Mount St Marys Academy - Mercycrest Yearbook (Fall River, MA)

 - Class of 1956

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MARY ACADEMY FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS PRESENTS lMERCYCREST hllvr-nr: 1956 qgjwocx-Q-311-g,wo-"f-6 Q0 .nv-pt?-4-0--,.., .. HIS EXCELLENCY. THE MOST REVEREND JAMES L. CONNOLLY. D.Sc.H. His Excellency. the Most Reverend James L. Connolly. D.SC.H.. as the Bishop of Fall River. has shown sincere interest in all things pertaining to Youth and Educa- tion. The Annual Vocation Day Mass is an important part of our school. Here the Bishop speaks to the assembled high school students, urging serious consideration of the three vocations in life. Our Bishop honors us each year by presiding at our graduation exercises. His encouraging regard for every step of our educational progress has endeared him In US. May Cod grant him many more years as leader of the flock entrusted to his care in the Diocese of Fall River! I FALL EVER RIGHT REVEREND JAMES J. GERRARD, V.C. We, the graduates of 1956, Mt. St. Mary Academy. learned to know and to appreciate Monsignor James J. Gerrard. V.G., in our freshman year through the Sodality meetings. Our regard for him increased as each scholastic year passed. In our senior year. however, this reverent esteem was deepened through his inspiring instructions each week. a cherished privilege we enjoyed! Individually we have been assisted by his kindness and expert guidance whenever this need arose. The principles that Monsignor Gerrard has set hefore us will he the stimulating influence for us in future years to remember our Catholic training and to live up to its ideals. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Father Gorman, our diocesan superintendent of schools. holds a respected place in our minds because of his increasing endeavor for Christian Education. Father Gorman has evinced his interest in our academy by his presence at many of our high school functions. The class of '56 wishes to express its sincere appreciation at this time. lifts-...mf THE REVEREND EDWARD J. GORMAN. A.lVI. Diocesan Superintendent of Schools MOTHER PROVINCIAL ,NAM wr , .,.,..ww1'llv-. NIOTHICH NIAHY CATHICHINIQ. H,S.M. Mother Prm'inf-ial of thc- Sisters of fwvirgx of the i'1'm'i1ivc uf I,1'flXiIiCllfjP We, the class of 1956. Mount Saint Mary Academy. respectfully wish lim greet th Mother Provincial of the Sisters of Herr-3. SISTER MARY CARMELA, R.S.M.. A.M. DEDICATION It is with justifiable pride that the class of 1956 dedicates its yearbook to our zealous principal, Sister Mary Carniela. R.S.M. We act as spokesrnen for all the classes of Mt. St. Mary. past and present. when we say with sincere and heartful thought-thank you. Sister. Thank you for your ever-present personal interest in us. for your untiring regard for our spiritual. academic and social well-being. We know you wish all the good things in life for us. We, in our turn sincerely wish you many more years of successful work filled with the blessings of Almighty God. C+ In future years. may this yearbook serve as a grateful remembrance from those of us who have cause to remember you always. Sr. Mary Carmela as she diligently begins her daily work. MRS. EDWARD A. SWEENEY. SCHOOL NURSE Each Vvednesday morning finds Mrs. Sweeney. our school nurse. caring for the physical neecls of the Mount girls. Whetlrer it he a headache or a cold. Mrs. Sweeney attends to us at all times. We thank you. Mrs. Sweeney. for your efficient and consider- ate aid. Here Mrs. Sweeney shows Patricia Cowell and Elizabeth Costa their health records. SISTER MARY STANISLALTS. RSM. Patience. calmness. cffieiemfy-'all thc-se are per'- soniliefl in the person of Sister Mary Stanislaus. Il.S.M.. our vapahle treasurer at Mount Saint Mary Avaclenry. Sister Mary Stanislaus is ever gracious whether there are hills lo pay or a pocket to he sewn on a uniform. We shall always remember Sister Mary Stanislaus as the quiet. clignifierl treasurer of our school. SISTICII Nl. CI'fl,III.IA. li.5.Nl. SISTICR NIXHY FIDFLIS. H.5.M.. yX.Ii. Smlpvriwr 'EPM' haw' ww' 4 ,,gl10""' SISTER NIXIIY Xl,H!CH'lQX. HHKI.. NIA. SISTICH NIXRN HOSE. RANT.. NIA. SISTER NIMH DIUNYSIA. R.S.M.. AB y 1 , unmfvmrwgn STECH XI, l'lAUliJX. R.S:lNI.. NIS. SISTER MARIE. RSM. SISTER M. DENISITA. R.S.M.. B.S 917, , I 'f 0' ev, P N ...gy SISTER MARY LLERARD. RSM. SISTER M XRS XICIIHN X. II,S,'xI,, 'XI X 'M' wb, My -f M, ,, SISTER MARY IRENE. R.S,M,. MA. SISTER MARY CHARLES FRANCIS. MISS ILII VI. I, XI-IILR. Af' Q 6 1"i? ' fb 'S XP- , I Q 'au W Hx I1 nl I',lIlII'LIIlllII Inxtruwtwr R.S.M,. Hb. '17 N 'z gf? 5 PM Q MRS. DANIEL I. KELLY. JR. ATTORNEY WM. R. SIII,l,IYpXY. MR. XRTIII R I' Xt-bl LI II,. Iv.'NIuN.. Dramatic Coach LLB.. Debating Cnuvh 01-4-In-Ntm I u Imt r ,rm- V M-T ,Q . ,, , 3 4.71, I ,,, Q 4. Yr-. .1.,.g , , fu., SYLVIA MITHEHS 4. I.. NATALIE COSTA ELIZABETH Josriv HIGH T FRANCES FINNERAN Nw. 1. COHNELIA MOORE 'HQ MARY LOU MURRAY .I In ii? ROSEMARY DRISLAN ROSEMARIE SILVIA .l E A N N E'I'T If FO N 'If-Xl N F TONES L w y ' V QL r VW' . Q". -5 ' . LAROI, CHOlxI,TOfX 'I NIHII II XXX UIIHIIN I XI I Xl I I XIxI I Sfwrfftllfrx I I If XI I III IUNI I II Iirv l'rc'.xi4ff'11! 7'Rf'f.f'ISI"RER l'r:'.s1'1le'r1f A Y, Collins. A. KI. Cobra, M. Costa. E. Hurllcy. J. Heil:-iron, C. Wolowir-C. ll. Hospod. P. O'llrie-rig S. llrickhill. N. Coyne-. V. Howarth. li. Bram-y. K. llonoxan. lilavk. Xl. Cruflvlv. Nl. Wliulon, C. Nowak. M. Castanho: K. Riley. Nl. Pi-arson. H. Dali-y. P. NICCW. A. NI. lloolun. ifoata. lf. Cuay. D. Turcottv. hh" ha. W-0" KTJ49- 'S-f ug I' 'UU' N f . iq U o ' as i' M N L -2-'xiii' One of tht mont i-zijoywl groups at thv Nlount is the Clvc Cluh. ffonipriwil of ahout ww-:ity voice-5. it is re-nowni-tl throughout thi- vity and many -urrouncling art-ah. for ith won- dvrful f-ntvrtziining qiralitii-5. Thi- girln willingly pr'zu'ticv ilur- ing thi- ru-ilk unile-r thi- wlirvction of Sim-r Xlary Cahrivlla. H.S.lVl.. with Sixtr-r Nlary Fiilwlix. R.S.Nl.. the-ir moilf-rator. Each ywrr ai Chriftinua Cantata and a Spring Convert arf' prvsvntwl aft:-r many wlivursulx. Une- of thi- highlightg of th.- yf-ar ie alle-mling the' Nlufit' Fwtival in thc spring. At this timv tha- group li ratoml. Vi-ry proudly we- hoaft of tliiQ group who limi- rf-rifiw-rl Supvrior Rating at those- Festivals. During thi- yi-ur Ihr' girlk wry willingly giw up the-ir frm- time- to cliff:-r pf-oplv at the' various honiw anil hospituln with thvir xinging. Thr' group is uskml to sing at many asv-irililii-N unil rcligiou- iiiwftiiigs. W0 arf- incl:-ml grutvlul to Sifti-r Nlary fluhrivlla. RSM.. F.'l'.l'I.l... who mort tirvli-fxly traine-ml our Glu- Cluh. Without Complaint anrl always with a fmilv. Sixti-r 1-ffii-if-ntly tlirwts our fongstors to pvrlc-vtion, Xlary Lomax. tlw Clfw Cluh acconipu Ftisi. LET ALL M ulic' Lfofta. our svnior soloist. a y lwautilul xoit't'. 'lu Yhtz rnnff ,King 3 . X 7' nf 4 . U I 1 I x I I i I u I f no-. 'QQ 4 .pun 5 ww fu r- Only through perfect co-operation can we attain complete harmony. for this group is composed of rep- resentatives from all the classes. The practice sessions are devoted to the study of various Sorts of music. from the classics to the American lVIodern. With the firm organization ol this year. the seasons to come will he greatly aided. Sister Mary Verona. R.9.M.. lVl.A.. has heen our instructor and guide throughout our four years. With Sisterls understanding and pa- tience. she has enahled the orchestra to heconie what it is. At this time. we would like to express our grati- tude to you. Sister. for increasing our knowledge of music and for making our days at the Mount such memorable ones. SAY IT Orchestra members are-: M. L. Murray, R. Nlagano. L. Silvan. Q i Moore, NI. Moore. C. Marlin. NI. Mersey. NI. Fazio. H. Carreir I.. Manchester. J. Sylxia. A. Cravance. J. Costa. NI, Newton. E Price, WITH MUSIC S 5 5 I I gn, in 1 f 1 , , g .Q , lgsiqsgyp ' . ' 1' .4 ., ,sv ,K I , L ,B 'I ax A. - lit. . I x 0 +5 Q --' ,ruff "S ,'. 'N f' r Y N 4 fy, x .,x- ., -- W A?-",fff4'1"7' .4 ,wr 4, AIM: , ,.4fw?V2vLffE? N531 ff. 5' , , ,flu fx 5 3'-'. 