Mount Mercy Academy - Mercienne Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)

 - Class of 1951

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777Wgf1q! Uwzm-rim 'wt dcdwaa Mwbm Q'0Uf1717amag ma WZWMZUWH W xl ! ' 0 I I 1 I ' 'I I 23544 . 3 ffx ,, , fav fl.. 2 4 xgyfilvwgi ff A-.. A V A rw, ercienn e ff Z ff QW f f ff'- X Z, Z A 4 Z 4 gf 'A 6 V fi M f Z Z Z W7Ml7770wf4w1Mv I , ,Zur I ,z 29' if HIS HOLINI.bb, POPE PIIJ5 XII MOST REV. JOHN F. O'HARA, CSC., DD. MOST REV. JOSEPH A. BURKE. D.D We at Mount Mercy Academy have named this year of 1951 the Rosary Year. Today in these troubled times, there is one luminous, cherished hope for our war-torn world. This ray of light is the Mediatrix of All Graces, the Mother of God. May we, by offering her a crown of roses, a rosary, help to restore peace to the world. 140 I tv The Question Box forms an interesting and prontdhle part of the Wednesday morning Religion classes conducted by Rev. Christopher Collins, CP. Each morning, the studcnts of the academy are given the privilege ot' receiving Holy Communion through the service of our beloved chaplain. Reverend Godfrey Doyle, O.F.M. All at the Mount protit by the kind words of this congenial priest, Rc-v 'limotliv 'l Couglilin. Srl. former pruirlent of Cinin F5 H15 Collige, tiirctft-rl :lie txcrtixu of the Sriphomore-lrrevlirimn Rev. james rl, Redmond, SJ., an old friend of the Seniors and juniors, proved many times that he is an inspir- ing retreat master, :itruir l.iriir: im-iii:.igi.l thi girlv Driritzpltv rftlittivr' iii flziir lixcv. 4 , K , ff '53 Lgxryfy I , -V , b,, M L v,' ... X' Na I gil. V N N i x " ff if fi I ,, mg, V xg, .. ,., , k . an .- 111, up -lr ,..- , F s x X x.' ' 3 H 'X I lf' wa 4 4 a L Aw . .. v'- -'--A ,cgzlm I :ij ..-. ,. I I 3' U ' V' f 3, EJ Sv 2 b w SISTER MARY BERCHMANS Relxguon IV American H1story II Amcrlcan Hrstory III SISTER MARY BERENICE Lxbrary Lrbrary Scrence SISTER MARY CLAUDIA RCIISIOD II Spanlsh I Spanish Gencral Science SISTER MARY CORONA Vrolm Cello Organ SISTER MARY CYRIL Rehgnon III SISTER MARY de ANGELIS RCIIEICII IV Shorthand II PISFIIISLIIPUOII MOTHLR MARX HELENA Study Hull Prcceptrcss SISTLR MARY IMELDA SIS TER MARY JANE Igloo III French I nth nn English IV MOTHER MARY JOAN Relnguon IV German I World Hxstory The Famfly MOUNT MERCY ACADEMY Superior REVEREND MOTHER MARY MANUELA Prmfzpal X pg SIST ER MARY LoYoLA M Latln IV Infirmtof nz Relzgzon REV CHRISTOPHER COLLINS CP SISTER MARY MAURA RLIISIOH I Latin I Latm II SIS I'ER MARY MAUREEN Rellblon I Geometry Intermedlate Algebra Trigonometry SISTER MARY NOEL II SP-lfllbh HI Hlstory of Musrc Choral Mu IC SISTFR MARY PETER Rellgxon II Enghsh II Enghsh III SISTER MARY ROSELLA Relxglon III Blology Physics Chemlstry SISTER MARY SHEILA I Engllsh II English IV Spanlshl MARY THADDEA RCllglOl'l SISTER I GcneralSc1cncc Home Economics MARY THOMAS IV Latln III Artl Art II Art III RCIlglOI'1 SIS I ER Rel yon Heilth SISTLR Rc l 151011 SISTER Health MARY LIGUORI I English I Encllsh II MARY VICTORINE MISS MARX LLLEN IITIGERALD Social Studxcs Introduttlon to Business MISS MARGARET IxILEY Shorthand I Typmg MISS EVEI X N RRLSE BUSIIILSS Arlthmctlt Elcmcntrry Algchri NIISS IHLRLSA PANILRA lmno Musxc 'Ihcory NIRS HIIIANI A RIP'ION Booltltccpnm, I Booltlxccpmg, II BLISIUCSS L.1vs . . 1 W L , 4 , , A. 7 . , . It Q 3 I .7 7 I '71 1 .I 9 I 1 V I 1 A I 9 I 5. . . , . , . 3 7 7 7 - 7 . 5 3 . 3 I 7 3 1 I ' - - h. V , . 7 . . ,7 . I ly 7 1 I y 1 x P12100 SISTER MARY LAETITIA Rel'v' , ' , Ere II, lfrc cl III, I ' K7 ' A . y. Y Y .i , 7 .h 7 7 I I f : : f' , y , ' . . . , , , ' 4 . . r rl t A ,, T 5. ,.: JT ' A I ', Lf 2 . ' -f.I'Ky' --,,' , , I f f To Mount girls, the beautiful campus with its statue of the Little Flower and shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes is like a second home, Strangely radiant in winter and warm and inviting in spring, the yard has been the scene of many joy' ous moments of relaxation. The month of May is the occasion of much joy for the students and their heavenly Mother, as they daily dedicate their good works and crown her as a symbol of their devotion. The statue of Saint joseph is surrounded by happy juniors and Seniors on Class Day as the upperclassmen walk beneath the arches, Mothers and Alumnae gather in the yard on momentous oceasions to take pictures and retall their joyous sthool days. The massive red building is a cheery sight at night as one passes by and sees the girls engaged in a meeting