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

 - Class of 1968

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RI :xx U B L I Mount Saint Mary I QL 152 BLBTTION J'f,?.f'g PUBLIC IHQHAHY 0 mv Hi 1968 1 Y T S ,B FAU' EK' Our fllemories 32036003913577 C Cl Cf 6 my FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS A dministra tion 6 Senzors Closzng 58 ' I8 Activities 40 , fait- 0 --.,::-, FQ. fa I if 'T' 'Q-,Hur - '--'-. ,ug 57" Dedica tea' to RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR JOHN H. HACKETT "His opinions and judgments were widely sought and acknowledged by everyone in and out of the diocese." A native of Fall River, Right Reverend Monsignor John H. Hackett was elevated to the ranlc of Right Reverend Monsignor in 1964, at the closing of the Second Vatican Council. The youngest priest ever appointed to the position ol Domestic Prelate, Monsignor Hackett was one of the most highly esteemed members of our diocesan clergy. ' We. the young members of our Christian community are particularly indebted to Monsignor Hackett for his example of Christlilce dedication and service. As assistant curate at St, Thomas More Church, Somerset. and later. as chaplain and religious instructor at Sacred Hearts Academy in Fall River, Monsignor served the youth of our diocese in what was destined to be a brief but intensely effective priesthood. To this outstanding man the seniors ol Mount Saint Mary Academy dedicate the 1968 MERCYCREST. W, fc '- P ELI B L. ' V UBRH ADMINISTRATION Each pure and gentle deed of mercy brings An honest recompense, and from it Iooms That sovereign IcnoWIecIge of thy cluty done -- A joy beyond aII dignities on earth. H. MILLER ERCY ' 1 nv.. . mis? 3 06, 4 Bishops The Most Reverend james Joseph Gerrard, Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Fall River, has a deep and growing interest in the betterment of the individual through Catholic education. We shall ever remember him as the man who rejoiced in giving service to others. His Excellency, the Most Reverend james Louis Connolly, has always shown interest in our diocesan high schools and in their activities. He has devoted much of his time to the promotion of Catholic secondary education and has always encouraged academic excellence in the Fall River Diocese. uperintcnalerzt Reverend Patrick O'Neill, Superintendent of Schools, dedicates himself to the planning of our diocesan school curriculum. It is his task and privilege to provide for the intellectual and spiritual formation of all the students in our diocese, in accordance with the progress of the Church in the modern world. A ICE -ved" . .Iwi 'iv' ' - As Mother Provincial of the Sisters of Mercy of the province of Providence, Mother Mary Kieran has been a source of encouragement to both the faculty and students at the Mount. We, the Senior Class, are grateful for her guidance. Mother Provincial Assistant Mother Provincial With due consideration to each Sister's abilities and qualifications, Sister Mary Nathaniel, Assistant Mother Provincial, provides every Mercy school with a professionally trained religious faculty. Her foresight assures the student body of teachers fully equipped to carry out their many works of mercy. 54. I-J',,.t , , .,'.,, ,iq A - i, , - F b yn., .V . JS... sv X FI:7,L jug Rl, , xiii r N X N -1' 'vt -. .A x -1 u - 2 ,-- ,,:5.+ ' -.1 , w mv my-P What a privilege it is to have Sister Kathleen M. Farley as our new principal! Sister, who knows the delicate art of tempering firmness with kindness, has earned the respect and admiration of all. PfliHCIPUl Vice Pfl.HCIPdl XX'e Mount girls hail Sister Mary Ludivine, our vice-principal, as our dynamic example of dedication, Alert to our needs, Sister is always eager to help and to advise us. Faculty "A hundred virtues rise . Besides teaching Spanish and modera- ting the Spanish Club, Sister Mary Denisita linds a certain reward in con- ducting religion classes. Sister devotes much of her class time preparing each girl to lead a true and intense Christian life. Sister Mary Owen, a vivacious new member of the Mount faculty, spends most of her time in the gym organizing our many enjoyable sports activities. Sister's schedule also includes world history. 5f5f5i'F1+ gqzifkmfiws :Latte 'vii-sf was msn , 59.3- ,,,l' A devoted English teacher, Sister Carol Mary is also a member of the religion department. She finds her role as moderator of the MERCIAN a challenging one. The Humanities Club is a new project for sister. 0-Q ' P ,yea 'Q . wr " vc- -v Aw. '1 '31 -' ' Mrs., ..- Sister Mary Antonine, history teacher, and Elaine Chaves enjoy the many new books supplied by our library. it lf D' WU .15 'N 1 mi- 7 A1z.Ax'r1ot': My ,, '-X0-3,-,V . , , ., , ..-. . -fy.q,QV:p ' XXQXO bi, V- fs J YIAICI - XL 13,4 ...Q 'ID ll , J- Q i'v.v '. Sister Mary Adele, French and Spanish teacher and French Club moderator, shares a light moment with her budding French scholars. in shapes of Mercy, Charity and Love . . . "Buenos dias, clase!" Spanish class marks the beginning of Sister Mary Ludivine's busy day. Our vice-principal also finds time to moderate our vocal Student Council and to direct our dra- matic productions. J'-f .. Sister Mary LaSallette divides her time between the Guidance Oliice and the Business Department, wherein she teaches oiiice practice, typing, and shorthand. Her role as Guidance Counselor includes giving experienced advice to all girls in need of help, whether it be in the realm of immediate part-time work or of future professions. ir' ,, N 7- X ' ' F 'x Sister Mary Francella, a new faculty member, teaches typing and English. Here sister is commenting on Jane Soroka's line booklet. Joanne Drewniak looks on approvingly. Sister Mary Phyllis and Sheila Jennings check through slides pertaining to France. Sister, who teaches French, religion, and geometry, also mod- erates the Debate Club and the National Honor Society. tin' p . ' .A , ii cg 6 , ' lu .. V , A ,:t?...,..- . QF-xx 7, ,, . t Y 39' ' T 1 ., f n Ni l --V . A X -I I f . , . .A . fffiiii gn' Tl zu: r 1, Hn kit. - 1 ., ' -' 2 fp rut? 1 J' M U ,kim ul '. if fl ki J 4 x iigyl -+4', U ?.