Mount Saint Mary Academy - Mountain Chimes Yearbook (Plainfield, NJ)
- Class of 1952
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Our majestic tower has always been a symbol of joy and inspiration especially for
us who are leaving. The hourly chiming of the clock tells us that time is passing and
that our scholarly and social joys here at the Academy are nearly ended. The Angelus
ringing out its sweet sounding tones draws our attention to the tower with its golden
cross gleaming in the morning sunlight and brings to our lips Our Lady's prayer.
Mary had her student days and each one was a lesson of love, for she learned
them from the Book of Books in preparation for her fuller life with Christ. So also was
Mary a social being, for we see her going over the hill country to visit her cousin Eliza-
beth and participating at the Marriage Feast of Cana, but the secret of her joyous living
was her life of prayer.
Prayer, stimulus ot our energy, pervades both our scholarly and social joys, for
our outward successes are in proportion to our inward lite of grace. That is why the
dearest thought to our hearts today is the memory of the Christmas Carols sung
around the lnfant manger. When evening comes and we look up at the tower silhou-
etted against the sky, we shall cherish the thought that during our years here we have
lived closely to Bethlehem. Between the covers of this book we have tried to recapture
these years of warmth, beauty, and dignity.
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Because of her untiring hours devoted to our welfare and her understanding and
sympathetic appreciation of our problems, we the class of nineteen hundred and fifty-
two dedicate our yearbook to Sister Mary Leonard, Directress. Sister's interest has
permeated all our activities both in the classroom and on the campus. As Moderator
of the Sodality she has taught us to draw from the loving heart of Our Lady the graces
we need for the worthy deeds we would do, and encouraged by her example of trusting
in Our Lady we approach this eventide of our four years, this sunset of our lovely days
at Mount St. Mary's, embued with hope. As we gaze at the tower cross, we remember
that she told us the rosary of Our Lady is not without this emblem.
Joan Marguerite Bachand
Extensive vocabularyea--the result of reading "Great
Books" . . . always ready for a discussion . . .
mental alertness . , , ability to organize . . . un-
shakable confidence . . . a bubbling enthusiasm
for dramatics reflects Our l.ady's altruism
Claudia Nicole Berha rd
The perfect Parisienne . , . conscientious student
. . . fascination for math . . 5 linguistic flair . . .
Glee Club booster . . , exciting summer vacation in
gay Paris. . .reflects Our Lady's fidelity.
Joan Guest Binns
Serene composure at all times . . . a gracious man-
ner . . . good-natured . . . reserved . . . a pleasant
girl . . . lover of music . . . competent typist . . .
reflects Our Lady's quiet manner.
Gabrielle Marie Corbally
Flair for clothes . . . delightfully good natured
. . . number one rooter for the "Junior League"
. . . keeps up with Current Events , . . "Indian"
fan . . . our future politician . . . reflects Our
Jacquelyn Gloria Calabro
Quiet dependability . . . tiny and sweet . . .
generous . . . easy laughter . . . a ready friend
, . . amiable and thoughtful manner . . . always
herself . . . reflects Our Lady's pleasantness.
Theresa Anne Costello
School spirit starts with our "Tess" . . . a good
sport . . . inexhaustible energy . . . wonderful
personality . . . friend to all . . . star basketball
captain . . . reflects Our Lady's smile.
Patricia Anne Cronin
Socially alert . .
. a radiant personality . . . tactful
. . . happy-go-lucky . . . delightful dimples . . .
popular . fancy-free. , always ready and willin
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to help , . . skilled equestrienne . . . reflects Our
ll Carol Celine Dreher
Tall and gracious . . . delicate femininity . . .
,- '- long earrings . . . a casual sophistication . . . a
Marilyn Anne Driscoll
Appealing dark eyes . , . thoughtful expressions
. . . at every dance . . . faithful to Union . . .
stylish dresser . . . always has a busy phone . . .
adept driver . . . first aid specialist . . . reflects
Our Lady's kindness.
' dignified walk . . , the perfect blend of friendliness
X, and reserve . . . reflects Our Lady's serenity.
Margaret Ann Foster
Sparkling character . . . companionable . . . loves
to eat . . . charming hostess . . . loyal and sincere
. . . will be missed at the Mount . . . exuberant
varsity guard . . , Sodality worker . . . reflects
Our Lady's cheerfulness.
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Marilyn Dolores Friel
Petite and cute with a voice to match . . . out-
standing student . . . vivacious cheerleader . . .
dramatic ability . . . clever columnist . . . devoted
Sodalist . . . "Wild, Wild Rose" . . . reflects Our
Eileen Cabrini Guzzardi
"Those endearing young charms" . . . perfect lady
. . . a delightful companion . . . talent for winning
friends . . . sweet sixteen . . . virtuous character
. , . true Sodalist . . , reflects Our Lady's sweetness.
Marie Audrey Galuppo
Eager and excitable . . . emphatic gestures . . .
pleasing disposition . . . diligent . . . a sense of
individualism . . . capable stenographer . . . re-
flects Our Lady's firmness.
Dolores Katherine Keller
Naturally curly hair , . . appealing sense of humor
. . . life of a party . . . fun-loving . . . unpre-
dictable . . . spontaneous witticisms . . . thought
revealing eyes . . . reflects Our Lady's joy.
Mary Catherine Kiely
Simple and pure . . . sweet disposition , . . her
rirtues are many . . . her faults few . . . Irish
:harm . . . lovable . . . a deep interest in her
work . . . persevering student . . . a friend to all
. . reflects Our Lady's simplicity.
Carmel Theresa Loreti
Audrey Anne Kisonak
Brilliant blushes . . . sparkling personality . . . a
shy smile . . . unaffected disposition . . . lasting
friendships . . . unfailing good nature . . . super
ability in the patron drive . . . reflects Our Lady's
The perfect lady . . . serene and sweet . . . always
neat . . . attractive . . . dark haired enchantress
. . . soft spoken . . . spontaneous laughter . . .
well-poised . . . quiet refinement . . . reflects
Our Lady's gentle manner.
Mary Gail Mallard
r The blue of her eyes . . . frequent smile . , .
keenly interested in books . .. graceful de-
meanour . . . petiteness of stature . . . hearty
laugh . . . a strong claim to individuality . . .
X reflects Our Lady's charming decor.
Strong sense of responsnbllnty Innate sweetness
sincere Interpretative pxanlst determin-
ation to succeed always admired mlstress
of any sltuatlon reflects Our Lady s determin-
Ready hand steady prmcnples generosity
. . metlculously groomed dllngent student
. . . well llked leader a loyal frnend always
natural dependable reserved great
Marguerite Claire Neuguth
Blond and obliging . . . appealing humor . . .
generous heart . . . venturesome . . . amazing
anecdotes , . . mischievous mannerisms . . . a
South American fan . . . animated basketball for-
ward . . . reflects Our Lady's gaiety.
Mary Paula Noll
Faithful to her charges . . . quiet and considerate
. . . a pleasant smile . . . blessedly simple . . .
demure . . . Have you heard her sing "Slow Poke"?
surprising ability as a pianist . . . reflects Our
Mary Kathryn O'Rourke
"Irish eyes are smiIing" . . . lovable . . . gracious
. . . warm friendliness . . . adjustable nature . . .
wholehearted interest . . . unpretentious .
flects our Lady's perseverance.
5 Rebeca Pardo
Our senorita . . . determined character. . . energetic
A worker . . . talent for sewing , . . cooperative . . .
excellent mission moderator . . . varied interests
. . . reflects Our Lady's selflessness.
Jane Anne Price
Tall and gay . . . ever ready with a funny story
. . . flawless attire . . . attractive . . . artistically
skilled . . . "Let's have a party." . . . reflects
Our Lady s neatness.
Ellen Frances Quinn
Delightfully good natured . . . unaffected . . . a
heart of gold . . . retiring . . . an interest in
politics . . . loyal to her friends . . . forceful
varsity guard . . , reflects Our Lady's generosity.
Carol Jane Scaff
Small in stature . . . large in ambition . . . in-
effable qualities . . . interest in Pennsylvania . . .
will prove to be an efficient nurse . . . a lady
to her fingertips . . . Mountain Chimes typist . , .
reflects Our Lady's manners.
Mary Louise Scherer
Congenial nature . . . dependable . . . unselfish
. . . enjoys life fully . . . easy going . . . a
thoroughly real person . . . neatly tailored . . .
always dressed for the occasion . . . reflects Our
Mary Constance Slavin
Jirtuous . , . generous and considerate . . . always
giving of herself . . . zealous devotion . . . has
:roven her business capability . . . true principles
. . fervent Sodalist . . . reflects Our Lady's
Mary Clara Smith
Full of fun . . . fascinating dimples . . . whole-
some . . . a ready smile . . . science with good
sense . . . intelligent . . . willing cooperation . . .
everybody loves her radiant hair . . . reflects Our
Maria Beatriz Toro
Jolly . . . Latin fire . . . radiating warmth . . .
understanding . . . unperturbable . . . amiable
companion . . . witty . . . personality plus . . .
faithful . , , reflects Our Lady's prudence.
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Patricia Ann Ventura
Attractive dark hair . . . elusive charm . . . de-
. Iightfully feminine . . . chic wardrobe . . . easily
, R excitable . . . vacations at Spring Lake . . . cap-
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Our Lady's goodheartedness.