or the Sisters eorretting test papers. Strong and beautiful, simple and impressive, the Mount stands for those ideals which we have learned are so important in the formation of Christian character, Mount Mercy Academy stinds ,-uf aes J 5 4 If .qua-v -.H X I0 Our mothers partitipate in school activities through their membership in the Mothers' Guild. At monthly meetings the mothers become better acquainted with the teachers. Members are very industrious and are always willing to sponsor programs which will benent the Academy, At present, the Guild is propagating the promise of Our Lady of Fatima: "lf more people say the rosary, Russia will be converted." Our Mothers' Guild has greatly aided the development of Mount Mercy Academy. Looking to the future, they have worked vigorously to raise funds for the new gymnasium. l r-1 lf"'l1fF ar' 7' infix - E J Mrs, Paul F. Fitzer, director of the Saint Thomas Aquinas division, checks results of the Salvage Drive conducted by the Mothers' Club to raise funds, This activity is one of the many .that the mothers sponsor during the year. In the autumn of the year, against a background of white carnations and silver Candelabra, the mothers of the Freshmen were welcomed into the Mount Mercy Mothers' Guild. This initial event brought the Freshmen mothers together and introduced them to the faculty. Mothers' Club Christmas festivities begin with the punch party held in the school cafeteria for the officers, members and their guests. Carrying out the Yuletide spirit of gener- osity, mothers bring gifts for the Sisters and place them under the tree. I xxx J . AQ' Y 3 it 'Y' 1 L On the Jn' of open honmc .rt Mount Mg-my AL.lLiCIlly', augur lvrrrunts oluscrxc wnh nncrr-nl .uni CIlAO'Illt.'llI than nl.1u 'llltfb' .luornwlrmlnnqnls, The 5 Y 5 I Y prcbcmc ot thc lmrunts ronrributcs to br-rmcllts to inc cnoui br the utudmry in thc future. The 1 5 5 Y have an cxrcllcnl o H 7OI'lLII1 t' to meet tlnir r1.1u'll- I I 5 A ters' tmdmcrs, thus promoting .1 41054-r rLl.nson lncuxccn mhool and lhlftllf. ,,.l1 W mawap 4 1 On March IT Rev. Funds Growney, Mr. Francis Grrffln, hfrs. Mrlloncy, Ru' Leo Toomey, L.L.D., Mr. john Ruh looked on while Rt, Rev. john P. Boland broke ground on the site of the new wing, soon to be added to Mount Mercy Academy. Our Competent svcrct.1ry, Min Pauline Hassclbcck. wlla buy tnkcts lo jo.m Coonly, Gram' Bllkfl.lI1.lf1, .Ind Mary Dowllng. l.uLy l'.1oI1n1 ponnx out In Mrw Dris- roll, Hvlwl Drrmoll, nfl. f..LNLn, Jsnln Cnrxcn .ind Mn funn rm nourxu IH the xnrigri ruHnufl.n1 .Lt Mount Muay Ar.nfunj.' Rrlrgn n Irv nn .rn rnngryll put of tim f,f!Hffl.lIl Iunlnng by ulziqh Im' Ntnxfrntx .ur pvquilui to Luk: inner Plug' H1 Iii: f-fL1I1 NALIIM1 Xu IILKYILT xshut turn' Uwnr, Ing hull to Know jnzrulplw mimi: tiny Img' lofrnni Jlzf Fiat . . . "ln His will is our peace." Virnm Dnlorum . , , "He was bruised for our sins." Erre Homo . . . "Behold the Lamb of God!" ' g Via . . . "I am the Way, the Truth and the Life." O Crux Beam . . . "In the Cross is salvation." 5 I l all ,S E 1 , l Z-XX i Iffllfl Wfff ,ff its f E 5' X ye 7. f f' V , affff X 77? f 01f1f E 1 1 1111111 , E fwkffm MMI W -.i. ,.u......,......4Z,, ,JW Wm wW 5 an U T 3- Wage' S xg' sb ,. sf U m,g!k, :Q ,g s S JE' I Sig 5- X X t 1 I 1 X' lr, Win Lu 0 l .. Q. 5-, TALE OF TW vi 1 T -1 M. J. Bonaclio, P. Doody, j. Schmiclle, M. McCormick, M. Carlson, M. Lewis iintl A. Hillcry .admire cluracters G. Czwoidak listen attentively to one of Dickens' must fmm The Clinfwbmi T.ilti by C,Ql1.iuccr in a display pre- famous works, The Tale of Tun Citiar. pared hy memhers of the Senifir English Classes. Vi Novels-short stories-poems-grammar-public speaking. All these go into the English Course at Mount Mercy. All these help to make cultured young ladies. Wlmen they become alumnae, they will RS 5 T know the language arts necessary and useful in social and business circles. l i C. Reilly, C. Hassejbeck, M. j. Trainor, M. Feldman. A. Here M, Renslmw. M. Ry.in. M. Leary. M. Ledwon, A Devaney enjoy the "Breath of New England." the poetry of Lesniak, possible future writers. .ire reading with satis Pulitzer Prize winner, Robert Frost. faction their uwn shurt stories. a im as ' 1-S, fa D CW, V' I - QA..-... ,V Ci Ui x , Q03 kb' ' 1 wa. 'ivy L0 ? 