Mount Saint Mary Academy - Mountain Chimes Yearbook (Plainfield, NJ)

 - Class of 1953

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K, " --.gf - A A , ww AH ' " A, u v, 5 , ff w wf H f X M 7-wr 4555? -1 M - ,fn "', , my i 4 'Q .mi , Q, , KF 1 H ' ng! . 31 'F , M ' Y . ,, 9 , s Q, -YK , , 1, S , '+P' 'V ' ' L7.':q':- nw li' S 5- : ,L 'H V, . M LM 'X I Q Vw ,mu S' 'W' 1 W wif 11 5 at fav. ml' v i .1 4 , x 21 A-HS' " lp 3 f Q, if , , R w QQ yy Y f V 4 1 4 A Www ,wr 'MW' We pause between the Alpha and Omega of our Academy years and Wistfully recount our blessings. We find ourselves in a firma- ment of starry glory, but our vision stays upon the Alpha of this constellation - Mother Mary Bertrand-the kindest Sister, of reverent aspect, and unwearied spirit in understanding and in extending courtesies. To her to Whom we are indebted for the beauty of our surroundings We affection- ately dedicate our yearbook. May she en- joy this pictorial expression of our Academy home as she turns the pages of Mountain Chimes of 1953. .lil Mllllllll MARY Htlllll 4- - 6 Q x T 5 . Kathleen O'Connor, Editor-in-Chit-fg Barbari R be 1 tcm Bis n s lvimager Moth r VI y B trlncl Petrunclla Koster, Assistant Business Manag r Ottolu Frrderickson Assistxnt Editor f M5221 . Y, .H . Ls 4339 xx. f ,, Z R. , fa 1 ,E ,N A X Nga ,.,. M B . 5 W, ,Q ,, KW H ,I Q Q 5 H" -:Ei ga Q Wg "sg, ,V 97 gg-ag: .K .L ,f is .fs g V K vw, , . Q 4' AQ' J" s mm Lx- fi ggi vu, . 'J U 'I' f' 3' Julieta Basalo Caracas, Venezuela "Lady of Spain" Our gay "amiga" As neat as a pin With her on our team We'1l always win. 8 Barbara Ioan Calabro Mountainside, New Jersey "Dark Eyes" Laughing eyes Stylish taste Simplicity radiates From her smiling face. Gail Barbara Ashworth Watchung, New Jersey 'Look for the Silver Lining" A nursing career Is this girl's airn VVith her gentle nature She's sure to win fame. w ,.k, 5 'mb K ig in at y g Rita Marie Cassella Union, New jersey "You're Driving Me Crazy" Diligent worker Fashionably tall Driving expert Sweet in all. Roberta Amelia Catino Armonk, New York "Sweetheart Waltz" Versatile leader Majorette fair Appealing, tailored Shining black hair. Rosemary Grace Condon Harrison, New jersey "Rose, Rose, I Looe You" Contagious humor Outstanding vitality We all admire Rose's personality. 9 Luz Marina Cruz Cali, Colombia 'A Pretty Girl Is Like a M elody' Always feminine Loveliness that charms And a winning smile That completely disarms. Estelle Elizabeth Daycock Westfield, New jersey "All the Things You Are" This pert little miss Hails from Westiield way She'll be missed by the Mount For many a day. Ann Maureen Cronin Elizabeth, New Jersey "Sleepy Time Gal" Hers is a merry way Humor at will Perpetually happy Basketball skill. 10 by 5 3 Mary Frances Doyle . Bound Brook, New jersey "Have a Good Time" Gay and carefree Skillful knitter Sodality minded Never a quitter. ,M-Mi Patricia Margaret Doyle Bound Brook, New Jersey "College Swing" Class Secretary Charming, .debonaire Smiling, alive Efficient everywhere. Marion Joyce Dunn Dunellen, New Jersey "Easy Does It" Slender and fragile Quiet and serene With a sunny complexion Like peaches and cream. 11 , 2 ,4 Z L-, li Alice Virginia Farley Westfield, New Jersey n With a Song in My Heart, Many big jobs Has this small girl As Mountain Lore editor She's been a whirl. Ottolee Ann F rederickson Plainfield, New Jersey "Small F ry" Hearty laughter Tiny and sweet Sergeant fifer Trim and neat. 12 E i X Margaret Lois Engel Elizabeth, New Jersey "Take Me Out to the Ball Game' Abundant energy Storehouse of fun Happy-go-lucky All rolled into one. .QV Bienvenida Estela Cerardino Dominican Republic, West Indies "South of the Border" An artistic Hair An athlete combined As gay a senorita As you'll ever find. I , r 5 'E ,f Hh- . QL, ff . , , ,VV,,, Elizabeth Ann Greeley Elizabeth, New Jersey "1 like Ike" Fragile and slim Hesitant never Continuous hit And Stevenson forever. Charlotte Lee Hitchens Collingswood, New Jersey "I Wanna' Be Happy" Fervent student Friendly to' all Her bubbling laughter Rings through the halls. 13 Mary Patricia Kenny Plainfield, New Jersey "Kitten of the Keys" Her scintillating manner As she sits down to play Radiates about her In a complimentary way. Catherine Marie Kervick Elizabeth, New Jersey "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" Sweet smile Winsome way Animated Costume of the day. 14 Mary Lou Hunt Metuchen, New Jersey "A Full Time Iob" Athletic manager Bubbling ambition Freckled face Keen intuition. Honora Mary Klarmann Mahway, New Iersey "Honey Bun" With style and grace She masters the keys This cheerful bundle Does it with ease. fa, RE K 4 A 1 Petrunella Elaine Koster Mountainside, New Jersey "When You're Smiling" A dependable assistant To join the staff Adds capable hands And many gay laughs. Katherine Margaret Lamprecht Elizabeth, New Jersey "Them There Eyesv As our class president We think she's line Good-natured and loyal The genuine Mount kind. 15 'fi in Phyllis Marie Lochs Sayreville, New jersey "Green Eyesi' Well poised Ready smile Pleasing disposition And an eye for style. 16 Rosemarie Lopas Metuchen, New Jersey "She's a lady" Tall and charming Quiet and serene Always a lady Wherever she's seen. Ioan Elizabeth Levins Union, New Jersey "Forget Me N ot" A generous friend With an amiable way Her charming decor Radiates day by day. A ii Pamela Ann Mansfield Plainfield, New jersey "A Little Bit Independent" Always active Alive and alert Creative ability Crisp and pert. RuthaLorraine Mesaros Mary Ann Miller Union, New Jersey "Wunderbar" Congenial nature Loyal chum Dependability Full of fun. Keansburg, New Jersey "Faithful F oreoer' Sunny disposition Keeper of the funds Intelligent scholar Her tasks well done 1 Kathleen Ann O'Connor Plainfield, New jersey "Candy and Cake" Our Irish Colleen A strawberry blond Year book editor A pledge to friendship's bond. Kathleen Regina O'Halloran Pitman, New jersey "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" Calm and cool Literarily inclined Sodality Prefect Very sound mind. 18 Mary Elizabeth 0'Connor Caracas, Venezuela "lt's a Great Day for the Irish" Our Irish miss From south of the border Willing student Obliging daughter. We 'f i i, 'ii' f E8 9 -:,, i H515 J k QS! if 7 ' 3 Q, A g , A is Carol Mary Procassini Union, New jersey You Grow Sweeter As the Years Trustful and dependable Sweet and pleasant Willing student Honor Roll attendant. G , ,e Audrey Anne Reuter Princeton Junction, New Jersey "You'ue Got What It Takes Graciela Riquezes Caracas, Venezuela "Sentimental M e" This lady of Caracas Has chann to delight Pictures, her hobby Intelligencia- Ready at nine To be at the top Of the chemistry line. She snaps you on sight. 