Gabrielle Corbally Trea urer
glves thanks To Our Lady
of Mercy for The honor she
They lead the way in Sodality
affairs. Monsignor Martm A.
Madura receuyes the pledge
of service from Margaret
Sodnluty Vacc Prcfccf, Kath-
Iccn Moore, kneels to make
her oifcrmg uncicr The
shadow of Our Lady's shrmc.
Marilyn Friel, Secretary of the So-
dallty, Insfens as Monslgnor Martin
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with daughter, Kathleen.
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from her proud mother, Mrs. V.
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Julieta Basalo puts the finishing Touches on the French map which she
and Bienchi Gerardino made. Seated is Barbara Rubenstein who daily
kept them company as they worked.
QQXQYXXK Sister Mary Mercedes, Latin teacher, ob-
serves her Freshman hopefuls. They are
Ledden, Janet Petrik, Marie Schetz,
l-loch, Jessica Dunn, Joanne Gal-
gher, Mary Teresa Farrell, and
Sandra Phillips, Alberta Donlan, Kathryr
Ziegler, Antoinette Ragusa, Carolina Mos-
quera, Patricia Daycock, Mary Montgomery
Gayle Lepree, and Lynn Rubenstein
plan a trip to Europe.
Luz Mlrinw C LIZ stulcnt from Colombia South America, encourages language scholars, Mary Doyle,
Kwthlccn O Connor Shirley Zimmer and Marion Dunn, in the ways ot Spanish conversation.
Mount students engaged in the study of
foreign languages have a keen appreciation of
the lives and manners of those who live in
foreign lands. After a few months at the
Mount, South American girls can readily con-
verse with their roommates. The American
girls enjoy more fully their language study
since it enables them to exchange their ideas
with the new students. Our Senior Senoritas
are Rebeca Pardo and Beatriz Toro. These girls
never tire of hearing first year students ask,
"Como esta usted?"
We have Claudia Berhard, born in Paris,
who has willingly shared her knowledge from
her childhood days and her many trips abroad,
and she has ably assisted many French students
with their pronunciation.
Apart from its other values, their study of
Latin, French, and Spanish brings the girls into
close Contact with the culture and traditions
of their friends in other continents. lt's fun to
explore the customs as well as the languages of
Europeans and still more challenging to try to
utilize this knowledge in a practical way.
These Freshman English students realize that the "grind of the grammar" will help make them better
speakers and writers. Sister Mary Alphonsus listens to Mary Eileen Murphy's answer as Dorothy Harkins,
Mary Teresa Farrell, Mary Patricia Eddy, Joanne Gallagher, Eleanor Butula, Eleanor Kaczynski,
Nancy Kinder, and Constance Quinn check their exercises.
Juniors gather to read, interpret, and evaluate another issue of Mountain Lore. Roberta Catino and
Catherine Kervick smilingly approve of the articles written by classmates, Audrey Reuter, Marcella Wall,
Alice Farley, Kathleen O'Halloran, Mary Doyle, and Patricia Kenny.
Six Sophomore reporters concentrate onlthe 5 W's. Muriel Slavin, Marianne Schweikart, Katherine Riehman
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-mlinq, wntinq, .incl nfltlressing envelopes
e wr-Il lormefl skills of Senior English
Jrlents. The-,e veteran staff members
it-tk the rirculntion of .1 current issue
Moimlmri Lore. Left to Right: Gabrielle
mrlmlly, Patricia Ventura, Anna Marie
unch, Dolores Keller, Theresa Costello,
Marilyn Friel, :incl Claudia Berharcl.
Ruth Waldron, Joanne Mingle, and Eileen O'Brlen aim for perfect news stories. I
Our English classes teach us to know, to enioy, to will,
and to do. Knowledge ot authors and enjoyment of their works
train us to evaluate our literary inheritance in such a way that
it influences our conduct. Appreciation of this cultural heri-
tage makes us value highly the technical study of our language.
Grammatical constructions, rules ot punctuation, and practice
in composition aid us in both oral and written expression.
Student writers and reporters use this classroom knowledge to
write, edit, and publish our monthly paper, Mountain Lore.
Chemistry students performing an
experiment are Hope Martin, Pa-
tricia Ventura, Gail Mallard, Carmel
Loreti, Mary Noll, Mary O'Rourke,
Patricia Cronin, Carol Dreher, Rebeca
Pardo, and Lola Marchio,
Mary Helen Reed, Marian Scarano, and Eileen Mathias show keen
interest in their praying mantis, "Manda"
We live in a chemical world, and that is why we
are interested in chemistry. Dressed in our labo-
ratory aprons and with our burners flaming, we
dreamed of new frontiers to conquer. As we pene-
trated the great unknown, we found how difficult
it was to make useful delivery tubes, to produce
perfect sulfate crystals or to obtain correct color
reactions, After mid-year examinations our troubles
really started. The test tubes began to crack, the
burns penetrated deeper, the odors grew more suffi-
cating, and the chemical problems became more in-
soluble, but the farther we went, the greater our zest
for discovery. We would have liked to make runless
nylons, non-breakable racket string, soundproof
plaster and lighter weight text books, but Sister cau-
tioned us of the details involved and of the need
for more noble experiments. Then all of a sudden
came May with preparations for examinations, which
kept our scholarly heads investigating. Each atomic
bomb test sent more electrons flying and gave final
proof that we were chemically minded,
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Soiiliuinoii--, wurkz-il like beavers, an-l Nancy Scherer directed the
hanging ot the sign, "Nature Club Sanctuary."
All year we worked hard to complete our
work so we could take many spring walks
through the woods. April was very warm, and
Sister Mary Ruth decided it was time to start
our out-of-door conservation unit. We felt an
air of mystery as each one was given a tool and a
definite task. Victoria Catino was superinten-
dent of the group to rake on Oak Lane. Eliza-
beth Sweitzer supervised the pruning, The
basket brigade was headed by Joan Noll. Elaine
O'Connell was head engineer of the brook's
new course, while Katherine O'Leary super-
vised the bridge construction. Log rolling was
directed by Mary Lyn Feasteri We all worked
with vigor cutting, raking, and hoeing. Many
worked in teams which were as good as bull-
dozers, When Marie l-lart got started, rocks
began to move, small and large, but we all
moved when Mary Helen Reed called "Tim-
ber-r-r-rl" At last we were enlightened. We
were making a sanctuary for 'ibirds" that
couldn't fly, With the exterior decorating of
Charlotte Schlegel and Marian Scarano our
unit was completed in eight days. lt was back-
breaking labor, but we shall never forget the
leaping of our hearts when Nancy Scherer tin-
ished directing the hanging ofthe sign entitled
"Nature Club Sanctuary."
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Protozoologists at work are Elaine Dreher,
Charlotte Schlegcl, Patricia Manning, Helen
Jankowski, and Elizabeth Kane,
The anatomy part of biology was especially interesting to Katherine
Richman, Patty Lue Demarest, Lillian Lubeck, Marianne Schwelkart,
Muriel Slavin, Sonya Donlan, and Carol Procassini.
Dictation is given by Sister Mary Kathleen to Maria Cristina Toro, Dolores Keller, Marie Galuppo, Mary Kiely,
Carol Tuthill, Anna Marie Munch, and Lois Engel.
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The American girl is always interested in the
latest fashions. Every season brings forth new and
different styles, and girls are eager to learn and
apply them, Like fashion, the modern business world
is constantly becoming more and more streamlined.
The shorthand and typewriting classes at the
Academy prepare future stenographers and secre-
taries to take their places in present-day enterprises.
The teaching of skills comprises the first year of
work and the proficient typist-stenographer of sec-
ond year is instructed in stencil-cutting, operating
the mimeograph, speed building and tackling prac-
tical jobs such as making programs, typing articles
for the school newspaper to be sent to the printer,
and typing and arranging information for the year-
Enthusiasm and interest run high as students
challenge one another and even attempt to break.
their own records as they strive to attain the coveted
typing awards for perfection and speed, and stenog-A
raphy certificates for theory and transcription.
"The commcrcnal world untcrcsts mc says M1ry Vnrglma Dornlclson 'as the gurls chatter after their lunch
At the table arc Mary Vnrgnnna Donaldson Marne Hurt Carol Suymour Ellzabcth Kane Bcwtrnz Vegas
Junlor ant! Scnsor lyulsls are prepared to
glyo prompt, mrlllclcnt, and courteous serv-
ucc. Puclurml arc Charlotte Hitchens,
Kathlocn O'Connor, Barbara Raab, Ottolcc
Frcrlcrlckson, Mary Slavln, Ellccn Guzzardn,
and Carmel LOYCYI.
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Visual aids, debates, current
vents, field trips. and discussion
roups help to enliven the interest
f the history students, The South
Nmerican and European girls have
irought us first-hand accounts of
he history of their countries. For
Sister Mary Alphonsus encourages little Margaret Francy to make
as excellent bulletin lxoarils as Victoria Catino.
'an American Week, a program
ras presented hy the .luniors from
iouth America. Interest in our
'residential election was stimu-
atecl by a mock convention in the
ienior class. The Freshman oral
eports took us on a trip through
he Communist and non-Com-
nunist countries of the Orient,
:rom the Stone Age to the Atomic
Xge topics of historical interest
Mount girls are aided in history
through the television.