-If A "f, .ny .L Nikizi. '1- M 5 it - , -fe- ..' -. on f jj- !r ..:..,u. --Ziff' w ifi -Q.: ..--1"' --4 ' .,5 gi ru ' X I X--be-fig Q13-' , gag ln-'Q , ".awaw",S,'.':, 31 TTA 1164!- ., Tig, . ,B-1,- l I 5 f' 'r ..-I CC tv 1, vm V, ,av 5 ' ' , 'JA 'Y' l l" . .lg 'J .lla , 4' thu .-.Ll-. ri ' . i , Q l im i -1-'I Sister Mary Bonaventure, one of our librarians, offers Cynthia Dufresne some valuable advice on how to study. A -el: '- -nf . Y' .-sf: , ,N ,an vyv 6 es,- 'Wifi as ,nl ' Yi' I6 Julius Caesar is one of Sister Mary Fidelis' favorite Roman characters. Sister, who teaches Latin and English, is always eager to assist all Mounties. Here Cheryl Rous- seau consults with Sister. to walk the world, and bless it." DICKENS Patricia Foy, co-editor of the MERCY- CREST, and Sister Marie Elizabeth, our librarian, MERCYCREST moderator, and English teacher, browse through 1967 yearbooks. Sister Mary Albertus, biology teacher, Science Club and Sodality moderator, instructs Virginia Plant and Betty Ann Picard in the use of the microscope. TOP RIGHT: With Paula Motta's assistance, Mrs. McConnell, math teacher, demonstrates one way to measure an angle. Orchestra and Glee Club, religion and music classes, comprise a full school day for Sister Therese Mary. Lister Mary Michella, religion and history teacher, super- vises a debate in her American Government class. ANGELS of MERCY What doth the Lord require of thee, But to do justly, And to love mercy, And to Wall: humbly with thy GOC1. M1CAH4:4 MERCY 3,3 , A Ai 1 , ,X VV SISTER ANGELA CONSUELO. OP. SISTER JOAN FRANCIS SlSI'ER LUZ AMPARO 795 Middle St. St. Anne OF JESUS, OP. DE LA MERCED. OP. Fall River. Mass. 795 Middle Sl. St. Anne 795 Middle St. Sl. Anne Fall River, Mass. Fall River, Mass. I say that we are wound with mercy, round and round." nopxms N mv KAREN MARY AGUIAR DEBORAH ANN ANDREW LENA BERNADINE ARRUDA I8 Lalce Ave. Si. Theresa 475 Hooper Si. Si. Siepl1en 95 Killaum Sl. St. Palriclc Tiverton, R. l. No. Tiverton. R. l. Fall River. Mass. M . A hs. 1 .Linen sag 'N-wg. . - . . ,. E125 . ---T, iz, -f .fcgb .v , -rw . .. -- -.--.y 1 1-. fv 4, , s...4f..,v I - ---: Lg-Q , sm . V: ,:,,AJ:- q1-v:..L: -EX Q ff 'T fi? E 5-1:-."f.T 2 A 'fm ,54-ig, 5 : ' n 531: 'T- s-f'1LHqR,H C .,,ijETYpE JHURCH 9 SUSAN LILLIAN ARRUDA I RQ 589 Poitross Sl. Sl. Palricit Liim ii ' . Fa Rix er Mass. ,,,.- eff, ,fad ,div ur ""'.'-'Q W. .-' 1 ,,.,pr""w One of the duties of Ruth Faris' ofiice as 73,2 'X " senior class president is to make the girls 'e5i.!..L. ' aware of their responsibilities as Christians. f -f-2 , I-in +35 ELL, 4-. 'E--133 -A ,, x., 5' IVIAUREEN ELIZABETH AUSTIN SANDRA HELEN BARLOVV ANNETTE BEAUDOIN 38 Mccaiiion Si. SL Michael 1215 Rodman Sl, SS. Peter and Paul 46 Robert Gray Ave. Holy Ghosl Swansea, Mass. Fail River, Mass. Tiverton, R. i. l dh.- ,I 4 X DIANE EVELYN BERGER 222 Barnes St. Notre Dame Fall River, Mass. "Is 'Yaz' up next?" Jacqueline Cummings, Patricia Smith, Judith DePaola and Mary Z6-A - - S2 16,1 f ,S f '- ,Af Beth Soares Student Council omcers, cheer . r ,-.,,,g- Km 'YI J, N IU , Y QV - A ...........-..,,........., t..-,...m.5-- S the Red Sox on to victory. We filvffajf A 1 lv-v X. 'L 1 is E SUSAN LORRAINE BERNIER DIANNE MARIE BLANCHETTE ELAINE VV. BLEAU I6 Blaisclell Ave. Holy Ghost 42 Bulfinton Sl. SS. Peter and Paul 2860 No. Main Sl. Sl. Vincenl Tiverlon. R. l. Fall River, Mass. Fall River, lxlass. Zn" ' 7 - ii JEANNE MADELEINE BOULAY DONNA MARIE BOUFIN 206 Leonard St. Sl. Mathieu 580 Bradford Ave. St. Louis Fall River, Mass. Fall River. Mass. For Mercy, courage, kindness, mirth There is no measure here on earth'-1 NANCY JEAN BRADY CYNTHIA ANN CALLAGHAN SHEILA MARIE CPSWARA 35 Merrm Drive Holy Ghosg Simpson 'Hang St. Bemard 1749 Main Road bl. Christopher Tiverton. R, I, Assonet, Mass. Tiverton. R. I. 1.5 X., N- .- SUSAN CAROLE CAMARA DIANE SUSAN CARON JEANNINE MARIE CARPENTIER T2 Bowers Sl. Sl. Patrick 25 Laura St. SI. Christopher 645 Rodman SI. SS. Peter and PauI Fall River, Mass. Tiverton. R. I. FaII River, Mass. Nay, they whither root and stem If an end is set to themf, BINYON N-f-ff-.ri I 4: x,W i 5 Y . ,. Y V - i'. I 135, 1 1 I 1 ' ' I. A-A 'A LOUISE LAURA CHARLAND ELAINE MARIE CHAVES ANDREA JEAN CICHON -1755 NorlI1 Main Sl. St. IVIalI1icu 163 WiIIiam St. SI. Louis 234 Centre SI. SI. S!anisIaus FaII River, Mass. FaII River, Mass. FaII River. Mass. ,'W! 'tr' Me" Cl'lRlSTlNE ANNE COFFEY Cl'lARLOl IE CLAIRE CORMIER Sl'lEll--X ANN CORRE.-X l68 Merrill Ave. Holy Ghost 32 Chester Sl. Sl. Theresa QTI Xvalnul St. St. Anthony ol Padua Tiverton. R. l. Tiverlon. R. l. Fall River, Nlass. ,, :Q JACQUELINE FAE CUMMINGS 248 Hasltell St. Sl. Joseph Fall River, Mass. Sandra Barlow, editor of the 1968 MERCY- CREST, breathes a sigh of relief as she sends the linal MERCYCREST copy to destination printer. Congratulations, Sandra, for a job well done! l fi 'Ng'-"' 2 5...-.n 957 Y'--V 'fik -. DONNA GRACE DEAZVEDO 455 Coggeshall Sl. SS. Peter and Paul Fall River, Mass. JUDITH ANN DEPAOLA 201 Whipple St. Sl. Mary Fall River, Mass. JANE M. DESOUTO 59 Clmace Ave. Holy Glmosl Tiverton. R. l. JUDITH CHRISTINE DOOLAN 50 Cottage St. Si. Mary Fall River, Mass. JOANNE CAROLYN DREWNIAK 904 Broadway Sl. Stanislaus Fall River, Mass. JEANNINE MARIE DUBOIS II9 Baird Sl. St. Jean Baplisle Fall River. Mass. K5 60 W"-.1 ,x, ,vw ff! 1 -- fe- , x , ,., . . W' -' V 5 1 F3 . it' ig . 3, wi:- l,TiNllll.X lkllllxfxlxl IN ll4lgENl1 fr Nl lll Nl I X1 llill Num, V... YIYIAN Xl XXX lil 'NNN 'I 'I 28 fijliu-r SI l Unix l'.ilI lint-r, Nlam RUTH Nl.