Mount St Marys Academy - Mercycrest Yearbook (Fall River, MA)
- Class of 1969
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ACADEMICS ........ .... 4
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Unequivocally, MERCYCREST '69 is a reminis-
cence of four years which are now memories. But
more, it bespeaks a thrust into the unknown
called future. Such a surge is made possible
because of a permeating climate-a climate rich
with a liberating truth which enables each one of
us to reach out with security toward high
tomorrows. Ours has been a freedom to search,
to take that bold, cold plunge into the heart of
things, to shout YES to life. MERCYCREST '69
affirms to the world: We are not afraid of
tomorrow, for we have seen yesterday, and we
Freedom to follow
Knowledge like a
Sinking star, beyond
The utmost bound
Of human thought
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Leaders to guide our
Through the world
His Excellency, Most Reverend James L. Connolly, a friend to
young people, has done much to promote Catholic secondary
education in the diocese of Fall River. We thank him for helping
to foster, by word and example, Mount's spirit of freedom to
We seldom see Reverend Patrick O'NeiII in person-his position as
Superintendent of Schools makes him much in demand. However,
we feel the effects of his great dedication and deeply appreciate all
the time and energy he has exerted in order to promote academic
excellence in our diocese.
The Most Reverend James J. Gerrard, Auxiliary Bishop of the
Diocese of Fall River and a familiar figure in our area, continues to
share his spiritual insights with Mount students. Bishop Gerrard
has always been an encouragement and a real friend to Mount.
Meet Sister Kathleen Marie Farley, R.S.M., our principal. Always
willing to listen to us with patience and understanding, Sister has
shared both our joys and our problems during these past two
years. The student body admires and respects her as an ideal
administrator and a genuine friend.
Mother Mary Kieran Flynn, Fl.S.M., Mother Provincial of the
Sisters of Mercy, is both the spiritual and educational leader of the
Sisters and the students here at Mount. With this responsibility,
Mother has had the satisfaction of knowing that she has enriched
the lives of Mount girls.
Assuming the office of vice-principal is Sister Mary Ludivine Perry,
R.S.M. Sister's other duties include teaching Spanish and religion
besides acting as moderator of Student Council. Her door is always
open to the students who need a friend and a confidant.
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As head of the religion department, Sister Mary Denisita provides
incentive for students in their "freedom to search" for God. Sister
also teaches English and Spanish and serves as moderator of the
Are we far from wrong if we guess that this lively discussion is on
the merits of Judaism? Comparative Religions was just one of the
many stimulating electives offered to this year's upperclassmen.
Search all things:
Hold fast that which is true
Latin declensions are just as much a part of Sister Mary Michella's
day as a Hi-Time religion text. Latin students find further
enrichment in the newly formed Latin Society moderated by
Sister Arlene Mary, our "colorful" art instructor, also teaches
Seniors, Joyce Andrews and Denise Levasseur, keep the ball rolling
for Sister Mary Owen, our energetic gym instructress, basketball
coach and history teacher.
English and moderates both the Humanities Club and Sodality.
"Start on three," whispers Sister Therese Mary to the Glee Club
and Orchestra. Sister also teaches French and religion.
"En francais," protests Sister Mary Adele to her
French students. As head of our language depart-
ment, Sister moderates the French Club and has
initiated a course in Portuguese.
In her first year at Mount, Sister Margarita Cecilia
adds an authentic touch to her Spanish class: she is
a native of Columbia.
Note the varied expressions of Sister Nlary AdeIe's Portuguese class as Kathy
McCann bravely ventures to answer a "dificiI" question.
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Mr. James Shannon, who instructs Mount girls in the science of politics and the
art of literature, also claims co-moderation of the Humanities Club,
"Fantastic!" exclaims Sister Carol Mary, who heads our
English department and moderates the Mercian.
Our two librarians, Sister Mary Bonaventure and
Sister Marie Elizabeth, who also teaches English
and religion and moderates the Mercycrest, stop to
chat about modern library techniques.
Freedom to experiment,
To admit a failure,
And to seek a new avenue.
Any questions about acids, molecules or H2O? Ask
Miss Marjorie Morin, our science and chemistry
Each day Sister Mary Albertus, science department
head, greets her biology class with a "Good
Morning" and a big smile. Between labs, Sister also
moderates Senior Sodality.
Deeply intrigued by the theories of
Descartes are our industrious Sopho-
mores who, hopefully, appreciate the
power of logical reasoning as it is pre-
sented in Sister Mary Phyllis' geometry
"Math can be fun" is the favorite expres-
sion of Sister Mary Maurice, head of the
math department. Sister also leads our
Math Meet contestants on to victorv
"Does this line intersect the plane?"
questions Sister Mary Phyllis. Obviously,
one geometry student knows. Teaching
French and religion and moderating the
Debate Club comprise SiSter'S maflv
It couIdn't be that some of our lively freshmen are falling asleep
during history clasl
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"Does anyone know where the Yangtze River is located?" asks
Sister Mary Antonine, head of Mount's history department.
Sister Linda Mary, a new addition to our faculty, adeptly handles
physics, chemistry, and world history.
Deeply engrossed in their work are: foreground, Donna Gauthier,
Nancy Martel, and background, Elaine Bouchard and Donna
"Eyes on the copy," chants Sister Mary Gladys to the tune of
clicking typewriter keys. Sister, who heads the business depart'
ment teaches consumer economics, typing, bookkeeping and
moderates the National Honor Society.
Sister Mary LaSalette dictates to shorthand students: foreground,
Nancy Sullivan, and background, Cathy Michel and Patricia
Amore. Sister also assumes the responsibility of guidance counsel-
or here at Mount.
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The soul of a journey is liberty-
To think, To feel, To do.
Daddy's little girl, Catherine Lapointe, enjoys the festive atmos- Hobbling across the stage at the Christmas Concert is Mount's own
phere at the Father-Daughter Dance. "mod" grandmother, Jeanne Berube.
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At 2:15 p.m., as they unload their lockers and "unwind," Denise
Caron, Jane Charette, Dawn Hannafin, Gay Chmpcala and Diane
Chabot exchange the day's many amusing experiences.
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Just ask Joyce Blanchette, Catherine Madonna, Janice Pieri, Nicole
Letendre, Elizabeth Malloy, Elizabeth Sullivan, Barbara Lacerda
and Evelyn Santos. They can vouch for the success of last year's
Peeking through Mount's family tree are juniors Rosemarie
Murphy and Patricia Whalley.
Hurrying to capable leadership are the junior homeroom presi-
dents, Diane Desrnarais, Susan Pacheco, and Gay Chrupcala.
"WilI the Great Pumpkin ever come?" wonders Lorraine Cabral at
the Sodality Halloween Party. "My candle is melting away!"
