are still smiling.
Almost any day in the offices of the editor of the Pittsburgh Press, you may
see a blonde, young woman busily taking notes and typing. She is Dolores Fal-
lon, an invaluable part of the machinery which prints the J,
papers for that city to read. Professor T. Sabas is now in charge of a European Gym- ' '
nastic Academy. Thecla has become a star player in polo, I
basketball, hockey, and tennis. W ff
None was surprised to hear that the Chicago Tribune is N 1
edited by Audrey Edleman. She has gone far and worked I
hard to attain this position, but at last her dreams and wishes , ll l .6 X
have come true-she is Editor-in-chief. All recalled how W .. ily lx?
Audrey in the bygone days put her whole heart and soul in ii S
every thing that she attempted. l 11 Ilill .J
Miss Mary Hergenroeder, a noted writer has attracted il 5'
world wide attention. She conducts the Lovelorn Column in
the Sun-Telegraph. At present she is giving herself a much
needed vacation, and may join this party when S. S. " 1 M
"Prophecy,' anchors at the Bermuda Islands. ' 1.-431.4-,',Q:5""
Ofjicers of the Class of .lune 1939
Margaret Kennedy ........,... Prerident Betty McCormick .... .... S ecretary
Grace Michaely .......... Vice Prerident Jane Chirclon .. ..... Treasurer
JUNIOR CLASS POEM
We, Juniors at Annunciation,
Cbtain a High School education
To help equip us for the strife,
Which follows on the sea of life.
Here we obey the golden rule
Suggested by our worthy schoolg
Too soon comes that eventful day
When orders are, "Anchors Aweighf'
-We all shall have to sail alone E
And steer our ships to ports unknown,
The knowledge that we've gathered here
Will strengthen us and give us cheer.
Fond memories of A. H. S.
Will buoy us up in all distress
'Till fmally we'll dockg and then
We'll anchor, not to sail again.
' -MARGARET KENNEDY, '39
Three years ago we launched our ship
And then began our four years trip.
We first arrived at Freshman Town
There gazed afar to win a crown.
We next sailed to the opposite shore
Which goes by name of Sophomore.
On deck at tennis We did play,
And happy were we day by day.
Once more We cruised across the sea
To Junior state We came With glee,
Shorthand and typing we began
Bookkeeping, too, we had to land.
Each storm withstoodg and braved each gale
Let's from the deck to classmates hail
'QTill We're finished with this trip,
Comrades, 'Don't give up the ship'.,'
-ANNA MARY LUKITSH 39
he Engineering Crew
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We Jmziors-Engineering Crew, The social program-1 rest with ui,
Have mapped the courxe with virion true. When we prepare them there'J -no fun,
We look no more into the part We had Macbeth while on the :ea
And to our wheel we'll e'er hold fast. To mario notes, we danced with glee.
The Engineering Crew
Betty Berberich ............. -
Rose Thoma ........,
Anna Murphy ...,....
Betty Sherlock ......,.
G. Kennedy .....,......
Joan Wurdack ........
Helen Gruber --- .............. -
Eileen Flynn ..... - ............. ,
Margaret Gillespie - ......... .
Ida Coennen ..... ---- ........ .
Mary Kress ...........
Ruth Kleeb ..............
Eulalia Phelan - .,......,,.... -
Helen Lucas ,..,.,.,,,..,,,,,,,, M
Dorothy Coll .......
Cecelia Sukits ....................
Margaret Kennedy ...,..,,,., .
Grace Michaely .,....
Mary Grundler ..,.,,,,,-,,,,.,
Betty McCormick .,,,.,,,,,.,
Luella Cox .,,,-,,-,,.,-,
M. M. Keenan ,....,.
Jane Chirdon .......
M. Merriman ..........
A. M. Lukitsh ....... - ,.,.,.., -,
Decorates for Hops. ........ - ...... - ............, Air Hostess
Washes the Boards ...... ...,.,..........., P resident's Secretary
Answers out of turn ................ Advises the Love-Lorn
Attends movies e,.......... ---- ,........,...... -,-.Lifeguard
Pastes notes. ...,... - ..,..................... Champ Candy-eater
Collects toy animals ....,... - ........ - ...... - ............. N urse
Shoots for baskets .......,.
-N ........, Fashion Model
Rides in a Packard ........,.....,............. College Professor
Dances ........................... ---- ........... Radio Announcer
Grows up---- .,.,...... - ......... .....,..... S urgical Nurse
Roller Skates. ................... ........... G irls' Band Leader
Supervises Proms ......
Engineers the Musketeers .......,............ French Teacher
Ice Skates. ............................... ........ .F ashion Critic
Engineers Helen ........................ ....... C oncert Pianist
Is sweet ,............. .,.......... - ,.................. O pera Singer
Plays Tennis e,......... - .......,....... Notre Dame Co-ed
Is obliging ................ - ..................... Comedienne
Makes tin soldiers. .,......... - ...,......... Roller-Skater
Is a good listener ...............,.. ........... - .,..... - -Journalist
Helps others ................ - ..,....... - ............... Bookkeeper
Plays Basketball ....... - .............
