Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

 - Class of 1939

Page 1 of 154

 

Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1939 Edition, Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 154 of the 1939 volume:

hy, Nazareth Academy, Rochester, New Yo Editor-in-Claiqf A U D R E Y V 0 G T Bmmesf Manager H E L E N B A U M A N S NTHORN ents the Twenty-seventh Volume of June 1939 FOREWORD 4446+ From the white of our cover, symbolic of the purity and joy of the angelsg to the gold and blue for holiness and truth . . . From the loved persons and places, dear to the angels . . . From the Guardian Spirit who goes before Nazareth's nine hundred each day . . . From the tiny angel who lights the candles of truth and Wisdom . . . From the conversation of angels whispered in silver tones through the realms of advertising space . . . We have gathered the theme for the 1939 "Lanthorn" . . . the Angels of God, our ever-loving, ever-faithful friends whom Faith has made us know. To the Angels of Peace to whom We owe "reverence for their presence, devotion for their benevolence, con- fidence for their carel' . . . To our unseen protectors, the Cherubim and Seraphim . . . To the Guardian Angel who keeps a ceaseless, comforting vigil by the side of each Nazareth maid . . . T0 the Angel of the Rochester diocese whose inspiration guides our Bishop Kearney in his just and wise rule . . . T0 the Archangel who helps Pius XII in matters of grave moment . . . T0 all the angels that ever do "service to succour us on earthy, We the class of 1939 of Nazareth Acad- emy, lovingly and gratefully dedicate the "Lanthorn." +9515 w i l DEDICATION Nazareth that has known 'lthe com pany of thousands of angels." fa. Lv'- Mud? E if W' Q . 1, V 1 as Xa 4 + 3? Lf . . , M .Wg- ., M. Q. . " , ,. -, f ' -'Z 'mmf - Hs if wi: ' iff: xv ,WV If I with Fra Angelico Could see the angels come and go, As clothed in robes of gleaming gold Their radiant gifts of Love unfoldg Could I but hear the praises there, And know the joy that fills each prayer, Then would I come with heart aflame To whisper softly His sweet Name, Then would I come and long adore Till Love could fill my heart no more. ELEANOR BINGEMER. SP'- Qliunhent Qllbapel an Qlihristmas Qlihe "AND all the angels stood round the throne, and they fell on their faces and worshipped God, saying: Amen! Blessing and glory and wisdom and thanks- giving and honour and Power and might be to our God for ever and ever. Amenl' " Qllunhent bbrine nf The little Jflutner AND another angel came and stood before the altar, having a golden censer and there was given to him much incense, that he should offer of the prayers of all saints upon the golden altar, which is beFore the If a bud of prayer Might blossom there By the shrine of the Little Flower, A rose it would be Brought down to me From my Guardian Angel's bower. For he takes on high N Each prayer, each sigh, As a rose, Therese, to thee, And Wings back again To the realm of men With a shower of rosebuds for me. AUDREY VOGT +2l9lSt l 4 Zln Memoriam Pl US XI "I-IE was fl great lover of America, a great lover of his fellow men-and God rest his soul-he was a great lover of everything Worth while in lifC,U1BISHOP KEARNEY. "Angels and zlrchzmgels, Thrones and dominations, principalities and powers, ye hosts of heaven, Cheruhim and Seraphim, bless ye the Lord for ever." Glory in Zlngnzlir light - O gather Angelf, romzcl the place ll7lJe1'e Pl7l.l' ref!! from ei11'llJ'J' cllearl flrlfe Come ye-with flow, deliberate pare Lead him lo Ch1'i.fivIife1'mzl Life! Ah, loere amid fl worlzl of woef He toiled while nine mzgelll' rlvniazf Maple zzfmif of flye zwzzflw of fam, 7'1-mqffillellmzfl enroll by pmyerflll lyrw. -:Zi 10 112- So hear him gently, angels, loft Ah, Mifhael, gaartlian of grave lrnrt Colne now to hear hir Jonl aloft To realmt where reft the Saintr, the jtfrt. O Thronef, who Jing inverfant praire Ye Thronef, who form hright hea1fen'J eonrt, What nnion with Goa' alia' ye raife In thi! dear fozzlv-thi! raintly fort! Ye, Powerj and Prineer, oft dial war At hir command demonif powerrg Come, joy that there no more may mar The glory gainea' throngh gnaralea' honrf. Dominationr-powerf .rnpreme Bid angel horrtf hear him afar Let glory of heatic clreamf Be hir, foal-Jearea' hy War'J grim fear! Come, Virtner, Joftly rai.fe him up Thi: Pope who Jaintf dia' canonizeg May prieftf who raiye the Sarred Cap Therein hir name foon eryrtallizel Ah, Chernhim, with ontftretfhecl wing What holy plaeef dort thon keep While radiant Seraphf gently Jing Pinr, to Lo11e'J eternal Jleep? O, Choirr, 'thriee-triplea', hear him .fwift Who, careworn, weary here hath trod Martyr to Peace! Ah, fhoirf, to fern lift Piztf triumphant to the throne of Goal! ANNE X7IRGINIA MII.I.ER, '39 "O GOD, the Lord of mercies, grant to the soul of Pius XI a place of refreshment, rest, and happi ness, and the glory of Thy light . , . " 1 +25 1122+ H15 HOLINESS POPE P1Us XII sw, W. Rome and Rochester IT BRINGS Rome very close to Rochester to see our new Pope Pius XII pictured here with our own Bishop Kearney. It establishes a very personal link between us when we see the Bishop of Rome walking side by side with the Bishop of Rochester. Formerly, a Pope seemed far off, distant, one we revered and loved and honored, but still one remote. Now, when we hear Pope Pius XII over the radio we can feel the closeness of Rome and Roch- ester, each presided over by a Bishop whose lives have many similarities. Our Holy Father is a Roman chosen for Rome, Bishop Kearney, a New Yorker, has come back to his native New York State as Bishop of our city. Pope Pius XII was a professor at Roman Seminary in his earlier years, Bishop Kearney taught at Cathedral College. 'vit I2 235 Mosr REVIEREND IAMES KEARNEY, D. D Both Bishops stand on common ground in questions of individual human freedom and abhorrence of race prejudice. Each has a whole-hearted interest in youth problems. Wfhen the new Pope visited America as Cardinal Pacelli in 1936, he led a busy life of contact with Americans. He made an airplane tour of the country, meeting more than a hundred of our American bishops. He was guest at Hyde Park on the day after President Roose- velt's re-election. He was the guest of the Catholic University of America and of Ford- ham and Notre Dame Universities. We, Rochesterians, know full well what a busy life our Bishop leads. How Nazareth should like to have had the privilege accorded to West Philadelphia Catholic High in 1936 where His Eminence Pope Pius XII was tendered a special program! "Rome comes to West Catholic,"-the caption in their 1937 "Gleam', tells how much it meant to them. But then, too, Rome and Rochester met,-Cardinal Pacelli now Bishop of Rome, Bishop Kearney then of Salt Lake, Utah, now of Roch- ester, New York. It is fitting that in a book dedicated to the Angels of Peace he whose first wish as Pope was "Peace to all the world!" should be included. Peace has been a dominant note in his life. Upon leaving the United States, following his memorable visit in 1936, Pope Pius XII, then Cardinal Secretary of State, said, "I am leaving America with gratitude toward all with whom I have come in contact and with prayer that Almighty God may continue to bless this great nation, that its citizens may be happy and prosperous, and that the in- Huence of the United States may always be exerted for the promotion of peace among peoples." May the Angels of Peace bring strength and courage to this "pastor angelicus", Pius XII, the Bishop of Rome pictured here with the Most Reverend James E. Kearney, Bishop of Rochester. 3 ,xx iat. f ,S X sss ffffsf '15 Ps - -'--- is I 9 Xl e' I Q l XVXJXSQ XC y . f fl llxhx ' VJ. X.f 1. ,f 'M' xl.. x, Q-' HM X f X, Q f .x A f- ' Y, fm X Xxx. 