There seems to be a new addition to the Sophomore Class. Perhaps
it's one of the girls in disguise. Only they know for sure as they
prepare to initiate the Freshman-Sophomore Frolic.
4 Class presidents, Susan Pitera and Celeste Vezina capture that
lf? mischievous look which typifies every Mount Sophomore.
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exuberant cries of these loyal sophs.
"What's up, Doc?" asks Mount's own Bugs Bunny, Kathleen
Tavares, at the Halloween Masquerade.
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Rhythm rocked all mankind at Mount's annual Calendar Party
while our musical minstrels sang loud and clear! Singing their
hearts out are: foreground, Cheryl Dean, Carol Vasconcellos, and
Margo McCloskey, background, Colleen Murray, Julia Rousseau,
Pall Batchelder, Elizabeth Kulpa, and Celeste Vezina. p
Heading down the court at the Mount-Connolly powder puff game
in "ladies first" fashion is Nancy Allen. Don't you find those
gloves a little bulky for basketball, boys?
What's the joke? Ask frosh homeroom presidents, Janet Tremblay
and Cheryl Cusick. They know.
Nancy Romanowicz, Madeleine Lavoie, Mary Rego, Janine
Gendreau, Louise Coppinger, Pauline Fortin, and Janet Tremblay
proudly display their original creations designed for the annual
French hat contest. Now turn around, girls!
Freshmen, beguiled and bewildered by typical sophomore antics,
comprise a formidable frosh front.
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No one needs to ask what freshman Sandra Asselin's favorite
period is! We all agree that lunch is a fun time and a welcome
relief from the tension of daily classes.
lt's amazing how quickly freshmen acquire the knack of carrying a
mountain of books up and down stairs to daily classes. For lessons
in "How to Balance Books Without Breaking Bones" see freshmen
-X Janine Gendreau, Janet Tremblay, and Pauline Fortin.
You can bet Santa Claus was good to these three smiling freshmen
Karen Venancio, Miriam Santiago and Kathleen Vasconcelles
proudly display their endeavors in the art of Christmas decorating.
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should exceed his grasp,
or what's a heaven for?
SISTER LAURA ELENA,
PATRICIA M. AMORE
CAROL ANN ABALLO
JOYCE T. ANDREWS
ANNETTE R. AMIOT
DENISE MADELEINE BANVILLE
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DIANE MARIE BERNIER
DENISE ANN BERUBE
SHARON MARIE BARBOZA MARILYN JEAN BENTLEY
What a charming couple! Student Council President Elizabeth Perry and Senior Class
President Charlene George, attired in their regal robes, take a break to freshen up during the
festivities at the annual Junior-Senior Frolic. You must admit that they do make a cute Mr.
In spite of periodic incapacities, Donna Imbriglio always joins in on the fun. Here at the
Junior-Senior Frolic, Donna delightfully displays one of her most recent handicaps-The
Cast! However, the question still remains: "Donna, are you accident-prone?"
ELAINE M.L. BOUCHARD LORNA MARIE BFIONHARD
SUSAN JEAN BE RUBE
ANNE LOUISE BIBEAU
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MAUREEN ANN CASSIDY
DONNA MARIE CABRAL
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CAROLYN THERESA CAVACO
LAURIAN THERESA CAVANAGH
MARY REGINA CROSSON
MARGARET ANNE COM EAU
CAROL ANN COSTA
CLAIRE JEANNE DESBIENS
BARBARA ANN DOUCETTE GAIL MARGARET DUNSE
Patricia Sabat and Donna Castanho tie up the race to bring victory to the seniors at the
Spring Gym Jamboree.
SUSAN CAROL FAUCHER
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Yty, seniors! The sentiments of the seniors on the sidelines were varied as the Gym
Jamboree progressed with increasing excitement.
ROSEMARY FRAIN ROSEMARY ANN FRANCOEUR
JOAN MARY FLANAGAN
NANCY ANNE FLYNN
CHERYL ANNE FURTADO
CHAR LENE R. GEORGE
JEANNE LOUISE GAGNE
COLLEEN AIMEE GILLICK
SINIONE CLAIRE GAGNON
PATRICIA ANN GOLDEN
ANNE LOUISE HEFKO
SHARON LEE GUIMOND
JEAN MARIE HOWARD
KATHLEEN A. HADALA
DONNA LOUISE IMBRIGLIO
SHEILA ANN JENNINGS
TERESA MARIE KRUPA
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PATRICIA ANN JANES MAUREEN ANNE JANICK
Mr. Arthur Smith, our janitor, tidies up the school as he waltzes down corridors and through
empty classrooms with his talented broom.
Patricia Amore seems to be in another yvorld as she manipulates some intricate dance steps
at our annual Ring Dance. That's Amore!
DENISE O. LEVASSEUR DORIS ANN LEVESQUE
DIANE JEANNE LAVOIE
MARY JEANNE LEANDRO
MURIEL T. LEVESQUE
MARY KATHLEEN MCCANN
VIVIAN MARIE MALTAIS
ANNE MARIE MCDERMOTT
NANCY JEAN MARTEL
JANICE HELENE MCDERMOTT
COLLEEN ANN MARIE
JOAN E. MEDEIROS
JANE MIRIAM McDONALD
LORETTA C. MICHAUD
ALICE CATHERINE MCMANUS
CATHY ANN MICHEL
GAIL JEAN MONIZ
SUSAN GAYLE MORIN
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JUDITH M. MIS CAROL ANNE MISEK
Instructing Colleen Gillick in the skillful art of book-carrying at the Junior-Senior Frolic are
Joyce Andrews, Diane Bernier, Donna Castanho, and Elizabeth Perry.
The class ring, symbolizing four years of achievement, is presented to Mary Tyrrell by Sister
Kathleen in an event anticipated by all juniors.
DENISE LYNN OUELLETTE SUZANNE PAQUETTE
MARY JANE NEWBURY
CYNTHIA JOAN O'CONNELL
ELIZABETH ANN PERRY
JAN ET A. PLAMON DON
JUDITH MARIE PIMENTAL
ANNE Louuss Porvm
SANDRA ELIZABETH PIRES
DEBORAH ANN OUENTAL
GAYLE ANN RAPOSA
JOYCE CATHERINE ROCHA
MARY S. REDFERN
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NIADELINE ELIZABETH REGO
JANICE Louise RYBKA
PATRICIA ANN SABAT SUZETTE DIANE SANTERRE
"Good morning, Mount Saint Mary Academy." Efficiently performing her duties as
secretary, Mrs. Margaret Palmer helps keep Mount's business affairs running smoothly.