------------Lady of Leisure
Takes Care of the farm---- ....... Agricultural Specialist
Writes Poetry ---a ...... - ................. Newspaper Reporter
Forms the triumvirate ,...........
2820 Charles Street
2 7 1 2 Charles Street
The twinkle in her eye
Attractr each parrerhy.
2207 Irwin Avenue
With her ever pleasing smile
Helen maker life 'worth while.
ANNA MARY LUKITSH
233 Luray Street
Anna Mae if surely small
She is loved hy one and all.
2651 Linwood Avenue
Helen .vtndief when .the plearer
Plays around and always teaser.
14 Norman Street
She'.r honert, laind and true
.S'he'll make a pal for yon.
427 Dunlap Street
So loving hearted, .fhilled in art
She will choore a noble part.
The ace in clarr and rports
She'.r never out of rortr.
604 Russel Street
A hlne eyed blonde indeed
A friend in every need.
2814 California Avenue
The rnurician of our clarr
A refined and gentle larr.
2 301 Lowerie Street
Yozill hear her name
In the Hallr of fame,
MARY M. KEENAN
5 12 Chester Avenue
Mary Marg is one :tar
And her fame will reach far.
401 Burgess Street
She always was a riot
And never could he quiet.
2306 Perrysville Avenue
A little how within a curl
Thir if Ioan, our tallert girl.
2804 Charles Street
1943 Lithgow Avenue
Life on the farm -will happy he
If Jane if there to oversee.
726 Brightridge Ext.
Luella ir a lovely 1ni.r.v.
Sweet enough for as to him.
34 Clifton Park
A giggle here, a giggle there,
What e'er Jhe has, the'll Jhare.
2157 Brighton Road
She goex to all the dancer
And clairm a few romanaes.
315 Milroy Street
Many her frierzdff few he-r foes
Happy 1uhere.voe'er .the goex.
413 E. Burgess Street
Never cron, never .rnappyf
Alway: rweet, always happy.
6 Norman Street
She? helpful and witty
Ami also quite pretty.
2616 Charles Street
Blue eyex, brim full of frm
Hearts are many Jhe ha: won.
624 Chautauqua Street
A pretty latex who'r ever sweet
To know our Rose if quite a
33 Overbeck Street
Never loafx, -never xhirhs,
Ever happy a.r Jhe worhx.
2914 Norwood Street
Ruth if a Jport, and outdoor
Ax dear to as at any pearl.
Since .the it a friend to all,
Madeleine alwayr heedx a call.
The Juniors' Voyage
Three years ago the majestic S. S. "Annunciator," having anchored at
Charles Street dock, awaited the arrival of the new deck hands who had enlisted
during the summer. They registered for four years service on the turbulent
seas--Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior. Many of the new hands had
sailed together for eight years, while others were strangers from various ports.
After all had explored the ship, a "Get-together Party" was held at which they
became acquainted with their new companions. Not long afterwards, the deck
hands-forty-two strong were initiated and assigned, as a tryout, many lowly
tasks which the new hands, all good sports, did cheerfully. Algebraic hurricanes
and Historic cyclones dashed in vain against this sturdy ship.
The Faculty Engineers propelled the great steam turbins that kept the liner
plying through the deep and displacing tons of ignorance. The intensive driv-
ing caused vibrations that resulted in seasicknessg and a few of the new mem-
bers threw up the dishes of Latin and Science that they had been unable to
digest. Alas, they were forced to consume such wholesome food over and over
again, even though an extra summer cruise was necessary to teach them how to
hold down required nourishment.
Crossing Freshmen Bay they dropped anchor at Saint Lucille Harbor where
all enjoyed themselves and found it hard to leave. In fact, some decided to
remain longerg and only a year later could they be enticed to continue their
Having conndence in their capable staff, the young shipmates no longer
feared a wreck. Sometimes however, they heard the low tones of the steam
whistle sounding warnings to indifferent shipmates. Knot after knot the Ship
steamed ahead until it arrived at "Sancta Concepta Isle" where the crew enjoyed
delightful days. At the different stop-overs souvenirs were collected, but only
such- were kept as would be a benefit later on.
Under the guidance of the renowned captain and the helpful mates, the ship
avoided precipitous cliffs and steered straight ahead for Port Saint Geraldine.
Here the Junior engineers were taught how to operate a machine, how to engi-
neer promsg how to aim correctly at a basket, how to keep their uniforms ex-
actly according to regulationsg in a word they learned shipshape order for
All on board, buoyed with the prospects of another favorable cruise, climbed
aloft where floated at the top-mast the Junior colors-green and gold. The
needle of the ship's compass pointed directly to Port Senior. The wonderful
voyage of three years was over.
The Shipmates and Stewards
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We, the Sopb'morer forty-six On bridge and deck we are alert
Are the .rbipmates full of tricks A A Lett a Senior might get burr.
As Jtewardr, too, our work is frm - 3 Dependable we'iZ al-ways be
Looking out for everyone. On this trip acror: the sea.
