Mount Mercy Academy - Mercienne Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)

 - Class of 1949

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This entrance is familiar to thc students who will rememizcr in later ycnrs the Chet-ry greetings cxclmnged here ur gfouecl 51540103 rierifzi, lly his spiritual guidance and zeal. our Bishop, His His Excellency, our Auxiliary Bishop joseph A. liurlce. lixfellency. john lf. 0'llara. inspires the students of Mt. is a lwrilliant example of religious fidelity: and with Merry to pr.u'tice their holy faith fervently. God's grace. we shall try to imitate hint. Always present to administer the Sacraments and encourage the girls. Father Godfrey. our Chaplain. is tht- spiritual father of all at Mt. Mercy. an .Zac em gui e and! .Mega M5 'IHIC I+'ACUI.'I'Y MOIINI INIICRCY AC.-XIIIQIXIY SlllIl'l'lilH' RFWRIZNII MIIIIIIQII Mum' MxNI'I-'I -I PI'illl'IilHll SIsI'Ick M.-nu' I,ovoI..-x II1sII'I1zlnI'.v in Religion RIN. l'.nw.xkII .-XIII-'N. RI-iv. f.IIkIsI'oI'III-ik C,oI.I.INs, C..l'. 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SIN- ix lltll ll'Nllllli'4l In llauxx fn Inlznc-. lm! lzzlm wznx um llwqnnxm-1 lu' Imnuli lllll lmllx x lam ll'lllllllll1'1ll1lllIINllllll'Nlllxl'LI jvm-l in vxvlx Iruillul lvllglullx llllllllllg lmlmlx lln' lwx lu gm lnul :Incl vxvlx .ngmz anllnlllzlllu- llllNXX'l'l. llnln-r Allen. wlmsn' "Gund morning. girls" is an lwlmw-d Tllursdaly morning gn-4-ting. inslrurtx tlw xx-niorx in Cflmrisliun nmrringn- and thc lzxwx of thc Church coml-rning ir. In lan-r yn-.lrx wc will all ra-nu-nlhcr and put into przlctiu: the-sv ideals. ......... .W-W.-... www 1 Q Q :iw s N wi Q U Qi , 'I , .,., ... K, LQ., ' xl 'V -wx , J . in Nz.: if 'W 1 in 51212-1 F ' E K' H' fi-SY? fy Sw-, :,, A--fam-f " M 'X K ii X 5 S 'S Nm 1 gi - , M , SA Ii V- 12555 4 ISM Q i -YQ . .,. x no" 'Y QQ AO. N . nf x Q A ...Q ' ' ..,'. x.. 1-41. IT?- .1 . .,, r . ..... 1 .-v, K. P1153 f A -f--ff, , f ' My I' Lx MH-, g f Q' 0- - fi " . ..- 9' A .mm ij' x .Ax GM X . i , if x Father Lyons' magnetic personality charms the Sodnlity ' These mission workers want no reward for furnishing an representatives an the Summer School of Catholic Action poor parish church. The gratitude of the pastor is the in Chicago. fullest thanks he can give them. ll Wulf ,MA few In the oflice vibrates the In-an-t of the school. Sister Mary Loyola. our principal. is con- stantly on hand to help everyone. Her sew:- retzlry. Pauline l"lzlsselberlc. quietly performs her tasks to keep the nterhamism of the school running smoothly. XV1- are graltt-ful for their grzlciousness and gem-rosity. ,Xu Illllbtblllllll pant ol out t-tliuztlton ls l1lt'lllltll out llxes with lim-I things In zipprt-rustling lllt' we-:tllli ol lwgiutx in l'.llglISll lllt-lziluitz XM- lcxlcxx' Iliv pzigeauil ol ages pzist atml lit-tonite 2IW2llt'tll otti'l1t'i'ltzigt' Ilimugli at NlllllN ol llit' l.:ilm. l'i't-mlm, :tml .Spzmisli lllllgllilpth, social sltulies :tml liislinx. Rc'lim'lm'ill :mtl tlllllllt' lllvsa- tluaul IIICN XYUIIICII slioultl ligne. In-tzittst' "tht-ii UXIIIIIPII' :mtl llwii IItlt'liIl' will xllwzlxs lizixt' QHVII lr1fl1n'mf'." As the keys click away, they spell out the future of competent Sl'l'I'0lJl!'lL'N-ill-lll0-lll1lli- ing. Speed and alcctirury tests are .1 ptlrt of the daily routine under the c.lp.tlvlt- direction of Mises Kiley. 'K lf!! if 740 J Cu lure Cllr! , ld Oflfl lllll 2C'Ifl Olflllg lil .5 s. ig.. L ff ew Q! in 1. 9, ., 5' e M 'Tx 'I gy, i l".f41 Ht-.ilthy bodies reflect sound minds. and good everyday habits are the basis for bene- ficial living. Sister Mary Ellen. in her most interesting Health class. proves that these habits need not be complicated or diflicult. but can become second nature. N. ri Y si B Academy students learn of the opportunities afforded by in the intricacies of library procedure. that will be help- a working library. The girls have found a ready helper ful when the doors have closed on their high school years. in Sister Mary Berenice. who has trained an active staff 13 1 ffiq . -. JN 'ir'-f H' :Q fgyar I Q-,,, s ai Q x 5 .LS- i'z , I . " 1 .1 5. i. img.. 2531 v tg. ,A ? 5 M 5 QQ Q F , fn M 5 ' Q' an q .- , , . 0 . .ak , ,.,,,, N '13 ' ' 'Si , .iw-ff if 132 L if ,gk . - 'ill 6. - V M 9 ...N sv X Q P . f , .. 1 M iff i 3 mg! 54 V, W. ...,....,,, iyg S Q 3 v -ff' Q Y 'j f gmt X K , Lf x 1 .5 '. Q t X , 1 f 2 x, , Q ' V 7 - W . wigs s A -5,1 . f, ,u M ,,,,, . ft: I nw k fl . 5 3 'Q f 'L tif. ' Gallo wzicferw. Gilbert K. Chesterton smiles approvingly upon these fourth-year English "poets," who are enjoying the fruits of their creative efforts. "XX'l1zlIewt Int' the Nlilllllll slut' ix cleslinecl to lill . . at wiclel lxnowl edge ul Ciotla wmltl ls Nllll' In lllillxl' llel l'l'2lllll' the puwel' :mtl lllzlic-Nix ul lls l.t'L'ztlm'. llie stlellcc-r.: mzillle- llllllllx. biology. c'l1elnisl1'y. plmysiu, :tml gettetzll salt-lice lllllfitllltt' llu' Nlllill'Ill lu ll lilllillvss XX'flIlllL'l'-Wlllltl ul lllMUX'l'l'l mul new 2lXX'1llxL'lllllgN. There is awakening within each .lrt student .1 new found ability to perceive beauty in line and grace in movement. Here we see them portraying these through the use of various mediums. 3 I I 0 Cf!!! l"U5Al'llUII il'l'l UU!" il5AUl". J The General Science lflalns. under the watchful eye of Sister Mary lion Secours. discovers the multiple won- ders of science. Here ai few freshmen delve into the mysteries uf sound. 'fi' 4. 