'tw ,f if 1, , +5l13i5" REVERENIJ IVIOTHER SYLVESTER Piwsiflefzt SISTER AGNES GERTRUIUIE Sef1'e!a1'y "Angels are ministering spirits, sent to minister to the ADMINISTRATION THE Mosr REVEREND JAMES E. KEARNEY, D. D Spiritzml Dircfmf' heirs of heaven . . . offering the prayers of the elect to the Supreme Majesty in their golden, thuriblesf' 655 14 12? ADMINISTRATION THE MOST REVEREND THOMAS F. HICKEY, D. D. Religion for Senior! SISTER M. MARCELLA P1'im'ipa! SISTER M. B1zATR1cgls flflay T1'6dfill'6I' Alfgelif Ifflffildlll' Michael, the guardian angel of the Church-- Gabriel, the bearer of God's sweet messages-f Raphael, the "most human-like of all the angelsn- Hefp alzrrzyf nm' Anfzffifziflmlozif,I iii 15 ls:- Y x. yiuvlllkgi-tx T , Ol?" ' XOXX u , ,gli C fs' 5 ,Nix ,Q .,,-,c5 as l Q . ' f'l"i'll.'l2ii'l1 f ' ' X di. , ll. l"h'l+",1ff fi X V341 l'1 ,gsyfjj X' D .Q,,W,,y O ' xxgllq "God appointed angels I0 their Jerfeml porn" . . IN ADDITION to their regular course in Apologetics, the seniors have a weekly instruction hour with His Excellency, Most Reverend Thomas F. Hickey, D. D. Talks on the sacri- hce of the Mass, the use of the missal, the Saints of God, and other points of Catholic doctrine have made the class better prepared to go forth into an inquiring world where all sorts of questions will meet them. In these trying times when many "isms" surround us, it is comforting to think on these Thursdays at ten when we learned of faith, hope, and charity by Precept and practice. The reverential prayer has made us know the reality of the definition of grammar school days,-the "lifting up of our minds and hearts to God," +3161-Fr' Mosr REVEREND THOMAS F. HICKEY D D Tifzzlazr Arfhbirhop of Vimimzfzum ff , A ,V , ' ' , ' ' JI A glzafdzafz angel 0 GI bu lzfe piefzdmg . ALL junior, sophomore, and freshmen classes have Father Daniel O'Rourke for re- ligious instruction on Wednesdays. These lectures supplement the courses in Christian Moral, Prayer and the Sacraments, and Faith and the Sources of Faith which form the regular daily period in Religion. However, Father O'Rourke is more than a teacher, or should we say he is the devoted, interested teacher? Always is he our helper in various projects for curricular or extra-curricular happenings at Nazareth. In joy, in sorrow, in success, in failure we can always be sure that our religious instructor will divide our trouble and double our pleasure. REVEREND DANIEL B. O'RoURKE I7Z.ff1'7lL'l0I' in Religion i F-,, 1 ,affid- :fM'N9rrX Xie- 'ol gli K HD Pl ,tx-N ,.L-.frg1 ,f-W llfy fx l,,Rfl2:i,1fN Sy . T ,C Polly! X CT t-A . "5l17l9" rn ETHA l ho shall go before thee, and keep thee in "Behold I will send my ange , w ' ' thee into the place that I have p1'e1m1'ed. thy journey, and hrmg oes before T E Angel, Helen Bauman, g H Nazareth's nine hundred and shows the way to Marjory Keenan, their representative. F A C U L T Y fPaes 20, 21, 22, 42, 50, ss, 661 SENIORS 1Pages 24-413 JUNICRS QPages 45-493 SOPHOMORES 1Pages 51-571 FRESHMEN fPages 59-657 GRAMMAR GRADES QPages 67-699 from birth - 0 THERE is joy in a journey with one's oldest friend, with one and abiding close through all the "ups" and "downs" of life until the d t the City of God. f X oc' 'X X ef, ,O 4 fl :Vg li l . 1 la fll"f' ffl Q,'? 'ourne en s a '24, '-' have J l Y -1211815 ,ig QQ F 3, rx 55 f 31? if E J 'flS,.mLN-sz aww 211' ii i f ' g ,iff if s. 1 f. , .sz ew 1 1.1 . ,Q .Q . if 'gi . L-fsmmm-uM.oMM,,, y , ,iff Q A' , 14' ff K .L Ax F35 'aff 'i",59efiz X21 232.99-L:,, V 5 5,37 7 f f ff V .- . . USM, . .hugpf-. 'Wa 1 , f r' , f L , W if '42 2 1 sr' .Q Mg I 3 1- N M N if fi r -rv Xu 'X ' A ,Wy ww f v M -.ff . , . .. P 11 1 M iffiffaifsfw' ,mf y ,M W, V? NH JH ,1maQ6ime:saww.,h..mwp, X ,M . . . ,Mx , N. A Q--g,,,,k, ,, K, ,V . Au. -LQ: 355, ,L ,, , ,A, H .fifgv ,x,as-m,r1wmfeviw11" ,,-ff?Qsi?jQm:g,,L.,1Q2 . V259 ,, .. 1 , . ,V ,f If 153 ,,i7,34i-,,,, A , Z-fb T mf 44 f ff.. fwwwwymwgwpwimwywrw-'AVA H , j5f,,:,-N A Nw ,.V.,,, , , H H4 gf"'2"Y T2 F- .J--t,:r - 2 fi- I 1 .. . , ,, , .. , W , E ., , Hum? ng- ,. , Mm, M .... . . .. H mama ?i,,,,ESg3,,5,,m Vi- N H .fum '-ff' it if www W M 'Y' Www M km , W ,Ww, Wfiww' w Q? 'i ' 9 ' ' - ,.,, V. v,,, f f . ', M, V. M 5, K V - A , , f W QM 1 5' " Y' ' - ,, , . ,- , ., iw ' . wi- K Q M ' - h ' f ,7:,z,L-1,,wf,'f' , -, N' in ,, ' Q " ' 2"' i1fif:f5?Q3J5 :,xzlf5Y'i74V3L7 ji 5 L f ,WJ A :ix 4 if , 2 v 2 D ,E 1 1 rv ,X , ,..,5 k,g.,,f 4, -iffy,-v..x,,gip5wf,, K ' I 5,5 vm . - jg, H -N, rr 'Fw1?2,f52f4'- an WF , K L? f ' 'E 4? K' 1 if R Q72 W Q , . ,, Rf i' gw 2. Eg' f Q, A 1 K 3 MQ ,, JL 1 S 3 ' jf D ,, 2 Mg, 'W Q W if gf 'E W 1 H S 2 Q2 3 g "" " "" ' 'f,?f?f?f": "',fQ":ff'-'lf .M 05 "J ,lf ,.i'I'3': 'f.!'51- f Y' , 1 ,, , m,Q?,,,q Mwv-.aw , W , 'gpm ' ' - 1 W K C ' ,g PGH 1 ,W 1 if 'Q f W K - ' ff Q, 1' f Q' . , gm- 5 . 1, f ' f . Q ,Y Q ,Q L 1 A ,, Q 4 N Q. E, Y wif? ,, V . ,f,- - 'G , i E gi 1 1 ,fl k ., 5 f, 2iQf'!T X :if wif 2 Q 5 Q w w 1,e aff , ' K f'gw fi,f,f',,if 'K Q Q ' ' fr is ' IN-H V fxfwn Ak. . Sixteen Members of the Faculty do not have Home Room groupsg the students report to them in respective classrooms, laboratories, library, gymnasium, or orlice. Above: SISTER AGNES GERTRUDE Otice Administrator of Study SISTER CECILIA Instrumental Music for Grade Students SISTER CLARISSA Dramatics, Oral Expression SISTER EVANGELA Gymnasium Supervisor SIsTIsR FRANCES TERESA Englishg Adviser, "Lanthom', staff SISTER GERALDINE Religion for Seniors, Chemistryg Adviser, Our Lady's Sodality Committee, Nieuwland Science Club. SISTER JOAN Typing SISTER IRMINA Vocal Music for Seniors and juniors, Director Perosian Choir Jfffigfi .. xml! We ff jd X161 ff X , , ,X x I ,fs I if H x is M0 iv G:-,sn ' ,Am I Kimi Vvst-S1514 rp , I A I I 'J ! ' .X ,ff ,ylfrwvf xl Xl! I We ff , .67-. XV , O ,V rx is J SYS 43 205+ LTY 2 FACULTY ff Thy lbrayerr and lloy alms are ascended for a memorial in iloe sight of God." fflngel to Cornelilzs, The Acts, X, -lj Below: SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER GRACE REGIS ROBERTA ROSE TERESA ST. MARGARET THOMAS MARIE TERESA EDWARD WATSON SABIN Bookkeeping, Typing Librarian Orchestra, Vocal Music for under classes Religion for Seniors, Art, English Instrumental Music Home Economicsg Adviser, Social Committee of Sodality Music for Gymnasium MARION BAPTISTE BENSON Gymnasium Director if 5 - +Z4211Zl'- Q Qfwaiv'-"' f, r If , I .A ,.,ff'3-f- . I, Senior Home Room Teachers MEMORIES of Study Hall under Sister Marie jose, of 205 with Sister Rose Angela will be "safe-kept mem- ories of lovely thingsl' for the students of the Aca- demic Course, while the Commercial Seniors will turn to the "light of other days" in retrospect, recalling their Senior Home Room teachers,-Sister Hubertine and Sister William Marie. "Grant that we may always be shielded by angels' protection Above: SISTER HUBERTINE SISTER WILLIAM MARIE SISTER MARIE JOSE SISTER ROSE ANGELA Room Room Room Room 303 306 202 205 dazzle? Apologetics, English, American History Apologetics, Commercial Law, Short- hand II Apologetics, German, Physics, Adviser, Der Deutsche Verein Apologetics, American History 5 Adviser, Dramatic Committee of Sodalityg Ad- viser, Bellarmine Club School-Spiritedf -+---- A SENIORS THE one hundred seventy-eight seniors recite other subjects than those from their Home Room groups in the classrooms of teachers of English, Latin, French, Chemistry, Home Economics, Art, Music, Typing, Bookkeeping, Modern History, Intermediate Algebra, and Dramatics. und muy reioice in their fellowship forever more" Class Officers EILIEEN HANLEY President CLARA SHAUGHNESSY Vice President lVfARY PATRICIA FOLEY Treafzzrer JEAN SKELLY Secrelary -224 23 E+ VIRGINIA M, AKEY Sacred Heart 463 Electric Avenue College Entrance cArtivitie.r: Sodality, Perosian Choir, Le Cercle Franqais, Bellarmine Club, Lanthorn Staff, Senior Play. Asters and amber . . . new Worlds of alabaster . . . diplomat in dusky tones . . . pledge of cooperation. MARY A. ATTINASI Holy Rotary 255 Lark Street Commercial cAfti1'ilieJ.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Cereus and chiffon . . . emerald twilights . . . music and laughter . . . "let's read awhile" . . . pursuit of tennis. ARLENE BARNARD lmmaralafe Conception 72 Arnett Boulevard Academic elctivitierf Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Francais. Trailing arbutus and turquoise . . . in tune with the times . . . heart full of' fun . . . peace and calm of the prairie . . true enthusiasm that burns long. MARY M. BARRY 51. Monira'.f 66 Cottage Street .. Academic cActi1fitier: Sodality, Le Cercle Frangais, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science. Marigold and myrrh . . . the freedom of earth's vast solitudes . . , heart warmed with friendship . . . "we did it once." GERALDINE A. BAUMAN Our Lady of Perpetual Help 101 Lill Street Commercial V-1cti11itie.r.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Dogwood and dimples . . . Gershwin rhapsody . . . "as for instance, foot- ball" . . . captivating merriment. HELEN J. BAUMAN Our Lady of Perpetual Help 171 Norton Street Commercial ulrfiritiers Sodality, Queen's Herald Staff, Lanthorn Staff, Bellarmine Club. Shasta daisies and sapphires . . . rare brilliance . . . sparklingly happy . . heart of gold . . . "let me do it after school." VIRGINIA M. BAUMAN Holy Rorary 316 Lake View Park College Entrance cAclioiiie.r: Sodality, Le Cercle Frangais, Bellarmine Club, Thucydians. Veronicas and vignettes . . . a carrier of sunshine . . . a smile and a twinkle for all . . . "a little bit of heaven" . . . delightfully impromptu. MARGERY M. BERNARD Immaculate Conception 1 Lee Place College Entrance ulctioitierr Sodality, Perosian Choir, Le Cercle Franqais, Nieuwland Science, Bellarmine Club. Azaleas and aquamarine . . . pursuit of laughter . . . versatile characteriza- tions . . . rollicking, frolicking fun. ELEANOR BINGEMER Blerred Sacrament 712 Clarissa Street College Entrance uirtioirier: Sodality, Lanthorn Staff, Perosian Choir, Orchestra, Le Cercle Franqais. Poppies and poetry . . . plus this, minus that . . . "fashioned so slenderly, young and so fair!" . . . voice like bells over roofs at dawn. LOIS BIRECREE Holy Rotary 228 Fulton Avenue AC2ldCmiC efictivilier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club. ' f Harebell and hearthstones . . . Lady Graciousness . . . chapel by the sea . . candid, circumspect and content . . . "there's so much in a real book." f 9, . 