1. I - , -ww" . : X ,,,wf,,ff If, U1 wa ,- - ' , " V w Vw"5 ' ,A H i nf f - y .11n,g,," L J 'M Nw r- 'mf' ff- I-'A "'ff'1,-.I , 5,fj5'2:JPf1Qf,S" 'f - ,f??j.f'x"5 ' . Q 3 , -f- ' mgjf, 3. M' 5 - 3 V H ,Hgh VV, as , M , 447 3, 0 s 343 ' I K l e b en a part of one of the most We, the seniors, are very proud to iav e- beautiful and inspiring Cantatas that Blount Saint Mary Academy has ever presented. Traditionally. this Cantata was divided into two sections. The first was comprised of a ferie-N of numbers by the Clee Club. The audi:-nee ' ' " - ' l Cl uf' waf fungi magnificently rose to their feet as Handel N Hallxlujai tor by the girls."None of this would have been possible without the direction and training of Sister Mary Gabriella. R.S.3l.. F.T.CI.I... Sister Klary Fitic-lla. R.S.fXI.. BS.. moderator, und Mira NI a u r e e n tlhippc-ndalf-, BJI.. guest conductor. WRWQU. KWH? ZFQUY. -J vvzpxnygi I Y L I., ,,?1VtV,,f, I A M L ' ' . I ' 56 , A T' vw: f . l ' ' , f ra- 'Q f l 1 - 5 Q I 1 f . 4 9 1 'N f .' .V ' " I' 4 I I ' ' ffl - , - 1 T ,ab 'X ,' bla' 1, 155-qu ,, U ' ' ' I fi-'Q-Q, .I 1 Q.Qj,g+?'. lic!!-1'i " 'T 'su - s"'i +:Qf3"7""'?'-"' 4 'Mal' n . ,.uhMAiu-'Li vgpibzg.. ':cQu.Jg....3,, TATA Ther musical portion was Cfmiplvnif-ntml hy our inmmparahlc' acaclviny orchestra under the ahh- dire-ation uf Sista-r Mary Ve-rona, RSJI.. AAI., and Mr. Arthur Paquettv. HM. It play:-tl a nn-tlh-y of Christina- rarols antl other selecte-d numbers. Evr-ryonv was thrill:-tl tu he-ar both thf- urrhe-itra anfl glen vluh perform as a unit fur tht- first time- The "Cantata of the Nativity," the dramatic portion, was directed b Y Sister IN .I ' lary Nercy, HE., who with ke-f-n vnthusiasm and pro- R.b.fNI.. ff-wiunal technique mould- Vll f nur vfffvrt- into a fin- i-ht-fl am I inspirational pwfrrriilarit-1-. Thf- t-nlurful, appropri- utf' vw-tutiivs wvrf' df'- -tgnf-tl hy Siftf-r Marie, Hfjl. wiv, lllr- Flase of '56, wish to vxpress our gratitufle- to f-ve-ryonv who ho-lpvtl tu mal-:P our can- tata -rw mvniurahlf-. . atilwaram-f' uf lb" 3 xt x lt p in Tl 4 d Nlanning. fl , 5 q"f +tf ,f 4 qidwz-et.-A 5 'Y V A -51:25 f 3, 4 fi lgit S5 .,,, .- . t X. 8 51 .qv . J, p , 8? Q I V ' 'f 1" - a f, ti A -5 'ai ,gf l i 4 : " r, . Q ig.: , V ,X gf y Q X gy!! 1 .ji X 3,55 313' Iwi "WL T rf fi' lj: ifi, , " .fa ll g :ht phtrt .W The' lnlant is adored by ill' hm!" U and the angflf. ,qppuulffr "-'H' .,.-swf' , . X , J, , 1, 1 ' in ' 1 , -v Q. , ,llufltlt lllll lu' i - Etvlt' 'Xutlzi lf 1 lnnlvlpfx 1 tht, mn r HFEUDI ',FUSSI 'A D A-FIGHTI G" 1' Mty. Sullivan. Sister Xlary Flora. and Mary Silva. lunlrling new clehater. check over the schedule for the no-.io season. Suv' El"1'Y"U" 'WIUX f'l1:I'-V-svfl in lilat Xl1'flf'f"s elwecli. The nieinln-rs of the Cluh arf: Xl. llutlf-1. 11. llerulu-. lf. Hartley, F. Finneran. NI. Silva. C. Moore. M. lilarant. tl, Nluttiniore. and Sister Nfarv lflora. lnorlerator. THE DEBATING CLUB The Delwatingr Cluli has certainly proved to he one of the most StlffC'CSSfl1l clulis at the Mount. Everyone concerned has been tireless in her efforts to forge ahead to victory. This season the club was very af-tive in the Narragansett Debating League. The topic: Re- solved that all schools puljwlic. private. and parochial on a primary and secondary level he given federal aid. proved to be the most interesting: to us as students and future taxpayers. We participated in a deliate approximately every two weeks with a different school. It was a grand and glorious feeling to emerge victorious and a bit unnerving to admit defeat. However. the wins were in the majority. Atty. Wm. B. Sullivan. our coach, is a constant source of inspira- tion to us hoth from his wit and his vast knowledge. Sister Mary Flora. moderator. was ever there to perfect our deliveries and soothe our ruffled nerves. We know that the debating club will have many more successful seasons. the Thy.. Mr-. Danivl J. Ke-Ily. Hui' lIIl'Q'CiUI'. QW- iiwi' Nuiiii- plum with tlif- nifiwix: Fiuiiw-N Ifinnflran. Prviiilvrit: Iflvanoi' Ilurllf-x'. Yin- Prvxifie-ill: Suv- Haiilvy aiifl ,Mimi Fmiiwx. TI'4'HNlll'f'I'l Kufvinai'y Driilan, Scwvtaryg Nlurii-l Iiyruii, ffwi'r1-Rpuiiiliiig S4'f'I'f'ILiI'y. 'cTHERE,S BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS" ur naftvr Ilivalm-ii" party in rlii Littlf- Ilivatv-r grwup. Ifdwaril Pinwa Ft. Klarfs dramatic pmiluctiwns. 1 lilimiy. Wi- in-iw liappy Tw viitf-i'taiii ull if set-liiiiliii-i'. pi1ipf'rty man. and gf-iii-ral aid to Nluunt He-rv are thi- cuininitle-v hr-ails witliuut uliuiii xw wiilil nm plan a productiuii. KI. Nlunning. Prmliivliiiiiz I. Conn' Iightx C. Laiiilif-rt. Hospitality: I. Wi-lr . 'at Nlattiinure. Refrvsliiiiviitsg If. ghidvt. Piililiuily. nf Hur af V. ' Wall ' ., . N ' Ilmulf I 5 Wifi! I f. 1rlHf'HU1'kY It 'll talk IH ,N 11N is familiar Xn after lunc N the 2iLllllllPIA1lll11 - Xa? nd du M H , 'v nu X" -H WXWV W Q , fx,,n mvlww-n vlai fw ,TL .7 100 Y 'xgnw du A x - f Ymaumix TW' My 1 U' X cam ' X 1 t yu- ROCK AROU D I t' 3 N-Nllhl r . f1l71'0ffg 141, I ay. Iflwflh Xnua and limi? haw- ' 4'-hat with fl - , 2 N1 tzr XIIFN Allwrta, . 5 Thr- 8500 ann 12lr'a!i1.n. THE CLOCK WITH + THE SE 10115 I. r N ' H fl. TIN'-v' NHlHf's ,-.1-1' Q-If rf-A, 2, Earlv mornin?-3 bu gfflllllll HOOT- la 'X 1 i Wdswv - 'amlx' - . , , bm- gulx, nn L , . V, . .huml Rgmcm . . ,Iggy II.lI'lS-lk ..f in ur 3 :Xml here we are- hard at work nm-ll, -luflim can IDP tiring! Ibm Q thk .-Th? Lflngfyst Xtfalkv- up tht. xtd R 11' is A fr, , QSLW. ' MMU' 'nl -- 1 , b f yo J az., ri, ll8S4 5 o . Z f x f ' .Ita . fv f - 1 it ' lg lf l ' . 'n 'Yi 4 .5 5 4 RY A 5 l W! Q Q 'A jf, N If ' 1 35, f . , I 2' if 'P ,Ew .n . ' f .,jg 'y ,X WB ' ifyij-h'f.. - . 5 ' - '..ggL1, 1 X w TH'-Q' 'JE a- 4 A ' if If-v v- 'X x n 4 X ' igllf " , i X l "A4 5 , Q i i - A '74 wr, , ., ' N 'fx flllf' of thv mn-t avtiyf- anfl prog- iw-Qfiw Chili- at thf- Mount is thc- Cmiiiiwrcial. Thv girls new-r fail I0 haw a monthly me-citing. frvquf-ntly with sin-vial gin-fts. A ywrnlvrful lvuturv ul thi- Cluli ig the' way in uhivh juniurf and wvoim- lwtti-r uvqtiainta-tl. Ihr- rvally lui! c-yt-nt of the yvar ix thi- annual hanqut-I at whivh thi- fullmsing ywarl nlfir'f'1'f arv wtim-f-tl. rllhn- l'l2.iNN uf '56 wish tht- ifmiiiiif'1't'ia1l ffluli many morr- yvars nl Nllt'1't'NNfl,ll ups'raIi4nn. NWOMAN' WORLD" Sistf-r Mary Diunysia and Si-ter Xlary Yi-runa Clivvk film strips anfl mate-rial tu he usetl at the nrxt iii:-1-ting. Here they are-the proud new riftiiwrs of this year's Club. J. Potts. Presitlentg B. Joseph, Vice Pri--itlvntg l. Klorrisettv. Treas- urvrg J. Fontainfz Secretary: and C. Martin. Recording Secretary. Behinfl them are some of the many awards which the school has won during the past few war-. 3 x.. I' 5. l 1 -,...--ff.. ib? f 1 -wrinx. 1 aiffffw- , , . Svnifwr Latin students E. Hartley. ll. L. llurray. ll. Silvia. F. Finnvran. .X. 5111111-N. ll. Xlnim-, 31111 R. Driflan have 11151511-red Virgil at last. lfwrymifl agrw,-ml that it x1'af11'I a- hm! 11- ilu-1 tlwrlaliv. ROMAN HOLID Y The juniors and S. M. Rosv, R.S.3I.. pow with thu,-ir priile 11n1l jwy. Ihv .'X.l'.S.l.. l,411ln 'l'1'1111l1y. lt was awarded to us last year when L. Ewlf-Ili attaimml a Sllllllllil Vlllll l.:1111l'- in thfi ,X.l'.5,l.. exam. The class COIIlpTl5PS A, BI. llnolan. Nl. N1-wt1+11. Nl. Slllljlfqfvll. I.. lk-'lw1l1. l'. lif-111'1l11u1n. P. McGee. M. Silva. ll-I gn-..-f Till' sayin- in th.. min ,A mm. 3,141 jf-umm' ,.......,. or Jiinpixnnrix 'pl 1 . W I J I i fi .. I ar 'mid WV qivk li-gvllivrfr-lm ml bl ,- Cmnmisl 1 1 , i 1 .1 L, ' A - ,A.W,: : fQ1?f.y'5 3 ,X um ryzfz,-gi?-,gg ' ws? if .if Li a . Two 4iiff1'l'x'lll fum-Q bu! in lwlil plum-N -fFyliiu 111141 xiillll'f'f'Il We' think and we- uct as nm'-Mary and Tlivrvsa Silva. Sli.-a lian. we, .f..,, ' , -Q is 'Iiliwv nliifw- Xl'l'll u-. kmm that mn Ll thing van uvliie- iw- Many mi-n have triwl In -plit ui up but no one can- tw.-.-n 1lxmiXriii'XIn1-iv uni! Prix'-illu Pai,-lim-u. Doris uncl Uianv Lavoie-. iivux" H lull, qv llibhii . 5' riiarixi-Xnnvnh V . maxim Iwtm Hi illl' 4 . 