History teacher, Sister Mary Annata, dis
cusses current topics with Katherine
O'Leary and Ellen Quinn.
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These artists work out their individual ideas with advanced skill, Sitting are Anne Henehan, Julia ZaBach, Maria Cristina Toro,
Maria Teresa Arriaga, GFBCICIO Riquezcs, Catherine Kervick, and Patricia Mansfield. Standing are Barbara Rubenstein, Julieta
Basalo, Bienchi Gerardino, and Maria Teresa Gomez.
Our art classes consist of both theoretical and
practical work. As beginners we first master our in-
struments. Then our eyes are trained to see, our minds
to judge, and our hands to execute. We are able to
accomplish much in our particular line of work. For
some it is oils: others choose charcoal. As the lessons
progress, our talents work their way out, With power
of will and delicacy of touch all sorts of treasures find
a place on the large display board at the end of the
room, while at home, Mother proudly says to her
luncheon guests, "My daughter, Ruth, designed this
bowl," or Mrs. Kervick remarks while serving tea, "Our
Catherine painted this tray."
While working we try to have on our palettes only
colors that are friendly to each other, so also as when
the sunlight fills the room there pervades a natural
gaiety and friendly relationship, thus we view and
appreciate one another's talents. We are often aston-
ished to find that our brush accommodates itself to
this same spirit and the months pass quickly. If we
do meet with a problem, Sister Mary Dolores in her
helpful way clears up the difficulty. These are the
reasons why Barbara Rubenstein's yellow birds appear
to fly out the window and JuIieta's farm boy wants to
whistle. At the end of the year Patricia Mansfield
proudly takes home her baby portrait for her godchild,
while South American girls carefully pack their can-
vasses and plaques-as is their usual custom when
taking a homeward bound plane.
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Sister Margaret Mary treats our ailing students, Kathleen McCann and Carol Scaff, in her well equipped
clinic. Carol feels better already, and Kathleen! temperature is rapidly decreasing.
Health comes to life for the "Freshies". Janet Petrik, Gladys Tinoco, Barbara Ledclen, Carmel Jordan,
Marie Schetz, Patricia Hoch, and Mary John Stewart listen with interest to Mary Carolyn Carpenter.
Joan Leyins proves to be the perfect Home Nurse in admin-
istering medications. Sister Margaret Mary, the instructor,
and Joan's equally competent classmates register their ap-
proval. They are Patricia Kenny, Colleen Woltf, Carol Tuthill
Petrunclla Koster, Ruth Venes, Shirley Zimmer,
Elizabeth OVCOTIUOV, and Phyllis Lochs.
Audrey Rcutor's brother Dennis brings out
that maternal instinct fostered in Home
Nursing and Baby Care, Gabrielle Corbally,
Roberta Catino, and Carol Scatf manifest
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Carmel Loreh Theresa Cosrelio Eileen Guzzardn
Mary Slavnn and Anna Marne Munch
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Mary Smith and Gail Mallard are happy that they made a sacrifice
for the senior mission race.
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Vocation exhibit drew many visitors to the library. Beatriz Toro, Ruth Mesaros,
Mary Slavin, and Eileen Guzzardi scan the noviliafe booklefs.
mor qu x for thmr mhqmn A-,'.lc'1n:1wnT. In-,ton wwth fivvp mtmrwt tw tho Most
vrrpnd Fulton I Sh:-vm. hr-mi uf Nw Pmp.m.1tnm1 uf Hu' Fmth, uw hm tvlvxuxlon
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Ml um v1m'umw,, Fluiwum C.nIuno, EIL-.mm I!uYuI.w, Sonya Donlnn
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Carol Scaff and .lacquelyn Calabro admire the library display.
Sisfer Mary Robert, librarian, fakes pride in ihe large number
of Catholic periodicals in the magazine rack.
'hcrcsa Costello, Sally Wagner. Patricia Ventura, anrl Julia ZaBach are eager
to make their selection of the book they wish to donate to the library.
The girls spend much time browsing 1round the fre lac R cl'
Claudia Bcrharfl, Anna Marie Munch, Constance Quinh, gndchudfjy .lgguferf
ln February the big event on
the library calendar is Catholic
Book Week. This year in one sec-
tion was arranged a model home
scene, From this unique tireside
setting we learned the names of
many desirable spiritual books.
We became tamiliarized with
weekly papers and magazines
published in the interest ot Catho-
lic culture and ideals. We were
most impressed by the tact that
practically every book in this
model home setting was a "must,"
Catholic books are not too
available in public libraries:
therefore, Sister Mary Robert had
during this week a book display
from which we could select books
for our homes and friends. A
number of girls purchased books
from this broad selection tor the
Academy. There were many pe-
riodicals ot interest and a special
graphic display of authors' pic-
tures, book iackets and poetry.
This completed the aims ot a very
effective propaganda for more
The Bishop gave us many sug-
gestions as a means to over-
come obstacles that might
hinder a religious vocation.
His Excellency, the Most Rev-
erend George William Ahr, and
Monsignor Martin A. Madura
graciously consented to pose
for "Mountain Chimes"
ln observance of our Vocation Week, March
third to tenth, His Excellency, the Most Rev-
erend George William Ahr, Bishop of the Dio-
cese of Trenton, addressed the Mount students
on the need of religious vocations, He stressed
the requirements of the life itself, and he drew
attention to the various reasons why the reli-
gious call is rejected by many. He discussed
worldliness, selfishness, fear, and in each of
these instances cited ways of overcoming them.
He stressed that we get out of each state of
life in proportion to what we ourselves give.
His summary of the requirements for the re-
ligious life included good health, good charac-
ter, average intelligence, and a right intention.
He added that it is to the interest of all
Catholics that the Church have enough priests,
Brothers, and Sisters because the growth of the
Church is phenomenal. He stated that not all
are expected to become Sisters, but the ques-
tion of vocation pertains to all. Although not
favored personally, we should be inspired to
pray for more vocations, and in time we may
be blessed with a child who may be raised to
the sacred priesthood or religious life.
After the Bishops talk, the
girls ascended the chapel
stairs for Benediction.
Mormqnor Martm A. Madura
loads has Excellency, the Most
Ahr, to the chapel.
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Miss Alma Sfeedman conducts her Tuesday nughf group un orchestra practice
Sistcr Mary Annata takes
the Bonnie Burns Choral
group over their Benedic-
hon hymns. Honora Klarf
mann accompanies this
group at the organ.
Every Monday, Mr. Francis
Zavaglia, vocal Instructor,
says, "All cycs up here."
Sister Mary Consilio, head of the Academy Music
Department, discusses plans for the Sprung Musical
Festival with her assistants, Sister Mary Louis and
Sister Mary Robert
Opera enthusiasts enjoy an early lunch in the "Little Flower" dining room. Facing the camera are Ellen
Maloney, Mary Patricia Eddy, Ellen Quinn, Barbara Woznak, Jacqueline Caruso, Honora Klarmann, Luz
Marina Cruz, Corina Mondolti, Barbara Rubenstein, Roberta Catino, Catherine Kervick, Kathleen O'HalIoran,
Victoria Catino, Mary Virginia Donaldson, Ruth Waldron, and Mary Helen Reed.
For the members of the Opera Guild this season brought "great mo-
ments"--three operas instead ot two? Music is a magnificent medium of
education. lt develops all the faculties and at the same time refines the natureg
therefore, it is only natural that each year we respond whole-hearteclly to this
great opportunity offered by the Metropolitan Opera Guild,
Our bus load of happy "Met" fans had genuine fun as we rolled along
Highway 29 to New York. We are always happy when we can get together,
but on the Opera Trip there seemed to be a glint of honest pride in our eyes,
because we realized that we were broadening our education in a cultural way.
We were thrilled to hear Delia Rigal and Eugene Conley in Verdi's "La
Traviata"g Regina Resnik, Eugene Conley, and Clifford Harvout in Mascagni's
"CaveIleria Rusticanaf' We closed our season after hearing Kurt Baum and
.Delia Rigal in Leoncavello's "l Pagliaccif' These operas added another mem-
ory tor the days when memories are sacred.
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BUSI NESS MANAGER
Mary LOUISE Scherer
It is through the constant efforts of
Snster Mary Ruth, our moderator,
that our 1952 edrtron ot Mountann
Chimes IS posslble. Anna Marne
Munch, edltor-an-chret, checks the
senior Wflfe-UDS with Sister.
Mary Loulse Scherer, Ellen Quinn,
and Kathleen Moore are proud of
their successful buslness drrve.
Audrey Kusonak, head of patron drlye, checks Dorothy Harkrnsn patron lust, as Mary Smlth
When we soc thc gay smiles of
Theresa Costello and Gabrielle
CorlJ.1lly,wc know that thc
photographer is here.
With great anticipation we awaited the producing of this
fourteenth volume. Our illmmtain Clzinivs is an outgrowth of
planning and execution. Members of the staff willingly give
of their ideas and time. Day after day the girls work in the
"Girls, I need six more pages of ads and if you all cooperate
l'm sure we can reach our deadline," exclaims Marv Slavin,
our business manager. Mary Smith suddenly leaps from her
chair and heads for the locker area where she can Contact the
Juniors. Then Lola runs in exclaiming, "lsn't this a beautiful
poster?" After a few moments pass, Audrey realizes she needs
more patrons. So--another announcement! This scene would
not be complete if Gabrielle and Theresa did not arrive to in-
form us that the photographer is here!