9.1 . ' ft". is 'O X 23 24 lf? If Lill 1-Y 'O' i-.:"- f .mil L92 Qzegtfp tl. X ld f73jAf,e7Q2fX 4. f K K .ve ,, 5:44. XKFSTH ACFWC xc., gf MARGARET L. BOEHLER Holy Aparfler 29 Warner Street Commercial cfirlirfirierx Sodality, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club, Queen's Herald Staff, Dramusical. Holly and harmony . , . a life that leads melodious days . . . up the musical scale . . . has many a share of "fun preferred." VIRGINIA BOGDAN St. Peter and Puulhr 584 West Main Street College Entrance cArli1fi1ier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Mantuan Club. Violets and violins . . . millions of bookmarks . . . "heart of a child, wis- dom of a sage" . . . someday, someday, the Philadelphia Symphony. FANNY BOTTIGLIER Nazareth Grammar' 17 Lime Street Academic cAfti1:ilie.r: Sodality, Bellarmine Club. Blue salvia and beryl . . . quilted comforters and white damask . . . zest for the unusual . . . new gowns for old. - I V U A V - .. MARGARET BREEN ' ' D V k sguwyjlipoffltfi- 156 Cameron Street A I V ' ' Academic 1 Q .e :.Artivilie.f.' Sodality, Bellarmine Cluds, Thucydians, Nieuwlarid Science. , Angelicas and "aves" . . . easy humor . . . Gibralter of faith and constaincy . . . facts and fancies. FRANCES E. BRIGGS Blerred Sacrnmem 39 Wilcox Street Academic eJI:!i1xilieJ.' Sodality, Dramusical, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club. Narcissus and nightingales . . . ripples of laughter . . . biggtouchdowns in little things . . . "my kingdom for a horse!" ARLENE BROWNYARD Blerred Sucramenl 412 Rockingham Street Commercial uictivitien Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club, Orchestra. Canadian pines and candid opinions . . . restrained revelry . . . "if it weren't for 'if' " . . . air castles aplenty. ELIZABETH BURKE Sl. Margaref Mdfj,.1i 67 Covington Drive Academic cArfi11ilier.' Sodality, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club, Christmas Dance Com- mittee. Camellias and cameos . . . courage and constancy . . . heart as sunny as her golden hair . . . maid-to-order. MARION A. CALLAN St. Augzzrtirieli 880 Genesee Street Academic cfictivitierf Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Library Page, Christmas Dance Com- mittee. Copper tulips and country fairs . . . homework versus other things . . . "what's the hurry?" . . . each moment a miracle. EILEEN CAMERON Immaculate Canrepfiun 54 Tremont Street Academic cAc1i11izieJ.' Sodality, Le Cercle Frangais, Bellarmine Club. Four o'clocks and fountains . . . words and music . . . "the clock is watch- ing" . . . "fair as a star when only one is shining in the sky." ROSALIE CANEPA H0164 Rogerr School 136 Frankland Road College Entrance ulctivitier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Christmas Dance Committee, Style Show. Forsythia and frankincense . . . happy hostess . . . gentle thoughts and gentler deeds . . . accomplished loveliness. gag: ,ffgybku 'Mya I 5 , Q- QA ea 25 Je- f ,lo gnc, Nm l 10. Fw . Wil rg, wg.,-1.1, -J 1 Ge.. srfiriyfiiimeff ve- I I fllgcg A , Sp . f P, EXcfTHWLfL..f MARCELLA CAUFIELD Sl. Manicair 283 Magnolia Street Agademiq eAclioi1ieJ.' Sodality, Orchestra, Gregorian Choir, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science. Basket of gold and basic values . . . the gentle art of "getting on" . music lover's guide to happy melodies . . . serenity and sincerity. JEANNE COLLINS Immaculate Conception 10 Ethel Street Academic eflrlioiliers Sodality, Perosian Choir, Le Cercle Francais, Bellarmine Club. Red poppies and reflective ambition . . . do's and dor1t's in study craft . . . a calm observer of "ought" and "must" . . . Irish humor. PATRICIA CRIST Our Lady of Good Counrel 1010 Clinton Avenue North College Entrance eActi1zitie.r.' Sodality, Orchestra, Le Cercle Franeais, Mantuan Club, Lanthorn Staff. Ivy and inspiration . . . a poet in prose . . , a child's faculty of "make- believe" . . . copyright in condensation. ROSE T. CROWLEY Immarulale Conception 105 Tremont Street Academic eAcli11itier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science, Thucydians. - Mountain pansy and mother-of-pearl . . . academic complications . . . "the friendly welcome of the wayside well." RUTH ANN DAKIN St. AuguJtine'.r if 121 Thorndale Terrace Commercial U4cti1zitie,f.' Sodality, Thucydians, COEC Club, Gregorian Choir, Bellarmine Club, Senior Play. Fleur-de-lis and fancies . . . tact of born diplomat . . . spells the superlative of attractiveness and personality . . . "on with the dance." MARGARET DALTON Sacred Hear! 256 Electric Avenue Academic eAc1i1xi1ier.' Sodality, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club, Dramusical. Phlox and patterned rhythm . . . a happy combination of mischief, humor, sincerity, and responsibility . . . the joy of living appreciated fully. BLANCHE M. DEAN Blerred Sarrameni 199 Norton Street Academic Vfrtivitierr Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Mantuan Club, Nieuwland Science. . Queen's wreath and quiescence . . . gracious listener . . . "Yes, I like to collect things" . . . earnestly persevering. VICTORIA A. DE CARLIS St. Patrick'J 295 Meigs Street Commercial V-1cli11ifie.r.' Sodality, Thucydians, COEC Club, Bellarmine Club. Dahlias and dusk . . . concealed practicality . . . earnest scepticism . . . trill- ing laughter. IRENE DE CONINCK Sl. john Evangelirl ' 1006 Long Pond Road Academic Greece, New York 1 eficlivitierx Sodality, Le Cercle Franeais, Bellarmine Club. Evergreens and emeralds . . . old English fireplaces . . . candle in the heart . . . dreamer of great dreams. CLARA DEMEYER St. john Emngelirt 1102 Long Pond Road C0mmEfC1f11 Greece, New York t!lrti1'ilie,r.- Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Rose-moss and reliability . . . willingness to do . . . "friendship's an inn the roads of life afford" . . . in quest of beauty. V Ugi f' L, , I X A1 ze pt Sy. We 3 as gg l IX1' ,HQ 2958 A X731 WT lp-g.!',f8f' A .,,,,,W, ,bgg gf XXXQLAS 'f'f,.f W... .., SUZANNE DEPREZ Sf. M0nifdiJ 85 Bradburn Street College Entrance efIcfi1filie.f.' Sodality, Le Cercle Frangais, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club. Woodbine and welcome . . . songstress . . . starring as a side line . . . lark- spur and lullabies . . . heights unseen. ETHEI. G. DESMOND St. Bonifure 1387 South Avenue Academic eAi'.'i1'izieJ.' Sodality, Orchestra, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science. Hyacinths and humoresque . . . merry laughter . . . naively modern . . . 'jsome hate broccolig some hate bacong she hates having her picture taken." ,J ffl' 1 'l VERCSNICACDILK, Holy Rotary 51lCurtis Street 1 'rg ' Academic X feArti1,'ifik'1: Socfality, 'Orchestra, Bellarmine Club, Perosian Choir, Sodality Play. I' Poinsettias and p s . . . goddess of nocturnal sport . . . prospect and retro- spect .'. . neverftoo young to travel . . . "our acts our angels are." , 1 NANCY E DIN EN ' 5 en e C is i fad JV J! ' l' 1 ' TMll'L1?fAo Ch n cience, A ' sad JJ-Iel rope an! hea, . .jfdtmpgfire ffdyyegijyjcnzibnd may . . . 51,1-64651 ' VJ c V JN. 1 I I Jftg - 1 t. . ix of ig ,, ,J ,V f JUNE E. DISPENZA YWN, - Iv.,-V L 131 1 sf. Aiommff 425 Wellington Avenue 4 Kc ,jr 1. fix' 'V College Entrance ' A I 1 ' 4f1rtivitie.r: Sodality, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Franqais. Cape jasmine and contemporary serenade . . . adjustment and mastery . . . a humor so sincerely healing the whole world laughs with her . . . lyric musings. HELEN DONOVAN Sf. Manicdr 662 Seward Street College Entrance u1c!iz'i1ier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Franqais, Nieuwland Science. Hawthorn and hospitality , . . restraint is glamour jits best . . . plans for quality . . . conformity and consistency. V Kr S , X F' E 1. . 