1 Q ..iNl4'l' iiwlii UNI N' R.. 3 WM, mi- ami my ,. A1111 In-ah, "n h -I V wh., vmiux Ml m ' l' lil' :hr vim ' xx . ' ' an" Wlvia Hi, uh- ""' HN' and SISTERS J l n "Sift:-rr. Siftvrx. tlieirn- were ri:-wi' wuoli flewu-rl -ixtersu--f-,lean and Carol Cun- ns-ll. Never liacl to have a Chaperone: no fir-Cornelia aml Margaret Moore. 4 5 l 31 ig f I S 'g 22, -:H , - ff H ' H , f e - ' f i X , 2,55 i l i r 1 5 Sharing, Caring. every little thing that we are wearing-- Catherine and Mary Burgefs. She wore the clrefs and l btays-cl home-Natalie: and Jaeqliv- line Costa. 'kv Qgiii 1 " 5 iff' 'un l'm llien' to ki-vp my eye on lim' -,Kuna and Marilyn Soares. Xvllvll 3 wrlain im'i1lrnI lH'L'll1'l'l'll at lll'lIll""xll'illl anml Deanna Sylxia. . , YW ll l fy' W ti A M 1 A i leg 2 l' ll lx Li i l 1 l ' 3 . i l V 1 All liillrlx ul xwatlir-1' ll'-tty uml t.v-frgigi ,I--wpli. i P. Hicks, C. Gleeson and D. Overbury find Sister Mary Mercy, R.S.M., en- gaged in her usual occupation of li- brarian. The colorful displays which Sr. Mary Mercy has prepared have en- couraged us to plunge further into the limitless land of books. You have been invaluable to us in many ways. Sister. Thank you for helping us and giving I us an endless love of books. ' ,...-nu- arms an s-0".,.-pw l poke tous on Catholic Literature 1 . rio S hire. Owen Blcfmwallf fl b k lor the month. hglps Sheila Dalft' edict a OO WQK -.v-..,.- Beth Price and Elizaltellt Silxia. our junior librarians. know juat wliere ext-rxlltitvf ie Sister ll. Mercy. R.S.Nl.. B.E.. has suc- ceeded in making our library the in- formational center of our school life. 1 X V r t 1 t f z I l t l i l l A lawinating lt-attire ol our lilmmry ie the atirlioavixintl equip- "Announcing the new career booklets." A. M. Poisson. M. mt-nt. l'll'l'l' 1 Hioup of ln-ltmnn wnjov Fnnlieh claeaiw on the Silva and J. Rodriques discuss the new addition. pltonogrupll. NFCR CHRIST THE KI 9, Here are the very necessary committee heads: l. Arrucla. Daley. R. Drislan, E. Hartley, l. Connell, and J. Bigvs. The Spirilllul lwllvfils we haue- gainvfl u- lllvrlllnlzw of ilu- Swlullly ffl the lmlnaf'nla1I1' Hvurl uf Nlury ll"If' nl Xluun! Fuinl Xlgny "Mwlf'm5 have pluyml -igniliwint part- in our lim'-, 'l'I1i- yu-ur. Iln' 4'lllll"' wlmffl has laullvllr-fl with I4-Ilvwwl viggm' u lH'lll'I' :Anil still rnmf' avllxv' Sffllzlliry PFOQIFLIIN. Girls mlm lwnnrl that lln-y wulfl not ullvnfl fluily Nlnx- ln--1':lu1-f- uf lllblilllff lH'lVH'!'Il lnunr' anfl svlnml. vwrv' 41f'1'11111111wlalvrl llllflllyll lln' Breakfast fllulz. rlllll' lin-ary trlflleillln' in flllupwl um llll'llll"lIlf'4l Inj, many girls. Thif wah a parlirular rlixpluy nl' luxe' for lln- lilf'-Xrfl Nlwllwx' In 'llllel' girls rf-lnaine-fl ul 2:00 p.m. lu jnin in lln' ll'l'lldllU11 nl hm' ll-muy. Mew! uf ull, we vvrrv l'll1'0llI'flQll'1l unrl lIl'Ill!kt'fl by Xlxgr. fl:-rrzmll monthly cfvflfvlw--lures in the uuflitmlum. lt lllrIJlllf'fl u- In ln-en' ilu' rwull- of the Apustulif' Connnillf-w on flaily II4'l'l40l'lll1iI11'i' ffl, Fwlulilg l'Hlvx Sister Mary Dvni-ita. Hill., Nlmle,-mln1', uml Gail l.amln'rt. lrl'f'lt'l'l. have been llllllflllllgllllll' in their e-flm'l- In prnnmrf- the Sfnlnlily. We pray that we may always remain as fervent Smluli-lx dr ww' :nw- Il0WY"l1Il1,lf'lA Maryk blue mantle. The Smlaliry ufflu-rf pow for 21 Ill4"llll't' wixh Si-lffr llr-nlgifzl. C. Lamln-rl. Pn'fn-vig Nl. L. Murray, Vim- l'1w-lwrg Nl, l.. lylr--dull, Treasurerg and Nl. C. Cldlllizllfl, SLl,'l'x'li1IAj'. .f A Q2 ,f fm , f e m i ..,E,il v .X ' -'mv 1 iff? H ff: H f M4 1 , H l W, Q fy-M e. N -7' 5' y Q- 'LV 'V 'W 'Bu' " x f T .3 Bi! 5,5 A , 1 . , U., 1 V1 : Nxnuilwkg V V H f r We iFf'QL"""'fn N M ,,..,N'x:s- . sa, M- N fir l Ll .-..-, 8- Q' E ' Y Q A l "' .FIX-ff. l A T ' 47 W v f-ff 1 f 42 N: 3 ' X " ' 2 f frm! X 4. r'f'EY"7" fl N 55296-Szii' .eh , - , l E. Pimental. D. Slvia. and R. Maffano re Jair Rusar' lX'Z1Ils "Sentimental J0lll'l1t'Yl. leavin: fur S.F.lif,.-X, Xugust. l033. 5 1- l Y . . in Room 5. Mount Saint Mary Academy has blossomed forth this year with a haskethall team which makes us all stand up and Cheer. The girl- have worked tirelessly to put the team hack on its feet and have accomplished this tark with eabe. Although still in its infancy. the team has sunk many liaskets which were hard to heat. Linder the leafl- ership of Misa Crave Barber. the Mount is well on its way to being a rf-al ntl3flgPI'Oll9 custornef' on the Court. What would we have done without Sister Mary Charlea FranCiN who has sparkerl our enthusiasm. inspired our pr'aCtir4-Q. cheered our viCt0rie: :incl-console-tl our lusaes? Without a doulmt. our team has co- operation plus from Coach. modera- tor. and the whole student hotly. The first string is: P. Black. Cap- tain: R. McCann, M. Lomax. C. Lenagzhan. U. Curriero. B. Moore. J. Collard. Miss Barber. coach. and Sifter Charles lfrancis. moderator. KF? A real feather in our Cap is the girls in red who Cheer our team to victory. Cail Lambert. head cheerleader. has made her girls the smootheft. most vivacious vheerers we'ye seen. Everyone is proud of the Cheerleaders who mean so much in school spirit. The squad Compriges: C. Lambert. head Cheerleaderg M. Man- ning. J. Mello. J. Chicca. J. Bloniarz. J. Welch. J. Ross, and C. Watts. -i., fi' Thu waG really a rlxffmult om if Thls one looks good! Poe Black h 8 ggi ,,,.,.oo 4 .gp qv , 1 'oils l"l 1 ' , f my , V .,, 5 24-ri 1 . S L' QXHJQ 1 ooks one in. ' mv! l. I Tho one who jumps thf- lnigln-Nt g1f'lx the- lvall. N l CF 6 if I I 152 yi? it 4 I l f F A is iff X f I 1 'Y' ' 1 t. 5-M, 4 ' A 'aa f l 1 I . ,X :J X ! x, , , , i Q -1 l ug,,17gSfi35'll lf -r---N: A 1 'QP-""' r-' ,H ' asa , i Sqfm Hi ' - .V . . . , , ,. . g XII dill'-N court throw XXllllill'l1'Lll'll1'l1l 'ni-www 'Babyfacm-." It cimiillift iw usi L, 49 if "It May Sound Sillyn anti it e-viflvntly if. iJt'f'llllHf' thf- wiiiffrw arf- gt-tting a c'hum'kle- funn it THEY SAY YOU'RE LAUGHI G AT ' sl 1 3 X i x 1 5 x t ' ' ' p V.,,,,N N . X A i' ' Q YVPHY W ho are' liltl-t' wry llIllilgfl1fl64,i wiiiuisf 'luu ve got the cutest '6Y0u Aff- Br-autiful. Only Beautiful." ring the seniors as they give Eleanor Bffdard the- beauty trvatment. TURKEY IN THE STRAW "Make Yourself Comfortable" Frank Sullivan and Syl Mith- erQ: Roseinary Dri-lan and lack Price. SHOW YOUR SPIRIT AT TI-IE E" 17. 5 TU af ig! If til ,, I . ,J A 5. Jim Cnlwry. Elf-anor Hartlvy. Bob Kitvhf-n, Fran Finneran, Bob Caron. anfl Pauline Black "5ippin' Furla." I Larry Poirif-1' unfl l'I-guy Faxing Hill llluvk unel J un PIII "ln a Cozy Lfwrricrf' if I 1 X A' ,. en 'Cv . . ,', I ' Ms- . 15" -7? , gf A V ...,7 J' ' f.. 2 Aff, Y Y- I I . .I -. ' Y rl ggijfkgl 4 i I I, f JS , I .-" l 7 .4 4 4 ' Franny Nl1iI'l'I'l Lit tllf- 'lxurin-C' with .. I- nr'- Collura. llutlif' Culiitfris. ,lov RLIDOAI. Lllhl X141-i giving wut "Tliv Olil llianu Hull llliif-Q." lint XI 11.-tt l III Our Queen Lucy Cam- aehe, smiles after the Coronation. AFTER YOU'VE G0 E vgfgk 84' 4 5, Ilnww Every Queen has a court and our choice was Carol Reagan, Carol Leach, Queen Lucy. Joan Woloweic and Carol Audet. nigga The seniors and the juniors sing of Memo- ries and bid farewell. um I', :vb Barbara Oh Y'-ah?" si' ' Y s af' ' I ., rl M" gg . ,sl 'QW S W , I , J' wa n-4u...4.......... w-u-sr-.w,a.w-nm. Wfmm -?'N mmryk Kuna is thrills-fl wh:-n f,,HIxIlf'llLi M. amy-pix 1n lhlmw Wvilh Nlv. Hf'I11'y." l':111linv- U.. ulim "IT3x'v uk:-tt. 'uni he-1' flllll "ljLll'N Ihvy jug! fhwf. -rsmf-11 sing abour L1 I l ,Lt N- ..1.,, fr' J Q, 4 Ja jk it fit ! 1 f 1 If 1 if 5 ' i dw .7 Jr KAW All 1 rf' l S gi 3 Everyone joins in the singing of "Mother Beloved." 'N r, fx I fOur Junior Prom was helil on Oct. 30. 1954, at the New Berl- ford. Hotel. The memories of this night we will always Cherish. Betty Michaud arrives with her escort while Sylvia Mithers makes a final check in the EN UTUMN L vEs Beautiful girle in bf-autifnl gowns read the dedication prayer with their escorts. The firbl danff' Of the Wenmg Here we decorate. wry mindful of thi- hig 1 I I, I fir. ! X vt 1,1 . 4- f. 4 U., QQ? QQ: I " 2 f ' Vx wi xi in rf? Q': 5 'E' 1 5 1 'tt' ' it if -1, . sgpf i 4 5 3- ,. , if f'f?,fin .5 if I' W Janet 3I0I'I'iQSf'Ytt" de-clicatrd the Prom to Our Bless:-rl Lacly. night. .A 2, t t 5 t ! ,Q 1 v .5 ! I - ,.. , ,A ..