5 W ,i ' A 1 . f fi, bug 535 lip :Vw 'A Q To study the exciting Story of lraullm' is one of the leading projects of first-year English. Sister Maury Richard and some freshmen enjoy the posters .uid dolls which the girls lmvt' repi'oducei.l. lht' iuinil ol tht- lit-slmviu is hlletl with pill l'l"llI!C'N :tml ttlieitslics the lint thzit limvtwci flt-tl t'xlwt'tlJtlItt. She is Iltlllllllg inure thziu si humhlt' ll1'l' hegituiitig iuzix hc, tht- high itlczth little gill 1lllt'IllIllilIg to gimp. Ullll hlllJlJlil'5SL'll att lJt'lui't' her 'ire tvortli strixiug lui. Su with twriitlt-iiiiciit, :ill the tiizils zuitl ttihtllzitions N he this thouglit in mmtl xht ht 'gim to tlctcloli thc must tutltitt tu hti htxt tt it Shi tllLLllllllX it XlllllL'S1lIltl tzilcnts qitcu hcl' ht hai i't't':ttoi' mints tht ti IIIIIIIQ thtt tht iutlxu hit um hc 1 1 'R 'S Ifrant mu: Margaret Dempsey. Kathleen Brown. Margaret Carlo. Ethel Coffey. Suzanne Cooley. .loan Brodfuehrer. Rosemarie Bayuse. Mzirgaret Crane. Secoml ron: Kath- erine Colern. Elizabeth Cuddihy. Margaret M. Davis. Katherine Barnes, Joan Aguglia. jean Brosnan. Carol Battaglia. Thinl mir: Sheila Coughlin. Virginia Chrehan. l,altricia Camphell. Nlaureen Callahan. Nancy Benson. Margaret Burke. Wiliiiat Brown. Vera Cooper. Maureen Canney. lwfwfffflflrz llmm' llmml l'lf',sl1lf'11l.x Romu IB: NllllQ,llll'l Nlzux llaxis llfllllll Hi: lflllllllt' fizlslxi l'rnuf nm: joan Downey. Edith lfaltisko, Ann Di Giainhattista. Sheila Dennehy. Hanna Driscoll. Viola Gardner. Joanne lfitzer. Alma Duggan. Srcuml run: Johanna Gaslce. lVlaureen Gatta. Nlarlenc Gehen. Loretta Glavcy. Mary Ann Fitzgerald. Marcella Donohue. Carol l7innegan. Mary liord. Third mn: joan Duffy. Anna Devaney. Eleanor Glair. Ethel Gildea. Margaret Gal- legher. Rosemary Gorman. Donna Hall. lVlarie Feldman. vs Two freshmen are greatly absorbed in the mechanics of the promissory note. one of the many points taught hy Sister Mary Felix in Introduction to Business. 5-Q ' i . vu 1' 1 F! lfrnnl nur: Nlau'g.n'el Kaine. Patricia: Kelleher. Milfy' Lou joyfe. Nurizxe Krieglmnm. Teresa Healy. Catherine Ham- l'ill1.lH. Nlalry Alice Kane. Patricia Jennings. Svcnml ruxv: Roberta Ehinbodz-n. Ivilaline l'l1ll'!'lgil!1. luis Knapp. Ann llnrrington. linrlmrzl Hartley. Jeanne Hearn. Judith johns, Fthnen Hnre'1. Tliinl ron: Shirley Harrington, Nancy Hurt. fflare llalsselhnek. jenn Kelly. Nlalrgalret Her- Iihy. Margaret Kelly. Katherine Kelly. Marion Hughes. 'ltun Kl'JlWF7y'li. l'rr'.xf1nlr11l llfmff Hmm! l'n'.w1lf'll!s Ruffin IT: Nunu Nzlwwix I Rumi: IU: .Xlznx lznnv llilllltll l'mul ron: Sally Milligan. Shirley Naples. M-ldtilillil Murray. janet Mlll'FJly'. Shirley Nondy. Suzanne O'Con- nell. Nlalrie 0'l5rien. jc-:ln Nlnrie Leahy. Kathleen Nlallnne. Sl'l'UIltl run: Nlnry Ellen Nloraln. Ruth Lynd. Nlzlrinn Nl.irtin. Ann Mcpnrtlnml, Rita NlclVl:lhon. Kathleen Nlahoney. Paltricial lvlfcifillll. Nlnureen Nlzlluwlm. 'lv,liYKl nur: IEll7ill1l'Ill Mt'I.alllgl1lil1. Patricia Nlalrinn. Nalnfy Nalssing. Dolores Kwialtkuwski. Arlene Lonms. Alberta Mnllenhotf. Colleen Mrffnrmick. Joanne Nlcfflnin. Helen Milrllll. Front row: Barbara Perrelli, Mary Catherine O'Donnell, Ellen Power, Shirley Reelancl. joan Roll, Joanne Prior, Sheila Ryan. Patricia Russo, Janet Robinson. Second row: Marilyn Pohverari, Margaret Pitt. josephine Pitt. Ann Price. Ann Ryan. Leona Ratkowslci. Maureen O'Neil. Third row: Mary Pache. Rose Ann Scanlon. Eileen Alden, Elizabeth Riley. Joyce Regan, Ann Riordan. Dianne Piper. Beverly Rcpman. Carol Redmond. Front row: Kathleen Songcr. Margaret Slim-lian. lVl.lrian W3tCFlT0llS0, Barbara Zakrison. Mary Jam- Trainor, Kathleen Weir. Ann Zilliox. Sally Zukowslci. Agnes Schichtel. Second row: Marilyn Tilfany. Margaret Shields. Jeanne Tuhridy, Helen Ziomek, Rita Swcenvy. Patricia Sullivan. Mary Schamherger. Tliinl roar: Rita Wierzhowski. Dolores Spahn. Mary Schibler. Joan Schwartzott. Margaret Wzilsh. Carol Schmitt. Mary Schreiner. Lorraine Slconieclzi. 'N, omorw egm fo Sad dw eigkfa. Vcni. Vicli. Vici could truly he the motto of these Latin II students. With Sister Mary Pierre's assistance. they are developing a lesson plan in indirect discourse. I In mln :mm ululc luupi .mil ll1NIll ul unix il ix lu al IN stu lun num! an cam- :mil xlu' lms much work. llns nulwl lraum ni nl umml nl ilu aIim,i IlI.lI 4 mi 1lXtl tl mm is IIINIJIIIII, 1 lmlh In-:telic-1' zmcl slmlenl. 1 ill slezulx program Innings Illi- aml vu msn ui luul lin lui xi ll ul IlllIl.l mlnmlul giml lll.lI muill alma-1. n is 4 s u lJ1l'un u n Tlmoioukhly engiossnd hut obviously enjoying their y lllll ' i m s 1 m I is 0 t 1 s IS wr Business Arltl1m0tlL tluse sophomores endeavor to solve is otlur umstrugtmns md theorrms 1 problem with the help of Miss Kruze. 69 l .KL ..,h , :N E V ,A ' , VV 1 ? :Il . we i as A A .p . A, 1' , - yy x E L a 1,, ' U if iq, UW 3 'sn SS' il 11,1- ' fnw, mf 9 s ,f Q 4' 1 . .f r 1-I m f WTF - L r Q ... CDf'l'DlVF USE, UICS RQ2EGfi5l57 555551 J gl Siem-r Nlary cllillllllil iutroclurvs her students to thc Span- ixh languagc. and with lllt' lwlp of "la lVlzlLlrc do Dios" lllvy SlIffl'l'tl. 13 Front row: Alia- Hillcry. Pntrifia Kc-nn04.ly. Patricia Hyrirlc. Marry Ann Lewis. lVlargarut Lawsun. fxlilll' l..l- paru. Elizalwtlu l.0mas. Nlary Ann Kane. Svcunzl run: Margarct Kurfh. Nanry I1-ary. Nancy KL-llulwr. Nlargarct Hillcry, Carol Lyman. Maz'g.u'ct KL-lly. jmvplmim- Kalinowslwi. Margarut llullamd. 'I'l1ir4l mn. Barbara jnycc. Mary Howard. Juan I4-ary. Row Lamlwrix. Phyllis l.am'. Marian l.4-ahy. Arlcm- Kotarslca, Phyllis Kraus. 'flu-rua Kapinos. Nflflllfllllflll' llfmn' lfwfwl l'n'mlf'nls Kumar II: Nauru lrzux Rmnu IH: .XIlgK'lllll' Xlalma Fran! nur: Virginia O'C0nnm'. Sally lVlcCormiclc. Nlary O'Lvary. Margarvl McCarthy. Amw lVlcGratl1. Annu Nlycrs. Nlarilyn Oring. Nlary Offunnor. Dornllmy lVl.1lu-y. Scfunzl nm: Maury' lVlnzux'cle. Katl1les'n Nlattimurc. Patricia Murphy. Ellen O'Hcarn. Janet Molloy. Nlary Ann Ma- honey. Juno Milligan. Nlartha Miller. 'Illini mu: llarbara lvlalssvll. Nlaurven Nlcformicla. Theresa Nowak. Nlary lVlfCarthy. Rl3!iQ'l1l1lflQ' lVlcNamara. Patricia Nlillarcl. Rose- mary NlcKilwbin. Carol lVl:lcDonald. KilIl1lL'k'l1 lVIfG0w:u1. -rw 5 r I Y J' 5 Q ' it it 06 0 K 7 t o W1 ' ,xv-. -1 if .., j Q , f ,f 1 5 1 ' . 