-XRIE FARIS 206 Nlcfloslicy Sl, St. :Xnllmny ol llie Desi-rt Fall River, lxlass. KATHLEEN ANN FORREST 5l Cedar Ave. Sl. Anllwny Porlsmoutll, R, l. Delegates from every homeroom repre- sented Mt. St. Mary in the annual Fatima pilgrimage held in October at Mt. St. Rita, Cumberland. , 'sv f-v Y""' fi In between school activities Mounties Diane Caron, Charlotte Cormier, Nancy Brady, Christine Coffey, Donna McDer- mott, and Maureen Austin indulge in some "girl talk." PATRICIA ELIZABETH FOY 84 Dover St. SS. Peter ancl Paul Fall River, Mass. BARBARA ANN FRANK 486 Third St. Sr. Mary Fall River, Mass. LUCIA MARIE GAGNON 153 Thelma Ave. St. John ol God Somerset, Mass. BARBARA ANN C-ANCZARSKI 275 Brayton Ave. Holy Cross Fall River, Mass. Sweet mercy ah is nobilizies true Iladgt-LH SHAKESPEARE PS EQ MARGERY ELIZABETH GAZZERO ' l78 Waller St. St. Patrick Fall River, Mass. MARY ELIZABETH HARRINGTON ' Y A' 608 Weetamoe St. Holy Name Fall River, Mass. ANN MARIE HELGER 4041 Main Road SL Madeleine Tiverton, R. l. X' SHARON ANN JANICK 37 Benton Sl. SS. Peter anrl Paul Fall River, Mass. PAULA MARIE JARABEK 43 Smilll Sl. Holy Cross Fall River, Mass. JANET KAREN .IEAN 299 Bircll Sl. SI. Palriclc Fall River, Mass. 1 up gif A -if .fin T51 " tw .?l'lgQjl', , 'e'34,,. .'f 1 ,iq .Q 1 . 4 vi 9 5 i V'--47 K.-'KTHRYN ELLEN ,lONES 505 President Ave. Sl. loseplw Fall River, Mass. Give thanks to the Lord, f x l BARBARA ANN LAVOIE 21 No. Court Sl. Sl. .loseplw Fall River. Nlass. COLEEN MARY LAMBERT DENISE LOUISE LAUZIER 294 Camlmriclge Sl. SS. Peter ancl Paul 193 Brightman SL SL Malhieu Fall River, Nlass. Fall Riyer' Nlags. or His mercy endures foreverf, PSALM 156 MARY RUFH LEVESQUE DONNA ELIZABEFH MCDERMOTT 57 Salisbury Sl. St. William 28 Bigelow St. Holy Name Fall River. lVlass. Fall River. Mass. gjgsrf " - I' X FRANCES MARY MANNING 2018 Pleasant St. Immaculate Conception Fall River. Mass. Senior Denise Lauzier shows her freshman sister, Suzanne, how to slack books in limited locker space. x , s x JO-ANN MARIAN MATFOS 548 King Philip Sn. Sn. Patrick 32 Fall River, Mass. ll! A N-U-'Eflfff ,If 71'RiiQl2 - A-gy-1,,l,f 4, ' . g-:Sig lg-gl' H . 21-:Q A 'w '57 J JEAN LOUISE MEHLMANN Buslmec Rd. St. Dominic Swansea, Mass. MARGARET EDNA MORGAN 50 Waller SL SL Pillfifli Fall River. Nlass. I x 'iissa X MARTHA ELLEN NUGENT 3l0 BeImonl Sl. SL Joseph FaII River. IVIass. Our latest addition to the senior class, Maria da Conceicao Baptiste de Paiva, is an exchange student from Portugal. Maria, who has already graduated from high school, speaks six languages, and is study- ing English at Mount. ff", x if I I N I FR.-XNCINE LOUISE OUIMETI' DOROTHY MARIE PACHECO NATALIE MARIE PATRICIO ISI Marchand St. Notre Dame ITI Snell St. SS. Peter and Paul 2995 No. Main Sl. St. .Ioscph FaII River, Nlass. FaII River, Mass. Fall River, Mass. YJX, .1 X? BETTY ANN PICARD ANA MARIA PIMENTEL DONNA LOUISE PIRES 4-F Hillside Manor St. Rocll 85 Beach St, Santo Christo ll2 Holliston Ave. SI. Anthony Fall River, Mass. Fall River, Mass. Portsmouth, R. l. Mercy droppetlz as a gentle rain from heaven UPON the PIGCQ benelltllfs SHAKESPEARE 22 s.--A A S ""-55? fc..a'o-f La l l ,,.f .Y VIRGINIA EILEEN PLANT PAMELA ANN PLUNKEIT DOROTHY ANN POLKA 656 Second St. St. Mary 239 Warren St. SS. Peter and Paul 514 Snell Sf- Holy Cmss Fan River' Mass' Fall River. Mass. Fall River. Mass. shun-09 I , .1 IO-ANN POULIOT ARLENE FRANCES RAPOZA DIANE ELAINE RIOUX 44 Smitlmics SI. Notre Dann- 405 Hooper SI. Holy Glmse 202 Bracllorcl Avo. Sl. Anne Fall River. Mass. Tiverton, R. I. Fall River. Mass. oc , HIS TTlerCy reaches from age to age for those who fear Himf, MAGNIFICAT .fa 'VY f N X I 1 f DIANE NIARIE ROCHEFORT BEVERLY ANN SENRA MARY LOUISE SHEA IH! Crawlorcl SI, Blessvd Sacramcnl 225 Jepson Sl. Immaculate Conceplion 352 Pearce St. St. .I0sepI1 Fall River, Hass. Fall River, Mass. Fall River, Mass. 'sxiwl Q i f fvrxzssz wan W , M. P, 5 T fligfai: Q if ' 5 gi, jff A' I' .. Eflhq "i35.f"g-,'.2' ii-if" 1 45 T1 ' N .h A gif-'5f:'.:.5 -X -fr' - F iff " 5 1 -- at . 1' ji r DEBORAH JEAN Sll..VlA PATRICIA ANN SiNllTH NANCY -l'l'liQRl2SA SNYDER 38 lXaulman Road Holy Ghost Tl Sebastian Sl, St. Palriclc 244 Locust Sl. Sl. Roch Tiverlon, R, l. Somcrscl, Blass, Fall River, Nlass. JACQUELINE ANN SOARES 29 Lapham Sl. SS. Pcler and Paul Fall River, Mass. 'an "Come on, Pat! Let's win for the seniors Will we ever forget the fun we had at our Gym Jamboree? Here Patricia Smith cap- tured the mood of those hilarious moments. "in Ukglv MARY ELIZABETH SOARES II6 Liberty St. Santo Christo Fall River. Mass. JANE SUSAN SOROKA 33 Norwood Ave. St. Anthony Portsmoutlm, R. I. JO ANN SOUZA I2I Sycamore St. Our Lady OI Fatima Swansea, Mass. JOYCE ANN STEC I-13 Baircl St. Holy Cross Fall River, Blass, MARIE E. SULLIVAN T6 Cottage St. St. NI:-mry Fall River, Mass. MARY JANE SULLIVAN l33 INIoI1awIc Road St. Patrick Somerset, Mass. V" ' 'ff A if - 1' 'view .xxx ret 5l'Ni1Si1N lfsx .gre ' ' -f'-1 ' M - six 'J X 11 ingr-' tggznr hh Xxltllitvf fi. xi iilwuulx l'lt.:4 boiunrbel, finer, I'Alfl,.-X l1LIZ.XBlflH 5XX'Llfi ui fin' ilu ef fl itll! Kincr, Xifuxs, REBECCA PAULINE TARABOLSKI 47 Sprague St. SL Louis Fail River, Mass, JANE ELLEN TEYES '55 Bit, Hope Ave. St, Palricic Fail River, Mass. Senior Sodality ofiicers and moderators who represented Mount at the SSCA are Ann Suneson, Mary Harrington, Sister Mary Albertus, and Betty Ann Picard. Y -. '-r--f" Our three smiling Dominicans, Sister Luz Amparo, Sister joan Francis, and Sister Angela Consuelo, reminisce over the many joyful moments they have experienced at Mount during their years here. KAREN MARIE TOMMER 400 Bclmonl Sl. Sl. .l0SePl" Fall River, Mass. MARY LOU TREEFUL H05 Bulgarmarsh Rtl. St. Theresa Tiverton, R. l. FRANCES LOUISE TYRRELL 625 Glolzrc Sl. Sl. Palriclt Fall River. Mass. CAROL ANN VIEIRA 227 Rhoclc lslantl Ave. St. Elizahcllx Fall River. Mass. NANCY ALISON VVHITE 5l Ann Avenue St. Anthony Portsmouth, R. l. 27" DIANE LOUISE WITKOWSKI 633 Second St. St. Nlary If 'i wm?,g.n5rf Fall River, Mass. V All over the world, Done in the quiet and sly, Mercy is p9TfOTm8Cl- NATAUE PATRICIO . 1 m'. A x v. ,ff X N x WM .3:.11.3 -1 :. ,,:-,- Q... , .. . X, . . , . , 1 2 wav'- . ' 'i r...,.. 