- 3 Q lv -149 6 fr I i li ' iff gi H 6 A if 5' 1 x if Z' xg J, , ,ff TTOF I t0 'hi' Strain? of "Chapel in tht' The photograph:-r snaps a group waiting: for tliv first ilnm-1-. Moonlight." llfl allure 1- -111111 X nl hum "x J... ,111 ,A Am an , P .- Y, A, ex I n XII Mlm-1 Xlemu Pulls N 1 , -.- -f! 'T' I- 1 1l1.1m. 71111 lhggi '-f!.1'1z? xx., 'ul " 1- 1 5' -FAIVTILX 1' II:?""' nrll' ll -Lllllmx . . pug- vlylllglnf' ,g,,...,.,g ,,,,,,1,,,Hy H. 4 1,6 ,. ls 11-lxvl111111-.n11ll,m1U lun' X mul, XXL, lh-nmrkznlrlv NN urk UI I'.lllll'1lll0llilI MU, ,,,.,, ,. ,,,,,, ,W ,,,.,,,, 2- ' ' ' an 111-1l1w'11Iv-1 1-11111-x v , .S 1 o 5 lx ' ' ' l 1 , Wm . H! In lllhlllllllibll llllllll ne. hu Incl nl MH. HWWQ 'ummm lk..-1 1'-.. 1 1-1 1-..- , K I 4 ' ,M ,Mx In Il 111' lin'-1-, 11. ......1r1g-.ami N ,1,,,,,,A 11,-1 , 1 ' ' W f lf.-llrrxx-P1151 ..1'111-fl lr. .1 HV, gi 'M 11, 1 I' I Ml' X" 5.1-P.--1 .1:,.l,1x.1:g.-1!1-llyy 1 1f.,.5l,,,,y 'I' "' 1 I 11 l'1l'-1- 111 1' 1 ,as 1l ' '1l1 ' Y tf1.1l1' 14'xl! X1 ll SA WJ N'-1 TY.-' ' M Tha' lilllllll .,1 1..r1,:111 1 . Ml, , I r1i1111-.1:..1 1 , ' 1 C x I-'r 1 luv. 1 . ,N 1' Vu- X1 - V 1 1 l ."4-I.. . 1 1 1.11 1- 1- 1' - l ll1,l ul 1- K 11' lll 1112.11-1 -1 N ixgil-1211-nfl H7311 '11 1' lx X'.1Yl1 11.1122 Um r'- l " 1 . , 3 1,111 ll'a .11 Emu llll ' 1 - R161 Ilxl1.1 A., cl 1 lv rl., Mlllrwx 1 N Vrixa The MERCIAN staff from left to right: M. L. Murray, C. M Editor-in-Chiefg and M. Moore. GOOD EWS urtin, I. Connell, C. Moore. F. Martin, QS' ,,,, V594 :W ff' 1' 'De The staff and Sister Mary Flora stop a minute to smile for the photographer. THE IVIERCIAN Each publication of the MERCIAN is an antici- pated event at Mount Saint Mary's, And why shouldn't it be? With the paper better than i-ver, the news has been more and more interesting in each issue. We all enjoyed the special features anti. of course, more pictures. The staff has certainly excelled themselves this year. Heath-rl by a tleterminefl. imaginative anti intelli- gent editor. Frances Nlartin. the NIERCIAN bas certainly fl0llTlNllPfl. Frannii- was aitlf-rl by the best staff possible who have workeil with vigor anrl ile- votion on their journalistiv job. Sister Nlary Flora. R.S.M.. aflvisor. belpi-tl them over the rough places anfl applautlefl a job well clone. A million thanks to you. Sister. However. a small note of Satlness erm-ps into this good-bye tribute. The task was a harxl one but it was also fun and every minute was enioyerl. The seniors will miss seeing their names in print in the paper that was designed with them in minfl. But must of all. wc-'ll miss the anticipation and enjoyment of reafling our very own newspaper-the BIERICAN. Editor-in-Chief FRANCES MARTIN Co-Editors CORNELIA MORRE MARY LOU MURRAY CLAIRE MARTIN Business ,Uanagers ELIZABETH JOSEPH NATALIE COSTA MARY LOU BREAULT Natalie Costa, Betty Joseph. and Mary Lou Br:-ault are busy cliecking the re- , ceipts to pay the ever present bills. ln. ., 4"-T S na-4"" 1' The typists are always harrl at work preparing: mateiial lu mee-t tho-e tlfuiillims. i M I MEM x ' 1 V , ,f" -o 'H-. U1 ... . If ., cr , E V- .L--N . .' .,, . H X' " LAL 7-1--' E C. Lambs-rt. R, Drislan. E. Hartlvy. Ellilllf-ill-Cl1if'fQ F. Finnvran. and A. Soarcs lu-am at the-ir finishvd product. NIERCYCREST. GRIES ARE MADE OF THIS . rch 'Aan :ea R' Dm. - ,., and A. bw' UQIHU- ' Q ard. rt. F' Fu? keep' gn C Lamb? A Gmger dey. '- , , idfilf' E. Hal' int Xay00 .nes magau J. Roy, J. Nlorrissette. J. Ross. J. Bigos. Nl. Foley, and E. Micbaud. efficient typists of MERCYCREST. With the publication of our yearbook, we, the class of 1956, have become part of the past. But the memories which we share as a class and as individuals are those that neither time nor cir- cumstances can erase. We came as freshmen, uncertain and reservedg now we have emerged as young women on the threshold of mod- ern life. These are the things which make high school days so dear. G Camara and N. de Costa, business managers. with J. Blorrissettm typist of MERCYCREST, tally every cent. We have tried to recapture these fleeting moments and in- corporate them in NIERCYCREST. We have S-Uf1UUllIlIf'll ob- stacles of time, weariness, and frequently idea-empty minds. Throughout our turmoil Sister Mary Irene. RSJI., our advisor, has soothed our nerves, and rearranged our ideas. Now we have finishedg the task is complete. Whenever we take our MERCYCREST in hand, our friends, our activities, our teachers. and our school will return to our remembrance and they will welcome us back into the realm of familiarity and friendship which will be sorely missed-- and never forgotten. Editor-in-Chief ELEANOR HARTLEY Co-Editors CAIL LANIBERT ROSEMARY DRISLAN FRANCES FINNERAN Art Editor NANCY DE COSTA ANNA SOARES MARY CANIARA Business .llmzagers WA -V ,, ivfiimr 4 ...if .t -' -- .,,., ,91 . -' If -.-'Pm ,N - ,,, 5-. ful.,- ,W X' t 1 ltjif ti '-' ' .- 'fr' ' '- + W' . ,.J,g54g ij '- f ' M:-. xt Yi, . ' -V . -"L, , , , , , " 1 x .- ww 1- P " '.zfXjiii. 'tw ' of fgltl' 1, -, I r - ' Sister Mary lI'l'lI1'. li.F.Kl.. MA.. advisor. Hrs. Hurlm-y, 1Ll10?5l spvulir-r. spfvlu- J to the alumnac' anml far'-lilly' ulmut fm-rniing ll flisifllssion grnmp. 'S The crowning f-vi-lit of .fs w.-1 the year is Iliff Silver Tea held in January. Bliss Margarvt Lalwy acldrfssecl the group on the ideals of Cilllllvlif wmnanllnofl. Miss Pa- tricia Sullivan. Prws- - , iclc-nt, serves Bliss La- . hey. Miss Mary Cronin. Vice Prvsidenl. and Miss Jnrl itll Keflly. rH'5"7 some tea. maria. -Z SS' 5 ' ff 5 is f' ' .M f 0 ' l H H .ie ag I ' .K 2 in Nl. .1 W6 Fir ge v- rgh 25" A 3 , ' che, staff of the Alum E. Martin. J. Walker, and L. Cama nae paper. 'AlumInations," discuss the next issue. , ff . g f. ' ' ,fi ,. 'u vw Q 1 4 is .fr sg 1 f A .xx V 1 '! .- f, 1 ,. A wi rj, ' - . ' 14 . n :' f ' , ,H . . ,, , , 4 ,f"' v i.. ' f A E WA' iii Co X3 BQXAUC' hm HOXAQYX. . Freshman class president C. Rodgers. checks in a book for P. Hicks. Vice President. as P. O'Brien secretary. and A. KI Costa. treasurer, look on JI. Wlwalon, D. Sauret J.R1'l4'V' 11 P 1 te. E. Connors. C. Shea. C. Thornton W .... Yhf-ahan. J, lim1'rig11fn-. ll. Silum. Il, ' . Iachcco. S. Silvia. J. Porta, 11. Smit! C. HIVIEQV, X. Smith. JI. Vvlozo. C . C. Perry, JI. Burl'-r, P. U'HrjQ-n fjH'fllIIT.L'. C. .N.lAl'Y'fS. ,f. l'f-4111-url. T. Film. 1, ll. lflllialll.-nn, C. ffffrlgwx, CU. Pmrwn. lf, N . Br-rubv. ln-ra. S FACE N W 7 are ROOIH At li' - s of late: . Clacs Offlclillgm at thi? library' - pee D in t tary: caughf Sez'enrf'en -Ch Sem xl. 0 Avefl ' -den!! .A iuiey aril5nI?'ViQ6 ?re1G. Smlth- J. Calla gregidenl- 1 r. 'lllllegaiufer' 1 A. Doylv. Joan. NI. Kam-. V. Cc-snr-r, V. Hemurth, C. Lvnaghan. M. Lomax. Houlc' Wlllrphy. C. Nlatliumre, KI. Marklaml, R. xldgfillfj, P. Lvvezsqmf. M. Carant. B. Dzugala Kvarnf. SOPHO ORE .. R. Stnwik. J. Pilkington, C. Nowak, J. Rubillaul. N. Prive. J. Vautrin. E. Pimental. A. Poisson. 31. Soares. E. Pereira. D. Turcottc, G. Porada. R Simunin. v- NAN PRICE ,,,,,,,,,,7,, , ...,,. S ecretary M, LOINIAX Y,,,Y,,,7,,w,A,,,, ,,,.,, V zce President ELEANOR BLACK Q ,,,., ,.. P resident ELEANOR BEDARD ,... . ..... . T reasurer M. Castanho, J. Costa, M. Crumlclfz N. Coynv. N. Brennan. D. Cir-Slakowski. T. Correira COTIDCH. N- CHPOHG. M. Burgess. S. Chuuinarml, E. Br-flard, E. Black. T. Dun-ite. J. Collard S. Brickhill, E. Bento, J. Blake. M - Na , Irlmlnll. XI. Npwtnn Q gl ' " A 1"'1hun Thvr' ly. mruux, YW' V 7 L Q 6' giiklxllfllll, D. Lhflflllzl tv., Xi.,i.m'if-,.' 3liir11l1.-,INN l., XXI ' bpodq J P. lu' T- Nllliv' '- d Ilm"'1 J ' mdhkl' I NI' ' A- lyat'-INFO fIr"5- , dn' in Hnuhl 'V 5YlYig1q ' VIXPUUA P ' 41- 503i-lx "'W"Il'. 314 YY. ' 1- IJ. Vigil, I VV" 'IINIZL C C ' J3Ck50n .. Ilbljipwki hu - .. plch F W ' fllgy. P H . , . Nlyu. K RH- nlllllsgvlllag. Q HGH oss ' rw. ' A. ' - - ff . . Pucn, M' l Patricia Flynn. Prcsifis-nk nl R-wni 2. ufk- Xinurwn K'-gmin. 'i'uxmix'w1'. uhm- iinanviui standing of the junior cias 'xiicr tin-ir prom. whih- Xiu- i'u,fid-iii Him Ninth-n and Tu-afurc-r Eiainv Thomas hunk on. ,k"fv,,mm Q B ll l. P. fllm-lim-, J. lJllI'l-My A. Nl. ' 1 J L ie A Houle 'NI Bvrnn B Nloore, a arm J. Bloniarz, . avo . . , . . 