Mount Nazareth Academy - Gleam Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

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And duty points Lhe way." 7-Lme goul 06 gbucafiov is flue Cgaucafion 06 due goal To lmprove the golden moment of opportunity. and eulell the Qood that is within our 1'eau'h. is the great art of life. aunt 72a2afzefl4 4 academy The SCHOOL that helped us to shape our lives according to the CATHOLIC PRINCIPLES, equipped us with CHRISTIAN DEMOCRATIC IDEALS, and planned our CAREERS for the FUTURE. . MOUNT NAZARETH ACADEMY, conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, and situated on the Bellevue Roald in BELLEVUE, occupies forty acres of one of the most beautiful sections of Ross Township. Under the wholesome influence of RELIGIOUS TRAINING every opportunity is presented for the spiritual, intellectual, and physical welfare of the student. MOUNT NAZARETH ACADEMY is accredited by the State Department of Education. The credits in this school are recognized by other institutions. and the graduates are entitled to an ad- mission to universities and colleges without examination. Excellent SCHOOL BUS service to and from points in Belle- vue. Emsworth, Avalon, McKees Rocks, West End, North Side, Pittsburgh, Millvale is provided at reasonable rates. In addition to the high standard of scholarship provided by the curriculum, one of the leading aims of the Academy is to in- culcate genuine Catholic principles of conduct and life. and to develop each student's individuality. her special interests, and ability. ozewoab The first volume of THE NAZAREAN-the yearbook of Mount Nazareth Academy--crystallizes all the dreams, hopes, and ambitions of the Class of 1942. It reveals the lively school spirit that prompted it, and the enthusiastic patriotism that suggested its dominating idea. It is our VICTORY BOOK in more ways than one-a record of the daily, earnestly won little victories leading to the one great victory of the future-an embodiment of our national spirit for the victory of the Christian and American ideals leading to a holy peace in the charity of Jesus of Nazareth. THE NAZAREAN will recall those sweet memories of our dear Alma Mater-its pages will breathe refreshingly the pure fragrance of the cherished days spent at Mount Nazareth. SENIOR CLASS OF 1942. eme of the qeafzlwoolz ON TO VICTORY-The patriotic spirit of our time is inscribed upon these pages as a central theme, equally as it asserted itself within the portals of M.N.A., flashing into every classroom, calling for all that is true and right within us, creating a new enthusiasm for V 1 C T O R Y ..... ON TO VICTORY we began to build in prayer, we sought light for right thinking, we molded our patriotism in honest work and heartful song, in play and action. We pledge to exercise to the fullest extent our freedom of individual initiative in order to carry out our duty to GOD and our COUNTRY . . . ON TO VICTORY under the tender protection of Our Lady of Victory ..... 7-Le geniofz Glass I O F F I C E R S PRESIDENT .... VICE PRESIDENT . . SECRETARY . . . TREASURER . . O EDITORIAL STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . . ASSOCIATE EDITOR . . O ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Regina R8.SZy!I'1CZyk Helen RZ8,Ca Sophia Beck Regina Raszymczyk Felicia Ziolkowski Ruth Pilarski Martha Gil Martha Gil Ruth Pilarski Ann Rupczewski Felicia Ziolkowski Rosalia Kotz Helen Martowski O MOTTO-All For One and One For All 0 COLORS-Red and White 0 PATRON-Sacred Heart of Jesus O FLOWER-Rose "' 4: 1+ 'Qgkvou of flea pf and 41 QDKQHSWD 'mt Ee khxviabg of victory 'X Y s J, ,yhpml under 606, we aug Um? a lnfle Yung, cannot rgpmj, s. - i i A 1058 lil! un mn nn nguurn cmca1"' maui he marnnu I I E d K. Jgf- lnfe Enhl nod, limi: uec11ffum1sk.1ib' loqql and hyat, , ,vfnx 117.1 eu .1 SLK 11" c .1 cc con: Aedacn c :is 1971. Hume swf c EKIZIFCB . JESUS, MARY, JOSEPH, the Holy Three Ardently do We offer, our hearts to THEE. Servant of God Mary of Jesus the Good Shepherd QFRANCES SIEDLISKAJ Foundress of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth. Ik The Very Reverend Mother MARY ICUSEBIA SUPERIOR PROVINCIAL of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth Bellevue, Pa. The Very Reverend Mother Mary LAURETA LUBOWIDZKA SUPERIOR GENERAL of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Navareth essage from flue Office PQELLQN c Phe 2 3 4 s s 1 s 1011121314 qqmsiazozi 42425262728 0 1 Haw As you journey along life's great highway toward the summit of success. be assured of my good wishes that you may be helped both onward and upward by each experience encountered and by each obstacle overcome. Together with you we are looking forward to your future. It needs be a glorious one, in spite of tribulations and disappointments which shall have to be faced with effort and courage. May Divine assistance spur you on. so that your efforts would never wane and your courage never falter. There is just this to remember: the future is yours to make as you choose. Make it, then, splendid, holy. glorious. Fill it with immortal deeds. It is all be- fore you to flourish or to mar, to squander or to coin into currency of heaven. Go forth, dear Graduates. and brighten the world with the sweetness of your Catholic youth. Be a light where darkness envelopes the world-and inspira- tion where sin may have sown its weed-a star of hope and peace to troubled hearts. Let your every action be a glorious reflection upon the school within whose walls you have prepared for the momentous encounter with life outside. -THE PRI NCI PA L. we Esteem The Reverend J. C. Rosicki, Chaplain The Very Reverend Mother Eusebia The Reverend Mother Aquiline Superior Provincial Superior Sister Mary Pius, Principal Sister Mary Desolata, Assistant Principal Sister Mary Beatrice Sister Mary Pulcheria Sister Mary Sophia Sister Mary Regis Sister Mary Geraldine Sister Mary Paul Sister Mary Estelle Sister Mary Anece Miss Leona Kozlowski Mr. Vaclav Klimek and do solemnly, with deepest love and gratitude bequeath to them our hearts that will never forget their kindness and personal interest, that will never fail to love them and pray for them, that will turn through the years toward them with joy and gratitude. -THE GRAD UA TES 4 V, eq il, , ,E -A .-X ,K an Qoloool Golots gclzool motto Glass 'iflowofo Blue and Gold are officially unfurled as the school colors of Mount Nazareth Academy. With just pride we look up to their twofold significance: Blue symbolizes loyalty to all that is good and true--Gold signifies wealth, not only material, but principally the wealth that lasts while all other riches perish-wealth of virtue and knowledge which constitutes a real treasury for life. Like a magic watchword throughout school life, SEMPER, FIDELIS summarizes the prominent feature of a Mount Nazareth student-ALWAYS FAITHFUL. This motto is a beacon that casts its light upon the lofty ideals which should ever remain alive through the years to come in faithfulness to GOD, to our COUNTRY, and to our SCHOOL. "'Love's symbol true thou art, Rose of the Sacred Heart." Glass paffzon For its queenly beauty and singular sweetness, the rose was chosen by the Cla.ss of '42 for the representative class flower. Upon our thoughts, words, and actions we desire the beauty of the rose to be impressed, and its sweetness to accompany all our dealings with mankind. Within the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we, Seniors of '42, placed all our progress and work, every success and failure, each moment of recreation and study. Within the Sacred Heart we found all treasures of wisdom and knowledge-He was our MODEL and EXAMPLE. The most difficult attempts became simple when entrusted to HIM: the most baffling questions were solved through His inspiration. Our prayer of confidence has been and will be, "Sacred Heart of Jesus, we place our trust in THEEJ' J 'W A 'Q s wx' 0-X00 Uf C LM m 9r'ow i O 12 O rfauf SP ant, ec 7 X3 6 gy so Sx Q , ,Q , ,X ' xx X i " x K? 