CAROL DAWN SERRATO
BARBARA ANN SOUZA
CAROL JUNE STEC
PATRICIA ANN TALBOT
NANCY ANN SULLIVAN
MARY LOUISE TYRRELL
CHRISTINE MARIE TALBOT
DENISE ANNE VEZINA
JULIA ANN WEBER
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IRENE N. WOJCI ECHOWSKI
PATRICIA ANNE WHITMORE
SHARON M. WOYCIECHOWSKI
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CAROL JANET WRIGHTINGTON
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The Community of Christian Living ac-
cents the spiritual aspects of a Mount girl's
life. By promoting Christian social attitudes
through various activities such as Thanks-
giving and Christmas Drives, and our own
"Awareness Week,', the Sodality has become
an integral part of our school.
Prefect Jane McDonald, treasurer Madeleine Desmarais, vice-prefect Monica
Grace, and secretary Carol Costa extend a Halloween invitation to all.
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Laurie Sampson, Pauline Gasior, Constance Beben, and Betty Ann
Beam swing their paintbrushes in Sodality's "Paint the Paperback
Could it be that Mount is losing face to the boys from Saint
Vincent's Home? We hope not!
Active members of the Student Council are: Diane Chabot, Susan
Pacheco, Laurie Sampson, and Cynthia Galvin.
Endeavoring to uphold the principle that the
school body itself is the very foundation of the
Student Council, this organization is based on the
initiative of its leaders and on the wholehearted
support of the students whom it represents. Members
sponsor activities and attend leadership workshops
and conferences, hoping to acquire new ideas which
will help them to perform their duties more
Deborah Ouental, treasurerg Denise Vezina, secretary
Christine Talbot, vice-presidentg and Elizabeth Perry, presi-
dent, ponder the value of green stamps.
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Elizabeth Perry delivers a speech at the Student Council
Installation while guest speaker, David Poisson. IOOKS 00-
Looking up to an active year are National Honor Society president Patricia
Talbot, treasurer Donna Cabral, secretary Cheryl Furtado, and vice-president
Sister Kathleen Farley presents Anne Hefko with
the National Honor Society's pin of achievement.
From the time a girl enters Mount, she
begins to strive toward many goals. One of
these is election into the National Honor
Society, which is determined by one's ser-
vice, scholarship, leadership, and character.
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January brought the induction of seventeen members of the Class
of 1969 into the National Honor Society. Sister Kathleen Farley
proudly presided over this occasion.
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upon a free mind.
Debating offers an excellent opportunity
to express views on current issues. Members
not only learn the art of public speaking, but
more, they gain a deep appreciation for the
opinions of others.
Mr. Daniel Larkin instructs the members of the Debate Club
in the persuasive defense or defeat of the status quo.
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Debate Society officers are: Kathy Polak, secretary: Carol Vasconcellos,
treasurer: Cheryl Rousseau, president: Cynthia O'ConnelI, librarian: and
Dawn Hannafin, vice-president.
Mount girls become acquainted with customs and
people of foreign countries through the language
clubs. International highlights during the year include
a Spanish fiesta and a traditional French hat contest
on St. Catherines Day.
Annette Amiot, Lorna Bronhard, Patricia Golden, Marguerite
Letendre, and Jeanne Berube help Janice Rybka create a Parisian
4 "Tortillas anyone?" Jane Charette, Barbara Lacerda, Margaret
Comeau and Patricia Cummings, Spanish Club officers, plan their
annual festive supper.
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Officers of the Latin Club are Gail Albernaz, vice-president, JoAnn
Przewoznik, secretaryg Patricia Crosson, president: and Ann Marie
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Freedom needs all
her poets to give
her aspirations wings.
Humanities Club is responsible for increasing the
knowledge and appreciation of the fine arts as part of
our past heritage as well as of our contemporary
society. Club activities vary, from participation in
field trips, to performances in Christmas plays, to
research in the field of art.
top left: Rolling along are Humanities Club officers Charlotte Wal,
president: Susan Pacheco, vice-presidentg Theresa LeBlanc, secretary:
and Paula Cordeiro, treasurer.
top right: Proudly pose the freshmen as they make their debut as newly
initiated members of the Humanities Club.
Busily practicing a scene from Mount's production of The
Bird's Christmas Carol are Susan Hinchcliffe, Janice Pieri, and
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Anne Hefko, editor-in-chief, critically scans through this
year's first issue of the Mercian.
Diligent page editors of the Mercian are: seated-Carol Costa
and Mary Crossong standing-Kathleen McCann and Monica
Freedom to think as we wish
and to speak as we think.
Girls who possess a flair for writing
or reporting often find work on the
school newspaper exciting and profit-
able. The Mercian contains news per-
taining to all four classes and touching
upon all aspects of life at Mount.
Besides keeping us abreast of current
school happenings, the Mercian also
contributes to school spirit.
Meet the Mercian staff: seated-Patricia Golden, Maureen Cassidy,
Colleen McDonald, Gail Monizp standing-Nancy Martel, Joan Flanagan,
Denise Ouellette, and Maureen Janick.
Checking and rechecking is editor Mary
Tyrrell's secret in creating a unique and
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Mercycrest theme, has been explored
and developed by our hard-working
yearbook corps. Amid the laughter,
pencil-chewing, and head-scratching
which characterizes every pulsating
meeting, the staff members proudly
emerge with their remembrance of the
'68-'69 school year.
Cheryl Furtado, Suzanne Paquette, and Anne Bibeau, co-editors of the Mercycrest
abandon their daily routine long enough to attend the Yearbook Conference at
Deborah Ouental, Christine Talbot, Jane McDonald,
Christine Wilding and Diane Lavoie all played a part in
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PauIine,Gasior chats with one of the newest
members of Nlount's menagerie, "Chris-
Science Club opens pathways of dis-
covery to students interested in various
and sundry phases of scientific research.
Young potential scientists explore the
entire gamut of "ologies," then display
their spoils at the annual Science Fair.
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"Here comes the judge!" shudders Anne Bibeau as she anxiously awaits the outcome of
her scientific endeavors at IVlount's annual Science Fair.
Cheryl Rousseau, president of Science Club, shows Dawn Hannafin, secretary-
treasurer, and Laurie Sampson, vice-president, the scientific art of measuring.
"Soccer, anyone?" inquires Gay Chrupcala in an
action packed basketball game against Dominican
Laurian Cavanagh, Lorna Bronhard, Denise
Levasseur, and Patricia Golden anticipate a land-
Mount's gym is always permeated
with a lively atmosphere of school
spirit. By their vigorous contortions our
peppy cheerleaders give the basketball
team the courage they need to win their
games. In intramurals students take part
in the athletic life of the school, and
thrilling Gym Jamborees provide a great
time for all.
"M-O-U-N-T!" exclaim our jubilant cheerleaders. Led by Marilyn Bentley are:
Susan Morin, Judith Pimental, Deborah Medeiros, Suzanne Lauzier, Maureen
Sayward, Barbara Lacerda, and Mary Cavanagh.
