Mount Mercy Academy - Mercian Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)

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MARY JO BOOTH 'A LEADER--SCNOLASTIC, Fun- LOVING--LOVED ev ALL.' 6771, ,xxx I nl I KI ,.-- PATRICIA BRECKEN ,r 4 NSILENCE IS GOLDEN, BUT ', THEN sus IS A REousAn." ,.1 I , if . , .'j I I . . . I, JOAN BURGHDUFF ' 'LIVES HER LIFE AS Hen 1,2 HEART DIRECTS HER." '.. 1. . . , . . QQMQSWAL . :1 'x" X 'fum' lvsww A I 1 , .1,,,.,:... N . ' . is MARIANNE BUSCH 5, EAN UYou JUST wAlT UNTIL I cnow Z1 UP...TALLER, I MEANAW ,I . 2' I I L E Nw-' T QMEJ "'A H: ' '2,':.- J: .,, -' ' ' C I , 'I , GAIL BUTLER ,, 'j, A 'wav :KEEP QUIET wusn I HAVE 11 "', ' so HUCH T0 SAV." ', ,.-' n ,.'. 4 , 'I 'I ' I' 1 I", 1 ' '. . jnfzj 1.5.1 I I' . . MARY CORBY . Z3 . "JusT ANOTHER HUMAN cLocx-- 1: wouno up ALL TH: TIME.n LEE .g.gI yy 11:3 ."J .gig .' 'I QQ 2111117 '-'fait 111 MARY JANE CZECHANSKI 4'nl NA SMILE, A Fnnenom' JEST, 5235331 sv THINGS LIKE 'rms we Know HER BEST." "EE 'll . .'j . .. . SHARON DUBA " . "Tune ARE TWO suoss TO '-I EVERY sToRv--HER own " Ano me wnowc ons." .' .-1 .QQ 21? E .-Q SUSAN GIETZEN Q "Snow Evss REFLECT DEEP wusns EASILY srunnzo av -Z A cAv THoucnT." E1 EI 'I 1 'I ARLENE GRZESZAK WTnoucuTFuL Ano SHEETS SHE Lncxs Nor WISDOM-N JUDQTH GOEBEL WTHE WORLD BELONGS T0 THE ENERGETIC, BUT wno WANTS THE wonLo.' ROSEMARHE HANKS NCOMMON SENSE IN AN uncon- anaemia!" Mon wAY.' CHARLENE HEITZ WTHE QUIET KIND WHOSE NATURE NEVER VARlES.N 3 EDDA HILL 'SHE wuLL FIND A wAY on MAKE ONE.' ROSE MARIE HODYNA NSHE wuo Lnucus LAST DOE5N'T UNDERSTAND THE JOKE.' .2-www 4W"'E "Y 1l"" ,-,. z ,. 4, .. y T T H I 2 f dl , KATHRYN HORMIG ' NA aLusH IS PRETTY BUT OFTEN INCONVENIENT.n V-5 , ,gi 5 ig!-Z Q: TwgA4'V, fgfi '72 M'3jIiyAif'9Z I E ' 95 mi 'E , ,f VL':,,.,.V i. .. bw JUDITH JELENS v 4!lf E 'l'LL GET IT DONE 50METlME.n ' Y, iii -ear 3 x 13 'X -1157 1 A 'Z' I 'g- A - 5.,Rg-3.a5Ey.i:g:,-'A -1 ,--.,-m..:f.w,I+f5f' .M,f :,,.L1,R.y,x:.sa- Eg, , . ,, fq:,:...p,. Am, ,I 5 f' I Q X55 ff i N, ,I 'www X I I A A lfihyi ELIZABETH RAE JOHNSON NLIKABLE GIRL WITH A LIKABLE wAv, WE'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER HER THAT WAY.n KARNA JOHNSON JEANNE JUCHNIEWICZ WTHE KIND or PERSON YOUVRE Rnouo T0 CALL vouR FRlEND.n KARYL JUDSON WA GIRL or ACTION RATHER THAN HORDS.n MARLENE JUREWECZ NNoT Too SERIOUS, nor Too GAY, our A REAL sooo FRIEND IN EVERY WAY-n JEAN KOLENDA 'SHE HAS A PLEASANT, CREER- FUL wAv THAT HAUNTS voun HEMORY,n LORETTA KULCZAK UKEEN SENSE! common SENSE? SOME ROOM ron NON-SENSE.n NANCY LIESKE 'THERE ARE MANY LINKS IN HER CHAIN or FRlENDSHlPS.' INDEPENDENT BUT DEPENDABLEJ' SHARON LUBINSKAS WI couLD no venv FAR IN THE WORLD, IF I xnew wulcn wav T0 TURN.' MARCIA MACK 'BuasLlnc WITH LAucHTen N MARYANN MACIOSZEK 'ReAov AND HILLINQ Fon ANYTHING wonrn WHlLE.n JUDITH MANCEWICZ 'Success snoueo cone :non Men oeTeRnlNATloN.' RUTH MASALKOSKI WSne's seen BUT NOT uEARo.' JULIA MASCK 'A GIRL or STRONG nesoeuruon Ano SET Punvose W MAUREEN MEADE 'Sue Looxs LIKE AN AuceL Acrs Luxe one Too, BUT vou ueven cAn TELL WHAT AN ANGEL HILL no W PATRICIA MUNGERSON WQUIET sur nov IDLE.n 15' l YN ' if E1 1iE2Zf'! 6665105 Dufuvlvs W 1 K zjfgjfgfi kiiiiffi ,W j kv 2 . ' - , N Z2 " 222 WQWMQZQQWWZWZ Q9 Q45 ,fi 0 , , Mpjwpovoxl 3 , W 1 df f . -mad' uf f f W Mvfiizwi My Q E 'LLQQQ 0177! di? Q, L' QL . Q f7fbLz7Diyg1lj7549!ZZW . A ,My-f QL? ugwqyldwfg I U! H . ff! f Affgfp 54 M65 44' MW wgazwwm- Qifi W n gfwffff. GQ' iiq00J :uint W M Mem BMSTW-L Yflwvgv is jiflw w uf wwf WM' Us W1 we-ww T333 ff , 356 jsp, 555- any 'B ,R louwb Z-,,.s.b so S. 5161 Q, ,.. N, my MX S:,T.v"n,go Qoolob 1,,?fq' XB 00, ' ox 5' A,a..vv.,I5'0.,4.?S .hfqkgk 'ifogghiiggih 'fjjge Q08 W 9-'BJVK3 .,,. LQ Q, A S 5 eq, XJ-QWXXJQ-Dfvlga, yxuwx xxowtafx oonixs VW? 'N Ovvvgx 8,0-fsxjr it Q91 y is X X3 '38 3535? 4f"' J lE S OL- 'Ql- 3 I6 l 1 ,Ma h ROSE NESSNER 'To HERSELF Mucu SHE Tnoucnr, sur SELDOH SPOKE.' CAROL OLLES 'Ann HIGH, wonx HARD Ano SUCCEED AS sus wlLL.' SUZANNE PALASEK NA WINNING wnv, A FRIENDLY SMlLE.n JUDITH PAWLAK WA QUIET HEART IS ANNOUNCED sv QUIET THOUGHTS.n CORNETTA PENFOLD 'PROGRESS AnAzEs ME, I couLo snr Ann OSSERVE IT Fon HouRs.' MARY KAYE PERSAK 'CHEERY SMILE, LAUGNING EvEs, GENUINE, sur smALL IN SlZE.' MARIE PLATTE 'BLESSED BE THEY uno sAv uotnlnc ron THEY suALL Nov BE QUOTEO.' JOYCE POPOSKI 'LEARN T0 MAKE THE HOST or LIFE--Loss no HAPPV nAv.' ROSEMARY PYLYPCZUK WA LITTLE BASHEUL, A LITTLE snvg STILL THERE's nIscHIEr IN MER EVE W PATRICIA RADLINSKI HHER SILENCE IS NEVER RATIONEDAH JOANNE ROACH WHER DETERMINATION cREATEs INTEREST THAT snows WITH THE YEARS W DIANA ROSZKOSKI 'A LIGHT IN HER EYES, A SMILE on HER LIPS, A some IN HER HEART N SHARON SEYMOUR 'WISDOM GOES WITH FEWEST woRDs.' CAROL LOUISE SMITH 'BEING ALL SHE IS AND AND NOTHING SHE IS NOT W BARBARA STANDER NSHILE GOES OUT AS THE DIHPLES co lN.' PATRICIA STEFFES WSUCH A GIRL IS THE BEGIN- NING or GREAT THINGS.u .-ii I 5 I fix I I I I . I ,MHfJ9 w.,,, vp.- ,f ,, PAULA STELTER USINCE LIFE'S so WORTH , LIVING, SNEVLL Fino THE ex HAY THAT'S BE5T.n A 4, . RAM . ' . . A' 0 A BARBARA SUCHOCKI D l nlT'S A FRIENDLY HEART THAT HAS PLENTY or nw , FRlENDS.n , ' -,,Xw At Q i,iE ' Qq?g?3i- W 447 W Q wmwqa X ,, EASE Rgfgg 2 N JUDITH SZPEINSKI P , fi ICR A ' A HWHEN SHE SMILES vou'LL HISCHIEF IN HER MlNo.' H 1 1 1 PATRICIA szvszxo f. V 3 Y ! 2 L 18 1 , s X 'A 'A wlsv or HAIR ACROSS HER FACE, LAUGHING EYES, ",, AND DIMPLED CHEEKS.' ,.' ' , 'M , I . I I Z ,,. . - .1 GERALDSNE TAUTER ' . WIP SILENCE HERE GOLDEN, 'IZ I wouLo BE A PAUPER.n .I , 1 . PHYLLES TAYLOR 'Goon Tnvncs DoN'T COME T0 voug vou Musr so our AND GET THEM-N 4, X CAMILLE TRUSZKOWSKI NSHE IS MIGHTY AND wlssg 5HE'S A TERROR Pon HER SlZE.' A GERALDINE TRUSKOWSKI 'OPPORTUNITY FOR Mvsculsr cones ONE HUNDRED Tunes A DAY.n ALWAYS FIND A TOUCH DF 11 11 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 I 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CAROL VANDEN BERG nEASY TO MEET, HARD T0 FORGET.' LINDA VANDERHYDE W LlvE WIRE NEVER cevs STEPPED oN,W . ..7 ' -SSW yngzi S?HQfK ESTELLE WALTERS "FULL or Fun AND FANCY." ' Q""'5-is CAROLE WAUCHOPE WGooo NATURE vs THE vERv Ann or A sooo nuNo.' 3 KK MARGARET WILCOME WALWAYS READY WITH AN ANSWER," CLASS COLORS - Ivonv AND GoLo CLASS MOTTO - Fun-Lovins, GAY, MARY-LIKE IN EVERY wAv. CLASS FLOWER - PEACH ROSE Voledictoricm l I O Scllutatorlan ALDONA BALYS WAS BORN IN KAUNAS, LITHUANIA T0 MR. AND MARY Jo BOOTH REGAN HER LIFE WITH MERCV. SHE HAS BORN T0 MRS, STANLEY K. BALYS HHERE SHE LIVED UNTIL THE GERMAN IN- EARL AND IRENE BOOTH AT MERCY HOSPITAL, BAY CITY, MICHIGAN. VASION IN IQHM, THE FAMILY LEFT LITHUANIA, TRAVELED THROUGH SHE ATTENDED HOLY TRINITY GRADE SCHOOL THROUGH THE SIXTH POLAND AND GERMANY, AND THEN SET7LED IN ELUOENS, AUSTRIA, A GRADE. HER PARENTS MOVED T0 ONAWAY IN THE SUMMER OF I952. SMALL TOWN IN THE ALPS. WHEN ALOONA STARTED SCHOOL THERE, AFTER HAVING ATTENOEO ONAWAY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FOR TWO SHE KNEH NO GERMAN BUT SOON ACQUIRED A COMMAND OF THE LAN- YEARS, MARY JO DESIRED A CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION AND GUAGE WHICH SHE STILL SPEAKS TODAY. SHE ALSO STUDIEO so SHE LEFT HER DOG, SKIPPER, HER FRIENDS, AND HER FAPILY, ENGLISH DFGAUSE HER FATHER FORESAH THEIR GOING T0 AMERICA. INCLUDING HER YOUNGER BROTHER FLOYD, TO COME TO MOUNT MERCY SHE HAD COMPLETED THE THIRD GRADE NHEN SHE, WITH HER PARENTS AS A ROARDING STUDENT IN SEPTEMBER, IQ5H.DURING HER SOPHO- ANU YOUNCER BROTHER SAULIUS, LEFT AUSTRIA FOR AMERICA. IN MORE YEAR THE GIRLS RECEIVED THE DISHEARTENING NEHS THAT IQSO. MOST OF THAT YEAR WAS SPENT TRAVELING. WHEN THE THERE WOULD BE N0 FACILITIES FOR B0ARDgRS THE EOLLOHING BALYS FAMILY GAME TO GRAND RAPIDS, ALDONA ENTEREO AND COM- YEAR, MARY Jo ADMITS SHE HAD BECOME NRATHER ATYACNEDH T0 PLETED HER ELEMENTARY AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TRAINING AT MOUNT MERCY AND HAS DETERMINEO T0 COME BACK. IT HAS FINALLY SS PETER A PAUL SCHOOL. ARRANGED THAT SHE SHOULD STAY WITH THE PARENTS OF ONE or HER FAVORITE HOBBIES, WHEN N07 STUDYING, ARE READING AND MOUNT MERCY'S OHN ALUMNAE, MR. AND MRS. JOHN PEEREEOOH, WHO KEEPING HER HISTORY SCRAP aoox UP TO DATE. MARY JO SAYS, HAVE GIVEN HER ALL THE LOvE THEY COULD GIVE A HAVING REACHED HER EIGHTEENTH BIRTHDAY, ALDONA IS IN DAUGHTER OF THEIR OHN. PROCESS OF APFLYING FOR HER AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP. AFTER HER HIGH SCHOOL YEARS HAVE BEEN FILLED wITH MERCY. THE GRADUATION SHE PLANS T0 ATTEND AQUINAS COLLEGE WHERE SHE FUTURE INCLUDES MERCY ALSO. MARY JO HILL ATTEND MERCY HILL MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS. COLLEGE, DETROIT, HHERE SHE PLANS TO STUDY ELEMENTARY EDU- WE RAY FITTING TRIBUTE T0 ALDONA, OUR TOP SCNOLASTlC-- CATION, UALEDICTORIAN OF MOUNT MERCY AND NEH CITIZEN Or OUR COUNTRY. MR. AND MRS. BOOTH HAvE A DAUGHTER OF WHOM THEY CAN BE VERY PROUD -MARY JO SALUTATORIAN, I9581 I xx' 457' Honor Students 'C'- .. .L K ,R s WT' IPF in fd A 'EPI 'QM I U ' Cb X A A V GIRLS, WHOSE EFFORTS NAvE PUT THEM NEXT T0 THE TOP RANKING sENIoRs ARE, LEFT T0 RIQNT, PIIYLLIS TAYLOR, PHYLLIS BERGHAN, LDRETTA KuLczAx, AND GERALDINE TAUTER. 