'lily 1 !K MARY E. DOWD 5 V ,g sf. Augurrineir 45 Ringle Street 2 ,lj.r'V ' '3 Academic . g . gtu"' Q uirtivizign s9lLali69:"'Be11afmineQeub, pfchefqixiggqan choir. P3gsii's,Wd adl es Egtronomy and Q ip fr . yesterday is tomor- Now 4 . .hob rses . . . penetration and perspective. .wilt-A JEANETTE A. DREW' Si. Auguxfinek 57 Renouf Drive Commercial cxlrlivifier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. White julienne and wedgewood . . . "me, too!" . . . breathless and expectant . , . modem as tomorrow's headline. LUCILLE D FFY Nazareth Grammar 905 Meigs reet il College Entrance u1cIi1'il'eyxgSo ity: ell min Clubxuihlv and Science, Thucydians. d ne A. . Zcfand fable . . . enthusiastic in- di idualis . the 'princ s of the iry f ale. MARGARET M. DUNLAY SllL'1'Ed Henri 115 Redwood Road College Entrance vlcliziilierr Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Thanksgiving Play, Le Cercle Frangais, Senior Play, Purple wreath and premeditation . . . 1001 French questions answered . . . sudden joy . . . fluting from a distant hill . , . strange, sweet ways. K ,F 1 S?UMl,y4 Yrs' l P ,,, gl. 1 X X W9f rsh, fi its fb il X O t 'll 27 191 Q x xx .yvRw.' XL. 3134.1 ffifl fe ' g if? GERALDINE M. ELKINS Srbool Number 11 116 Hazelwood Terrace Academic cAcli1fitiz'J: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science. French honeysuckle and footlights . . . moonspikes shafting through a snow- ball bush . . . tea-table chatter . . . pensiveness. GRACE ELTER St. AHJYOWVI 14 Lux Street Academic ufctiifilier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Frangais, Thucydians. V Cherry blossoms and consideration . . . angel food techniques . . . ready tact, quick sympathy . . . pines . . . gold in a pool . . . quiet lanes. JANE ERDLE St. Boniface 774 Meigs Street College Entrance cActi1fitier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Der Deutsche Verein. Moss rose and marbled mansions . . . deep content . . . the haunting loveli- ness that the south-wind knows . . . gracious gladness. ARLINE M. FALLON St. Boniface 564 Linden Street Academic cAf2i1fitie.r: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Der Deutsche Verein. White clover and wisdom . . . gleams of practicality . . . talented hands of an artist . . . guide for scouts and Scouters. CAROLINE J. FAZIO St. Patrick: 176 Oak Street Academic cAcfi11itieJ: Sodality, Bellarmine Club. Golden bells and Grecian urns . . . a ship to bring to port . . . things to do, things to see . . . "her song is all of the joy of life." AGNES M. FEHRENBACH St. Micbaelir 20 Siebert Place Academic eArliviiier: Sodality, Nieuwland Science, Bellarmine Club, Der Deutsche Verein. Canadian lily and calm repose . . , winsomeness . . . dauntless courage . . . "challenge and promise and peace and power." PEARL M. FEOLA St. Ar1tbony'l 194 Dewey Avenue Commercial cArti1.'i1ier.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Four-leafed clover and friendship . . . sunny thoughts and a sunnier smile . . blueprint of Fhe future . T . optimism in a green, green gown. 5 N 2' A Maw R. HSCHER J' , , sf. Mary,-ef A141-yu 40 L gacng Road , . College Entrance f P- I s -D ciipiziept' Sodality,'IMant Club, lfLe Cercle Frangais, Bellarmine Club, .. HP' nior Piiay. i If 1 y, ,Lf ' ' ' N leedirig-hearts and brilfeints . . songs of pleasant glee . . . "lyric wonder in her face",-.' . . always beyond the dark there is the blue. LI' HELEN M FLUGEL Holy Rummy- 90 Miller Street Commercial :Jctivilien Sodality, Queen's Herald Staff, Bellarmine Club, Thucydians, COEC Club. Garlands of roses and grave wonder . . . gentle mirth . . . reason mixed with pleasure . . . strong, silent, serene. St. Agner lmfifwe MARY P. FOLEY 60 Cook Street College Entrance cActi1fitieJ.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Orchestra, Le Cercle Franqais. Daisies and delightful charm . . . queenliness . . . traveler in the Quiet steeps of dreamland . . . madonna of the evening flower. 7 fk V ., LUM j , "2l28l5l' S 0 as ?i 5 Qi -2,11 5 R Q? XL K M5-nf X 5 ionic W , N . ,x . N 'P' . X b. X x X U MARY Lou FCRA Q ' Sf. Am fe sv Presque sqm 1 jfcoliege 12 me e416vi1ieJ.' Sodalipf, ero ' n C oir, Be rmin Club. A B i ll A wweet syr aSaE Sh ple 'ur . . . "w 5 ve not ski enough your worth to si ' ' . . . " indlie frien as man" . . . debnnair MARGARET A. FRAWLEY Sl. Monicdr 243 Weldon Street College Entrance viftiviliers Sodality, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science. Christmas rose and concord . . . a lyric touch of solitude . . . new attitudes on old issues . . . "Try as I like to find the way, I never can get back by day." ARLINE E. FREDETTE Sr. Manimkr 790 Genesee Street College Entrance rArIi1'i1ier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Franeais. Bridal rose and ballets . . . sonnet without music . . . I'll stitch the hem of eveningg I'll sew the edge of dawn . . . sun's and moon's and evening star's benediction. RITA GEFELL St. Micbael'J 526 Clifford Avenue Commercial ulrtiizitierf Sodality, Perosian Choir, COEC Club, Bellarmine Club. Peach blossoms and pleasantry . . . activity and ambition . . . pocket manual of gaiety . . . "still achieving, still pursuing." JUNE GILMORE Surfed Heart 473 Maplewood Drive Academic u1fti1zilie.v.' Sodality. Larkspur and lavender . . . "sing, riding's a joy! For me, I ride" . . . she comes with freedom and with peace . . . the charm of silence. ANGELINE A. GIRARDI Holy Redeemer 44 St. Jacob Street Commercial cflrtivitier: Sodality, Perosian Choir, COEC Club, Bellarmine Club, Dramusical. Mulberry and melody . . . aid to reflection . . . minting words from a fund of thought . . . summer gentleness. HELEN C. GOSCHKE Holy Redeemer 12 St. jacob Street College Entrance ulcli1zilieJ.' Sodality, Advertising Manager of "Lanth0rn," Le Cercle Frangais, Gregorian Choir. Day lily and distinction . . . "in manner cordially sedate" . . . longs for hills to climb and strength for climbing! MARGARET M. GRAHAM Surfed Hwy! 588 Ridgeway Avenue Commercial cArti11itieJ.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Lily-ofvthe-valley and loveliness . . . a Dresden china shepherdess . . . rem- iniscent ot' lavender and old lace, snow white and silver tinsel. PATRICIA M. GREENE Our Lady of Gam! Caunrel 38 Inglewood Drive College Entrance tJ16'li1Iili2,f.' Sodality, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club, Dramusical, Le Cercle Franeais. Orange blossoms and organdy . . . mistress of miscellany . . . heart-easing voice . . . literary yardstick. DOLORES M. GROSSER Raamown High, Ohio 46 Treyer Street Commercial eArti1Jitier.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Senior Play. Rosebuds and reveries . . . cameo in old gold . . . cookery, casseroles, and copper . . . "shine out little head sunnying over with curls." f . if . f xl-LU MW Sfiiiixaf Q X 1' X0 "El 29 It 1 Y Iy"Y'm J rx l 'Lb Q- 'Af 11,1 X Sq? Av f Sf C 'I' f lg il lei l H91 . X ix. ,ffcl lk YN. gfgjfffejf THYAQ', ,gg ,,,,, get 4 5 l ARLINE A. GYSEL Holy Redeemer 257 Alphonse Street Commercial Vietivifiers Sodality, Dramusical, Perosian Choir, Badminton Club, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Bayberry and bonbons . . . origin of harmony . . . illuminating irresistibility . . . ambition's torch of gold. EILEEN M. HAGGERTY Our Lady of Good Connrel 856 Genesee Street Academic cffctiziilierx Sodality, Bcllarmine Club, Le Cercle Franqais. Nasturtiums and nursery rhymes . . . "let's have ice cream" . . . hers are those clear grey eyes you watch . . . a sweet Colleen. EILEEN P. HANLEY Holy Rvrury 77 Oriole Street College Entrance U4r1i1'itie.r: Sodality, President Senior Class, Perosian Choir, Orchestra, Man- tuan Club, Bellarmine Club, Senior Play. Rosemary and rhapsody , . , vanity fair on an escalator . . . glacldest thing under the sun . . . diversity of gifts. FLORENCE HASSELBERG Sl. Azlgllrtinehr 53 Woodbine Avenue ' Academic ulrtizfitierx Sodality, Harvest Festival, Fashion Show, Der Deutsche Verein. California poppy and contentment . . . gift of quiet kindness . . . portrait of a friend . . . fragile china cups . . . woodland violets. GERALDINE HEINDL Holy Crorr 5940 Lake Avenue Commercial V1e1i1'i1ie.r: Sodality, Bellarmine Club. Green amaranth and greetings . . . opalescent pearls . . . hopeful kinclling faith . . . "I live in a world of sweetest sound." DORlS M. HEMMER Holy Aporller 17 Elsdon Street College Entrance eArtivi11e.r.' Sodality, Le Cercle Franeais, Perosian Choir, Dramusical, Bellar- mine Club. Heartsease and Haviland China . . . sparks from silvery stars . . . "gentle lips at evening murmuring a psalm" . . . the fortitude, the courage, the strength of mountains. LOUISE M. HENRICUS Holy Rom:-y 242 Ravine Avenue College Entrance tAe1i1fizie.r: Sodality, Mantuan Club, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Frangais. Morning glories and mandolins . . . song after sundown . . . guardian of joy . . . carries thewcense lamp of hope and humility, 5, . .5 EDNA Holy Apoffler 55 Cfmn Street I' College Entrance uielhlifiers Scldji ity, llllztntuan Club, Der-Deutsche Verein, Nieuwland Science. Nfeadnsl liLy"and rrvfstery . . .N"captain, chart your course" . . . fashioned 'out of paQst gold". . E-fgood .tidings of good things," JANE D. HETZLER Holy Ramry 276 Santee Street Academic cArti1fitier.' Sodality, Perosian Choir, Orchestra, Bellarmine Club, Dramusical. Eglantine and emeralds . . . "a bar or two of music from songs an angel sings" , . . precious promise of accomplishment . . . firm and true. EVELYN HOGAN. Om' Lady al Good Colmrel 354 Roxborough Road Commercial eAeri1'itier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Badminton Club, Nieuwland Science. Blue squills and becomingness . . . calm, cool, clever, carefree . . . "charm- ing to walk with, charming to talk with" . . . witty repartee. f' xx fzisolzf- f X os 'X gigim xy X' at V'-N Q: , 4. 