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The Sbipmater and Stewards
Isabelle Arch .......
Dorothy Blazier . . .
Helen Brandl ....
Dorothy Briggs . ..
Rosemary Burns . . .
Mary Carcara ....
Edith Carioto .....
Mae Cox ..........
Kathleen Devereaux . .
Mathilda Dragone . . .
Gloria Ann Edleman .
Maureen Ferguson . . .
Dorothy Flowers ....
Elizabeth Forrest ..
Margaret Frazier . .
Edna Mae Garvey ....
Jean Gordon .......
Edith Glitsch .....
Lois Gruber ........
Praxedes Hart ......
Ethel Hergenroeder . .
Anna M. Hergenroeder ......
Christina Martin ....
Jane Kram .........
Catherine Mesonka . .
Grace Messmer .....
Pauline Micklos .....
Imelda Murtha .....
Patricia McCullough .
Victoria Neizer .....
Mary Louise Omlor. . .
Margaret Phillips ....
Anne Poeppert ....
Clare Relihan .......
Elizabeth Rooney ....
Dorothy Schiegg . .
Dolores Schnepp ..
Agnes Schalfer ....
Bernice Shanahan . ..
Anna Sterzinger .....
Dorothy Vuletich ....
Jean Vuletich .....
Mary M. Waller. . .
Mathilda Weber . .
Rachael Williams . ..
Dot . . .
Briggs. . .
Ganny. . .
Posey . . .
Betty . . .
Mae. . .
"I Want A New Romance
. . . . . . ."Come Back To Erin
Lefty ........ . .
Herky. . .
Gracie. . .
Mickey. . .
Toots. . . .
Blackie. . .
Jeanie. . .
Ray . . .
. . . . . . . . ."Music In My Heart
. .".Everyone's Wrong But Me
. . . . ."I Want To Make Music
. . . . . . . ."Got My Mind On Music
. . ."It's The Natural Thing To Do
..,,......."Sweet As A Song
. .... "Am I Dreaming?
S ongr of S opbomores
"Everybody Loves You"
."You're a Sweetheart"
"Getting Some Fun Out of Life"
"Why Should I Care?"
All You Want To Do Is Dance
"Horne On The Range"
... . . . . . . . ."Precious To Me"
. . . . ."Don't Ever Change"
"Everyday's a Holiday"
. . . . . . ."Crazy Dreams
. . . . . . ."I'm Dependable"
"Every Now And Then
. . . . . . ."Can I Forget You?
. . ."I'm Feelin' Like A Million"
"Having A Wonderful Time
. . . ."Laugh Your Way Through Life
. . . ."I Want The Whole World To Know
"Could I Write A Book?"
"With A Smile And A Song"
. . ."Sophisticated Lady
. . . . ."Remember Me
. ............ "Lovely One
In My Glory"
. . ."I'rn Foot Loose and Fancy Free"
. . . . . . ."Delighted To Meet You
"I Live The Life I Love"
Double Dare You
. . . ."For She's A jolly Good Fellow"
."Jeanie With The Dark Brown Hair
"As Calm As the Night"
The lily can't be gilded.
Loyal of heartg alert of mind.
Cheery countenance and a merry
Another dayg another song.
A smile for everyone.
Dot, the optimistg Dot, the
Ever faithfulg ever true.
A ray of sunshine.
Little! but Oh my! X
"Music hath charms."
The force of her own merits
makes her loved by all.
MARY LOUISE OMLOR
A voice of song.
GLORIA ANN EDLEMAN
Antiseptic for melancholy.
A quiet maid with quiet ways.
just the sort of girl for you.
A bookworm indeed!
"Her voice was ever soft and
A pleasant churn.
"I am Wisdom's fortress."
Her Kingdom for a Horse
Full of wisdomg full of wit.
A charming lass with eyes of
Good little pal.
She'll come smiling through.
Vfhy not be frank?
Every word a joke.
More fun than a circus.
Anything I have is yours.
A gentle, harmless lass.
Pretty face and winsome smile.
Ever pleasant: ever gay.
A girl you can't resist.
Ever ready to do her bit.
Airs of sweet simplicity.
Fond of fung full of pep.
Sparkling eyes and friendly
A quiet, dependable lass.
just in time to be too late.
Our everlasting giggler.
EDNA MAE GARVEY
Our sweet-tempered red-head.
Rhythm in her feet.
A merry heart that laughs at
Kind words she has for all.
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Who work with all their might, And aid with every task
The Freshman help this ship along For Frerhier will be Seniors .roonf
From early morn 'till night. Then service THEY will ark.
CABIN GIRLS and
Jean Brown . . . .
Patricia Marner. . . .
Clara King ............
.. . . . . .Sweeping
. . . . . .Cleaning deck
Rosemarie Schlanger ........ Baking pastries
Olive Blazier .......
Norma Hajduk ....
Mary Sabell ........
Estelle Porter ....... . .
Rita Wiemann. ........ .