1- .I .W - Tr Oszcuuos T0 ouR If: Ififf 5' ,QT-fx TOP sENIoRs! fv 4? 1 1 , j .' '. "Wan " Q27 .-9 X - E it gg: K 'fr f LX-R fy ffl - X -'i' .. 'gg ' 1 : , j Y' . 1 -'I .I . Q, , X X 5 Z Q4 ff' K j2silE5 fix! 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Q Q , ., Q 1 . yy 28 rf Q mf 4- 5 'ali Pi f , ,sv A 1 9+ as -a Howlnc THE Juunon cuss OFFICES neg LE:-r 'ro Rlcwr, Bonnie Wooos, szcncunvg Annan: Szvszxo, Tnsxxsuneng BARQARA KAN'ron, PRESIDENT: BARBARA Sunowsxl, vlcE- Pnzslosnr. PRESIDING oven me rnzsmun cuss Ansg snnoluc, Hnnv Jus Tznuowsxl, vnsslosnrg KATHLEEN Tosun, Tresnsunzng sznzo, SAunoRA Dvsnrnn, sscnznnvg SHARON Lamson, vlcs-PRESIDENT. J E5.'i1 l.f.,Ed.!S Nwff -L 1 YJ Kip if M .J ""'9"' WSP A vga' 3' f an Kixw 'K 'fx Jr-O' fvj, 'Ya W 'fa F MIND HKNOWLEDGE SuRRouNoS uS.W BUT H'CAN ONLY BE REALIZED IN INDIVIDUAL MINDS THROUGH PER- SONAL EFFORT, WILLINGNESS,AND PERSEVERANCE, PROPERLY MOTI- VATED. MUCH THAT WE LEARN IS QUICKLY FORGOTTEN--WHAT WE WISH TO RETAIN MUST BE OVER- LEARNED. SUCH RETENTION RE- QUIRES THE ASSISTANCE or OUR TEACHERS AND ouR DESIRE T0 LEARN. MORE THAN THIS, IT DEMANDS CONCENTRATION, INVES- TIGATION, ExRERIMENTATIoN, AN ACTUAL LIVING or ALL THAT HAS SEEN LEARNED. IN A woRo, THE ACQUISITION or KNOWLEDGE RE- QUIRES EFFORT. THUS ONLY CAN ouR MINDS snow IN WWISDOM AND KNOWLEDGE AND GRACE BEFORE Goo AND MEN.N YA ' V , ..T Jac: r I ll N , J' gifts: rbjfg I ra? -fp 'Q , ,l 4 fer ffdilgii ur fmxiib ' T Foun DIFFERENT MEDIA or ART ARE OBSERVED sv JOYCE POPOSKI AND SHARON LusINsxAs AS CAROL: WAUCHOPE woRxs WITH PASTELS, SHARON SEYMOUR HI cRAvoN ON EILACIA, PATRICIA STEEEES ON A COLLAGE AND GERALDINE TRUSKOHSKI on A SCRATCHBOARD. TN n 4 9 4 Nw ,., ..:. Y jg Eft .' x. X A I xl'- f 3Fg3E:2lTT .. V JS , r ' 'T I Ufkg iff ' I ,I X H 1'iNp JOYCE P ON A vo Art WTHE WHOLE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONSTRUCTION AND CREATION IS EXACTLY THIS! THAT A THING coNsTRUcTEo cAN ONLY BE LOVED AFTER IT IS coNsTRUcTEo: BUT A THING CREATED BS LOVED BEFGRE IT EXlSTS.N G.K,C. STUDENTS IN THE ART DEPART- MENT, WITH SISTER MARY PASQHAL, DESCOVER NUMERoUs WAYS or UTIL- IzINc THEIR ARTIsTIc TALENTS. IN THE SPRING THE YOUNG ARTISTS ARE ABLE TO DISPLAY MANY or THEIR WORKS IN THE YoUTH TALENT EXHIBIT SPONSORED sv THE GRAND RAPIDS HERALD AND THE MUSEUM. OPOSKI WORKS INTENSIVELY RTRAIT IN OILS--HER FIRST ATTEMPT. ,fx X TuE PATIENCE AND sTEADv HANDS or DIANNE Bnowu, MARGERY Burrun AND EDITH BUTLER, WITH succEs- TIoNs Enom SISTER MARY PASCNAL,RESULT IN INTRI- CATE TOOTHPICK DESIGNS. ! wb K FIVE Ac! P . , as 'f 'f'4n- A WW XR MARIE GEDRIS IS CAPTURED WITH INTEREST WHILE SHE WATCHES CANILLE Tnuszxowsxl Fonn A CLAY MODEL, TO BE FINISHED Il PLASTER. MARv PRESTON IS COHPLETING AN ASSIGNHENT IN SEA LIFE IN DESIGN, HHILE BARBARA GIETZEN wonxs on FIcuRE DRAWING IN PASTEL. awi 'mmf Commercial Ln .Q i In SMORTHAND ll TAKING DICTATION AT THE aoAwo ssnvss A THOFOLD vunposz. IT IS A MEANS or con- nscrunc ourLunEs ron THE c1RLs AT vas BOARD, AND IT ACTS AS AN ou1LlNE asvlsw Fon rn: orusRs. 4 ,-LL A,.f """"'1 g. gif -lllr . - IEW , WnuLe wonxnnc on Tnsun PRACTICE ssrs, EACH GIRL 'KnowLEocs conss Tnnoucn RsvETuTlon.' DRILLING TAKES Hen 1unn AT rue cnscx Pnovecron, one or rue THEIR Bauer ronns ARE Tue svunsurs or SHORTHAND MAcuuuEs ussn un sooxxsevlnc CLASS. Assnsruuc Tnzn us Slsrsn MARY PLACIDE. 4 all f A J ' Q A 3 DRILLING THE FUNDAMENTALS IS A DAILY PRACTICE FOR THE FIRST-YEAR TYPISTS. qs! "PURPOSE, EFFICIENCY, Posse" To FULFILL THE DEMAND MADE UPON WOMEN BY THE BUSINESS WORLD, THE STUDENTS OF THE COMMERCIAL COURSES ARE TRAINED IN THE SKILLS OF THE VARIOUS OFFICE POSITIONS. BRIEF FORMS, TYPEWRITER RIBBONS, CARBON PAPER, ERASERS, SHORTHANO PADS, AND BUSINESS MACHINES SOON BECOME THE MATERIAL ESSENTIALS TO BE USED IN THEIR FUTURE OCCUPATIONS. THESE, COUPLED WITH CONSTANT PRACTICE, WILL HELP EACH ONE TO ACCEPT A NEW JOB OR CHAL- LENGE WITH GREATER EASE. ,Q jmqwfwjwwy WWW w ' QWWWWQW WWfff,j1WM 'WW .U WMM Mfwfwyw P9 , U9wff5W,Q Ef f iff ilfmfpuw WWW fgffzfyfgfiffff my , M ff ffm ww' MQW! W Qi? Q WPPSQQ-' 1 My J,44wfc422fWf4ff, LS 408 , V ffizlfiawfwiffvf X Q 5 qi R A ffwffzf 20642, wx X 'gi X in 'Yi 174:45 3 3 'sf Q55 A,i M045 ,JQKJQ6 is igkb ' N ' ' 5 1' W- 92426 :L NR Z1 gf ,z-,W , , fxmi fu V, 00-fc XVEWQQ pt I . Q Q 1QKN-ff ? ipgffw 13.54-Rf Off? UCNSES' SLUWZEPPQZGH , E ' WF F f5fEG1 WD Gmpfwf . English 2 nl I AT THE LECTERN I5 CLAIRIGE GRzEszAx, GHAIRMAN or A DISCUSSION ON MODERN AMERICAN POETS. THE MEMBERS or HER PANEL ARE T.BAILEv, K.ARMocx, C. KALETA AND J.GRzESzAx. ---1' Ill--1 Wlllllllll llllllllll SPELLDOVINS PROVIDE AN INCENTIVE FOR noon SPELLING. SISTER H. RACHELLE ACTS AS QUIZ MASTER FOR THE GIRLS IN ENGLISH IX. 'A A395 , 5.4 . kmNa',mNEwvm N gm REACH DAY SHOULD BRING US NEARER TO THAT PERFECTION TO WHICH WE SOUND TO ASPIRE.n FROM SHAKESPEARE T0 SANDBURG FROM DICKENS T0 ELIOT, THE ENGLISH STUDENTS COVER THE WORKS or LITERATURE AND LEARN or AUTHORS' WORKS, THEIR STYLE or WRITING, AND THE CUSTOMS or THE PERIOD IN WHICH THEY WERE WRITTEN. DRILLS ON THE RULES or PUNC- TUATION,PROCEDURES FOR CORRECT WRITING, SROADENING or VOCABU- LARY, AND THE SPELLING QUIZZES ARE THE PRACTICES WHICH HELP THE STUDENTS TO EMPLOY THE PRD PER USE or ENGLISH GRAMMAR. SUCH AN EFFECTIVE COURSE, COMBINING THE TWO DIVISIONS, NAMELY GRAMMAR AND LITERATURE, FACILITATES cREATIvENESS IN WRITING AND PRDMDTES GREATER INTEREST IN BETTER READING HABITSQ wa ' an um' 'Vi Sk?-has-. DEMoNsTnATIHc METER AND PoETIc FEET ARE KARNA JoHNsoH AND SUE BOLTER. JEAN KOLENDA, JOANN AHAR AND THE REST or THE ENGLISH XII CLASS WATCH WITH INTEREST. lI"',, A . ll J! :v',NK I I ri THE SCIENCE RESEARCH ASSOCIATES READING LAB- ORATORY, INTRODUCED T0 ENGLISH X, NAS BEEN A GREAT AID Fon IMPROVING READING SKILL. J.RIz- ZON, P.LowELL, AND J.NoRDEn LOOK THROUGH THE S.R.A. FILE AS P.NAPIERALsxn snows D. WILLS HOV THE MATERIAL I5 usso. L.VANoENBEnc HRITES HER REPORTS. Home Economics .29 - ,,,Y Mm 'A PICTURE Becomes A REALITVN--M.J. CZECHANSKII J.RoAcH, C.VANoeNBEnc, P.DoNozlLA AND K.Annocx, Menaens or Fooos CLASS, CREATE SALAD ARRANGE- MENTS AFTER oesenvnnc Tnose POSTED on rue aueeevun aoAno. ,,, if -, A , s--f 1 L"' ,-E "Je A UTHERE IS A PROPER PLACE Fon EVERY- THINGW--LEARNING THE PRINCIPLES or serrlnc A eurrer TABLE Ane: N,K0g- nArnA, C. GRZESZAK AND E. WALTERS, 38 ' T' - nv 4 5 LW. 03.9 ""' xx EH risk, E 'Pr Cousrnucrluc A Foon Moslee DEHONSTRATES A Paenen MEAL BALANCE. Slsren MARV LOYOLA wATcnes T0 se SURE PATRICIA RADLINSKI, Berrv RAE Jounsou Ano GERALDINE TRUSKOVSKI ASSEMBLE IT CORRECTLY. Uqwffvt UMW' HOUR HIDDEN TREASURES BE IN oUR ENDEAVOFS.n ?HASES or HOME CARE INCLUDE SUCH SUBJECTS AS PREPARATION or Eooo, THE MAKING AND CARE or CLOTHING, AND WISE SPENDING or A FAMILY INCOME. HQMEMAKING IS TRULY AN ARK SINCE ALL ARTS ARE RELATED TO THE WELFARE AND HAPPINESS or HUMANITY. THROUGH EXCELLENT TRAINING PRO- VIDEO FOR THOSE WHO WILL BE THE WIVES AND MOTHERS OF TOMORROW,THE OFFERINGS or HOME Eco NOMICS PROVE THEMsELvEs T0 BE STEPPING STONES FOR FUTURE CONSERVATIVS HAPPY, AND HEALTHY FAM- ILIES. DURING CLOTHING CLASS M. WILCOME, P. MAUEUSKI, H. ANToR, G. OBIED- ZINSKI BUSILV wonx on THEIR LATEST CREATIONS--STUFFED ANIMALS. B.GER- LAcHER AND J. MASCK TAKE TNEIR TURNS AT THE HAcHINE. HELPING CAROL WAUCHOPE HITN HER SEWING PROJECT, ROSE NESSNER MARKS THE HEMLINE AND JUDITN GOEBEL CHECKS TNE ZIFPER CLOSING. IN THE BACKGROUND PATRICIA A. DONDZILA STRIVES T0 COMPLETE HER PROJECT. Latin f 1 jfxk 5 , luv uwvo A. .-Q-. MARY Ann MARKHAM, JEANNE CHULSKI, PATRICIA MAKOHSKI, AND ELEANOR HosT or LATIN I ENJOY nAUXlLlUM LATINUMN WHILE SISTER MARY AQUINAS AssIsTs MARv LINDA Corrsv. N. X: Yun: THE IMPoRTANcE or THE GIRLS IN LATIN II xuowInc THEIR vena ronns IS srnesssn IN A DRILL av SISTER MARY AQUINAR ,..