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Music is often needed to lend the proper
atmosphere to Mount's programs. The orches-
tra is always willing to supply their varied
selections. With the aid of Laurie Sampson,
vice-president: Alice McManus and Gayle
Raposa, librarians: Donna Imbriglio, presi-
dent: Mary Crosson, secretary: and Diane
Desmarais, treasurer, the orchestra members
spend long hours rehearsing to insure perfect
Vocal entertainment for most school func-
tions is provided by the Glee Club. Here
Janice Pieri, president: Patricia Talbot, trea-
surer: Suzanne Goulet and Jane Charette,
librarians: Janice Rybka, secretary: and Diane
Lavoie, vice-president, are busily preparing
musical arrangements for their annual Christ-
mas Program. The cIub's melodious voice can
also be heard at the Spring Concert, held
toward the end of the school calendar.
At their annual Spring Concert the Glee Club
succesfully presents another superb program.
In a scene from Goodbye, Lizzie Borden, Ann Marie Bevilacqua shows her guilt as
a diocked Christine Talbot and Janice Pieri look on.
Don't lose your cool, Emma, or Lizzie will lose her head! Mount's production of
Goodbye, Lizzie Borden, starred Anne Marie Bevilacqua and Christine Talbot.
Mount's theatrical ability was exhibited
in two diverse plays. A blood-chilling murder
tale of Fall River's infamous Lizzie Borden,
and a dramatic conflict between Anne
Boleyn and Catherine of Aragon captivated
their audience. Lizzie Borden and Red
Queen, White Queen, proved to be a success-
ln the majestic performance of Red Queen. White
Queen, Anne Potvin strikes a dramatic pose in her
portrayal of Catherine of Aragon.
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One elegant 'femme fatale,' Joan Flanagan, pauses
to speak to two other lovely damsels, Denise
Berube and Sharon Guimond, as they dine on the
exquisite cuisine of the Sheraton Biltmore in
Providence. The charming evening lent itself to the
quiet sharing of the "Magical Moments" of their
Donna Castanho and her escort, Frank Sullivan,
pause in the excitement of the Junior Prom just
long enough to recapture this moment in a
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I say! Was our Junior prom a stuffy, snobby, high-collar affair? Decidedly not! To
our young debutant, Judith Mis, and her gallant escort, James Hardy, it proved to
be quite the opposite as they really swing itl
Gayle Raposa and her father participate in the gay festivities at the
annual Father-Daughter Dance.
The camera zeroes in on a group of surprised Juniors as they "take 3
breather" at the Ring Dance.
Amid the atmosphere of cornstalks and pumpkins
at Mount's Harvest Hop, Anne Collington and her
date swing to the sounds of '68, This annual event,
held on Thanksgiving eve, spurs school spirit
between both under and upperclassmen and puts
everyone in a gay holiday mood.
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SISTER LAURA ELENA CRUZ, O.P.-795 Middle, Fall
River, St. Anne Parish
CAROL ANN ABALLO-126 West Hooper, North Tiverton,
Holy Ghost Parish, Class President 15 Student Council 15
French Club 45 Glee Club 1,2,3.
ANNETTE ROSE AMIOT-125 Angell, Fall River, Notre
Dame Parish, French Club 2,3,4, President5 Glee Club 1,25
French Nat'l Honor Soc. 3.
PATRICIA M. AMORE-657 Birch, Fall River, St. Patrick
Parish, Class Secretary 25 Spanish Club 25 Glee Club 15
JOYCE T. ANDREWS-63 Circuit Drive, Swansea, Our Lady
of Fatima Parish, Class Treasurer 15 Spanish Club 25
Intramural 2, 3,45 Varsity 3,4.
DENISE MADELEINE BANVILLE-104 Grattan, Fall River,
St. Jean Baptiste, French Club 2,3,4.
SHARON MARIE BARBOZA-187 Smith, Fall River, Our
Lady of Health Parish, Sodality 1,25 Spanish Club 1,2.
MARILYN JEAN BENTLEY-195 Hill, Fall River, Immacu-
late Conception, Student Council 35 Glee Club 1,2,35
Science Club 25 Cheerleading 3,4, Head Cheerleader5
DIANE MARIE BERNIER-16 Blaisdell Ave., Tiverton, Holy
Ghost Parish, Spanish Club 25 Intramural 2,4.
DENISE ANN BERUBE-39 Day, Fall River, Saint Anne
Parish, Class Vice-President 15 Class Treasurer 25 Spanish
Club 1,25 Cheerleading 35 Intramural 1,2,3,
SUSAN JEAN BERUBE-100 Robert Gray Ave., Tiverton,
Holy Ghost Parish, French Club 3,45 Glee Club 2,35
Science Club 1,35 Intramural 1,2.
ANNE LOUISE BIBEAU-15 Marvel, Portsmouth, St. Barna-
bas Parish, National Honor Society 3,45 French Club 35
Glee Club 1,2,35 Mercycrest 4, Associate Editor5 Intra-
mural 1,25 Science Club 3.
ELAINE M.L. BOUCHARD-1407 Globe, Fall River, St.
Jean Baptiste Parish, French Club 3.
LORNA MARIE BRONHARD-253 Kennedy, Fall River, St.
William Parish, Class Treasurer 35 Student Council 45
French Club 2,3,4, President5 Orchestra 35 Science Club 15
Intramural 1,2,3, Captain, 4, Captain5 Varsity 1,2,3,
Manager, 4, Co-Captain.
ELIZABETH ANNE VERONICA BROOKS-88 Gormley
Ave., Portsmouth, St. Anthony, French Club 3,42 Orches-
DONNA MARIE CABRAL-152 Flint, Fall River, Espirito
Santo Parish, Class Vice-President 35 Sodality 2,3,45
National Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer5 Spanish Club 25
Glee Club 1,2,35 Intramural 1,2.
CYNTHIA ANN CAMARA-65 Lake, North Tiverton, Holy
Ghost Parish, French Club 45 Orchestra 1,2,3,4.
MAUREEN ANN CASSIDY-920 Middle, Fall River, St.
Louis Parish, Spanish Club 2,3,45 Mercian 2,3,4, Photog-
raphy Editor5 Intramural 1.
DONNA M. CASTANHO-236 Oliver, Fall River, Santo
Christo Parish, Spanish Club 25 Cheerleading 2,35 Intra-
LAURIAN T. CAVANAGH-152 John, Fall River, St. Mary
Parish, French Club 45 Science Club 15 Intramural 1,2,3,
Captain5 Varsity 1,2,3, Co-Captain, 4.
MARGARET ANNE COMEAU-463 Osborn, Fall River, St.
Anne Parish, Class Secretary 45 Spanish Club 2,3,4,
President5 Mercycrest 45 Intramural 2.