6 3 "Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it . . . ?" asks Emily Webb as she takes her place among the dead. The English III class appreciates Thornton Wilder's endeavor to por- tray the human dignity of mzln and the nohilitv of life itself. Um Htlllltl IHUI IIIIIQIIH lllll loin xxllnlrlu lx Nlll not Jltllltl lu ltlltlh' Ill'll ilu- wurlt wht' lru 4 1 , , 4 lm hull lnnslu-tl: :mtl llml vlmlt IN Il llu lm xt n ul hu slitting IN w won to lJt'Qlll' 1 ul Illt mul Nha is QIHNIIILQ Ill UXX'lMlUlll :tml :nge :mtl M1 utllt htllt tgllst Cu jumts hllu wonder ll tht Thi Lltm Amerlt III nltlons provide an interesting study In luty of tha. Ruins C lthsdrll fhty are hippy to It lrn for the qplrnsh ll tl1ss who ht-Conv: better :lcquninted thlt work for its rutor mon is now under vs ly with tnt people of these tountries. .... culg it is--1 ,W 'vw I"rm1l ruir: Ruth Dougherty. Ursula Helter. Rosemary Chase. joanna D'aIlesandro. Ruth Beilmann. Charlotte lialorick. Frances Cilano. Second rout Mary Coyle. Phyllis Doherty. Mary jane Biddlecome. Joan Anstett. Dolores llurlw. Marguetite Crotty. Mzlritmn Benz. 'lvllirtl ron: Patricia Clark. Nlafry Coonly.'judith Denzel. Marilyn lilies. l.uciIle l'rarntz4. Ptgnes Cleary. Angeline Cogfgina. , 1 1 ' r , I, f ' f l' L I , P' ' u x' , IIHIUI' llffmw lfmml f'n1ml1'rllx , 2 1 , ltlllllll I: Rlzlll lbougllcllx Ronin fi: Rulll lluutlx fron! run: Ann jcnnison. Patricia Godua. Loretta Kawa. Patricia Driscoll. Carol Germann. Norma Hayes. Rita lfinuczme. Second ruir: Patricia Kanick. Ruth Houck. Patricia llinn. Mary Ann Hayes. Eileen Hannon. Mar- garet lieldmann. Mary Jane Guizzotti. Third mu: Patricia We 1 i Svc? To recreate beauty is the aim of these art students. and f I lljeiffdiligence under Sister Mary Thomas' instruction is Downvy. Nlary Duggan. Audrey Haker. p8IFl'lil'x'j,1Q?O ,f reapinlg its reward. A Mary Dowey. Bertha Gates. Joan Kelly. I 4 ff 'f ' 1 Qwafawe K w1..'Hi36laf, lfrnnl run: lhvlm-vw Nlcllllrcltcr. lVlonic4l Kwialkowskgl. Alina- l,a-iflll. JAIl1l'l lVlcKcnnal. Maury' T, lVl4lllon. Annu lyll'lJOI'llH'll. 'loan l.4lwl0y. S4-mm! run: Junc Mill1All1y'. l1.Il'lLll'.l ML'cl.lI'llly'. lVl4lrg.lrcl Nlvlv. Nlalrixlnnc K1-lly. llllI1llN'll1 lVlrC.urtl1y. Carolyn lVlcKihlwin. Thinl mu: qlll.Il1Hl' Kvlly. llorutlmy l.n-ary. Nlyrnn 1.1-dwun. 'lalnct Mrllmmx-ll. Rs-gis lVl.lflJm1.llLl. lVl:lrg:lrvt Klipfcl. fllllllfi llumr lhmm l'n'xl1lf'rllx llumn lv: Xlllli' RVQLIII liwfull Ui l.lbIILIIIll' XX lrlwlllllwr l'rm1l ron: M.l1'y' li. Nlullvn, Nancy Riordzm. Nlalry Ann Ru-vu. Annu- Nl. Nl'L'l1-Ill. lrvnc Pamfil, Cflzlru Palnfil. Slwnrzll rms: c:ill'0l Nolan. Milfgilrl'l Rcdding. Roscnmric l'nru-llin. Gloria! Urlqlndu. Ann Pcrry. Joan Pctcrs. Third run: juno Navnglm. Juno! Ruscnlmhn. Mary Ellen O'Con- nur. lVl.1ry Ann Nowak. Ethel lVlurtl1n. lVlonicn Quinn. llvgalm. l e 5 K x 5 Frunl ruw: Nancy Wallsh. Rita Wriglut. Lorraine Wit'ken- hiser. Jacqueline Trauscht. Joan Weisenbiirg. Armanda Sperduti. Securul row: Charlotte Wise. Arlene Hojnicki Jeanette Turner, Margaret Nlahany. Callista Wfhite. Marietta Kelchin, Maureen Weir. Third row: Rita Swiatek. Dorothy Head. Joan Nlellody. Norine Wznlslm. Frances Toomey. Dorothy Zawadzka. Norma Zwick. Front row: June America. Ann Ryan. Georgiana Scanlon. Kathleen Barr. Phyllis Schuster. Theresa Flanigan. Second row: joan Smith. Mable Batt. Mzlrie Brady. joan Shanks. Norma Schmelzinger. Norine Schmelzinger. Third row: Joan Schlehr. Florence Siudzinski. Theresa Schnell. Bitlca. Mary Sheehan. Mary Scanlon. 55.29 +.., rv! f, Q Delving into the these industrious important elemen maze of Cicero's oratorical passages. juniors prove to us that Latin is an t in our mental development. W1 , wmmw-iecllmfi 'wi-wzir Qniom nfoy fAe jruifo ln lll1'llL'Illl ul K'XQ'll sl'llllll' lllL'lL' is ll iiiiiiglul l.c-ling nl lizilmpiiicss, sullllw :mil lmlmv: lllllllll' iicss. lin-czilisv llll'QH1ll lm wliilli slim' lizis mnlcml sn IUIIQ is now willim llCl'gl'1INll1NUIIHW. liuallisi- lim liigli siliuul clznxs will small lim- fm-i :incl lim Tlu-so sludi-nts of Inu-rlncdintv Algvhrn ll'2lI'I1 to solve dimrult distnlwv prohlvms: hut the skill and ill'l'llI'ill'y which the-y ncqnirv is 1-vvn nmrm- ilnpnrtainl. Iiiivmirngcd hy Mother Mary -login. tlu-sc students :irc The color and roinzmcc of the Spanish world is hroughl rapidly la-:irning ilu- lfrunch language. Tlu-y arm- looking to these girls who are studying the Spanish lAII1glI4lgl' and .ul Paris. thx' rvntvr nl' lirm-nth Culturr. culture for thru' yvzirs. . Zh of flair joif :nam stlnml lIll'llllS will tlumw unlt-lx st2lllt'lL'll IJSllllNI :mtl lmlme. that the filllllfllli training :mtl vcliltzllirui she has 1't'u'1xt'tl will l'L'llL'tl llwlllsc-lu-s xvllvll slit' Ialws lien plant- in lllt' wlxicc ol lu-I God mul lim' m-iglmlmlp Through the study of physics. scientific mysteries are rlnrified by Sister Mary Peter. Here the girls observe the inclined plane as it does "w0rk". l l , K , Wnitiiig expectantly forthe next words of dictation. these Sister Mary De Angelis aids the students as they typt Students of the Shorthand II Class show their eagerness to their shorthand notes. Soon these girls will do similar become to"1oz'i'ow's business women. work in the business world. 20 ra ualea 0 7949 CI ASS OFFICERS Lvft lu right: Sccrctary. Elaine Faust: Prcsidvnt, Nlnry Alicc Schultz: Vice-P1'c:'idcnt. Katherine Sullivan: Trann- urcr. Aim Hnnzmn. .XII llu' luwnlsulu-s mul luis ul llllL'1' lUllllJll'll wnu lzulc into Iulgclllllluwx :ls llu' NlC'llX Nlll- . 1 , all-nl u':ulu'a lu'1 llllllllilll' gmail. than ul lwanming an sc'nim'. llu' wniol luis no llllll' lm' lIL'llll1ll'lll'N, lm Iu'l ilzlys aiu- hllcml with llu' l'Xlll'K'l2llllf ul glilllllillllill :uul Ilu' KlK'lL'l'lIIllI2lllUlI lu nmkv lu'l llllill XCQII 1lu'lullu1:uulnummmplcu'puwlmlv. SODA? ITY OlflfICIiRS Lvl! tu right: ,I-l'Cilhlll'l'l'. lictty lVlcGinla-ya Svcrvmrir.-n. Clare Kuclulcr and Nlaric Hughes: Prcfccl. Patricia llrccn. KE-N-QUIL OFFICERS Lvl! In right: 'I'l'C'kl5llI'l'l'. Donna Ilmmluu-1 St'x'l'PlAll'y. Mill'y Wi-iglmx: Prcsidcnt. Ann Hannon: Vick'-Prvsiclciut. M2ll'y Augvr. mi--.,-N. - Y - -"M" -' rw 'Hunter . 