19 -A .gt X, 5 , 7-, 72 ,N 'X fl ii Marilyn Ann Skelly Bemardsville, New Jersey 'Everything They Said Came True" This newest arrival To join our rank Brings generosity On this we can bank. Maria Christina Toro Cali, Colombia "All in Fun" Iovial manner Abundance of pep Enthusiastic helper Keeps everyone hep. 20 5. Barbara Rubenstein Brooklyn, New York "Unforgettable" Artistically cultured Feminine and gracious Carefree of nature Highly vivacious. mwmws V A 5 MLN vi Carol Ann Tuthill Panwood, New jersey "Enjoy Yourself" Tall and stately Dark curly hair Friendly and merry Not knowing a care. 9, 1 .L 4 S x :K 'Mn 8 ff , ' W ,, f' 'mf Ruth Philomena Venes Scotch Plains, New Iersey 'Practice Makes Perfect Rare dependability Willingness too Conscientious student One of the few. Marcella Ann Wall Plainfield, New Jersey "Sweet and Lovely" This dainty miss With golden tresses Pleases all Whom she addresses. Colleen Ann Wolff Union, New Iersey ac Lovely to Look At" Sweetheart face Shining hair Neatly tailored Commercial Hair. 'Yew Shirley Alice Zimmer Plainfield, New Jersey "Dance, Ballerina, Dance' Our class ballerina Is a versatile miss A ballet expert One cannot resist. Now we have come to our time to graduate and if our heartis most earnest wish could be fulfilled, it would be that time would stand still. However, we cannot stop the advance of timeg we can only live to its full measure the unfor- gettable day of our graduation and then tuck away in our hearts all the happy memories of days with our teachers and days with our parents. As we advance down the avenue of time, it will be with a prayer of gratitude on our lips and a prayerful hope in our hearts that life will continue to hold for us all that is good and beautiful and true. i y 1 . 55,4 My 'A -1 'J H'e , g 1::,y. ' A 'fg Q- i .- 1. 'V , '- , K 1 ,M 1 f - ' if Sf -5 W " Sup . 'Di fig fgmmiiqgjl- , 'T , "f'M,.f ' 74 , 'f-'wwf 'if ' W W ' 4 X , I K, ,aiu Wanna QM wwg I L EfIz3L'f . . ' J 'igyui -. X' Q 'aff I , , .I gf V. X ' 1, - , , gr., , .Q K f 1 K ' A . f ,ffl H 5571 "QM ' 55, ' f L, , - , - mf, 'W i A :fem jig Vw' wx ,-.. 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'KA QQ 2' gk: A 'M wi ,,' moi-'-i 4 I .V X ' 'w3,, W , , .,., 4 fu f 'Un' 4 if f SISTER MARY LEONARD Directress of the Academy SISTER MARY DOLORES Fine Arts SISTER MARY RUTH SISTER MARY RQBERT Religion, Science Library, Music R MARY ALPHONSUS SISTER MARY KATHLEI V 1 A nv MERCEDES SISTE Religion, English Business Education 7m in SISTER MARY CONSILIO Music SISTER MARY LUCIA SISTER MARY DONALD Religion, Romance Languages, Latin SISTER MARY IGNATIUS Dramatics I School Nurse, Health Education :TER MARY MYRONA SISTER MARY ANNATA q,W,,,l , Ieligion, Mathematics History, Vocal ' ry S R, 5 f SQ ,Kg -5. wg I -ref iieigsfgifsif -in -Wf2f4wL?:. iff ia? Qld , as ag? 5 Q Q X 333-Q WW, lm ai A 1- 3 -1:31 Q Q . wh ww . Q W 55, , Rig' x 1- 'Y 92 X F3 is QQ QR s 1 L 5+ 42 g T S1 iff fs: s gg 55412 X "'ffiffs5 W. fm: 'wax ,, 3 Z ? Q I ,, 9 4 L Mr- F 'L Q Ni if aeggg .K i ' 'f A413 f,y.,v - v Q--1-any .Hua-ul Father H Colg xn compares Amerxmn fund French Blue Army pms with Kathleen O Halloran Patncm Kenny Plmela Mansfield and Joanne Gnllxgher Monday afternoon finds Sister Mary Kathleen, Sister Mary Mercedes, Mary Ann Moyer, Sister Maris and Katherine Lamprecht eagerly enroute to cate- chetical classes in Manville. 36 Most interesting is the session of nongovernmental organizations. 7w71ZazhaZffIf. In order to fulfill the obligations of good citizenship in the future, it is necessary to be aware of what is happening in the world around us today. With this in mind, the Sen- iors have focused their attention this year on the United Nations. They have investigated and discussed its structure, the duties of the committees, and its importance in relation to the situation existing in the world. The climax of their studies came when arrangements were made for a class trip to the United Nations Headquarters in New York. As the chartered bus entered the United Nations terri- tory, everyone was thrilled by the breath-taking design and beauty of the buildings. The inside proceeded to be equally modern and spacious. The class was immediately escorted to a conference room, and then to a lecture delivered by a member of the A.A.U.N. During a guided tour of the build- ings the group saw many fine examples of art and design from all corners of the globe and obtained much additional information supplied by their gracious guide. just before leaving, the girls visited the book and gift shops located on the the lower floor of the main building, and a number of students sent U.N. souvenirs to their relatives and friends. The Senior class was extremely grateful to Sister Mary Annata for planning this unforgettable experience. 37 Sister Mary Annata gives Rita Cassella her pin for the afternoon tour as the other girls wait their turn. K-' 14.11 . Everyone is quite willing to take time out for lunch. -H Betty Ann Greeley, Lois Engel, Rosemary ' Cnnrlnn Rnharm Pnfinn M-.A Paelmfam, Va.. pi L krkr J I LH . f,. 323, I iw - V iv M , Q I 5 'W V'Ab' ' A"' ' 'N 'gk' ' M K 'K',L f is: . I Ayyl Wvvlbh A an Allv ,ggiii 3 ,A Ayhzzulbv A"' .Q an .'