CAROL ANN COSTA-1354 Rodman, Fall River, St. William
Parish, Class President 2,35 Class Vice-President 45 Sodality
2, Vice-Prefect, 3,4, Secretary5 Student Council 2,3,45
National Honor Society 3,45 Debate Society 2, Librarian5
French Club 2,3,45 Mercian 2,3,4, Page 1 Editor5 Intra-
mural 15 French Nat'I Honor Society 3,4.
MARY REGINA CROSSON-415 Bay, Fall River, St. Louis
Parish, Class Treasurer 15 Sodality 3,45 National Honor
Society 3,45 Debate Society 1,25 French Club 2,35
Orchestra 1,2,3, Treasurer, 4, Secretary: Mercian 2,3,4,
Page 2 Editor.
CLAIRE JEANNE DESBIENS-1460 Stafford Road, Fall
River, St. Jean Baptiste, French Club 2,3,45 Glee Club
MADELEINE MARIE DESMARAIS-77 Fulton, Fall River,
St. Mathieu Parish, Sodality 2,3,4, Treasurer5 Student
Council 45 French Club 2,3, Secretary, 45 Science Club 3.
BARBARA ANN DOUCETTE-951 Rodman, Fall River, SS.
Peter 84 Paul Parish, Glee Club 1,2,35 Intramural 2,4.
GAIL MARGARET DUNSE-366 Warren, Fall River, SS.
Peter 84 Paul Parish, Sodality 2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,45
Glee Club 1,2,35 Science Club 1.
SUSAN CAROL FAUCHER-830 Stafford Road, Fall River,
St. Jean Baptiste, Spanish Club 2.
SHIRLEY CAROLYN FERNANDES-91 Pelham, Fall River,
Our Lady of Health, Glee Club 1,2.
JOAN MARY FLANAGAN-30 Newport, Fall River, Holy
Name Parish, Sodality 1,2,3,45 French Club 3,45 Mercian
2,3,45 Intramural 1,2.
NANCY ANNE FLYNN-32 Damon, Fall River, Holy Name
Parish, Sodality 2,3,45 Spanish Club 25 Glee Club 1,2,3.
CAROLYN THERESA CAVACO-546 Second, Fall River,
Santo Christo Parish, Class Secretary 35 Glee Club 1,2'
ROSEMARY FRAIN-705 Walnut, Fall River, Sacred Heart
Parish, Class Treasurer 43 Spanish Club 2,3.
ROSEMARY ANN FRANCOEUR-602 Dwelly, Fall River,
St. Patrick Parish, Orchestra 1,2.
CHERYL ANNE FURTADO-37 Kenyon Road, Tiverton,
Holy Ghost Parish, Class Secretary 1,43 National Honor
Society 3,4 Secretary3 French Club 2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,33
Mercycrest 4, Associate Editorg lntramural 1,23 Science
JEANNE LOUISE GAGNE-65 Euclid Ave., Somerset, St.
Patrick Parish, Spanish Club 3.
SIMONE CLAIRE GAGNON-103 Niagara, Fall River, St.
Anne Parish, French Club 3,42 Mercycrest 43 Science Club
2,33 Intramural 2.
CHARLENE ROSE GEORGE-953 Rock, Fall River, St.
Anthony of the Desert, Class President 2,3,43 Class
Secretary 13 Student Council 2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,3,
COLLEEN AIMEE GILLICK-303 Middle Road, Ports-
mouth, Our Lady of Grace Parish, Class Vice-President 43
Student Council 43 Mercycrest 43 lntramural 2,33 Varsity
PATRICIA ANN GOLDEN-175 Pebble, Fall River, St.
William Parish, French Club 4, Vice-President, Treasurer3
Mercian 3,43 lntramural 1,2,3, Captain, 43 Varsity 1,2,
Co-Captain, 3, Co-Captain, 4, Co-Captain.
MONICA GRACE--691 Warren, Fall River, Our Lady of
Health Parish, Sodality 2,3,4, Vice-Prefect3 Student Coun-
cil 23 National Honor Society 3,42 French Club 2,33
Orchestra 2,3, Librarian3 Mercian 2,3,4, Page 4 Editor3
SHARON LEE GUIMOND-50 Morse Place, Fall River, St.
Patrick Parish, Spanish Club 23 Glee Club 13 Intramural
KATHLEEN A. HADALA-91 Osborn, Fall River, St. Stanis-
laus Parish, Spanish Club 23 Glee Club 1,2.
ANNE LOUISE HEFKO-639 Charles, Fall River, St. John
Ukranian Parish, Class Vice-President 33 National Honor
Society 3,43 Debate Society 1,2, Treasurer3 Spanish Club
2,3, Vice-President, 43 Glee Club 1,2. Mercian 3,4,
Editor-in-Chief3 Latin Nat'l Honor Society 3.
JEAN MARIE HOWARD-1503 Slade, Fall River, St. William
Parish, Class Treasurer 23 Sodality 3, Vice-Prefect3 Nation-
al Honor Society 3,43 Debate Society 23 Spanish Club 23
Glee Club 1,2,3: Intramural 3.
DONNA LOUISE IMBRIGLIO-18 Terrace Ave., Tiverton,
St. Christopher, Class Vice-President 2,42 Class Treasurer
33 Sodality 13 Spanish Club 2, Secretary3 Orchestra
1,2,3,4, President: Student Council 4.
PATRICIA ANN JANES-83 Division, Newport, St. Mary
Parish, French Club 33 Glee Club 2,33 lntramural 2,3,4,
MAUREEN ANNE JANICK-69 Campania, Fall River, St.
William Parish, National Honor Society 3,43 Mercian 2,3,43
lntramural 1,23 Varsity 1,2,3.
SHEILA ANN JENNINGS-888 Pleasant, Fall River, Holy
TERESA MARIE KRUPA-90 Walter, Fall River, St. Stanis-
laus Parish, Spanish Club 2,32 Glee Club 1,2,33 Intramural
DIANE JEANNE LAVOIE-20 Clayton, Fall River, Immacu-
late Conception, Sodality 2,3, Treasurer, 43 Student
Council 13 National Honor Society 3,41 Spanish Club 23
Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President3 Mercycrest 4, Business
Editor3 Science Club 33 lntramural 1.
MARY JEANNE LEANDRO-39 Donnelly, Fall River,
Espirito Santo Parish, Sodality 2,3,43 Student Council 13
Spanish Club 2,31 Glee Club 1,33 Intramural 1.
DENISE ODETTE LEVASSEUR-248 Ash, Fall River, St.
Anne Parish, French Club 23 Mercian 23 Science Club 13
lntramural 1,2,3I Varsity 1,2,3,4.
DORIS ANN LEVESQUE-79 Whipple, Fall River, St. Mary
MURIEL T. LEVESOUE-250 Barnes, Fall River, Notre
Dame de Lourdes, French Club 3.