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IIONAIIIIIC I I ISI Seneca: Slrcct ,Sl.,IIm1f1'4l ,INIIIFIIIIF .XIAIYRX R. III'NKI,I', 60 ,xIll'lll'I2l Strccl Hrrl-Y lfumilv ff"H"gI' G K. l'.l,l.l'.IN la. I-.KR.M.Hl'.R 39 Indian Clmurrlm Road :hu l1llf.I':Z'llllgl'liSl ,lrurlrrnir l-ll..XlNI'1 R. lf.XI'Sl' N5 liaison 5ll'Cl'l Illlll ilu' lfUungc'li.xl Cullrgz Elm' cz. I-in 51 Mount Ycrnun I'lau'c luhn lll1'I'f1'ullg1'li.xl .'II'lllll'lllf! MARY I.Ul7 Ifl l'M4I'1R.Xl.h 2025 Slcwusun Slrccl '1'7l'wl ffullrgr l'.Xl'RIlll.X .L l"l'l'ZGlllBONS N23 SCIICCLI Struct Sl 'l'r'1 mu .'l'1llIl'Illi1 lll".l,l-.N Nl, l4R,XNKl,IN IGN Clliulgu S111-cl ' 'gf .lrflclcruil Nl.KRIl", ,L I-'l'I.l.l-.R 97 DllCI'Sll'ilI Hlrccl rn l,I1'1':Z'llllgl'li.!l .l1'1nl1'mir lllil.I'lN l-Xl INN-llI"R 25 Hllnlllll Struct Ullll Ihr' l'f1'nngr'Ii,xI fjullrgr XII P,l.l.I'.N 1.1 .AININ I6 Slcxcmou Slrcct 'l'l1um1lx .lquimu Lllllfgl' -IPAN 31.1-OOUWI 71 Uulll Sll'CL'I . gnu lnulrmirg ,ll'..XN U. lLRl'll'1Nl- IHB N1ill'iCIllUlll . 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Tlwnms .'1llVlfHI1,S .lrnrlfmi 1, 4uu1i' dfi. 405' 'Air an lib KIEAN D. JFFFERS 86 Lockwood Avenue llulv l'umilv .-Iuulelniz Gl,liNNA NI. KIOSIZPH I803 South Park .-Xvenllc llulv f'xtIlllllY College l'XllRlCl.X A. KAISFR 57 Winslcaul Road Um' Lnrlv ffl l'1'r'tmv lfvllfgf I HIQRI-XX Ii. R.Xl.lNOWNRI llti Huill JXXCIIIIC Sl. .Hmmm lfullrgef XIXRILYN ul. R,-XNINIIQRICR 3507 St'Ilt'l'1l Strrel Nl. Iinrm:'e'r1lurf' fltlllflllll' lzl,Il.nXBlz I H .-X. lx.'kNl. Sli llzmling Roald Sl,,lll1ln'1n1' lfnllrge IJOLURIQS l,. KICIIIHIN Srl I'4uxm'c I'urLwzu Nl. 'I'f'r'1'sf1 ,'l1'l1!lt'IIlll' GLORIA .L klQl,l.F,R 293 Bullis Road Sl. lvlllflflll de Paul flnllrgr 'QWQP A M api Sf. 'lxl'l'I'Nll -av 1 Xl.XRl-,Xl-llil' KENNICIH' 675 Hopkins Slrccl Igullm lfnllrgf' lil-iRl'Rl7llli NI. KUCZNI.-XRSKI 72 Rum Sll't'Q'l Jllllllflllff' CIARIQ ,-K. KUEBIJQR H0 .xI4ll4il'll I'Iuu' .'ll'IU1l'IIlil' . Ilnlnrmw IILXN Nl. l.l-QXRY lllfi ROLIIIULQ' l':nl'ku'any lfullrgf' C.liR.'Xl.lHNli NI. LYNCH llI5 Xlckinlcx I'nrLwnx' Urn' l.urlv uf l'f!'lllI'Y lfullrgf' NI.-XRY 'l'. LYNN 57 I':ull Plan' Sl. 'l'l'l'1'xl1 Cullcge NIARfi.KRl".'l' I.. Nl.u1Il0N.'Xl,IJ H55 We-min' Sire-el Sf.f:l'llll11 lfnllege' .l.xc:Qlfl-11.154141 xmczk H53 llznxling Roan! Nt. .-lmlmm' ,'1l'lll1f'lllif SI. IIIUHIHI flrmlrlllif SHIRLEY NI. XI.-KCKEY ISIC? YUIIIII l':ll'L .Mcnllc Nl. lfzlgizl 'IIIHIWIIIII' NIARIIXN R. NIAIIONIQY 29 I'm'lI:1mI .XXUIIIIC Xl. 'I'hunmx .'Irluil1r1,x Collrgr' VIRGINIA .-X. NIAKEY T0 Coolidge Ruud YI. 'l'lmnms JIIIIIIIIIIA .'1l'1lIII'llIIl' NI.'IRl.ARIi'I' M. NI.-XRTIN IIN Nfnrkinanw Street SI. Brigid .4rnrI1'mit' NI.-XRY I". NIA'I'IiCK.X IDT HIlCI'lICI' .hcnue Sl. luhn lillrllllwl Cnllrgf' S.XI.I,Y A. NIA I"l'IM0RI5. IG5 Whiliic-III .-Xu-mulls Hulv l"an:ilV :I1'arI:'lr1ir NI.-'IRION .-X. NICIJONNIQLI. IIIQ I'ric-Q AYCIIIIK' llnlv fumilv lfullrgr I'.-X IRIIIIA NILIGICIQYICR I-I2 I'e:lIunIx' 5Il't'Cl I gn, W' I'.I,IlAl5Ii'IIl I.. 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'I 4'l1'wl II I':nllI I'I1u4- 13.41,-Q I'X I IiICiI.X NI. U'flUNNIzI.I Ill Ilucwxau I'I:uL- Sl.lnllllll1:'l'.I'1lllg1'Iixl lfnllrg PX I RICIX X, KHZONYUIQ Sl. 'lnrrrm III!! LQIILN XXVIIIII' l1IIlfI'Y XI U IIUNNII I 4 'IG C'umln-rI'nmI Xwnm- Sl, VIIIIUIIIIIA .Iquirnls lfnllf 1. fulfrg I'.X l'RlCZl X Xl. U'NlflI HIGH lgilll Sll'l'i'l llnlv l'nnnlx' lfnllwggm .IANIQ CI. ORINC. N911 South I':n'k .Kwanza- Nl. gll'!IllI'II l.'ullr'g1 KIOAN K.. PIQRKINSUX 'III Nlzkinlcx I':ll'ku:ux llulv Ivllnflv lrmlrmir SHlRl.l-XY .X. R XSI' llfl 5L'llt'l'Ll NIl'l'1'l l'r:n1'l1'vullnlx'II4'ljn'lx luulwllif XIXRY li. Rlilili I I-INN' Xl ll IGH lfulgcl 5ll'L'i'l IlIlfYl'1IIHf,X' f'1llfl'.Ql' Nl Xl'Rlil",X .X. RICHIDIXK. I OX 657 .Xlrlmll Roald Sl. 'I'hu1nm .Iquium .lfllllflllft 'I XXIKII-1 Ii. RICISII-1RIIlJl,l IHSI SL'IH'llI Slum-I l"u1nl:'1'fllInlX'llrlfu'1x If Iltlfllllli ILXIIIRYN ID. RUNIII ISU fzlllllll .xXt'lllIl' sf.'l'll1llIIIlX lquinm lullrgr NI.-KRG.-XRli'l' li. ROACH 36 N0l'Ill1lll Avenue SI. 'I'f'r rm lfnllrge JOYCE KL. ROI.l. 7 Oakdale l'I:lc'e SI.Allll1fl'!l lIull1'g'1 KLIQRTRUDIC M. SAUI, H2 Ifulgc-r Slrccl llulv IVamil,x' llullrgr IDIS rl. SCHLPIHR 80 Iiawmmlzulm- ,xY1.'lllll' SI. ll'Illiml1 lfullrgr M.-XDONN.-X NI. SCHM.'X'l'X ll-I liloomlield AYCIIIIK' Hnlv l'IlllIilY ,'!'lHIf'lllil JUAN .-X. SCIIMICIJINIQICR IX!! AIIIIDPI Sire-cl llulv lfamilv ffullrgr ALICIQ ll. SCHMIDIJ-'. IBAI7 Union Ruud lfnllrlrfrl Hnlx' l1r'lfu'rx lfollfgz' MARY .-X. SCHUI.'I'l 99 Norwoml JXYUIIIIK' SS. Prim' mul Paul lfnllrgz' CI,-XROII, Il, SCHI'SII'.R 20 Sag? fhmllu' Nl, I'rlz'xu 'IIIIIINIIIII MARY KL, SH.-XI,I,0l-l -HH CIIIIIIICIIZIIIII .Mn-:nw NI. 'I'hnnmx ,Iquimu lnllrgr l'Rlh4 ZIl,I.vX NI. SIIIELDS 5llllIIlWl'NIC'lIl Iiuulmzucl, KIHIIZIIII I'QllIx Vnliril v I1 IIIIVIIIII SKY I INK SIRI XNNI IIII Ukrll '5IIt'1'l NI, Imlumr Iuulrmlr " 1' IiI'.I I'Y NNII I Il Sl Ilnllsumnl 'XXUIIIH' SI. .Ilrlltin fffllrlg IZA I III'.RINI: X, SHI I II Ifnti Whillwlul Xwnm' lluly I-nmilv .lrfnlrmif INDI URIAS XI. SNIIIII ISU llnllxmuul Munn- Sl,,II1lllIl1 flrllrg III'.I.I'.N I- SNII I II TI IVUCNIIIIIN' XNFIIIIK' I-uruIr'r'n llnlv llrlfrrzx lfullwg HICLIQN F. SMITH ll! Woodside .henue llulx' lwrrrilv .IrMla'mir Z, W ,M ffm My Sll RI.IzY M. SMITH 127 liuifum Street Sl. lnlm Ihr' lfl'llHg!'Ii.Xf .lulrlfwfic ICIAINIC A. 5l'liNlll'lR 2093 Scncuu Srrccr Sl. 'l'f'r1'wl .lrullrmif liR,U1lf, M. STICIN I52 Ilirflm .xYl'lllIl' Sl. lnlm the lfI'Illlg1'lfAl .flllllfilflff AIPANNIC bl. Nl lCI'H.XN IUI Carlyle Avenue M. .Hurlin Cullrga HlCl,l'1N A. SIUIDIDARH El l'1u'kvicw Avenue Sl. lulm lln' lf1'llllgl'Ii.XI ,lrfulrmir I5l'lX'liRl.X .L 5l'l.I.lYAN 67 Rell jacket .KYCIIIIC Nl. 