Dorothy Gebhardt . .
.Feeding the dogs
. Filling wash tubs
. . . .General cleaning
. . . .Drying dishes
. .Washing clothes
. .Preparing meals
Mary L. McCullough ........ Burning papers
Dorothy McAndrews ....
Winifred McCormick .....
Dorothy White .....
. .Feeding pet cats
. . . . . . .Polishing shoes
Beryl Lansell .... ..... D usting deck chairs
Mary Berry .......
CABIN GIRLS and
Irene Grant ....
Jean Fallon ....
Gloria Ferris ....
Jean Herrle ....
Alice Sabell ....... .
. . . .Serving meals
. . .Painting rails
. . . . . .Stoking coal
. . .Running errands
. . . .Cooking meals
Margaret Buerkle .... .... W ashing dishes
Adele Kunkle .....
Marjorie Kunkle . . .
Dorothy Kearns .... .
. . . .Cleaning cabins
. . . .. . . .Ironing
. . . . . .Making beds
Mary A. Sexton ................. Cooking
Mary Mill .......
Margaret Davis ....
Acting as messenger
. . . . . .Setting tables
Rita Watkins ........ . .Doing kitchen duty
Elizabeth Rastetter ......
Audrey Anderson . . .
Anna Romano ...... .
. . . .Polishing brass
. . . .Scrubbing deck
. . .Peeling potatoes
Red hair without a temper.
Tiny, sweet, simple.
Quiet, pleasing, efiicient.
Sociable, graceful, witty.
Capable, friendly, mirthful.
Small but ambitious.
Bright-eyed, agreeable, sincere.
Brunette, merry, polite.
Attractive, athletic, reliable.
Stylish, bashful, courteous.
Serious, lady-like, deliberate.
MARY L. MCCULLOUGH
Fair, amiable, reserved.
Refined, poetical, genial.
Tall, cheerful, demure.
ANNA B. LANSELL
Quiet, original, sunny.
Slim, active, studious.
Brilliant, progressive, playful
Blonde, sensible, industrious.
Plump, bright, good-natured
Brown-eyed and laughing.
Neat, tactful, popular.
Sunny, bubbling, energetic.
Slight, pleasant, generous.
Artistic, steady, considerate.
MARY A. SEXTON ,
Obedient, thoughtful, kind.
Charming, helpful, enthusiastic
Natural, intelligent, delightful
Blue-eyed, loyal, jolly.
Alert, sturdy, likeable.
Vivacious, nimble, excitable.
Dark, shy, obliging.
3, , .miss
"Bliss in possession will not last,
Remembered joys are never past,
At once the fountain, stream, and sea,
They were, they are, they yet shall be."
Four years of working together, of sharing
the same pleasures, of striving all for the same
aim-the good of Annunciation High School,
has woven this year's Senior Class into a
friendship and intimacy which will long be re-
When the day of Graduation dawns, it will
find the Class of 1938 looking expectantly into
the future but not forgetting the happy days
they have spent in Annunciation High School.
SUCCESS CROWNS LABOR
All the pupils have made an effort to obtain
advertisements and patrons to aid in financing
"The Annunciatorf' but the following have
SENIORS-Rosemary Lang, Mary Louise
Dany, Virginia McCarthy, Mildred Balker,
Dolores Fallon, Mary Hergenroeder, Catherine
Smith, Marie Brosnan, Anna Mae Glitsch.
JUNIORS-Ruth Kleeb, Madeleine Merri-
man, Anna M. Lukitsh.
SOPHOMORES-Dorothy Vuletich, Mary
Louise Omlor, Patricia McCullough.
FRESHMEN-Mary Agnes Sexton, Olive
Hurrah for our colors, the BLUE and the
Beneath one banner we all unite.
Hurrah for our COACH and the stars she has
Hurrah for our victors and the games they've
THE SOPHOMORE STARS
Top row: Praxedes Hart, Maureen Fergu-
son, Our coach Miss Helen Meledin, Matilda
Weber, jean Gordon. Center: Dorothy
Bottom row: Rosemary Burns, Gloria Edle-
man, Imelda Murtha, Anna Sterzinger, Jane
Nlirrirzg Starr: M. Cox, E. Hergenroeder, C.
Relihan, D. Briggs, D. Vuletich, l. Arch, C.
Martin, R. Haiduk, D. Schnepp, D. Blazier,
M. L. Omlor, B. Rooney.
O Junior Class, do you recall,
One Winter afternoon,
When Sister Florence said to us,
Your Prom will be quite soon.
With laurel, pines, and music sheets
Adorned we Norwood Hall,
And cut out notes both black and white,
To paste upon the wall.
The place looked wondrous, so we thought,
But gloom was soon to come,
When protests came from all around.
And prospects did look glum.
But soon the Prom day rolled around,
And sadness then did fade.
We danced unto our heart's delight
And drank pineapple ade.
But all good things must surely end,
And Monday morning found
The bucket-laden Junior Class,
Quite far from Heaven-bound.
We scrubbed the walls of Norwood Hall
Till they were spic and span.