-Q Languages French NPERHAPS or ALL THE CREATSONS or I-IAN, LANGUAGE as THE MOST AsToNIsHINc.N G.L.S. THE STUDY OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE HAS MANY BENEFETS IT CREATES AN APPRECIATUON OF THE CULTURE AND SPEECH OF PEOPLE FN DiSTANT LANDS. QT INCREASES KNOWLEDGE OF GRAMMAR SKILLS THROUGH TRANSLATHON EXERCQSES, AND PROVIDES EACH WITH THE BACKGROUND OF MANY WORD DERIV -s ATIVES. JT BROADENS HORHZONS BY ENABLING ONE TO CON VERSE WQTH OTHERS IN A FOREIGN TDNGUE. xv 11 x Z ,... I Q Q24 r 1 3 AI X 4. A fr I' "f I I A I 5 :X I 'X TO PARTICIPATE IN THE DISCUSSION ARE THE MEMBERS or FRENCH I. THE GIRLS HELCOHE THE CHANCE T0 EXCHANGE THEIR IDEAS or THE FRENcH CUSTOMS. .. Q an ., I :f?,4g Q Q . I I A A 1 5 D It THE sEcoND VEAR FRENCH STUDENTS TAKE TIME ouT ron LA CRDISADE, A FRENCH PAPER USED T0 GIVE THE GIRLS A Hon: DEvELoPED UNDERSTANDING or THIS POPULAR LANGUAGE. Mclthe MATHEMATICS, oNE or CURRICULUM, PRovEs T0 ACTIVE, INQUIRING MIND. T0 THINK LOGICALLY AND THEY WILL oo so WHEN TH TO BE THE LEADERS or T0 I' t "BI . In ALGEBRA I SISTER MARY Eonuno ASSIGNS EQUATIONS T0 KAREN ScHu- MAKER, JUDITH SMITH, Ann JUDITH OLEHINSHI. THE REST or THE cLAss wATcH AS THE GIRLS SOLVE ron THE UNKNOWN FACTOR. matics THE CORE SUBJECTS IN THE BE A CHALLENGE Fon THE IT TRAINS THE STUDENTS ACCURATELY NOW, so THAT EY so ouT INTo THE woRLD MoRRow. E,.,,,a. v K 2 Y, nur, IN GEOMETRY CLASS THE GIRLS FIND THE soARo T0 BE VERV HELPFUL. ALL ARE ABLE T0 GAIN A BETTER UNDER- STANDING WHEN THEY cAN SEE THE FIGURES AND Pnoors BEFCRE THEM. AT LEFT PnIscILLA OGREN, PATRICIA WASILEHSKI, AND MARY LYNN LAMo- REAUX wonx INTENTLY AT THEIR Pno- DLEMS. ABOVE - SANDRA FOCHTMAN, BARBARA FENNELL, JEANNE SNOW, AND MARY ANN DAHA, WATCH, LISTEN, AND LEARN AS MARY FocHTHAN POINTS ouT STEP av STEP, THE Pnoczss OF FIND IND THE Pnoor. ,- , F ,L ' Hsin --, Q-1 s.. sv' -Ty -, 5"'-'X VMQAKZ WSW X ,S CoMvAwuuc rue SECTIONS or A cnnvrusu uurn THE CNART, G.LABLANC, G.BuTLEn, M. MACK AND B. Jouusou cnzcx ruann rlnolncs WITH Slsrzn MAnv CousueLo. Biology WHAT HAKES A GRASSMOPPER nov? C. BUSTRAAN, J.GERuLls, P.HuLA Ann M.C.ScuunAxEn ARE FINDING our Jusr THAT WHILE DISSECTING A cnAssuoPPEn IN BloLocv LAB. Dunlnc THE Hon: Nunsuuc Counss svousonso av THE LOCAL R50 Cnoss unur IN conJuuc1uoN warn BuoLocv, THE sruoznrs LEARN Pnovsn nunsuuc Pnocaounss. R.DuVERusAv, M.PLATTe K.STOVE, AND H.PRESTON HATCH AS S.BADALUCD DEHONSTRATES HITH S. NAPlsRALsxl AS THE PATIENT. Home Nursing T 'fws 4glf ibm MAKING USE or THE HETER STICK AND PRESSURE PUNK J. Snow, S. FRANCIS, P. MUNGERSON, J. SZPEINSKIV M. GRYGA AND P. TAYLOR PERFORH AN EXPERIMENT on PRESSURE, oRE or THE Mosv INTERESTING PARTS OF A PHYSICS CLASS. Science USUCCESS IS NOTHING SUT A sooo IDEA TEAMED WITH HARD WORK.n SCIENCE UN THESE SURROUND- INGS HAS NOT MERELY EvoLvED AS A CURRENT MATERIALISTIC NMBSSILE-ISTICN TREND. AMONG MERCIANS IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN A LEA9lNG FIELD or ENDEAvoR, AND HISHTLY So, FOR BT QFEERS op- PORTUNITIES PoR INTENSE Svuov OF GOD'S WONDERS. THROUGH LASTING IMPRESSIDNS MADE HERE THESE GIRLS WILL BE BETTER ABLE T0 SCRUTINIZE THE ScIEN- TIEIC DISCOVERIES IN THE WORLD AROUND THEM, AND T0 FOSTER THIS INTEREST IN OTHERS WITH wHoM THEY COME IN CONTACT. A" llulunnqn L,ih. V.: OuR FAMILY or GUINEA PIGS IS CARED Fon sv K. Gocclns, S. BouLET, AND J. BUSTRAAN. THESE SHALL ANIMALS PRovIcE A LITTLE EXTRA LIFE TO THE ACTIVITIES or BIOLOGY CLASS, REALLY HAxINc BIoLocv A STUDY or LIVING THINGS. QZLWM -ffw-Z., 'ji' ' , ' kfaw-1 ' fam 5704 f aw?-:G AQ 44,100-ff,wfTheSf ff V75aWM w Cl proudly presents the fznwxify 4099 .,La-may A140-937, My 257 za-xc-:'2?a-2:1-:Lid 7 2 Z , Zig' 2 Q1 'aug BARBARA STANDER, emma A Egan QAROL OLLISLQSSLNESS MANAGER I 0 Q 3' 5,54 24353: bfi, 'Liga ripe S? Qnswffff .A 'WW' 1 A X 123:-Asxflfl A A: A2?i3J?3i!25 - Mount brcy Acacle f ' gain Xb' i?B3AgG?Q1 Q3 9551- 352 W :PZ ' '2 2:32 Q'-24? wi 5 Qgfi1a?oxffE,'if' QW! W AIM" f tall A QESA an sgfsgzjgl dw M A RaP5VQ2AlMlcl1 I9 ca n 'f f 3 ,A - f- Aix' iifgigi Aff W 5'2?Q5fQiQ2?ff9A' "2s93f 5J 'j V ,Lf U- .. .4 I ' Fl 1 I, .N A ,4.,i,, U i .. AW N5 2 gf' f- j ' will if Q Qywi59 S: ,g ,gf , J 46 A if , , A4 5g . Q A Ag A Yf K A f . ' e Qi 3 U 3 Q 'Qt .bwfi ' iw RSS? .i,:LQ X N. b nm A f Y 1 5 Social Studies Nknow vo UCONSTIT Govsnnns HENTING HENT BY 41 THE AslLlTv T0 MAKE WTNE Conaecr CHOICEW IS TAUGHT T0 THE ANERICAN HISTORY cLAss av QE LECTING A UGRADE AW APPLE on MICHIGAN APPLE DAY Ton: ADAMS POINTS ouT Tu: QUALITIES nEcessAnv ron THE cuoucs. Xxfx LILLIAN Tnuszxowsxu LocATEs THE BARBARIAN TRIEIES, AS THE MEMBERS or THE ANCIENT HISTORY CLASS, WATCHING ATTENTIVELY, LEARN THE souNoARnEs or THE TRIBAL AREAS. NHISTORIES MAKE MEN WISE." FB LOOKING T0 THE PAST, MAN CAN LEARN A GREAT DEAL TO aMRRovE Nas OWN TlMES, EVERVONE LEARNS FROM EXPERIENCE AND WHAT BETTER Ex- RERIENCE is THERE THAN THAT or OUR FOUNDERS. WITH THIS KNOWLEDGE COMES THE TNSTGHT AND KNOW-HOW WE NEED TO oo OUR PART IN MAKTNG THIS AN EFFVCIENT, SMOOTHLY RUN, PRosRERous, AND PEACEEUL WORLD. ! J.,-f-' ,--""'gaPY FXR? ,Ao- -A-xx S. ALT, CRATRHAN or A MODERN HISTORY DISCUSSION, URGES HER FELLOW cLAssMATEs: V. BENZER, R. CARR, P. OQREN, F. LOMBARDO, Ano M. RAU, T0 PRESENT THEIF vlews on AuTocRATlc covERuMENT. 47 HSPEECH IS A HE lS.u PS SPEECH IS AND IDEAS TO BE IN SIMPLE Dramcatics MIRROR OF THE SOULS AS A MAN SPEAKS, SO THE MEANS BY WHICH WE CONVEY OUR THOUGHTS OTHERS. ITS FORMS ARE VARIED, WHETHER IT CONVERSATION, FORMAL SPEECH MAKING, CHORAL Sv.-" DIALOGUE USED IN DRAMATICS. To SPEAK CLEARLY, FLUENTLY, AND WITH MEANING, IS ONE or THE OBJECTIVES THE SPEECH STUDENTS STRIVE TO PEACH. ANOTHER IS T0 TAKE THIS VOICE CONTROL AND APPLY IT TO PLAYS, SKITS, SHORT INTERPRETATIONS, AND OTHER PROJECTS IN THE DRAMATIC PORTION or THEIR CLASS. SPEAKING, on ny' Q..-Ar. -. -5 'gq , A nunazn or SOPNOHORES UNITED IN THE CHORAL sPEAxIuc cwour LISTEN ATTENTIVELY TO SISTER Mmv RAcHELLE, DIRECTOR. 2 1, IE, I I. A . wi Qc Ay' T I, I , , 2, w 5 MS , MARCIA MACK, JOYCE SIIERBUT, Ano MARY Jo BOOTH co OVER THE LINEs or THE sIcIT 'SHAM' ounmc THE SPEECH CLASS. WATCHING Fon IIINTS T0 BETTER THEIR ACTING ARE: CAROL LOUISE SMITI-I, GAIL BUTLER, AND JOYCE POPOSKI. SISTER MARY RACHELLE Looxs ON. A CHRISTMAS PLAY 'LADY or THE MARKET PLACEN av CHARLOTTE I. LEE HAS PRESENTED AT TI-IE N.C.C.W. ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TEA, HELD THIS YEAR AT MOUNT Msncv. IT sus ALSO GIVEN ron THE STUDENTS AT THE STUDENT COUNCIL CHRISTMAS PARTY. SA N: N., N, .,, .J sa: r-Q. rffbs. uitx ' AR.. . EQIQLQKEE. x. N .F I . I H A 7 I AT THE PIANO SHARON SEvMOUR, A ORAOUATE OF Music, RLAvs A SELECTIVE PIECE FOR THE ADVANCED MUSIC STUDENTS: MARY JO BOOTH, CAMILLE TRUSZKOHSKI AND MARY KAYE PERSAK. PRAcTIcINc FOR HER RECEPTION OF AN ADVANCED DIPLOMA FOR VOICE IS KATHRvN HORMIO Accou- PANIED ev CAMILLE Tnuszxowsxl. THESE GIRLS ARE STUDENTS OF SISTER MARY VINCENT, R.S.M. Music WMUSIC KEEPS YOUR LIFE lN TUNE.W INCREASQNG THEIR APPRECIA- TION OF MUSIc,THE GLEE CLUB MEMBERS AND MUSIC STUDENTS PUT MUCH TIME AND EFFORT INTO THE ADVANCEMENT OF THIS FINE ART. WHETHER IT BE THROUGH THEIR VOICES OR THEIR SKULL AT A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT, MANY FIND AN OUTLET FOR ExFRESSION OF THEIR EMOTIONS. T .-A -'ad-I, I RECEIVING LAST MINUTE INSTRUCTIONS FROM SISTER MARY HUEERTA BEFORE PLAYING THEIR UUET ARE BONNIE wooos ANO ESTELLE DOBBINS WHILE BARBARA KANTON, MARV KAYE Oosnvxs, SANDRA FOCNTMAN, DIANE DAUKSZA, NOELLE GRAHAM AND SOME or SISTER's OTHER STUDENTS LOOK ON. .A Af IN THE!R PLACES AND READY T0 SING ARE THE MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR GLEE CLUB! FRONT-N.l.lESKEr G .Tnusxowsxl, K.Juoson, J.PoPosxl, M.BO0TH, C.Tnuszxowsxl, G.TAuTeR, S.DuaA, M.DARA, Go:sEL, E.CouTuRuERx SECOND-L.VANDERHYDE, V.BznzEn, P.TAvLon, C.RUDOLPH, B.JoHnson, LANG, L.O'HzARu, C.KozLowsxl, J.BUSTRAAN, K.HonMlc, M.MEADE5 Tnueo-B.STAnosR, M.MACK, .KAnToN, J.5Now, C.SMlTM, M.GEoRus, P.OcRzn, C-BUSTRAAN, M.HARABURDA, P.GLowNlA, .BuncHnuFF, B.wooosg Founrn-S.SEvMoun, E.Doas1ns, J.SulERauT, C.AucusTvn, M.JUREHICZ, C. J. C. B J Glee Club VANDENBERQ, R.HAnxs, D.DAuxszA, P.MAJzwsx1, D.HANSEN, E.HlLL, P.L.DONDZlLA. WON MERclAns ONHARDW A5 BARBARA RoLLlus DIRECTS THE FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB: FRONT-N. M.IcuAslAx, S.SculNDLER, D.Bnouu, L.Tnuszxowsxl, S.SnoEnAnER, S.MCCLATCHEY, M.BAucnMAN, Scnozuaonu M.B.DvsxEv, J.CHULSKl, S.DVKSTRAg SECOND-J-CHESLOCK, L.STEFFES, K.ToalN, S.QulnN, J.OLEwlNsxl, M.KonxLs, S.JoHNson, J.MAnTuN, P.Zlcxus, N.GnAuAM, P.MAKOHSKIi Tnunn-E.HosT M. L. S. P L. PETERS, M.BuFFlu, J.lucERsoLL, P.ANlSKO, H.L.MARKHAH, B.RAxlEc, S.ANIKOW5Kl, J.M.MAnTlu, PLATTE, C.BRouxsMA, E.BUTLERQ FOURTH-L.STALEC, B.MASON, J.SnlTH, S.ScHulTenA, M.REDLON, LARson, R.Z:nFAs, M.PRzELoMsxl, D.MlLL:n, M.NovAxowsxl, M.BARTo, A.BALAg FIFTH-S.BRAUN, -WIERZBICKI. C-PIECHOCKI, C-PLATTE, G.WEaEn, M.FErmELL, M.A.MAnxHAM, B.ROBACH, C.KNAUF, Llwlusxl, M.CoFFEv, C.ALT. 5 1 A sf' A 3' fm- ' A SS 2 X N2 HEART OFTEN THOUGHTS ARE TRANS- PORTED FROM AOAOEMTO STUDSES BNTO THE HEART OF SOCIAL Func- TTONS. A MOMENT'S TNSRTRATTON MAY COME TO LTFE, WHETHER IT BE TN THE FORM OF A RARTv, TEA DANCE, OR GAME- SUCH TOEAS LAY THE GROUNDWORK EOR AOTTVTTTES SPONSORED av THE MANY cLues AND OROANTZATTOHS AT THE MOUNT.PAR TTLTRATTON EN THIS SOOTAL LTFE TELPSTO DEVELOP m EACH MERCIAN THE CHARACTER TRAIT or RLACTNG HER HHOEE HEART INTO WHATEVER SHE DOES. 1 SERS y?Hww QQ y Q I9 A If A N Xu CSQQQ I KAW? 