'E " "3' W' if LQ 4 MERCY UNTO OTHERS Teach me to feel another's Woe, To hide the fault I see: That mercy I to others show, That Mercy show to me. ALEx.Po MERCY S0a'al1'iy Under the direction of Sister lxlary Albertus, Socialists, in imitation ol lxlary, continually practice the spiritual and corporal works ol mercy in spirit and in truth, Our new members of Sodality, the Probationers, show their eager anticipation of group activi- ties. These sophs are always ready to display their love of God by giving of themselves to others in need of help. mimi. is 1ullIrwltuunm:Iu' Sodality officers Ann Suneson, prefect, Mary Har- rington, treasurer, Betty Ann Picard, vice-prefect, jane McDonald, vice-prefect of the juniors, Diane Lavoie, treasurer of the juniors, and Coleen Lam- bert, secretary, skim their latest plans for a Christ- mas party to be held for the retired sisters at the Mount convent. Pictured here are the senior and junior members of the Sodality. These girls undertake many spiritually rewarding endeavors, such as making Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets and distributing them to needy homes. All the members try to instill in others a Christ-like attitude towards everyday life. The underclass members of the Student Council. juniors: Carol Costa, Ann Potvin, Marilyn Bentley, Charlene George, Joyce Rocha, Nancy Martel. Sophomores: Barbara Lacerda, Nicole Letendre, Patricia Cummings, Diane Desmaris, Katherine McMullen, Susan Pacheco. Freshmen: JoAnn Przewoznik, Suzanne Cadieux, Judy Prystac, Ann Collington. The senior members of the Student Council, Mary Lou Shea, Ruth Faris, Judith Doolan, Diane Berger, Mary Harrington, Mary Jane Sullivan, and Coleen Lambert, enjoy discussing the activities of their organization. 52111016115 Cozmc1'! "-2 ' :Z The Student Council maintains a line ol open communication hetween faculty and student hotly, Sister Nlary lsuclivine moderates this organization. Mary Beth Soares, Patricia Smith, Judith DePaola and Jacque- line Cummings, the four senior oliicers of the Student Council, explore the world, Tatiana! Honor ocietf e y i lille UCLA National Honor Sociely memhers must he young ladies ol outstanding character, service, and leadership. They are chosen uncler lhe guiding hancl ol Sister Nlary Phyllis. ....,- -. 5 .....9' Behold the oflicers of the National Honor Society! Seated are judith Doolan, vice-president and Martha Nugent, president. Stand- ing are Susan Bernier, secretary, and Diane Berger, treasurer. 44 v WS li Two U.C.L.A. brain powers in the College Bowl are Ann Suneson and Dianne Blanch- C ette. Pushing for U. Mass. are Diane Rochefort, Mary 1 Harrington, Jeanne Boulay, and Ruth Faris. Our con- scientious scorekeepers are Cynthia Callaghan, for U.C.- L.A., and Andrea Cichon, for U. Mass. On the stairway to success are the seventeen seniors who are active members of the National Honor Society. Each girl radiates the qualities of leader- ship, service, scholarship and character. N Debate SOC!i!'fl' The Dt7l3aiC Socit-ix' train: ils memlwr- io ihinlt logically an-'i to subslanliztlt- Opinion with lad, Sister hlary Phyllis moderator, assures us that, although hard xvorlc is required, gn-at rt-wards are reaped Left lo right are: Cynthia O'Connell, jane Ar- senault, Nicole Letendre, Laurie Sampson. Cheryl Rousseau, Madeleine Lemaire, Cheryl Dean, Cathy Polak, Dawn Hannafin, and Carol Vasconcellos, who constitute the Anne Brownell Debate Society. Our debaters have held their own in this year's series of tournaments, and Mount salutes their achievement. Vivacious debaters, Carol Vasconcellos and Nicole Providing oratorical incentive for the Debate Club are its otiicers, left Letendre, search for additional information on this to right: Cheryl Rousseau, president, Dawn Hannahn, vice-president: year's debate topic. This is Nico1e's second year in Cynthia O'Connell, librarinng Cathy Polak, secretary. debating, Carol is a newcomer. ! new l7iDPi19 1 X, kv? his Y,.r" Q-J is It s. .. f" if ' , the :fy ' 41 ul .f"' if 2 5 lr Y 1-'J , s - f' V ppf' A 4 Lan uaffe 4? This year's winners of our annual French hat contest were: Donna Imbriglio, Marie Sullivan, Diane Berger, Maureen Janick, Doris Levesque, and Laurian Cavanaugh. Our two French Club presidents are Jeanne Boulay and Kathy Forrest. ln lit-eping with moclern requirements for the study oi Y C - . . The Spanish Club Chose the following Moumies languages. the . lount curriculum offers Spanish and to lead: Am., Hefko, ,.ice,Pre5idem: Christine French. The Spanish Club is under Sister hlary Denisita's Talbot, IICHSUFCF1 MSU' I-OU Shea, Secretary: and direction. while Sister lxlary Adele guides the French Club. Lucia Gagnon, president. nw' Q These charming lassies are the senior members of the Spanish Club: left to right, Elaine Chaves, Jacqueline Cummings, Sandra Barlow, Patricia Foy, Judith DePaola, Janet Jean, Coleen Lambert, Rebecca Tarabolski. Under Sister Mary Denisita's direction, they plan the year's activities. Donna McDermott, senior biology student, finds great reward in her lab classes. Here Donna follows directions on how to use the microscope. IFES I ll lflf' 54,317 'C Science Club officers are: presidents, Donna Pires, Cheryl Rousseaug vice-presi- dents, Martha Nugent, Dawn Hannafing secretaries, Susan Bernier, Laurie Samp- song treasurers, Barbara Lavoie, Betty Ann Beamg recorders, Kathy jones, Constance Rapoza. Science Club members malte ample use ol our modern equipment and laboratory facilities. Sister Blary Albertus, moderator, introduces us to the wonder and joy ol , discovery. A group of representative Science Club underclass members, with a desire to learn as much as possible about the scientific world, have begun their search for scientific achievement through the club and its activities. Science 47 pf ,,...1c-1 Confident Lorna Bronhard stands smiling be- tween Mount's co-captains, Patricia Golden and Virginia Lowney. ports For this year's pep, Mount depends upon Donna Castanho, Elaine Chaves, Donna Boutin, Judith Pimento, Denise Berube, Susan Morin, Marilyn Bentley, Sheila Correia, and Judith DePaola. Fun and competition are plentiful in the sports depart- tnt-nl nl Blount. The laasltetball team, encouraged by Sister hlary Owen, moves toward victory this year. "Aim high-and hitch your ball to a basket!" Mount's team is: seated- Virginia Lowney, and Patricia Golden, co-captains: kneeling- Denise Levas- seur, joyce Andrews, Laurian Cavanaugh, Maureen janick, Patricia Howard: standing-Gay Chrupcala, Patricia Cummings, Lucy Bettencourt, Colleen Gillick, Lorna Bronhard, Marguerite Letendre. 