. I ll K E it VV W, . ij i , V Q . M , l Q,,?,Q Am W aa Exif K M125 as .W x, ,HV , T ,, 5 Y is mV LAA ,K 3, wa, XW Mathematics teaches us how to reason. It is one of our chief aids to clear, precise thinking. By the study of mathematics we are able to con- verse more logically and read with greater under- standing. Freshmen knit their brows over "xv and "yn, and try to discover just what "X" does equal. Busy Sophomores labor over diflicult theorems, and are always ready to measure an angle or construct a circle. But nothing can equal the warm glow of satisfr ction which comes when a solution is finally produced by careful, logical reasoning assisted by patience and per- sistence. Q. K., sTi'u f' A 'nz' , in . ' w , uu .- ' z .J :nr '3' rr I -" I 3 Anita Waldron arranges posters for the math exhibit. h fin- larcia Goidu gxtlidr eSUhlg ahing, 'fynn Butiegsregx . 4 O3 v lillapuiaies the Hmm Math scholars Patricia Hoch, Nancy Scherer, Mary Lyn Feaster, and Katherine Riehman wait for the 3:40. Q -If Zi g? i LL 52 i ,gym .U- fi? '4 A nw-sw-R " H H 3 M WM Q , ff! fl .1 ,s1:wfv55sniw71 W IE WMS I 'fx 1 ing amulakzgu 1 ' ,ix zif A I- 1 I...- X "" ' K T' an-an 15mm "WV I W 3' Wig' 1 "-- Y'AW V if wr' Qty? ,al xgf5.sN:fz'a4 znfwfed N annum - e ,W ,L,,, V E ,, 4 ,A , 'Q xg Q ig , is IQ? , J X . V4 V , X 1 f . 3 mmm W -',:J,"Qaw-' I - 'iw -mefqgswjif' ,14:v,g?aJ':i. x -lim 3 e-U K M, Qfzzfi ' 4,1 f Wu W 5 2 Latin Club oFHcers arc Marie- Schctz, Pro-consulg Audrey Rs-uter Scribeg Pam Manstfield, Consul, and Kate Richman, Quai-stur. , afinaegcvzcvze "All roads lead to Rome? is vs Consul Pamela Mansfield said to Latinae Sorores at the Fero meet in September. Fascinating tales fi ancient mythology and great literat are narrated at each meeting. 1 Roman customs and the glorious c quests of her celebrated heroes are vived by the adventurous club me bers. Dolls dressed in Roman milit and political robes stand side by s with vestal virgins and Latin bri1 arrayed in their fiery red finery. model testudo and castella, favor weapons of ancient warfare, are a the products of 'careful study and genious carpentry. Believe it or n Latin can be fun! Sistcr Mary Mercedes acquaints the juniors with Virgil. Members of the Spanish Club prepare for their pl'xy nv -gf-ff11"' Spanish conversation proves to he interesting. Audrey Router, Ruth Mcsaros, Bicnchi Ge-rardino, and Iulieta Basalo discuss French Club plans. :J 1' an sf U-wfwkfl '51, hm nan. uw- ......,.4f3Z- I,-'1vm'r,.a':'w.4m ,vi -, ffl ch students bvcome acquamied ,pm Drama trophy winnvrs again captured the prize undvr thc' direction of Sister Mary Lucia. Ace, Barbara Rube-nsteing King, Eileen Mathiasg Queen, Cynthia Farrellg and Jack, Marilyn Skelly listen as moderator, Sister Mary Annnta, discusses card party plans. Alice De-Rosa Kathleen Forsythe, Patricn Capone and Kathleen Con- wiy are futhful to the new member The entire science department at the Mount had beer bursting with activity. It was not unusual to find learner Sophomore protozoologists peering intently into micro scopes, hoping to catch sight of the lively antics of ai amoeba. It was rumored that the Seniors were responsiblf for the strange odors emitted from the lab every Thursday Further investigation showed that the chemistry class wa: deeply engrossed in an interesting experiment under the direction of Sister Mary Ruth. v E Senior chmnistry students, Ruth Me-sums, Audrey Renter, Marilyn Skclly, Maureen Cronin, Elizabeth O'C0nnur, Kath O,Conn0r, Pamela Mansiim-ld, Marcella Wall, Petrunvllu Kuhn-r, und Charlotte- Ilitchm-ns prepare iodine-. leen ,M R ' gf, . 1, f. xx Pzyfg Q 5 V' H , . - Q.. A 4, J , rrrrr s 0 A .L 2 M J Q, ss., 9 nh r ? , 5 V K .. A if sf Rf -' v Q LL if j .rx 43 is Q,-"fg,,.l i f v- f ru, umvnusxn ifg lW,,,,,,, 1 ry M , Ham, up was lf. v mf 1 J f Q- ' Q , S.W,r,, lil ix: had fir A X MM. ,.r-Aww fr-W Sister Mary Ruth instructs the Sophomores on the use of the microscope. 47 Nr-f :C S a TVRQ if '4 'His 3 ' ,9 - vs ff :wcX."' Hjiw ""f?1-1 ,Ml , , ny, -L. wwf V 1' f' , -,,,4gf.,,i, , Q, .,'f ,, Q , i K fy, i A ' Agfa. . 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Jnff n 'i,,2gQ,,,f:2"2L,:rg '14-Ip, ' ' .dm Vi A 4 4. . If-W A J rw ., 4 ' , ff' ' irfigjgbf, ' 1 if 4 A 2' Ifihgnx Lg, ,f 1 1 Wifi Q 4 . , A 'M ,V ,, gy rl' L, 1 45:5 V I 2 . 4,1 , iq f 'Q N. 5,1 va" aw, N? J ,, N 3 W ,QQ " 1, W W4 Q' wifi' ' ff?f ,nik I 4 A ' +5 3, Mn' :,g,,h H ,www i ,a1M'f'v, 5' Aki xi '92 , ' f fffi , . , hygfw.-5, f I f 5,51 - MQ... -4 Ap x' Tryk, W,-M, .f I .,6L2A 11 X., Wf, Lf 1 Q Elizabeth Baumgartner puts on the finishing touches. Nancy Scherer, Ruth Waldron, Mary Carol Falcone, and Frances Kroll thoroughly enjoy painting under Sister Dolores' guidance. Corina Mondolfi, Jacqueline Caruso, and Gladys Tinoco are absorbed in their work. I , W E tiella xi Carol Valenski and Lynn Rubenstein are always willing workers. Petrunella Koster, Iulieta Basalo, Barbara Rubenstein, Bienchi Ger- ardino, and Pamela Mansfield finish up the year's work. Behind the color decked palate that marks the art room door there are spicy fragrances of tur- pentine as the art students, under the watchful eye of Sister Mary Dolores, are learning the skills of perspective art and color blending. Painted ships on painted oceans sail majestically upon large canvases. A beautiful Irish colleen daintly clutches a bunch of shamrocks. A smiling self portrait wishes she could relax in the cool Elizabeth Kane admires Catherine Kervick's baske This is truly the land of paint and brush. Be- sides the special art groups, a number of girls wear miniature palates which is the insignia and name of the Art Club. The purpose of the or- ganization is to fostera greater appreciation for the fine arts. Chairmen Ruth Waldron and Eliza- beth Kane carefully plan the bi-monthly meet- ings at which is presented a wide variety of the World's masterpieces. meadow which rests on the easel next to her. . I fsfxnr -murmur Y A E Kathleen McCann, Maria Theresa Gomez, and Maria Victoria Toro begin to lay out their work. Dolores Procassini, Susan Swoope, and Eva Kielarska form a Wednesday afternoon zroun. Marianne Schweikart checks her hculth record with Sister Mary Ignatius. Alice Packard, Turn-na Zzilcwski, and KL-rper Whitlock pri-pare to give artificial respiration to Linda Flaske. JQQLZA E 5 Kathleen O'Connor informs Elaine Pellegrine and Elizabeth O'Connor of the next TB meeting. The most important part of any health program is to teach students to guard their present and future health.. Ann Nicolello and Beverly Weldon avail themselves of the opportunity afforded the students to have a yearly X-ray. For Mary Ann Moyer, Carol Pel- legrine, Elaine Pellegrine, Lillian Lubeck, Nancy Scherer, Carmella DeRosa, Mary Ann Flakker, and Clara Baumgartner making their back-rests and bed-trays is enjoyment. 