'If' -I gmxfNff iIISwm A. ' X on Ei 3-W5 J .1IX'S' Emi' 'N ' .,,, .R , SiEgw5,Qs, XI A Student Council THE M OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL DS T0 BUILD BETTER STUDENTS. THE GROUP HELPS STUDENTS TO UNDERSTAND, APPRECIATE, AND INCORPORATE INTO THEIR LIvE, THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD CITUZEN- SHIP. BECAUSE THE STUDENT COUNCIL IS A DEMOCRACY UN ACTION, STU- DENTS LEARN THROUGH PARTICIPATION THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES THAT WILL BE THEIRS IN THEIR POST-SCHOOL LIVES AS CITIZENS. THE ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS OF THIS YEAR'S COUNCIL ARE VARIED. THEY RANGE FROM A NEw PENALTY SYSTEM TO MUSIC FN THE CAPETERIA. THE CATHOLIC DIGEST MAGAZINE DRIVE HAD A DOUBLE PURPOSE. IT RESULTED NOT ONLY IN THE RE-DECORATING OF THE STUDENT LOUNGES, BUT ALSO BN THE DISTRIBUTION or GOOD CATHOLIC LITERATURE IN MANY HOMES. AIN OBJECTIVE if :Lb HOPE or RETAIHING THE REPLICA or ST. FRANCIS DE SALES, PATROH or THE CATHOLIC PRESS, HAS ADDED INCENTIVE FOR WORKING TOWARD THE SCHO0L'S GOAL IN THE MAGAZINE DRIVE. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS ALDOHA BALYS, VICE-PRESIDENT! PATRICIA STEFFES, PRESIDENTQ MADELEINE HEISEL, TREASURER, AND JENNY BUSTRAAN, SECRETARY! HITN THE ASSISTA or SISTER MARY Con ICI STANCE OUTLINE THE DETAILS OF THE DRIVE. AFTER A RA TOWARD MIS BECANE THE THE STUFFE VI SITED TH HHILE THE PROGRESS' J in .,+v:.4-,.A ,Al ' r I 4 :'i1H U 1: '. , . . 90' ,-,. - "- W':'T"-JJ w-'.xg'I,L.. SUBMITTING THEIR INDIVIDUAL noon nEPoRTs.Ar THE STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE MEETING ARE REPRE- sEnTATIvEs: JEAN FOCHTHAN, JUNIOR: JoAn CHESLOCK, FRESHHAN2 Donornv HANSEN, SOPMOHDREQ GERALDINE WEBER, FRESHHANX JULIA MASCK AND PHYLLIB BERGMAN, SENIORSQ MARv KAVE OosDvxE AND VIRGINIA BENZER, sornononssg Ano THERESE KOLTAK, Juulon. THE GIRLS MEET nEcuLAnLv T0 Duscuss THEIR PROGRESS Ano T0 nAxE Anv NEEDED DECISIONS T0 BETTER cAnnv our THE SCHOOL REGULATIONS. FFLE, Funos or WHICH HENT slon DAV, SHARON BouLET OWNER or Hunrvv DUHPTY, D DOLL HAS AN AWARD THAT E ulcu noon or THE DAY MAcAzIuE DRIVE wAs IN SnAnon SEYHDUR, BARBARA ARSULOHICZ, HAUREEN MEADE, CAROLE WAUCHOPE, CARDL 0LLIs, HARV PRESTON, AND CATH ERINE LAD: ARE HELL sATIsrIEo WITH THE PRIZES AHARDED DURING THE MADA- ZINE DRIVE. We come to increase in knowledge, discipline, goodness, as we cultivate mind, heart, and soul. Physical Education u -Q SW J,-1. Mnxlnc THE VOLLEV BALL TEAM IS TN: Asn or ALL G.A.A. Hsnasns. GERALDINE ,A N KUJAHA, LvuoA LIPINSKI, KAYHeRlnE SIEGEL, CAROL Aucusrvn, SHAnoN wulre, JeAn IIGERSOLL, EDITH BUTLER, Ano SHARON MCCLATCHEY ARE PREPARING Fon A ooon ann: wnucu HILL oevsnnuns uno Tn: cHAnPloNsMlP PLAYERS HILL as. A MRS. SEGAR DEHONSTRATES THE BEST GROUP DF JUIIORS BATTLE IT OUT Ill ER N A 0 EY BALL AF roam Fon s VI G v LL . PRACY'cE sEss'o' TER SCHOOL' wArcHluc ARE JunloRs, GLonsA Oelio- zlusxl, Jovcs SulERsuT,EsTELLE Dos- alns, Eouru CounTuRlEn,MEnRlE CAROL ScnuMAxER, Ann TONI AoAns. iv G.A.A. THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THE GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION IS T0 PRGMOTE INTEREST IN ATHLETIC AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES AMONG STUDENTS AS PARTICIPANTS AND AS SPECTATORSS BESIDES SCHOOL-TIME ACTIVI- TIES, MANY HOURS ARE SPENT IN SPORTS OTHER THAN THOSE OFFERED AT SCHOOL, FOR WHICH THE GIRLS RECEIVE G.A.A. RDINTS. Qifkah Qi n? OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES or THE GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ARE: PATRICIA Lou DQNDZILA, SECRETARY: SHARON SEvHouR, TREASURERS KARvL Juoson, PRESI- DENTI EDITH CouTuRIER, VICE-PRESIDENTS SOPHOHDRE REPRESENTATIVES, PAULA NARIERALSRI Ann CATHERINE LAHcg Ano ERESHHEH REPRESENTATIVES SHARON Jonnson, AND SUE QUINN. SENIORS wHo RAvE BEEN FAITHFUL NEH- BE FRONT! K.HoRHIc, S.BoLTER SEcoHD: P,TAYLOR, M.MEAoE, G,TRus- KOHSKI, M.MACK THIRD: J.JELENS, C.WAUCHOPE, C.SMITM, M.J.BooTH, P.STErrES, RS IN GAA ACTIVITIES ARE: G.BULTER BAcIc: R.HARxS, C.OLLl5, K.JoI-IH- sow, E.HILL, J.p0POSKl. A I,Wkx A . TI'gHEMH. , A LVAQQQQR IQ EHMRIEEEEEEEEEQ- 'R- . .,Fwu,,U.- ,, r1L,c V NV-E THE REASON FUR THIS IS THE WORTHY USE OF THEIR LEISURE TIME. THIS GROUP ALSO GIVES DUNKING EDR APPLESIDUNKING or HEADS?I us ONE or THE IIAIR ATTRAcTIoHs AT ITS MEMBERS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR LEADERSHIP, THE GM ML'-WEEN PARTY. JUDY MAR- AND PROMOTES CHARACTER TRAINING THROUGH TINCWESUPFORAW NTU ASM- CONSTANT CO-OPERATIVE SPORTSMANSHIP. CESSFUL ATTEMPT, A CHANGE :RON CLASSROOM ATMOSPHERE IS PROVIDED BY THE FRENCH cLUB'S HELL- PLANNED AFFAIRS. JUSTINE GERULIS, DIANE Roszxosxg SEATEDIJOYCE SHIERBUL JUDITH MANCEHICZ, AND SHARON DUDA, KSTANDINGD ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SCHEDULE or SUPPERS, PARTIES, AND GANES or TNE SEASON. Latin UNT 'N I: I Q T French THE FRENCH AND LATIN CLUBS, LES FILLES DE FRANCE AND JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE HAvE PRIMARILY THE SAME PURPOSE-- T0 PROMOTE THE STUDY or THE GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY, AND GEN- ERAL CULTURE or THE PEOPLE WHOSE LANGUAGE THEY STUDY. EACH or THE FRENCH STUDENTS HAS TWO PEN PALS. THROUGH THIS CORRESPONDENCE THEY BE- COME ACOUAINTED HITH THE cus- TOMS OF THE FRENCH YOUTH. ONE HUNDRED TWO LATIN STU- DENTS, UPON BEING INDUOTEO UNTO THE INTERNATIONAL JUN- IOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE, NOW PROUOLY NEAR THEIR MEMBERSHIP PINS. .A li. T A M ' ' Q S.- - AH 'P-. nf fy . I 'br' I I N.- 'TI SINCE THEY MUST BE PREPARED FOR DIS- CUSSION, THE LATIN CLUB LEADERS ARE REVIEHING A FEV or THE NAUOR POINTS IN THEIR LATIN GRAMMAR aooxs. THEY ARE: DIANA WARD, ARLENE BONCZYK, DONNA MEYER, AND DIANE DAUxszA. I r Brush and Pa THE PURPOSE or THE BRUSH AND PALETTE CLUB IS TO BRING TOGETHER IN SOCIAL FUNCTIONS STUDENTS WHO HAVE SIMILAR INTERESTS IN THE FINE ARTS AND TO ENCOURAGE oNE ANOTHER TO PARTICIPATE IN ART UNDER- , TAKINGS. LEADING EVENTS or THE CLUB ARE THE com- PETITION IN THE YOUTH TALENT EXHIBIT, CHRISTMAS PARTY, SPRING TEA, AND THE END-OF-THE-YEAR TRIP FOR ALL. Iene ., 25mg ZEMWMGV A A A ..,, .. , A. My .,k,, ,M L vw Lf my-' , D.wARo, P.STEFrEs, C.TRUszxowsxI, G.TRusxousxI, M.BuFrIn, C.SEvMou R.PvLvrczux, G.LEBLAuc, E.BRlNxER, B.GIETzEu, J.RoAcH, C.WAUCHOPE, S.SEvnoUR, H.PRESTON, STANDINGS M.GEDRIs, C.KOZLOVSKl, E.BUTLER, S.BAnALUco, D.BROHN, J.KENNEDY, K.DIsxEv, J.GORECKl, J.PoPosxI, SEATEDS ART STUDENTS AND SISTER MART PAscHAL PAUSE LONG ENOUGH DURING THE rEsTIvITIEs or THEIR ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY T0 snILE ron THE PHOTOGRAPHER- 'rs .- . Iwi I-H. V final I4?j -if , -M f WW wE.wHWmR-, ,E,u. , DIANE BROWN, sEcRETARvg MARIE GEnRIs, TREASURER5 CAHILLE TRUSZKOHSKI, PRESIDENTQ Ano BARBAR GIET- ZEN DRAW ur A TENTATIVE AGENDA roR THE BRUSH Ann RALETTE CLUB. ' I, ,:. L ,K-it AN 11. if 3 g M A sw gl If aw ' A L, TRI- Tri-sci GLUE Us lf 'Q TRI-SCI CLUB IS coHI:osEo or STUDENTS wHo 'AISH TO JOIN - AND WHO TAKE ANY ONE OF THREE SCIENCES OFFERED! an ocv, CHEMISTRY, PHYSICS. PURPOSE or THE CLUB IS TO ros- .X E THE A in THE TER A GREATER INTEREST IN THE SCIENTIFIC FIELD. THE MAIN ACTIVITY OF THE YEAR WAS THE SECOND ANNUAL SCIENCE FAIR HELD MARCH 21, IN ALUMNAE HALL. ON DISPLAY, AT THE FAIR, WAS THE CENTRIEUCE WHICH WAS PURCHASED FOR THE SCIENCE DEPARTMENT FROM THE TREASURY FUNDS or LAST YEARVS CRUUR, SUI flhw-, OFFICERS or THE CLUB ARE JUANN PUPEL, SECPETARYQ REBECCA CALLANAN vIcE-PRESIDENT EDDA HILL, PRESIDENT: fSEATEDJ TREASURER. Q' MANY or THE GIRLS CARRIED OUT PROJECYS Fon THE SCIENCE F H AIR. ERE fFRONT LEFT, PHYLLIS TAYLOR TREATS BEAN Swnouvs WITH VITAMINS, ROSEMARIE HANxs HEICHS HER GUINEA PIC T0 CHECK RESULTS or A COMMON REDUCING AID. AT BACK REBECCA CALLANAN, MARILOU GRYGA, AND BONNIE wooos STUDY T HE INTRICACIES OF CONSTRUCTING A CRYSTAL RADIO AND TRANSMITTER. ts AND Q. u SHARON DUBA -Q 2 , -,Q . .9. ,QI und- iw 9 Q7 .. ,F A9 22 .1 THE GIRLS ARE EAGER FOR THEIR PROPOSED TRIP T0 THE HOSPITALS OF THE CITY. THEv ARE MARILOU GRvGA, JUDITH PAHLAK, SUZANNE PALASEK, RosE MARIE HODYNA, GAIL BUTLER, AND BARBARA SA- DUHSKI. Future Nurses I I 5 I THE STUDENTS, REcoGNIzING THE . VALUE OF THE NURSING PROFES- sIoN, AND WISHING TO FURTHER THEIR INTEREST IN NURSING, HAVE GROUPED TOGETHER UNDER THE TITLE OF FUTURE NURSES. THROUGH DISCUSSION AND VARI- Dus ACTIVITIES, UNDER THE DAPABLE DIRECTION OF MRS. ARTHUR SEDLECKY THEIR ADVISER, THE MEMBERS GAIN VALUABLE EXPERIENCE T0 HELP THEM MAKE THE FINAL DECISION CONCERNING NURSING AS A CAREER. THIS YEAR SOME OF THE ACTIVITIES INCLUDED MAKING FAvoRs FOR THE PEDIATRICS WARD DURING HOLIDAY TIME. lil' 3 SECRETARY ANNETTE Szvszxo, PRESIDENT MARY JANE CzEcHANsKI, VICE-PRESIDENT KATHRYN HORHIG, RRDGRAH AND PUsLIcITv cHAIRHAn Jovcs PDFOSKI, AND CAROL BusTRAAH,TREAsURER FIND THEIR TASK AS LEADERS A Jov. 61 f 'x n lil lBELowD SnAnon Dunn, EDITOR: Snnnon Szvnoua, copv COURIERS AND MAUREEN MEADE, co-Eolfong rosr 'rue ARTICLES as vnsv APPEAR IN THE cunnsur Issues or TNE Youru Pmnoc. ,r3ww' fi ,UA " fkijiis Q : ' ' .ugfif t Us QgsESWf'gSF3 S L UvmWWwmSQ5Qv 1 1 . -E' fx- .E ,:i,:x.-,g,::sQi9gEB5f f E 'fl ' V E '13'S:"f?Ts1ElN311i3 ' 4 Y 5 'X ,-'1'l25.:. ijfiSf7u,- K3 J V W' X' 1 H,L,..iM?LiAgAi 1,gg ., Q, , N 1. g i . , ', -5 73 Qi! Mir, 4 4 SVU AT THE LEFT ARE MEMBERS HMO HAVE CONTFIBUTED T0 THE PUB LICATION- Writers' Club THE wnursns' CLUB, AN DREENQZED GROUP or FUTURE UoURUAE1sTs, DDES MUCH TO DEVELOP uw ave MEMBERS A SMOOTHER AUD MORE PREcssE KNACK 0F wasvlmc. In DOING so THEY PRDMDTE THE PUE- Lnc RELATQONS or MOUNT MERCY. EACH WEEK SOME or Tnzzn ARTICLES ARE PUBLISHED am THE YOUTH PA- RADE Seaview or THE GRAND RAPuos HERALD waves FEATURES THE PUBLICATION or scnoom MENS an THEIR MAcAzzNE SECTJON. '.'