Which only proves our Junior Class,
Can keep things well in hand.
-Madeleine Merriman, '39.
Music Shop Prom
JUNIORS OF ANNUNCIATION
Buddy Arson's Orchestra
Friday, January 28 Norwood Pines
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A. H. S.-16 ....... ......,......... S t. Mary- 8
A. H. S.-12 ,...,.. .......... S t. Anthony-12
A. H. S.-12 ........,, ............. S t. John- 8
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The course is new to me
Oh, Mother, guide this bark to where
Thy Son would have it be.
The sea is roughg the waves run highg
And storm clouds hover near.
Oh! from the rocky reef of sin
Protect me, Mother Dear.
A Port there is not far awayg
It lures with joy and gold.
There's love and home and happiness
And duties manifold.
But joys like bubbles burst and fadeg
Much gold does not buy love
And earthly mansions crumble soong
Eternal, those above.
I'll find a port of happiness,
Where peace and joy abide.
I'll love a Heart that loves for ayeg
I'll be His treasured bride.
-S. V. M.
"Mother of Christ, Mother of Christ,
I toss on a stormy seag
O lift thy Child as a Beacon Light,
To the Port where I fain would be!
And, Mother of Christ, Mother of Christ,
This do I ask of thee-
When life's voyage is o'er, oh! stand on the
Star of the Sea
"But they seeing Him walking upon the sea
thought it was an apparition, and they cried
St. Mark, VI, 49.
Thou art the Virgin-taper. pure
Whence dawned the Heavenly light
That kindled all the Brmament
Of altar lamps so bright.
Within the Blessed Sacrament
Dwells the Infinity
The omnipresent Lord of all
The Christ of Galilee.
His figure in translucent white!
The Vision frightens me,
O Mary, does He beckon, "Come,
Walk out upon the sea?"
Shall I, like Peter, rise and go
To Him Who stands in wait?
Shall I turn from the world that smiles
Before it is too late?
Yet now the Shining One seems gone
My course is black and drear,
Mother dear, "Star of the Sea,"
Guide on-O be thou near.
Oh may, like Peter did of old,
I say--my victory scored,
Thy vision seen, behold I come
To worship Thee, O Lord!"
And show Him at last to me." S' P- N--Alumm' 35
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patrons and alumnae responded bravely and promptly.
All on board S. S. "Annunciator" Wish to extend
thanks to the LIFE SAVING CREW who in an-
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MAIDEN VOYAGE 1930
Frances Adams ..,. .... 2 801 Veteran Street
Angela Buerkle .... .... 1 92 Richbarn Avenue
Jane Crickard ..... ...... 4 23 Marshall Avenue
Dorothy Frank .... ..... 3 500 McClure Avenue
Jane Jones ,,... .......... 3 4 S. Millvale
Lillian Mulroy .... ...,.. 1 01 Locust Street
Blanche Noch .......,.... R. R. No. 3 Bellevue
Agnes Waldron ........,.......,..,...........
Rosemary Kram, Mrs. Walter Howley .... .
Angela Miller, Mrs. Wm. Lobaugh ......,.
Harriet Quigley, Mrs. Louis Chartier ......,.
Frances Thornton, Mrs. John P. Bridge Jr. .... .
Rose Mary Wurdack, Mrs. Wm. Dunn ,.....
Sara O'Donncll, Sister Joseph Mary, S.S.J.. . .
Ruth W'heeler, Sister Mary Phillip, S.S.J.. . . .
Ellen Rittle, Sister Dolorosa, S.S.J. ....... .
Margaret Barry ............ 400 Chester Avenue
Mary Freyvogel ......... 3036 Norwood Avenue
Mary E. Kirk ..... . . .240 McKinley Avenue
Mary Mahoney ..... ..,. l 23 Hawkins Avenue
Madeline McGuire ......, 2633 Linwood Avenue
Mary Summers ............,................
Helen Mesonka, Mrs. J. A. Hudak ......,,.....
Jean Rohm, Mrs. Ed. Gleason .........
Esther Becker, Mrs. Henry Maidholl .....
Mary Balzer, Mrs. Hrach ...............
Marie Houpt, Sister Mary Carol, S.S.J. ....... .
Alice Hirsch, Sister Margaret Cecilia, S.S.J.. . . .
Angeline Carcara ........... 2116 Charles Street
Gertrude Depp ........,.. 348 Marshall Avenue
Catherine Frahlich ...... 2653 Perrysville Avenue
Anna Lawrence .....,.... 2355 Bensonia Avenue
Gertrude Osborn ............ 604 Burgess Street
Margaret Wolfe ........... 2614 Leland Avenue
Virginia Abel, Mrs. W. E. O'Neill ....,.......
Florence Donatelli, Mrs. S. Williams ...........
Helen Hergenroeder, Mrs. W. Duncan .,...
Marie Smith, Mrs. T. Heinauer ........
Rosella Sweeney, Mrs. A. Aikes .......,,... V ,
Helen Schiegg, Sister Joseph Marie, S.S.J.. . . .