15 .....v., -4? 5 Ann Bibeau, Kathryn Jones, Barbara La- voie, Diane Lavoie, and Mary Jane New- bury are seen at our Masquerade Party faithfully anticipating the arrival of the "Great Pumpkin." Will doubting Diane scare him away? "Get that ball over," shouts the enthus- iastic crowd at the gym-jamboree. Frances Manning tries .0 win for the seniors. New "spring" creations were modeled by Theresa LeBlanc and Theresa Morin at the gym-jamboree. S ,C ' ' .V 4 t .A .' . Q- ' V, r. V f . Terror struck Mount as Lucy Bettencourt made her appearance at our Sodality Halloween Party. Pumpkins, cornslniics, and autumn il'ilVOS provide alniosphcrc for our Hallo- wt-cn bllasqtu-raclv Party. Also on iWount's social calendar was tht- gym-jamboree. Parties . If i I yi. : M6l'CI.dH The five energetic page editors of the Merriam are: seated-Sharon janickg co-editors-in-chief, Diane Rochefort and Lena Arrudag standing- jeannine Dubois and Christine Coffey. The industrious Merrian staff includes: seated- joan Flanagan, Mary Crosson, Carol Costa, Denise Ouellette, Colleen MacDonald, Monica Grace: standing-Lucia Gagnon, Jeannine Dubois, Lena Arruda, Christine Coffey, Mary Levesque, jean Mehl- mann, Diane Rochefort, and Sharon janick. A two-time winner ot the National Scholas- lic Press Award for Journalism, the Mercian has given Nlount all the vital information on school activities. Sister Carol Nlary, moder- ator, helps mold the young journalists. Proudly looking over their completed work are Gail Moniz, Anne Hefko, Kathy McCann, Maureen janick, Maureen Cassidy, Patricia Golden, Nancy Martel. Sister Carol Mary, moderator, looks on. i ' if: ' The smiling faces of Sandra Barlow, literary editor, and Patricia Foy, co-editor of the Mercycrest, reveal their optimism. The Mercyrrest staff includes jo-Ann Souza, Margery Gazzero, Betty Ann Picard, Mary Louise Shea, Marie Sullivan, Nancy Snyder, Natalie Patricio, Deborah Silvia, Cynthia Dufresne, Fran- cine Ouimet, Sheila Camara, Virginia Plant, and fnot picturedj, Diane Berger and Mary Jane Sullivan. ,alefcf r chyc' r 12 .S I The compiling ol our yt-airhoolc, llw VJ6' .l'l0r:' v Crest. is a maior 0IlfiK'ilXOl' utilizing ilu- llltlllf. artistic and literary talents ol tht- entire stuff. ilihv stail is grateful lo Sisti-r Nlurie Elizalni-th, moriar- . Y . . ator. whose gruclanct- has be-en in producing this yearlqoolt. ,441 4 Q 1-"Hi-X X. X .. x ff-.,. MEX i fy: , i - 5.-4 ..f ,I ' 'D H W 1 XLIBRAPY S ,X . The officers of the Orchestra pause to relax for a moment: Mary Levesque, concert mistress: Monica Grace, librarian, Mary Crosson, treas- urer: Coleen Lambert, presidentg Ann Helger, vice-presidentg Laurie Sampson, secretaryg Gail Raposa, librarian. Urchestra The orchestra, under the experienced clirection of hir. Arthur Paquette, pro- vides the musical backbone for all concert encleavors, and is an integral part oi hlounfs extra-curricula life. "Practice makes perfect." Orchestra members are happy to devote time and effort to foster a love and appreciation of music. Each perform- ance seems more enjoyable than the last. Underclassmen provided the musical background for Santa and his sleigh during our Christmas concert. Glee Club oiicers include: Andrea Cichon, Margery Gazzero, Charlene George, Elizabeth Perry, Suzanne Paquette, Susan Hinchcliff, jane McDonald, Janice Pieri, Suzanne Goulet, and Kath- leen Travers. Sister Therese Nlary helps proxicle the vitality which is so character istic ol our enthusiastic Glee Club T err loner and la orlous hours ol practice always seem to result ln sw eet shining hours ol song -we With joyous spirit the senior and Junior Glee Club members pose for a group picture. Marching through the symbol of the ring dance are Margaret Morgan and her escort, james Hardy. The occasion was the celebration dance honoring the reception of the junior class rings. lt has been a tradition at Mount to reserve this dance for juniors only. The memories ol those very special. enchanting nights Ch 0 .lt our school dances will ever he present in our hearts. A dazzling array of colors was dis- played at the Ring Dance. Even our stuffed animals enjoyed the fun. Diane Rochefort and her escort, Ron- ald Petrin, dance to the many musical selections played by the "Odds and Ends." t 'VY ' 1 in ' ' ""4llI ' ' if W ,lt i 1 1 N L W Charlotte Cormier and Ann Helger with respectiye escorts, Ernest Czekwinski and joseph Lipchinsky, enjoyed the memorable junior Prom. Our "Endless Summer" theme evoked a seaside setting with a romantic beach scene. The Junior Prom -zz night to remem' ber. How we wished that our "Endless Summer" would turn into an nc-ndiess eveningf' Vivian and Nicholas are entranced by the soft melodies "just right" for dancing. Happiness reigns as Eugene Vail, Judy DePaola, Judy Doolan, and Richard Levrault pause between musical selections at the Junior Prom. Xl r , -.x'4,., LZ'v1a"'.' E if ' ' t 151?Lf'i fj Ji j i K 19' funior Prom ko i .I 'ff:"'fa" v ,po . lJ-K--M m'r""' Works 0 rwercf 56 --Q . r, -Vi-. f -- S .. It H - .il .N Q75 .'iF'D 1"'.'T' , fi 1 ,uw Egirqgg-.,., "Hurry girls!" The toll of Christmas bells is near at hand as Dot Polka, Sharon janick, jackie Soares, Frances Tyrrell, Betty Ann Picard, and Martha Nugent help pack the many Christmas gifts donated by all the Mounties for neighboring needy children. Mount girls meet dear Sister Mary Rosarii and Sister Mary Ligouri at the Christmas party given for the aged sisters. . .. .f.,,,.U 'J "Qi", Tl 'v .L ,h -J FF" 'A YJ' W' '-W . A - l Wx 0 P ma '9 , lfvifibiu N If .A . ' - ,Q 7.1 nr' ta 44+ ma : if 41. 1. , 4 4- -'P - 'YW v Avdwaf ' 4 Qi Going Forth to Show Mercy I've left the past in Gocfs keeping, --the future His mercy shall clearg And what looks dark in the distance May brighten as I draw near. MARY BRAINARD MERCY a,w i 1 3 2 s 5 I V I I You in , uc A . 11 , n , 11 ggguvw' ' i -nu :uw in -ID' . - I ' ,I .1 no ,I I 21 I3 x. at U Ili H 1 . s 0 10 ll il ll Af gg w ro fl Z3 N 77 Jl f 198894 in in Il with I 1 J 7 I ! 