0 'ri ' Y . fr XQZUMIN i c +V! Y 'W Q l E. Q iles! Pi , X 1 f X ty ,X W' ' f V, aff' .t.Qf.XJi If gr! MILDRED M. HORN Sl. Charles' Bofromeo 7 Marlou Street College Entrance uirtizfitier: Sodality, Perosian Choir, Mantuan Club, Bellarmine Club, Der Deutsche Verein. Peonies and Peter Panism . . . fragility belied by activity . . . a personality tipped with mirth . . . a queen in every circle. DOROTHY F. HOSENFELD Sr. Boniface 43 Washburn Park College Entrance ufctizfitief: Sodality, Der Deutsche Verein, Bellarmine Club. Calla lilies and candles . . . daintiness and dignity . . smiles and serenity . . . "riddles and jeveries" . . "gather ye rosebudsf' X , x fl 'I' .. if I 1,1 JEAN HU , j f f, ' Ui sf. Bwfifm 1501 So Aienij lgiifkr '- . it Academic f' 4 . vIp551ie.r.- SodHity,i:Grgfg'tfrQn,?.Chodr, Bellarminfyrfjub, ,Nieuwland Science. 1 If f - 4 I f. Edelweissxahid Empjceligowins .'. . "yQL1-chrit-.changxisome people" . . . f'the sunned utranquijjiyiof vefdant lawnsim 3 f, ' v i V u N - GERALDINE IUPPAI Sacred Heart 7 Pipgee Avenue ' College Entrance ctivitier: Sodzgity, Izeferyde, Franeais, Thucydians, Bellarmine Club. Allysium andxamethyst . . J. Hslf ,shapes her speech all silver fine" . . . in- doors, outdoors, uptovni, downtown, Sagamore Roof-Garden, K. of C. Ball- room, everywhere-the same Gerry. 4 MARIE A. KALMBACHER Holy Redewzzer' 481 Wilkins Street Commercial u1cfi11ilieJ.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Queen's Herald StaE, COEC Club. Meadow buttercups and merriment . . . honey and spice . . speedily wise . . . wings of the morning . . . strong purpose. MARJORY KEENAN St. Nlanicahr 45 Trafalgar Street ' College Entrance uictivifier: Sodality, Lanthorn Staff, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Frangais. V White violet and winning grace ,I . . "hello, opportunity!" . . . swift, silver- tipped wings . . . "I can not rid myself of dreams today." BARBARA E. KELLEY SI. Agfmr lmlillzte 876 East Main Street College Entrance uIrzivi1ie.r.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Frangais, Senior Play. Garden daisy and gentility . . . a little soldier with a golden helmet . . "I'm content" . . . mosaics and miniatures . . . mathematics for millions. ELIZABETH KELLIHER St. NIonim'.f 134 Winbourne Road Commercial eflctivifierf Sodality, Queen's Herald Staff, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Lady's slipper and laughter . . . a lovely maiden at her casement green . . glistening dewdrops . . . song of the sapphire sea. MARY JANE KERBER Sf. Az4g1uIine'J 405 West Avenue Commercial ef1rti11ilieJ.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Candleberry and castles . . . practicality and poise . . . dancing elves . gently smiles at a moving world. ORALEE KINCHLER Sl. Tlfonnzr 83 Hermitage Road Commercial cficzivilierf Sodality, Perosian Choir, Orchestra, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club, Lanthorn Staff. Spiraea and starlight . . . castle of joy . . . garner of hopes . . . splendor of an epic soul . . . greater progress yet to be . . . wondrous thoughts. f' x . 5 NQMIAN f , by I V1:'L'Zi"W f X W5 Q60 J X luv f L X 4 , ss f' To pf S , hav f +7 A 1 'fi fb' sf im 1 l ir 1 1' fi if X 3 f ct, iw BERNARDINE KIRBY Holy Aporrler 126 Burrows Street Academic eArIi1'i1ier: Sodality, Le Cercle Frangais, Bellarmine Club. Lady's smock and lilac lawn . . . looking backward and forward . . . patience of a high degree . . . willingess to serve . . . steady vision. ELEANOR KOLANSKI Sl. Tbomar Stop 20, Cole Road Commercial U4c1i1'i1ier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Library page, CDEC Club. Silver pennies and solitude . . . old English printing . . . ability veiled by serenity . . . gladsome roundelay. RUTH KUCHMAN 1131 joseph Avenue Our Lady of Perpetual Help Commercial rAffi1filie.r.' Sodality, Lanthorn Stall, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Apple blossoms and alabaster . . . a medley of capabilities . . . subtle charm . . . adjustment and values . . confidence that knows no weakening. MARY C. KUNZ 625 Maple Street College Entrance Holy Family tAffivitie.r.' Sodality, Custodian of Flag, Der Deutsche Verein, Orchestra, Bellarmine Club. Gypsophelia and genius . . . "the grace of God is in courtesy" . . . lady without pretense . . . song of the thrush . . . a sunshine heart. LORETTA 1. KUPPINGER St. john Evangelirl 2099 Ridge Road West, Greece Academic qflrlirillerx Sodality, Perosian Choir, Thucydians, Bellarmine Club. Crocus and candlelight . . . "you smile . . . the Canterbury bells are playing little tunes" . . . "Will you buy me a copy of 'Mint by Night'?" JANE LARAGY Sf. Cbarlor Borromeo 16 Wheeldon Drive College Entrance U4z'1ir'itirar.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science. Sweet fern and solemn secrets . . . crystal-ringing brooks . . . old dreams, old roses, old friends I shall remember. MARJORIE LAWLER St. Margaret Mary'r 451 Cooper Road College Entrance rJ4L'll1'iflE.f.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Frangais. Cosmos and confidence . . . floating rays of sunshine . . . resistless charm of sincerity . . . tides on a crescent sea-beach . . . "when she laughs, her eyes laugh." MARIE LEINBERGER Holy Redeemer 429 Bernard Street Commercial U-1rfi1'i1ie.r: Sodality, Perosian Choir, Dramusical, Bellarmine Club, Queen's Herald Start. Daisies and dewdrops . . . soft voice in twilight gardens . . . an Easter canticle . . . "I must go on still speeding, my height to find." HELEN LEVIS Sz. Bridgefr 29 Evergreen Street Academic :.Arti1fitier: Sodality, Gregorian Choir, Bellarmine Club. Larkspur and lavaliers . . . "a hint of mischief, a hint of life" . . . "serene I fold my hands and wait" . . . the safekept memory of lovely things. ALLENA A. LIPPA Immafulole Conception 185 Bronson Avenue Commercial u1rfi1xilie,r.' Sodality, Editor Queen's Herald, Perosian Choir, COEC Club. Trumpet flowers and triumphs , . . everlasting sparkle . . . things always to do, places always to go . . . capable committee woman. we S . 2 12+ gill 5 fs: NX ' C f 5 ,ggi AS fo Q5 W Q94 Y 1 li rfxfli R. 'fed-..,i 5 7 lil? 657 'V 490' MILDRED LIST Sr. Tlaomar 111 Pine Grove Avenue Commercial uIrliz'i1ieJ.' Sodality, Queen's Herald Staff, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Marguerites and music . . . advancement of learning . . , sunshine on snow . . . preview of achievement . . . in praise of culture. MARY LOUIS Our Lady uf Victory 52 Wahl Road College Entrance exlfliffilier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Thucydians, Le Cercle Franqais, Lan- thorn Staff. Mountain ash and memories . . . blue steeples of larkspur . . . measured pre- cision . . . tales of a traveler. RUTH LUCAS Our Lady of Good Calmrel 181 Winbourne Road Commercial U41'li1'ilie.i,- Sodality, Lanthorn Staff, Badminton Club, Bellarmine Club. Tea roses and tulle . . , new floods of visions opening suddenly . . . weaving lovely dreams of song . . . great-souled strivings. MARJORIE LYNCH Sacred Heafl 67 Owen Street Commercial eArti1zilieJ.' Sodality, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club, Lanthorn Staff, Bad- minton Club. Trillium and topaz . . . blue eyes and bookkeeping . . . humoresque in the modern manner . . , radiant, rosy. ALICE C, MACPHERSON Dirtrirl 14, Cfeeru 1015 Island Cottage Road Commercial v4rli12itie,r: Sodality, COEC Club. Fox glove and linger waves . . . morning roses newly washed in dew . ,v precision in pleats . . . nsistently kind. DO 'KES-'MAG -J Sacred Heart lf!-515 Serggd' Parkwvayfifj Academic 5 , I Q I ,, ,gvirtiqitiel .5'Sosidl1ilAy, Bellxttnine Club. !Lady'g sliipedyangi . . . angel's mirth . . . mischief without malice .i. . wa very tfzdwns are fairer far than smiles of other maidens are." lf' ,IUSTINE MANGAN Nazareth Grammar 623 Plymouth Avenue South College Entrance cArzi1fi1ie,r: Sodality, Lanthorn Staff, Queen's Herald Staff, Bellarmine Club. Snapdragon and Stardust . . . largeness of view, richness of thought . , . "who never defers and never demandsg but smilingly takes the world in her hands," MARY ALICE MANNING Sacred Hear! 15 Primrose Street College Entrance eAi'Ii1'iIiif.:,' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Frangzais, Nieuwland Science. Iris and ivory , . , sense and sensibility . , . blessings on routine . , . tall, serene, patrician Alice . . . promises of beauteous years to come. AILEEN M. MAPOTHER Surfed Heart 350 Knickerbocker Avenue Commercial fjlrzii-i1ie.i.