'F A I K K x , Q .ig P sy , -g ' 1 'Q' Q. X . 'gm A . , i tx YN Q lv' 1 ' '. Q 5' W as X mfg: H,' . R , L X- ' B 51, '7 6 3. 4' '1 fw hm p s R' ' " V' CX N . Q ,U Ai' 2 Q Vis w", i -, 'fa nv. ' il 5' X. W A .5 ' , mu. 11:4-I ff"' ' k Q lllI1llnHl1l1lulMl1,111.14 i-HJ' 'I """"'Fm I J, w1,,vf,f111lwJ"' 5. W N 1 5 o ww 4 .xv Q! X 49 -0-QX Us I' tb -,, .m.nl:m u,u,.- ' , gf N mWlUN,,,,,,:l.1l1 .., N E .Q t Wmpmlnflfln.-1umm f1""" x f." G mx , ' if . S A5 4 " AND NOW We, the Seniors, have enlisted in the service of the gentle Mother of Victory .. . REGINA K. RASZYMCZYK Class President "Not Words but Deeds" Class President 4, Class Treasurer 3, Mission Crusade President 4, Eucharistic Committee Chairman 4, Science Club Secretary 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council President 4, Sodality 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4, Volley Ball Cap- tain, 2, Debating Team 3, Dramatic Club B, First Aid Certificate 3, S.P.Q.R.. Club 2, Literary Club 1, 2, 8, Art Club 3. MARTHA M. GIL Class Treasurer "Live to Learn and Learn to Live, and always Yeam to the Needy Give." Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Sodality 3, 4, Mission Crusade 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3. Literary Club 2, 3, Secretary S.P.Q.R. Club 2, Our Lady Committee Chairman 4, Eu- charistic Committee Chairman 3, Student Coun- cil, Vice-President 4, Nazarite Editor-in-Chief 4, Volley Ball 2, Debating Team 2, Dramatic Club 3, First Aid Certificate 3, Art Club 3. 1 .7 . U41 . D .1 A X FELICIA J. ZIOLKOWSKA Vice President "Beautiful Thoughts make Beautiful Lives." Literary Club 1, 2, 3, Sodality Secretary 4, Orchestra 2. S.P.Q.R. Club 2, French Club 3, Sports Editor 4, Glee Club 4, Volley Ball 2, 3, Debating Team 3. Dramatic Club 3, First Aid Certificate 3, Art Club 3. HELEN HELEN J. MARTOWSKA "Success calls for hard work and sacrifice." Literary Club 1, 2, Sodality 3, 4, Orchestra l, S P.Q,R. Club 2, French Club 2, Volley Hall 8, Dramatic Club 3, First Aid Certificate 3, Nazarlte Re- porter 4, Art Club 8. And our army is established all along tlweclwristian Coasts A. RZACA ,ft .4 l OS 0 -A. A. ,-l "Not what I like, but what is right." Literary Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club i, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Crusade 3, 4, S.P.Q.R. Club 2, Sodality 3, 4, The Nazarite Business Manager and Typit 4, Eucharistic Committee Chairman 4, Art Club 3, First Aid Certificate 3, Volley Ball 3. SOPHIE M. BECK 'Looking difficulty sweetly and square- ly in the face, will often kill it." Literary Club 2, 3, Sodality 3, 4, Glee Club 4, S.P.Q.R. Club 2, Treasurer French Club 3, Science Club 2, Volley Ball 2, Humor Editor 4, Debatinsz Team 3, Dramatic Club 3, First Aid Certificate 3, Art Club 3. l "Live to Serve" l Class l'rvsi4l1'nl l, 2, Il. Class l Fm-rvlary 4, Captain Vullvy Hall 'IR-am ' l, l'rm-sirlvnt Ulm- Club 2, 4, Gloc- Club Vic'c-Presirlcnt 3. Svienvo Club Rm-purlvr 3, Literary Club Secretary 2, Associate lirlitur fl. First Aifl Cerlifirato 3. S.l',Q.ll. Club 2, Art Club 2. 0 im! 'l'va m eflisxh flax 'T kqyll D like tbe Stars in Countless Numbers, ranked in multitudes are we, And like She we arc going to win Liles Victory . . RUTH K. PILARSKA Class Secretary rchvstra l, 2, 3, 4, Debat- ANNE R. RUPCZEWSKA "We Labor not for Time, but for Eternity." Class 'l'ruasurm'r l, 11, Glu' Club 1. 2, 3. 4, Orr-he-sim l. 2. Il. I. l.it1-rary Club l, 2. S.l'.Q,li. Club 2. llublil-aiiun Slafl' I. Suit-llv'u Club Cl. llrzlnlatis' Club ll. l"irsl Aill C1-rtil'ivatv 3, Art Club 24. ROSALIE A. KOTZ "Chee1'fu1ness has a Dual Value in Life." Glu' Club 1, II, il. al. Oruhs-stl':1 l, Y. fl. l, l'ublic':lliun Stull' 1. l,ilm-rzlry Club 2, Cl. l"m-:llllrv limlilur 1. Sm'ie'1u'1- Club 'l. lll'ill'll2llll' Club 34. I-'irsl Aifl 4'v-r1il'iv:ulv fl, Ari Club Il. Through prayer, Play, Work, and Action, She will guide us, oh so safely . . . e ?o'zecast The library fireplace was freshly subsisted with a huge log. The fire was blazing brightly as I dropped into a lounging chair directly in front of the fire- place. The library seemed unusually mysterious this evening, with the flames casting imaginative figures on rows of books compiled in cases along the wall. As I rolled the log over, my eyes set a steady gaze on the books. So many different subjects, and each held a secret of its own. My eyes again turned to the fire. They stared until my eyelids assumed an undescribable weight. They closed, and I drifted into the land of visions. A medical book on the fourth shelf opened: the scene was a hospital. A little figure in snowy white uniform was gently comforting an aching body. There was something oddly familiar about this figure. Slowly she turned her face and immediately I recognized Felicia Ziolkowska. Her desire to become a nurse had taken its course. The medical book closed and from the business section another book began to unfold its pages. The scene depicted here was one of the departments of a large telephone company. Two figures at the far end of the room attracted my attention. They worked speedily with the greatest ease. Their movements be- trayed them. They were our loving Sophie Marie Beck and Helen Martowska. Rich personality enabled them to reach their goal successfully. The pages closed quickly. From the first shelf a Polish History book por- trayed another scene. This time the scene was a classroom. Before a class of attentive students stood a young woman patiently explaining Poland's struggle for independence. That sweet, soft voice could be no one else's than Martha Gll's. Her gentle ways have enabled her to fulfill her ambition. The pages turned slowly and the book closed. Then a hand reached for the magazine rack, and the scene portrayed a designing shop. The book opened again and displayed models of recent patterns and ideas of dressmaking. A tall, slim, soft haired, welldknown figure of Regina Raszymczyk, was deeply engrossed in studying the different pictures and models in designing. Suddenly, an idea flickered in her mind and immediately she arose and went on with her work, satisfactorily accomplishing her hard task. As silently as the book had opened lt began to close. Then, a book from the music section revealed its scene. In an exquisite auditorium, before a vast audience, seated at the piano was a young girl. Her fingers lightly touched the keys and melodlous strains poured forth. As she rose to the great applause, I found myself staring at Helen Rzaca. She has become Hoffman's rival. Slowly the book closed. From the last shelf a beautifully bound prayer book disclosed a more touching scene. In a chapel which I immediately recognized as the Mount Nazareth Academy, knelt three sweet faced nuns. Their lips moved in silent prayer. They were Ruth Pilarska, Rosalie Kotz, and Ann Rupczewska. Suddenly, the book C10S6d with B. thlld and my visions vanished. The flames died down to a mere spark. The books still remained in proper order, but, they had lost their mysterious look, for I have shared in their secrets. Regina Raszymczylc, '42 ,vs