74mg .7 fi ,yew Grace Puglisi, Alberta Donlan, Lois Demarestg Ann Maloney, Cynthia Farrell, Marcia Goddu, and Helen Mulcahy are anxious to sample their finished products. Nancy Schetz, Eleanor Rowland, Margaret Che- piga, Patricia Cericola, and Geraldine Bednarik proved to be fine cooks. 54 Elizabeth Baumgartner, Dolores Procassini, Christine Dydynska rs H E Rue-gg guides e Freshmwn girls in making their skirts. They are Susan Holly Kathleen Lobo Brenda Stabilc, Mary Alice Williams Mary ean Gallagher and Elaine Foss. Mana Christina Toro, Bienchi Cerardino, Pe-trunella Koster Iulieta Basalo, and Barbara Rubenstein were delighted that sewing class fitted into their weekly schedule, Each Monday, Tuesday, and Thurs day Mrs. H. E. Ruegg, the sewing instructress, greets the girls with a smile. ll-imma..-. ,pv- ff' 'X . "You have very good eyes, Ruth," says Mr. john Deutsch. Mr. John Deutsch tests Betsy O'Connur un her depth perception. "Now watch for the white light, Rosemary," advises Mr. joseph Proksa as he tests her peripheral vision. ws! kgwmy. Y . I R f ,k.,. D . 1 .6 Shirley Zimmer waits patiently'for her iurn while Mr. joseph Proksa tolls Kathleen O,Connor her score. wages , W on Mr joseph Proksa explains to the girls the purpose and procedures of the brake test. Did I stop quickly enough?" asks Petrunella mf' after mkinz the brake test. , .mga ffmew sa fl if?-4,if'? Q wf.wg,. A 4 i A .,.jf. ggi., Z- 1 ,,. K, 1 I Y. 5 Q A 4 5 K E M I ,A ""'b. I l"'0 51 I ,ihwfg fs Eg, If if xi s w-gg .EY Q 3 175 Q v li m.l , v . M ml i H V , 1 ,Z f' if f .A E 4 Q ,af .M .,. 3y,,,,,-,Y f NEW CITY PRINUNG CO. arm: an a 5 ,Vx ,Q F if 9 S 3 ,I Q I R "2 sf if ,if ,W ,, I mm . ns fi., l 2 If I 3 7 If ll I0 I I I2 I5 I8 F 7 Nl I!! Til 22 23 25 20 29 IN! .rl s 4 Sister Mary Ruth, Mode-mtor of Mountain Chimes, and Kathleen O,Connor, Editor-in-Chief , are they have met their de-adlinv. phrased All 1- XXX 74mg tor, skillfull I I I L fi ld, Art Edi Pamela NI slashed her clocks. 3- -4094 hu-...A Mm -A Z-1 ,. E Eg , - ,sf .,:, - fx - 1' ,N -'.. if 5 . iw J f 2 K 3' h K... X' S I-an C ella 'md Roberta wed a Business staff members sho :een interest. They are Patricia Doyle, Shirley Zimmer, Mary Ann Miller, and Ruth Venes. Ara Rubenstein, Business gerg Petrunclla Koster, As- Business Manage-rg and nt Catherine Kervick pre- he ad section for the printer. 63 Rita ass . . A Catino joyfully aided the photograph:-r. Marilyn Skelly faithfull stamped thc Mountain Chimes pictures. 0 i r 9 xv ,f ff ,- 1 I' f , ig 51 f 'gn-up H -, . g ,kg I : 3 L ,uv- w W vw' .1 ff" .WV Q -i""'lsKA--IWW' M M 'a A f , f- I, ,,,, . . 5, Helen Mulcahy a nd Brenda Stahile eagerly pack wt A wr ,M ,Fu :- ga 4, K1 - 5 l1'Il'iN!1111n1111.1Ilfl7a1mlI11'E1 . "7 ,, ,rf A Mxureen Cronin Mrs C A Burke Mrs Hemer Ind Mrs M P Cronin enloy a gxme of pmochle Rita Caisse-lla and her mother admire the lovely furniture display at Koos Brothers, Ling -H, .Q 'vw """v-w-..,.., .,.,y,m Mary Lou Hunt makes sure everything is running smoothly. 68 M, vm a Basalo 'asks Dr Rubenstem lf he IS emoymg h1mse1f Bwrbara and Betsy entertain Mrs. C Cwhbro 'md Mrs. D. Valvano. M , N. ., , Q, 'wg A A i " , 'F 'A' 4,4256 ill, M BT "' 3 H6 n if W + Kwgikm, may 5 ia e egg JU 43 if . HZ ig 'Kr i X, A V My -, ,, Wig, 1- 5' X wmxgfnm ,ll W1 4 FQ, ev M 5' ,W- Q24 in. 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Huw, N ,www ---I if h-my hvvr WIN-- Monsignor Mildura points' nut to somv of tht- girls how much he enjoyed Mrs. Lillian Rnlph's pvrformalncv. Mrs. Lillian Ralph, a dramatic xnonologist, performed for Sister Mary LL-tmurd on hor Feast Day. 74 The svnior girls look ovvr the program lwfurc the t-ntvrtuinnwnt. Sm Carol Pelle-grins asks the artist for her autoi i ,F .F . i i J' . -nr . Q My-. S h f'Wv:'- iw 4 K... ' , ig ,.., , ...,,.. , 21 ' ,.,. ,..,,, , 'A ' 3 , f J f gem! ZW On the evening of November 6, Sisters and stu- dents of the Academy gathered in the parlor to honor Sister Mary Leonard on her Feast Day. Mrs. Lillian Ralph, a dramatic monologist, presented a delightful program of varied entertainment, includ- ing light reading, sketches, and humorous selections. Mrs. Ralph also presented several of her own compositions and also a few scenes from Shakes- Reverend Mother Mary Patrick, Sister Mary Leonard, and Mother Mary Aloysia listen attentively to the performance. peare. Everyone was delighted by Mrs. Balphis in- terpretations, and many encores were requested. We were all very happy that Sister Mary Leonard enjoyed the program as much as We did. Our guest of honor, Sister Mary Leonard, expresses hcr gratitude. group of the senior girls discuss the program. Mrs. Lillian Ralph talks with a few of the Academy girls after the performance. 75 h rr' 1 K' f Wan. 5 W, ,,..-0 W vw K n 1 S, , v-'H' E Q A 16.11 . 4 5 if v M- ,gi 5 , 142, r ,,,X,V if k K' ,f as ag w ,, + I I-' The proud parents listen with admiration as the carolers sing. Carols in the Foyer One of our fondest memories of the Mount is the yearly Christmas Caroling. In white gowns, with sprigs of holly in our hair, and carrying lighted candles, we thoughtfully descended the main stairs and took our places in the foyer. One after another we sang well-known and loved verses and with each carol We seemed to have a little more of the Christmas spirit. As the echo of the final note died away, there was a deep regret that we had sung our last Christmas Carol at the Mount. That yearly event had taken a lasting place in our memories along with the tall gaily decorated Christmas tree and the tiny Babe in the straw at its foot. Wwe Strains of "Silent Nightv drift through the corridors as the girls take their places in the foyer. flV""' Mr Koster an Petrunellu admire the Christmas