.2 . ,- 1:14. 325.99 .:. .-. . .. , . 1 -A 1.-. H1-.g-nf -'-.'.'2' . . .., . - 5Q5Q'.l'i55Q1 gan- .fem ' 125' -i:':"- -L 'tft . .1.4- ,,-,:: 1 1 1.l.- 1,1.' - 1 , 1 -,gQ.,.,:' I 1 I 1 n -.pf-g, 1 1 1 '14 1 ,uf , I I I I I 0 ' I I I 1 1 1 1 ' I D r I 1 I Q ' I I I 9 I I 5 I I 1 , I , I I I I D I U I' . 1 1 1 - ,qcr - 3 1 gq rqgqwnmfz , '-.1 -A'1:L.n.11u4A 1' 1 1 1 1 an LA , V ,W f il ETX I.. N yi? T" 5 N A f ii 'Lx isp, . f PnoornEAolnc, Tnunnunc Ann Pnsrsnc un onozn T0 user THEIR MouTuLv DEADLINE, M.J.BooTH, B.R.JoHnson, G.Tnusxowsxu, Ano M.MEAoE, An: QATMERED Anouno THE wonx TAaLEs IN THE MERCIAN STAFF noon. In THE sncxcnouno K.Jounsou Tvnes ur FINAL cowv. Tn: elnLs uno Asslsrso wlrn rlnAncuAL suvponr av SOLICIT- uuc ADVERTISING ron THE YEAR- aoox ARE: rnowr: B.R.JoHNsoN, K.JoMuson, M.CoRev, C.0LLus, M.BuscM, J.AMAR, G.TAuTsn, G.TRusxowsxu. Ssconn wow: J.POPOSKI, L.VAnoEnMvnE, S. DuaA, Ton now: C.wAucuoPE, K.JuusoN, J.JELEus, B.STAnoER, Ann M.MEAnE. 5 E SELECTIONS PLAYED ON THE HARRSICHDRD AND IMRERSDNATIQNS or coMRosERS WERE THE HIGHLIGHTS or SCOTT MORRlSON'5 PRESENTATION TO THE STUDENT aoov. N HONOR or HIS SILVER JUBILEE AS PRIEST, PATRICIA STEEEES, STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT EXTENDS T0 FATHER NucENT THE HISHES or THE STUDENTS IN THE roRH or A SPIRITUAL BOUQUET FATHER NUGENT STOPS T0 EXPRESS HIS GRATITUDE TO THE GIRLS BEFORE DIS HISSING STUDENTS FOR THE DAY- Y I SODALISTS HND ATTENDED THE TSSA IN DETRDIT RETURNED T0 GIVE HANV INFORM ATIVE RERoRTs. THEY ARE STANDING . DoaaINS, J. SHIERBU , M J Bo KN I M.PLATTE: ANEELING, B Wooos, B KANTON, G.OsIEDzINSxI, AND L OIHEARN KATHLEEN ToaIN, ANOTHER HEMSER or JuN- IoR CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS, CONGRATULATES CHARLENE HEITz ON RECEIVING THE HONOR or BEING NAMED JUNIOR CATHOLIC DAUGHTER or THE YEAR. T if MAnclA RAYHERT, ELIZABETH WATERS, FRANCES LOMBARDO, MARY ELLEN GRAM AND KATHLEEN Goccnns, SOPHOHORES, HERE ABSENT WHEN INDIVIDUAL PNOTOS HERE TAKEN- " NANCY KOSHATKA, MARINE ROSZKOSKI, JUNIORS--HE HERE ABSENT Too. KLyU,A yM'M wgg- 5qr'v Q?3 - , 1" 1 " gk , . Y - 4 L., f A, N A . R BARBARA ARsuLowucz, HEAD or THE CAKE wALx BOOTH ounuuc Mussrow DAv HOLDS up THE aox ron THE LUCKY NUMBER. ANOTHER ATTRACTIVE BOOTH on MISSION DAv HAS THE DART BOARD Run ev THE Contents HNTRODUCTH ON STUDENT Boov. . Munn - CLASSES . HEART - ACTIVITIES. . SouL - SPIRHTUAL. .f A UPON MR. BlNGLEY'S tB.QTANOEP, RETURN TO NETHERFIELD, HE PAYS A VISIT T0 JANE BENNET fM.J.BO0TN, THE voumc LADY wuon HE wuLL soon Asx T0 BE use ware. TAKING Tnzln now AT CURTAIN CALL ARE: HTLL fJ.JELENSJ, Mn. CoLLlNs fG.BUTLER,, CHARLOTTE LucAs fJ.SzPEvNsxnl, LYDIA iK.HonnucJ, Mn. wucxNAM fC.OLLIS,, JANE fM.J.BOOTHl, Mn. BlNcLEv fB.STANDER,, Mus. BENNET fG.TAUTER,, Mn. BENNET fK.JUDSONJ, ELIZABETH fJ.KOLENDAJ, Mn. DAncv fR.HANKSJ, MARY cM.CORBY,, CATHERINE lM.BuscNJ, LAnv CATHERINE DEBouNcH fJ-AHAWJ, LADY LUCAS fP.BRECKENJ, Muss BlNaLEv fA.BALYSl. EE Pride and Prejudice JANE KENDALL VERSION OF JANE AUSTEN'S NOVEL A ROMANTIC COMEDY TAKING PLACE IN THE EARLY IEOO. Cast Tw- -1.-Y ,, . -y - ....-.-. Mn. BENNET .. Mns. BENNET .. JANE ....... ELIZABETH .. MARY ...... CATNEPTNE .. LvouA ....... Mn. CoLLrNs .. Mn. BINCLEY .. Mass BINGLEY . MR. OAncv .... LADY CATHERINE LADV LucAs ... CHARLOTTE .... MR. WICKHAH .. HILL, THE nAlo ... KARYL Juoson GERALDINE TAUTER .. MARY Jo BOOTH .. JEAN KOLENDA ..... MARY Conav . MARIANNE Buscn . KATNNvN Honnlc .... GAUL BUTLER BARBARA STANDER ... ALDONA BALvs ROSEHARIE HANKS DEEouRcu ..... JoAnn AHAR PATRICIA BRECKEN JUOITH SZPEINSKI .... CAROL OLLus .. Junlfn JELENS M5 i w Q ai yL Ld 1-. 4- GATHEH FAMILY BENNET ELDEST Mn. EE ELIZAB DAUGHT ARE: MRS. B AND Lv THE so E PORTRAIT FAMILY. A NNET, THE E E C E D 0 D.. Q- Tv- I -5' D TOGETHER ron A TRADITIONAL ARE THE nEMsEns or THE STANDING ARE JANE, THE LovELv or THE DAucHTEws: HEN-PECKED HUSBAND: AND TH THE SECOND ELDEST AND FAVORITE R or HER FATHER. ON THE SETEE ATHERINE, THE ORDINARY DAUGHTER: NNET, A SECURITY-MINDED MOTHER: IA, THE FLIRT. IN FRONT IS MAHV, xwowm. ND HOST L- If I il ! -4 nnv- -445 Pzuin -N, m 'JUS' al IIDPINL TO IHPRESS HEP GUESTS IYWO vERv ELIGIBLE vouuc MEN AND A Muss BINGLEYI MHS. EENNET nouns TEA, AS SHE HELATES IN DETAIL THE MANY QUAL- ITIEs or HER ALSO VERY ELIGIBLE voumc DAUGNTEPSQ SEATED ARE: CATHERINE lM.BuscHl, LvDIA fK.HORMIGJ, JANE fM.J.BO0THI, Mas. BENNET fG,TAUTER, MISS BINGLEY fA.EALYS,, ELIZABETH lJ.KOLENDAJ. STANDING! Mn. BINGLEY cB.STANDEPJ, MARY IM.CoRevJ, HILL fJ.JELENSI, MH. BENNET fK.JUDSONJ MH. DARCV fR,HANKS,. X. 4 f' F E I 1 iiiuwwf, Jil.-. I, H., ELIZABETH fJ.KOLENDA, I5 VERY Mucu PLEASED AS SHE AccEPTs THE PROPOSAL OF THE oNcE-Pnouo Mn. UARCYfR,HANKS,. Q. 1 . V , 1- 5 'Q tau wb' -4 .XM .K ixs. Y I if: W 1 QJT A" XA, ,, . 'M A,-fwgwxi A E W f .Aw V--, V , K ' "+zQ:'z'J5 'x"' x ' X 4' :. ' .ff .AA 1, I . --f' Q. 1 f '7' U ,'s.g. 15, 5 Y .,, 3 ' ., ,- 'ff-3,-.-V. vjf3.,..v,v 1 . ,T 1 -HX ,352 ?f44"""?:, X A -f-.31 f,.gif2A-,pg,, A 7 68 w-1,,,.w' JU ,, , QA . X -VN' Afuqn- . 'E 'f S .,,f'!.. ron THE ANNUAL ssnlon RuTH MAsALxosxl, RE- FRESHMENTSQ PATRICIA Szvszxo, ORCHESTRAQ GERAL- DINE Tnusxowsxs, GENERAL CHAIRMAN: ARE HELL PLEASED warn MINIATURE SPACEHEN, SATELLITES, AND ROCKET SNIPS--THE EFFORTS or THE DECORATIONS COMMITTEE HEAoEu av CAnlLLE Tnuszxowsxa, ssconn Enom LEFT. CuAunnEn or TNE COMMITTEES DANCE THE NSvuTunx SPINN, ii HAnv HEETER, NAncv KosMATxA, Ton: AnAMs, Ann JAnlcE GRZESZAK ADMIRE THE LARGE ro1L SNONFLAKES T0 BE useo T0 CARRY our THE THEHE, UMIDHINTER Mooo,' Fon TNE Junlon DANCE- SK' -1 ,W? M4 T v if Aft. A . 'L , 'i 4:7 , ,, w., u SEATING ARRANGEMENTS roR THE JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET ARE APPROVED BY ESTELLE DOBEINS, GENERAL CHAIRMAN, SEATED AT LEFT, AND coM- MITTEE CHAIPMEN, L-R, PATRICIA ANN DONBZILA, MENU: BARBARA GIETZEN, PQOPHECYQ GAIL LEBLANC, DINING ROOMQ JusTuNE GERULIS, AsslsTlNc MOTHERS: AND MAPILOU GRYGA, DECORATIONS. ,mga 3. PAuslNc A MOMENT BEFORE LEAvvNc FOR THE RRoM, SUE GIETZEN, MARY CDRBY, AND THEIR DATES Asx OuR LADv's BLEsslNcs ON THE EVENING. . Nil THE SENIORS ARE ELATED AS MEMBERS or THE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION PIN CORSAGES ON THEM AT THE COFFEE HOUR. RLTH MASALKOSKI Prom SELECTEON OF A FORMAL IN A SWIRL OF PASTEL CHIEPON, TAPEETA, SATIN, LACE? ANTICUPATION OF PARTIES, ESOORTS, OORSAOES--PREPARATIONS POR A SIMPLY HONOEHPUL EVENING WERE SOME or THE FOREMOST THOUGHTS OF THE GIRLS AS SPRING MADE ITS APPEARANCE. THEN MAGIC MOMENTS BE-I CAME A REALITY IN A SETTING or BLUE MIST. ' FOR JUNIORS AND SENIORS, THE OF PROM is ONE OF THE CLIMAXING SOHOOL YEAR. HELD THIS YEAR IN OF THE PANTLIND HOTEL, THE BALL ONE STUDDED WITH MEMORIES. ALL LONG-DREAMED-V EVENTS OF THE THE BALLROOM PROVED TO BE THIS WAS MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE COMBDNED EFFORTS OF THE COMMUTTEES WITH KATHRYN HORMIG AS GENERAL CHAFRMAN. I ab' K. OA 'A I' I? S gl 'N Nr 'x :A S W I E: 'r K. 'T ...--I i :-. - MNA- N.. fgfrf- 1 ARLENE Gnzssznx JoAnn Arun i i 5 4 5 I C7 if iff' YS 2 5 f 'Ox 's 'ki iw Q 5 Y T? . ' Q35 ' .M I gl 1 , I' , N, A T ,h -3, '- Q Y VX , L I H V' 4 sz . V' ., f '2 14 I '13, ' 'ii A 'Q 1 4, ' X , . Q 'sl ' N4 .X J: . :qqlsfl-h, ,f N . u -'-'f4:r?F"'7x, 1 . .V -. 3 -.r. -3 , xg f 5 , .K E' N fvgiglj, .9 5 W X 3 3.93 gagq D xkxi - "ff 'Q lem, . s- 1 M,-is is w...,!' Lf? A ww, 5 ' 5' - ' v Spf r Y A ' 2 l .R W Q I f 'C 1 , Mass u' -1'i':r'L f " . 3. S' FAUX! i 4 . if kwa SOUL THE ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES WHICH MOUNT MERCY OFFERS WOULD BE MEANINGLESS WITHOUT SPIRITUAL INTEGRATION. THIS SPIRITUAL INFLUENCE Alvs TO INSPIRE GODLIKE PRINCIPLES IN EACH or HER STUDENTS. Im UNISDN ws SEEK GRACE, THROUGH WORKS,WOROS,JOYS, AND SORRONS or OUR ENTIRE DAY OFFERED TO Goo AS ACTS or LovE. IN RE- TURN, OUR HEAvENLv FATHER EN- HAP-JQSEL 01144 DAILY LIVES WITH THE PROVIDENCE OF HIS CONSTANT WATCH AND GUIDANCE. Religion '. 