"Does Rebeca spell her name with one or two Cs," asks
our proficient typist, Eileen. Theresa is upset because she can-
not seem to find a "pitcher" from the Fathers' Club folder.
Suddenly Ellen enters and begins to seach for her receipt book.
Mary Louise is worried about her student directory list. In a
lquiet?t corner we find Carol who deserves a great deal of
credit for her many neat, attractive, and prompt "thank you"
notes. Though weary from campaigning, Jacquelyn opens the
door and offers her services. ln another corner Kathleen is
trving to proofread, and she did find mistakes! ll guess we
all make them.l
At her work table we find Sister Mary Ruth, our moderator,
patiently checking layouts. Suddenly she is interrupted by
Anna Marie who just doesn't think this caption fits the pic-
ture. In no time, the difficulty is settled and Sister is left in
quiet for a frw more minutes.
lt can be sincerely said that great credit for this book is
due to the supervision of Sister, and we, the staff, enjoyed
every moment working with her.
Eilccn Guzzarcli tabulatcs the art contracts Jacquelyn Calabro thanks Carol Scaff for the many lovely "thank you"
Will' Marv Sl-WIN. UUSIHCSS YNHNBQCY. who notes sent to her father's business associates, while Lola Marchio types
carefully follows hcr dummy.
Mr. C. F, Cook and Mr. R, Cassella demonstrate to Monsignor Martin A. Madura
the controls on the television set, a gift of the girls' fathers.
One of the latest gifts of the Fathers' Club is the new address-o-graph. Dr. C.
Rubenstein tries out the machine whale Mr, T. Donlanb, Mr. T. J. Corbally. Dr. A.
Doty, and Mr. R. Catino await their turn.
Before the formal meeting, Mr. D. Reed,
Mr. T. Hart, Mr. J. H. Kennv, Mr, D. A,
Caruso, and Mr. R. Catmo discus-s plans
for their fifth Annual Flagship Dinner.
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Mccilngcr, Mr. G. Condon. and Mr. R. F. Nugent Converse while they wait f0f
the gurls to serve thclr dcllcuous coffee.
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Every Friday fourth and fifth periods found the seniors attending class in Room l2.
"Driving" was the subject of interest, but it might have been called "Things to Remember."
Since fifteen minutes of the period were spent in discussion, many a hilarious experience was
related, The questions and answers submitted by our embryonic drivers were memory gems
to fill police records with unheard of violations and catastrophes.
ln this memorable class we learned ten tested ways to be the life lor the deathl of the
party at any intersection. With the latest visual aid equipment, we viewed the most common
faults of modern driving, and though there were those among us who might have contri-
buted our own 'loriginalsf' we do hope our exposure to the high school students' newest
course will serve us well in future days.
American society pays a high price for its inexpert handling of the automobile. ln the
past year we have become skilled motorists. We know our car inside and out.
After Mary Carolyn Carpenter, Barbara Raab, Mary Carol Falcone, and
is first on line for Sister Mary Myrona's energy builder, while
eagerly await their turn.
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qlmily -.xgns Mnry Wangk progrnm. Mary Klcly, Mary Noll,
:md Joan Bnrms awmT his slgrmfurc.
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Mr, Charles D. Wardlaw, the head of the
Athletic Department, planned a healthy and
competitive variety of sports. On return to
school the girls spent most of their leisure time
on the tennis courts or at the driving range.
This prepared them for the later major sport,
basketball. Coached by Mr. Charles D. Ward-
law, and captained by sharp-shooting Theresa
Costello, the varsity basketball team showed
good sportsmanship. The great team spirit dis-
played by the other members of the varsity
will long be remembered in the Mount's court
ln the interclass basketball games, the
Seniors defeated, once again, the Freshmen,
Sophomores, and Juniors and by so doing re-
tained the trophy.
ln the spring, as well as the fall, the girls'
thoughts turn toward jodhpurs and riding boots.
Once again the familiar chartered buses are
seen pulling away from the hill, and the Mount
equestriennes are off for another day of pleas-
ant riding. These trips through the leafy bowers
of the bridle path of the Watchung Stables
were socially enjoyed by all.
The vivacious cheerleaders who helped
to inspire our games are Eileen Guzzardi,
Mary Doyle, Alice Farley, Patricia Doyle,
anrl their captain, Marilyn Friel.
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The team was admirable through their losing
streak, and we were behind them with all we
had. They are Theresa Costello, Kathleen
Moore, Margaret Foster, Hope Martin, Claire
Nc-uguth, and Ellen Quinn.
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Carmela DeRosa, Elanne Drc-her, Patrncna
Andale, and Jessnca Dunn proved to be
a tremendous slumulatnng factor during
the basketball season.
The fine spirul' whnch permeated the sennor gurls was the
mann cause ol lhenr wunnung the trophy, Kneeling: Carol
Dreher, Marnlyn Driscoll, Mary Slavln, and Jane Pruce.
Standing: Gabrielle Corbally, Audrey Klsonak, Marne
Galuppo, Anna Marne Munch, and Patricia Cronin.
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The Overture to the Christmas Carols was player! by
members of the Aeattemy Orchestra, Playnng are Joan
Bachancl, Mary Notl, Mary Lynn Anderson, Margaret Foster,
Honora Klarmann, Annta Wlulrtron, Ruth Waldron, Marta
Cristina Toro, Eicanora Dominguez, Gertrude Young, Mary
Montgomery, and Jacqueline Caruso.
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arrlvv for lhv Christmas Carolt-,.
Sensor grrls Gml Mallnrrl, Marilyn Drnsuwll, Mllvy 5I.wln. Mary
luulsc bchcrvr, P.1lvlLr.1 Ventura, hmm limnx, .xml Carmel
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Barlmrn Cnlnbro, Flrlnlrcth O'Cor1rmr, Jncquclyn Calabrc
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paid a VISIT to the Mount
Chapel after the Tcstuvmes.
Dr. ami Mrs, F. J. Cronin, Patricia
vhxurccn, .md Frank cmuycd our
e Fifth and Sixth graders opened their
ts 'neath a tinseled tree. Pictured are
ne Henehan, Joan Kelber, Margaret
ncy, Alice Morehouse, Lucille Cacchione,
irgaret Ann Gilrain, Barbara Finley,
Beverly Weldon, Priscilla Grebla, and
Our youngest Mount girls happily exchange
gifts at tne lnfant's birthday Party. In the
circle are Rita Ranucci, Stephanie Nugent,
Joanne Fioravanti, Dale Sohl, Elissa Diana,
Lenore Ziegler, Jane Kelber, Rosemary Raio,
and Diane Sohl.
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Anna Marie Munch, Luz Marina Cruz, Elaine O'Connell,
and Marilyn Friel enacted the Nativity scene from the
Christmas play entitled, "And Myrrhf'
Barbara Krypczak, Gayle Lepree. Carolina Mosquera, Constance Quin, and Ellen Jean Francy
complete their graphic representation of Bethlehem.
Mary W.mq, Rc-hvrn Phwhm, Knthlcvn Moore, Clam-Im Bc-vhmd, Pafrncm Crown, Marx Lounuo Schcrvr, and
loin Mmzhlo mvvrcrwfw rc-cm' tho rosary Iwcforv ihc' Somor classroom rrnh,
Mnry Know tolls hor cinssmatcs, Joan Bmns, Mnrulvn DrnscnVI,.1m1 Mary Null
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Romantic dancers glided across the floor to the dreamy
music played by their majestic orchestra, Nickie Forte's
"Melody Markers." Regal decorations tit for such an affair
of hearts because of their beauty and daintiness put every-
one into the spirit of Cupid. Darling little bluebirds 'flew
among the decorations to carry out the romantic theme,
"Bluebird of Happiness." The subjects enjoyed "hearty"
refreshments which were served by the smiling Court
In this realm of Ubeaux and arrows" where Dan Cupid
was the Jester, Bob Liderer and his very lovely date, Marion
Scarano, were chosen to reign as King and Queen of Hearts.
They held court ably assisted by their loyal subjects, the
Sophomores. Courtiers, Katherine Riehman, Joanne Mingle,
Sonya Donlan, and Victoria Catino under the direction of
Prime Mistress, Ruth Waldron, made this Valentine dance
a "hearty" success.
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Marilyn Frlel smile frlumphantly as they admire
the trophy won for their presentation of
"White Oueen, Red Oueenf'
Mount St. Mary's Academy, competing for the
first time in the PALTC Junior Drama Tournament
held on Friday and Saturday, March fourteenth and
fifteenth, in Cook School, Plainfield, won both the
group trophy and the award ' ' '
Hope Martin starred in the beautifully costumed
presentation of "White Queen, Red Queen" by T.
B. Morris. Others in the cast included Marilyn Friel,
Joan Bachand, Audrey Kisonak, Kathleen O'Hal-
loran, Alice Farley, Mary Helen Reed, Ruth Wal-
dron, and Beverly Taft.
The group acting was iudged for voice, diction,
pace, characterization, direction, costume, and
makeup. The caliber and uniform excellence of the
plays made it very difficult for the iudges, Mrs.