Marie Brunner ................ Jacks Run Road
Helen Collins ,.... .... 6 11 Ridgewood Street
Eva Eisernan . . . .... 2644 Charles Street
Dorothy Kram ...... .... 2 47 Waldorf Street
Eleanor Maloney ...... ..... 3 617 Moale Street
Alice McBride ,.........,.. 127 Hawkins Street
Margaret O'Donnell .,...... 125 Hawkins Street
Ruth Reynold ........ . . .270 Charles Street
Dolores Schlie ............. 2714 Veteran Street
Katherine Suhy ..,....,......,.............
Irene Dentel, Mrs. E. J. Tygard ....,..
Helen Balzer, Mrs. Edward Joyse ...,....
Margaret Carey, Mrs. T. Fitzpatrick ......,
Ruth Hergenroeder, Mrs. J. J. Mcfiafhn .....
Mary Helen Frank, Mrs. R. J. Ging ..,....
Margaret Madden, Sister Ronald, S.C.. . . .
Madeline Courrwright .....,. 3429 Massachusetts
Delia Connelly ................. 2707 Sherlock
Edna Depp ,............. 348 Marshall Avenue
Coletta Geanos .... ........, P errysville, Pa.
Mary Johnson ...... .......... A valon, Pa.
Mary J. Martin ...... ..... 2 728 Delgar Street
Evelyn G. Schilling ...... 1103 Pemberton Street
. . . . . . .......... . ....... Jefferson Drive
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......222 W. Burgess Street
......57 Florence Avenue
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Florence Connelly ........ 2637 Linwood Avenue
Bernadette Heim ....... 305 N. Fairmont Avenue
Frances Leix ....... ..... 2 10 McKinley Avenue
Catherine Mill ..... ....... 2 1 Overlook Street
Bessie O'Neill. . . .... 218 Mt. Pleasant Road
..........7136 Gladfield Street
....113 Lang Apts., North Avenue
THIRD CRUISE 1 9 3 2
Ellen Cummings ............ 17 Overlook Street
Rose Donatelli ..... ..... 1 315 Orchlee Street
Rose Funk .......... .... 3 537 Gerber Avenue
Anna M. McCloskey. . . . ..,.. 57 Bryant Avenue
Florence Mulroy ..... ....... 1 01 Locust Street
. . . .221 Seabright Street
. . . . , .146 Klein Road
FOURTH CRUISE 193 3
Dorothy Carr ................... Safe with God
Ruth Crenner ............ 334 Marshall Avenue
Lois Edleman ............. 126 Kennedy Avenue
Catherine Fleischauer ........ 2701 Veteran Street
. . . . .610 Lincoln Drive
Frances Luksik, ........... 932 Kirkbride
Eileen Morin ........
Ann Clare Martin ,... ...... 2 728 Delgar Street
Grace Reilly ............... 117 Hawkins
Catherine Schwartz ...... 3202 Perrysville Avenue
. . . .1835 Tonopah Avenue
.....713 E. North Avenue
. . . . .414 Marshall Avenue
. . . . . .200 Santron Street
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Dolores Kunkel ..,......... 233 Lafayette Street
Susanna Kirner .......,.. 519 Evergreen Avenue
Mary Kathryn Neelans .... 2035 Termon Avenue
Clara Schneider ............. 6 Perrysville Road
Anna Ullom ................ 335 Reifert Street
A. M. Chirdon, Mrs. J. Gilner ................
Eileen Daleth, Mrs. Frank Debor ..............
Catherine MeNarmara, Mrs. C. Staud .....
Margaret Connolly, Mrs. V. Miller ......
Angela Vitunic, Mrs. W. J. Becki ........
Ruth Schiegg, Sister Mary Jean, S.S.J.. . . .
Rita Kraus ....,.
Madeline Barker ....
Mary Byrnes .......
Honora Connelly . . .
Rita Mae Dieterich.
Dolores Grundlet. . .
Dolores Guehl .....
Rosemary Herbert ....
Phyllis Immler .....
Regina Karch. . . .
Margaret Leix ....
Frances Martin ...,
Alexis Mill ,......
. . . . .2449 Lyzelle Street
. . . . .1449 Page Street
. . . . .3533 Campus Street
. . . . .2637 Linwood Avenue
. . . . . .2446 Charles Street
. . . . .33 Overbeck Street
. . .161 Orchard Avenue
. . . . Bradford Woods
. . . .2537 Maple Avenue
. . . . .2311 Holyoke Street
. . . .210 McKinley Avenue
. . . . .2728 Delgar Street
. . . . . . .21 Overlook Street
Margaret Rodgers ..,..... 547 Chautauqua Street
Helen Sonnet ......
Lillian Sukits .......
Anna Mae Welsh ....
. . . .1315 Reedsdale Street
. . . . .. .2101 Lawrie Street
.........107 Daisy Street
Ethel Hajduk, Mrs. Ed. Mayer ..........,.......
Helen Joyce, Mrs. T. Walsh ...,..............