MARY KATHLEEN McCANN-30 Blossom Ave., Somerset,
St. Thomas More Parish, Sodality 2, Secretary, 3,43
Debate Society 13 Mercian 3,4, Page 3 Editor.
ANNE MARIE McDERMOTT-580 Brayton Ave., Somerset,
St. Thomas More, French Club 3,4.
JANICE HELENE MCDERMOTT-18 Madison Court, Fall
River, Holy Name, Spanish Club 23 Glee Club 1,2.
COLLEEN ANN McDONALD-51 Middle Ave., Tiverton, St.
Christopher Parish, Sodality 23 Spanish Club 23 Orchestra
33 Glee Club 13 Mercian 2,3,4,
JANE MIRIAM McDONALD-159 Austin, Fall River, lm-
maculate Conception, Sodality 2,3, Vice-Prefect, 4,
Prefect3 National Honor Society 3,43 Spanish Club 2,32
Glee Club 1,2,3, Librarian3 Mercycrest 4, Photography
Editor3 Science Club 1,3.
ALICE CATHERINE McMANUS-174 McCloskey, Fall
River, Immaculate Conception, Class Secretary 23 National
Honor Society 3,43 Spanish Club 2,33 Orchestra 1,2,3,4,
VIVIAN MARIE MALTAIS-68 Niagara, Fall River, St. Anne
Parish, French Club 2,3,43 Science Club 1,2,3.
NANCY JEAN MARTEL-124 Beech Ave., Tiverton, Holy
Ghost Parish, Class Treasurer 1,23 Sodality 13 Student
Council 33 Orchestra 1,23 Mercian 3,4, Art Manager3
Science Club 13 lntramural 13 Varsity 1,2.
JOAN E. MEDEIROS-43 Matthew Road, Tiverton, Holy
Ghost Parish, Class Secretary 33 Spanish Club 2,3,43 Glee
Club 1,2,33 Science Club 33 lntramural 1,2,3.
LORETTA C. MICHAUD-46 Rhode Island Ave., Somerset,
St. Patrick Parish, Sodality 13 Intramural 1,4.
CATHY ANN MICHEL-145 Durfee Road, Tiverton, Holy
Ghost Parish, Spanish Club 23 Intramural 1.
JUDITH M. MIS-49 Hamlet, Fall River, St. Stanislaus Parish,
French Club 33 Glee Club 1,2,3.
CAROL ANNE MISEK-132 Crawford, Fall River, St.
Patrick Parish, Spanish Club 2,33 Glee Club 1,23 lntra-
GAIL JEAN MONIZ-606 Pokross, Fall River, St. Patrick
Parish, Spanish Club 2,3,43 Mercian 2,33 Science Club 13
SUSAN GAYLE MORIN-239 Broadway, Fall River, St.
Louis Parish, Class Secretary 43 Spanish Club 2,33 Glee
Club 1,23 Cheerleading 3,4, Co-Captain3 Intramural 2,3.
MARY JANE NEWBURY-25 Terrace Ave., Tiverton, St.
Christopher Parish, Sodality 2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,33
Mercycrest 43 Science Club 1.
CYNTHIA JOAN 0'CONNELL-318 Anthony, Fall River,
St. William Parish, National Honor Society 3,43 Debate
Society 1,2,3, Librarian, 4, Librarian3 French Club 2,3,43
Glee Club 1,2,3,43 French Nat'l Honor Society 3,4,
DENISE LYNN OUELLETTE-49 Bourn Ave., Somerset, St.
Patrick Parish, French Club 23 Mercian 2,3,4, Photography
SUZANNE PAQUETTE-525 Center, Fall River, St. Anne
Parish, National Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President3
French Club 2,33 Glee Club 1,2,3, Librarian, 43 Mercycrest
4, Co-Editor3 Science Club 1,32 Intramural 1.
ELIZABETH ANN PERRY-57 Desmond Ave., Somerset, St.
Thomas More Parish, Class President 23 Class Vice-Presi-
dent 33 Class Secretary 13 Student Council 2,4, President3
Glee Club 1,2,3, Treasurer.
JUDITH MARIE PIMENTAL-40 Snell, Fall River, SS. Peter
8a Paul Parish, Spanish Club 23 Glee Club 1,2,33 Science
Club 13Cheerleading 3,4, Co-Captain.
SANDRA ELIZABETH PIRES-112 Holliston Ave., Ports-
mouth, St. Anthony, French Club 3,43 Glee Club 'l,2,3j
Science Club 3.
JANET A. PLAMONDON-529 Middle, Fall River, St. Anne
ANNE LOUISE POTVIN-118 Longhill Ave., Somerset, St.
Mathieu Parish, Class President 33 Student Council 3,43
French Club 33 Intramural 1,2,3.
DEBORAH ANN QUENTAL-202 Fourth, Fall River, St.
Mary Parish, Class Secretary 1,21 Sodality 2,3, Secretary,
43 Student Council 4, Treasurer3 French Club 33 Glee Club
1,2,3f Mercycrest 43 Science Club 33 Intramural 1,2.
GAYLE ANN RAPOSA-1518 Main Road, Tiverton, St.
Christopher Parish, Class Treasurer 43 French Club 3,43
Orchestra 2,3, Librarian, 4, Librarian3 Intramural 1,2.
MARY S. REDFERN-208 Rodman, Fall River, St. Mary
Parish, Intramural 3,43 Varsity 4.
MADELINE ELIZABETH REGO-4 Appleton, Fall River,
Our Lady of the Angels, Clas Treasurer 43 Spanish Club
JOYCE CATHERINE ROCHA-52 Snell, Fall River, SS.
Peter 8: Paul Parish, Student Council 33Spanish Club 2,33
Glee Club l,2,31lntramul'al 1,2.
DENISE R. ROUSSEAU-3 Summer, Somerset, St. Louis de
France Parish, French Club 33 Glee Club 2,3,
JANICE LOUISE RYBKA-495 Center, Fall River, St.
Stanislaus Parish, French Club 3, Secretary, 4, Vice-Presi-
denfj Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary3 Mercycrest 43 Intra-
PATRICIA A. SABAT-3 Foster, Fall River, Holy Cross
SUZETTE DIANE SANTERRE-1326 Gardners Neck Road,
Swansea, Our Lady of Fatima, Mercycrest 43 Science Club
33 Intramural 1,2.
CAROL DAWN SERRATO-38 Colfax, Fall River, Sacred
Heart Parish, Spanish Club 2.
BARBARA ANN SOUZA-607 Third, Fall River, St, Louis
Parish, French Club 3,43 Orchestra 2,3,43 Intramural
CAROL JUNE STEC-145 Baird, Fall River, Holy Cross
Parish, Intramural 2.
NANCY ANN SULLIVAN-27 Hall, Fall River, St. Patrick
Parish, Spanish Club 2,33 Glee Club 1,2,3.