Q, U., 22' a A ' Wi Gui?" L-vgffz-11. , 95 wifi 1 J 4... fri! Thatwe shall not faint nor shrink! . . Qu Raven The day for which we have been anxiously awaiting has come. It is an occasion in itself, which presents such a difficulty-a difficulty combined with joy and sadness-joy, because we have successfully reached the goal for which we have so long been strivingg sadness, because we must part with sweet memo- ries, teachers, and companions. Yet, we must consider, and rebel against our own thoughts, that there is an end to everything. Would we be willing to accomplish things lf there were no end? Let us admit to ourselves that we strived to do our best, and have done well. As the curtain is 'drawn down upon the last scene of our "school life". we are forced to depart with the utterance of the one sad word, "Farewell," Goodby, dear school, we leave you with regret and sorrowg we came into your midst untried, unlearned, but we go bearing the marks of character and good moral principles. We leave, bidding you our sincerest farewell and thank you for aiding us in our many achievements. To you, dear parents and guardians, we cannot express in words our heart- felt thanks of appreciation. We realize that had you not made all these sacrifices, we would not obtain a fair start. Therefore, we want you to know how much we appreciate your loving thoughtfulness, before we sail onward through the deeper channels to the sea of the larger life awaiting us. And now, members of the faculty, how can we voice our farewell to you? But we should not feel satisfied without a parting word to you. You have cer- tainly put every effort within your power to nurse our bodies for the better acceptance of mental training, for no pecuniary reward, but for the hunadredfold of the hereafter. Heaven bless you forever, and as we pass through life, may you with delight look upon our gains. Friends of the undergraduate classes, we shall miss you. We feel that we must not resign our places in the classrooms, without reminding you how important it is that you should sow with utmost care the seed of knowledge, and should only think those true and pure thoughts that must eventually develop into the strange and noble life you wish to build. Farewell, dear schoolmates, and in the tie of outclasped hands, we hope some .day to see you again. Let us ever hold in memory, dear classmates, the happy hours that blessed our Alma Mater-which made us friends forever, though apart. Let us be true to what we have learned, as we climb ahead to victories-true to our teachers, true to our Alma Mater, true to others and true to ourselves. For, but then, we shall be true to the world. V Sophie Marie Beck, '42 Up the mountains steep, wlweresoever our path may be, She will lead her devoted M N. Aities, to the land of Victory . . . , 1 04A Glass The time is approaching when we, the Class of '42, shall be but a memory to those who remain to carry on. To make the memoir a more lasting one, we unselfishly bequeath some of our most cherished characteristics which we think have distinguished the Class of 1942. In behalf of the Class, I call you together upon this solemn occasion to hear the last Will and Testament. We, therefore, as students do give and bequeath as follows: To our ALMA MATER, our lovlng memories of days gone by. To The Very Reverend Mother Eusebia, we leave our love and gratitude, for making Mount Nazareth Academy available for our education. To Mother Superior and all the Sisters, we feel duly grateful for their un- tiring efforts which they so faithfully carried out. To our dear Principal and the Faculty members, we leave cherished memo- ries of our Class and great appreciations for their fine advice which we found so profitable to follow. To the Juniors, we leave our Senior dignity, privileges, and responsibilities, the great necessities for all who have reached this place in school. May they follow in the footsteps of the Senior Class of 1942! To the Sophomores, we bequeath our noticeable personalities, and sincerely hope that they may find them most profitable. To the Freshmen, we have decided to leave our uniforms and books, because we feel that they will always make good use of them. Felicia Ziolkowska bequeaths her smile and dimples to Pearl Kaminska, but her ideals of being a private secretary to Sophie Sajni-ak. Martha Gil bequeaths her happy-go-lucky attitude to Ann Trzeciak, and her sincerity and position as editor-in-chief to Jane Andrzejewska. Ruth Pilarska bequeaths her vocal ability to Irene Pyszniak, and her glasses to Loretta Belczewska. Ann Rupczewska bequeaths her ability of Music to Sylvia Kneblewioz, but her love of English to Rita Listewska. V Regina Raszymczyk bequeaths her dancing ability to Betty Kownacka, and her popularity to Dorothy Golembiewska. Rosalie Kotz bequeaths her giggles to Mary Agnes Kucharska, but her love of books and knowledge to Dorothy Lau. Helen Martowska bequeaths her books to Josephine Retkowska, and her pleasing personality to Frances Majko. Sophie Beck bequeaths her ideals to Dorothy Checkg her observing ways to Pearl Dembowska, and her sweet disposition to Mary Jo Pisula. As for myself, I only wish for a smile from each one for whom I have testified and do hope that everyone is pleased with what I have given. This therefore. is the last Will and Testament of the Class of '42, and we do hereby swear that this is the first and only Will made during our long pleasant training days. Signed this 14th day of June, in the year of our Lord, 1942. Helen Rzaca Witnesses: Senior Class of 1942. if 1 ' Wfgfgiyr-124 And so on to Victory, we go . . 1 , 0422 rf ia' 7 I , 'L , Tin ieu I heard one of my teacher's once say: "I can make all sacrifices, impose on myself every privation, but I cannot say ADIEU!" Ah, in truth, for a loving heart this word is like a dagger-stroke: it kills when it is deeply felt. Yet, we must say it, not only to our classmates, but to all that vie hold most dear-to our FACULTY and even to our sweetest memo- r es! Oh, dear Classmates! have you ever reflected on that FAREWELL, on that separation which breaks our tie with our dear ALMA MATER? A human heart is so loving, its origin so divine, that it is im- possible not to feel this separation. However, to console ourselves, my dear Classmates, consider that one day we shall all meet again in Heaven-to be parted no more! Farewell, how oft that sound of sadness, Like thorns of sorrow, pierce the heart, And hush the harp tones of its gladness, And tear the bleeding chords apart. Farewell! and if by distance parted We see each other's face no more, Ah! may we with the faithful-hearted Meet by the Heaven's Door. Maffha Gil, '42 emenfo 'mei When friends turn pale, when envious traitors fly, When hard beset, your spirit justly proud For truth, peace, freedom, mercy, dares defy A sullen faction, and a raving crowd: Amid the din of all things, fell and vile, Hate's yell, and envy's hiss, and folly's bray, Remember me-and with an unforced smile See riches, baubles, flatterers, pass away. Yes, they will pass away: nor deem it strange: They come and go, as comes and goes the sea- And let them come and go! You, through all change, Fix your firm gaze on VIRTUE, and on ME! -ALMA MATER Undergraduates Qur Hearts to Higher Levels Rise , . Xi j W it Xi fx, N f t s ,Q ii X A f X kms .' 4" J Q K x L 1 L I Q, ,I ,. 