50 N IS ll I7 Xl li ll ll u n n ii F - ' f' if 1 e e 1 s u ll u xa n so u u ns 27 no ll 1-ef? ,tif r-1 4 .Hi , as-L. , 1 1 A I 0 so u ' u U nl 17 u as 5 vs 8 -xgvg'-2' -,4- ,.n. '4 -'- 4g4.Zl gfnn-:. . Senior Directory SISTER ANGELA CONSUELO, O.P. SISTER JOAN FRANCIS OF JESUS, O.P. SISTER LUZ AMPARO DE LA MERCED, O.P. KAREN MARY AGUIAR-Debate Society 2, Secretary, Spanish Club 2,5,4. DEBORAH ANN ANDREW LENA BERNADINE ARRUDA-Spanish Club 2,3,4, Mercian 3,4, Co-editor. SUSAN L. ARRUDA - French Club 33 Glee Club 1,2,3. MAUREEN ELIZABETH AUSTIN -- Intramural 2,3, Debate Society 1, Librarian 2, Treasurer, French Club 4. SANDRA HELEN BARLOW-Spanish Club 2, 3,4, Mercycrest 4, Literary Editor. ANNETTE BEAUDOIN-Intramural 2, French Club 2,3. DIANE EVELYN BERGER - Sodality 2, Nation- al Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer, French Club 2,3,4, Liturgical Choir 1, Mercycrest 4, Class Vice-Presi- dent 4, Class Secretary 1,3. SUSAN LORRAINE BERNIER-National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary, French Club 2,3, Secretary 4, Liturgical Choir 1,2,3g Science Club 4, Secretary, Class Secretary 35 Class Treasurer 1. DIANNE MARIE BLANCHETTE-Intramural 1, National Honor Society 3,4, French Club 3,4, Glee Club 1. ELAINE W. BLEAU-Basketball 1, Intramural 1,2, Sodality 2,33 Glee Club 1,2,33 Liturgical Choir 1,2,3. JEANNE MADELEINE BOULAY-National Honor Society 3,4, French Club 2,3,4, President, Orchestra 1,2,3, Liturgical Choir 2, Class Treasurer 1, French National Honor Society 3,4. DONNA MARIE BOUTIN-Basketball 1,2,3, Intramural 1,2,3,4, French Club 3,4, Liturgical Choir 1,2, Cheerleading 4, Class President 2. NANCY JEAN BRADY-Intramural 2, French Club 33 Class President 1. CYNTHIA ANN CALLAGHAN- Sodality 2, Student Council 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Science Club 1,2Q Class President 33 Class Secretary 4, Class Treasurer 2. SHEILA MARIE CAMARA-Intramural 2, French Club 5, Glee Club 1, Liturgical Choir 2,3, Merrycrest 4, Science Club 1, Cheerleading 3, Class Vice-President 2. SUSAN CAROLE CAMARA-French Club 2,3. DIANE SUSAN CARON JEANNINE MARIE CARPENTIER-Sodality 3,4, Glee Club 3,4. LOUISE LAURA CHARLAND-French Club 2,3, Secretary 4, Glee Club 1,2,3,4. ELAINE MARIE CHAVES-Intramural 1,2, Sodality 1,2, Student Council 1, National Honor Society 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Liturgical Choir 1,2, Science Club 1,2, Cheerlead- ing 3,4, Head Cheerleader, Class President 1. ANDREA JEAN CICHON -National Honor Society 3,4, French Club 2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, President, Liturgical Choir 1,2,3, Class Treas- urer 4. CHRISTINE ANNE COFFEY-Intramural 1, Debate Society 1,2, French Club 3,4, Mercian 3,4, Page 3 Editor, Class Vice-President 33 National Honor Society 4. CHARLOTTE CLAIRE CORMIER SHEILA ANN CORREA - Sodality 2,3, Treas- urer 4, Glee Club 1,2,3, Liturgical Choir 1,2, Cheer- leading 4. JACQUELINE FAE CUMMINGS - Basketball 1, 2,35 Intramural 1,2,3,45 Student Council Treasurer 45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Liturgical Choir 1,2535 Class President 35 Class Secretary 2. DONNA GRACE DEAZVEDO - French Club 3, Vice-President 4, Treasurer5 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Liturgical Choir 1,25 Science Club 2. JUDITH ANN DEPAOLA - Spanish Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 152,35 Liturgical Choir 1,25 Cheerleading 45 Student Council Secretary 4. JANE M. DESOUTO-Liturgical Choir 1,2. JUDITH CHRISTINE DOOLAN-Student Council 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Vice-Presi- dent5 French Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,35 Class Secretary 3. JOANNE CAROLYN DREWNIAK -Intramural 25 Volleyball 45 Glee Club 1,25 Liturgical Choir 1. JEANNINE MARIE DUBOIS-Intramural 1,25 Volleyball 45 French Club 2,3,45 Mercian 3,4, Page 4 Editor. CYNTHIA LORRAINE DUFRESNE-Volley- ball 45 Glee Club 1,25 Liturgical Choir 1,25 Mercy- crest 45 Intramural 4. VIVIAN SUSAN DUSSAULT-Intramural 15 Glee Club 1,25 Liturgical Choir 1,2. RUTH MARIE FARIS-Intramural 15 Sodality 25 Student Council 35 National Honor Society 3,45 French Club 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Science Club 1,25 Class President 3,45 Class Secretary 15 French National Honor Society 3,4. KATHLEEN ANN FORREST-Intramural 15 National Honor Society 3,45 Debate Society 35 French Club 2,3,4, Presidentg Glee Club 2,3,45 Liturgical Choir 1,25 Science Club 2,4. PATRICIA ELIZABETH FOY- Spanish Club 2, 3,45 Mercycrest 4, Assistant Literary Editor. BARBARA ANN FRANK-French Club 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Class Treasurer 4. LUCIA MARIE GAGNON - Sodality 15 Spanish Club 4, President5 Intramural 1,2,3,45 Mercian 3,4, Sports Editor. BARBARA ANN GANCZARSKI-Intramural 25 Volleyball 2,4. MARGERY ELIZABETH GAZZERO-French Club 2,3,45 Intramural 15 Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Vice- President5 Liturgical Choir 1,25 Mercycrest 45 Class Vice-President 15 National Honor Society 4. MARY ELIZABETH HARRINGTON - Sodalitv 1,2,3,4, Treasurerg Student Council 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Debate 1,25 French Club 3.45 Intramural 15 Glee Club 1,2,3,4. ANN MARIE HELGER - Orchestra 1,2,3,4, 'Vice- President. SHARON ANN JANICK -Sodality l,2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Intramural 1,2535 Orchestra 1,2 3,45 Mercian 3,4, Page 2 Editor. PAULA MARIE JARABEK -Intramural 25 Class Treasurer 2. JANET K. JEAN-Student Council 25 Spanish Club 2,35 Intramural 15 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Litur- gical Choir 1,25 Class Vice-President 1. KATHRYN ELLEN JONES-French Club 3,45 Intramural 1,25 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Science Club 1,2,4. COLEEN MARY LAMBERT--Sodality 1,2,3,4, Secretaryg Debate 1,2, Librarian5 Spanish Club 2, 3,45 Basketball 2,35 Intramural 1,2,3, Captain5 Or- chestra 1,2,3,4, Presidentg Class Vice-President 2, 3,4. DENISE LOUISE LAUZIER - French Club 2,3,45 Orchestra 1,2. BARBARA ANN LAVOIE-French Club 3,45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Science Club 4, Treasurer. MARY RUTH LEVESQUE-Intramural 