Ann M. Wagner, Sister Pierre Noel, S.B.. . .
Thelma Apel ............. 130 Kennedy Avenue
Carita Brown ............ 3726 McClure Avenue
Margaret Campbell ........ 2134 Wilson Avenue
Margaret Fersch .....,....... 2538 Fifth Avenue
Mary Gordon ....,........ 3015 Oak Park Road
Mary Howley ............ 4102 Franklin Road
M. Helen Madden. .175 Orchard Ave., Emsworth
Margaret Munsch ........... 3627 Fleming Street
Patricia Phelan ..........., 427 Dunlap Avenue
Jeanne Richardson ..,.,.. 2622 Norwood Avenue
Gertrude Schrott, Mrs. R. Perry ...............
Angela Briggs, Franciscan Novitiate ..,....,....
Veronica Brunner. . .
Jane Dany .........
Lois Dotterweich ....
Lillian Gleen ..,..
Edith Henry .,...
Mary Kirby ....,..
Geraldine Lane .....
Marcella Marshall. . .
Dorothy Ott .......
Marie Rooney ....
Mary Stoeckle ......
Regina Haffner ....
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. . . .1002 Lamont Street
. . . . .262 Kennedy Avenue
.. . . .2945 Oak Park Road
. . . .2720 Veteran Street
. . . . .724 Perry Highway
. . . .603 Chester Avenue
. . . .2530 Gershon Street
. . . .1328 Island Avenue
. . . . . . .825 Maginn Street
. .2514 Perrysville Avenue
. . . . . . .34 Overlook Street
FIFTH CRUISE 1934
Marie Kozar .............. 1521 Reddour Street
Helen Knaebel ........... 246 Kennedy Avenue
Elizabeth McNerney .......,. 30 Kenwood Street
Margaret Schrott .....,.... .37 Woessner Street
Kathleen Ullom ...,.......... 335 Reifett Street
Estelle McSteen ............ 2718 Goshen Street
. . .Ellinwild Road, Allison Park
. . . . . . . 1144 Tennessee Avenue
. . . . . .2729 Leland Street
. . . .278 Mayfield Avenue
. . . . .3512 Sirius Street
SIXTH CRUISE 1935
Mildred Munsch ......... 3637 Fleming Avenue
Nancy Bennett .... .... 3 525 Fleming Avenue
Helen Cleary .... .... 6 22 Chester Avenue
Ruth Dettlinger . ....,... 3831 McClure Avenue
Henrietta Frank ......... 3500 McClure Avenue
Ethel Gruver ..,......... 2206 Wilson Avenue
Anna M. Halligan ..... 3260 Richardson Avenue
Mary E. Kane .......,... 614 Chautauqua Street
Genevieve l-lergenroeder. . .626 Chautauqua Street
Loretta Kress .............. 2612 Charles Street
Marie Mack ........... 2660 Norwood Avenue
Rosemary Mihm .......... 429 Kennedy Avenue
Elizabeth Mulvihill ..,.. 2036 Perrysville Avenue
Mary Rooney ............... 2631 Leland Street
Aileen Stockwell. ....... 2937 Perrysville Avenue
Margaret Tyler .... ,.......... H oclgkiss Street
Dorothy Wyman ......... 315 E. McIntyre Street
.... ..Avalon, Pa.
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Ceclia Bonoma. .
Rita Callahan ..
Dorothy Forrest ..,. . . . .
Ruth Gillen .....
Dolores Miller. .
Dorothy McSteen . ........
2704 Norwood Street
..,1142 Goe Avenue
. .200 Richbotn Road
.440 E. Burgess Street
. Russell Street
..2728 Delgar Street
. . . . .24 Drum Street
.2718 Goshen Street
. . . .84 Watson Blvd.
. . . ..... 2318 Maple Avenue
. ......... Wexford, Pa.
. . . . . . . .Millvale, Pa.
EIGHTH CRUISE 1937
Mary Carney .............. 2460 Charles Street
Mildred Dax . . .
Mary M. Fallon.
Erma 1-loupt . . .
Virginia Kram .
Mary Osborn ..... . .
Marie Pettay ....
Mary Schiegg ..
Mary Wagner. . .
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. . . .2951 Glen Mawr
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. .247 Waldorf Street
123 Hawkins Avenue
. . .604 Burgess Street
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Dr. J. A. Murray, Manager :' 801 E- Ohio Street
FA 1293 N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa. II Ce 1761 N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
T. H. PHILLIPS ll CICERO
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BE A GOOD TYPIST
STENOGRAPHER OR SECRETARY
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OPEN ALL YEAR
Boyd Business College
25 Successful Years in Pittsburgh
Third Floor Bessemer Bldg.
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7 'I acceptance of EDWIN B. STUVER as a
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BAKERY, MEATS, GROCERIES Robert E- P3vttiSO1'1
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2829 Perrysville Avenue N. S., PITTSBURGH, PA.