1 . . . . Doolan, L. Eveleth. S. Levesque. A. Cravance. J. Connell. V. Curry, Nl. Llai-. J. fihiuca. P. Arruda. C. Burgess. M. Mersey. J. Frates. C. Conltuis, P. l3lPi.ll'1lIll1ll1, P. Hmilgfon. XI. Carroll. R. Caron. A. M. Desrosiers, Nl. Garcia. C. Cabral, L. .Xml1'a4ilw. D. Fariax. Nl. Ilulun, G ' . E. Moran. J. Mello, P. Klvllo, P. Flynn. R. ijawiall. M. Coyle, R. Barry, C. Furey, P. arcxa L. Lizott. IMPATIE T YEARS Jlllllnr Clihi 4vff'. and U Y' ' Mfrs: P. B, . , R ,wtonl T 1 f.r.1r.Iman. V.lu ' rfaxurer, drtam of lf? Pr..M, 1,.m: P Md, ' 31' . Q ' - In--Q J 1 Away ljlallmlv HN ffl lnP"l"l1I: Ii Ur iffy nd, ' - IOFO, Sp. - .P f at H, .frefary 1 1' globe, 153' 5.1 I3-14' Wifi,- "l'n- li:-en 'fliinkinf' lllt"Sf' fre-lnnvn can nf-x Seem to finfl enough rtutly In-rimls. :M Ll In sult, they make wry goml uw of the,-in w founfl. "Music Nlusie. Music." A pleasant diversion ffOIll Illf' t'Yt'fyll3y svllfrol gulg-if-C15 ig n1uSiC Class. He-re T. Silva prepares to play the notes that Nl. Whalon points to. J. Bishop is doing a little researvh on the composer. "Stormy Weather" or not-every morning girls check the mercury barometer. M. Lima, L. Correira, A. KI. Costa. and M. Guy are the predictors today. They say it has never been wrong. i -. ,L,. , - ,.M,,,.W,.,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,w,wW M H5 "Hearts and Flowers"-well. in this case it's only flowers. E. Perreira. S. Houle, and C. Connell discover what's really inside. Sister Mary Fidelis, R.S.M., who knew it all the time. directs the operation. "Oh! tmy aching back!" is the cry of the girls on the bottom row. The second row are still a little better off until finally the top row! A. M. Poisson feels as though she's NSitting on Top of the World." 3415. . .Q:f4?3'22 54 'Q ' jgffrvi fi 1 , ., vi "Tell Me a Story" even if it is over the tape recorder. J. Vautrin looks satisfied as she ltears it played hack. E. Black, R. Simone. and E. Pimental are glad that it came out so well. ".,,,.f' ff? XxXxe L....Lx4 l'Sh-Boom" is a sound to be heard in many chemistry labs. "The Typewriter Song" is very much in evidence here. These but not in ours. M. Mersey. L. Lizotte. and 5. M. Charles juniors are using the newest aids in the business field, A, Francis, R.S.M., conduct a well ordered experiment. Gravance. L. Andrade. L. Manchester, and O. Farias seem engrossed in their work. The juniors feel like 'iAmericans in Paris" as they see and hear the French atmosphere. The tourists are M. Wrobleski, P. We'll certainly keep practicing '4Til1 Then," '6Then" being Boardman, E. Price, C. Wolowiec, and S. M. Rose. R.S.M.. the day we get jobs. This group under the guidance of S. M. who has been there many times before. Verona, R.S.M.. will certainly be very adept. 1.1!-I HI IU Ht. Us b , V. f fi- 5 .-f Vi ' 21f".,-ff' " -Qk""'." ' X ' f ,Q r f fm! - ' 41-fix: S-.ff gg 5 ' 133' 'f'f,'J ',"g".-'fn7"'l"'-312. .-,if X L gwqwgl 3 I SY' ',,.?fM'.:-. 121, -A , ax f .. 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"Let tht- Rest of ARRUDA Espirito Santo Club 4: MEHCIAN: Eucharis- . . ambitious, industrious student . able typist . . . proven' her class I he World Co By" It . Y , ,WM HC" r l e l l s 4 l 1 THE HARVEST HOPS her task. 'x ESTELLE RITA AUDET 1518 South Main Strert sg Pdgmlx Dramatic' Club 1. 2. 3. 41 Sodality 1. 2, 3, 4 Est . . . dry-as-a-bone humor . . . an iflll1'l'l,f1llUl'1-5f houu haired , . . fl friend of mischief and laughter . . . artzslzc exe argues her point . . . alzuays VO0I7Fl'I1fl'l'6 un matter uhm' "Theirs Must Be- a Wayu If B BARA LEE BAKER ' in AR I " 20-C Watuppa Heights St. Peter and Paul L ,Q 5 Smlality 3, 43 Dramatics 43 Class Officer 4g Commercial 6lQl ll f 2 Club 3. 4. Barb . . . golllen tresses, laughing blue eyes and DIMPLES . . . pleasant and sorially inrlinerl . . . an avirl rlaneer . . . flillerently willy . . . eollegiale dresser . . . loves life. ' 4 147. i 4 . 5 i w sfg 5 'ff 'ff '99 Bireh Qt D L C . Soclality 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1, 21 Debating Club 1: MERCIANQ Commercial Club 3, 4. Nancy . . . grnfefzll anrl z'z'zfz1ri0115 . . . loves a good time . . misrhierozls glint in her eye . . . dark hair and afiple rerl ' ' t to zz test. cheelrs . . . eonsczentlous when pu "Powder Your Face With Sunshine" WE ALL HAD FUN 'L 23 NANCY LOUISE BERGER St. Louis Parish "l've Cvot Rhythm Q JANICE ANN BIGOS 209 Manchester Street Holy Cross Commercial Club 3, 43 Sudality 1. 2, 3. 43 Aposmlic Chairman 4: MERCYCREST Typist. Janice . . . well mannereal ...I f rienrlly anfl ever grarious . . . always ready for a joke . . . cooperative . . . Contagious laughter . . . sincere. "Come Rain or Come Shine" 'J I2 ,mn THE DEBATING PRIZE tgp. VB! f -.W , THERESA AGNES BILTCLIFFIQ gxlhr-M'-' 1' f .fi :J ' V 652 Second Street St. Klart tlality 1. 2. 3. 4: Cwlnint-reial Club 3. 4. Terry . . . petite . . . hax a permanent smile .... Q piri! at the vandy room . . . Titian hair and brown eyes . . . ri great S11 .srription lady in the Ifatlmlif- Press Ill'l.l'l?. "Aip't She Sweet" PAULINE ANNETTE BLACK Reeds Road Box 347. No. Dartmouth, Mass. St. George, Westport Dramatic' Club 1, 23 Latin Club 33 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4g Basket- ball 1. 2. 3, 4. Po . , . good natured and anxious to please . . . studies the explosion of the Kernel . . . believes tlrere,s good in everyone . . . possesses the bluesr of blue eyes . . . ready for work, ready for fun. "Y0u'll Never Walk Alone" WE ALMOST WON LURA ANN Bo0TH 59 Riverview Avenue, Tiverton, H. l. St. Christopher Claes Officer 11 Smlality 1, 2, 3. 49 Dramatic Club 4. Lura . . . Possesses the world's longest eyelashes . . . soft Pharm . . . passive manner . . . "Twinkly Toes" . . .- ladylike . . . aitrartizle in appearanre and personalily. "Them There Eyes" ui"-f?'wauy,,, - l gr MARY LOUISE BREAULT 535 Brayton Avenue Sodality 1, 2, 3. 4: Orvhestra l. 2. 3, 4, Secretary 4: Dramatic N SI. William T I Club 41 Commercial Club 3, 43 MERCIAN, Business Manager. 1.1 1' lllary Lou . . . eager business sturlent . . . agreeable disposition in . . . earefree grin . . . shy yet friendly . . . easy lo know . . . -, a second Benny Goodman. "Younger Than Springtime" ,W THE QUIET WALKS MARY GRACE CAMARA 243 We-etamoe Qtreet St, ,lusepli Smlality l. 2. 3, 4, Secretary 4: Business Manager of MERCY- CREST: Cummereial Clulm S34 4. Craeie . . . arflent sludent . . . milfl mannerefl . . , funrl ol reading . . . glowing zisage . . . generates 11 lrfenzllx feeling . . . unrzzlllefl disposition . . . laughable as a NPFIIXIII-VI.ii "Shine" BARBARA ANN CARREIRO 'sm MW. 183 West Hopper St. Holy Ghost Tiverton. Rhode Island Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 3, 4g Dra- matic Club 1, 4. Barbara . . . neat and well dressed . . . extremely industrious and ambitious . . . desirous of satisfying others . . . rides the Tiverton bus . . . always on time. "Ridin' High" THE NOISY FUN My it 1, 1 A? il i-'l A - Ai A ' ' 'arf K5 '- - will ami' Q .K F ' - ,?"", ia W M . , f.,..g ,gy t Z, :EA CAROL ANN CHORLTON M 74-l June Street Joseph NM Smlality l. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1: Dramatic Club 1. 4: Typing , ff- Club l. sf Carol . . . nearer than the proverbial pin . . . enthusiast of the formation . . . extremely well-dressed . . . a lady at all times . . . warm smile . . . well-read . . . witty yet wise. "LiriI1- Things Mean a Lot" ANNETTE IRENE CODERRE 107 Barnes Street Notre Dame Orchestra 1. 2. 3 Commercial Club 3, -lg NIERCIAN Typist. -Innelte . . . pensive but gay . . . proficient elarinetist . . . fl mischievous little on the quiet sirle . . . lakes life easy . . . at times . . . rom' cornplexionerl. "Beautiful Brown Eyes" 4 f 'Cf' l , 4: Smlality 1, 2, 3. -13 Dramatic Club 13 ,f THE SUMMERS SPENT -..- 'blqx JOHANN Nl,-XRION COMMITTO U St. William Fl b Cle Club 1. 2, 3, 4, 47-A Maple Gardens Commercial Club 3, 4: Dramatic ,.u 1 v e Vice President 41 Sudality 1, 2. 3, 4. . ' , ' h shy but lively . . . modest . . . experierzred in ome 1' sense of humor . . . neatness economies . ,. . crazy-nzixer -up personified . . . fun loving . . . a good listener. "l've Got the Wlorlrl On a String 'wiv rQ,l?