25 Or- chestra 1,2,3,4, Concert Mistressg Mercian 3,4, Business Editor, FRANCES MARY MANNING--Glee Club 15 Liturgical Choir 1,2. JO-ANN MARIAN MATTOS-Sodality 25 Stu- dent Council 15 Debate 15 French Club 3,45 Basket- ball 1,25 Intramural 1,25 Glee Club 3,45 Liturgical Choir 25 Science Club 2. DONNA ELIZABETH McDERMOTT - Basket- ball 1,2, J.V. Co-Captain 35 Intramural 2,35 Class Secretary 2. JEAN LOUISE MEHLMANN-Volleyball 2,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Mercian 3,4. MARGARET EDNA MORGAN-French Club 3,45 Intramural 15 Orchestra 1,2,3,4. MARTHA ELLEN NUGENT-Sodality 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,4, Presidentg French Club 3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 Intramural 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Science Club 2,4, Vice-President. FRANCINE LOUISE OUIMET-Sodality 1,2,35 Debate 2,35 Intramural 15 Liturgical Choir 1,25 Men-ycrest 4, Business Managerg Science Club 2. DOROTHY MARIE PACHECO-Spanish Club 2,35 Intramural 1,25 Glee Club 1,2. NATALIE MARIE PATRICIO - Student Council 15 French Club 3,45 Intramural 15 Glee Club 1,2, 3,45 Mercyt-rest 45 Science Club 15 Class Secretary 45 Class Treasurer 3. BETTY ANN PICARD-Sodality 1,2,3, Prefect 4, Vice-Prefect5 Student Council 25 Glee Club 3,45 Mercycrest 45 Class President 1. ANA MARIA PIMENTEL DONNA LOUISE PIRES-National Honor So- ciety 3,45 French Club 2,3,45 Intramural 15 Glee Club 2,3,45 Liturgical Choir 1,25 Science Club 1,2, 4, President5 French National Honor Society 3,4. VIRGINIA EILEEN PLANT-Glee Club 2,33 Mercycrest 4. PAMELA ANN PLUNKETT-Glee Club 1,25 Liturgical Choir 1,2. DOROTHY ANN POLKA-Sodality 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Liturgical Choir 1,2,3, JO-ANN POULIOT-Sodality 1,25 French Club 2,3,45 Intramural 15 Science Club 4. ARLENE FRANCES RAPOZA DIANE ELAINE RIOUX - French Club 35 Litur- gical Choir 1,2. DIANE MARIE ROCHEFORT -- National Honor Society 3,45 French Club 2,3,45 Mercian 3,4, Co- Editorg Science Club 25 French National Honor Society 3,4. BEVERLY ANN SENRA MARY LOUISE SHEA - Spanish Club 2,3,4, Secretaryg Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Mercycrest 45 Science Club 45 Class Treasurer 1,35 Class Vice-President 4. DEBORAH JEAN SILVIA-French Club 3,45 Glee Club 1,35 Liturgical Choir 1,25 Mercycrest 4. PATRICIA ANN SMITH - Student Council 2,3, 4, President5 French Club 3,45 Basketball 1,2, Co- Captain 35 Intramural 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Class President 2. NANCY THERESA'SNYDER - French Club 5,45 Intramural 1,2,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Mercycfe-Vi 45 Science Club 2. MARY ELIZABETH SOARES - Student Council 1,3,4, Vice-President5 National Honor Society 3,45 French Club 3,45 Intramural 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2, 3,45 Science Club 1,2, Treasurer 45 Class Vice- President 2. JACQUELINE ANN SOARES-Intramural 25 Glee Club 1,2. JANE SUSAN SOROKA-French Club 35 Glee Club 1,2,3,4. JOANN SOUZA- French Club 35 Intramural 25 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Liturgical Choir 25 Mercycrest 45 Class Treasurer 2. JOYCE ANN STEC MARIE E. SULLIVAN- French Club 3,45 Intra- mural 1,2,35 Glee Club 2,3,45 Liturgical Choir 25 Mercycrest 45 Class Treasurer 4. MARY JANE SULLIVAN -Student Council 45 Debate Society 35 French Club 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Liturgical Choir 15 Mercycrest 4, ANN R. SUNESON - Sodality 2,3,4, Prefectg National Honor Society 3,45 Debate Society 25 French Club 3,45 Glee Club 1. PAULA ELIZABETH SWEET-National Honor Society 3,45 French Club 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Class Secretary 15 Class Vice-President 35 Class Secretary 4, REBECCA PAULINE TARABOLSKI-Student Council 35 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Intramural 25 Glee Club 2,35 Liturgical Choir 1,2,35 Cheerleading 35 Class President 2. JANE ELLEN TEVES-French Club 35 Spanish Club 2,35 Vice-Presidentg Basketball 1,2,35 Intra- mural 1,2,35 Liturgical Choir 1,2,35 Class Treas- urer 3. KAREN MARIE TOMMER-French Club 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Science Club 4. MARY LOU TREEFUL FRANCES LOUISE TYRRELL-Sodality 2,3,45 French Club 3,45 Intramural 15 Glee Club 1,2,3,4. CAROL ANN VIEIRA NANCY ALISON WHITE - French Club 3,45 Intramural 25 Glee Club 2,3,45 Liturgical Choir 1,25 Science Club 2,4. DIANE LOUISE WITKOWSKI-French Club 3,45 Basketball 15 Intramural 25 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Liturgical Choir 1,25 Science Club 2.4. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs 8: Mrs 8: Mrs 8: Mrs 8: Mrs 8: Mrs 8: Mrs Laura 8: Mrs 8: Mrs 8: Mrs Parent Patrons Dr. 8: Mrs. Frederick Sullivan Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph A. Cichon Mrs. Frederick Forrest Mr. 8: Mrs. Americo L. Gazzero Mr. 8: Mrs. Stanley M. planick Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph V. Mattos Anthony P. Aguiar Dennis F. Arruda joseph Arruda, jr, William Austin Roch E. Beaudoin Leo Berger Rudolph Bernier E. G. Blanchette Charles Bonekoskey Paul Boulay Callaghan Ernest Caron Michael P. Camara George Carpenter Normand L. Charland 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. William P. CoHey Alfred Correa Albert A. Cummings Herbert Deazvedo Frank A. DePaola, jr. Edward F. Doolan 8: Mrs. Antone J. DeSouto 8: Mrs. Rene O. Dubois Albert Dussault 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. Albert Faris Frank Foy James Frank Joseph O. N. Gagnon Vincent Ganczarski James Harrington Edward A. Helger Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Alfred V. jones Ted Kaminski William H. Lambert, J Marcel Lauzier Alphonse Lavoie Andre H. Levesque Francis W. Mehlmann Bradley McDermott john Morgan William A. Nugent George C. Ouimet Leonard S. Patricio joseph Pires William Plant John F. Plunkett Alfred Raposa Albert Rochefort john L. Shea james P. Silvia john T. Smith William E. Snyder Mrs. Adelaide Soares Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mrs. Lucille Mr. 8: Mrs. joseph Soares Albert G. Souza Mitchell P. Sweet Chester