1308-TU gi-7COlLCOU Q3 I Q in . - ,IJ ' ' H P N,, 7LImw""" L , 'Vx' 'I 6 h 4, . , -5 .M ffl OURMMU5 I 9 A 'ffm vffml M 1 Q? ' ' -ew'-1? .' DIE' 4 -sl 34 r' .5 .,.5fJf 'Q g" f' -1-Qi. 1' W 'I' W .A-A' V iff' I I 'Q B tp. . g , , ,O fy i x fa E g . - ,., Y.. -4 4 Iii gf Q 5 I A us-f 1 f gag, ' .nf- ..', v ." I In the Science Course is the study of chemistry. P. Kenf nedy, M. Daly, and J. Molloy purify water by a chemical process. G. Harzynski, V. O'Connor, M. O'Leary, M. Anstett, and I. Zimmer of the Health Class learn many helpful facts. The study of science reveals a world of mystery, a world where students learn to think and use their abilities to help other people. In general science, the student begins to scratch the surface of nature's wonders. While learning physics, the young scholar becomes acquainted with the elements of heat and electricity. In biology, she goes into a more detailed study of the human being, botany, and zoology, The future scientist then experiments with chemistry in which she adds to the knowledge that she has already learned. Members of the Physics Class, B. Hartley, M. Joyce, C. Schmitt, and C. Hanrahan study Archimedes' Principle. J. Leahy. R, Lynd, J. Kelly, and E. Harrigan, members of the Biology Class, view the ameba, a microscopic animal Experiments are always interesting to the General Science Class. Such was the case in this experiment of making distilled water, F E Q5 K fini? A EJ- . " 5 fn' xl i . Tic v I MSE: 'V , N Xa! p 5. .449 . ,fulfil . 42. .. -A f , 1153 fair? 44.2 fx ' 3? Mft' V 42 , w?tx. xx Y' 3 ., . 4 a- 'V 4 5 Q 1 , thi l 1- 4 I . H ,,,, f , , u , if , if if I W 1 ' n :fm-EH B- . f Ll 95, f "-J ,, f, 5 3 ..- I :tif r A . 4 i Q3 vw mi 3 A U v S- . Q I I -Q 1 3 , if ai? 'L M Q' aj - :af Z f -,. 4' ' ' ' "Yr-1 11 ' I ' 1 Q ...rj ,Vi gi? v' f vi- Aaffg f- P X HE' 1 , ' v4 , . 1 .TL if 5 ggug' The Art I Claws mrriu tin sucli tlivcrsitiml activities .rs painting multi-colored angel wings for Szlin Cxrzfirls .mtl clssigning mom interiors in the modern style. A tlistinguislud viuitur of the Art Mart, Sister M. Jeanne, OSF., demonstrates to S. Hoskins, M, Lawson and H. Driscoll thc intricate art of wood engraving. Y 1 H. Driscoll, M. A. Fwy .intl S. P.1rl-r enjoy tinting senior purtruits. A Sunny f.1ll tl.1p timrlcttl thc firSt liuld trip tif the Art M.trt, At Rcvcrcnd Mwtlirrx lllklldiltlll. tlir- antliuxmstif 'l'.inzx lm-.t:tlt.l tlit Mtrry lim tn Rnmiry Hill. Herr tlic r-wllrgt-R f.lmin.1ting Art Dcrrirtrmnt. lit-.ttlt.l lu Sixtrr M. .lm-.1nnc. FLYL'.llLxl tl.lHr'N in lift slxvttlirrig, L'l.l'.lIll1L'N. fmlii-tri-rluigri .intl waning, ii, fy .'Jf v'.,.. .r' .4 . -v ' O v vi I D I,-L,,,.ff . .4 Q A I Music is a universal language which appeals to the mind and to the heart. If a student joins the choral club during her leisure time, she receives in return the benefits of a better under- standing of the cultured use of her voice. With a string and a bow, many enthusiastic youths put their talent to work in the development of Hun- garian rhapsoclies and Bohemian dances, in hope that someday they might become another jascha Heifetz. A pianist uses her fingers to tell stories about the ideals and emotions of the great composers. C. Cotintltss hours ot tiitsonie drill is the daily sehedule of beginning musicians. They must inaster seales. last or slow, loud or soft, in triplets or quintuplets. ln shoit. they have to conquer every obstaele of that stulaborn leevboarel. "Hut patience and te-liuin have their rewartlf' Collins tells her piano sisters, as she' gures out a difficult passage from one of the masters. M. Herlihy, M, Carlson. C. Leary, M. Gorman, M, A, W'alz and A, Jensen willingly entertain with violin and cello, Blusie' pupils have their recompense when an opportunity presents itself to enehant listeners at programs and reeitals. ll. -Iovee' fat the piano, and her eoinpanions. among xvhoin are K Bowen and K. Mtfiowan. know the ioy of interpreting the nuanees of tone and rhythm. and they learn much from con- tact with the great elassies bl. Robinson fextrenie right, is a zealous aspiring organist. ,X 74: 'Gig 1 X! Z Z 1 1 ww, ff!! 11111 5 Q W r xr 55 X Q 2 3 Z l l l n , M. l J 1 l Q x ew Ss? if SQ SS? Ni-bxw kb qxu we S X 5 Q Q . I Q Q P x f NX 1441111401 1 5 -C5 - Q Resurrexit . . . "Peace be to you." Speremuf . . . "I am with you all days." V eni Sancle Spiritus . . . "Come, Sanctifier, Almighty and eternal God Auumpta Ext . . . "The King desires her beauty." Regina . . . "Hail, Queen of Heaven!" 7h1 'WW 7 2:1 1111 9011, wwf, 1l!lf0ffl xxx xx xxxxx ffnfffffu .