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club, Thucydians. Maiden pink and mirth . . . inspirational dynamo . . . carefree as a butterfly . . . recipe for humor . . . foremost in fun. DORA F. MATTIUCCI Holy Family 82 Lisbon Street College Entrance 4Jlfriz'ifie.i: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Franqais, Thucydians. Goldenrod and gladness . . . queen's taste . . . twenty rules for travelers . . . tune transmitter . . . gifts in modern moods. f 436i efiriiilyilbc 1 X xxx ,, . it a as fe fic. t Am? Ii Vi if? Tir 1, We ffl'-VM59.l3x fe i K Qsqf EMM Nflsffr ""iV,' X X H ,Aff , 'e DOROTHY V. MAURER Sz. Tlsomar 315 Sagamore Drive College Entrance u1L'li1fitieJ: Sodality, Le Cercle Frangais, Nieuwland Science, Fashion Show, Lanthorn Staff. Amaryllis and acquiescence . . . statuesque simplicity , . . once more a vision . . . cadenced and perfect , . . "this heart it hath welcome and room for ye all. KATHERINE E. MAYER Om' Lady nl Perpeznal Help 289 Hollenbeck Street College Entrance ulr1i1filie.r.' Sodality, Le Cercle Frangais, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science, Lanthorn Stafi. Star of Bethlehem and serenity , . . diary of domesticity . . . high secrets, desire illimitable . . . budding groves and blossomy lanes. ALICE MCCARTHY Holy Rotary 592 Driving Park Avenue Academic virliviziexf Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Gregorian Choir. Honeysuckle and homespun . . . "starlight, star bright" . . . ecstasy and won- der . . . matches and blends her words with curious artistry . . . mavourneen. HANORA MCCARTHY Holy Apoytley 46 Burrows Street Academic U4i'ti11ilieJ.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Frangais. Mountain daisy and memories . , . patient, persevering, pleasant . . . "it's so much fun to listen" . . . genius of appreciation. CATHERINE A. MCGRATH St. Salomehv 78 Franklin Street Commercial Sea Breeze, N. Y. V4rliviiieJ: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club, Perosian Choir, Dramusical, Anemones and artistry . . . quizzical quotations . . . wisely resourceful . . rainbow beams . . . sunset glow. RUTH E. MCNAMARA Immaculate Cofzreplion 219 Tremont Street Commercial U4rzi1filie,r: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Calliopsis and cavaliers . . . galaxy of graceful whirls . . . warm, quick sparkle . . . dash and daintiness. MARGARET A. MELLEN Immaculate Coureption 8 Flora Street , Academic cAc1i1fiiieJ.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Thucydians, Le Cercle Frangais. Golden-banded lilies and gaiety . . . "go0d-bye, worry" . . . enjoyment of laughter . . . vim, vigor, vitality . . . "delightful measures, promised pleasures." SALLY M. MESSNER St. Monica!! 458 Brooks Avenue College Entrance cArti1zitie.f: Sodality, Perosian Choir, Mantuan Club, Bellarmine Club. Freesia and fascination . . . perpetual benediction . . . Maytime and the cheerful dawn . . . lady of delight, circumspect and right. RITA A. MEYER St. Andreufr 236 Lux Street Commercial cArti1ziiier.' Sodality, Lanthorn Staff, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Daffodils and cfm ds . . . molten gold and harnessed fire . . . essence of efficiency . . . mi bly hooled in every has I J. ,B f ANNE . MI ER , sl i' Nazareth Grammar 17 Lzyegder R d , 'J Q J' ,f 'I College Entrance a ui ivitier: odal y, Perm Choir, Bgllarrhine Qlub, Le Cercle Franeais. ,J 4 5 . ., ove-inf mist nd l s . . quizjprogram .gi . "this way, please . "fanc hat s High, in Aelightfuf scenes and alluring thoughts." X .J V' ,--4 f -, X ,I f LNQLLMV4, .X asia i f' et KO 'Q A I qi.-fl ...Q 5: 1 X 4 at if N vi 'WA iffy' f Q!! Xifsfirsgcfff ei? MARY E. MINARD Surfed Hwff 325 Knickerbocker Avenue Commercial V-1r1i1'ifie.r.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Canna lily and carnelian . . . precise, concise, nice . . . exceeding peace . . "the little Imp of Laughter laughs in the soul of me," CONCETTA M. MI'l'RANO Sl. A7Ifl707Ij'l.n 35 Saratoga Avenue Academic ufrtirifiur: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Frangais. Penny royal and peace . . , captain of her soul . . . quiet and lovely as a garden in moonlight . . . one day at a time . . . rapt contemplation. MARGARET M. MORRISSEY Sl. Tlaonnzf Pine Grove Avenue Commercial efIrli1'itiu.f: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Poppies and pensiveness . . . fragile as stemmed glass . . . unobtrusive as the tone of good conversation . . . endurance. MARION E. MORTON Eaff Bloomfield High East Bloomfield, N. Y. College Entrance ef1rti1'irie.fx Le Cercle Frangais, Nieuwland Science, Badminton Club, Bellar- mine Club. Damask rose and Dresden china . . . eternal youth . . . great and sturdy ways . . . "the broad gold wake of the afternoon . . . Bless her heart! MARJORIE NAYLOR St. Banifurw 271 Mulberry Street College Entrance LAL'li1"i1il1.f,' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Der Deutsche Verein, Gregorian Choir. Geraniums and graciousness . . . poetic philosophy . . . outstanding thorough- ness . . . "prettiest tricks of words and words and words." EILEEN M. NEARY SI. Aug14.rzi1ze'.r 115 Post Avenue Commercial V4ctiz'ilie.r.' Sodality, COEC Club. Rock rose and rhythm . . . hay rides, corn roasts, fun 'neath a harvest moon . . . volcanic generosity . . . language framed in laughter. SYLVIA M. NOLL Holy Redeemer 994 Clifford Avenue . Commercial uifliz-ilie.r.' Sodality, Perosian Choir, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club, Queen's Herald Staff. Smilax and splendor . . . balance wheel of progress . . , mystery and music of words . . . sudden mirth. CATHERINE E. OBERLIES Sf, Bwzifafe 18 Weider Street Academic eArli1'i1ii'r.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwlancl Science, Perosian Choir. Gardenias and grace . . . verity, mercy, bounty . . . glory-garland round her soul . . . Chapels of cedarn fragrance . . . "ride, ride together, forever ride." EILEEN O'BRll2N St. jfzmer, Buffalo 655 Wellingttmn Avenue Academic :A'r'Ii1'ilie.r.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Thucydians. Hyacinths and hope . . . museum of question marks . . . converse proposi- tions . . . crusader in visionary projects . . . gaily loyal HELEN O'BRIEN 339 Raines Park College Entrance Sacred Heart :JIi'riz'ilEe.f: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Franeais. Lilacs and luster . . , sparkling gay nonchalance . . . a merry heart and true . . . the tints that glow and tell of days in goodness spent. fridge.. . i , -X .s uy,:.',.1 . Ji i .X i fflv 545. ,mf Y Wemi if'sims7Q 'sry jx asf 35 C fog HG. MI l 0: X HEVM- lp 1, Q' 4 0 i, X195-T ---"C-pf ' as sJ,.w c gxgn v f it J KATHLEEN M. O'BRIEN 52 Ross Street Sacred Henri College Entrance cArli1fitieJ: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Franqais, Salutatorian, 1959. Canterbury bells and chanel . . . lovely fragile hopes . . . delicately fashioned melodies that charm the hearts of men . . . intellectual accomplishments. MARGARET O'BRIEN 490 Seward Street . St. Monica'J College Entrance tfirzivitiers Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science, Le Cercle Franeais. Austrian rose and autumn leaves , . . song of the robin after the rain . . . interpreter of all riddles, surmounter of all difficulties, remover of all obstacles. HELEN O'CONNOR 276 Barton Street St. Monirdr Academic efIcziz'ilie.v: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Gregorian Choir, Le Cercle Franqais. First snowdrops and fairy songs . . . rainbows over roof-tops . . . seraphic gleam . . . tiny crystal notes of cheeriness. MARY M. O'NEILL S9 West High Terrace St, Moni:a'.r Academic Arli1'i1ie.i'.' Sodality, Perosian Choir, Dramusical, Bellarmine Club. Dewberry and dimity . . . starry sparkle . . . mystery and magnificence . . loveliest lanes of thought. i MAR ARET O'REILLY V' oran Street . 