'l'1mnm.x .lllllfllilk ,lmrlzflllir k.KlkI'll'1RINl',M.SINl.l.lX,XN QI Stevenson Street M, Tlmnlm .Iquimn College 1 . '2 0 fi 1 l'.l.ll.KI5l'.IIl NXYI'IP,NI',X 37 Scnnimnlv lhlrkum Nl. I www: iznrlrmiz I.I,URl.K Il. NXYI IHRR TI Summit .XXCIIIIC I'r:lnIw'u llvlwv llrljwn .!mrlr'1ulr NI.XRU,KRl'l I' M. l'll0N1I'SON D8 Prim .hvlulc Ilulr I-umilx' lfnllrgl' SHARON l, l'l'llH,.H1Kl'.R 9 xillfN0lNl l'laI4'l' V. Nlulm Iln' l':Z'llllgl'li.Xl f.'UHl'gl' 'l.KNli M. XQXIS I ULN .WI l.nuiwi:mu 5ll'l'l'l NI. lfllglll Il'1llII'HIl,l' -ll',.XN K. YXSIUIMK IW! I.Ulli5i2lllil Sllccl Sl. lhvgifl .lmflrmir l.XNlaI .L W.XI.I.,Kl1I-1 36 COIIIIIIIHIN .XXCIIIIC llulx' 1',1llllflX' lfullrgz' .l.KNl'Ql I., Wl'.,XX'laR IN Whillivlml .XYCIIIIC lluly I-'nmilx' l.r1lIr,qz' 171 Imran XXCIIIIL' V. llmrfmx lrlllillflx f,ffllr"'1 NIIIRIIW Xl. NIIIIKNIS lil xxvlNIlllll'Nl lllixm' Nl. llmlfn lfllllflllfl XI XRX X. HRH-Ill ls lumen XXCIIIIK' Xf..l,fIPll!1 lllltlfllll-I WILLING MERCIENNE WORKERS St'dft'tlI Marian McDonnell. Patricia Crowley. Glenna Joseph. Betty Ann Kane. Mary Cotter. Standing: Ger- aldine Lynch. Margaret Clampet. Helen Franklin. Mary Auger. Mary Wriglmt. Margaret Martin. joan Schmel- zinger. Other faithful In-lpt-rs: Janet Weax'er. Mary McManus. Katherine Sullivan, Ann Haley. Ann Han- non. Helen Gallegher. Beverly Sullivan. Jeanne Greene Priscilla Shields. Jean Jeffers. Clare Kucbler. jean Vas mla. Jane Vastola. Annamae Hughes. Marie llllgllllx Dolorita Devaney. Santina Sirianni. Catherine Smith Betty Jean Smith. ur Czlzrififmad ag euiewzi flue Quief peace "And they sang likt- .mga-Is." This was llw gem-ral opinion when two lovcly young ladies, Ellen Galvin and Joan Nlcllody. dressed in the garb of two hi-avcnly hosts, clclighted the audience with thc strains of thc carol. "O Holy Night." 'Navi I CLF!!! Aedlfyllf JO? O! MfAAA8I'lfl. Mary Lou Fitzgerald. Katherine Sullivan. Patricia Fitz- Y gibbons. Eileen O'Donnell. Clare Kuebler and Alice Schmidle discuss the probability of seeing "the Blessed l,orcl's Nativity." un their way to Canterbury. Ill llll' :annual iillllNllIl2lN Ibllglillll. lllt' immune Illtllvllsllllt'lJt'2lllINLlllilgluljIll ll1t'l1zllixilyscc'llt' am' xnully l't'p1mll1wcl. llus pmx'ulc's lu lllt' lm-nlmlnws ul llu' cast an Ulllllifllllllll In malta' SCCIICN lvlixt' upon ll1t'SlllQl'. llilll ul llu- iXll'l'iX Nllltlt'lllN' curliculllm is lllc slutly ul lll'lllll2llltS. ll plaxs za Illlilfll' mln- Ill llu' lllNIllIlllUll ul young wmm-11. as ll zlllurcls llmcm training in poise, l,Ql'llCt'. aml st'll'-umlrul. lllcst' lt'2IlllllIgs holla In lmm a llltllil' lmalamt-ml smial living. Uvmlc-1' aml Nt'Clllt'lIt1'. lllllJL'lllllYt' in lllc' llllllllll. ran lx- cllvmlixt-ly ll2lllNlt'llL'tl In gin' an l1i'Ilt'l'IJ1'llHI'Ill1lIHl' In ilu' cllamzl ul lllc. During thc Christmas Pageant. live Cll0l'lSIL'l'S. Anno Hannon. Margaret lfcldmann. Janet Weiseimbtlrg. Betty Kane and Ann Perry chant that time-favored carol, "Adostc Fidclisf' ontrcating the faithful to "come, let us adore Him. Christ thc Lord." 49 llrollmvr Gvorgv Sk'llllHll'l'. onlwlancling spvalwr and cdltur of ffallmlu Aullmrx, l'l1lK'Tl-llllh 'lanc Oring. Nlaryazm Ricdy. Mary O'Cnnnor. and llolorila llcvanvy. who holpcd make thu- Library meeting so successful. 6 Tl0ll0 .FQIKQSQ i - X fp 0' fa Xxx 99 4 X 31. 4 K 9 I 4 .M J X a Yfffj a Q . f f .i All If' -, ww , Mary Coflcy shows Mrs. W. T. 0'Rourku. wifc of tha: Assistant Diructor of uhm- llulfalo Public l.ll'1rary, the alcl1icvcl1u'l1ts ol thv Svnlor English stu- dents in their display of thc RL-vival of Catholic Litcralurm- in England. Mwry Recktenwalcl and Miss Catherine Nolan hbr1rtan at Miss Lucy Murphy. Chairman of the Conference. Mr. h Phells 1nd Lorraine Wickenhiser, admire tht- l h FI ntors Comp1rltive Studies of Catholic Authors." mg I uholit Pit-ss Nloulh, Nlouut Nlvru fs st to thc lYL'slCl'll New York filllltullt . . 7llliCl'L'Ili'L'. The Ulll5l2lIlCllllg guest fs to lil -torgc Sclitlstcr. who spoke- In thc' 10 it lllllrlll tus :mtl to thc stutlt-nts ul Mount tu mic: lmclit-x't-s that high sclmol slu- shoultl llcklc Sl'l'lOllS Clzltlmlic' lilt-l':ltlm'. s lllXLl0lJlllQ truly cilllllllllt mimls. LX u nts. pncpzm-tl hi thc stutlc-ms llllll out school. were :lu Ulllxlillllllllg alll ts tum ol usual cntllusialstim :tml wlmlt-Y ht ulttl hlhlXuluIJL'I1tll0ll. In preparing their project. of which this is a sample, some of the fresh- men. while collecting the information. established a personal correspondence with these prominent Catholic nuthorz. By procuring and displaying over thirty diocesan Catholic newspapers. Senior English students made prac- tical the motto of Catholic Press Nlonth. "Read Wisely-Share Truth." 00 Q,i'i.i iief1 iii. Qi ingwiiwiiili i1i.1i1 ,g J.1.l1iL 01 ily!!!-5 r su'0' .1 li! 1 v ,Q i X'i"-V!-'I--W-'I-Rl- l l ga!-f?-my-I-i 7-ff I1 I 1 .f if gn arf'-f'11'1 --is wuts -1 2 ,- , -. ,af HP ffl IFQLFJ-f,,Q,'1 L 4 .mm QM 'W f 12? 7 , E' fl j x,+i , ,4,' W mtv K aw x-V. 7 , X AW : - - f 5 O V N, I IN ' ' gnnewal9w'd?5wf33' E 'sf ' f a 'Q , A if ii M I , 'if' V 6 gfi,'Q'i, 4 , 'L' .. Q U' QVPAVIL ' 0 f' ' f X' K ' - wif W' vm f A . 0 0 -3 A , Q 1 9 3 5 , 4 ' ef 'Si - f. i A , S , A I Q fi? ,s - A , . v sv """-'-'-' A "'. , V " - gg.. f :..M..,,..-w. . - - Vg . ' , . 7 - E . Www. Q W 5 ,i , . FE it V 3 A A A ? . , , , my W N Q A W """"""""x-'.:""ll!t :! .qlmuiffuxlnnnlluuuulun un nuuI1hnnnuz-x6,.....0-..- ,. Q. Y . -- Q f -1 - mf' f - I A Q: - A . ' 3, K' 'N L A .- V ' 6' 5 fl , ' Q ' SA Q fi? f H ' rl -- 1, 553 E:. . .4.' : 5,56 -2 -ET k ' - X ,wa Q 0 m, , L . M WWW X .. . ,WWW b f A - , . ., ,1fA. JLK: , ,, WNW, 1 A ' , - A ,,,'- 15. I , W -. ' ' V '- 7 W ' K " f .4 .L f,ww- W A.