CHRISTINE MARIE TALBOT-38 Freedom, Fall River, St.
Anne Parish, Class Vice-President 13 Student Council 4,
Vice-President3 Debate Society 1,2, Secretary3 Spanish
Club 2,3, Treasurer3 Mercycrest 4.
PATRICIA ANN TALBOT-1443 Bedford, Fall River, lm-
maculate Conception, Class President 13 Class Secretary 33
Student Council 13 National Honor Society 3,4, President3
French Club 2,31 Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer3 Mercycrest
43 Science Club 33 Intramural 13 French Nat'I Honor
Society 33 Latin Nat'I Honor Society 3.
MARY LOUISE TYRRELL-257 Tecumseh, Fall River, SS.
Peter 81 Paul Parish, National Honor Society 3,43 French
Club 2,3,41 Glee Club 1,2,33 Mercycrest 4, Editor-in-Chief3
Science Club 33 Intramural 1,2.
DENISE ANNE VEZINA-198 Thelma Ave., Somerset, St.
Louis de France, Class President 13 Class Vice-President 23
Class Treasurer 33 Student Council 1,4, Secretary3 French
Club 3,43 Mercycrest 43 Science Club 33 Intramural 1,2.
JULIA ANN WEBER-70 Winthrop, Fall River, St. Stanislaus
PATRICIA ANNE WHITMORE-101 East County, Somerset,
St. Patrick Parish, Glee Club 13 Intramural 1.
CHRISTINE ANN WILDING-52 Snell, Fall River, SS. Peter
81 Paul Parish, National Honor Society 3,43 French Club
3,43 Glee Club 1,2,33 Mercycrest 43 Science Club 13
IRENE N. WOJCIECHOWSKI-150 Cambridge, Fall River,
Holy Cross Parish, French Club 33 Glee Club 2,3.
SHARON MARIE WOYCIECHOWSKI-205 Lawton, Fall
River, Holy Cross Parish, French Club 33 Glee Club 1,2,33
Science Club 3.
CAROL JANET WRIGHTINGTON-48 Gagnon, Fall River,
Notre Dame de Lourdes, French Club 2: Glee Club 23
Science Club 3.
Mr. 81 Mrs. Emile J. Amiot
Mr. 81 Mrs. Louis R. Bouchard
Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Cabral
Mr. 81 Mrs. James S. Bentley
Mr. 8: Mrs. Armand J. Berube
Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph jf. Bibeau
Mr. 84 Mrs. Thomas J. Cassidy
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward J. Costa
Mr. 8: Mrs. George A. Crosson
Mr. 8: Mrs. William J. Dunse
Mr. 81 Mrs. Louis Furtado
Mr. 84 Mrs. Alban A. Gagne
Mr. 84 Mrs. Frank Grace, Jr.
Mr. 81 Mrs. Eugene Hadala
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs. Fernand Aballo Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Alfred J. Amore Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph N. Banville Mr. 84 Mrs
Mr. 84 Mrs. Joseph Barboza Mr. 84 Mrs
Mr. 84 Mrs. Rudolph B. Bernier Mr. 84 Mrs
Mr. 81 Mrs. Russell R. Berube Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs. Edward Bronhard Mr. 84 Mrs
Mr. 84 Mrs. William Joseph Brooks, Jr Mr, 84 Mrs
Mr. 81 Mrs. August Camara, Jr. Mr. 84 Mrs
Mr. 81 Mrs. Gerard A. Comeau Mr. 84 Mrs
Mr. 81 Mrs. Gerard Desmarais Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs. Albert F. Doucette Mr. 84 Mrs
Mr. 84 Mrs. James N. Dunbar
Mr. 84 Mrs. Manuel Fernandes, Jr.
Mrs. Lorraine Frain
Mr. 84 Mrs. Raymond F. Francoeur
Mr. 81 Mrs. John F. Golden, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Omer F. Guimond
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs.
William E. Janes
George E. Flanagan
James P. McManus
Walter J. Janick
Edward J. McCann
Roger R. Rousseau
David D. Talbot
Lawrence B. Talbot
John J. Wilding
Roland A. Levesque
Joseph Roland Martel
John T. McDonald
Leo E. Moniz
Edward L. Morin
Edward D. Perry
Joseph C. Pires
Mrs. Rita Ouental
Mr. 84 Mrs
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs
Mr. 81 Mrs
Mr. 81 Mrs
Mr. 84 Mrs
.John F. Raposa
Florencio R. Serrato
Milton S. Stec
Daniel J.P. Sullivan
Edward D. Tyrrell
THE MOST REVEREND JAMES L. CONNOLLY, D.S.C.H.
THE MOST REVEREND JAMES J. GERRARD, D.D.
CHOR BISHOP JOSEPH EID, D.D.
Reverend Alfred Bonneau
Reverend John E. Boyd
Reverend Arthur G. Dupuis
Reverend Raymond Considine
Reverend Anthony M. Gomes
Reverend Henri A. Hamel
Reverend Lester L. Hull
Reverend Daniel Shalloo
Reverend John T. Shea
Reverend Robert L. Stanton
Reverend Arthur W. Tansey
Very Reverend William A. Galvin, J.C.D.
Reverend Henri Charest
Reverend John P. Condon
Reverend Vincent I. Cronin, C.S.Sp.
Reverend John P. Driscoll
Reverend Raymond M. Drouin, 0.P
Reverend Thomas B. Hart
Reverend Patrick J. Hunt
Reverend William R. Jordan
Reverend Robert S. Kaszynski
Reverend Michael Kurylo
Reverend Maurice Lamontagne
Reverend James Manning, C.S.Sp.
Reverend James F. McDermott
Reverend Luiz G. Mendonca
Reverend David A. O'Brien
Reverend Felician Plichta, 0.F.M.
Reverend Antone dos Reis
Reverend Manuel M. Resendes
Reverend John V. Rezendes
Reverend Howard Waldron
Special Business Friends
Donnelly's Clothing Store
790 Broad Street, Providence, R.l.
Mathieu Oil Co.-"We Never Sleep"
663 Rodman Street, Fall River, Mass.
J. Richard O'Neil Co., Inc.
282 Franklin Street, Cambridge, Mass.
Gold Star Patrons
Congratulations to the Class of 1969
Class of 1970, Mt. St. Mary Academy
Congratulations to the Class of 1969
Class of 1971, Mt. St. Mary Academy
Congratulations to the Class of 1969
Class of 1972, Mt. St. Mary Academy
Aluminum Processing Corporation
179 Martine Street, Fall River
Bella 81 Tony's Snack Bar
1632 South Main Street, Fall River
William Costa Plumbing
267 Brayton Avenue, Fall River
Dr. 8: Mrs. Henry C. Lincoln
25 Brenton Road, Swansea
Nira Warehouse Mart, Inc.