'W' , U ' 4 ,JZ ,' --f ' ,7 g - A if., Xl- 'V' YL i A ,1 X cg K l F, lnczfpreaildc-U11 I.. i. 1' K N i N rg I X if :V Q ' V F Vx fi ,L f K 'H S ah X if 97? , Q Q""" 'ff K V, ,. X s f MXN TX ' f- K 'ii CF? 025133 tr1'a!L,in'11L 7-Le paffziofic guniofzs The Junior Class has this year well established itself. The Class obviously does not lack leadership. Furthermore. statistics show that the Junior Class has supplied almost one-half of all the participants in most of the school's Activities. Outstanding Junior home-room programs have been planned to provide entertainment and opportunities to consider seriously problems of interest to the whole school. The Juniors also capably Program which turned out to be a real success. planned a Mardi Gras Party and a Senior's Class President Dorothy Golembiewsl Vice-President Betty Kownacka Class Treasurer Aurelia Organisciak Class Secretary Mary Jo Pisula Left Wing top: Jane Andrzcjewska Loretta Belczewska Dorothy Check Pearl Kaminska Pearl Dembowska Irene Pyszniak Right Wing top: Sylvia Kneblewicz Agnes Kucharska Frances Majko Dorothy Lau Rita Listewska Josephine Retkowska Anne Trzeciak Sophie Sajniak we Ole S tuclious 0 ptimistic P ractical H army O observing M ischievous 0 bliging R eady E nergetic S ophomores Upholding what is True and Right . . 'sm gggowefscenf goplmomofzes Top Row left: Bottom Row left: Right corner top: In to Anything and in for Everything . . . Helen Bykowska, Regina Sullivan, Bernadette Jagielska, Eugene Ku'awska, Sophia Monczewska, Florence Kunicka, Virginia J Wilczynska, Eleanor Baksisz, Florence Kirzyc, Anne Wroblewska, Jane Gwarek, Anne Lesniak, President, Gertrude Dobrowolska, Wanda Kulbabinska, Lillian Walczak. Evelyn Bombich, Audrey Walkowska, Therese Tysarczyk, Dorothy Clark. Margaret Kownacka. The SOPHOMORE CLASS has to its credit a year of bustling activity and enviable accomplishment in collecting ADS for the "NAZAREAN." In Orchestra and Glee Club, Sophomores supply about twenty- five per cent of the talent. In September, as Juniors, they will surely move on to further achievements. XX Began to Build For VICTQRV , . Rose Ratajezyk. Mildred Gosk. Marie Kwit. Josephine Piatkowska. Dolores Kubit. Dolores Bosacka. Adeline Bankowska. Mildred Sobek. Wanda Matanowska. Ruth Kalka. Elizabeth Wujko, Sophie Hamerska, Sophie Wilezynska. Stella Olesinska. Therese Lubinska, Agnes Piotrowska, Loretta Wierzbowska, Dorothy Dombrowska. Therese Klemanska, Joan Majko. Esther Klavon, Evelyn Maciejewska. Sophie Greczanlk. Mary Nowak. Florence Pinkowska. Dorothy Raszymezyk, Rita Zielinska. Therese Gostomska. Maurilla Budkowska, Anastasia Malewska. The FRESHMEN, as a class have proved themselves interested in school affairs and anxious to participate in all school activities. Every Tuesday and Friday, since January 6. the FRESHMEN also enjoyed a demonstration of FIRST AID procedures when Mrs. Klein- fielder. the Red C1'oss Nurse. explained bandages for a variety of pur- poses, antidotes for poisons and methods of moving injured persons. In Orchestra and Operetta. Freshmen have more than a good toe- hold. In June. the tender FRESHMAN Sprouts-ready for trans- planting. 7-Le 'fteslzmen ate 6421 fiom 7-fzaditional Qfzeen We're just little Freshman Class Not veiy important are we. But. were not the Seniors once Freshmen Before they Seniors could be? Sad to say we're not angels Nor anything other than this.- That were just human beings and Freshmen Every individual Miss. True. we are only beginners Yet a class named Fresh- men Beeause we are tryine: to make our class The best it can possibly be. Then some day when we're "seniors" Loving big sisters we'll be True to all the ideals Which were ours when Freshmen were we. L. W. '45 CHRISTS "Little Al'Illy" on the knees, Praying for America's Vic't,ory and World Peace, Qu tba Wlrwggs of faith . . Last day of the Annual Retreat at Mount Nazareth. Bellevue, Pa. Th Students kneel in adoration during the Holy Hour. A Spiritual Bomber consisting of 54.600 ejaculatory prayers is being sent ti Christ. the VICTOR. by these Students for PEACE and VICTORY. Oh. grand marching M.N,Aites of Christian endeavor. Be valiant and faithful forever and everg Let heavenly banners above you be streaming. Your helmets of faith in the sunlight be grleamingg March on. never fear. for your cause is all glorious- Through CHRIST you shall WIN. for HIS side is VICTORIOUS. prayer for Spiritual Defense . After Holy Hour, the Sodality Members in V-formation are leav- ing the Chapel. ' s Qflkl LL Pure in body and mind In her walk Humble hearted In her manner Thoughtful in speech In her words Prudent in counsel In her conversation Industrious at work In her looks Reserved in conversation In her actions She Exeelled- She Never- By Faith Offended her parents By Piety Despised the humble By Purity Mocked the feeble By Silence Ignored the poor ft oclel Mary Was- There was Nothing Immodcst- Her Principles lhlere- To seek God alone To live in solitude To hurt no one To look without envy on mei companions To fly from vanity To love virtue To do good to all To follow in all things tht straight path I wonder ever forget the at school when prayer before altar. and the if we shall calm hours we knelt in our Lady's altar of St. Joseph, Her most Chaste Spouse. In Loyalty. to the Importance ofRetain1ng FREEDOM for Qursclvcs and our posterity The Student Vouncil lilquips Us W'ith t'hristian Ilcniocratic Ideals. Student. Council, a group made up of the Presidents of the home-rooms. is thc student pgovernin,Q body of our school. under the leadership of its officers: Regina Rzisxymczyk. President. Martha Gil. Vice-President. and Dorothy Golem- bicwska. Secretary. The Outstanding Objectives of the Student Council are: 1. To provide a working model of a governmental unit under which students live. '7 -. To foster Catholic Leadership. and develop student responsibilities. initiative. and school pride. . 3. To stimulate moral. educational, and social Progress. Since the formation of this Association. many plans and activities have been carried out. due to the cooperation between the Student Council. the Student Body. and the Faculty. May it be as successful in the future years as it has been in the first year of its formation. Ruth Pilarska, '42 gfzeafz Oil Degense Prcpariiig against future. Mrs. Kleinfielder. thc Red Cross nurse. demon- strates proper bandaging. splinting, and respiration with "models," students of 1 Mount Nazarctli Academy. . LL in Self-sacrifice, Cooperation, and Right Judgement oi Catholic Democracy . . We sam pattiotism Patriotism and School Spirit-these two go hand in hand with the same objective in mind. Patriotism elevates, invigorates, and inspires the individuals of a country to noble works. A true patriot performs his duty faithfully and manfully, lives an honest and uprxht life, and strives to make the best use of opportunities for improve- ments that present themselves on every side. Where an individual respects the rights and freedoms of the other, there a mutual brothership is felt and experienced. School spirit, I believe, has the same foundation of all such motives. There is the spirit of loyalty and falrnessg the spirit of cooperation and helpfullness between the faculty and the student body: of courtesy and unselfishness towards one another: of consideration for the rights of others. With To it We PLEDGE our lives. our FORTUNES and our HONOR Toast to time Qmefzican A11 hail to our glorious ensign! Courage to the heart. and strength to the hand to which at all times it shall be entrusted! May it ever wave in honor and unsullied glory from the country's strong foothold and wave-rocked top-mast. And wherever upon the earth's sur- face the eye of the American may behold