decorations on the tree in the foyer. W. r kj, I d X if M Mrs. Frank Wall and Marcella admire the Christmas crib 1 r. and Mrs. C. Wolff tell Colleen W ow much they enjoyed the carols. A Wh K I ,V W Q. 1 ,gy S' is v N Wamew Gini Honora Klurmann accompanies the girls in their Christmas songs. Patricia Kenny plays for the next carol. r A group of freshmen are happy to wear their new white gowns. After the PL'I'f0l'lllLlllL't', Betty Ann Greeley receives the thanks from the members of the Catholic WVomen's Club. 80 The girls ure treated to iee cream. R D' I f'fl"W M P fvfiib ff' and 3 i F R Carols at Bonnie Bul Each year the M01 filled to overflowing wi true Christmas spirit never is it so strong and tiful as it is the night r carols at Bonnie Burns can see it in the faces if .K 15155 " my figs Kiki if ll we f , M5 I is fn 5 1 5 f gm, i '?i3?W we mv gy :msn -we 5 Q V aw -w - , .,,k 5 wg ., ... , Mx hm f, if. , W- ww A 5 ..-Q ug ffgi Ni uf, 'Mm N. si- HH fN'M"1,,""..wmu,Q QT as ag., Mx '.!, """f-fl ff' W fb WA Wi ' 'H 1 !s i 222211 1 x ..,,.....ff" Mr. and Mrs. R. Catino, with their daughter, Vickie, admire Rohvrta's hzuidwork in making hor costumv, -we 1 . ll .k,,Y av 41:49 .5 fy Kathleen O'Halloran and hvr daughter, Judith Ilenchan, ws-lr-mnv St. josvph, portrayed hy Barbara Rubenstein. Mr. and Mrs. I. Maloney and ll2l.llf.Ihll'I'5, Ann and Ellcn, congratulate Mary on the fine portrayal of ht-r part us the Nightingale. Jw M ,Q X ,M 3 , . V was W y 6, uf woke! l 1- - X, ., -amy ssl ram-Wm ,iw - " " MS ' f A.. if fa x J .. ,.J!' It takes Betsy O,Connor from South America to win a warm blanket. Gail Ashworth, Marilyn Skelly, Barbara Calabro, and joan Levins share in her joy. - r - 122' fzwfizwrzlx 9 'mi' fl x ' 2' "F 5. x . x gf, . 2, 'f l ' 1 f sf, ,' W 3 lf Q ' 1 - 4. K 4 X ' Ml, .X nag' . ' Y 4 3 4 . f K , s . 5 x 1 fx K5 f f, f 5 5 ' Yfx i 1 ' L' 1r':w X ,555 5. I X 4 ne. H 'f 3 'Yi y Ivan Gallughvr, Ioan Fomn, Susan y and Marcia Goddu wrap Chrisimns cookies. M6 Little- nnes enjoy Christmas. K4Hl'T6,S your gift," vc-hoes throughout thc- seventh and eighth grade classroom. 89 X z . W an f 2. ,Z . fi- .:., 'ik arf ...wmv-'A' .J , x FI x H f' r , .W I . 7 ,z-wA,JR, ":.m,-.xv -' ' Q 1' " , - 1-,wie-www- W -I -Q iifgffsff My - ,, , . 3555 , vs. I , u fu 'As fig, W ,gh we in A - A A Vx, - ' 'l 'fn . J V I K I W WW S fl A J 1:14 if 715,52 sgifg fag, ,LE 2-iq ww mf .- R m x N s ,J K ,XX x , .1 'Q ,, m' X ' Q XII ' f 'fl 1 ' J 'f ' Ei 1 I ff' 53 W V , pgs .- -M x 4 x 1 2 2 1 we 'www-1-MMV, a E iw 252152 gi .gs K await!-iidkwg LQ. 5 1 4 I M, Z. Mwrifa Theresa Gomez Ghdys ' W Tinoco Corina Mondolfi 'ind I their dates listen to the music of Nicky Forte and his band. W f M s , ,L 05, , f 1. if Y Yifjgga 9 , Wfw 5 is E12 is i ssis is i'?5g:?f i i s i i 4 gg 9111 gl 2 8 A! 91 gy E Us W Y W ' 5. fa ' "M x., is ,gf ', , ,ii . , E .Ql-s.. ,tw iose who came to the Valentine Mr. I. E. Holly, Mrs. D. A. Caruso, Mrs, J. E. Holly, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Maloney and Mrs. Bri-nin were ehaperones for the Valentine Dance. Valentine Dance With an excited Huttering of wings, the "Blue- birds of Happiness" descended once again on the Mount gym. The music, supplied by Nickie Forteis "Melody Makers," was just starting and many gay couples were already tripping the light fantastic. White hearts, red hearts, big hearts, and little hearts winked and nodded amid the other bright and festive decorations. At intermission time dancers and chaperones were greeted by gracious hostesses in the delight- ful refreshment room. Happy faces accompanied by frequent "ooh,s"' and "ah's,' assured the re- freshment committee that their task was well done. Patricia Hoch, assisted by Mary Theresa Farrell, jessica Dunn, and other members of the Sophomore class, supervised the plans and ar- rangements which made the affair a success. lust as all good things must come to an end, the last strains of "Goodnight, Sweethearti' faded away and the happy thoughts of a wonderful evening were tucked away for all time. Dance certainly enjoyed themselves. 93 1 I kai, 121 .. mm.f-:as-fslw12i la' MW lla fitting part of the Feast of Saint Patrick, Mary Theresa ell and Alberta Donlan do a "bit" of an Irish jig. Betty Ann Greeley examines Bienchi Gerardincfs sworfl. 95 Katherine Lamprecht presents Reverend Mother Mary Patrick with a portable sewing machine as a Feast Day gift. k L K Mary Theresa Farrell, Catherine Kervick, Shirley Zimmer, and Ruth Venes congratulate Reverend Mother on her Feast. 4 WJ' ?"s.f 0 00' Q" l"'s ff? 1 W ,jsmfv :W L.5,f7-Zami f ' 2? wg:-f ,K V ww L.. 1' 1' it ,I W 4, 4 ,f QS, 5, .. if A 4 , ,J fi ww? . . Q1 57251 xx 'ff wifi . w R if f fr Q9 A . , , 4 m, -. , Mr. Francis L. Zavuglin enthusiastic-ally Conducts thc' choral mnnhz-rs. Iluxmuu. ima a Klarmann enjoys her on of Franz Liszt's sodie Ilongroise VI." "Romeo and Iulivt Overture" by P. Tsuhaikowsky is now a part of Patricia Kennfs oxtcnsive rcpvrtoire. V .. .A ,'3,r3yM N Lw gg, 255552 'X N-ug. -MM, ,....vm....,.,-,mt .,,. F me ,W W - ,, f W., Q: km, f- yi ,, . 35 K 5 ' , mgfflfss, ,L J . x 2 A '- -as M gifyh gs, f1Zf,ggfi', 1,,ifa1.5Zgfgg, EQ' f.,E.:-A ' Vsgif ' ?'lk,1iwi"v54 :v ., was aw? 1 Q q liizfiw w aes iii fa-ggi' l 5 ' S 'L ff ' ' ,Mi-Jwvvf l 7i,ig1iSri?'?Q Q .- ' 1 Q n fr .. ws' ii ef if 3 if I f" W,, Wp Z - 5 A,,VN: 5 X LN 1, . tif , : 5' , ,g k l , 5 m",2,, 5 'a'Yul:niA X if 9- 'wp- 1 L ,, A 5 'X if . JV , SQ. - ax , X 1 4 4 X x .R l , 0 ' . K Ju, ,I Q I, at S , I . 1 , P , , ..- . , V. ,ff v 'L' 4 r K - 9 ' , -, .,V i K , V rol Pellegrine, Elaine Pellegrino, and Clara Baumgartner. Judith and Anne Henchan 108 Mary Ann Moyer. Eileen O,Bricn, Mary Silva and Elaine Pellegrino. ima 'il' Ilfs . la QQ E9 K 1 9' ji id, 1 I L? gkzwitl , ,gi W... 1 1 N ,wav Mtg. w, I WW My ,Q .57 WL' I 'aww 52?. wm.. 