- . M f- N, f :1,21..4f.w , .Q lm, f-,,:m-UWA--if ff'-"+f.f3f:'vW a "k - I Q. , 'A . i U 7 'f :FK ' 12 -.,, 'N tio ,rv CU' W, f 4 Mn-lnln-rs of thu Prom Cnnmnxiltu- take tinw out from dancing to glance into llu- calm-rn. llu lllglll ul thc- Immun. which ix llu' clmmx ul Ihr Nllltll'lllN' wmizll lilv. lllkliX1'll lllil d.1u ul 1-xcilc-cl IlILIIlIlilIQ1lIlll mln-nun' rl, ilvjf ll IIIA6 nw XM mlumcrl :mal lwillul in lIN'lll'1llIli' ' ' ' ' ' Iul Imallmum until ilu- fPllhf'NIl2l plzlwml thc Imulnu xlhlillx ul "l'll Nc-1' Yun in My fxl'COIHlilllil'd b hor outhful conmnnions. Kitt Roach smiles :lftor lu-in' crowned Qum-n I Y Y I Y 5- of the Prom. Q o :tv 'n . un' no' si' Waltzing to the strains of Ellen Galvin's "Memo- ries", are Kathryn Roach. Patricia Whelan, Joy Iiay. Sharon Ueblacker. Clare Kuebler. Margaret MCMill1l3l1. Pat O'Connt-ll, and Patricia lVlcHugh. yi! ofadf 0l'l'l0l'l'l FCLIQCQ5 . . . .Xl xariuus gala SCZISOII5 ol' tht' your "ru- nuns lx-gin I0 Ili." lm' Mount Nlvrq takes aclvalilzlgtf ul llltNt' times lu lmlml llL'l' social lunc-lions. Latin, Spanish and l"l'cm'l1 claxwx liaw annual parties: anal then llwrt' alc Smlalily "gel-lugt'tl1ens." .X lllgllllglll ol this years 2lt'llX'lllt'S was lllt' llL'2lllllllll IJl'Ogl'LlIlI pl'c'pal'ctl by a group ol st-nims. 'l4llL'll' walt! 2ltilllL'Yl'll lui xltilllll Nlcrry the accom! prize in llll' XX.N.N.5.C,. X2ll'lL'll' Slmw, llit' clanu- was also imluclvtl ill our llllllllllflll Illflgllllll. The dancers glided across the stage as the delighted audience applauded them for their simple and beautiful performance. 2 on inning ur . . .jnachfionzg lmllliplml will: Clznllmlit training. Nluunl Ill0ll1t'I'S. IIKIINCN. ll'1ll'lll'l'5. at-t'l't't:ll'it's. lllllSll'l1lllN Xltnu .XIumn:u- lllt'llllxt'lal1:lw In-t-11 going into --irlfIln'm'ir1g Immanily In ilu-ir emxunzplr' and lln wmltl Im mwnlx lnllx wants In Inul "thc xlaiv rlrlwir Ilrrll llrm-3 illl'1ll'Nlllll'll In fill." mms. win-s :mtl 1948 graduates were received into the alumnae at a tea held in the spacious parlors of Mount Mercy Academy. These new members were cordially received and ac- quaintances grew over tea- cups. On the patio of Mount Mercy Academy, the grad- uates of 1948 enjoyed the warm june day. while seeing old friends, and meeting new ones. uloladmenfedl Ay fke 7W0fAeM, guifcl lczlclmvrs :mal motlwls llllclcslc-ml Ill ilu lam- nl llwn' Villlllllll clru' gm. hw u wel- IIN .ue tlllilllllbll ill tht- munllmlx lll1't'llllQ5Ul ilu- Xlfhlllll OFFICERS Lvfl to right: Mrs. Frank L. Kanick. Mrs. Cletus Weaver, Mrs. W. Byrd Perry, Mrs. Charles Regan fpresidentj, Mrs. Edward Kennedy, Mrs. John P. Dowey. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Bottom row: Mrs. Thomas Hayes, Mrs. Edward R. Kuebler. Mrs. Raymond Swit- zer. Mrs. john F. Scanlon. Second row: Mrs. Emil Peters, Mrs. Jay McCormick, Mrs. Albert McKibbin. Third row: Mrs. Boniface Smolerak. Mrs. John Nolan, Mrs. Matthew Molloy, Mrs. Patrick Crotty. Mt Ulglllllltlllilll has oulmlom' ilscll' in llilllllllllllllg 'Ny Mollie-rs' Uuilcl. ln ll slmrl llmc llns m llu mlml clcxnlupnunl ul our .nmmlcxm inf ef' 1711.46 ana! Clzeem omginie in C aw ay to-ht' lwu' . slim! ftfl' "4 ' as Ntturn itself sums hippy he-decked in its sum nur ftllllgt It is 1 proud dly too for f'm1thes Ind frttnds of tht gmdutus llow lovely tht-y look in procession! It is zu mmm-nt to rt-tm-mlwr. :I day to flu-rish. Thm- sl-niors walk under circling blossoms, held hy tht- girls who will follow in their footsteps as i I mlm tht- Ilotttt-clt'mLc'1l 'tttltcs tht grzultt ll nt tht Vlztss ll.u txt-lusts tthtth ltnttt tht' SL'IlIl'tllllI2lX ol tht-it hig 4' ltttttot 1.11, h st html t.m'i't In iss thc gt lllllilllwlti-lit' llltllltllll thctt- tilt-:mls :mtl thctt' l.lllllN llll'Il stttttwlts :tml 3 thvtt' XItlUt'lt's. Ott llllS1l4lX .t ttthtttt ts ptttl to tht' latnttltx lot its it 'ztsvlvss t-llort to 1-qttip th tottttg lzttltt-s txtth hoth thc ttttt1t.1l .tml mot tl tllfll.ltltllSlltN tlLc'L'ss:lt't lot 1t'llrllr.vt Nfllllllll III hlt' thu zttc' 1t'r'tlill1'rl I 11 jill. lmtm-tltzttt-It that this Iollows tht- ull-tltottttul ol C.t.ultt.lltmt. lht- Nlc-tu gtaultt llc tttlh tlltltl pt-ttsixc' 'ff 'E mh,ttttt t'c'm'c'ttc's hcl' tlllbltltlll .1 httlh mt tvsttmrmttx to hat wltoltsmttc' uhu lllull lmltul this ttmtlxs tht mul ol lout watts ol tllsltlltltml . 1 lllltlllSltllllllll'1'llliHlllllllN K 5 is 5 e lu-xt yv:lr's graldtlating class. 4 tsstttt-s lmlmlix ommence Oli ei! ydaluenfure. I 1 , if l , li At the altar of God, all our hopes, dreams and ambitions arc finally realized. With His Sacred Presence in our hearts we are equipped to let the light of our good example shine in whatever station of life we shall fill. The mingled thoughts of joy, sad- ness, hope and fear on so momentous an occasion are swept away by the expectation of the perfect happiness on our final Commencement Day. that will herald our entrance into eternity. 5 I i f 1 In lhv shadow nf our lllllllllflll-llt Mcvtlla-r. this greul :army of gr.adualu's incrrnsud through tln- ywlrs by clmnllm-ss others. inupirvd by the leach- ings an Mmm! M1-rcy. nmrchvs down the paths of fill' radiating pears- .md order by their faith and goodnvss. H' v Tv' 2 'P f Y 9 'ix y C X 6 'Is Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend 0l'l0l'aI'g patI'0l'l5 Most Reverend John F. O'Hara, C.S.C.. D.D. Most Reverend joseph A. Burke, V.G., D.D. Right Reverend Right Reverend Right Reverend Right Reverend Right Reverend Right Reverend Right Reverend Very Reverend Very Reverend Very Reverend Very Reverend Very Reverend Very Reverend Monsignor John Nash. V.G., P.A. Monsignor Leo R. Smith, D.D. Monsignor William Schreck, P.A. Monsignor John P. Boland, D.D. Monsignor Monsignor Edmund Britt, LL.D. Joseph E. Maguire Richard O'Brien Monsignor Sylvester Holbel Raymond Schouten, James R. Barnett, SJ. Winfred McCarthy, O.F.M. Roger Munson, C.P. john Obendorfer, C.SS.R. Reverend Godfrey Doyle, O.F.M. Reverend Francis A. Growney NVilliam M. Bernet Richard C. Crunilish John Dinneen Robert D. Duggan Martin H. Ebner Leo A. Geary Joseph M. Graeber Vincent McCarthy Joseph F. Magner Alfred Mosack Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend A Clerical Friend 61 Hubert F. Reiman Leonidas Rodriguez F. P. Ryan J. Rydz Robert C. Schwab Harry Spiesman Leo J. Toomey, LL.D Cyril I. Trevett Anthony F. Veit Wilbur Yaeger laecia! pafrona Mount lylercy Acadeiny Alumnae Mount Mercy .