1732 South Main Street, Fall River
16 Anawan Street, Fall River
The Ski House
1241 Wilbur Avenue, Somerset
368 South Main Street, Fall River
White Spa Caterers
1343 Pleasant Street, Fall River
Silver Star Patrons
Al's Shell Service Centre
994 County Street, Somerset
Apex Shade Company
21 Lindsey Street, Fall River
812 North Main Street, Fall River
Brad's Motors, Inc.
847 South Main Street, Fall River
240 Ocean Grove Avenue, Swansea
Charlie's Oil Company
261 Kilburn Street, Fall River
Cherry 84 Webb Company
139 South Main Street, Fall River
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
1244 Davol Street, Fall River
Corrigan the Apothecary
1412 South Main Street, Fall River
3034 East Main Road, Portsmouth
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Costa
267 Brayton Avenue, Fall River
Roger Dufour-Pianos 84 Organs
538 South Main Street, Fall River
Edward's Motor Lines, Inc.
245 State Road, Westport
Fall River Electric Light Company
85 North Main Street, Fall River
Fall River First Federal Savings and Loan Association
1 North Main Street, Fall River
Fall River Gas Company
155 North Main Street
Fall River Savings Bank
879 County Street, Somerset
Fall River Travel Bureau, lnc.
154 North Main Street, Fall River
Friendly lce Cream
County Street, Somerset
Rene J. Garant, Building Contractor
568 Woodman Street, Fall River
Ideal Liquor Store, lnc.
1768 Pleasant Street, Fall River
Immaculate Conception Federal Credit Union
403 County Street, Fall River
Jerry's Barber Shop
734 Slade Street, Fall River
John's Shell Ranch Service
Canning Boulevard, Fall River
Mr. 84 Mrs. Roland Lafrance
1436 Drift Road, Westport
20 Clayton Street, Fall River
LeComte's Dairy, Inc.
160 Leonard Street, Fall River
84 Bedford Street, Fall River
R.A. McWhirr Company
165-193 South Main Street, Fall River
Michel's Cabinet 84 Supply
1019 Main Road, Tiverton
360 Bay Street, Fall River
Nite Owl Diners, Inc.
1672 Pleasant Street, Fall River
Parisian Dress Shop
228 South Main Street, Fall River
Russell C. Ouellette
183 Highland Road, Tiverton
Aime Pelletier, Electrical Contractor
355 Rhode Island Boulevard, Fall River
Perfection Automotive Service
557 Spring Street, Fall River
M.D. Perry Insurance Agency, Inc.
217 Academy Building, Fall River
201 South Main Street, Fall River
594 Pleasant Street, Fall River
Ray's Flower Shop
826 South Main Street, Fall River
Robert's Fur 8: Formal Shop
383 Spring Street, Fall River
Sandy's Catering Service 84 Restaurant
1375 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River
Miss Sarah M. Shea
130 Hood Street, Fall River
Slade Laundry 8: Cleaners
1068 Slade Street, Fall River
780 County Street, Somerset
Souza's Photo Service
34 Borden Street, Fall River
Stone Bridge Inn
1 Lawton Avenue, Tiverton
1201 Slade Street, Fall River
110 Buffington Street, Fall River
Valcourt Industrial Supply Company
253 East Main Street, Fall River
Venus De Milo
GAR Highway, Swansea
Watuppa Oil Company
1672 Pleasant Street, Fall River
153 Mariano S. Bishop Boulevard, Fall River
Blue Star Patrons
Mr. 84 Mrs. Richard Abedon
Academy Parking Lot
Adam's Book Store
Mrs. Maria A. Albernaz
Miss Mary Albernaz
J.E. Amiot Sons, Co.
Andy's Radio 81 TV Service
Auclair Funeral Home
Bernie's Beauty Shop
Bogle Hill Hardware
Dr. Leonard, F. Borges, D.D.S.
Attorney 81 Mrs. Thomas T. Brady
Miss Emily Bronhard
Burn's Electronic Supply Company
Capitol Fruit Stores, Incorporated
Cascade Drug Company
Mrs. Victoria Cassidy
CharIie's Variety Store
Dr. 84 Mrs. Roland A. Chouinard
Colonial Beauty Shop
Cosmos' Pizza Kitchen
Dick's Barber Shop
Mrs. John W. Driscoll
O. Dumont 81 Son
Enos 84 Sons Service Station
Family Meat Market
Ferreira's Music Center
Flint Floor Covering
Flint Hardware Company
Mrs. Catherine Freiborne
Fur-tado's Radio 81 TV Service
Fuzzy Discount Mart
Globe Printing 8: Company
Mrs. George L. Goodfellow
Goulet's Pastry Shop
Mrs. Frank Grace, Sr.
Marion Gasior Grace, R.N.
Gray Business Equipment Co., Inc.
Hall's Music Store
Mr. 8: Mrs. Francis H. Harrington
August Hebert 81 Son
Hector's Service Center, Inc.
Ideal Laundry of Fall River
Iodice Barber Shop
John's Shoe Store
Kelleher Paint 84 Supply, Inc.
Krupa's Fumiture Store
Lage Travel Bureau
Larry's Atlantic Gas Station
Maurice V. Lauzier Funeral Home
Levesque's Flower Shop
Long 81 Parent Insurance Agency
Lorraine's Beauty Salon
Mr. Louis Hair Stylist
Louise's Dress Shop
Lyn Sportswear Company, Inc.
Mailloux's Red 84 White
Main Drug Store
Main Hardware Supply Company
Mr. 84 Mrs. Arthur Marchand
Margie's Bake Shop
Marion's Beauty Salon
Antonio C. Marks, D.D.S.
Mr. 84 Mrs. George McDonald
Merri Card Shop
Dr. Robert Milot
Modern Furniture Company
Moe's Beauty Salon
Mr. 81 Mrs. Leo Moniz
Morse Shoe Store
Mullen Brothers Jewelers
Niagra Funeral Home
Dr. Normand 0. Paquin
Park Drug Store
Mr. Paul Hairstylist
Peter's Package Store
Phenix Aluminum Products, Inc.
Richard Phenix Cleansers
Quality Wine 84 Liquor
Ranch House Restaurant
Ray's Shoe Repair
Rex Linnen Supply
Sabina's Beauty Shoppe
Santos Barber Shop
Dr. Charles J. Sasson
Shelburne Shirt Company
Silhouette Beauty Salon
Simon's Supply Company, Inc.
Standish Boat Yard
8tanley's Upholstering Co.
Dr. Ernest C. Stasion
J.J. Stevens Company
Tavares Texaco Station
Westport Factory Furniture
Mr. 81 Mrs. Lenwood J. Williamson
Grace Wong Restaurant
CLASS OF 1969
CHERRY 8. WEBB COMPANY
137 South Main Street
Fall River, Massachusetts
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