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L1 Wawlllq Wwe 'K 'Ga 5 l if i - E X Pamela Mansfield, second only to Captain 'S Bienchi Gerardino as high scorer, makes ff' another two points. .if .Q A xx , f 1' ",-L 5 W: ,A vi X - vw fv 1 'Q 5 .Wav 5 : AUC6 'Cum B A3 M W, ': " :' ill, fx:-M 4 W 1, A k , ,gsm . ,. , ,,., F'Zi1i!ffZ?iif,5SY' gmlvz I QQ.w,Mggg5W14f f fyzsgwwl: 3, ' ' gg-Hera, L5 , l f S39 L , " Q A M lrg Ire t Cheplga Mlru 1 C oddu B xrbara Crow ley Az'.",z"1l,z"', amd Susan Holly regnster varied emotions as a fast blll sh s thrcu h Q u 7 Never failing to show up fur Mr. YVardlaw,s Friday night praetiee are Mary john Stew- art, Mary Helen Heed, Virginia Donaldson, Mary Lou Hunt, Indy Saunders, and Pamela Mansfield. The seniors are happy that they won the trophy. The team con- sists of Rosemary Condon, Maureen Cronin, Lois Engel, Kathleen O'Hall0ran, Ilonnra Klarmann, Phyllis Loehs, Graeiela Riquezs-s,' Audrey Renter, Katherine Lamprecht and Gail Ashworth. ng: 1 W, .L . MXN-f ,f- ZW 5 w 'ff k . N :W ww, ywwfww' , W , ffmumr KATHLEEN CYCOXNOR Ifflitor-in-Chief Very Rev. Msgr. Murtin A. Mucluru Rev. joseph Driseoll Rev. Donald E. Hickey Rev. E. G. Cuuei Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. E. H. Asliwortli C. Basulo C. A. Cululuo R. A. Czissellzi R. A. Cutino G. F. Condon F. I. Cronin R. Cruz H B. Duyeoek 1. M. Doyle ll A. Dunn '1' 1".Engel and Mrs. F. S. Farley . O. A. Frederiekson and Mrs. F. Cerurrlino and Mrs. 1. Greeley C. P. Hiteliens, jr. and Mrs. V. L. Hunt OTTOLEE FREDERICKSON A.szs-i sta ri t E d i I 0 r Qaa wma Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kenny Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Kerviek Mr. and Mrs. XV. Koster Mr. and Mrs. 1. F. Klarmann Mr. and Mrs. I. Lampreelit Mrs. ll. P. Levins Mrs. M. Loelis Mr. and Mrs. F. Lopns Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mansfield L. Mesaros C. B. Miller C. A. O,Connor J. J. O'Connor WV1n. P. O'Hallorar N. P. Procassini L. J. Reuter E. Riquezes C. S. Rubenstein J. J. Skelly 3 118 Um Ummm Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs A. Toro R. I. Tuthill F. C. Venes F. P. NVall C. A. Wolff N. A. Falcone I. Kane I. Kroll XV. Lubeck F. I. Noll E. Pellegrine D. VV. Reed J. F. Seiler J. Carotenuto VVm. Conway A. Kisonalc W. I. Ledden J. A. Maloney C. Tinoco NV. Crowley BARBARA RUBENSTEIN Business Manager Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mulcahy Mr. and Mrs. S. NVilliarns Miss Theresa Costello Miss Ellen Cuzzardi 119 Mr Mr Mr Mr. Mr. Miss Rebecca Pardo Mrs. F. G. Brunner Miss Martha Ann Condon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lorton Mr. T. j. Mullen Mrs. C. F. Miner Mr. J. B. Reilly Miss E. D. Zeilenbach J. Mehlcnbeck jewelry Store Ben Statlerls Mcnls Apparel Plainfield Banana Co. Lion's Capezio Shoes Salesmen of VValter Kostcr and Mrs. M. Eganey, Sr. P. R. Runfolo, and Mrs. 1. B. Lyons . and Mrs. S. Stanlcy . and Mrs. Carlos Franco PETRUNELLA KOSTER Assistant Business Manager BEST WISHES The F athers' Club Mount St. Mary's Academy T Q .11 Q 'Vt nr' ' Q 1 JHKS . g ' ,-i Qiizf' Q f 5 .4 1 . Snr X. . , , f w' 4 'V x f I W lk I 45' , Az, .x -f Q . 14-4 V - Q:- ., -- - - .5 g +A fx f' ' 3 1 wr, ' 'A 4 A, 1 1. ju , xy r -I. Q, r ' r , ' f x . -4' 5 9.4 .t .Y It v . I :SR , 1 . . . ., Ji! E. Q X. 4, cy, wr, - ,w T: -. L:-f I ' v f-L ,, x -,L .-gym 1, -t-' Lt . 3 - 4-' m.w.1?Xii-5 - v H.. ,QE ix..-5 5-5144 N 'fl 3.4544 r 7 j Q LP- 1' ..v5,5?jr:.'2v- ' -K, . , -', .ff f. . f '37-Z 3 5 A .11 -1593? . . . ,. i . af- .5 -, 'sf if Ag' 1. 4 Q ,HA .. 'X 131- L- -4 ,. 3 -.le ag an ,. 5 "-A 2-9' A ,gf ff ,P V gr fx :gl ifa' . 1,15 fi- -w ' '-13? are S fm W :J .f- , . -- . . hm, A 5 . , ,.-.- ' fl?-1 A V'-' Q A -, at 22- - fy' '- 4 33 rw- - - f-Y? , uk .A 5, .jr ,, 2 5, 'Q If 4 H ' . , ' , 3 75+ Q' 31' K 1 , 0 '4 -1' . dy v . 5 -'S ' -5 5 2:54, vas, Q, ,ws ' L13 ja ,--5 1 ' 323 7 7:39 'li' ' 'gg' Q,-.K di I ' au . ,Q 1-:lftfy 'I.l?x,, 5 12:57 ,e ,w ,Vg if- Zgf- 1 " J .f -' ' ' L -' Aq- 5, ,,, gg. t. Q A . .- : Lua 5 Fa.- M " - was you, the class of '53 are 5 VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE . . . whom we look forward to serving now and in the future just as we have served your great grand-parents, your grand-parents, your fathers and mothers in the past 121 PLAINFIELD, N. J FAnwood 2-7726 SNUFFY'S STEAK HOUSE sTEAKs - LOBSTERS - SEA Eooo - CHICKEN Ralph Williamson at the Hammond Organ 6 P.M. to Closing PARK 8- MOUNTAIN AVENUES SCOTCH PLAINS, N. J. Compliments of GREGORY'S MUSIC CENTER 330 West Front Street Plainfield, N. J PLainfieId 6-8549 PLainfieId 6-0820 TAYLOR'S J EWELRY STORE IIS PARK AVENUE PLAINFIELD, N. J. DRIER'S PLAINFlELD'S LEADING SPORTING GOODS STORE 215 West Front Street Plainfield, N. J Congratulations to the Graduates LOUIS MUNCH FAMILY WEstfieId 2-3332 MOUNTAINSIDE DRUG CO. 899 Mountain Avenue Mountainside, N. J FAnwood 2-7I64 George Estelle, Prop. ESTELLE'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE CARBURETOR and IGNITION SPECIALISTS We Call For and Deliver FRONT STREET at TERRILL ROAD SCOTCH PLAINS, N. J, Congratulations to the Class of 1953 THE MOREL GIRLS MARY - 1941 ANN - 1949 CAROL - 1951 ,ff I, 4 Z , if ? 9 32 'l f T1 A ,, ,W f 4 9, X ig' 4? r " 41 , 1 1 X -V fl 4 By, 4 v 4 5 win W4 J, f me , 5' ef. i M .gf sx.,y ik 7 4 1 J W 'S m 3 X Q A ,ggi 5 ,if lg -11-lf. 1. H asf, P, , f 5 2,52 xg Yi 2 5,3 Y. 'I' 1" J ,it , ., i. ,p S I . v M M if ', 'zfgyz ,ll 'AI S52 nhl ' 34154 N u 4 f ,wu- ' f! 1 :, R, gl Siva: -""ws If-' ' J' ..: L 1 V Y, . V 2 'C ff vi' ,, s af? is fvlklzg mf -Lf CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1953 MR. JOSEPH LAMPRECHT COMPLIMENTS OF CLAIRE WILLIAMS "CLOTHES WITH A FLAIR" 207 PARK AVENUE PLAINFIELD, N. J COMPLIMENTS OF TOBIN and PETERSON, INC. PLAINFIELD, N. J. PL.ainfieId '6-OIOO--Other Towns WX - 2100 KNO TOIII G. O. KELLER'S CLEANERS, DYERS, RUG CLEANERS, COLD STORAGE Corner South and LeIand,Avenues--Corner Randolph Rd. and Arlington Ave. I27 PARK AVENUE PLAINFIELD, N. J. I24 Aa CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS Dr. and Mrs. C .Z Rubensfefh 6- Famflv 25 PLainfieId 6-0222 RICHARD T. BUESCHEL PLainfieId 6-6489 AGENCY, INC. GARVEY PARCEL SERVICE Distinctive Insurance Service "Service That Satisfies" I I7 North Avenue Plainfield, N. J. DOROTHY GARVEY DANIEL GARVEY THOMPSON TYPEWRITERS, INC. VILLAGE SERVICE STATION SALES - RENTAL - SERVICE Factory Representative