-Xcademy Mother's Guild Our Lady's Sodality-Senior and junior Class ol Nineteen Class ol Nineteen Class ol' Nineteen Class of Nineteen Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Breidenslein Mr. and Mrs. Leo L. Buchcit .X Friend-j. F. C. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caffery Dr. and Mrs. Matthew L. Carden Mr. and Mrs. Gratton Clampet lillen A. Colley Mr. and Mrs. james Coleman Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Conroy Albert L. Cook Mr. and Mrs. james P. Cotter Mary F. Cotter Mr. and Mrs. john li. Courtney Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Danyluk Mrs. joseph Demerle Dr. F.. I. DeWitt Mabel M. Dimmers jolm Doyle Dr. W'ilbur Ehinger M ary Lou Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. M. Ray Calvin Miss Frances Garneret Mrs. joseph j. Haley E. Hanavan, M.D. john D. Dr. and Mr. and john L. Hillery Mrs. Thomas F. Houston Mrs. john I.. Hughes, jr. Hughes, Sr. Miss Rita D. Hughes Vincent M. Hynes M r. and Mrs. Charles Kelly Hundred Forty-nine Hundred Fifty Hundred Filty-one Hundred Filty-two pa fl'0I'l5 G. N. Kennedy Evelyn ll. Kruse R. A. Lehde Myron Lucas Dr. john D. Lynch Mr. lidward G. MeKeown Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Michaels Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Muckler Frank Murphy Miss Patricia O'Boylc Mr. and Mrs. P. V. O'Connell Dr. joseph C. O'Gorman Mr. and Mrs. George O"Neill Dr. Matthew j. Pantera, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Paris Ryan, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Scheely Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Smith Mr. and Mrs. john j. Sullivan john YV. Dr. and Mrs. joseph P. Talty Dr. and Mrs. Charles Tanner john Ulrich Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Weimer Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Westermeiet Chester B. Vfhitehill Ray Zeis A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend 62 Acme Cleaners and Dyers 2113 Seneca Street Artcraft Furniture and Appliances 1890 Seneca Street Wo. 1680 Avery's Flowers Lackawanna lVo. 1010 Baunister's Pie Shop Real Home Made Pies 7 Mineral Spring Road john Bauer's Sons General Floor and Wall Contract 286-288 High Street W. H. Beale and Sons Dairy 169-171 Hollywood Avenue Harry V. Beard Painting Contractor 69 Coolidge Road Biehler's Tea Room 12 Buffalo Street Hamburg, N. Y. Blanche's Beauty Shop 1880 South Park Avenue Wo. 1816 Iloylin Bros. Campbell's Drugs of Quality l560'South Park Avenue at Good XVO. 3568 R. Coppola and Sons Groceries Car-Sal Food Market 733 Ridge Road, Lackawanna Wo. 0755 "We Deliver" Caulfield Liquor Store 391 Abbott Road Chubbs Jewelers 736 Ridge Road, Lackawanna '1'r. 625-1 Edward H. Cottrell, Inc. Cardenville, N. Y. Deans Diner 1818 South Park Avenue Dimpfls Restaurant 61 Reiman Dolan's Tavern 1112 E. Lovejoy Street Iibenezer Pharmacy 585 Main Street Ebenezer, N. Y. udinedd afronri 0l'S Elk Food Shoppe 502 Abbott Road Frank Farrell and Solis Dairy 29 Sage Avenue Frosty-Dell 982 Abbott Road W 0. 9921 Casner's 55.05 to 351 Store 731 Ridge Road Lackawanna Ca tes Drug Store 389 Abbott Road Cor. Como Avenue Genesee Bailey Drug Co. 1852 Genesee Gildea Dress Shoppe 1827 South Park Avenue For Goodyear Tires See Bates Auto Supply 2016 South Park Avenue Haake Flower Shop 98 North Ogden Cor. Ludington Street Ta. 3632 Hess Bros. 28 Main Street Hamburg, N. Y. Hoeliich Bros. 1500 South Park Ave. Hora I.. Clock Co. Watch and Clock Repair 1558 Main Street Ga. 3860 The Ideal Pharmacy 1110 E. Lovejoy Street jimmie's Market Quality Meats 306 Abbott Road Wo. 5582 joscplfs Delicatessen 1812 South Park Avenue Tr. 9638 Compliments of Joyce Flower Shop 951 Ridge Road Lackawanna Tr. 8510 jul's Beauty Shoppe 21 Ii. Chippewa Ma. S182 james T. Karnes Funeral Home 1240 McKinley Parkway Tr. 5752 Keglers Castle Bowling Center 5031 Main Street Snyder. N. Y. Kinnniclis Meats 1872 Seneca Street 1-'rank Al. Knab's Funeral Home 1213 Lovejoy Street George l.elllel' 383 Abbott Road Nl2ll'X'S llowling Alleys McLaughlin Delicatessen 225 South Park Avenue McManus' Delicatessen 1878 South Park Avenue Patriclt McMahon Insurance 758 Ridge Road Robert Ifrost Meyer 2141 Seneca Street Michel 's lfootl Shoppe 2132 Seneca Street Compliments of Mi1Ier's Bake Shoppe Moldicen Company Seneca Street Nightengale Funeral Home 1884 South Park Avenue Ray O'Connel1 2286 South Park Avenue O'Malley's Drug Store 1947 South Park Avenue Louis Omel Furniture Showrooms, lnc. 1215 Bailey Avenue Hu. 2500 W. -1. Osborne Co. Men's Apparel 734 Ridge Road Tr. 4510 Parson 's and judd 2189 Seneca Street Powers Drug Store 2111 South Park Avenue Tr. 9551 Mrs. Thomas j. Reddington 657 Abbott Road Red and White Store 187-1 Seneca Street Prop. George E. Russell Reeland's Delicatessen 1069 Abbott Road Renowden's Delicatessen 1953 Seneca Street Reuben Raines 2034 South Park Avenue Roeder's jewelry 950 Main Street. 2nd Floor lil. 2856 Rosinski 1"urniture Co. lluflalo-Lackawanna Ryan and William's. Inc. 82 Pearl Street Sci1lee's Red and White Store 1980-82 South Park Avenue Schtnelzinger's Delicatessen 1950 South Park Avenue Seifert 's Shoe Store 2461 Seneca Street Shalfer's Pharmacy 851 Abbott Road Prop. Spencer E. Shaffer. Ph.f South Park Electric Co. 22-19 South Park Aventle, Cor. Matilla 'l'r. 3687 South Park lfruit Market StigImeier's Hardware Store 1 188 E. Lovejoy Street SuIlivan's Delicatessen 459 Abbott Road 'l'. I.. Terry, Inc. 792 Seneca Street '1'hompson's Confectionery 1550 South Park Avenue 'l'hompson's Greenhouse 4858 Seneca Street Ebenezer, N. Y. 