+-A S WWW!!! , 1111 x xxN x N W1 11 f 1 111111111111 , 1 MW' I 11mw1,M1W,WW,wM1W W 1 10 gwzcla awww A X1 X 5 E SSE X we x SNS X Q Ni Q S S 5 R X x S m. N x E , I 111vfvff""'f S T x y,,,111n1f1 MW' X 111- 1,1411 W A If vt Marion J. Anstett Dolores C. Aromola 'li' .il -sr Audrey A. Ahern Barbara Lea Baer can M Bextz Q...-f Kathleen B Bowen Lols M Brown Margaret P Canney joan E Callahan Mary Carbone 5.1 Theresa M C11'm0dy Patrxcla C Cavanaugh I Mary A Carlson po' !"'P joan M Caven Maureen M Clalre Kathleen A Connors Antomette Coppola Madonna Cutrona Louise R Coppola Margaret A Daly N: fi Q Nb! ff' 2 ,f .k' X Y 4 . Tv, S.- 1-9 I? '41 Marilyn A. Day Jule M. De Haas Betty A D Aurello Helen M D Innocenzo oan C Drew Ann M hrnst Barbara C Fahey "Wi-Q Xl 13 Annette I Doney Helen A Drrscoll Margaret M Fxtzgerald ff ff R glliflvfh- ' 5 l I xo K 1 4:5 , I l K 13 Q .mgfe J . . ' D X nc? ' 0' ' 1. If R K A 43 We . 4 x , . 1 J aff? Mary Ann Gabor Ann M. Geyer Maryanne V. Foy Mary Ellen Glavey Mafgafet A GOI'fn3.l'l Mary C Gormley Delphme M Gorskr eau M Haley Carol A Granvrlle Shexla A Ha ..- C, "W" , uni' 'US 'Di 1 Y Geraldine V. Harzynski Alice M. Hillery Carole M. Hallxman Margaret M. Hillery Margaret M. Holland Mary E. Howard Patricia A. Hyrick ng 3 4 . i ff-. 1 i Na! 'Z r Josephine D. Kalinowski Barbara J. Joyce Mary Ann P. Kane va I .ewg ' .ga-N V 4g J 1- 604 1 Nancy A. Kelleher Margaret M. Kelly Theresa A Kapmos nk' 'T Patrxcxa Kennedy Arlene A Kotarskr Phyllrs M Kraus Margaret G Kurch 452' Margaret A Lawson Rose A Lambrlx Marlon H Leahy 'Sw-Q -Q41 ' Y Nanny E Leary Mary Ann Lewns 404 NV oan M Leary Beffyj Lomas Carol A MacDonald Mary Ann Mahoney Dorothy Make Y Kathleen Mattlmore Barbara M Masset Mdfbdfet M MLC3ffhy ll: 10 'T 'T ? Maureen McCormick Sally A McCorm1ck Mary E McCarthy 14' X19 "'-'Y Kathleen A McGowan Rosemary McK1bbm Rosemarre E McNamara Patrlcla M Mxllard ,,,,Qi June A Milligan Martha M Miller janet E Molloy K' Q W 'CWI .1 wa 41' Theresa A No wak Mary O Connor Ann M Myers gl YT Vrrgmla O Connor Mary W O Leary Verna C Orlando Lucy B Paolmr Suzanne M Park Madeline M Pallos Ellen F Perkins l -4? -S 43? bi 43 'V' i fb" "-0' Bcrnulcttc Plunkett MJFIIDHC Rathbun P1tr1c1a A Plenzynskx Maryann Reldy Mary LOL! Really Mary A Rlordan ean B Rlter Audrey C Roll joan M Robmson Carol A Romance ,pl-f 14? 4 iaaf 'qi aa 'ir' .pf 'O Patricia A. Russell Mary Constance Ryan '40 Constance Rupert Suzanne E Ryan Marla E Sanpedro Mary A Scanlon Ann L Schlehr JIS' Mary M Sheehan Mme C Sheehan Patrlua M Smlth Ei. if 5... Fvi Q ai 'UN fl R J I U' .4 -'- .J .,.ff , 1 ' X ., ef, A 1 L51 ,., .mf A 'im - .. sm- :.f 4-.iii as 'V Q'-v .1 QI? 5 I Ellen R Strong Dolores L Swack f .41 Shirley Sprrngborn -una-0' Ki -45. if-1 I Af af 'ii .J TUG? Patncra A Thre janet M Thompson Lors A Trauscht Mary P Troy Rose M Vastola Mary Alice Walz ,pl Allce P White 'Q Ill vjf A3 wi Mary L Wolfe Barbara A Wrlght Marie K Wxntrrngcr dl Mary Ann Young Mrlry june Youngkms Caroln A Zajn Iranc B Zrmmrr lvl t-:lr , Agik-"fx F " s 9 I X. is. 2 !' VL.. rp 'Qwuf -V. -f N' noun BE UNT I, 3. A , . gig, 5 ? . gl R ,. "' ufnnv-,' A ra l1q""":,Q 4 3.-'gf 1 F ?1 -fx. L' fit-, 1-r Awrl ,K x .0 iff A q I -x xl iff ff' 'Ji x os.cv 1? N. fl ,Av ' ,M we JUINIOR PRl1SIDl1N IS. M. Dempsey, R. 2, A. Mullcn- lwff, R. J' N. NSI. ', . . M, Hall, J. Hearn, B. Hart- ley, R. Gorman. SECOND ROW: S. Harrington, Harem, C. Hasselbeck. THIRD ROW: S, Hoskins, M. A. Fitzgerald, R. Imbuden, M. Herlihy. FOURTH ROW: E. Harrigan, N. Hart, M. Hughes. FIRST ROW: C. Hanrahan, S. Ryan, M, J, Trainor. SECOND ROW: R. A. Scanlon, M. Sheehan, A. Thomp- son, P. Sullivan. THIRD ROW: R. Sweeney, K. Songer. FOURTH ROW: C. Schmitt, J. Tubritly, A. Ryan. FIRST ROW: C. Battaglia, M. Carlo, j. Brodfuehrer, S. Cooley. SECOND ROW: H. Driscull, S. Dennt-hy, M. Desing, M. Callahan. THIRD ROW: P, Campbell, A. Devaney. FOURTH ROXV: M. Canney, J. Brosnan, V. Crehan. - S l Q7 never. S.illy. FIRST RONXlg M. Schamlnergcr, Where was Sally Zukuwski when th piftures were taken? XX'hy. xht viii ' . sent. But here she is. Better late run FIRST ROW: B. Zakriwn S. lxlllllgaln, If. Cuslnlllly. SECOND ROVU: INI. Sclmilwler, K, Wlcir, E. Weir, M O'Bricn. THIRD ROVU: K Barnes, J. Rngan, M. Walsh. FIRST ROW? M. Feldman. J FIIYCL. A. D1G1.1rr1lu.ltt1'.t.1 SFCOND ROVV: J Downey M. M. Davis. If. Glldea THIRD ROXV: If Faltixkw M. Gehcn. ,l. Duffy. E. Glarr ISI. GAIM. FUL.'RTH ROW' M. Gallagluc-r, M Fnrll, I. G l .1 v ey. X lu. FIRST ROXV: Roll, Rmllilnvvn. J. Pflur. SECOND ROWY Pitt. BI. C Paclle. A. Pirie. THIRD ROXV: M