1, Immaculate Conception Academic ifJIctirilL,.r.i Sodality, Lanthorn Staff, Perosian Choir, Le Cercle Frangais. in Sliiiiiodlgs abd' sandalwood . . . the charm of fine manners . . . choice word riqsurecll plqase . . . "A poor life this if full of care, we have no time J 1 4 to stand fin stare." , , 4 j ygLli'liri1iw.' Sodality, Le Cercle Franeais. .si ALVBRA PAPPANI l9Q Chestnut Hill Drive lmmortelles and ingenuity . . . we never thought of that . . , cventide . . . carols and candle Hamas . . "where thought speech is truth . " JENNIE J. PETIX 39 Bismark Terrace cActi1zilier: Sodality, COEC Club. Tulips and twilight Sf. IGJFPIJAJ Academic angelus and is speech and St. Michael! Commercial Bellarmine Club, Queen's Herald Staff, Lanthorn Staff, . . . progressive progress . . . concise cooperation . . spirit of the deepening night . . . cheery, happy, glad just to be Jennie. EVELYN K. PIERCE 19 Gothic Street eAc2i1fizier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Holy Redeemer Commercial Sunlight and sapphires . . . dainty curls . . . impish dimples . . . so quaint, so shy . . . so vivid, so sane . . . so very much a part of every wqrthwhile thing. MARJORIE PIERCE 19 Gothic Street e!1c!i1'i1ier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Dahlias and delicacy , . . debonair manner of the courteous old aura of contentment . . . quintessence of gracious constancy. BETTY ANN PLASS 264 Magnolia Street u4cti11i1ier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Roses and repartee . . . Nazareth on its toes . . time ever . . . hockey, skiing, and tobogganing. "Ei56i9'- Holy Redeemer Commercial world . . Sl. Augurtineu Commercial yellow clover . . . best F-fn, Z- --gg AG M05 X' ' - EQCN 'I , .gg QQ-,X io. X,.e.fif,4 gi lil ,.fia:'M.1'ifK'1 fxf ' nhl 29' l1S?i5ff19fZ7 Ric? MARY POZZANGHERA St. joreplfi 358 St. Paul Street College Entrance uiriirifiei: Soclality, Bellarmine Club, Mantuan Club, Le Cercle Franeais. Tuberose and tranquillity . . . seasoned knowledge . . . wisely silent . . . "whoever makes a thing more bright, he is an angel of all light" . . . sweet mirth that leaves no scar. CLETA E. QUIGLEY Si. 10lJn'J. Spencerporl 1947 Manitou Road, Spencerport, N. Y. Academic rAcli1fitier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Dramusical, Perosian Choir, Senior Play. Pear blossoms and paisley shawls , , , thought provoking terseness . . . love me, love my car . . . skipper of the sky lines . . . playful urbanity. GERTRUDE RADTKE Holy Redeemer 71 Oneida Street Academic v1f1ivilie.r: Sodality, Der Deutsche Verein. Rambling roses and rainbows . . . striking the stars . . . the riches of con- tentment . . . "much wisdom often goes with fewest words." ELIZABETH REGAN Nazareth Grammar 501 Driving Park Avenue College Entrance uicliviliexs Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Perosian Choir, Der Deutsche Verein. Scottish pines and smiling service . . . blue mountains laurelecl with silver snow . . . dawn in springtime . . . frankly fearless . . , stalwart steadiness, ELIZABETH M. RIGNEY Sf. Monimh 60 Monica Street Academic cAcliviiier.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Orchestra. Heather bell and harmonious perfection . . . gay, glad greetings . . . bright days, golden instants . . . days of endeavour have been so good. I MARY A. RIGNEY Ifnmaculale Conrepzian 100 Flint Street College Entrance cActi1fitie.f: Sodality, Prefect, 1939, Mantuan Club, Le Cercle Erangais, Nieuw- land Science. Meadowsweet and mid-Victorian modernism . . . grew in greatness year by luminous year . . . could write well about a broomstick. MARY RITZ Our Lady of Victory 181 Arrow Drive Academic cArii11iiie.v.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Orchestra, Gregorian Choir. Forget-me-nots and formals . . . lilaomist under a first-quarter moon . My magic of silent sparks of fireflies . . . swimmer supreme. Q' INGEBORG ROCKTASCHEL Immauzlale Conception 142 Avis Street College Entrance Viclirfilier: Bellarmine Club, Dramusical, Der Deutsche Verein, Nieuwlancl Science, Perosian Choir. Butterfly bloom and birthday candles . . . cooperation in crucial moments . . enchanting as a cookie jar . . . unhamperecl reader. DOROTHY RUCKERT Cm-jwr Chfiili 810 University Avenue Academic rArti1'ilieJ'.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Franeais. Palms, pearls and portraits . . . elusive like an elf . . CATHERINE E. RYAN 386 Clay Avenue vlrtiviliel: Sodality. Rhodoclendrons and rubies came and had not long to here's luck! r f 1' LUMlXc We . lg! , ,ix ON , ..i x , . i 1 - 'V ei . ,it 'il V we 5, X 171, fx , glcfpff 'sf ce. . ,-, 'off XQi?57'H Acglhgiif sk R gf, , . . opal clouds . . . gleaming stars of cventide "I see afar" . . , peace at heart. Sacred' Henri Academic . . . graduation bewilderment . . . "rarely she stay" . . . you to the left, and I t o the right- fil 37 iii' . . MARY INEZ RYAN Immaculate Conception 46 Hubbel Park Cgmmefcial vlrtiifilier: Sodality, Lanthorri Staff, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Magnolias and Maytime . . . cooper kettles and early American maple . heights of artistic achievement . . . nicely natural and naturally nice . . sapphires set in snow. MARY SAV Np- 'Wa irfylu Our Lady of Mount Carmel 2 Lewi et ,,'n, -I 'J my , Academic ff,lc1'?51'f aliwrosianwi, jarmine Club, Dramusical. Wa i calM T ai historical research . . . radiant sun ,rl hat 'not lnor i .r1 erable arguments. AGNES SCH are Holy Apmzer 315 erma tr Academic wir f' ' .' Sodalit armine Cl er Deutsche Verein. Mint Wodesty . . ' a hermit . . . Iirelight, candlelight, and the peace 0 evening . . . of using every ability to the best advantage. LUCILLE M. SCI-IIAVO Sarrea' Hear! 195 Pullman Avenue Academic cAf1i1'i1ier: Sodality, Queen's Herald Staff, Perosian Choir, Nieuwland Science. Gardenias and grace . . . velvet bows . . . unclaunted determination . . . take a chance, won't you? . . . laughter in a white cap. JEAN MARIE SCHLEYER Our Lady of Good Cormrel 181 Winbourne Road College Entrance tAcIi1fifie.r: Sodality, Lanthorn Staff, Bellarmine Club, Mantuan Club, Le Cercle Franeais. Red camellias and radiant constancy . . . peace of aromatic pines . . . steel- true and blade-straight . . . heart-whole and soul free. JEANNE E. SCHNURR Blerred Sacrament 50 Oakland Street Commercial fJl'fi1'ifi?.f.' Sodality, Queen's Herald Staff, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Everlastings and ermine . . . Wizardry of words . . . human side of the news . . . radiating focus of goodwill . . . twilight and tranquillity. MARION R. SCHWARTZMEIER Nazarezl: Grammar 507 McNaughton Street Commercial ex1cti1fi1ie.r.' Sodality, COEC Club. Buttercups and brocade . . . mild of mien and sweetly grave . . . dainty ges- tures . . . "for the spirit born to bless, lives but in its own excess." HENRIETTA M. SEIBERT St. jabn'r, Greere 956 North Greece Road Commercial Spencerport, N. Y. U4r!i1'ilier.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Flowering almonds and folk tunes . . . whispers at sunset, low hum of bees . . . inner weavin do I wear, ll shwied of delight! CAT S i r, St. Laair, Mirrouri 510 e arw err , Academic clit' i .' da y. Myr an ural . , " w' no 0 , no more I crave" . . . delicacy and ti ' ti fiai high. CLARA L. SI-IAUGHNESSY Sacred Heart 839 Flower City Park Commercial :Jlcti1'ifie.r: Sodality, Orchestra, Bellarmine Club, Thucydians. Evening primrose and elegance . . . maker of sweet harmony . . . sense and nonsense happily combined . . . majesty and prepossession. E xU-UMIN f"Q.,.x X. , if for X-A-.f lm il tl I ' A555551 ' kfiilfifif Ssf3fg.,,g,,Qy l , , J AMELIA SIBILIO Sl. Peter and Pull! 23 Eddy Street College Entrance V-1:tiz'itie.f.' Sodality, Perosian Choir, Le Cercle Francais, Bellarmine Club. Orchards and orioles . . . memory, myriad lovely blossoms may enclose . . . to be or not to be a nurse . . . "there is ever a song somewhere, my dearf JEAN SKELLY St. Morzirak 68 Ellicott Street Commercial cArti1zizie.r.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club, Class Secretary, 1939. Indian currant and ivory candles . . . April, April laugh thy girlish laughter . . . high thoughts and noble endeavor . . . on light feet she trips away, mischievously gay. MARJORIE A. SLOWE St. Pati'irk'.r 292 Lake Avenue College Entrance Ufrtiritier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science, Le Cercle Franqais. Morning glories and music . . . wise, 211-seeing soul counselling peace . . . clear conscious view of her own opinions and judgments . . , old manuscripts . . . rare paintings. A JUNE SMITH Nazareth Gmmmur' 407 Lake View Park College Entrance c!lc!i1'iIie.r.