it, may he have reason to bless it. There may FREEDOM have a strong foot- hold. HUMANITY a brave Champion and RELIGION an ALTAR. WW, H. Whalen it Siem! proper school spirit every race and na- tionality unites and cooperates. Patriotism again, is like an organism composed of cells. Love of school is cne of these cells. Since the school is a social unit in the country. love of school is just a particle of patriotism. This particle is magnified and put into action. especially among the students of M.N.A.. who lcve and respect their school as citizens love and respect their country and work fer its Victory. The students are trying to be loyal and trustworthy: their efforts in this line classify them as true patriots. Their capacity for sacrifice. respect. and trust in regard to their country is proved largeiy by the executing of these same virtues in their school life. Rosalia Kota, '42 in the Fields of Science Nlattwliidtlcs, and Languages - Widening the Reasons Reign Testing Truths set down by the Scientists. In our Biology Laboratory. we unearth many Natures Mysteries. The Geometry Class watches the explanation of the entricacies of circles and tan- gents. Imagination Studying' English to get an In the Fullfhearted Work - Cheerfulness gives Elasticity to the Spirit of VICTQRV Sophomores think, there is a thrill in studying LATIN . . . W tobie MlodzieZy, Narod. Ojczyzna poklada nadzieje przy- 1 szlosci . . . N Everywhere have I sought PEACE, and nowhere have I found it, save in a corner of a Library with a BOOK. -Thomas a'Kempis Working Together for the purpose of Serving Humanity - - what a Wealth of Smashing VICTORIES Qualifications of a Good Secretary: Poise, Tact, Sweet- ness, Accuracy. and Intelligence. Here, the white Collar Girls of Tomorrow cultivate Interest, Technique, Courtesy, Appearance. and Posture so as to become good TYPISTS. Putting Joy into VICTORY at the end of a Perfect Day- Duke, the school Mascot, is al- ways sure to be at his post .... Smqmg and playing, We, likewise Pause our Voices to V- Note . "Music is a S a c r e d. a divine. a God-like thing. and was given to man by Christ to lift our hearts up to God. and make us feel something of the Glory and beauty of God. and of all which God has made." The GLEE CLUB, organized a few years ago. is by no means inferior to the Or- chestra as a vehicle of musical expression for the students. It offers opportunities for cultivating the voice and mind through classical music and lyric. Though the Glee Club members hold no pretensions of be- ing a professional chorus. yet. they at- tempt to perform practically every type of vocal music-from operatic selections to popular. patriotic and folk tunes. The young songsters add to all school and festival programs by their charming har'- mony of youthful hearts poured out into joyful chords. On April 19. the Glee Club Member's joined the Orchestra in the Concert. testi- fying to what eager music lovers can ac- complish in this art. The Program was varied, containing besides a scene from Moniuszko's opera, "Straszny Dworf' and a longer orchestral composition, featuring Polish Folk tunes "Polskie Kwiatyf' such The Keynote of our Orchestra is PROGRESS. and keeping in step with TIME. we surely do march "ON TO VIC- TORY." Although organized only a few years ago. the M.N.A. Orchestra under the capable direction of talented conductor, Mr. Vaclav Klimek. is truly attaining high standards in the line of both classical and popular music. It supplies the festive tone to school activities and outstanding Pro- grams of the year. The CONCERT held on April 19. at Herron Hill Auditorium was the first of its kind. and. therefore. requires special men- tion in this Annual. It was there that our Orchestra members demonstrated their extra- ordinary talents and ability. revealing to the enraptured audience: "What Passion cannot Music Raise or Quellf' selections as G0unod's "Nazareth" Oginski's J "PoZegnanie Ojczy- znyj' an English Ope- retta. "The Rose of Savoy." and other vocal and instrumental numbers. Enchanted by their great suc- cess. the M.N.A. music lovers aware of the fact that music is the rzost artistic expres- sion of the human soul, wish to perfect themselves steadily in this harmonius kin- dering of Classical Music. 13.133 Q!! Soldiers and sailors and civilians are finding a powerful stimulus to morale in MUSIC, according to many statesmen and educators who have joined in urging the nation to make the greatest possible use of this instrument in its FIGHT for FREEDOM. "Now that our country is at war, the importance of pure MUSIC and all fine ARTS is much greater than ever before," declared Dr. Williams Lyons Phelps, of Yale University. Gulfivafe music . Music is the voice of civilization and we must not lose interest in the very things we are fighting to preserve. Instead of sllghting or neglecting PURE MUSIC, we should cultivate it more earnestly in the months to come. To do this will be to fulfill one of the highest aims of PATRIOTISM. Proper Music in the home, on the radio and in SCHOOLS and COLLEGES will do more to inspire Patriotism, elevate morale, submerge sorrow and encourage increased effort than any other form of activity. I do not ask. 0 Lord, That in the SYMPHONY of LIFE, My voice should sing A note of wondrous power But that in harmony With other lives it ring. Nor, that by rests my part In Thy great song be filled To serve in tone so sweet. And may I to Thy touch Always respond, love-thrilled Until the closing BEAT. A. R. C zz. 0 cn E. E UI o '1 'L N CI: D Q. 5' CII U 2. N U! 'U Q: .-. 2. o Z. U5 3 X ,C 3' Every Noble Activity Widens the Horizon of the Soul MEMORIES that will last throughout life. Helen Rzaca. the Queen at Mardi Gras, and her Court. Making their nimble feet dance. and how! Conte-ntment opens the source of every joy .... In an Atmosphere of Friendliness and informality. The Stately and Dignified "Polonaise" The Chritsmas Pageant that Broathed Holiday Cheer. The Polish Folk Dance "K1'akowiak" The March of the "Wooden Soldiers" They Sparkled in Victory and Defeat. Unceasinggly, We are also Adding V - degrees to our culture " ..ia-ale ss 1i":x'Xwc xwxmmw MID PLEASURES I I vi Ox I: 5 X Y' ,5 I 0 I I I I " I on Cxrusfld T II II ,II '-. QI .3 I X.: M . 'i i I Q? A L N 9 I ML Ek I j ' I 1 1 x I , 2 I x I 1,1 I xc We sI1eII QIIQIW I2ecaII the Joyfull Ilmes We I-Idd on the Campus . n 5:-'nic . Mourxf M:7ilr'tHl 7f2Jl'!lfl 71-fell 'Qc is :: Z A 'Q F II V Rb Q UN 0 N v L J vi U ft Nr' Q 'M ll In 3 'N' K.: I .ox -E 5 P .C , Z QE sgx E E '+I B E LE S. I2 fu v 'I is mx 'V I1 Q L V -K '-4-I L P! lv U Kkepmj Jwut, Natural and Uwpollcd 'I 5 s U -lim ' 3' nu! 49 NY cpu ff! 'O s Q Q M 5 E 1. I 'I fi fr 'V- 0 3' ll 1 N U 5'- u 5 4- e 'Nv- I 'Vx I C. 5 za -A N Q. 5 u 7 -4 I R So with Fond Memories of our High School Life . . GW! LCS Gdlenadft SEPTEMBER 1941 3-New and old students get acquainted. M.N.A. welcomes new Principal. 12-Election day for Seniors and Juniors. 18-Freshmen prove that "They can take it." 30-Acadernites assemble to greet The Very Reverend Mother M. Eusebia. OCTOBER 1-Sodality chooses Committee. 2-Students visit Character Doll Exhibit at Kaufmann's. 31-Halloween spirit prevails during witches rendezvous. NOVEMBER 1-All Saints' Day. Free Day. 8-Book Week Program. Miss G. Blanchard was the guest speaker. 9-Seniors sponsor Bingo Party. 18--Members of our school "Catholic Students Mission Crusade Unit" attend a meeting conducted by the Reverend F. Bailey. 19-Science Club holds annual outing. DECEMBER 8-Students celebrate Mother Eusebia's Feastday. 