Roy Sandquist, Mrs. Ernest T. Brown, and Mrs.
James E. Hurley, to decide upon a winner. After
careful deliberation on the part of the judges and
when suspense was at its peak it was announced
that our dramatic group had won highest honors.
Hope Martin, who had the leading role in the play,
received an individual trophy for her artistic inter-
pretation and delivery, We were overjoyed and
hurried to extend our congratulations to all par-
for the best individual
Mr. and Mrs. Bachand congratulate daughter, Joan, on
hnr finn rxrvrfnrrvwnnrn nc 2 nn Qlffslnsn in
Hope Martin, winner of the tournament
trophy for the best actress in the starring
role of Oueen Catherlne of Aragon, hapa
pily displays her well-deserved award
Sister Mary Lucia.
MEMBERS OF THE CAST
Elizabeth Hammond . . Marilyn Friel
Madge Skelton . Joan Bachand
Mary Wyatt Kathleen O'Halloran
Jane Seymour fattendant to Anne Boleynl Alice Farley
Mary Tudor, Princess of Wales . Ruth Waldron
Countess of Salisbury . . Mary Helen Reed
Marchioness of Pembroke . Audrey Kisonak
Catherine of Aragon, Queen of England Hope Martin
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Our social life at the Mount has many highlights,
but the event which brings us all together is the Spring
Musicale and Dance Festival. The two performances
included singing, dancing, and piano selections. The
Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Francis Zavaglia,
rendered several numbers by George Gershwin, Tschai-
kovsky-Bornscgein, Rodgers and Hart, and others.
Before the opening of the dancing review our feet
were dancing back stage to the tune of "Get Your
Paper," "Pais Dodof' "Anytime," "Social Game," "De-
butante Ball," and "Wild Rose." The Dancing Review
directed by Miss Caroline Littlefield included a French
street scene gossip set, park romance and a debu-
The piano numbers featured six--piano ensembleg
playing the works of various composers including
Luicke Grieg, DeZalla, Chopin, and Dvorak. This sec--
tion was under the direction of Sister Mary Consilio.
head of the Academy s Music Department.
This artistic musicale from the moment the curtain
was drawn until the last note was sung was a superb
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Muriel Slavln rendered effectively
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dlrecfmg a triumphant performance,
The "Knight's Bridge" scene was enjoyed by the players as well as by the audience.
Officer, Pctrunella Kosterg maud, Dolores Kellerg shoe shane boy, Maria Teresa Gomezg
the school gurls are Marla Velulim, Susan Swoope, Caroluna Mosquera,
Lynn Rubenstem, Gladys Txnoco and Corlna Mondolfi.
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ing. Couples are Pafrocia Cronin, Maril
Drisco!Ig Mary O'Rourke, Carol Drehr
Marie Galuppo, Claxre Neugnhg Ma
Louise Scherer, Eulccn Guzzardng Ja
Prrce, and Carol Scaff.
Flom May, before the Curmxn was
Ymwn. rvmr1r- cvrinm that tho "Eddie
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Francc-f, Krmi, Carol Soymnur, VIC-
torm Cntrrw, Br-.utrnz Vegas, Nancy
Schoror, mul Joanne Mmg1c.
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chnnhnq numlmr. wun tho hc'-arf of
the aunluoncv, Those- prutty dancers
are Roscrwmrm Lomas, Dorothy Haw
kms, Barham Cnlnlwro, Marv Doyle,
Ottolco Froriovncksrm, Bmhnra Ru-
benstcm, Pntucm DOHC. Gracnela
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Very Rev, Msgr. Martin A. Madura
Rev. Harold V. Colgan
Rev. Frederick M. Eid
Rev. Thomas P. Cahill
Thomas J. McCann
Rev. John S. Nelligan
Faculty of Mount St. Mary's Academy
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Bachand
Mrs. Jeanne Berhard
Thomas J. Corbally
F. J. Cronin
W. G. Foster
James E. Friel, Jr,
Joseph J. Galuppo
and Mrs. Leo Keller
and Mrs. Edmund J. Kiely
and Mrs. Andrew A. Kisonak
and Mrs. Daniel Loreti
and Mrs. Nicholas Marchio
and Mrs. Joseph Martin
William F. Neuguth
Walter L. O'Rourke
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph T. Price
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Quinn
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Scaff
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Scherer
Mrs. Vincent de Paul Slavin
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Audrfacro Toro
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ventura
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Aidale
Dr. W. Aurnharnmer
Miss Margaret F. Baher
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Carofenuto
Dr. James C. Carroll
Mr. ancl Mrs. E J Demarest
Mr. anrl Mrs. Huqo DeRosa
Mrs, Jessica A. Dunn
Mr and Mrs. John R. Eddy
Ur and Mrs. N Falcone
Miss C.rTl'rlr-en Farrell
Miss Lorrelta Fosfer
Mrs D J llarkrns
Mr. arrcl Mrs. Alfred l"lOCh
lbr anal Mrs WrIIr.1m E. Grant
Mr. and Mrs. S M. Jordan
Mr. anrl Mrs. Alexander Kaczynski
Dr. anrl Mrs. Paul H. Kandra
Mr anrl Mrs, James J. Kane
Mr, anrl Mrs John Kervrck
Mrs-, Anna Cr. Krsonak
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Koster
Mr. .rnrl Mrs. A. J. Kroll
Mr .rnrl Mrs W. J Leclclen
Dr and Mr-, H. P. Leyrns
Mr, anrl Mr-. Joseph A Maloney
Mr ancl Mrs. C B Miller
Mr. anrl Mrs Robert C. Monrgorne
Mr anrl Mrs Clmrles Munch
Mrs-. Catlrerirre Noll
Mr anrl Mrs, F. J. Noll
Mr anrl Mrs Geralrl A O'Connor
Mr anrl Mrs Nicholas Procassrnr
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reed, Jr.
Mr. anrl Mrs. Clarence Raab
Mrs. Charles W. Schlegel
anrl Mrs, .lrrlius V Seller
anil Mrs Stanley Stanley
ancl Mrs, Rafael E Velutino
and Mrs. Hulbert W VValters
plrmenfs Of a Frrencl
and Mrs. Roland Cassella
and Mrs VVrlliam Conway
and Mrs James Greelex
anrl Mrs. Thomas J. Perkins
and Mrs.J H, Kenny
anil Mrs Gerarrl Condon
anrl Mrs C, XX, Burke
and Mrs W. F. Lulreck
anal Mrs Lawrence User
anal Mrs Eugene V lrancy
anal Mrs Herman Lazarus
anrl Mr s T hornas Vagq re
anal Mrs Rolrer1Catrnu
anal Mrs Federico Gerarrlrno
and Mrs V L Soulelle
anal Mrs Joaquin Gomez
Mrss Patricia CJ'Sullrsan
Miss Alma Steenlrnan
Doris anal Joan "il
Mr-ss Orretf Cjerarrlrno
Jersey Welclrnq Supply , lnc.
Supro Meat Proclucts
Whelans Druq Store
Union Camera Exchanae
Cumrrrercral 5laTruners ul Union
Lnlwarcl T. lrrnneran Co.
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Joan Bachand, 547 St. Marks Ave., Westfield, N. J.
Claudia Berhard, '308 W. 70th St., New York, N. Y.
Joan Binns, 82 Summit Rd., Elizabeth, N. J.
Jacquelyn Calabro, Summit Rd. G High Point Dr.,
Mountainside, N J.
Gabrielle Corbally, Mountain Blvd., Watchung, N. J.
Theresa Costello, 50 Elm Place, Plainfield, N. J. '
Patricia Cronin, 737 Westminster Ave., Elizabeth, N. J.
Carol Dreher, I Morrison Rd., Springfield, N. J.
Marilyn Driscoll, 1030 Sterling Rd., Union, N. J.
Margaret Foster, 2942 Manitou Is., Lake Mohawk,
Sparta, N. J.
Marilyn Friel, 137 Norwood Ave., No. Plainfield, N. J.
Marie Galuppo, 230 E. 2nd Ave., Roselle, N. J.
Eileen Guzzardi, Box 357, R.F.D. iii, Farmingdale, N. J
Dolores Keller, 1842 Long Terrace, Union, N. J.
Mary Kiely, 1020 Sleepy Hollow La., Plainfield, N. J.
Audrey Kisonak, 936 Stuyvesant Ave., Union, N. J.
Carmel Loreti, 84 East Somerset St., Raritan, N. J.
Gail Mallard, 139 W. Dudley Ave., Westfield, N. J.
Lola Marchio, 118 Vine St., North Plainfield, N. J.
Hope Martin, 207 Hillside Ave., Springfield, N. J.
Kathleen Moore, 1007 W. 8th St., Plainfield, N. J.
Anna Marie Munch, 1417 Orchard Rd., Mountainside, N. J
Claire Neuguth, 598 Stratford Rd., Union, N. J.
Mary Noll, 78 Summit Rd., Elizabeth, N. J.
Mary O'Rourke, Califon, N. J.
Rebeca Pardo, Caracas, Venezuela
Jane Price, 111 Sycamore Ave., North Plainfield, N. J.
Ellen Quinn, 518 Tremont Ave., Westfield, N. J.
Carol Scaff, 248 Edgewood Ave., Westfield, N. J.