Pitt, M. O'Neill, C. Red- muml. P. Ruvo. FOURTH ROXY: F. Riley, A. McP.1rr- land, A. Riunlan. FIRST ROW: K. Kelly, P Jennings, J. Leahy, T. Healy. SECOND ROW: P. Lawan- dus, K, Maloney, A. Lomas. THIRD ROWI: J. Johns, M. Kelly. J. Kelly, F. Kelleher FOURTH ROW: D. Kwiutl kowski, J. Krawczyk, L. Knapp. FIRST ROW: M. McMahon, S. Naples, M. L. Joyce. SEC OND ROW: M. O'Brien, M. fwfurray, S. Noody. THIRD ROW: R. Lynd. R. McMahon, K. Malone, M. E. Moran. FOURTH ROW: J, Murray, E. McLaughlin, N. Krieg! baum. lll l I 1 gl X XX I l l I . I I l FIRST ROW: P. Bowen, Brown, J. Benoit, H. Blas- lcovits. SECOND ROW: N. Apotosky, M. J. Bonadio, J. Babcock, M. Bertelsen. THIRD ROW: M. Boland, M. O'Neill, G. Boyczuk, C. Baco, M. Beitz. FOURTH ROW: M. Bermingham, M. Balkin, S. Bellezza. Qv? FIRST ROW" M, MorriSScy. S. Mcrlcl. SECOND ROWIL M. O'Cunncll, Po l.1nSl-ci. M Murray. THIRD ROW: M. I Nolan. C. Mrllcr, P Pattcrion. I:OI'R'I'H ROW" Olclcn. INI. Rob crtson. S. O'Conncll. FIRST ROW' BI, jennlson, ISI Kell:- lwcr. Z Kruw. SECOND ROW: S Lawrence. S IQSCZYDSRI, M. Kelly. THIRD RIJXXII INI. Kalmowxki, K Kearns, M. Kozuck, I Kingilmd FOVRTH ROWV A. Klsiclci, L. Ku iawa. M. Kelly. FIRST ROW: M. Buchanan, 1. Carney P. Carney, M. Devine. SECOND ROW E. Bucella, P. Collins, G. Czwoidak, C Collins, A. Burke. THIRD ROW: H Buchanan, P. Clark. FOURTH ROW M. Corcoran, C. Cooley, R. Curry. SOPHOMORE PRESIDENTS: M. MC- Dermott, R. 73 S. Sanders, R. 8, M. BCltz, R. 6. i l i FIRST ROW: S. Sobczak, E. Siejak, M. Thomas. SECOND ROW: E. Stonish, P. Sabodaz, C. Roll. THIRD ROW: P. Sherry, M. Stanton, T. Shea. FOURTH ROW: J. Schmidle, M. Schreiner, M. Schnell. FIRST ROW: M. Quigley. K. Ryan, C. Sutton, SECOND ROXV: E. Stonish, 1. Knpfel. FIRST ROW: T. Whalen, B. Zilliox. SECOND ROW: D. Tyczka, R. Wright, M. I..'Wickenhiser. THIRD ROXV: M. W'aterhouse. M. Walsh, 1. Tuck. BI. Voltz. FOURTH ROW: P. Tmnolone, F. Von. M. Ueblacker. FIRST ROVV: A. McN.am.1r.1. 1, Mc Laughlrn, H. Lcvne. SECOND ROW' M. Mercer. M. McKcuwn, P. McP.1rt land. THIRD ROVU: S. Maloney. I McCracken. T. Maroncy. M McCor mick FOURTH ROXV: T. INIcGmwn C. McLaughlin. M. Maul. FIRST ROW: C. Froehlich, D. Faltisco, I. Healy, A. Fur- nari, J. Farr. SECOND ROW: P. Doody, -I. Jennings, E. Gorman. THIRD ROW: A. Igoe, H. Glair, D, Gor- man, V. Hegedus. FOURTH ROW: M. Foy, P. Hanslick, P. Foroscij. I' ff FIRST ROW: D. Lewandowskga, N. Sweeney. M. Lcdwin, IMI. A. Pctronsky. SECOND ROW: BI. Moore, I, Nxmlnn C. Leary, A. Roche, M. Nowak, L. Murano. THIRD ROW' R. Schlehr, I, Petrie, M. Mulderig, M. Quinn, I.. Kwidt Icowska, j. Norton. FIRST ROW: M. Gurrnan. J. Malnnv. SIHCIIJ Hahn SECOND RONW: I.. M:Dun.1ld, FI. Grubn. M. Martin, A Hnrtung, R, Hughes. THIRD ROW: M. Ginruir. D. MC Cormifk, Gurman. M. Gmlmrn. FOI'R'l'H ROW: P II:1rding, M. MCC11rthy, M. McI.L-md. FIRST ROWT A. Jcnicn. Kllne, Joseph. SECOND ROW: T. Glair, R. Hcgcdus, E. McCracken, G. Moran, C. Knnirk. THIRD RKJW: j. Horbctt, I MLCann, A. Horbett, Glgzlntc, FOURTH ROW: M. Glasser, IKI. Klein, P. Hcrlihy. FIRST ROXV: M Iiarctt, If. Carlson, H. Iiruwn, CQ. Iiruwn. SFCOND ROXXT S. Boyle. G. Buclmnnn, M. Iinnnfr. M. IIIIQIIINII, R. Iilgalww. THIRD ROVV: D. Artur, M Iirmnn FOI'R'I'H ROXV. AI A1I.unc4.1k. M. If. Carr, S Andwl IAIRST ROW' M I. Snlx-In-rn. A Iimlwlw. M I. Stumpf. R Sm:"1.1:ov. M Mmxxn SIIONIJ ROXX'. fl Sflmn. M. Rcnxhnu, M A Olirun. CQ. Sulllmn, M I.r'.xry'. M. Piuhnxk, THIRD ROXW: A O'Dunm'II. Kcminxki, N. SIKA, S ODwnm-ll. I'. Supplw, A. ISI. Orf, A. INIullwIl.1ml, N. Skrip. G FIRST ROW: P. Campbell. M. M4DnnnQll. A. Purtzll. A. G.ilvin, M. Michel, Sclivnirtzfwtt. F Minka. G. Wfciss. I.. Miinkn. M. Ryan. N. Diwniiliue. SIQCOND ROVV: S XY'ut. G. Xxlirurlmiisc, N. Viblfc. B. llmril. IIRSI ROXY. 5. Fnglisli. P, Bicrnmi. M I.. Fitzl gi-igilil SIKOND ROXXV MI, F.ii'rcll. M M Ifrnwr, I Ifvcrt. M. ClAlV.lI'lilLILLfl1, K. Di-nmliu. THIRD ROVU: I D.ilcxs.indru, 'I' Ikriniq- IfOl'RTII RONXV C. Clicman, Cmmnly. R. Ciimck. FIRST ROW7: N. Dunolmc M. Flaherty, C. Gignntc SECOND ROVV: Furil, T Coughlin. P. Dc Cmmlii, C Conway. THIRD ROW: M J. Flanagan. C. Dmznlowska P. Dunning. C. Gaudet FoL'RTi-1 ROXV: P. Caipnyg D, Gater, M. Dowling. FIRST ROXYD BI IXI.i'l'culiS, S. lNIill.11'.l. M. Sullivan. D. McHugh. M ,Iwlmwn I. Mercer, A. I.c-sniak SITCOND ROXY' N. Quinn, I Sandccki. M I.. Yfiiinxig. C McC.1rtl1y. NI. Neville. M. Kimi THIRD ROXXT ,I Z.iwix.i. D 'liiiniiliinc-, II W'E1.ilcn. G MiC1+wx.m. 