-iw ,Agni Jw, , i A ' "3l?j'9,,,. DORIS MARY COMTOIS A l Y ' 187 Chavenson Sl. bt Rock Basketball 2, 33 Sorlality 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 3 4 Sec retary 3. .Kar -'l -6' Dottie . . . a little girl with a BIC voice . . . rnerry chestnut eyes . . . nymph-like . . . life of the party . . . smbs incessantly . . . remembered for her version of Johnnie Ray. "Heart of My Heart" UNDER HORSENECK SUN IRENE MARGARET CONNELL 292 Warren St, SS. Peter and Paul Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic' Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Journalism Club 43 MERCIAN Staff 43 Sodality 1, 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3g Literary Committee 4. Irene . . . has a well known giggle . . . always seen with the twins . . . thrives on good times . . . eapable in her studies . . . rhaufferzrs her own vehicle . . . her shiny chestnut hair is her n'rozi'r1ir1g gfory. "Keep lt Gay" ELIZABETH ANN CosTA 138 Sandy Point Avenue, Somerset, Mass. St. Patrick Commercial Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 MERCYCREST Typist. Betty . . . good fellowship prevails . . . perpetual grin . cinnamon colored hair . . . blithe spirit . . . punctual . enjoys life. "Count Your Blessings" THE TERM WE MADE P31 emo rn'-5 A it X, x Q A-4' 53,9 ,,, Us gghsgwt uhggla-n fri "fx NATALIE R055 COSTA 198 Choate- Street lfspirito Santo Clef' fflub 1, 2. 3. -1: Soilality l. 2, 3. -lg lVlI'21lllLlll4,' Clulw Commercial Club 3. 4. 12' Nat . . . reragnizefl by tlxe rivlz quality of her lzeauliulul me: o voice . . . her sessions at the piano have zleligliteal all . . tliiclr furly lzair . . . an intelligent, eager bztsiness sluclent . . alwaj s cooperates. "Wi1ha Song in Xly Heart" Hi Q 1 IP it t i 1 ,t l t ,I E' t l t if I Q ,T 1 ..w9,r , PATRICIA ANNE COWELL 32 Congress Street SS. Peter and Paul Sodality 1. 2, 3. 4, Drarnatics 2, 4. Pat . . . adept in algebra . . . enjoys a good joke . . . care- free disposition . . . attractive . . . serious student . . . anzbition: to own a Crosley. "On the Sunny Side of the Street" . 4 -fl XXX THE HONOR ROLL sf' Es ft' 451. .. '? fi ' " ' gh 5 1 xv 1 , Jr' 1 .Mal t gl ww. , L -K.. 1 -Ta 1 . a ' we '33 , - 9 Av' ax' ' " NN , 4' DHEILA ISABEL DALEY A A 359 Manchester Street SS. Peter and Paul Clee Club 1, 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 41g Sodality 1. 2. 3. 4, Vice 1 President 3. Sheila . . . the enduring presence of wit . . . aims to please txt, . . . quiet at the right time . . . well liked . . . loves fried Clams . . . the rosy eomplexion of an Irish colleen.. "Young at Heart" MARION NANCY DECOSTA 94 Old Colony Avenue, Somerset St. Patrick Commercial Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 1, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Sodality 1, 2, 3. 43 MERCYCREST Business Manager. Nancy . . . a serious minded pianist . . . sclzolastically inclined . . . mischievous at times . . . enjoys a good basketball game . . . excellent business manager of the JWERCYCREST . . . rock and roll drummer of our frolic. "lt's a Lovely Day Today" ,.-as W, THE JOY WE KNEW ROSEMARY URISLAN 399 Stetson Street Holy Name . uclality 1. 2. 3. 41 CI'-f' Cluli 1. 2. 3: Dramatic Club l. 2, 3 1 Secretary 4: NIERCYCRES'l' Co-Editor. Uri: , . . loves to lauglz . . . never slzifts lo second . . 61 pressizfe eyes . . . farorile foods: hrzmburgers anfl li0ll,2ll71l1lS . . . mathematical brain . . . II Holy Cross College fan Alarorite expression, "1!'s priceless." "Getting Sentimental Over You" MARGARET ANN FAZIO 69 Vestal St. St. Joseph Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4-g Dramatics lg MERCIAN Commercial Club 3, -1. Peggy . . . fashionable in a collegiate manner . . . demure . . . e.rpressz'zie eyes . . . amiable personality . . . a steadfast friend . . . has I1 smile for all . . . mild mannered and well liked. "Peg O' My Heart" Li -v"N 1 4 ga WILL NE'ER GROW OLD Q I Fmmtis PATRICIA FINNERAN 66 Warren St. P St. Peter and Paul Smlnlity 1. 2, 3, 41 Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3, 4, President 4, 'lll't'2.iSlII't'T 2, 31 llf-hating Clulm 1. 2. 3, 4. Vice President 3. 41 Urvhwliu 1. 2. 3. 4: Librarian -lg Glf-e Club 1. 21 Latin Club 3, 411 Typing: Club lg MERCYCREST Cu-Editor, President 1. 5--4'retary 2, 3. Fran . . . energelir xoung rnnrpetitor of Helen Hayes . . . mriefi' nl mlerzfx . . . intellerrual . . . II rniselriezfous merry- rnrzlfer . . . lures oniznzs . . . personable and pleasant . . . 11 lmisleruzzs Iriplet. "Unforgettable" MARILYN FOLEY 46 Harbor Terrace St. Mary Commercial Club 3, 4, Treasurer 33 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 MERCY- CREST Typistg Cheerleader 3. .llal . . . Arthur .Vurrayls favorite pupil . . . bubbling per- sonality . . . pretty as ll picture . . . naturally lilfeable . . . mischievous glint . . . ready smile . . . "Elswortlz's" girl friend. 'Shall We Dance ? " 'fm' is-31 THE NIGHT WE SHONE .44-' ,J 5 JEANNETTE THERESA FONTAINE 27 Mt. Hope Avenue Bles eil 'facramen Sodality l. 2. 3. 4: Orchestra l, 2. 3. 4: Commirin ll 4. Secretary 4. Paneho . . . fl skilled Irumpeter , . . lzoney lmireil 1 1 student . . . excels in French . . . LOVES pizza ener,,e anrl gay . . . fllll'0fllf6 tzmsonze, "Fmnlrie and Johnnie "lt Might as Well He Spring" 118. JOYCE GOFF 409 Middle Street St, Louis Commercial Club 3. 43 MERCIAN Typistg Sodality 2, 3, 4. Ioyfe . . . eager student . . . good natured , . . cooperative . . . rhipper appearanfe . . . turned up nose . . . famous rhnttffezzr ot a "Kiddillaef' "IFS Delovelyw WWL ,pg-. . 'ZW' GUR JUNIGR PROM PATRICIA ANNE HAGGERTY 'A 1188 Clolw Street St. Wlilliam Smlality l. 2, 4. Prefect 23 Clem- Club 1, 23 Dramatic Club 1, 2. Pat . . . nonchalnnt . . . wry humor . . . talented in-Iiterary worl. '... well refta' . . . intelligent . . . soft spoken . . . fottrtentts "Side hy Side-'l SUZANNE MICHELE HANLEY 136 Rathgar St. Holy Name "'iL1'3,, Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 43 Sodality 1, 2. 3. fl, Vim- V President 3: Commercial Club 3, 4. ' L iga Sue . . . "happy-go-luriff' personified . . . ronzprzlible aml fnrly 1 ' 1 1 'V' H" hnirerl . . . easy to like . . . arlagio in manner . . . Sweet 'A Sue in bucks anrl argyles. Z-, "Lucky Old Sun" :dll 4 J, A ..., if 4 v ,M THE MEMORIES THERE Q9 E33 Q' X 7,1"ffmJ, ELEANOR JANE HARTLEY A 974- Plymouth Avenue St. Peter and Paul 1. Sodality 1, 2, 3, 43 Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Q Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4-g Debating 2, 3. 4. Secretary 3, 43 Latin Club 3, 4-g Typing Club lg President 3, 43 MERCYCREST Editor- in-Chief. El . . . intelligent and witty eorwersafionalist . . . Connoisseur of Chantilly, baubles, bnngles, and beads . . . hates to ge! up in the morning . . . vows to be the fllambo Queen . . rmsiduous as both President ann' Erlifor of ,IIERCYCREST . . . "Keep the Faith." "Thou Swell" ELIZABETH MARIE JOSEPH 224 Brayton Avenue SS. Peter and Paul Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4g Commercial Club 33 4, Vice President 4, Business Manager of MERCIAN. Betty . . . never without a good word . . . good sport . . . Competent student . . . bland . . . trustworthy and dependable . . . admired for her sincerity . . . a loyal classmate. M M011 What a Beautiful Morning" : his I -.. r, I l 1 'l .AL 4 , E , , i .F I , , 1 4 I, V - . M: N alt. V ' ' -Levy- ARE BEYOND COMPARE GAIL ANN LAMBERT 171 Foster Street SS. Peter and Paul Sovilality l. 2, 3, 4, Prefect 43 Debating 1. 2, Secretary 23 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, President 4g Typing Club lg Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-Head 4, Vice President 1, President 23 MERCYCREST C0-Editor. Gail . . . popularity plus . . . easy to get along with . . . peaches and cream Complexion . . . unassuming and sincere . . . needs ll private line . . . no bobby pin blues . . . prettiest ,girl at all prorns . . . ever or now. "How Do You Speak to an Angel" DIANE LILANE LAVOIE 290 Ridge St. St. Ann'- Cheerleader 3: Sorlality 1. 