2 .Tiki f A I XA 'IA,VA ! J .f . R :-' I , "Ii ,As 1 A .asm I WA GOOD LISTENER LEARNS HELLW--THE HEHDERS or RELIGION XI BELIEVE THIS TO BE TRUE AS SISTER MARV ALPNONSE AND THE GIRLS LISTEN CAREFULLY T0 LINDA 0'HEARN, WHO IS READING A PAPER ON THE VIRTUE or cHARITv. SAE ? WSREAK OF GDD, EDR Goo, AND WITH GOD N THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR IN THE LIFE or A MERDIAN IS HER RELIGION. THROUGH THE YEARS SHE LEARNS THE TRUTHS WHICH ARE THE FOUNDATION or HER BELIEF. AFTER A STUDY or THE BIBLE, LIFE or CHRIST, CHuRcH HIST- DRY, COMMANDMENTS, AND SADRAMENTS, SHE COMPLETES HER HIGH SCHOOL RELI- GIOUS TRAINING WITH A COURSE IN APOLOGETICS. THIS FINAL STEP IS GIVEN THAT SHE MAY INTELLIGENTLY EXPLAIN AND DEFEND TENETS or THE FAITH. DURING A PANEL DISCUSSION IN RELIGION XI N- SGHINDLER, M.COVELL, B. ARSULOHICZ AND E. WATERS wATcH AS K.KAHPrScRuLTE snows on A cNART THE EXTENY or MOHAMHEDANISH, THE TOPIC or THIS CHURCH HISTORY DIS- 74 CUSSION. "5 ENcnossED IN TNEIR STUDY or THE MIRACLES or Oue Loan ARE S.GUlNN, M.PETERs, D.MlLLER, L.STEFFES, M.NOVAKOHSKI, M.REDLoN, AND C.PLATTE. SISTER MARY PASCHAL, INSTRUCTOR or RELIGION IX, HELPS TNEN IN THEIR DIscussIoN. A 2 -...... QQ' READING Fnon AN OUTSIDE REFERENCE, PATRICIA Szvszxo PROVIDES ADDITIONAL INFDRNATION ON THE TNEORIES or EVOLUTION FOR TNE GIRLS IN RELIGION XII. Aff " ' ' Rfk I Milk nWE COME TO lNCREASE KNOWLEDGE, DISCIPLINE AND GDDDNESS AS WE CULTIVATE MIND, HEART, AND SDULW. THIS, THE PURPOSE OF ouR SCHOOL LIFE, IS NOT JUST A COLD EXPRESSION WRITTEN ON PAPER, DUT oNE WHICH GIVES A WARM FEELING AND INFIL- TRATES ouR WHOLE BEING ..... THE SPIRIT OF WTHE MDUNTU WAS DRIGINATED IN THE HEART OF THESE woRDS. THIS SPIRIT MAKES ITS APPEARANCE DAILY IN THE LIVES OF us MERCIANS. AND IT SHALL KEEP ON APPEARING LONG AFTER OUR YEARS AT MOUNT MERCY ARE FINISHED. FDR TRULY, WHEN HER DOOR CLOSES BEHIND us FOR THE LAST OF ouR SCHOOL DAYS, THIS GLOWING SPIRIT SHALL CONTINUE T0 GROW AS WE PUT INTO EFFECT ALL WHICH WE HAVE ACQUIRED INKNR WONDERFUL YEARS AT WTHE MDDNTW. x 3 IH W. I .I LTD 5 I . Y 1 - A? fififgg .wr .ff- , W 4 Is, xl V. PM J 'TI ,.. nn R59 V' FIBQ , M EY isjff Si ff-5 bifi ah I 1 5 LJ Kgs 5 I Ig-2 7" II' fav 25' ' as Q 4 ,A.2 DAILY Bsnsnlcvlon HAS elven AT THE cLose or sAcu onv. Tue ovronrunlrv TO ATTEND wAs sxfsuoeo TO ALL Muon SCHOOL MEMBERS. hu FIFTEEN MINUTES OF THOUGNTFUL RE- FLECTION FOLLOHED EACH CONFERENCE TIME HAS GIVEN ALSO T0 SPIRITUAL READING, ROSARV, AND THE STATIONS .1 ,,i'. 'K t4 Retreat EACH YEAR THE GIRLS Loox FORWARD TO THREE DAYS TO BE SPENT JUST ron Goo. DURING THIS TIME THEY SET ASIDE ALL OTHER INTERESTS AND THINK ONLY or THEIR SPIRITUAL WELL-BEING. DAILY MASS, RoSAnIES, coNEERENcES, coNrESSIoN, STATIONS or THE cRoSS AND BENEDICTION com- PLETE THE DAYS. SILENCE IS KEPT AT ALL TIMES. THE PURPOSE? --To Know, LOVE, AND SERVE Goo SETTER. .LI I 3 I 3 THE WELCOME MAT HAS PUT OUT FOR FATHER DRQLET ron THE THIRD YEAR IN A now. Fon FATHER 'THE Mounf' I5 JUST LIKE HOME. Q SENIORS, CARQLE VAnoEnBEnc, RosE- NARIE HANKS, MARSIA ALT, PATRICIA BnEcxEn, Ann MARGARET WILCOME JOIN FATHER DnoLET ll A LIVELY DISCUSSION sETwEEu courEwEncEs. A VISIT T0 TNE LOVELY CRIB SCENE HAS ONE OF THE SOURCES OF INSPIRATION FOR THE GIRLS ON RETREAT- 77 .Si ! A 'K 3 SDDALITY oFPIcERs, MARY Jo BOOTH, PREFECTQ BONNIE Woous, SECRETARY: MARIE PLATTE, VICE-PREFECT3 AND ESTELLE DOBBINS, TREASURER, PRAY T0 OUR LADY THAT THEY HAY IHITATE HER VI RTUES. . : N P, I Q... K ., 2 , R: ' .A , - .. T' I I ,I X 2 , I . I 5: A , lo" TXQ t 4 'I I . ,A -I I ,T VI, N ?' I B' fab ful IVI, X .',A , , I I . , .A . . , ll 1'IONS ,417-212 oReANIzA I .rg A-1 L PONTIFICAL 'MSSION ation of :he Falfh The Society for the Progafew You I -NEW 'om' - Ln Im. an NATIDHAI. ow-te - ww "FV" MENU ' H... A-Af-1"""5'I'T.'I3'-Sf'-1":'BS: ,, nn. I-v Am :awww ,ng me uosvu Nm' um Dumber 19' 1957 y Awww h R353 e Street, N.I-I EI-and Rapids "' 'Maman W agar r yo ugh ,M xI.n-1253: iecdw, your Etienne Prlendii 3, gmavam, V' ,mucus . ance P for your wer Wciow 'BU Emma d 1 man! :lout Bm M Adglbert. Reverend . ur Diocesan Direclfi-24 we BDU Famer s me OOO-00 DDI. r ni: scr rixerem ue! mx: ' H ,mguera u benefn. mx, mme Mr on 1, uno va for on um, nil Ch begcer an is no Your Hanan Im-may Of YW' Sim, personally- Bc' W hi Y , 2,1 those vue cannot I-TDK my CI-wwf' use YP ,ed N E Doe NCUP' mn suse!! ' V , U have- " W Eu. H15 'O " me mu-me n uacrtilf YS: mm U, your W for men B7 me vm,-1, and it no , Ialusxns. just A poor. on YW --so mon Z: nu cd, when me U ' . rev , :Eze my guru, UU Ce mn on glory of me mvsmd T-he N mentors, cannot A se mln' 0,-on may criii pun of an c Imam: YPI11' ' mm, uwn- v . nz Pfcmnatd in D A nun gundhy In P "UV 'wc B H119 YJ5 5 1103 x ' 1 mu num' Wu tn my You Every '11"'i"5' X mmm' mms or PfRY"' md A cnrxn. 4 um anauramre Pumguny your! 4' 5 lhti on f-"""x"" I "' Sodality 1.1.-.-I:-:-.-.-.:. -:-,vi-.g NMAKE KNOWN THE VIRTUES or THE BLESSED VIRGIN AND EXCITE ALL T0 ADMIRE, LovE, AND FOLLOW HER.u WHAT CAN BE MORE BEAUTIFUL? THE SODALITY FDSTERS THIS DEVOTION T0 THE MOTHER or GOD IN ALL OF HER MEMBERS. THESE CDMPANIDNS IN MARY ARE TRULY LIVING A WAY or LIFE. THE SDDALIST USES HER SPIRITUAL AND PHYSICAL STRENGTH TO PROMOTE sooo. FDR ExAHPLE,THE MISSION DAY PROGRAM SPONSORED BY THE SODALITY IN OCTOBER REQUIRED THE HELP AND CO-QPERATION or EVERY STUDENT IN THIS WORKING IN UNISON SCHOOL. ENAELED MOUNT MERDY TO SEND SI,ooD T0 THE PROPAGATION or THE FAITH. THROUGH THIS THE SODALISTS UNITED UN MARY COME CLOSER T0 CHRIST IN THE 9 R APOSTOL I C WORKS. THE ANNUAL RDSARY PRocEssIoN, svon- SORED av THE SODALITY HAS LED BY THE STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT, THE CROSS BEARER, FOLLOHED sv THE SDDALITY or- FICERS AS FLAG BEARERS, AND SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS uno CARRIED THE Ros- ARY. :Dv JELENS, REPRESENTATIVE or YCS :R MOUNT Msncv ACADEMY GIVES LAST INUTE REMTNDERS T0 THE OTHER frlcERs: PAuLA NAPIERALSKI, sopno- JRE COUNCIL MEMBERS Bonuus wooos, union COUNCIL MEMBER: MAunEEu MEAD INANCIAL SECRETARYQ BARBARA KANTON 9-RERREsENTATlvEg DIANE Bnown, RESMHAN councuL REHRER AND KATHRYN nnnlc, ssnlon councvL HEHBER. Ep Young Christian Students THE YCS Nouns CHRTETTAN STUDENTS? HELP TRAQN vouwc PEOPLE TC DE GOOD LEADERS. THUS GROUP AiMS T0 BETTER DDRDTTTDTTE TREDDDT-1 af-TpRDv4Nfz THEY ZNDBVUDUAL, HDS HAEETS AND SURROUND- VNGSE THE PROCEDURE us THREEFDLD: OBSERVE, JUDGE, ADD ACT--TC RECDD- NlZE THE PRGSLEN AND ATTEMPT TO ETRD THE READDR BEHiND TT, TO JUDGE THE PEDDLEM ACCORDING T0 CORRECT PRWNCRFLES, AND TO TAKE DEETNTTE ADTQDN T0 HMPROVE THE S3TUATiON. DDRJND THE YEAR SMALL GROUPS MEET TO DISCUSS THE CURRENT SOCUAL ARD MORAL PROBLEMS. AT DEStGNATED TUNES STUDY DATE EDR LARGER AREA GRDUPS ARE HELD an GRDER TO RRDMDTE UNUTY QF IDEAS EDR A BETTER EHRQE- TTAN ENV1RONMENT. MDDR REMAQNS TO BE DONE BUT NDTHTND as WMPOSSTBLE FOR MALL THHNGS ARE POSStBLE THROUGH GOD.N A YCS ACTION cnouw, UNDER THE LEADER- SHIP or CAROL 0LLls IS OBSERVINQ, Juncunc, AND ACTING on THE MATERIAL PRESENTED T0 THEM. MEMBERS or THE cnouv ARE BETTY RAE Jonsson, SUZANNE PALASEK, JUDTTH PAHLKK, JOANNE RDADR, PATRICIA Szvszxo, CAROL OLLIS, AND JUDITM Szrsunsxl. 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' A -'ed N Q alll' X ' . .Z O Q J 5 55 in NII NOVEMBER Y C S STUDY DAY IN TOLEDO - STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY SENIOR PICTURES ARRIVE - SENIORS AT THEIR BEST UNDERCLASSMEN'S PICTURES ARRIVE PENNY CAMPAIGN - A PENNY A DAY P T S M - TEACHERS MEET PARENTS GLEE CLUB PARTY - WKNOw YOUR NUSlCn SENIOR DANCE - HSPUTNIK SPINN SENIOR-SOPHOMORE FREE DAY - A DAY WELL EARNEO CE DECEMBER If, ,ml JUNIOR CLASS RINGS ARRIVE 1 1 Ubx SENIOR GLEE CLUB ON TV - CELEBRITIES AT HORN Q5 F9 CHRISTMAS PLAY - ULADY OF THE MARKET PLACEN ' CHRISTMAS PARTY - A BEAUTIFUL TREE FROM THE I TISCH FAMILY og JANUARY 0 RETREAT - TIME T0 CONFER WITH GOD C3 - EXAMS - TELL-TALES OF THE FIRST SEMESTER TT ALUMNAE COFFEE HOUR - CORSACE FOR EACH SENIOR A JUNIOR DANCE - nMlDWlNTER MOOD.n -. - ,qs - FEBRUARY SENIOR PLAY - NPRIDE AND PREJUDICEN SEE? FATHER NUGENT'S JUSILEE ' T MOTHER GENERAL VISITS MOUNT MERCY ,l.57 '7 MARCH SENIOR HONOR STUDENTS ANNOUNCED . '-' VOLLEY BALL TOURNAMENT SCIENCE FAIR ,.-3. '2 APRIL FATHER-DAUGHTER DANCE - FATHERS' NIGHT WITH OAUCHTERS MOTHER-DAUGHTER PARTY - A GOOD TIME FOR ALL CROwNINC - MARY QUEEN OF OUR HEARTS RECBTPL - RESULTS TO THE FORE 'JL- YEARSOOK ARRIVAL - AH YES, DEADLINES! 