Mary Louise Scherer, 924 Madison Ave., Plainfield, N.
Mary Slavin, 1039 Bertram Terrace, Union, N. J.
Mary Clara Smith, 419 E. Dudley Ave., Westfield, N. J.
Beatriz Toro, Cali, Colombia
Patricia Ventura, 1200 Orange Ave., Union, N. J.
Maria Teresa Arriaga, Caracas, Venezuela
Gail Ashworth, Vail Lane, Watchung, N. J.
Barbara Calabro, Summit Rd. C1 High Point Dr.,
Mountainside, N. J.
Rita Cassella, IO24 Stowe St., Union, N. J.
Roberta Catino, 40-71 Elbertson St., Elmhurst, L. I., N.
Rosemary Condon, 210 Davis Ave., Harrison, N. J.
Maureen Cronin, 737 Westminster Ave., Elizabeth, N. J.
Luz Marina Cruz, Cali, Colombia
Mary Doyle, 666 Hawthorne Ave., Bound Brook, N. J.
Patricia Doyle, 666 Hawthorne Ave., Bound Brook, N.
Marion Dunn, 346 Second St., Dunellen, N. J.
Lois Engel, 430 Verona Ave., Elizabeth, N. J.
Alice Farley, 564 First St., Westfield, N. J.
Ottolee Frederickson, 8 Meadowbrook Village, Apt. 2A,
Plainfield, N. J.
Bienchi Gerardino, Dominican Republic, West Indies
Betty Ann Greeley, 173 Summit Rd., Elizabeth, N. J.
Charlotte Lee Hitchens, 185 Lawnside Ave., Collingswood, N. J
Marylou Hunt, 8 Newman St., Metuchen, N. J.
Patricia Kenny, 1724 Watchung Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
Catherine Kervick, 10 Malden Terrace, Elizabeth, N. J.
Petrunella Koster, 1440 Orchard Rd., Mountainside, N. J.
Katherine Lamprecht, 16 Marshall St., Irvington, N. J.
Joan Levins, 656 Fairfield Way, Union, N. J.
Phyllis Lochs, Minisink Ave., Sayreville, N. J.
Rosemarie Lopas, 1 Woodbridge Ave., Metuchen, N. J.
Patricia Mansfield, 1200 West 6th St., Plainfield, N. J.
Ruth Mesaros, 66 Hudson Ave., W. Keansburg, N. J.
Mary Ann Miller, 675 Lexington Rd., Union, N. J.
Elizabeth O'Connor, Caracas, Venezuela
Kathleen O'Connor, 200 Garfield Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
Carol Procassini, 1238 Orange Ave., Union, N. J.
Barbara Raab, 1236 Kirkman Place, Union, N. J.
Audrey Reuter, Princeton Junction, N. J.
Graciela Riquezes, Caracas, Venezuela
Barbara Rubenstein, 174 Lincoln Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Maria Cristina Toro, Cali Colombia
Carol Tuthill, 153 North Martine Ave., Fanwood, N. J.
Ruth Venes, 320 Cook Ave., Scotch Plains, N. J.
Marcella Wall, 1208 E. Front St., Plainfield, N. J.
Colleen Wolff, 1953 Long Terrace, Union, N. J.
Shirley Zimmer, 200 Garfield Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
Clara Baumgartner, 9 Regent St., North Plainfield, N. J.
Barbara Byrnes, 603 Lincoln Ave., Dunellen, N. J.
Victoria Catino, 4O-7I Elbertson St., Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y.
Patty Lue Demarest, 1437 Deer Path, Mountainside, N. J.
Carmela DeRosa, 319 Fourth St., Dunellen, N. J.
Mary Virginia Donaldson, 2131 Liberty St., Trenton 9, N.J
Sonya Donlan, 626 Duquesne Terrace, Union, N. J.
Elaine Dreher, I Morrison Rd., Sprinfield, N. J.
Mary Carol Falcone, 1200 Prospect Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
Mary Lyn Feaster, 631 Sheridan Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
Marie Hart, 1432 Martine Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
Helen Jankowski, 285 Hickory St., Kearny, N. J.
Elizabeth Kane, 415 Prescott Rd., Union, N. J.
Erances Kroll, 63 Mercer Ave., North Plainfield, N. J.
Lillian Lubeck, 175 Sanford Ave., North Plainfield, N.
Eileen Mathias, Church 5 Rena Sts., Newfield, N. J.
Genevieve Mears, Valley Rd., Millington, N. J.
Joanne Mingle, 445 E. 5th St., Plainfield, N. J.
Joan Noll, 138 DeLacy Ave., North Plainfield, N. J.
Eileen O'Brien, 568 Irvington Ave., Elizabeth, N. J.
Elaine O'ConneII, 871 Westfield Rd., Scotch Plains, N. J.
Katherine O'Leary, 16 Algonquin Place, Elizabeth, N. J.
Mary Helen Reed, 262 Henry St., South Amboy, N. J.
Katherine Riehman, 98 W. End Ave., Somerville, N. J.
Marian Scarano, F9 East Blvd., Newfield, N. J.
Nancy Scherer, 924 Madison Ave., Plainfield, N. J.
Charlotte Schlegel, 50 Richelieu Terrace, Newark, 6, N. J.
Marianne Schweikart, 2033 Tyler St., Union, N. J.
Carol Seymour, l0ll E. Jersey St., Apt. ID, Elizabeth, N.J.
Muriel Slavin, I039 Bertram Terrace, Union, N. J.
Marcella Smith, 62 Mechanic St., Freehold, N. J.
Elizabeth Sweitzer, I2 Chatham Place, North Plainfield, N. J.
Beatriz Vegas, Caracas, Venezuela
Ruth Waldron, 80 South Main St., Allentown, N. J.
Gertrude Young, l569 E. 22nd St., Brooklyn IO, N. Y.
Patricia Aidale, I25l E. Front St., Plainfield, N. J.
Kathryn Aldridge, 2232 Stecher Ave., Union, N. J.
Mary Lynn Anderson, 228 St., Paul St., Westfield, N. J.
Barbara Bentz, l584 Porter Rd., Union, N. J.
Eleanor Butula, 510 New St., Plainfield, N. J.
Patricia Capone, 438 E. 7th St., Plainfield, N. J.
Immaculate Carotenuto, 35 Grove St., North Plainfield, N. J.
Mary Carolyn Carpenter, l75 Leigh St., Clinton, N. J.
Jacqueline Caruso, 69 Avenue D, Atlantic Highlands, N. J.
Kathleen Conway, 638 Lillian Terrace, Union, N. J.
Alice DeRosa, 3l9 4th St., Dunellen, N. J.
Jessica Dunn, Deer Path, Mountainside, N. J.
Mary Patricia Eddy, 2042 High St., Union, N. J.
Mary Teresa Farrell, 7 Johnston's Drive, N. J.
Linda Flaske, 76 E. Cliff St., Somerville, N. J.
Kathleen Forsythe, 983 Townley Ave., Union, N. J.
Joanne Gallagher, 969 W. 8th St., Plainfield, N. J.
Gloria Gallini, l28 S. Maple Ave., Springfield, N. J.
Maria Teresa Gomez, I2 E. 86th St., New York, N. Y.
Dorothy Harkins, 725 Westfield Ave., Elizabeth, N. J.
Patricia Hoch, 38 W. Cliff St., Somerville, N. J.
Carmel Jordan, lO40 Grandview Ave., Union, N. J.
Eleanor Kaczynski, l27 Orchard Terrace, Union, N. J.
Nancy Kinder, Raritan Rd., Plainfield, N. J.
Emilie Kisonak, 936 Stuyvesant Ave., Union, N. J.
Barbara Ledden, 205 North Ave. West, Cranford, N. J.
Ellen Maloney, l878 Arbor Lane, Union, N. J.
Kathleen McCann, Washington Valley Rd., Martinsville, N. J.
Juanita McDonald, l98 Brook Ave., North Plainfield, N.'J.
Corina Mondolfi, Caracas, Venezuela
Mary Eileen Murphy, 4I6 Locust St., Roselle, N. J.
Janet Petrik, l5l6 Brookside Dr., Union, N. J.
Marion Quin, 6l9 North Chestnut St., Westfield, N. J.
Constance Quinn, 5l8 Tremont Ave., Westfield, N. J.
Mary Ann Richelo, 7l0 SO. Springfield Ave., Springfield, N. J.
Marie Schetz, 48l Whitewood Rd., Union, N. J.
Mary Silva, Caracas, Venezuela
Mary John Stewart, 55 No. Clinton Ave., Trenton 9, N.J.
Barbara Ann Soutelle, I l35 Dorsey Place, Plainfield, N. J.
Helen Tasto, l272 Wilshire Drive, Union, N. J.
Gladys Tinoco, Caracas, Venezuela
Sally Wagner, 258 Broad St., Red Bank, N. J.
Nancy Warnock, Sky Top Drive, Scotch Plains, N. J.
Vivian Wenzel, 420 Pleasant Ave., Plainfield, N.J.
Kerper Whittock, "Crosswinds," Brigantine, N. J.
Elizabeth Byer, I3 South Main St., Allentown, N. J.
Patricia Daycock, 2ll Wychwood Rd., Westfield, N. J.
Alberta Donlan, 626 Duquesne Terrace, Union, N. J.