2, 3, 4g Class Officer 23 Dramaties 2. Diane . . . easv rome, easy go . . . sorially inelinerl . . . reafly ,. ,A ' Lf. 54, for a laugh . . . even tempered . . . peppy . . . casually, pleasant Y, f 83,390 h . . . loves Horseneelf. "Someone to Watch Over Me" . wg --La, ' - Q4-lf . so ,. ,. I f' -.4 . x ,Z su-,W ' ' vw 4ri': WE SAID GOOD-BYE IC" 1,442 sig DORIS NIARIE LAVOIE ' '-"" 290 Ridge St. St, .-XIII11' Sorlality 1, 2, 3. fl-1 Cheerleader 3. lloris . . . efferresvent personality '... earefree , . . perpetually cheerful . . . illztminaterl Freneh ll . . . a bit shy '... pas- sesses a tremenrlous appetite. "Love Is Here to Nay" lOqIIflCl0llS . ,"'i " MARY JUDITH MANNING 4-96 Fourth Street Sr 'Nlary Soclality 1, 2, 3. 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 4 Cheerlcacler 3 4- Co-Head 4g Typing Club 1, Treasurer 1. .llary ,luzle . . . her prizle anrl joy: her long lustrous ponylazl . . . exreptionally witty . . . entertaining zersatzle get-up-and-go cheerleader. "Personality" AT OUR ROCK AND ROLL SHOW ,gb R-ff J' CLAIRE MARIE MARTIN 28 Louis Street, Ocean Grove St. Michael Swlality 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4: MERCIAN C0-Editor: Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 3, 4. Claire . . . agreeable and friendly . . . bright blzzefeyes . . . effirient sluflenl , . . zalenzerl with a paint brush . . . Swansea commuter . . . able ro-editor of MERCIAN . . . always a lafly. "As Time Cues By" fd! Rr FRANCES VIOLET MARTIN 488 Ridge Street St. Patrick Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, 2: Journalism Club 4g Editor- in-Chief MERCIANQ Orchestra 3, 4-g Assistant Librarian 4. Frannie . . . sagacious dry humor . . . employs the broad A's . . . handy with a needle . . . well-used intelligence . . . en- joys reading . . . loves doughnuts. "I Know a Bit About a Lot of Things" . WE STEPPED UP Q' an 4.7. , RITA FRANCES MCCANN Nm 217 Harbor Terrace sf N Jr-, Sodality 1. 2. 3, 43 Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Baintetbaii Ri . . . good natured . . . bashful but nzisrhierozzs tuznllznb blllt' PWS . . . charcoals and bucks . . . numerom rlencla a farewell toast to our "Ed," 'AHeart of My Heart" 1. ELIZABETH ANN MICHAUD 151 Weetamoe St. St. Joseph Sodality 1, 2. 3, 4-3 Commercial Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club 19 Basketball 1, 2, 35 MERCYCREST Typist. Betty . . . an enlivening personality . . . ardent basketball fan . . . quick spirited . . . optimistic manner . . . an ace behind the wheel. . . fun to be with. "Betty Co-ed" BUT THEY MUST GO 'KH SYLVIA MARIE MITHERS Church St. St. Patrick Clk-ff Club 1. 2, 3g Sodality l, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 1, 4, Secretary 1, Vice President 2. Syl . . . combination of beauty and brains . , . master of the 88 . . . originator of much used expressions . . . well read . . . tenarious of life . . . vibrant and vivacious . . . "blue skies and green lights to you, Syl." "l'm Gonna Live Till l Die" Q... CORNELIA ANN MOORE 121 Foley Avenue, Somerset St. Thomas More Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4-g Debating 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramalics 1, 2, 3, Vice President 1, Co-Editor MERCIAN. Ninnie . . . brain power plus . . . mind of her own . . . ever gracious . . . laconic . , . an enthusiast of modern art . . . sincerity an outstanding trait. "And the Angels Sing" n Z".-fe' 'firm 'uf f THOUGH SUMMER TURNS TO WINTER MARY MARGARET MOORE 121 Foley Avenue, Somerset 5t Thon More Orchestra 1, 2. 3. 43 Smlalily 1, 2. 3, 4: De ma 2 matics 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2. Margie . . . subrluerl rmfl soft spolferz . . . forzstautlx uztlz her other half . . . serious minded . . . reserved . uell mannered . . . laughter in her blue eyes. --softly, Softly" .mf 2 82" criiix X t . 1 l LS if . Y 5 ef 1 1 ' A x It U Wi, JANET LILLIAN MORRISSETTE 225 Chavenson St. St Rock President 33 Sodality 1, 2, 33 Commercial Club 3 4 Treasurer 4-g Basketball 23 MERCYCREST Typist. .lanet . . . dances incessantly . . . staunch school spmt congenial . . . competent . . . enjoys life . . . hard working . . . twinkling brown eyes. Dark Eyes" AND THE PRESENT DISAPPEARS 11'1ARY LOUISE MURRAY 110 Weetanme St. St. Joseph Orchestra 1. 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Prefect -1, Pr:-ff-ct 2: Latin Club 3. 4. ,Vary Lou , . . a brain in English . . , intriguing eyes . . candid . . . good sense of values . . . industrious student . . loves to reall . . . el'4l1'r,'ient and determined. "Time Waits for N0 One" sQ.j.fi "E, t f QL! f.A,,,f,, N .N -1' QF'- -1""""' -A.. VIRGINIA OUELLETTE 365 Tower Street St. Jean Sodality 1, 2. 3, 45 Commervial Club 3, 4, Ginger . . . delicate and rlorile . . . eoquettisli twinkle in lzer rlrrrlf eyes . . . reliable anrl really I0 zvorlf . . . 6llll1llSl.II5f of the Club . . . pink romplexioned. Sweet ancl Cf-ntlcf' .AV 4 "Nr-Saw VT' iv' THE LAUGHTER WE WERE GLAD TO SHARE 'a -Q " 53"- 1, JOAN LEE Porrs St. W'illiam Commercial Club 3. 4. President 4: Dramativ Club 41 Sodality 2. 3. 4g MERCYCREST Typist. Pottsie . . . one hot slretclz . . . personality plus . . . seriuus about lier sturlies . . . Di0r's Competitor . . . seen rrrozmzl town . . . vl,GSlli!ll'0l1S . . . lllzmzel No. 5 on zz vrzslimere sweater. 216 Jefferson Street "Sentimental Me" lt' 63 Whittier Street MERCIAN Typist. ff? BARBARA JOYCE Roms Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4g Dramatics 13 Commercia ui Barbara . . . roelr and roll entliusiast . . boorl naturerl agile . . . unpredictable wit . . . smile for eierv occasion ardent guitar player. "Blue Skies" I WILL ECHO THROUGH THE YEARS JACQUELINE MLIRIEL Ross 233 Sterling Street St. jean the Baptist Cheerleader 4: Corinnie-rcial Club 3, 43 MERCYCREST Typ- iltg Smiaiiiy T. 2, 3, 4. ffIC'b'l'6 . . . pixie . . . afquires gorgeous tans . . . well groomed . . . peppy rlveerleuder . . . versatile . . . big blue eyes . . . sol! spalren . . . loves to dance. "Marionette" 1 44" JANET MARIE ROY 61 Cove-l Street Sz, Rm-k M, fi Sodality 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2: MERCIAN Typist: MERCY- CREST Typist. Jan . . . one of the few to maintain lengthy locks . . . przssire . . . inclined to sports . . . looks well . . . occasionally a pranlfster . . . good student. at C'est si Bon" fm MH 3. e . , ' 4' aw "1 ' 1 X J 4 of fr. -if U, THGUGH OTHER NIGHTS 'Am in lVlARY LOUISE RYAN 110 llowvn Straw-l Ft, l'41tri4-lg Drumaliv fflulr 1. 2: Sml11lilyl.2.3.-1. llrzry Lou . . . humorous joke leller . . . never in II lzurrx . . . PFVSPLPII-IIg,' . . , lll4l71lI1llll'l'P . . . enjm.s roller .Slx'I1fI'Il,E,' . . . lun l0l'l'I1,Q'. nlliflin' My 'llllll1'n Ross IWARIE SILYIA T9 Eastern Avenue St. Anthony of Padua Smlulity 1. 2, 3. -1. Sm-vrvturyg llramalic Club 4: Vive Prefvct 2. Rose .Urzrie . . . Il student in every sense of the word . . . generous . . . "Virgil" . . . VO0II8fflfl.l'? extensive wardrobe . . loves a good time at the right times. "I Understand" AND OTHER DAYS A in 'QEQM-N-., jon ANN SMITH -.1-'aj 1-1 5lPllTh NI.. SUI1lt'I'Nt'l St. llLlll'l1'k Cmnnxf-reial Club 4: Smlalily 1. 2. 3. 4: Dramaticx 1 2 ' Joan . . . petite unfl e1'er-gr11r'1'0z1s . . . soff spoken . . . Silrer tlrrearfs in her hair . . . lmly like . . . r-apalfle of puffing: lzer pain! llr"f05S . . . lores ll Prerost Baslfetbrzll game .... S zzgar ' and spife. Yfvull BQ- Surprircdu ANNA LOUISE SOARES 26 Warren St. SS. Peter and Paul President 1. 2: Dramatic' Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Secretary 3: Art Editor NIERCYCREST: Art Club 1: Debating l. 2, 33 Typing Club 1: Sodality 1. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4. Anna . . . liarzfly with a pain! brush . . . COIISFI-?I1ll.0IlS . . . attractive appearance . . . s0ft brown eyes . . . active in srlmol affairs . . . a popular senior. "Sincerely" ? Q., MAY FIND US GONE 'lbs JEAN DELLA SYIXIX 356 Easl ixlzlill Si. itrq fl Smlalily l. 2. 3, 4: lriulllllle Il 1 il 4 Ii .4 lean . . . jzoxxessev that well svrzflzlaerl lun g H 1 precision . . . tranquil . . . agreeable to the i temperate I zuzys . . . a lafly al all times. Earth Angel SHIRLEY IRENE THIBAULT 1543 Slade St. St. William Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4g Dramatics 1, 2, 4-. Shirl . . . poetic inclinations . . . abundant raven hair . . . earns good marks . . . a well known laugh . . . fun to be with . . . a whiz in chemistry and math . . . a help backstage. "Fine and Dandy" uma A OUR SEPARATE WAYS DONNA LEE THOMAS i 233 Hamlet St. St. Patrick lflee Club l, 2. 