9 Y C S STUDY WEEK ' JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET - WBEYOND THE BLUE HORIZONH SENIOR SKIP DAY - A DAY OF REST? I PROM - UBLUE MISTN ELECTIONS - NEXT YEAR'S LEADERS EXAMS - TELL-TALES OF THE YEAR N A JUNE BACCALAUREATE Q, AwARD ASSEMBLY ,4 COMMENCEMENT - TIME FOR JOY - TIME FOR TEARS 81 1 Patrons MISS MARTHA ANTOR MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH A. ALT MISS MARCIA ANN ALT MISS CHARLENE ANTOR MISS JANET AMAR MR. AND MRS. pHlLLlP AMAR MISS BARBARA ARSULONICZ MR. AND MRS. STANLEY TALVS MISS ALDONA BALYS MR. AND MRS. ALFRED BERGMAN MISS PHYLLIS BERGMAN MR. STEPHEN MR AND MRS. BLADEY R. BOBOSKY MR. AND MRS. EARL BOOTH MR. AND MRS. FLOYD BOOTH MR. FLOYD BOOTH MISS MARY JO MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS BOOTH GRAYDON BURGHDUFF EMMETT BURNS MISS JUNE BYSTRAND MR. AND MRS. HENRY J. BUSCH MISS MARY JANE CZECHANSKI MR. AND MRS. WALTER CZECHANSKI MISS LINDA DROSKI MISS SHARON MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. A FRIEND MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS DUBA EDWARD DUBA ARTHUR FURTAW JOHN GRZESZAK THEODORE A. GIETZEN MISS CHARLENE HEITZ MR. ROBERT HEYSOER MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MISS GLORIA WESLEY HIPKE ANTHONY HODYNA JOHN HOOYNA STEPHEN HODYNA HENN HODYNA MRS. LILLIAN HORMIG MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS. MISS JUDITH MR. AND MRS. STEWART JOHNSON BERT JELENS JELENS WALTER JOHNSON MR. AND MRS. HAROLD JONAS MISS MARILYN MR. AND MRS. MISS MISS MRS. MISS MR. AND MRS. JONAS STANLEY JUCHNIEWICZ JEANNE JUCHNIEWICZ BETTY RAE JOHNSON C. KARASIEWICZ G, KARASIEWICZ HENRY M. LIESKE MISS NANCY LIESKE MISS PATRICIA LYNCH MR. BUD LUSK MISS MARYANN MACIOSZEK MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM A. MASCK MR. AND MRS. WESLEY MANCEWICZ MRS. HELEH M. MEADE MRS. MARY MOSS MISS SHARON MUNGERSON MISS MAUREEN MR. AND MRS. MEADE MILLARD MUNGERSON MISS PATRICIA MUNGEESON MISS JUNE MARTIN MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN GLLIS MISS CAROL OLLIS MR. ANTHONY OMILIAN MR. AND MRS. ALFRED J. PLATTE MISS CATHERINE A. PLATTE DR. AND MRS. CHARLES F. POPOSKI MRS. H. ROSZKOSKI MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MISS BARBARA EDWARD SZYSZKO ARTHUR L. SMITH QOGER STANDER STANDER MRS. FRED STRAUEEL MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. JULIUS SOMMER JOHN STEFFES THE TAYLOR CHILDREN MRS. MARY TAUTER MISS PHYLLIS MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. TAYLOR JAMES TAYLOR JOHN WAUCHOPE, SR. CHARLES WITKOSKI MISS MARIE ZANK BRIDGE STREET ELECTRIC SI2-SIU BRIDGE N.w. GL S-4209 COLLINS PHARMACY lSO9 PLAINFIELD RI 2-2751+ STAN DAVIS FLORIST I33O w. LEONARD Rl 2-3459 FAIRBANKS' PASTRIES 22I MICHIGAN N.E. GL U-5I32 GOEBEL Q BROWN I2 MONROE GL 6-7l6l GRAHAM'S MOBIL SERVICE NIS! LAKE MICHIGAN DRIVE STANDALE - GL I-9092 REVEREND C. G. NUGENT MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM KAY Sponsors -- HEYBOER'S PRODUCE UOIO LAKE MICHIGAN DRIVE GL 4-7645 KAY DRUG CO. 2I78 PLAIN:-'IELD EM I-7319 SAWOSKO MOVING A STORAGE CO IBO! CENTURY S.W. CH 5-9284 SONNEVELDT CO. ZI2 ELLSWORTH S.W. GL 9-6275 TEDVS SUNOCO SERVICE IOOI FuLToN GL I-9224 ZAMIARA DRUGS "- STO News GL I-9589 MR. ALEX BALAYTHY MRS. KATHERINE SEYMOUR Congratulations AMERICAN DIE CASTING CO. I ANDERSQN ARTIST SUPPLY AMERICAN BREAD COMPANY Everything for the Variew Bread Professional and Amateur Arfisf D Pastry-Domnsfcakes . PICTURES AND FRAMES ecorated Cakes for all occasions 712 Bridge St., N.W. 28 Louis Opp. Herp's Garage PHONE Gi- 3-3201 fine fashions for f54f,JwLdp,1fmf fWe"'Y'SeVe'1 Yew ALB15:RTS.1 ALT 5' Som gags ' ' ' ,L ' L fi- 1- , . . . yu,,f,,,f',ifDf'ZffnSiffeqfg'-ggI 1' -Q3 335 DRESSES . . . III YMPNEP DVENWE' AY Fipiy Siglfgitggl-L . . I VGQAND PAFIIDS 4, MICHIGAN ' ' ' BLANCHE LeBARON 15 JEFFERSON GRAND RAPIDS J ,LW wwf W W ,. im., -if L- ,E fyfzfm, -fl 4 LifMf!--- i,5,qfaJuZc ,WZfMfCi5! , ,Qj,V1af,,cJ7L4' CZ fQLpe!7+H:a-Ha? Jan M fy WTMMM KJ l Zgjaaefpffali-1594-f-aa 5-,,,L,,,,zgZ0U 1, !!faff,?MzaQ,7,41eg.,,4,JM y vga! ' f , , . Q,.f1,L,,QCXLf R ,vw-1 471,-our 6'aK EafQeSf U P H 0 L S T E R Y Exclusive Piano and Grgari Deal Mr. and Mrs. John Grzeszak ET 'I36 EAST FULTON STRE gg, f ' ff f E 49,-M, bw, zjywj Moc wJ- - lafgd Zagacbaxgcdgyd ,mapa gf-vdzcxf-1 J X D A A ' - WW AUTO DEALER ' M046 W-H55-if ,QQ safwff' 21.1 a R-I-NG-Go: 9,56 M25 Fgdfff'-ffu ,W affpf-a-Z if ,gfaf-i,,,.,fL, ff ' gl?,fQfe xgvlhojd We fy J 7 Z 7 Z, T' T .55 . QZLMVANAWARA nnos. WML, My W Home of World Famous "Brand Name" ET Appliances, Boats and Moiors Meats - Grocery Ffiglidaife E d Home-Made Sausage X! Philco Zjgxpsr D Ta an Gas R Q H pp.lT Starcraft 257 STRAIGHT, N. W., Mem! on Wagemaker Phone: GL T-9380 av 69 ' W Q ' 1ooo w. Faison Gi. 1-0854 MM!!! W .L f Wa .W 5 7, ff 5-3 C ik if if 9' sf Qi ,,.-v ., .f. I ' , ' , s Y' , -, . .x 'K wg ,Q is ,651 if Q - V L. .. , S NN un... nfl 4' . , , A fx A.gj4g?1g:, xi V 5 Z 3 . , 5 'L -V QQ . 15 fi,qi?I4 f-.IM7 W. . a E 2 ' 1 Q Best IWisI1es To The Class of 1958 A MR. AND MRS. FELIX PRESTON S. A. Kolenda A. T. Kolenda Modern Window Cleaning Co. CLEANING OF ALL KINDS 343 Mt. Vernon Ave., N. W. Phone GL 8-8824 Grand Rapids, Michigan NAWARA BROS. BALL PARK HARDWARE Builders Hardware and Appliances PHONE GL 9-7098 1030 W. Fulton Sf. GRAND RAPIDS 4, MICHIGAN WESTERN RADIO SERVICE TELEVISION SERVICE GL 8-4617 . BARTO 81 SON FUNERAL HOME 1401 Quarry, N. W. A01 V ll B -d R12-1196 GL 4-8179 Grand Sasizistmiilhigin S. J. Barto Bernard Barto X C. M. COOPER PIANOS 8. ORGANS Exclusive Dealer for Kimball Pianos-Lester "Betsey Ross" LOWERY ORGANS 110 E. Fulion St.-Metz Bldg. CAcross from Fulton Parkj JELENS DIE 81 STAMPING. INC. Manufacturers of TOOLS-DIES BERT JELENS Pres. 8- Mgr. 1015 Monroe Ave., N.W. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phone GL 9-0211 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1958 f r o m MERCY CENTRAL SCHOOL OF NURSING ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL Grand Rapids, Michigan MERCY HOSPITAL Bay Cify, Michigan MERCY HOSPITAL Muskegon. Michigan lashions- Wherever you go-you'II measure up to top honors in fashion when you wear clothes from m. Morgan. 1450 WEALTHY STREET SOUTHEAST MASONS STANDARD SERVICE OPEN 24 Houks 2153 PLAINFIELD, N.E. GRAND RAPIDS DeYOUNG and BAGIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1904 Chicago Dr. Grand Rapids, Michigan Everything for The Home A I Money Saifing Prices I S and H E552-Sen Stamps Mmm- +0 me EI 'I SI'or e Furniiure Dep'I'. S "" m"3iea.,h,, S.E. SENIQRS Grand Rapids, Michigan BOWL ai' WENGER'S I MAT:-news of DRUG STORES OPEN BOWLING EVERY DAY 629 L eona rd N. W. RI 2-2302 ARTHUR VANDER HYDEEEINC. 'lr TRUCK LEASE TO INTERSTATE MOTOR FREIGHT 'lr 3352 LAKE MICHIGAN DRIVE GRAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN 1 1 ' 'V ,f . A- Q1 X ,,, I niforms fhcm fhaf No greafer compliinen1EEeuId be ipcid our u b fhe sfudenfs offending . . . fhey are being wern y MOUNTJIIAEREZY ACADEMY I4 Cf' N-,I ,K . f-""', -rx-xrp E3 li ..,,,,-. 1 ',,,1-.. ,, ,' EISENBERG 8. O'HAREA COMPANY Q- ' -A! f' f f ' f ...L ... , 2 1307 MARKET STREET , PHILADELPHIA 7. PENNSYLVANIA 52' CAMERAS FILM SUPPLIES FOR THE AMATEUR Wes+own Fo+o Cen+er 1159 Leonard S+.. N. W. Open Evenings 'fill 8 P. M. Sai. 'fill 6 P. M. Phone RI 2-1318 -ffm, A--...ELA FRANK J. COLE SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Tanker Truck Service N. W. 465 Kinney, GL 9-6837 GL STANDALE DEPARTMENT ' STORE i WE GIVE SGH GREEN STAMPS Open 9-9 MAIL? X 4030 Lake Michigan Dr. I. 'X 4-5184 STANDALE I " .XX I it i 5- Elmer and Rita Zinn CRita Brown-Mt. Mercy '39J shown with six of their seven children, invite you to see what their service in offset printing, top quality mirneographing and mail- ing can do for your BUSINESS or ORGANIZA- TION. The ElRi motto is "No job too small or too large" and a trial will convince you we know the Way to do your work. Call RI 2-3719 clay or night 2137 Eastern Ave, NE. Grand Rapids Complete Printing Service lor Churches. Schools, Clubs "The Whole Parish" Have your work done by those who know how to do it best - through years ot experience both as printers and as Catholics. 'f5kx,1Hik.v Nm, TRAVFLFING? 3,533 Qulef Kids Fidqefs 7, iq ,A if--A ,A m me cuz sig-, time' with entertaining, educational Tmv-L-Games Ihdl IPLICII Observulion, Clilenliveness. loo. Send SI.0IJ Ior THREE DIFFERENT GAMES of Q postcard im illustrated meer. Rita Zinn, Trav-L-Games ZI37 Eastern Av-2 VIE, Grand Rapid: 5 M h 'grzfmrugigf' - COMPLIMENTS OF HARRISON PARK DAIRY 741 Richmond. N. W. RI 2-2277 WALKER ST. PHARMACY Your West Side Prescription Center II8l Walker St., N. W. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phone GL 8-9640 We Deliver CONGRATULATIONS ARSULOWICZ BROTHERS Funeral Home 585 Stocking Avenue Phone GL 8-I297 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS CLASS OF 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Truskowski and Daughters H. R. TERRYBERRY COMPANY Official Manufacturers of Mount Mercy Rings 313 Allen, N. W. GL 8-1391 GERRIE TAUTER DANCE STUDIO 1212 Wielancl Place, N. W. GL 4-7928 3: 3 Gas Built-ln Cooking units, with exciting new automatic cooking features are perfect for to- day's modern kitchen. Top burners may be installed wherever most convenient . . . oven units at iust the right place and height. To glamorize a kitchen choose Gas Built-In cook- ing units . . . in new bright decorator colors, stainless steel or copper tone. CHOOSE THE Superior Performance of a GAS BUILT-IN RANGE Visit the Gallery of Gas Built-Ins at entrance lobby of Gas Company building, 47 N. Division Avenue. MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY Serving 835,000 Customers in Michigan -T Senior MARCIA ALT HOLY TnINITv, ALPINE I632 - 6 MILE Rn. COHSTOCK PARA GAA I,2 GLEE CLUB I-4 SODALITY 3,4 FUTUNE Nunsss 3,4 YCS 3 JO ANN AMAR ST. TNoNAs PARISH 227 CARLTON S.E. GLEE CLUB I YCS l,2,3 SODALITY I PERFECT ATTENDANCE I NCTC 2,3,4 GAA I,2 MARTHA ANTOR HoLv TBINITv, ALPINE YIOS BAUnnorr N.w. SPANTA GLEE CLUB I-4 SODALITY 3,4 GAA I,2 FUTUBE NURSES 3,4 YCS 3 ALDONA BALYS SS PETER 5 PAUL PARISN l509 HAMILTON N.W. NATIONAL Houon SOCIETY 3,4 YCS I-4 SODALITV 3,4 GLEE CLUB I,2 TRI-SCI1u FRENCH CLUB 3,4 Gooo CoUNsEL CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT 2 Pnesuosnr 3 STUDENT COUNCIL VICE-PRESIDENT 4 SCHOLASTIC Houon SOCIETY I-4 GAA I,2 VALEDICTONIAN PHYLLIS BERGMAN HOLY TNINITV, ALPINE 4252 BRISTOL N.w. COHSTOCK PABA Gooo COUNSEL I SODALITY I-4 GAA I,2 GLEE CLUB I PERFECT ATTENDANCE 2 STUUENT COUNCIL REP. 2,4 CLASS SECRETARY 3 FUTUBE TEACHERS 4 ScNoLAsTIc Honon SocIETv I-4 WRITERS' CLUB 3,4 KAY BEST ST. MARY PABISN I25 CnEsTuoon N.W. LATIN CLUB I,2 SODALITY 3,4 GLEE CLUB SUSAN BOLTER ST. ADALBERT PABIBN BI5 BRISTOL N.w. YCS I,2 WIITERS' CLUB 3,4 GAA I-4 TNI-ScI 3,4 TREASURER 3 SODALITY I-4 LATIN CLUB 2 Gooo CoUNsEL CLUB I GLEE CLUB I-3 MEBcIAN STAFF MARY JO BOOTH ST. 