Tarabolski Dale F. Tommer Nicholas T. Tyrrell Lawrence A. White Witkowski Alfred S. Vieira I' Honorary Patrons HIS EXCELLENCY THE MOST REVEREND JAMES L. CONNOLLY, D.S.C.H. HIS EXCELLENCY, THE MOST REVEREND JAMES GERRARD, D.D. CHOR BISHOP JOSEPH EID, D.D. Rt. Reverend Alfred Bonneau Reverend Rt. Reverend John E. Boyd Reverend Rt. Reverend Raymond Considine Reverend Rt. Reverend Augusto L. Furtado Reverend Rt. Reverend Henry Hamel Reverend Rt. Reverend Charles Lynch Reverend Rt. Reverend Daniel Shalloo Reverend Rt. Reverend Robert L. Stanton Reverend Rt. Reverend George E. Sullivan Reverend Rt. Reverend Arthur W. Tansey Reverend Very Reverend William A. Galvin Reverend Reverend James Beagan Reverend Reverend Henri Charest Reverend Reverend John P. Condon Reverend Reverend Joseph Cournoyer Reverend Reverend John P. Cronin Reverend George Daigle Raymond M. Drouin, O.P Francis Fitzgerald Herve Jalbert William R. Jordan Robert S. Kasynski James Manning, C.S.Sp. James A. McCarthy James F. McDermott Joao Medeiros Francis Mullin, C.S.Sp. David A. O'Brien Patrick O'Neill Felician Plichta, O.F.M. Laureano C. dos Reis Howard Waldron 64 l Special Business Friends Mathieu Oil Co. -"We Never Sleep" 663 Rodman Street, Fall River, Mass. J. Richard O'Neil Co., Inc. 282 Franklin Street, Cambridge, Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 1968 The Student Body of Mt. St. Mary Academy Congratulations to the Class of 1968 A MERCYCREST Friend Cold Star Patrons Allied Floor Covering Nita Warehouse Mart, Inc. 325 Main Rd., Tiverton 1732 South Main Street, Fall River Bella 8: Tony's Snack Bar K. R. Rezendes, Inc. 1632 South Main Street, Fall River Sammy's Lane, Assonet Santos General Commodities 202 Glasgow Street, Fall River Silver Star Patrons joseph Arruda, Jr., Exc. Cont. 391 Stafford Rd., Tiverton Boule Funeral Home 615 Broadway, Fall River Carnival State Rd., North Westport Charlmor Furniture Company 1458 Pleasant St., Fall River Cherry 84 XY'ebb Company 159 So. Main St., Fall River The Coachmen 1215 Main Rd., Tiverton Corrigan the Apothecary Corp. 1412 So. Main St., Fall River Roger Dufour Lowry Organs 538 So. Main St., Fall River Duro Finishing Corporation 110 Chace St., Fall River Empire Inc. 174 So. Main St., Fall River Faria 8: Son Funeral Home 589 So. Main St., Fall River Faris Furniture Company 75 Columbia St., Fall River j 8: B Service Co., Inc. 75 Martin St., Fall River Mr. 8: Mrs. Allen jarabek 508 Brayton Ave., Fall River john E. Jean 2011 Pleasant St., Fall River Roger Lauzon, Exc. Cont. 969 Charles St., Fall River Mr. Thomas Leonard 173 Vermont Ave., Providence Long 8: Parent Insurance Agency 712 Eastern Ave., Fall River Mackenzie 84 Winslow, Inc. 698 Rodman Street, Fall River R, A. McWhirr Company So. Main St., Fall River Gilbert C. Oliveira Insurance Agency 1520 No. Main St., Fall River Parisian Dress Shoppe 228 So. Main St., Fall River Maurice Poirier 614 King Philip St., Fall River Rep. 8: Mrs. Manuel Raposa, jr. 555 Main St., Somerset Ray's Flower Shop 1826 So. Main St., Fall River Ray's Upholstering 8: New Furniture 369 Hope St., Fall River Rochefort Bros. Contractors 191 No. Eastern Ave., Fall River Seal Sac Incorporated 28 Anawan St., Fall River James P. Silvia 58 Kaufman Rd., Tiverton joseph Souza 226 Hillton St., Fall River Sousa's Photo Service 34 Borden St., Fall River Travis Furniture Co., Inc. Ferry St., Fall River Trina Incorporated Box 1451, Ace St., Fall River White's Family Restaurant Route 6 at the Narrows Red Star Patrons Americo B. Almeida, M.D. Aluminum Anodizers, Inc. Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert G. Auclair Auclairls Market L. Beaudoin 8: Sons, Inc. Bogle Hill Hardware Borges Furniture 8: Radio Bristol Knitting Mills Broughton Cleansers Mr. Roger Cadieux John W. Cain 8: Sons Claudia, David 8: Paul Camara jean Caron's Wig 8: Hairfashion Salon Century Fence Company Charlie's Oil Colonial Flower Shop Columbia Pharmacy Davol's General Store Dighton Rock Manor Henry Duffy Pharmacy Dumont 8: Son Jewelers Elbe File 8: Binder Co., Inc. Frank's Barber Shop Frank's Variety Leonard Freedman Dr. Carroll P. Gettings Grand Central Markets Guaranty Construction Co., Inc. August Hebert 8: Son Funeral Home Ideal Liquor Store, Inc. jack's Auto Body Jerry's Auto Body joe's Atlantic Station Lachance's Market Lafayette Pharmacy, Inc. Le Comte's Dairy Leonard Pharmacy of Fall River Lorraine's Salon of Beauty MacDonald's Real Estate Mailloux's Red 8: White Market Margie's House of Beauty Dr. 8: Mrs. Antonio C. Marks Fernand H. Michel Building 8: Contractors Gov. Councillor 8: Mrs. Nicholas W. Mitchell Mitchell's Pharmacy Mullen Bros. jewelers Munro Electric 8: Hardware Co Nite Owl Diner, Inc. North Swansea Lumber Co. J. O'Neil Supply Co, Dr. 8: Mrs. Adelbert O. Parrott Edward Paiva Peckham's Garage Peerless Laundry Piano Craftsmen, Inc. Piva's Garage Pleasant Acres Poirier Rambler Pop's Service Station Quick Service Store Ray's Sunoco Service Station Red's Tavern Richardson Lincoln Mercury Robert Furs Rochelle Sportswear Co., Inc C. Rodrigues 8: Son Poultry Ross Matthews Corporation Royal Youth Center Mr, Armand St. Amand Saunders Garage H. Schwartz 8: Sons, Inc. Silhouette Beauty Salon Sousa's Garage Sprague Street Market Sunlight Dairy Sunrise Fruit Store Mr. 8: Mrs, Charles Szulewski Tache's Barber Shop Mrs. Frank Thomas Tiverton Pharmacy Towne Heating Co., Inc. Towne Motor Sales, Inc. Valcourt Industrial Supply Co Inc Frank Varanese Victory Sportswear Mr, 8: Mrs. Andre R. de Villers Whitehead's Florist Robert G. Wilson, joan Fabrics Wrobel Upholsterers Zale Jewelers Mercycrest Friends Congratulations to the Class of 1968 from Cherry fr Webb Company 137 South Main Street Fall River, Massachusetts .X " 1 1 . X 2 X4 x ! f if if 5 rpg 3 AY il- I ll i Q45 :JJ f'?'f 'f 'v! L' sf'- zi I' ' ,ul 'U 'Wi' 5 Hn G3Aut .egzfz LSA LA 'ff' -5' fi A 75 IJZT-311 "qf' v.F'h"q: 'U .3 '53, 4 If ,.::n5.:.- U 9 ' 'U -ls 'lui gn. 1 x , , EQZBHMQ . 52.55"-4-f ,023 S' .Il tb Eflfle-735372. I 3" " L I Q. U 9' :I .- Q . - F, r:- l 2 4 ' 5 . 'I P 5 Ct.. 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