Ellen Jean Francy, 249 David St., South Amboy, N. J.
Barbara Krypczak, 246 North 7th Ave., Manville, N. J.
Helen Lazarus, Milky Way Farm, Pittstown, N, J,
Gayle Lepree, 36 Scotland Road, Elizabeth, N. J.
Mary Montgomery, 28l3 Que St., N. W. Washington, D. C
Carolina Mosquera, Caracas, Venezuela
Sandra Phillips, 25il Kenneth Court, Scotch Plains N.
Constance Quin, 6l9 No. Chestnut St., Westfield, N. J.
Antoinette Ragusa, 475 Irvington Ave., So. Orange, N.
Lynn Rubenstein, I74 Lincoln Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Susan Swoope, 300 Walnut St., Englewood, N. J.
Beverly Taft, Willow Brook Farm, R.F.D. Jlfl,
Asbury Park, N. J.
Maria Antoinetta Velutini, Caracas, Venezuela
Anita Waldron, 80 So. Main St., Allentown, N. J.
Barbara Woznak, 225 South Ave., Dunellen, N. J.
Julia ZaBach, 200 East 66th St., New York, N. Y.
Kathryn Ziegler, 2l Meadowbrook Village, Plainfield, N.J
Barbara Ann Carroll, 237 Augusta St., So. Amboy, N. J.
Barbara Finley, 303 Amboy Ave., Metuchen, N. J.
Priscilla Grebla, R. D. 515, Somerville, N, J,
Margaret Ann Gilrain, 470 Park Ave., E. Orange, N. J.
Anne Henehan, I2 Hampton St., Cranford, N. J.
Susan Kamen, l32l Prospect St., Westfield, N. J.
Joan Kelber, I64 Mill Lane, Mountainside, N. J.
Alice Morehouse, 47 Shunpike Rd., Chatham, N. J.
Mary Jane Venes, 322 Cook Ave., Scotch Plains, N. J.
Beverly Weldon, Holmdel, N. J.
Lucille Cacchione, 62 Snyder Ave., Berkeley Heights, N
Joan Cagnassola, l23 Ludlow Place, Westfield, N. J.
Margaret Francy, 249 David St., So. Amboy, N. J.
Jacqueline Gow, l48 Mountain Ave., Summit, N. J.
Harriet Stanley, 859 Carleton Rd., Westfield, N. J.
Elisa Diana, l38 E. 7th Sf., Plainfield, N. J.
Joanne Fioravanti, 3l DeForest Ave., North Plainfield, N. J.
Stephanie Nugent, 400 Malcolm Ave., North Plainfield, N. J.
Dale Sohl, 2349 Terrace Ave., South Plainfield, N. J.
THIRD GRADE -
Jane Kelber, I64 Mill Lane, Mountainside, N. J.
Rosemary Raio, R.F.D. if I , Oak Tree Rd., So. Plainfield, N.
Rita Ranucci, 29 No. Ave., Fanwood, N. J.
Diane Sohl, 2349 Terrace Ave.,So. Plainfield, N. J.
Lenore Ziegler, 2l Meadowbrook Village, Plainfield, N.
The Fathers' Club
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Congratulations to the Graduates
MR. and MRS. LOUIS MUNCH
MARGIE'S CAKE BOX
Mounta inside, New Jersey
"Where Quality Reigns and Service Pours"
Westfield, N. J.
DINNER-EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE
One of the Finer Restaurants, Serving Good Food
Stop for a Snack or Full Course
Route 29-Mountainside, N. J.
THE WESTFIELD TRUST CO.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Member Federal Reserve System
Garwood Westfield Scotch Plains
DR. I. B. COE
520 Springfield Avenue Newark 3, N. J
lAt South Tenth Streetl
FAnwood 2-77 26
SNUFFY'S STEAK HOUSE
STEAKS ' LOBSTER ' SEA FOOD
Park Avenue Scotch Plains, N.
515-525 Chancellor Avenue
Irvington I l, N. J.
THE VERY BEST WISHES
glial' B iqfehcq inc.
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
860 MOUNTAIN AVENUE MOUNTAINSIDE, NEW JERSEY
Somerset Bus Co., Inc.
ROUTE 29 MOUNTAINSIDE, NEW JERSEY
BEST WISHES from MR. and MRS. ROBERT A. CATINO and the GIRLS
E THE NoRwAl.K vAuL'r coMPANY
PLAINFI ELD, NEW JERSEY
Harrison A. Williams E. Witter Clawson
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY FUTURE TO ALL THE
MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF '52
MOORE'S TRUCKING COMPANY
ELizabeth 2- 3951
C. A. BURKE
W H o L E S A L E
TOBACCO - CIGARETTES - CIGARS - CANDIES
IO FIRST STREET ELIZABETH I, N J
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Windmill Golf Driving Range
Directly Opposite Mount Saint Mary's Academy
FINEST IN EQUIPMENT
Instructions, CARL ULMEH, Prop. JOSEPH BICLEY, Manager
"You Lace 'em, NVe Chase 'emu
MR. and MRS. GEORGE AHR
The Class of '52
JOAN FINAN '50
JOHN P. McMAHON
REAL :sure and lNsuRANc:
i338 Morris Avenue Union, N. J.
DE LUXE DINER, INC.
Union, New Jersey
lAt the Centerl
BRODA'S SERVICE STATION
Union, New Jersey
RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL BAR
Closed Sundays and Mondays
the Five Points Union, N J
l5l4 Morris Avenue Union, N. J, Scotch Plains, N. J.
TO THE CLASS OF '52
R NIN 'S
G U G c. A. DUNN'S
FAMOUS ICE CREAM and CANDY
JESSICA MANNING DUNN
zos EAST sm smear Rome 29 and NEW PROVIDENCE RD
PLAINFIELD, N.J. MOUNTAINSIDE, NEW JERSEY
ROselle 4-I53I UNion 2-4969
Joseph J. Tomasulo fr Co. WILLIAM F.BENTZ
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS PAINTER, DECORATOR
AND ENGINEERS and PAPERHANGER
531 WESTFIELD AVENUE 1584 PORTER ROAD
ROSELLE PARK, N'. J. UNION, N,J.
L E O K E L L E R
WHOLESALE PORK AND PROVISIONS
4 LACKAWANNA AVENUE NEWARK 2, NEW JERSEY
MILK-NATURE'S MOST NEARLY PERFECT FOOD
"The Very Best"
STATE HIGHWAY 29 HILLSIDE, NEW JERSEY
RAhway 7-4500 ELizabeth 2-1488
OLIVER MANUFACTURING SUPPLY COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS BLOCKS and CONCRETE PRODUCTS
READY MIXED CONCRETE ' MASONS MATERIALS
PATSY PELLEGRINO, President
Plants: Rahway, New Jersey ' Port Reading, New Jersey
1679 ELIZABETH AVENUE RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY
UNION, NEW JERSEY
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS
THE CALABRO FAMILY
Scherer Sign Service
COMMERCIAL SIGNS ' NEON SIGNS
IZI MADISON AVENUE PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY
JEROME J. STANLEY
Church Goods ' Religious Articles ' Books
120 Washington Street Newark 2, N. J.
DANIEL J. LEONARD G' SONS
HOME FOR FUNERALS
240-242 West Jersey Street Elizabeth 2, N. J.
THOMPSON TYPWRITERS, Inc.
SALES ' RENTAL ' SERVICE
ROYAL TYPEWRITERS and VICTOR ADDER
187 North Avenue Plainfield, N.
ELIZABETH COAL CO.
COAL - FUEL DEALER
ELIZABETH, N. J.
P. J. CAPONE, Pharmacist
701 Park Avenue Plainfield, N. J.
MOUNTAINSIDE DRUG CO.
899 Mountain Avenue Mountainside, N. J
GREGORY'S MUSIC CENTER
330 West Front Street
For Delicious Snacks
BLUE STAR DRIVE IN
RESTAURANT AND MILK BAR
De MATTEO BROS., Props.
Highway 29 and Wilson Avenue
Bill Foster Associates, Inc
Oil Brokers - Sales Representat e
SPARTA, N. 1.l
403 BERCKMAN ST E l PLAINFIELD N J
IPILAINIIIEIII ww IIIIII I MOUNT ST. MARY'S ACADEMY CLASS RINGS
WILLIAM C. MARTIN
OFFICIAL scHooL JEWELEP.
908 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA 7, PENNSYLVANIA
L O U I S E . SA F T
624 PARK AVENUE PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY
PLainfield 6-0100-Other Towns WX-2100 QNo Tolll
C. O. KELLER,S
CLEANERS, DYERS, RUG CLEANERS, COLD STORAGE
Corner South and Leland Avenues-Corner Randolph Rd. and Arlington Ave.
127 PARK AVENUE PLAINFIELD, N. I.
UN II 2 IO3O
Sabosik Furniture Co.
GEORGE SABOSIK, Prop.
927 STUYVESANT AVENUE UNION, NEW JERSEY
RATE 0 ANNUM
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ASSETS OVER 6 MILLION
No Greater Compliment Could Be
Paid Our Uniforms Than That
They Are Being Worn
THE STUDENTS OF
MOUNT ST. MARY'S ACADEMY
Eisenberg QS- O'l-lara Co
l3l5 Market Street
Manufacturers of Parochial School Uniforms
For Over a Quarter of a Century.