10-Sodality of Our Lady admits new members. 15-Seniors present Bill of Rights Program. 22-Lighting the Christmas Candle initiated in the Academy. 23-Christmas recess begins. JANUARY 1942 21-Mid-Year Examinations. 23-Semester Holiday. Free Day. 26-Grand Raffle Day. 27-Annual Retreat conducted by Reverend J. Hamerski. FEBRUARY 12--Seniors and Juniors attend a debate at the Holy Ghost Academy. 17-French Club Sponsors Mardi Gras Festival. MARCH 15-Latin Club presents "lirics of March.' Program. 16--Junior English Class Formal Debate. 19-Feast Day of St. Joseph. Free Day. 31-Easter recess begins after last class. APRIL 7-Classes resume. 19-Concert held by the M.N.A. Orchestra and Glee Club. 29-Oratorical Contest given by the Sophomore Class. MAY , 3-Students on the Air over Station K.Q.V. 11-Sodality Day and May Queen Coronation at the Mount. 20-Polish Poetry Contest. 26-Senior Farewell Party sponsored by the Underclassmen. JUNE 1-"Open House" for the Students from different parishes. 4-Senior Class Day. 5--Final Examination. - 10-School Picnic. 12-Scholastic year ends. 14-GRADUATION. Helen Martowska, '42 And With our VICTORY IDEALS onward The 'nazafzean S2666 Before Christmas holidays the Seniors decided to publish a Yearbook for the first time in the annals of Mount Nazareth. As the Year 1942 swung into place, bringing with it the necessity of organizing a staff for the first publication of the NAZAREAN, things began to look gloomy for the Seniors. Times were hard with War at hand. The editing of a volume, entailing the expenses of the NAZAREAN would be positive folly. And yet, could this journalistic minded class of '42 endure the taunting "I told you so?" No, a NAZAREAN must be published. And so they proceeded to carry out their plans and ambitions to immortalize the Class of '42 in picture, in poetry, and in prose. The Seniors' first step was the election of Martha Gil as the editor-in- chief. Together with her capable assistant the editor began to publish the NAZAREAN. The financial end of the project was also placed in the hands of an able executive, Regina Raszymczyk, who announced a campaign for adver- tlsements and stoically pronounced her ultimatum: "Ads or no Annual." What was there to be done but to heed the mandate. Did they succeed? We shall let the NAZAREAN answer for itself. The Seniors, themselves, feel justly prould of their Annual and wish to thank sincerely all the underclassmen, who by joining their patron, ad, or subscription list, have helped to make this 1942 NAZAREAN go over as big success. THE STAFF God Bless and Speed us Forward . gxcefz fs 'fiom a enioffs Diet P 'I September 5, 1988-It's a memorable day! I enter Mount Nazareth Academy for the first time where I encounter many students. Twenty of these are to be my classmates. September 6,1988-The Principal presents me with unfamiliar studies such as Latin and Algebra. I learn to like them during the course of the Year. September 27,1988-How can any one forget "Initia- tion Dayl" Each of us performed her task nobly, and thus displayed her sportsmanship. It was a glorious day for my classmates and me. December 21, 1988-I am delighted to hear that the "Christmas Party" was a great success. This is the Freshmen's first attempt at parties. January 14,1989-Many of my classmates display their dramatic ability by participating in the annual performance held in honor of the Very Reverend Mother Provincial. February 19, 1939-A Polish Poetry Contest is held. The entire Freshmen class endeavored to at- tain high honors. June 7, 1989-It is a dreadful day, for the Final Examination takes place. Did I do everything in my power to pass'I'I? June 9, 1939-A misfortune befalls our school, for our well beloved Principal, Sister M. Chester, passes away. June 14, 1989-I part with my companions to enjoy a two months' vacation. 1939--1940 September 8,-I return to M.N.A. with seventeen Sophomores and a determination to accomplish more than I did in the previous year. September 4,-Sister M. Liguori, the newly appointed Principal, greets the entire school. We are pleased to know her. October 10,-The Sophomores organize the S.P.Q.R. Club. It is the first in the school's history. November 28,-The Science classes are privileged to make their Annual Trip to Phipps Conservatory and Carnegie Museum. The diligent Sophomores are to be found among the students. December 14,-I, with the other members of my class, display my dramatic ability in the Latin Play, "Io Saturnalia." I had a grand time. January 28,-The Sophomores as members of the Literary Club, participate in the Poetry Con- test. Two of us are on the "Honorable Men- tion List." June 10,-'I enjoy an outing in North Park. This marks the close of another scholastic year. hmm 1940-1941 September 4,-Another scholastic year begins for the fifteen Juniors. We are introduced to impor- tant commercial studies, such as, shorthand and typewriting. Another unfamiliar subject is French. October 5,-I am introduced to the art teacher and determine to accomplish things to the best of my artistic ability. November 17,-I am among the art and science stu- dents to take a trip to Stephen Foster Memo- rial, Heinz Chapel and other educational places. February 6,-I cooperate in the Mardi Gras Festival. May 3,-The day of exhibit is here. I admire my pieces of art with pride. June 9.-A picnic in North Park terminates the 1940-1941 scholastic year. 1941-1942 September 2,-My last year in high school begins. Fully aware of the responsibilities of a Senior, I, nevertheless, decide to persevere. September 3,-I am introduced to Sister M. Pius, the new Principal, and I am delighted to know her. September 80,-Academites assemble in the auditorium to greet the Very Reverend Mother M. Eusebla, the newly appointed Mother Provincial. October 3,-A character Doll Exhibit is held at Kaufmann's and I attend it. November 8,-Book Week is observed and I am honored with a visit from Miss Gertrude Blanchard, the head librarian at Duquesne Uni- versity. December 8,-I take an active part in the performance held in honor of the Very Reverend Mother Provincial. December 15,-As a history student, it is my duty to 'entertain the underclassmen during the Bill of Rights Week. January 27,-I profited a great deal by the con- ferences given by Reverend F. I-lamerski during my last Annual Retreat at M.N.A. April 19,-The entire Senior Class participates in the Annual Concert, which is held in the Herron Hill Auditorium. June 4,-After discarding the worries attached to the Comprehensive Test, I enjoyed myself on the Senior Day Outing. It turned out to be I glorious event. June 14,-Commencement Day! I am forced to bid my Alma Mater farewell, but I leave to face the future with all its uncertainties and ob- stacles, firmly believing that the years spent undrr her guidance have adequately equipped me to take up the struggle of life confidently. Once again, Alma Mater, I bid thee F-A-R-E-W-E-L-L. . . . Felicia Ziolkowslci, '42 E Eg vp", "lt ss Yi? f I N 2,519 4 I' fi, " A-.Q I T9 M y fb! jf? i X is 1 yr :R A H AV! Wx L 4:,,g X A ,ik fxreix I I l X Lb: ff' E 5 V rl X, ik , 9 t 1 A 1 x X g x 1 X . tb A i it ' i ? o Xt l U N I' 0 If 1 v' 'ty' 1 R ' X ii" 9 z Q' 4 .X t R S - . sl 4' 1 I e icafe TO POLAND'S HEROES, WHO HAVE DIED WITH THEIR FLAG STILL FLOATING, STILL NAILED TO THE NATION'S MAST EC- O, valiant hearts, behind your shattered walls, Hurling defiance at the brutal foe, Unconquered still, they answer blow for blow, And, falling, hurl their last defiant calls. Ere POLAND dies. They fall, to show the world That POLAND will live again. Singing your battle song that all may hear Its loud, sweet echoes ringing over head, Answering a million strong your tortured cries Keeping this faith for which your country dies. Praying to GOD, POLAND'S protector ever To bring back FREEDOM, keep her free forever. . . E. C. A. Tolyie polslzo ..... My mlodzi damy Czasy Nowe, My mlodzi Odrodzimy Swiat, Bo serca nasze Czyste, Zdrowe B6g w serca nasze MLODOSC kladl Wiec nie placz OJCZYZNO cierpieniem stroskana . . Krew TWA plynaca. to Perly przysziosci. Zbita, zsieczona wiciekloiciq tyrana, W podziw wprowadzasz wsze narodowoici, My u st6p tronu JEZUSA na Niebie, Blagamy POLSKO, 0 pomoc dla CIEBIE . . w 72i8LULl9GSl'8j pamlqci Dla misfiza 72:2 misfize MENUET Edited and txngvrud kv I . . ,, . . ROY JA CROCKER I. J. IADILRILXK hhl, Up. 14, No.1 Allvgretto 31328 34223 343123 34323 , - 5 4 N 2 2 N 4 4 N 2 2 7, Y : L1 Dirt :ll U.. 1 null l lg. 1 uni I 5 'QY1-AQ u I- 1 W DJl"1J ll . 