'I'hompson's Restaurant 5240 Seneca Street Ebenezer, N. Y. The Tiny Tim 694 Abbott Road W. R. Yvarboys 2457 Seneca Street Woodside Open Air Market 816 Abbott Road Yale Cleaners 1-194 South Park Avenue joseph Zoladz Lumber Co. 1400 Bailey Avenue THE BASILICA OF OUR BLESSED LADY OF VICTORY LACKAWANNA, NEW YORK We extend an invitation to all Buffalo and Western New York to visit a replica of Father Baker's bedroom and study, just as they were when he was called to his heavenly reward a little over twelve years ago. The rooms are located in the basement of the Basilica. This affords an opportunity to Father Baker's many personal friends and the host of people who knew him, to view his room and personal effects and to learn at a glance how simple was the life of the Padre of the Poor. At the same time you are cordially invited to visit and inspect the new religious goods room, which is adjacent to Father Baker's rooms. Here you will find assembled the finest assortment of religious articles anywhere in the United States, gathered froln all quarters of the earth. We'll be looking forward, then, to welcoming you at our beautiful Basilica in Lackawanna, and with very best wishes. I am, Sincerely, Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph E. Maguire, Superintendent 65 SOPHIA'S DELICATESSEN 2022 Seneca Street Buffalo, N. Y. Quality Groceries and Lunch Meats Tr. 9846 REXAIR CONDITIONER AND HU MIDIFIER MARTIN-PARRY CORP. REXAIR DIVISION 106 Prudential Building Buffalo 2, New York Phone: Washington 0267 DABB'S MARKETS 2603 Seneca Street and 1060 Englewood Avenue CROCERIES and MEATS We Deliver H. J. FINN Compliments of T1'11E'S FURNITURE 1978 South Park Avenue Where Quality Tells, Price Sells Compliments of FAGO CONSTRUCTION CO. General Constructors 400 Scajaquada Street SWEENEY 81 McGLOIN 335 Franklin Importers of Irish Linen J. S. HILBERT Quality Meats Fresh Dressed Poultry S9"0nY Dealer 1950 Seneca Street 2036 Seneca St. 2793 Seneca St Wo. 1768 Phone Tr. 9864 Phone Tr. 9865 Compliments of I-IEROLIYS MARKETS ' 325 Abbott Road 491 Abbott Road 817 Abbott Road 348 Connecticut 357 Grant Street 1844 Seneca Street 2010 Seneca Street 2117 Seneca Street 2242 Seneca Street 2448 Seneca Street 1595 South Park 1984 South Park Hamburg, N. Y. 67 MAIDY 81 SON F urriers Tr. 2003 1965 Seneca Street Dresses - Coats - Suits - Blouses Hosiery Repair Work a Specially JOHN E. ADRIAN General Contractor 592 McKinley Parkway Buffalo 20, N. Y. Tr. 6945 COODWIN'S SERVICE STATION CAS - OIL - ACCESSORIES l225 Broadway Compliments of MALONEY'S GRILL 2143 Seneca Street Congratulations! Class of 1949 ROONEY'S CLEANERS 809 Ahhott Road MADIGAN'S DELICATESSEN Ns 493 South Park Avenue SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 477 Main Street Ma. 2333 C. Benzing, Mgr. LAWANDUS FLOOR COVERINGS 482 Ahhott Road TR 0315 Floor and Wall Coverings also A Complete Line of Admiral Electrical Appliances Compliments of I The Erie Club, Inc BUFFALO POLICEMEN'S ORGANIZATION JIM FREMMING President I 69 Chemistry Business Teacher Training Education Music Pre-legal and Pre-Medical Training These Are the Specialties of ST. VINCENT COLLEGE WJ Latrohc, Pa. Fa 72lI Open Thurs. and Sal. Eve's Compliments of SOUTH SIDE FURNITURE CO. 2196-98 Seneca Street "We Make Your House a Homev Furniture - Jewelry - Appliances Joseph A. Sapowitch Slonc - Slug - Cinders - Sand - Gravel LEN SCIIMIDLE Dump Truck Service Phone Garden 67 1374 Union Road Ehcnezer, N. Y. Best Wishes from BEE DEE DISTRIBUTING CO., Inc BUFFALO, NEW YORK OLEAN, NEW YORK MERCY SCHOOL OF NURSING Under Direction of SISTERS OF MERCY HOSPITAL Abbott Road and Choate Avenue Canisius College Affiliation for basic Cultural and Scientific' Courses Bruck Uniform Company Specialists in the manufacture of Institutional Apparel 387-4th Avenue N Y Pk 16, New Y0l'k Compliments of I I I Capitol and Maxine Theatres 71 lhonc 'l'Riangle- 0094 0095 J. WINEGAR 81 SONS WM, G, MARTIN I Sim" 1382 COAL and COKE Hardware, Stoves, Paints, Electrical 51 Stephenson Street Appliances 2465 Seneca Street HOTEL LACKAWANNA 1.-NJ "Let us serve your wedding break fast" 1' Compliments of I WEST SENECA LUMBER CO. 3340 South Park Avenue Lackawanna TR. 1,100 I wozzoo SHANLEY'S Fancy Dry Cleaners CLEANERS DYERS Ahhott Road at Salem Buffalo 20, N. Y. I Member Bu Halo Merchants Association Buffalo 10, N. Y. Phone TR. 6116 TR. 9508 MIDDAGH'S DELICATESSEN 2276 Seneca Street Near Indian Church Road Beer - Ale - Soft Drinks - Baked Goods Cold Cuts DUFFY'S TAVERN l97l South Park Avenue Fine Foods - Music - Fun Chuck Joyce Ed Lindsay J 0HN'S SUPER MARKET 0+-9 1338 Abbott Road 1 Cleveland 284-7 HOWARD IRON WORKS, Inc. Charles E. Clark 287 Chicago Street President Buffalo, New York Compliments of POWER FUEL COMPANY, Inc. 1127 Marine Trust Building BUFFALO 3, N. Y. 73 SEARS' SOUTH BUFFALO STORE Extends Congratulations to the Class of '49 out COMPLETE PLATING SERVICE "Old Things Maile New" Hardware, silverware, church goods, plumbing fixtures, electrical fixtures and appliances, musical instruments, surgical and dental instruments, auto- mohile trimmings, jewelry, watches and clocks. silver copper gold nickel cadmium chromc zinc lnurrcl plating, spraying, lacquering bufling TRIPPS PLATING WORKS 346 Ellicott Cleveland 2250 Best Wishes Class of ,49 I is, I I RICH'S DAIRY 1326-30 Seneca Street I TR 2818 Tlliangle 2698 MAE A. HENESEY I Licensed Real Estate Broker 207 Culver Road Buffalo 20, N. Y. Compliments John . Danforth Co. ow 72 Ellicott Street Buffalo 3, N. Y. W0 0033 TR 7424 Store' Home Compliments of E. C. 'GBABEW BOYCE Dunlop Tires Home and Auto Supplies MR, and MRS, AL, KUWIK 2272 Seneca at Indian Church Road Buffalo 10, New York BABE BOWIE ERNIE ANGER Tllinngle 3143 Compliments vf ANDREW,S MARKET Retail and Wholesale Meats 2747 Seneca Street Buifalo 10 New York B. BRADY LUMBER CORP. 75 Compliments Of Mr. and Mrs. JAMES F. REGAN 000 2338 Seneca Street VAN DYKE TAXI and TRANSFER, Inc. Central Terminal Building Buffalo, N. Y. Ll 7870 George Schreekenberger, Jr. Catering as YOU like it WEDDINGS RECEPTIUNS DINNER PARTIES 544 Ashland Avenue Your Official Merrienne Photographer DAVID L. BORCHARD Wedding Picture Stories 121 Hill Street Phone UN 1635 DONOVAN'S Ben Franklin Store 50 to 31.00 and up 1996 South Park Avenue HOLLYWOOD STUDIO Your Senior Class Photographer CHARLES F. JANos1 TRiangle 2175 2067 Seneca Street Buffalo, N. Y. fb.. k ,Q-1 3? wa" r .,.1 fry '-


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