To the Class of '52
MARGIE PETERS, '51
WM. D. SHEEHAN
cleARs - CANDY ' MAGAZINES
City Hall Elizabeth, N. J
214 Third Street
Elizabeth, N. J.
PLainfieId 6-5Ol 7
CHINESE 81 AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Lunch ' Regular Dinner ' Family Dinner
We cater to parties
Any order made up to take out
Open ll a.m. to Midnight - Saturday to I a.m.
129-l3l East Front Street Plainfield, N. J.
Arlington, N. J.
SWAIN'S ART STORE
PICTURES ' FRAMING
3l7 West Front Street Plainfield, N. J.
TO THE STAFF
, ROSEMARY CONDON
Best Wishes From
MR. and MRS. RODOLFO MONDOLFI
PLainfieId 6-8870 WEstfieId 2-4040 COMP'-IMENTS
- CLAIRE WILLIAMS
"Clothes With a Flair"
218 W. FRONT STREET, PLAINFIELD, N.J.
217 E. BROAD STREET, WESTFIELD, N.J. 207 PARK AVENUE PLAINFIELD, N.J
GOD BLESS YOU
ledfly Elecfnk' C0fP0fdflb0
INSTRUCTOR IN CERAMICS AND
Also Lace Work
All Supplies ' Kilns ' Molds and Firing
598 Stratford Road Union, N.
DENNIS J. VALVANO
REALTOR - INSURANCE
6 W, Elizabeth Avenue Linden, N. J.
JERSEY STATE ELECTRIC CO.
Elizabeth, N. J.
CONTRACTOR ' BUILDER ' MASON
Plastering and Concrete Work
All materials for China Decorating
Large selection of China blanks
Two Experienced Teachers
CHINA PAINTING FOR THE HOBBYIST
- FIRING -
52I Riverside Avenue Lyndhurst, N. J. 305 Elm Street Cranford, N,J
JOSEPH A. GUTHERZ
THE FLOOR SHOP
Carpets ' Linoleum ' Tile
IO9-I I I West 4th Street
Plainfield, N. J. 540 North Avenue Elizabeth, N, J
THE ARDLAW SCHOOL
Specialists ln College Preparation
PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY
NVith the exception of the nursery school, which is at 1088 Park Avenue, every department of
the NVardlaw School from Kindergarten through preparatory school is located at 1030 Central
Avenue on one six-acre campus, well removed from the center of town, Besides the main school
huilding the physical equipment includes a large, sunny gymnasium, two athletic fields, four
tennis courts, a little-lmoysl play field, an outdoor theatre, "Memorial Chapel," and much Space
devoted to shruhhery, flower heds, and lawns. If lmeauty of exterior surroundings is conducive
to the interior growth of mind and soul, surely no other country day school in New jersey is S0
fortunate in this respect as XVardlaW. A staff of twenty teachers administers the program.
C. D. VVARDLAW,
UNION COUNTY TAY'-QR'S
PLATE GLASS COMPANY JEWELRY STQRE
617-619 ZIEGLER AVENUE 115 PARK AVENUE
LINDEN, N. J. PLAINFIELD, N. J.
ll H E A D Q U A R T E R S RAhway 7-0684 WEstfield 2-1326
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' We cordially invite the student
body of Mt. St. Mary's to consult
with our experienced staff in the
planning of both undergraduate and
alumnae activities' CENTRAL AVENUE AT L, v. R. R.
CLARK TOWNSHIP, N.J.
' 7th ST. at ARLINGTON AVE.
United Auto Sales
CARS BOUGHT and SOLD
H. DeROSA ' S. WOOD
526 SOMERSET STREET NORTH PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY
Higgins "I-lome for Funerals"
209 WEST EIGHTH STREET
PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY
DRY CLEANING VII-I-AGE PENSUPREME ics CREAM
Synthetic Odorless Dry Cleaning
142 SOMERSET STREET
NORTH PLAINFIELD, N. J.
P. CASEY G SON
Directors of Funerals
151 EAST SEVENTH STREET
at Crescent Avenue
PLAINFIELD, N. J.
GOOD SHOES and HOSIERY
PLAINFIELD, N. J.
Schmalz Dairy Products
l'lS'llAlll,lSlll'ilJ OYICIC 'l'lllli'l'Y-I"lYl'l YIC.-XRS
For the Smile of Health . . .
Drink Sclimalz Homogenized Vitamin D Milk
Dllil'XlT lslioxl l"AllNl TO YOU
l'l,ninl'im'lLl fi-227 ' Millington 7-0025
MR. and MRS. C. COSTELLO
MACK DRUG COMPANY
II7 EAST FRONT STREET
PLAINFIELD, N. J.
PLUMBING ' HEATING ' TINNING
JOBBING ' CONTRACTORS
I97 Hillside Avenue Springfield, N
NANCY LAMMERDING '50
PLainfieId 6-I I97 - 8
SOMERSET FISH MARKET
FRESH FISH DAILY
"Every Fish That Swims in the Sea"
I I5 Somerset Street Plainfield, N
TOWN LEY MEAT MARKET
I380 Morris Avenue
Union, N. J.
MR. and MRS.
FOOT COMFORT SHOP
SHOES ' ARCH SUPPORTS ' REMEDIES
Owned and Operated by David Nemser
202 Watchung Avenue Plainfield, N
7 i i l
PLAINFIELD, N. J.
ARNOLD BAKERS, INC.
J. D. Russo, Distributor
PLainfield 5-l l62
El.izabeth 3-9732 A. SPIRITO, Prop.
SPAGHETTI COOKED TO ORDER
PIZZA Iltalian Tomato Piel
Home Made Raviolas - Sausage Sandwiches
7l4 Third Avenue Elizabeth, N. J.
PLainfield 4-0229 P. Lane
DE LUXE BAKERY
A. HOTZ, Prop.
277 Somerset Street Plainfield, N. J.
The Class of '52
MR. and MRS. DANIEL LORETI
AUDLEY POULTRY FARMS
Mendham, N. J.
SPORTING GOODS STORE
215 W. Front Street
PLainfield 4-9073 PLainfield 6-lOlO Free Delivery
PLAINFIELD CAMERA SHOP BARON'S NETHERWOOD
CAMERAS ' MOVIE EQUIPMENT
236 Park Avenue Plainfield, N.J
for PRESCRIPTIONS and
DRUG STORE SERVICE
l lOl E. Second Street lNear East Front St.l
RAhway 7-4301 Mobile - JR 6-2203
1354 NEW ESSEX STREET RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY
TOBIN and PETERSON
PLAINFIELD, N. I.
ROBERT F. DAY
9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m., Monday Evenings 6:30 to 9
6 ELM STREET WESTFIEL
fOpp. Peoples Bankj
BOUND BROOK, NEW JERSEY
' BRIDAL SHOP
214 PARK AVENUE
PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY
uinn and Boden, Inc
Rahway, New Jersey
THE RUBENSTEIN FAMILY
ATIantic Highlands I-O7I6 ATIanIic Highlands I-0965 - I-0223
CARUSO CONSTRUCTION BAYSHORE
COMPANY, INC. WOOD PRODUCTS
DOMINIC A' CARUSO Wood Shipping Boxes ' Pallets
DOMINIC A. CARUSO
37 CENTER AVENUE 22 WEST HIGHLAND AVENUE
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NUI, ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, N.J.
.Yam 52 Sbaberf Foundarfbn
ROUTE 29 and MOUNTAIN AVENUE
I NORTH PLAINFIELD, N.J.
WEstfieId 2-2l I8
Exclusive But Not Expensive
- Also Junior and Misses Clothes -
IO2 Quimby Street Westfield, N. J.
120 E. Front Street
Plainfield, N. J.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES
MR. and MRS. J. GOMEZ
Sf. Moritz 0n The Plaza
LAKE MOHAWK, NEW JERSEY
CHOICE MEATS . . . FANCY GROCERIES
BERKLEY HEIGHTS, NEW JERSEY
If You Had A Million Dollars . . .
I952 SODALITY OFFICERS
You COULDN'T BUY
and BETTER BAKED GOODS
A FISCHER BAKING co.
NEWARK, N. J.
DAVIS WHITE CO.
P""eY"'s"f ART COLOR PRINTING
Top Quality Meats and Poultry
222 NORFOLK STREET
NEWARK, N. J. DUNELLEN N J
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should be checked and stay checked. Smart girls use FRESH
Cream Deodorant because it really checks perspiration.
Furthermore, with FRESH you are assured of continuous pro-
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Enjoy a new kind of cleanliness . . .bathe daily with mild, fragrantlFRESH Deodorant Bath Soap, 'S
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No Finer Restaurant In Sussex Coanry
Lake Mohawk 9600
For the best in . . .
LUMBER - MASONS' MATERIALS
MILLWORK - KITCHEN CABINETS - OVERHEAD TYPE DOORS
BUILDERS' HARDWARE ' PAINTS
POWER TOOLS AND ACCESSORIES
J. D. LUIZEAUX LUMBER CO.
861 SOUTH AVENUE 911 SOUTH AVENUE
PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY
Joe DE cARo
AND I-ns ASSISTANTS 2'
WESTFIELD RIDGEWOOD PLAINFIELD
"THANKS FOR THE PUSH!"
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