1 . 1 1 5 4 1 I i 5 . . . 5 5 1 f sl un' M' u 1""' ' I UQ . , 3 P . . . , CBT---ll -- ' if 3 'Z .x 'Dio 'fm J--- 57 1 1 l'1.5+IwItu'r1 by Fwd Hviixt x 4 ,:w1,U?-,f,, Mmh- in U.S.A. F ll M, Nicch Pzuuicc PADEREWSKIEGO Zyjv po wivczuv czuxsy wsmd nas. I uioch p1'zySwiem':1 przykladvm IEASTCDIIYIII pokolcuiom by lltrwulily 1111 Ziemi Amcrykzlldskiei Polskoici i Milorlci do POLSKI. oc ane Qlifuiienffzif Prosze was pamietajcie, gdziekolwiek obracad sie bedziecie zeicie Polkami! Pamietajcie, ze pochodzicie z narodu 0 przeszloici chlubnej i pelnej zaslug. Pamietajcie, ze Ojczyzna nasza zasluzy- la sobie na miano przedmurza chrzeicijafxstwa. Gdyby nie Polska, to hordy batarskie, mongolskie i niemieckie zmienilyby powierzch- nie Europy juz kilkaset lat temu. Z take przeszloiciq pochodze- nia naszego nie potrzebujemy sie wstydzid. Narbd, kt6ry wydal uczonych takiej miary jak Kopernik lub Sklodowska., - nar6d, ktdry posiada literatdw i wieszcz6w w rodzaju Mickiewicza, Slo- wackiego, Sienkiewicza., Zeromskiego 1 innych, - w dziedzinie muzyki zai Paderewskiego i Szopena, - malarzy typu Matejki, Styki i Kossaka, czyz nie jest nasza, chlube? Czy Stwom nie przy- sporzyl nam slawy, jako artysta-rzezbiarz? Najwspanialsze mosty W Ameryce stanely geniuszem Modrzejewskiego. Nardd, ktbry wydal Koeciuszke i Pulaskiego, tych dw6ch bojownikdw o wolnoid Ameryki, moze by6 malym? Tych kilka przyk1a,d6w i nazwisk to niezbite niczym dowody, ze POLSKA - to Wielka Rzecz . . . Jestesmy takze, moja droga Mlodziezy, potomkami wielkich i zacnych przodl-:6w, kt.6rzy za, wiare Swieta, i za wolnoid swej Ojczyzny cierpieli wiezienie, ucisk, ponizenie i krew swa przelewali, jak to 1 dzii bohatersko czynia w obronie Ojczyzny. Obowiqzkiem waszym zatem jest te Swieta, spuicizne naszych szlachetnych pra- ojc6w zachowad i przekazad ja, nienaruszonq, nastepnym po- koleniom. Idzciez wiec z tym przekonaniem, ze AKADEMIA wasza dale. wam w reke podwdjna, brori, wiare i wiedze. Obydwie trze- ba, 'kultywowad i poglebiad. Tak uzbrojone mozecie imialo stawid czolo wszystkim przeciwnoiciom i mozolom zyciowym. Bqdzcie pewne, ze w waszych wychowawczyniach mialyicie najszczersze przyjacidlki, i ze blogoskawiehstwo ich towarzyszyd wam bedzie na drodze zyciowej. Nie zapominajcie o waszej ALMA MATER z kt6- rej wyszlyicie, a kt6ra na nowa droge zycia rzuca wam serdeczne: SZCZESC BOZE! fZ przemdwienia MATKI M. EUZEBII, Przel. Prow. Si6str Najiw. Rodziny z Nazaretub o fa If nd potions and Odvefzfiseisz If I help you And you help me We both are helped, That's plain to see. And I am sure And are not you? 'Tis what our LORD Would have us do. Then when we do 'Tis sure that HE Will help and bless Both you and me. I'm sure my creed Will stand it brother, Will yours? If so, We'll help each other. 'K-K+! TL Glass o l9L,l.2, gefofze ggning wishes to acknowledge with Sincere Appreciation and Gratitude THE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE of THEIR PATRONS PARENTS, FRIENDS, BUSINESS FIRMS SCHOOLS, and CLASSMATES And the Faithful Services of Gimbels Photo Reflex Studio, Pittsburgher Polish Daily Publishing Co. Jahn :Sz Ollier Engraving Co. The S K Smith Co., Book Covers, Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh. Pa. Chicago. Illinois Chicago, Illinois DoPom6i am afzio. W dniu dzisiejszym, jako w dniu Uroczystym Graduacji przystqpilyimy, Graduantki, do Stolu Paziskiego i oddalyimy hold Patronce naszej "Kr6lowej Zwy- cieskiejn. Umocnione na. duchu, kohczymy nasze studia i zabrad sig mamy do dal- szej szarej a. zmudnej pracy zyciowej. P6jdziemy do niej z nowym zapalem i nowymi silami, bo stanal nam dzii jasno przed oczy nasz wielki cel i zrozumialysmy lepiej, jak do niego dazyd. Nie lekamy sig zadnych truddw, to w tej walce o idealy zyciowe walczyd bedziemy nie my same lecz walczyd bedzie z nami Chrystus, czuwad nad nami i nad naszq praca, bedzie "Kr61owa Zwyciezkan. Dlatego tez uroczystoid dzisiejsza kohczymy pelne wiary 1 ufnoici W ZWYCIESTWO Kraju i Ojczyzny naszej. Patronko Nasza, Tyi nasz przejasny wz6r, Najwznioilejszymi hasly Chciej przejaci serca cdr. Niech w pracy, cnocie, zgodzie Zywota przedziem nid - - Dla Polski, dla Narodu Dopomdz Mario, zy6! Martha Gil, '42 faubafe Dominum n ancfis Sins Chwalcie Pana z Jego Swiqtobliwoici, Chwalcie Pana z Jego wielkiej moznoici, Chwalcie z mocy, chwalcie Go Z dziwnej wielkoici Jego. Chwalcie Pana ogromnemi trqbami, Chwalcie Pana przyjemnemi lutniami, Chwalcie bebny, chwalcie Go Kolem tahca pieknego. Chwalcie Parma i harfa i regaly, Chwalcie Pana wesolemi cymbaly, Wszleka rzecz, kt6ra. zywie, Wyznaj Pana chetliwie. Jan Kochanowski Patrons The Most Reverend Ste hen S. Woinickl, D.D. P Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit The Very Reverend Ladlslaus Sliwlnski Joseph Sonnefeld, C.S.Sp. John Janczuklewicz, C.S.Sp. John Roslcki of Mount Nazareth Academy Henry Radwanski Francis Szurnierski, C . S . Sp. Dr. Ladislaus Stanczak John Zeglen Stephen Dlugolecki Joseph Pol John Pudlo Francis Poszukanis Simon Kilar Leo Szybowicz Casimir Nagorski Anthony Habrowskl Francis Pilz Edmund Szumal The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The The Reverend Reverend Reverend Chaplain Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Reverend Mr. Joseph Alioto Mr. 6 Mrs. S. Andrzejewski Dr. A Mrs. H. R. Bielski Miss G. Blanchard Mr. dz Mrs. Bombich Mr. Stanley Buczynski Mrs. Sylvia Borkowska Mr. 6 Mrs. Bognoskl Mr. Q Mrs. Balcer Mrs. Bafalska 1 Mr. 6 Mrs. Walter Bazner Mrs. Val. Boker Mr. J. P. Buczek Miss Margaret Clark Cassel's Men Store Mr. S. N. Deb:-off Mr. K. Dobrowolski Mr. 6 Mrs. Alex Dlugoriski Mrs. A. J. Drozdowska Mr. Q Mrs. G. Delost Mr. dz Mrs. T. Dobrowolski Mrs. Dudzinska Compliments of a Compliments of a Friend, F. S. Compliments of a Compliments of a Mrs. Gaida Mrs. Guscinska Mrs. T. Gaworska Mr. B. Grzeskiewicz Mr. S. S. Grabowski Mr. H. Guckert Mr. A Mrs. F. Happ Dr. Joseph Harenski Helen's Cleaning Shop Mrs. Elsie Jagielska Mrs. Kopczyn ka Mrs. Kiesznowska Walter T. Kamyk A Mrs. S. Krawczyk Cecilia Kr6l T. Kanoza Stella Kwiatek Friend W. F. Friend, Friend, A. K. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mr. k Mrs. J. Kaminskl Mr. John T. Kaminski Miss E. Laskowska Mr. A. Leiniak The The The The The The Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. The The The M. Mr. Mr. Mr. Reverend Jerome Rojewski Reverend Thaddeus Woloszczyk, Reverend Edward Slerocki Reverend Joseph Forysiak Honorable Cornelius B. Scully Mayor of Pittsburgh 0.F.M. Honorable Dr. 6 Mrs. Heliodor Sztark Consul General of Poland Woiciech Swietoslawski In Mrs. John Kasprzak Maria Kr6l6wna dz Mrs. Lester Pierce Very Reverend Mother Mary Lauretta Superior General of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth Reverend Mother Mary E'usebia Superior Provincial of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth Reverend Mother Mary Akwilina Superior of Mount Nazareth N. A. Orchestra Samuel Lefkowitz dz Mrs. S. Lewandowski Robert Lester Mrs. Anne Lange Mr. 6: Mrs. Lewandowski Thos. McCaffrey Co. Mrs. Milarska Mrs. Marwnik Mr. Mrs. Q Mrs. Milarski Rose Mentowska Mrs. Nalltorz Mr. Mrs. Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. 6 Mrs. W. Nowak O'Conney . J. W. Orzechowska A Mrs. H. Pijanowski Adam Plutnicki A. Pampuch Miss Jenny Pietrusinska Mrs. Martha Pllatowska Mrs. A. Pyzdrowska Mr. Mr. E Mrs. J. Pilarski Leonard 6 Eugene Pilarski Polito Fruit Market Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. dz Mrs. R. C. Puhl 6 Mrs. P. 'Pinkowski b Mrs. Retkowskl b Mrs. John Rupczewski Mrs. Sadowska Mr. Mr. A Mrs. Jos. Szwarc Jos. A. Spik Mrs. M. Swierkowska Miss Sophie Suhny Mr. Paul Sehenk Mr. dz Mrs. John Sajniak Mr. dz Mrs. S. Swierkowski Mr. dz Mrs. Z. Swierkowskl Mr. A Mrs. J. Trzeciak Mr. 6 Mrs. F. Tysarczyk Mr. Max Veiss Mr. Wolski Mrs. L. Walkowska Mr. 6 Mrs. E. Wojtasiak Wojcik Reality Shoppe Warsaw Bakery Zawada's Ecclesiastical Store Mr. Ed. Zinsser Miss L. Zurowska Academy df Che1ecki's PURE FOOD MARKET mmm. em Member: White Eagle Stores v'c'. ,lcon-ounp 0' 2931 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. We Deliver Court 6874 COMPLIMENTS OF OHIO VALLEY GENERAL HOSPITAL MCKEES ROCKS, PENNSYLVANIA Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATING CLASS OF '42 MERCY HOSPITAL Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth ALTOONA, PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES Provision gt To Their Daughter Packing Company REGINA PITTSBURGH, PA. Mr. KL Mrs J Raszymczyk "Home of the Irish Ham and Bacon A im.- ' oo R.D.YNo.7 Sllffff oeskvumvl. SERDECZNE ZYCZENIA skladaja A. Drzewiecki Sz Son GRADUANTKOM FUNERAL DIRECTORS Wiel. Ks. M. Kowal . Ph0HeSI - 1 - Hemlock 0867 Wiel. Ks. C. F. Trzeciakowski Residence: Hemlock owe COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES to the GRADUATING CLASS OF 1942 . REVEREND JOSEPH SONNEFELD, C.S.Sp. Pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church PITTSBURGH, PA. Z ZYCZENIEM OBFITYCH LASK BOZYCI-I TEGOROCZNYM GRADUANTKOM SIOSTRY NAJ SW. RODZINY Z NAZARETU 22nd 8a Smallman Street PITTSBURGH, PA. COMPLIMENTS of' COMPLIMENTS of Saint Stanislaus Church pittsburgh, pa, Mr. Sz Mrs. A. Pyzdrowski SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST w1sHEs And Best Of Luck ' to the SENIOR CLASS OF '42 T d' ht M' th' G'l 0 Olll' dug' 91' df cl 1 . The Student Body Mr. Sz Mrs. A. G11 HOLY FAMILY ACADEMY Chicago. Ill. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1942 BEST WISHES AND LUCK SOPHOMORE CLASS MOUNT NAZARETH ACADEMY Carnegie 261 Q Accordions ACCORDION INSTRUCTORS POPULAR RADIO AND VAUDEVILLE and ARTISTS Repalred Music Furnished For All Occasions 239 Pringle St. East Carnegie, Pa. BEST WISHES AND LUCK COIWPLIMENTS To The Graduating Class of 1942 of Our Lady of Czestochowa Schgol Saint Hyacinth School Clevglandu Ohm 1 Monessen. Pennsylvania KOCHANYM GRADUANTOM Zyczenia Pomyslnosci PRZYJAOIEL AKADEMII COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES To the Graduates SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAMILY OF NAZARETH Dearborn, Michigan SZCZERE I SERDECZNE ZYCZENIA ABITURIENTKOM sklada SZKOLA SWIETEGO STANISLAWA B. M. Erie, Pennsylvania To the Graduates of 1942 CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES SINCERE GOOD WISHES To the Graduates Sisters of the Holy Family Saint Casimir School of Nazareth E l , P ' Portage, Pennsylvania r e ennsylvama Sandwiches Hot Lunches . COMPL J enn1e's Restaurant IMENTS OF 186--43rd Street Pittsburgh, Pa. Brozo Sz Sons Evergreen Dairy Company DAIRY PRODUCTS 1523 Evergreen Road Mlllvale, Pa. Bell Phone 1999-J COMPLIMENTS OF Laurence Restaurant COMPLIMENTS OF SAINT HYACINTH SCHOOL CRAFT AVENUE PITTSBURGH, PA. PITTSBURGH, PA. Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth ALLEGHENY VALLEY BANK OF PITTSBURGH Member: Federal Insurance COI'p0I'ati0n - Federal Reserve System PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA George Spisak MEAT MARKET 220 Bell Avenue PE 4122 McKEE The Children's Dress Shop CHILDREN'S WEAR - - - SHOES 528 Chartiers Avenue ROCKS PA. I I FE. 0975 McKEES ROCKS, 1 X Victor Carlson OUR JEWELER 4303 Butler Street Myron Wagner Company FAMILY SHOE STORE 4313 Butler Street 712 Main Street Pittsburgh, Pa. I 53fi'lTZ5"a13J'a' S"""'5?l5lEx.,f12'11 Harry's . LADIES' CI-IILDREN'S AND INFANT WEAR MEN'S FURNISHINGS McKeeS Rocks Pa 4321 B tl Street Pittsburgh, Pa. ' ' u er SChenley 7352 Federal 3447 G REETINGS tothe GRADUATING CLASS OF 1942 IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY SCHOOL Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth Pittsburgh, Pa. RQ Y M5- 1 Established 1873 IC H E N L A U B I-'on BETTER FURNITURE 3501-3503 BUTLER STREET - SCHENLEY 0779-0780 816-818 FEDERAL STREET, N. S. - FAIRFAX 2047 Pittsburgh, Pa. COMPLIMENTS OF SAINT MICHAEL'S PARISH Dubois, Pennsylvania COMPLIMENTS M. SOCHA Of a Dobson Street Market - 3200 Dobson Street F rlend Pittsburgh, Pa.. Dick'S Market COMPLIMENTS RICHARD MATUSZEWSKYS SONS of a WHOLESALE PQBILTS? AND EGGS 1911-13 PENN AVE?ucA'l'.n?008 gsPITTSBUR.GH, PA. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES fI'0U1 DR. EDMUND CLEMENTS GRATULACJE ABITURIENTKOM zasyla OCHRONKA NAJSW. RODZINY EMSWORTH, PENNSYLVANIA in ,, axzw 1' .zsftff CONGRATULATIONS AND SINCEREST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '42 SAINT STANISLAUS SCHOOL CLEVELAND, OHIO BEST WISHES To the GRADUATING CLASS Blind Floral Company FLORISTS - - - GROWERS Greenhouses O West View Reverend Henry Radwanski P8.St0l' of St. Hy8C1Dth'S Church : t 100 Pittsburgh, Pa. Phone Welling on 5 Perry Highway Pittsburgh, P COMPLIMENTS OF BEST WISHES FROM Mr. 8a Mrs. A. Malewski Peter Kanai COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. C. S. Sierakowski McKees Rocks, Pa. CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK TO Helen Rzaca A Friend SERDECZNE ZYCZENIA GRADUANTKOM sklada SZKOLA NAJSWIETSZEJ RODZINY PITTSBURGH, PA. QQ, iv.- THE JUNIOR CLASS OF MOUNT NAZARETH ACADEMY Tender Their Most Sincere Wishes Of GOD'S BLESSING to the GRADUATING CLASS OF 1942 BEST OF LUCK and SUCCESS TO THE ,GRADUATES A FRIEND M. H. Bellevue Savings 85 Trust BOOKS Shoe Stores Company North Side: 1625 Beaver Ave. D t : 440 M k ' St t Member Federal Deposit Own own ar ei' ree Insurance Corporatlon shoes For the Entire Family BGUCVUC, Pa- PRICED RIGHT TO OUR HIGHLY ESTEEMED AND BELOVED GRADUATING CLASS OF 1942 WE EXTEND OUR MOST CORDIAL WISHES FOR GOD'S BLESSINGS FRESHMEN CLASS Pamieci i Poparciu Szan. Polonii Poleca Sie WITH COMPLIMENTS Bronislaw E. Harenski POLSKI POGRZEBOWY from Wie D0 Um Mr. sz Mrs. R. E. Clark Glowne Biuro: Rezydencja: 191-43rd Street 272 Fisk St. Tel. SChen1ey 3445 Tel. SChen1ey 5897 COIVIPLIMENTS OF MR. SL MRS. ANDREW BAKSISZ COMPLIMENTS OF BEST WISHES To The Graduating Class of 1942 Fleetwood Tavern Rest. , JOHN Llanncl-rr, Proprietor Paul Harenskl C. A. Michel Sz Company Vincent Bielski s i h 1 Paints - Varnish: t:bl.:.dT1ira18j6Artists' Materials Cafe at Ba: G0oSorlQLi2lg'2-ti-Ia Bingham 640 Smithfield Street A soon PLACE 'ro MEET 112 E. Ohio St. l Pittsburgh, Pa. Drop In . . . 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