Royal Typewriters and Victor Adder GARFIELD 8- SECOND STREETS 187 North Avenue Plainfield, N. J. PLAINFIEI-D, N. J, ELizabetI'1 2-395I Compliments of TI-IE NATIONAL BANK C A BURKE OF WESTFIELD Wholesale The F"e'1'f"Y Bank of the UCC" TOBACCO - CIGARETTES - CIGARS - CANDIES Member Federal Deposit Insurance I77 E. Broad Street Westfield, N. J. IO First Street Elizabeth I, N. J. Compliments Of BROOK I.IOuOIz STORE WEstfieId 2-0583 GILMAN Cr HOROWITZ COMMERICIAI. B SOCIAL STATIONERY 35 Elm Street Westfield, N. J. O'Connor's Markets CHOICE MEATS . . . FANCY GROCERIES FROSTED FOODS PLAINFIELD FANWOOD a n d BERKLEY HEIGHTS, NEW JERSEY FRED NAEF 47 OAKLAND PLACE SUMMIT, N. J. NAEF BUILDERS, Inc. JAMES' GREELEY 173 SUMMIT ROAD UNION, N. J 127 COMPLIMENTS FROM Maquinarias Mendoza f C. A. CARACAS -- VEN EZUELA UNlonvlIIe 2-1030 514805116 FURNITURE 60. GEORGE SABOSIK, Prop. LZDGXJ 927 STUYVESANT AVENUE UNION, NEW JERSEY THE FOSTERS Office Telephone: ELizabeth 2-4801 ZILAHY fr SON CLEANERS 81 DYERS All Work Done on Premises 1330 North Broad Street Hillside. N- -l- ELizabeth 3-9732 A. SPIRITO, Prop SPIRlTO'S TAVERN SPAGHETTI COOKED TO ORDER PIZZA lltalian Tomato Pieb Home Made Ravioli - Sausage Sandwiches 714 Third Avenue Elizabeth, N. J SAMUEL BERENSON 309 South Avenue Westfiel Compliments of O'BRIEN'S MARKET d, N. J. Phone 6-5820 F A U C E T T ' S Courtesy of CLEANERS - LAUNDERERS H I G G I N S Cold Storage "Home for Funerals" 326 Leland Avenue Plainfield, N. J. 209 West Eighth Street Plainfield, N. J Compliments of DE LUXE DINER, INC. UNION, NEW JERSEY fAt the Center? Compliments of DR. and MRS. F. A. STABILE 130 THE VERY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY FUTURE TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1953 WALTER KOSTER REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE WEstfieId 2-5800 PEMBROOK ROAD G ROUTE 29 MOUNTAINSIDE, N. J MArket 2- I 200 Newark Glass Company GLASS - MIRRORS - PAINTS - FLAGS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Y 273-275 MARKET STREET NEWARK 5, N. J. 131 PLainfieId 6-8137 McGRATH'S BRIDAL SHOP Specializing in JUNIOR FORMALS 214 PARK AVENUE PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY PLainfieId 6-6363 G R U N I N G ' S FAMOUS ICE CREAM and CANDY 205 EAST Sth STREET PLAINFIELD, N. J. 403 BERCKMAN ST. PLAINFIELD, N. J. PHONE 6-4000 PLainfieId 5-1746 LOUIS E. SAFT PRESCRIPTION OPTICIAN 624 PARK AVENUE PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY 132 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS The Doyle Family Somerset Bus Co., Inc. ROUTE 29 MOUNTAINSIDE, NEW JERSEY fafhm A - 133 Complimenfs of Compliments of the CHESTNUT HILL MANOR Route 29 Union, N. J. F L A G S H I P Route 29 Union, wzsffaeid 2-0925 ROBERT TREAT RUBY'S SILVER SPUR RIDING STABLE Charles W. Ruby School of Horsemanship "Where Quality Reigns and Service Pours" New Providence Road 81 Summit Lane Westfield, New Jersey Mountainside, N. J. UNionviIIe 2-4700 MCCRACKEN TRETOLA'S RESTAURANT FUNERAL HOME and COCKTAIL BAR l5l4 Morris Avenue Union, N J Five points Union, N J MR. W. W. CURTIS 1222 N. Broad Street Hillside, N. J. Best Wishes To 'the Graduates N J BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1953 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. U'Cnnnur CARACAS, VENEZUELA, SOUTH AMERICA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES Mn and Mrs. Robert A. 640710 P. J. AIDALE MASON 8. BUILDER 1251 EAST FRONT STREET PLAINFIELD, N. J. GOODY MEAT MARKET PuRvEYoRs OF FINE MEATS as POULTRY 1091 STUYVESANT AVENUE IRVINGTON, N. J. PEMBROOK ESTATES, INC. Desirable Half-Acre Home Sights For Your Selection ANTHONY NARDONE JERRY SERZA President Treasurer PEMBROOK ROAD 8- ROUTE 29 MOUNTAINSIDE NEW JESEY BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '53 MR. and MRS. JOHN SWIATEK 136 BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES Mr. and Mrs. 101111 Kervic 2 CON TODO MI AMOR A MIS ADORADOS PADRES Y MUCHAS FELICIDADES A MIS COMPANERAS DEL MOUNT GRAC!ELA RlQUEZES 137 NORWALK VAULT COMPANY PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY MOUNT SAINT MARY'S ACADEMY CLASS RINGS Made by WILLIAM C. MARTIN 801 WALNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA 7, PA. HEADQUARTERS for your HAPPY TIMES! , We cordially invite the student body of Mt. St. Mary's to consult with our exper ,VJ N 1 X ienced staff in the planning of both under W B B 'le graduate and alumnae activities. ' I I If Stag' , - fi' ,Q P A R K H 0 T E L Q3 iI'i 7th STREET at ARLINGTON AVENUE Q A , 5 - 1 PLAINEIELD, NEW JERSEY CCNGRATULATIONS FROM MR. and MRS. C. BASALO and FAMILY 138 THE WARDLAW SCHOOL Specialists in College Preparation PLAINFIELD, NEW yERsEY WVith the exception of the nursery school, which is at 1038 Park Avenue, every department of the Wardlaw 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 building the physical equipment includes a large, sunny gymnasium, two athletic fields, four tennis courts, a little-boys' play field, an outdoor theatre, "Memorial Chapel," and much space devoted to shrubbery, flower beds, and lawns. If beauty of exterior surroundings is conducive to the interior growth of mind and soul, surely no other country day school in New Jersey is so fortunate in this respect as WVardlaw. A staff of twenty teachers administers the program. C. D. VVARDLAW, Headmaster 139 CONGRATULATIONS TO GRACIELA WEstfield 2-4300 CRanford 6-2300 AND HER CLASSMATES OF 1953 'i" "" I A FRIEND TOOL Cr DIE C0. JOSEPH HOEFELE, President 2Ol South Avenue Garwood, N. J. PE"fl"' Aml90Y 4-7870 ' 2283 SOuth Amboy 768 Residence: 514 INDUSTRIAL WELDING SUPPLY CO- VICTOR J. NORTON Distributors 276-8 Davidson Avenue Perth Amboy, N. J llo 50- BYOBCIWBY S0Ufl" Aml90Y. N- J- D. FRIEDLAND PAINTING CO. 832 Cleveland Avenue Elizabeth, N. J. Compliments of SUBURBAN CLEANERS Union Springfield ST. MORITZ on the PLAZA Delightful Dining Lake Mohawk, Sparta, N. J. Compliments of FRED L. BAUMEISTER Bound Brook New Jersey Compliments of uinn and Boden, Inc BOOK MANUFACTURERS Rahway, New Jersey MILK-NATURE'S MOST NEARLY PERFECT FOOD SUNRISE DAIRIES "THE VERY BEST" ROBERT