34 Soclality 1, 2, 3, 4. llmuzfz . . . trzzstzvortlzy . , . always II lafly . . . ll well modulated wire . . . erfels as a lJllll4l'.X1lfI6'f . . . intelligent . . . dreams of llvfllifilllg l4rr1ln'a. "Softly .M in a fllnrning Sunrise" PATRICIA ANN VIRDINLIA 148 Hamhly Avenue, Tiverton, Rhode Island St. Christopher Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1. Pat . . . "Elle parle francais bien" . . . one of the Tiverton commuters . . . quiet yet gay . . . ready to lend a helping hand . . . practical . . . faitlzful friend. "S'il Vous Plait" '1' lm e lrubkclllsall I+-um we-'xv lwvll rl' V101 E. 9 fun wc-'uf had with our "dun ve routine." fs '-kit, 6 u hcrecl at brag WE WILL HAVE THESE MGMENTS And most of allfour Chapel, gl.. -1-rw xg ali- e" "W, " 'I 955. TO EMEMBER Our after lunch wwione in auditorium. qv-w Iilr' lf. .. I. 2 lllf- mglil 111 uigiitx 1v11r',l1Ilim'I'n V O i Our ve-ry uwn "Triple-tx" fruul tha' Junior- Se-niur Frwliv 1953. f UM Ten eventful years have passed sinee Mount Saint Mary Academy welcomed its first Class. In eourse of time, graduates of Mount Saint Mary Academy have passed through its portals. Now, we. the elass of '56, step into place in this continuous line. Some Mount Saint Mary Academy graduates as Sisters of Mercy are engrossed in the teaching and nursing professions. Alumnae in the Urder of Carmel are Caring for the aged. Others having Chosen the married state are teaching their own little ones the truths of religion. Teachers. nurses. secretaries. librarians-these and other professions number the Mount graduates in their ranks: overseas and seattered through the United States they may be found. It is with firm confidence and dauntless Courage that we pass under the portal of Christ's out- stretched arms and fN'la1'y's hlue mantle to our place in the life that stretches before us in the years ahead. I t "SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER MER WE THANK YOU, MOTHER Mr. and Mrs. Ma 1111 al V. A 1'1' uda Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Audet Mrs. Evelyn Baker Mr. and Mrs. George R. Berger Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Bigos Mr. and Mrs. James F. Biltcliff Mr. and Mrs. David C. Black Mr. and Mrs. Roland H. Booth Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rreault Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Camara Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carreiro Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Chorlton Mr. and Mrs. Donast Coderre Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoenigke Mr. and Mrs. Raoul Comtois Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Connell Mr. and Mrs. Samples Costa Mr. and Mrs. Manuel L. Costa Mr. and Mrs. Everett C. Cowell Mr. William J. Daley Mr. and Mrs. Joseph De Costa Mr. and Mrs. John J. Drislan Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Fazio Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fi 1111 eran Mrs. Cecile Foley Mr. and Mrs. William Fontaine Miss Katherine Goff Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. AND DAD and Mrs. John S. Haggerty and Mrs Michael J. Hanley and Mrs. Thr miri as A. Hartley and Mrs. George F. Joseph and Mrs. William Lambert Doris Lavoie and Mrs Jolm W. Ma xixi ing and Mrs. Edward J. Martin and Mrs James P. Martin and Mrs Frank J. McCann and Mrs Leo A. Michaud and Mrs. Lawrence E. Mithers and Mrs. C. Richard Moore and Mrs E1-nest P. M01-rissette and Mrs. Jean B. Ouellette and Mrs John Potts and Mrs. Joseph Roias and Mrs. Albert R. Ross Albina Roy and Mrs. Thomas P. Ryan and Mrs Tiargo Silvia and Mrs Arthur A. Smith and Mrs. Manuel F. Soares and Mrs Frank I. Sylvia and Mrs Roland Thihault and MIS Jolm C. Thomas and Mrs. William Virdinlia HONORARY PATRONS The Mosi' Reverend James L. Connolly. D. Sc. H. His Excellency Rf. Rev. James Gerrard, V. G. R+. Rev. Edmund J. Ward Rev. Edward J. Gorman, A. M. Rev. Alfred J. E. Bonneau Rev. Felix S. Childs Rev. Raymond T. Considine Rev. Francis J. Cooney, C. S. Sp. Rev. Joseph Cournoyer Rev. Eugene Dion Rev. Laureano C. dos Reis Rev. William H. Harringion Rev. J. Adrien Gaufhier Rev. John J. Kelly T Rev. Anslem Kwilos, O. F. M. C., Admin. Rev. Thomas M. Landry, O. P. Rev. M. Leonidas Lariviere Rev. Joseph F. Lyons Rev. Lorenzo Murray Rev. Kerry O'Keene Rev. Joao V. Resendes Rev. Thomas F. Walsh BUSINESS PATRONS A +o Z Au+o Works Ada Rose Beau'ry Salon Amaral's Dairy Andrew's Fruif Sfand Arruda's Grocery Slore Beacon Cafe George T. Bolger, Esq. Boyer Paper Co., lnc. Campos and Sons David Shoe Sfore Dias Fish Markel' Dias Bro+her's Markel' Duggan's Sunoco Service Sfafion Eddie's Markel Ferreira Mfgs. Flinl' Card Shop Flinl' Baby Shop Friar's Plumbing Friend Mr. and Mrs. Peler Fazio Gendreau Furnifure Wilfred J. Gingras, Insurance Miss Kafherine M. Goff Guimond's Bakery Mr. and Mrs. John Haggerfy Harrie+'s Beaufy Shop Creamrich Ice Cream Harvey's Oil Friend, M. P. C. S. Dr. Joseph Healon Dr. J. Helfonbein Hendrick's Service S+a'rion High Poinl' Paper Box Corp. Hil+on's Bakery Horvifz-in-1'he-Flinl' lrene's lrene's Beauly Salon Johnny's Meal Markel' John's Cafe James Killoran, Esq. Krel"s Furnilure Siore Lawn 8: Garden Equipmeni Co., lnc Leonard's Package Slore Lion's Maguire's "Ha+s of Dis+inc+ion" J. Malicia's Texaco Gas Slafion Main Esso Garage Ming's Resfauranl Morins Cleaners and Dyers O'Brien's SupereHo M+. Pleasan+ and Whi+e Rose Bakery Pacific Bakery Dr. Alber+ ParroH Pleasanl Mea'r and Pouliry Rec+or's Spa Pleasan+ Mo'rors Shor+line Bus Co. Silvan Cleaners S+. Michael's Club S+. Bridgef Shop Sfarr Jeweler Swan Cleaners Pleasanl' S+. Super Markei' JN:HeJ Ewlilgolcllng Works Rogers Shee'I' Meial 0 n ' f an Roger-S Variew AHy. Cecilia Newfon Welch Rolling Rock Spa Whl+e's Resfaurani' Royal Sfore Dr. N. 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Balfour Company 'I"I"I"I"I' Beedem's 'I' Billy's Cafe 'I' Louis Bernard 'I' Bonner Flowers 'I' Brough+on's Cleaners 'I' Dr. Roland Chouinard 'I' Mer+ Brown's Marlcei' 'I' Cenfer Beau'ry 'I' Chorlfon Foundry Co., Inc. 'I"I' Dr. Maurice Clemeni 'I' Cowell, Complimenis Io Pafricia Cropper Florisl' 'I' D 8: D Sales Service 'I' Dr. Adelard O. Demers, Jr. 'I' Dr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Dionne W. T. Donnelly Funeral Service Fall River Sieam 8: Gas Pipe Co. 'I' Fazio Chair Shop 'I' James Fifzgerald 'I"I"I' Texfile Machinery Forresl Music 'I' Dr. Raymond B. Fournier, D. D. S. 'I"I' Friend 'I' Fernandes Dairy 'I' Tiverlon, Rhode Island 'I' EvereH Mofors 'I' Elsa's Card Shop 'I' Easfern Television 'I' Ford's Farm 'I' Norlh Tiverfon, Rhode Island 'I' John S. Ferry 8: Sons 'I' Con+rac+ors 'I' Friend of Joan's 'I"I' Firesione Sfores 'I' Daniel J. Fennelly, Jr. 'I' S+a+e Represenfafive Manuel Faria 'I' Gray Typewriier 'I' Globe Modernizing Co. 'I' Gene's Cleaners 8: Dyers, Inc. 'I' H. P. Hood 8: Son 'I' AHy. Joseph E. Hanify, Jr. 'I' AHy. Harringfon 'I' Hall's Music Siore 'I' Holden Au+o Paris 'I' Hyco Beverages 'I"I"I' J. Carreiro Plumbing 8: Heafing Norfh Tiverion, Rhode Island 'I' Jefferson Salvage Co. 'I"I' Jesus-Marie Academy 'I' Joseph's Variefy 'I' Jorge Pouliry 'I' Kocon Meal 8: Provisions 'I' Mr. and Mrs. Donal Lahaie 'I' L. 8: B. Quali'I'y S+ores 'I' George T. Leach 8: Son 'I' Wes+porl', Massachuseiis 'I' LeComp+e Dairy 'I' Dr. Arfhur Leary 'I' Levesque Florisl' 'I' A'Hy. and Mrs. T. H. Levesque LevereH G. Teague 'I' General Insurance C. L Lynch 8: Sons 'I"I' Sheel' Me+al Worlcs Made-Rife Po+a+o Chip Co. 'I' Mar+in 8: Sullivan Shoe Slore 'I' Massey Coaches 'I' Norfh Tiverlon, Rhode Island 'I' Mason's Furnilure 'I' Marlcland's Mofor Service 'I' Joseph McManus 'I' Mr. Leon Mello 'I' Wedding Invi+a'I'ions Munroe Eleclric 'I' Joseph T. Mifhers 'I' General Con+racl'or 'I' Mafhieu Coal Company 'I' Molher McAuley Guild 'I"I"I"I"I' Nor+h End Dairy 'I' AH'y. F. D. 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