'I' Mn-.iglur K C.irriill H MLKL-rn.in FRFSHINIAN PRFSIDENTSI Nfurtcin, R. lql P. Supples. R, 191 M. A, Gllvin, R. 16g K. Carroll. R. 15. 200-mfr! 'ZULZKWJI ini Mother of Mercy . . . Our Life . . . Our Sweetness . . . And our Hope . . After this, our exile . . . Show unto us the blessed fruit of thy womb . . . jesus . . . O Clement . . . O Loving . . . O Sweet Virgin Mary. French Club members, P. Troy, L. Coppola, P. Smith, R. Imboden and M. M. Sheehan, cut the "Cake of the Kings." Above, the officers award the' prize for the vocabulary contest. At the Chi Beta Phi square dance, M. Rathbun, popularizes "Mickey." M. Mc- Carthy, P. Kennedy, M. Kurch and N. Kelleher start the fun. A high light of senior year, the arrival of class rings! M. Leahy, K. Bowen and B. Baer receive theirs from Mr. Haws. Scientific Seniors, B. Joyce, j. Molloy and D. Gorski, dem- onstrate chemical wonders to interested members of the Science Club. Hard working fairies behind the scenes are the stage hands Szlzef Canticle was successful partly through the efforts of M A Fitzgerald M. Ford, E. Harrigan, V. Crehan and J Leahy P. Picczynski and F. Strong give many .1 laugh to the Freshmen on Initiation Day. Below: M. A. Mahoney amuscs M, A. Foy with a rattle in the Initiation skit. Seniors and Freshmen alike enjoy the antics on this day of days, though the Freshmen protest sometimes. 5 v I -Y -X X . Q '3 R- ' 5' ' 'Q at .- 1 2' - a 3 .l 1 s f O C Below: Every morning just before the first bell, the Mercy girls can be seen gathered in groups in front of the school entrance. Some are comparing answers from last night's homework, while others greet their friends. Right: Mount girls fortify the inner woman at lunch hour. Sunny spring days find them waiting in the yard for the bell to announce afternoon classes. 1 j' vi . .st A I -4 5 Midst laughter and gaiety, rules are dis- carded as Seniors continue the custom of formally introducing the Freshmen to their Alma Mater. Above are D. Makey, T. Carmody, 1. Milligan, P. Pieczynski, P. Bierma, M. Brown, S. Boyle, J. Mc- Cann, N. Shea, To the left, above, are J. Callahan, J. De Haas, N. Sweeney, R. Hughes. CQ hav x' wa I' 110' Jane Grube. Delphine Gorski, Carole Zajac, Marianne Riordan, Betty Mc- Laughlin, Lois Knapp and Virginia Crehan emphasize the Christian idea of Christmas at assembly. With O.F.M., Rev. Kenneth Dorr, Rev. Lawrence Burke, and Timon High boys as their guests, art students enjoy a memorable evening of dancing, doughnuts and merry antics. O.F.M., School Mercy P. Hyrick and S, Hall interview Mr. Stephen P. Breen, noted lecturer and editor, after his inspir- ing address on the influence of Our Lady in the modern world and her importance in world events. Mr. Breen's exclusive interest is the propa- gation of the Marian message. After a lively spelling match at a Ke-N4Quil meeting, P. Millard and P. Thie look on while E. Strong receives her I I prize from B. Massett. 'S - A 3- 5 4. Mount Mercy's journalists at the Western New York Press Conference were M. Day, M. Walsh, R. Imboden, L. Knapp, E. Haren, B. Massett and S. Hall. They were guided through Orchard Park High by pretty Antoinette Marchand, a student there, Mr. joseph Karalewski dis- played a few tricks of the newspaper business. Dolores Swack, able repre- sentative of Mount Mercy, discusses "The Voice of Democracy" in the annual public speaking contest at Canisius High School. The Magnihcat is sung by the Seniors as a suitable climax to the Rosary Program presented for their parents during National Education Week. It consisted of a colorful pageant of the joyful Mysteries and choric selections from the poems of Paul Claudel. Patricia Thie pours coffee for M. L. Joyce, M. A. Kane, D. Cutrona, M. Howard, Z. Kruse, I.. Paolini and S. Sanders at a breakfast for the Caecilian Singers after High Mass on November 1, when Our'Holy Father proclaimed the dogma of the Assumption of Our Lady. I, If ' 5,4 sv After many hours of practice, the Cae- cilian Singers, under the direction of Miss Theresa Pantera, raise their voices in St. Teresa's Lure, set to the music ot' john Sebastian Bach. This talented group provides a major attraction at school festivities. Pi J 1 rxxl i ' i l H l ,- -1,- ,JJ Q f as - :ay .rpg , ' 'T' TX iff. 'T , hu as -63' A i n 4,74 sf' , . 7 f 1 , rl' 3 ,fy .M 4,, , 'gg if f'r'QF Gig -...Af' k. n -- -,M " X ' A . . - 'nf QQ 5 X. , , 1, .ff-,'F .-7 1912 F ' "f"'f?""f 9 gt-l'.? 