J. HARTLAUB, Distributor STATE HIGHWAY 29 HILLSIDE, NEW JERSEY DENNIS J. VALVANO REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 6 WEST ELIZABETH AVENUE LINDEN, NEW JERSEY SAM S. SHUBERT FOUNDATION THOMAS J. PERKINS, PH.G. PERKINS PHARMACY UNION CENTER PHARMACY 1023 STUYVESANT AVENUE, Near Morris Avenue UNION, NEW JERSEY 142 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1953 MK and MRS HDFRICO 6fRv4RDlN0 rs BEST WISHES TO ALL STUDENTS, GRADUATING CLASS AND FACULTY AT 4 MOUNT ST. MARY'S ACADEMY 1 Freeholder Albert J. Benninger UNION COUNTY NEW JERSEY 143 CONGRATULATIONS TO BARBARA and her classmates JOAN RUBENSTEIN CHALEN CORPORATION 40I Park Avenue Linden, N UNION COUNTY PLATE GLASS COMPANY 617-6I9 ZIEGLER AVENUE BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '53 LINDEN, N. J. ffield 2-l 072 PLainfield 6-l I97 - 8 FRESH FISH DAILY C'Y5lal ' China ' G"eefl"'9 Cards "Every Fish That Swims in the Sea" E- Bf03Cl Sffeef -leYSeY Cifv lI5 Somerset Street Plainfield, N ELIZABETH COAL CO. COAL - FUEL DEALER OIL BURNERS ELIZABETH, N. J. FERD HOCH CO. LINOLEUM at FLOOR TILE Picture Framing - Painting 81 Decorating 77 W. Main Street Somerville, N DQQCRISTUFER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS OOK, NEW JERSEY SO O6 5 A LAKKE KARITAN lRON WORK.S', Inc. STEEL FABRICATORS - ERECTORS ELECTRIC WELDING 3 S SOU AMBO N J CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '53 F R O M MR. and MRS. CLAIR B. MILLER UNion 2-4969 WILLIAM F. BENTZ PAINTER - DECORATOR AND PAPERHANGER I584 PORTER ROAD UNION, N. J. J O H N F R A N K S MEN'S APPAREL WESTFIELD RIDGEWOOD PLAINFIELD COMPLIMENTS O F ART COLOR PRINTING COMPANY DUNELLEN NEW JERSEY 146 RAhway 7-0684 WEstfieId 2-1326 HORAN LUMBER G' COAL CO., BUILDING MATERIAL SPECIALISTS CENTRAL AVENUE AT L. V. R. R. CLARK TOWNSHIP, N. J. - UNionviIIe 2-4860-I -2 TRIANGLE TOOL CO. 2438 STATE HIGHWAY No. 29 UNION, N. J. SERVING SUBURBAN NEW JERSEY'S YOUNG DEBUTANTES Laffzan 0 Qwly SUMMIT WESTFIELD SPRING LAKE DAVIS WHITE CO. PURVEYORS OF TOP QUALITY MEATS AND POULTRY 222 NORFOLK STREET NEWARK, N. J. 147 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS THE CALABRO FAMILY OUR VERY BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '53 Mary, Corirma, Gladys, Martha, Maria Victoria, and Marie Teresa 148 PLainfieId 6-5826 Konway Home Builders BUILDERS - DEVELOPERS BOX 388 METUCHEN, NEW JERSEY 149 FAnwood 2-7884 PLAINS HEATING CO., INC. John A. Nicodemus - Roy H. Kurre 2048 Highway 29 Scotch Plains, N. J. PLainfield 5-8819 Joseph Carotenuto, Prop. PARAMOUNT PIZZERIA Specializing in ITALIAN DISHES 6 Grove Street iopposite Sears Roebuckl Plainfield New Jersey TOPS DINER 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. Compliments of WARD G' MARSHALL, INC. Compliments of SUBURBAN TRUST COMPANY Member Fedef:' Deposit Insurance Corp. Westfield' Cranford Garwood I Scotch Plains- JOHN P. McMAHON REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 1338 Morris Avenue Union, N. J. Best Wishes to the Graduates CHARLOTTE and PHYLLIS WEsttield 2-2428 uQuoR SPIRITS, INC. Your Friendly Liquor Dealer-Call Us ' 307 V2-309 South Avenue Westfield, N. J 1 ,'7, '5i':Wj MEtucher1 6-1805 AMERILVIN F05 UUMPHNY CHARTER Buses COMPLIMENTS OF QUALITY MGTGRS 151 BOund Brook 9-2297 DUneIIen 2-8933 GREEN HILLS LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER - MILLWORK - MASON MATERIALS PAINTS - HARDWARE LINCOLN BOULEVARD MIDDLESEX, NEW JERSEY S C O T T , S ,L.L - - ., Qt.. L -Lf VARSITY WHITE BUCKS D f S I S 'DY """-ELI - I ' , SANDLER OF BOSTON I ,.,,,, 58.98 ELM a. GUIMBY STREETS WESTFIELD, N. I. - , V COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND SOmerviIIe 8-6581 JOHN KRIPCZAK REAL ESTATE AGENCY Homes - Business Opportunities - Acreage - Farms Mortgage Loans Arranged 246 NORTH 7th AVENUE MANVILLE, NEW JERSEY 152 WWW! Windmill Golf Driving Range Directly Opposite Mount Saint Mary's Academy FINEST IN EQUIPMENT Instructions, CARL ULMER, Prop. JOSEPH BICLEY, Manager "You Lace 'em, NVe Chase 'emi' 153 No Greater Compliment Could Be Paid Our Uniforms Than That They Are Being Worn BY THE STUDENTS OF MOUNT ST. MARY'S ACADEMY Eisenberg 6' O'l-lara Co 1315 Market Street Philadelphia Manufacturers of Parochial School Uniforms For Over a Quarter of a Century. 154 JOE DE CARO PHOTOGRAPHER COMPLIMENTS OF Moomrs TRUCKING COMPANY C g I h G d MR. AND MRS. R. CASSELLA ELizabeth 3-5627 MASON-EDWARDS D R E S S E S Styl th Fl H43 EAST JERSEY STREET ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY 155 Congratulations to our Classmates Gail, Estelle, Marion, Joan, Rosemarie, Carol, Marcella, and Colleen. Congratulations and Best Wishes To Our Classmates f r o m Marilyn, Luz Marina, and Maria Christina Congratulations to the Graduates MR. and MRS. JOHN R. EDDY Best Wishes To the Class of '53 C. A. DUNN'S ESSO STATION MArket 3-7512-3 MELON-KING JOSEPH A. MALONEY PLUMBING SPECIALTIES "You Can Depend On Maloney" Highway 29 Scotch Plains, N. J. I9-21-23 Amsterdam Street Newark 5 N J Congratulations and Best Wishes To Our Classmates BETSY AN D BARBARA Compliments of MR. G. MRS. S. M. JORDAN Compliments of Schmalz Dairy Products ESTABLISHED OVER 'I'IllR'I'Y-l"lVli YEARS For the Smile of Health . . . Drink Schmalz Homogenized Vitamin D Milk DIRECT FROM FARM TO YOU PLainficlcl 6-2277 ' Mlllington 7-0025 157 o The Gra uates MR. AND MRS. J. H. KENNY AND PATRICIA COMPLIMENTS OF THE cARuso CONSTRUCTION co., mc. 37 CENTER AVENUE ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS N J PL f Id6 4779 SCH ERER SIGN SERVICE DESIGNERS - BUILDERS C IS g N S g 121 MADISON AVENUE PLAINFIELD, N. J T h e FREDERICKSON FAMILY 158 BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES F R O M THESE HAPPY SCDPHCMORES JOY A HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL YEAR THE SCDDALITY CDEEICERS AND CCMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 1952-53 For the best in . . . LUMBER - MASONS' MATERIALS MILLWORK - KITCHEN CABINETS - OVERHEAD TYPE DooRS BUILDERS' HARDWARE - PAINTS POWER Too1.s AND ACCESSORIES GARDEN SUPPLIES PLainfieId 6-1776 J. 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