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PRINTERS-BINDERS The Brighton Theatre
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600 Nash Street i N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
FAirfaX 0406 CEdar 0205
HEIDENREICHS DRUG STORE
Perrysville and Kennedy Avenues Pittsburgh, Pa.
For Prompt Service Call Cedar S100
PROIE BROS. FURNACE CO.
8 S6 W. North Avenue Pittsburgh, Penna.
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Air Conditioning Rybolt Warm Air Furnaces
MCBRIDE SHOE REPAIR
2050 Charles Street
HENRY NVHEELER 86 SON
"The Painter's Store" Elmer M. Rauch, Prop.
115 West Ohio Street N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. FAirfax 1883
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SECRETARIAL FOR YOUNG WOMEN
16th, 17th and 18th Floors, Keenan Building
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 1:
MRS. GRACE MARTIN CORN ELIUS, Principal E
Scholarships Are Offered to Those Who Qualify Telephone Atlantic 6309-63 10
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ST. AUGUSTINE MONASTERY
SChenley 5422 220-37th Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. SChenley 5290
1. Each year 6000 Holy Masses are said exclusively for the members.
2. Members participate every day in S00 Holy Masses.
3. Each year 300,000 Holy Communions are offered by lay-Brothers and
4. Members share in the merit of the good works, prayers and penances of
13,000 Capuchin Fathers.
1. YEARLY membership fee: 50 cents for each member.
2. PERPETUAL deceased membership fee: 52.00 for each member.
3. PERPETUAL living membership fee: S5 .00 for each member. fCon-
tinues after death, .
4. PERPETUAL membership for an entire family: S2S.00. fBy entire
family is understood parents, their children, and the ones the
children may marryl .
At the time of a death SYMPATHY CARDS OF PERPETUAL EN-
ROLLMENT suitable for presenting to bereaved friends or relatives may
be obtained at 220-37th Street, Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh, Pa. or by call-
ing Schenley S422 or Schenley 5 290. If desired your reply will be by
SPECIAL DELIVERY mail.
Dr. H. H. Sullivan
C. J. Deasy
L. A. O'Connell
J. J. O'Connor
S. J. Benson
Geo. J. Bullion
J. F. McCarthy
J. E. Janok
F. R. Mullen
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The Very Rev. J.
J. Greaney, S.T.L.
The Very Rev. F. F. O'Shea, L.L.D.
- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Malone
Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. McCormick
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wheeler
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lukitsh
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sexton
Mr. and Mrs. J. Keaney
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Crenner
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Houpt
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kleeb
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kleeb
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gillespie
Dr. J. W. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. G. Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. J. Phelan
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flynn, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Eichenlaub
E. C. Behe
M. D. Beisel
C. E. Michaely
Mr. and Mrs. A. Doskocil
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Omlor
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Berberick
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kennedy
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Keenan
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sherlock
Mrs. Catherine Murray
Mrs. Rose Schnur
Mrs. M. Preuss
Mrs. F. W. Fisher
Mrs. Christina Martin
Mrs. Harry Hart
Mrs. Ida Coennen
M. E. Porter
K. A. Gruber
Mary Ellen Porter
The Depp Family
M. H. Madden
Dr. F. J. Arch
Dr. G. E. Henderson
Dr. R. A. King
lMr. and Mrs. E. J. Ley
A Mr. and Mrs. J. Balker
-'Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Martin
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schmitt
iMr. and Mrs. A. F. Edleman
4Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hergenroecler
4- Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Buerkle
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. McCullough
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mill
AML and Mrs. F. A. Schlanger
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hilldorfer
Mr. and Mrs. R. Purvis
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Freyvogel, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Blazier
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Weis
E. J. Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Heckscher
Mr. Harry Sweeney
Mr. William J. Spain
Mr. Joseph Gualteri
Mr. Fred Mesonka
Mr. Edward J. Kram
Mr. Frank C. Ferris
Mr. Ronald Micklos
Miss Mary Platz
Miss Mary McCrohan
Miss Phyllis Carr
Walter A. Faulk, Florist
Smal1's Real Estate
Sam's Barber Shop
Joseph E. Beisel, Printing
Compliments of a Friend
J. D. Porterfield
N. J. Burke
Thomas C. Clark
Mrs. Charles Mesonka
Mrs. R. Fordenbacher
H. A. Haffner
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hajduk
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Schiegg
Mr. and Mrs. T. Vuletich
Mr. and Mrs. Pelligrini
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ferguson
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carcara
.Mr. and Mrs. B. A. McCarthy
Mr. and Mrs. C. Garlick
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Frazier
--Mr. and Mrs. J. Brosnan
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Osborn
Mr. and Mrs. R. Kress
Mr. and Mrs. F. Walters
Mrs. C. Wiemann
Misses D. and Jean Vuletich
Mr. F. X. Munsch, Druggist
OUR FAITHFUL ALUMNAE
Mrs. Mary Rittle
Mr. and Mrs. G. Fanning
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerber
Miss Helen Adams
Mrs. I. Rosselot
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COMPANY . . . TO THE BERLIN PRESS . . . TO
MR. H. POEPPERT, PHOTOGRAPHER,
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