'X? 1b ' if 4'2f3ng ' ' K f , Z . r A, r X., . - f 4 5? E335-K +3 1 ,A f! A A I 7' 5. A -4? .F 2- .gals if .:., 1 S- r' I , ,sg e nav"-A if Ti' 'mf 3--2 ol V77 I, . A l f -4 aff' Below: St. Catherine inter- l rupts a duel at Avignon. I 1 During the school year of 1950, Mount Mercy presented a stirring drama, Cafbefine the Valiant. The tive-act play, written by Rev, Urban Nagle, OP., centered about the captivity of the Pope in France and his triumphal restoration to Rome through the efforts of the "Valiant Woman," St, Cath- erine of Siena. The choice was particularly appropriate for the Holy Year when so much attention was focused on Rome. The Duke of Anjou persuadcs Countess Ursina to cooperate in his plot to pre- vent the Popes return to Avignon. i, wi ,V , ,1 wh. Qi. i Q .4-9 S XZ, 2 'ta -iq. xg, Above. St. Catherine of Siena aids in the final reunion of Vincenzo and Mar- garita. Guests dance a gay minuct at Anjous court. ,fi Q ii., K ff If ' L l , N- I ., lx -I v K sk . . ef? 4 A 9 . 1 L T ' 51 f' l 2 S ' i 2 When her heart'5 desire is granted and St, Theresa be- Heavenly choirs resound with celestial hymns as St. Therese comes a Carmelite, she walks to the altar of God while kneels at the feet of Our Blessed Lady in triumphant joy, the Caecilian Singers triumphantly sing "The Magnificatf' at attaining her final goal-heaven. As St. Therese receives her First Holy Communion, the Guardian Angel and heavenly hosts rejoice at seeing their devout daughter drawn Closer to Our Lord. St. Therese's heart abounds with love and adoration for her Divine Master as she promises to fulhll her duties as a faithful servant of God. Her joy is interpreted by the chorus and transferred to the attentive audience. A high light of the school year was the presentation of Silver Canticle, an oratorio celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of the can- onization of the Little Flower. The first tableau pictured the birth of Therese in Alencon, France. Four- teen years later, filled with a burn- ing desire to serve God, Therese went to Rome to beg permission from the Holy Father to enter Carmel. After spending only nine years at Lisieux, Therese died and began her heavenly existence. Her last words were, "Oh, I love Him -My God-I-love-You." 6 asf! I, 'lvl Under the inspiring direction of Miss Theresa Pantera, the the chorus, the soloists present a notable performance Caecilians interpret Silver Canticle to their appreciative worthy of high praise, audience. With the assistance of a musical background by The three Martin sisters, filled with pious veneration for the newly born Christ Child, visit the Christmas crib. With reverence and devotion, they be- hold a sight more glorious than their eyes had ever seen. It is here that Therese decides that the best way to unite herself to God is to enter the Carmelite Order. Her sisters, also filled with an ardent desire for everlasting happiness, make a similar decision. 033 I I 1 ' av- 'iii ls P t In a talented portrayal of the visit with Pope Leo XIII, St. Therese is filled with a determination to join the Carmelite Order. She dares to throw herself at the feet of the Holy Father in Rome and beg for permission to enter the cloister although she is only fourteen years of age. Her perseverance proves successful for, in the following year, she is allowed to enter. A. at it N vi 5 af V.. 'a 'xv 4 ' ' 'F' 3 Q, ' I Pspgx ' z iw 5 GS fs 2 X 4 'ses law in r '95 fi ,tx pubficafions . Q5 si I ' Cx 1- " 4 r in tl' , I J -' 5 ,JJ D Suzanne Park. joseph Bennett. Much of the success of the Senior Prom was due to 1tS 6fflCl6flt charrman, Mary Carlson, presrdent of the graduating class. Mary congratulates Marie Wrntrrnger, Queen of the Prom. Mary Ann Scanlon, Gerald Robinson. Theresa Kapinos, Paul Seymour. gs Anthony Nasca, Madeline Pal los, Lucy Paolini, john Lew andowski. Donald KICDYL Mary Ann Levus Pa fl'lL1d. PICCZYDSKI losep1 Dempsey joan Roblnson Edward Craven P tricia Hyrick, Bernard Pfalzer. The climax of our Easter vacation was reached when the long-awaited night finally arrived. First, the cheerful exchange of greetings at Kleinhans Music Hall, and then, an evening of soft music by Buddy Mack's orchestra, twirling skirts and the shuffle of dancing feet. Our Senior Prom was not just another dance. It was one of the highlights of our four memorable years at Mount Mercy, for it marked one more major step toward the day of days-gradua- tion. Although it lasted for only one short evening, all agreed that memories of our Senior Prom will live forever in the minds of the Senior Class of 1951. Owen Mangan, Margaret Kelly, Kathleen Con- nors, Richard Fischer, Rose Lambrix, john Brock- enshire, William Thomas, Margaret Canney. Donald Krentz, Mary Ann Lewis, joseph Dempsey, Pa' tricia Pieczynslci, james Mohr. Kathleen Mattimore, joseph McMahon and Dorothy Makey. L.. L ll Mary Lou Reilly, Ernest Heppner, Parker Williams, Mary Ann Mahoney Mr. John A. Swack, Mrs. john A Swack, Mrs. William J. Troy, Mr William J. Troy. Eager dancers pause to listen to the popular orchestra leader, Buddy Mack, as he announces a favorite musical selection. rx. - ' . 