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YCS I,3 GLEE CLUB I SODALITY I,3 LATIN CLUB 2,3 Gooo CouNsEL CLUB I NCTC 3 FUTURE Nunsss 4 HERCIAI STAFF BRUSH L PALETTE 2 MARY JANE CZECHANSKI ST. IsInonE PARISH 343 HOUSEHAI N.E. GLEE CLUB I SooALITv 3 GAA I YCS 2 FUTURE Nunsss 3,4 PnEsIoENT 4 SHARON DUBA ST. ALPNOISUS PABISN 920 COLLEGE N.E. SCNOLASTIC Houon SOCIETY I,3 YCS I,3 PERFECT ATTENDANCE I,3 GLEE CLUB I-4 STUDENT COUNCIL REP. I,3 GAA I Fussen CLUB VICE-PRESIDENT 3,4 FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB 4 wnrrsns' CLUB 4 SAFETY COUNCIL REP. 4 HENCIAN STAFF TRI-SCI 3,4 SUSAN GIETZEN ASBUHPTIOI B.V.M. 7225 PACNEN DN. N.E. BELNoNT FUTURE Nunsss CLUB 3,4 YCS 3 GAA I LATIN CLUB 2 GLEE CLUB I JUUITH GOEBEL ST. CATHERINE PAnIsN IOS GoEBEL ROAD RAVENNA GAA I,2 YCS 3 Gooo CoUNsEL CLUB I FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB 4 GLIE CLUB l,3,4 PERFECT ATTENDANCE I,2 SODALITY I-4 SCHOLASTIC Houon SocIETv 3 TBI-SCI 4 ARLENE GRZESZAK ST, ISIDOIQ PAQISN 934 FLAT N.E. SCMOLASTIC Houck SOCIETY I-3 GAA I CLASS SECRETARY I PERFECT ATTENDANCE 3 YCS 4 GLEE CLUB I LATIN CLUB 3 JUIIUI-SENIOR BANQUET CNIIIHAI SENIOR DIRECTORY ROSEHARIE HANKS SACRED HEART PARISH 259 LEVDEN S.H. wRITERs' CLUB 3,4 YCS I-4 GAA I-4 SODALITY I-4 TRI-SCI 3.4 NATIONAL HDNDR SOCIETY 3,4 LATIN CLUB 2,3 Gooo CouNsEL CLUB I CLAss SECRETARV 2 CLAss PRESIDENT 4 GLEE CLua I-4 SCHDLASTIC HoNoR SOCIETY I-4 CHARLENE HEITZ ST. ALPMONSUS PARISH 444 LEONARD N.E. GLEE CLUB I' PERFECT ATTENDANCE 2,3 Gooo COUNSEL I TRI-SCI 3 GAA I,2 EDDA HILL ST, JANEs PARISH I053 JACKSON N.W. GLEE CLUB I-4 SODALITY I-4 NCTC 2,4 YCS 4 GAA I-4 TRI-SCI 3,4 PRES. 4 LATIN CLUD 2 SCHOLASTIC HONOR SDC. I-3 PERFECT ATTENDANCE I-3 ROSE MARIE HODYNA SACRED HEART PARISH IOO9 EDISON N.w. GLEE CLUI I FUTURE NURsEs 3,4 YCS 3 LATIN CLUR 2 GAA I,2 KATHRYN HORMIG 9l2 COVELL RDAD , ST. JAMES PARISH YCS I-4 GLEE CLUI I-4 SoDALITv 2-4 GAA I-4 Goou COUNSEL I TRI-SCI 3,4 FUTURE NURSES 3,4 FRENCH CLUC 3,4 TREAs. 3 PRES. 4 JUDITH JELENS BLESSED SACRANENT 6I3 GNACELAND N.E. NCTC 4 LATIN CLUB 3 HERCIAN STAFF SODALITY I-4 TREASURER 3 GAA I-4 FUTURE NURSES 3 Gooo COUNSEL CLus I SCNOLASTIC HDNCR SOCIETY I-4 YCS I-4 YCS-SODALIIN DANCE CRAIRNAN 4 FATHER-DAUCNTER DANCE Co-CHAIRMAN 3,4 TRI-SCI 3,4 ELIZABETH RAE JOHNSON ST. JAHES PARISH 559 BLICNLE N.w. Ycs 2,3,4 SoDALITv I-A GAA I-A GLEE CLUC I-4 TRI-SCI 3-4 FUTURE NURsEs 3 WRITERS' CLUD 4 MERCIAN STAFF LATIN CLUD 2,3 Gooo COUNSEL I FUTURE TEACHERS 4 KARNA JOHNSON ST. ANTHONY PARISN I504 ALPINE N.w. GAA I-4 SECRETARv 3 GLEE CLUI I SoDALITv 3,4 FUTURE NURSES 3 YCS 3 PERFECT ATTENDANCE 2 MERCIAN STAFF JEANNE JUCHNIEWICZ ST. IsIDoRE PARISH 9II BARACA N.E. GLEE CLUA I Gooo CoUNsEL I GAA I SoDALITv I-4 KARYL JUDSON ST. ADALBERT PARISR 930 NACDLD N.w. GLEE CLUD I-4 GOOD COUNSEL I GAA I-4 FRENCH CLUN 3 TNI-SCI 3,4 YCS I,3,4 CLASS TREASURER 3 SODALITV I-4 PERFECT ATTENDANCE 2 HERCIAN STAFF MARLENE JUREWICZ ST. ANTHONY PARISH 632 RICHMOND N.W. LOHELL H.S. I,2 CATHOLIC CENTRAL 3 SooALITv 4 YCS 4 TRI-SCI 4 GLEE CLUR 4 FUTURE NURsEs 4 JEAN KOLENDA ST. ISIDORE PARISH I04O Innes N.E. LATIN CLUB 3 GLEE CLUB I GAA I,2 NCTC 3 LORETTA KULCZAK SACRED HEART PARISH 40 GARFIELD N.w. GLEE CLUA I GAA I LATIN CLUD 2 YCS 4 FUTURE NURSES 3 FUTURE TEAcHERs 4 TRI-SCI 3,4 SoDALITv 3,4 NANCY LIESKE ST. ADALDERT PARISH 73I EHPEROR S.w. GLEE CLUB I-M LATIN CLUB 3,4 YCS I,2 FUTURE NURSES 3,4 BRUSH E PALETTE 3 PERFECT ATTENDANCE I SoDALITv I-4 GAA I,2 SHARON LUBINSKAS I225 Husxlcon N.w. ST. MARY PARISH BRUSH 8 PALETTE I,2,4 FRENCH CLUD 3 HARYANN HACIOSZEK 260 VALLEY S.w. SACRED HEART PARISH GLEE CLUB I GAA I LATIN CLUN 2 HARCIA HACK SS PETERS PAUL PARIQN I625 LARE MICHIGAN DR. GLEE CLua I-4 TRI-SCI 3,4 GAA I-4 YCS I-4 NCTC 4 FRENCH CLUA 3,4 JUDITH HANCEWICZ HoLv SPIRIT PARI3N 23I4 LANE HICRICAN DR. GLEE CLUe I GAA l,2 TNI-SCI 3,4 FRENCH CLUB PREsIDENT 3,4 YCS 2,4 SCHoLAsTIc HONOR SOCIETY l,2 FUTURE NURsEs 3 WRITERS' CLUB 3 RUTH MASALKOSKI HoLv SRIRIT PARIsN 228 CDVELL ROAD GLEE CLus I GAA I,2 FRENCH CLNA 3,4 TRI-SCI 4 FUTURE TEACHERS 4 YCS 4 LATIN CLUD 2 JULIA MASCK SS PETER 8 PAUL PARISH I452 wIDDICoNa-N.w. GAA I,2,4 STUDENT CDUNCIL TREASURER 2 S.C. REPRESENTATIVE 4 GLEE CLUR I PERFECT ATTENDANCE I,2 NCTC 2 FUTURE NURSES CLUD SECRETARv 3 SCHOLASTIC HDNDR SDCIETY I,2,3 HAUREEN MEADE BLESSED SACRANENT PARISH I039 EVELYI N.E. SCNOLASTIC HoNoR SOCIETY I,3,4 Goon COUNSEL I YCS I-4 SECRETARY 4 SODALITY I-4 GLEE CLUR I-4 GAA I-4 TRI-SCI 3 MERICAN STAFF LATIN CLUB 2 PERFECT ATTENDANCE I,2 FUTURE NURsEs 3 WRITERS' CLUB 4 FUTURE TEACHERS 4 SAFETY COUNCIL 4 SENIOR DIRECTORY PATRICIA MUNGERSON HoLv NAME PARISH BIO CoRoELIA S.w. GLEE CLUB I Gooo COUNSEL I. GAA I,2 PERFECT ATTENDANCE 2 YCS 3,4 TRI-SCI 3,4 FUTURE TEAcHERS 4 FRENCH CLUB 3,4 SAFETY COMMITTEE 4 ROSE NESSNER HOLY NAME PARISH I202 SENECA S.w. FRENCH CLUB 3 GAA I,2 GLEE CLUB I CAROL OLLIS ST. MARY PARISH 373 SCOTT N.w. GAA I-4 TRI-SCI 3 SBDALITR 3,4 FUTURE NURSES 3 GLEE CLUB I NCTC 2-4 PERFECT ATTENDANCE I-4 LATIN CLUB 2 SCMOLASTIC HoNoR SOCIETY I-4 YCS 2-3 MERcIAN BUSINESS MANAGER SUZANNE PALASEK SACRED HEART PARISH II5 GARFIELO S.W. GAA I YCS 4 LATIN CLUB I,2 GLEE CLUB I ScHoLASTIc HoNoR SOCIETY I PERFECT ATTENDANCE I FUTURE NURSES 3,4 JUDITH PAWLAK SACRED HEART PARISH 248 LEVDEN S.W. YCS 4 FUTURE NURSES I LATIN CLUB 2 GAA I CORNETTA PENFOLD HOLY NAME PARISH 7I7 LvNcH S.W. BRUSH L PALETTE 2 GLEE CLUB I GAA I,2 FRENcH CLUB 3 MARY KAYE PERSAK ST. ISIDDRE PARISH IO5I MAVBELLE N.W. GAA I,3,H GLEE CLUB I-3 TRI-SCI 3,4 FRENCH CLUB 3,4 YCS I-4 SoDALITv 3,4 LATIN CLUB I,2 WRITERS' CLUB 3,4 Gooo COUNSEL MARIE PLATTE ST. MARY PARISH 737 FIFTH N.w. SoDALITv I-4 VICE-PRESIDENT 4 YCS I-4 GAA I,2 FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB 4 PERFECT ATTENDANcE 2,3 Gooo COUNSEL I SCNOLASTIC HONOR SDCIETY I-4 TRI-SCI 3,4 YDUTN TALENT 4 GLEE CLUB I-3 LATIN CLUB 2 JOYCE POPOSKI SAcRED HEART PARISH 67 RICHARDS N.w. PERFECT ATTENDANCE 3 FUTURE NURSES 4 FRENCH CLUB 3,4 GLEE CLUB 3,4 GAA I-3 LATIN CLUB I TRI-SCI 3 YCS 3 NCTC 2 BRUSH A PALETTE I,2,4 MERCIAN STAFF ScHoLASTIc HONOR SOCIETY I-4 ROSEMARY PYLYPCZUK SAERED HEART PARISH 94I LAKE MICHIGAN DR. GLEE CLUB I-3 YCS 1-3 NCTC 3 BRUSH 8 PALETTE 3,4 FUTURE NURSES 3,4 PATRICIA RADLINSKI ST. STEPHEN PARISH I4I0 SIGSBEE S.E. GLEE CLUB l,3 GAA I,2 BRUSH B PALETTE 3 PERFECT ATTENDANCE 3 JOANNE ROACH BLESSED SACRAHENT PARISH 2332 FosTER N.E. GLEE CLUB I TRI-Scl 3 LATIN CLUB 2 FUTURE TEADHERS 4 SODALITY I YCS I-4 BRUSH 8 PALETTE 4 FUTURE NURSES 3,4 GAA I,2 DIANA ROSZKOSKI ST. MARY PARISH 325 BALL PARK BLVD. N.w. GAA I GLEE CLUB I FRENCH CLUB 3,4 FUTURE NURSES 3,4 BRUSH 8 PALETTE 3 NCTC 3 SHARON SEYMOUR ST. FRANCIS XAVIER PARISH I3Ol LArAvETTE S.E. GAA I-4 TREASURER 4 SODALITY 3,4 GLEE CLUB I-4 Gooo COUNSEL I YCS I-4 STUDENT COUNCIL REP. I LATIN CLUB 2 NCTC 3 BRUSH 5 PALETTE I-4 SECRETARY 3 WRITERS' CLUB 4 ScHoLASTIc HONOR Soc. I-4 YOUTH TALENT BDARD or DIRECTORS I-4 PRESIDENT 3 MERcIAN STAFF CAROL SMITH I52 - 4 MILE RDAD N.H. COHSTOCK PARR GLEE CLUB I-4 Gooo CoUNsEL I GAA I-4 YCS I,3,4 TRI-SCI 3 LATIN CLUB 3 FUTURE NURSES 3,4 NCTC 2,3,4 BARBARA STANDER ST. MARY PARISH I9I9 HAINES N.w. ST. MARV'S, PRAIRIE DUCHEIN, NIS. I CATHOLIC CENTRAL 2 GAA 3,4 YCS 3,4 TRI-SDI 3,4 VICE-PRES. 3 SCHOLASTIC HONOR SOCIETY 2,3,4 GLEE CLUB I-4 SODALITY I-4 PERFECT ATTENDANcE I-4 FRENCH CLUB 3,4 STUDENT COUNCIL JUDGE 4 Hgqclgg EDITQR FUTURE TEAcHERS 4 FUTURE NURSES 2,3 YOUTH TALENT WRITERS' CLUB PATRICIA STEFFES HOLY NAME PARISH I73O WENDLER S.w. STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT 4 SECRETARY 3 YCS 2-4 SODALITY 2-4 BRUSH L PALETTE I-4 GAA I-4 YOUTH TALENT BOARD 2-4 PAULA STELTEP ST. IsIooRE PARISH 622 BURKE N.E. GLEE CLUB I-4 FUTURE TEACHERS 4 GAA I,2 LATIN CLUB 2,3 YCS I,4 BARBARA SUCHOCKI ST. ADALBERT PARISH IOI75 EIcHTH S.w. WEST CATHOLIC CENTRAL I,2 SODALITY 3,4 YCS 4 JUDITH SZPEINSKI HQLV SBIRIT PARISN 6I7 OARLEIGH N.w. GLEE CLUB I GAA I YCS I LATIN CLU8'2 FUTURE NURSES 3 TRI-SCI 4 FUTURE TEACHERS 4 PATRICIA SZYSZKO HOLY SPIRIT PARISH 32I CHERRV LANE N.W. GLEE CLUB I,3,4 Gooo COUNSEL I YCS I-4 GAA I,2,4 FUTURE NURSES 3 TRI-SgI 3,4 WRITERS' CLUB 3,4 FRENCH CLUB 3 LATIN CLUB 2 SoDALITv 3,4 NCTC 3 PERFECT ATTENDANCE 3 ScHoLASTIc HONOR SOCIETY I-4


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