9' is -fu' .. of "' ' al ' 1, A -s N 'nil ' 'J - ., .. 4 f Q1 2' nqyl A 4 -gfw u, 5 ii ' 5 r , -- ,' - Q 'f 4 , 11, M 3 U I 1 8 --s f I . , fire: .ev f123"N':s3" . L' nf .-....-,- Q. ., 1 '- X if f il 'z ye- I I ,NU '- il 'if . fi" " 'l"',r'-x-mi: 1 ape .f"L ' -I' Nothing c-scspcs the mighty pcn of thc- rccorriing .mgcl fAlitc Le:-ichtb as shc inscrihci in the Book of Life thc rt-port ot' the gu,1rJi.1n .mga-I of thc class of 1950 fRuth Doughcrtyb Vi'h.ltfver you do will hc writtcn hcrc '.,, so future Seniors take care. QQ ilk, P f' X vc 1 -I Af avr Y b IL f I . i l ff' i 2" i' On the Friday before Commencement, the Holy Sarriticc is offer:-ti in thankx giving for the gifta uhirh God han i.lViNi1t'ti upon rhmc graduates of .1 Cirhi-lic .imidciriy Thx final asmcrnbly in rm- chipt-I huloufd with sacred iiicinoricw nmiks thc culmirmtion of four yous Qpcnt unritr thc mime roof with tht-ir ifuchuixtic King 1 -1 X . 5 X x .GX '-X' , I 4 h , , ' n 1 . I Q Happy mothcix ah.irL 5n the joys of the long-awritcd CI.1ss Day as their Senior kiJLI4LIilYCI'N cscort tht-in proudly .md tri- umphantly to the annual hxnquet in their honor, Wo! O God' Grant we beseech Thee that medxtatmg upon these mystenes of the Most Holy Rosary of the Blessed Vnrgm Mary we may rmltate what they contam and obtam what they promise Through the same Chrnst our Lord iii N' wi 1 15 gl 's . ,. :1 g: 1 11:1 I. 1111: 1111, E 1 1 N' 1 11 R 1 ',+..1 , Y - - - , , . . . HO ORARY PATRONS Most Reverend Rrght Reverend Right Reverend Rrght Reverend Right Reverend Rrght Reverend Rnght Reverend Very Reverend Very Reverend Very Reverend Very Reverend joseph A Burke VG DD Monsignor john j Nash VG PA. Monslgnor Leo R Smith DD Monsrgnor john P Boland DD Monsxgnor Edmund Britt LLD Monsrgnor joseph E Magurre Monsignor Rrchard OBnen Sylvester j Holbel john j McMahon james R Barnett Sj joseph Patrlck Kennedy O FM Very Reverend Claude Keane OFM Very Reverend john Obendorfer CSS R Very Reverend Carol Rmg CP Very Reverend Raymond Schouten Sj Reverend Godfrey Doyle O FM Reverend Francrs A Growney Reverend Francrs A Krupa Reverend Leoj Toomey LLD Reverend Davrd Cahrll Reverend Damel G Duggan Reverend Martm H Ebner Reverend Carl j Fenrce Reverend Edward j Frtzhenry Reverend james P Foley Reverend joseph Graeber Chaplam Reverend F Lambert Haley Reverend Leo Hammerel Reverend Francrs Herza Reverend Henry E Laskowslu Reverend joseph Llpczynakr Reverend Vxncent McCarthy Reverend Francis S McCormack Reverend Eugene E OLoughlxn Reverend Edward F Ott Reverend T j Prevedello Reverend Hubert F Relmann Trmothy j Rmg Reverend Edward I. Roche Reverend Francis P Ryan Reverend joseph j Rydz Reverend Robert Schwab Reverend Robert W Versen Reverend Anthony Vert Reverend Francrs j Walker Reverend Bernard A Weiss Reverend Wrlber j Yaeger Reverend PROFESSIO AL P TRONS Max W Burstexn E T De Witt T j Fahey j G Kanskr and Mrs Emrl j Markulrs and Mrs Hugh j McGee and Mrs D W Preston T V Supples and Mrs A H Twist Wrllram F Whrte SPECIAL Mount Mercy Academy Alumnae Mount Mercy Academy Mothers Gurld Our Ladys Sodalrty Class of Nrneteen Hundred Flfty one Class of Nmeteen Hundred Frfty two Class of Nrneteen Hundred Frfty three Class of Nmeteen Hundred Frfty four and Mrs Charles F Broderrck and Mrs john Courtney and Mrs joseph j Frtzslmmons and Mrs Leo joyce and Mrs Patrrck Kelly The Lzlmbrrx Family Mrs Margaret Lewrs 67 jerome G Buchhert and Mrs Thomas Cullen and Mrs Thomas F Cullen Edward P Forrestel Walter j Gannon MD james G Harrrty MD C A Koch Thaddeus Pantera and Mrs joseph P O Brren Robert F Sullrvan P TRON S W A Loge Mr and Mrs Patrrck Massett Thomas F McNamara jr joseph P Molony Mr and Mrs Thomas Mungovan Edwm F Murray Mr and Mrs V j Nowak Mr and Mrs Ray OConnell Mr and Mrs james F Rrley and Famrly Mrs Helene A Rrpton Mr and Mrs Humphrey O Sgron Mr and Mrs ArthurE Smlth Sullrvan Mrss Gertrude Wrles Dr. . 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