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Gregorian Choir. Cherry blossoms and coral . . . rougish smile . . . pep plus personality . . chum without a parallel . . . granite strength of accomplishment, SHIRLEY R. SMITH lmmavulfzle Conreplifnr 92 Columbia Avenue Commercial vfctivizierx Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Thucydians, COEC Club. Fuschia and fragrance . . . spontaneous comedy . . . mistress of informal etiquette . . . gleaming gates of goldenrod. MARGARET L. SNIDER St. Boniface 280 East Henrietta Road Academic eActi12itieJ.' Sodality, Nieuwland Science, Orchestra, Bellarmine Club. Red radiance and restrained revelry . . . legacy of laughter . . . will wonders never cease? . , . Pied Piper on a French horn. CATHERINE M. STATT Our Lady of Perpetual Help 49 Navarre Road College Entrance ufctivitierf Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Gregorian Choir, Le Cercle Francais, Senior Play. Tea roses and tambourines , . . ready for the difficult, eager for the delightful . . . that elusive something . . . great-hearted ANN STEI-ILE Sl. Tbarrmx 73 Chelsea Road Academic cArtivizieJ: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science. Laurel-leaved magnolias and laughing memories . . . a yen for every sport . . . anecdotes and anagrams . . . come, climb with me! MARGARET STONE' Holy Rami-y 72 Linnet Street College Entrance ufczivilier: Sodality, Le Cercle Francais Bellarmine Club. Sweet briar and symphonies . . . crystalline serenity . . . forethought and fortitude . . . "I make delays for what avails this eager pace" . . . courtesy counsels. ANNA J. STUCZKO Holy Redeemer' 1096 Avenue D Commercial cflrlivitierf Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Columbine and Castilian Castles . , . self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-con- trol . . . bittersweet in a blue vase . . . rectitude and patience of the cliff. T,- ' x fs, ix.Llb1,l1,,4O XL " S x 'iii 39 B+ f l . ,A . v XqXXviiVigij 0314. Af. rfegi .1 FRANCES SULLIVAN Holy Aporller 62 Delmar Street Academic uIc1i1'itie.r: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Frangais. Monkshood and magic . . . humor that is a continental bubble of ioy . . . adventures with travelling yesterdays . . . gentle lady pictured in porcelain. PHYLLIS SULLIVAN Holy Rarary 462 Lake Avenue Commercial cAr1i1'ilief.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club, Gregorian Choir. Coral honeysuckle and Christmas canticles . . . my craving soul has ever on- ward led . . . "how dreary to be someone" . . . wanted-booklists. JUNE C. TAGLIN Nazarelb Grammar' 447 Murray Street Commercial U-1rli11izier.' Sodality, Lanthorn Staff, Thucydians, Bellarmine Club, Perosian Choir. jonquils and journeys . . , service with a smile , . . methodical efhciency . . chauffeur- for one hundred seventy-eight people. MARION TEDDY Si. Manicdr 199 Roslyn Street College Entrance tActi11ilie.r.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Mantuan Club, Le Cercle Francais. Ragged robin and ruffles . . . portrait of a lady . , . all the womanly graces . . . incarnation of optimism , , . phantom of delight. EILEEN TIERNAN Holy CMU 3888 Lake Avenue College Entrance eActi1filie.r: Sodality, Perosian Choir, Gregorian Choir, Le Cercle Franeais. Candy tuft and charm . . . a friend to have and to hold . . . ballade by hrelight and candlelight . . . give me more dreams, more songs, more hours for labor. JOAN L. TORPEY Holy Romry 179 Lexington Avenue Academic uiclivitier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Perosian Choir, Le Cercle Franqais, Senior Play. Orchids and oriental rugs . . . a smiling sermon . . . calmly capable . . always the golden mean . . . painstaking felicity. LOIS TRABOLD Sl. Theodore 797 Elmgrove Road, Coldwater, N. Y. Academic tflcfivitiers Sodality, Bellarmine Club. Cineraria and Canton crepe . . . according to custom . . . all the bright cour- age ot the early crocus . . . faith and hope and constancy . . . winsome, bright smiles for all, FRANCES TREPPIEDI Our Lady of Perpetual Help 1357 Clinton Avenue North AC2ClCII1iC cAczi1fitier.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Christmas pageant. Poppies and precious discovery . . . surrealism in disguise . . notes on the light fantastic . . . I keep on wondering, wondering CATHERINE TROTT St. Miclmel'.r 20 Princeton Street Academic cflrtivizier: Sodality, Der Deutsche Verein, Nieuwland Science, Bellarmine Club. Sweet sedgc and sheer perfection . . . before and after studying , . . quiet, pleasing tones . . . the best of everything. JW" N 1 g V -ff-.Vx ff XQXLPU MIR 7 . ' ,fc -,Sf 40 El' XXX K9 1 flo I ff' l xiii eel lf' , to ,llf X ga "" 1, F1595 TH ACEQQW c ,V jA,f :Z SELMA VAY Holy Family 26 O'Neil Street Commercial :Jiclfz'ifie.r.' Sodality, COEC Club, Bellarmine Club. Mistletoe and minuet . . . ambition on a May morning . . , quality preferred . . . small of stature, mighty in aim . . . remember the happy hours together. AUDREY VOGT SI. Mirlmvlh 959 St. Paul Street College Entrance cflrlivizier' Sodality, Editor-in-chief Lanthorn, Bellarmine Club, Mantuan Club, Der Deutsche Verein. Cedar and chintz . . . enlarging horizons . . . irrepressible . . . stout heart, stout soul . . . wisdom . . . perpetual benediction. JOAN VOGT Xl. Margaret Illm'y'4 '5191 St. Paul Boulevard College Entrance v4i'li1'ilieJ: Soclality, Bellarmine Club, Le Cercle Frangais. Bluebells and beaux . . . castles and kings and other things . . . golden nut- megs, silver pears . . . graceful gaiety . . . character A la carte, :' 5 if , V 1 ' MARGARET VOLPEi 'Qi E V ,Nmfgfb gmg,,n,i 1343 Dewey Avenue I lr , ' College-'En ance . 6 I. LAr1i1fjvier: Sodality, Beqllarmine iClub,lI.e Cercle Francais, Chlriisitmas pageant. . ' l , ' . 5' 1 ' A X' Coriander End constangyi. , ,great impersonationsi. . . acme of poise . . . gentle rohlanticist 'delicacy of ipalception, strength of mind , , N ' .4 A ' JOY I Immafulale Canceplion 7K7 ,Manhattan Str? 7' Q . Academic 4, .1...u 5 '1 l' V4cli1zilie,r,'4Spdality, Jrllinjne Club, iilfgercle Franeais, Nieuwland Science. ' n .f ' , Water 'lilies aryl-Qliiigomene cf'-L ,tgemage tqcl ique . . . challenge to cham- pions . .e . iidleas dill tlvzsbia c . f JOAN WEISINIILLER Our Lady nj' Pwpellfal Help 47 Teralta Place Commercial vfcririitierx Sodality, Queen's Herald Staff, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Gladiolas and gondolas . . . a sunny mood can lengthen any day . . . toggery trouble . . . sunny spaces . . . open fireplaces . . . wood violets. FRANCES A. WITTMAN Holy Choir 942 Town Line Road, Coldwater, N. Y. College Entrance 1Ac1ir'itieJ.' Sodality, Bellarmine Club, Nieuwland Science, Le Cercle Franeais. Wild cherry and Whimsy . . . sphere of activity . . . cool winds blowing steadily . . . many services rendered . . . ambitions. RUTHMARIE ZIELINSKI 26 Pulaski Street u11'ti1'ilier.' Sodality, COEC Club, Bellarmine Club. Delphiniums and dreams . . . comedy and more comedy . . colored tiles . . . conscientious non-conformity. MARY ZIMARINO 215 Ravine Avenue cAcliz'iiier: Sodality, Bellarmine Club, COEC Club. Snowdrops and silence . . swift little swallow . . . ,-f f X-it , ff u 'fc W . io i Sf fe- X0 ' if? in 660' i l .Q , . . P in J' i X rv. kgs 'tfruifk A XN fliers' ceq! Neil tiff . formula for contentment holidays and hobbyhorses. Holy Redewlzeff' Commercial . delft ware and Holy Romry Commercial shy little squirrel, -224 41 1-3+ SISTER ANNUNCIATA SISTER HILDA SISTER MIRIAM SISTER MARIE AIMEE SISTER ROSE EILl?liN SISTER ROSEMARY Room Room Room Room Room Room 208 206 308 209 207 307 if 42 ite Junior Home Room Teachers f 'fl XLLUMIN 55? i V-Qvexg ,3 YOX CQEQQEN IQIEHJV ' isSS,fIwSfffg,cfvif 9 H f Hrifwi-Q QV xi? "HH Angel hu Religion, French Religion, English, ,Lating Adviser, Cath- olic Literature Committee of the So- dality Religion, Ancient and Modern Historyg Adviser, Thucydian Club Religion, Latin, Intermediate Algebra, Adviser, Mantuan Club Religion, English, History Religion, English, Shorthand, Adviser. "Queen's Herald" staff T11 lllll I l Rl een my kee A J rjjfrqaf-jj'?,,L LX 4 ,I f ' A R L: s W! MIA, , X Junior Class Prdlfecis AGNES RIONYIHAN Room 208 RUTH RAUBER Room 206 ARLINIS VAY Room 308 ADELE CARMAN Room 209 PATRICIA GOODWIN Room 208 GERTRUDE CORNELIUS Room 307 THIS Junior Class numbers one hundred ninety-six students, in charge of six teachers for homeroom pur- poses. All elective subjects are held in other class- roomsg but the honor of the class reverts to the school spirit of the individual room. 9:44am Xb Vlylf lf llfiilfyf lo 'I I 'Nix Y' al ' 'Y yy M' 1 -J CARMEL ALAIMO GERALDINE ALBRECHT DOROTHY ANDREANO ,IOSEPHINE ANDREANO .f,u"" J FRANCES ANSINE . HJ' S I UNE BATES MADELINE BAUMA MARY BEL , r HELEN ASELIN 4 I-fda' MARGUERITE AULENBACHER KATHLEEN BAILEY N LANCA BETTY ANN BERKES MURIEL BIECK ' MARY FRANCES BLIND JEAN BOEHMER PAULINE BOERSCHLEIN f Qt- f- XLu1Mf,f if 'R" I V ' It f-QIVJQQN Aff M ff L C575 -ew1,ffgc!afLsf FD: x ' 0 I ' X C ff 1 . LX L N.-V,,q,,f We Tbfjf K EQ11fQe5-ff I 1 I 4' 'S PAU LINE BORGET DORIS BRAY ELIZABETH BURKARD ANGELINE E. CANFARATTA PHILOMENA A. CANZANO .3 ADELE CARMAN if 2 EILEEN C. CARROLL I ,A 1 ,gd A' JOAN CASE ., V -,A ,' L IS CLAR'-W . "N, 'JJ fjfjf . JUNE CLARK K, 1 l. C 'J - All AVRIL COCHRANE I.,-P Xf!p,42',L N LENA COLLETTA A f - f , ,iv MM uf. X Q 43449 . 1 ' f f X . , 1 I f V J f 's N , , .P r ., ' X X 'P' X I W MARY JANE COLLINS BETTY COMPTON FLORENCE COOK EILEEN CORNELIA X 1 ,MMD pw 'J' .. Q -if guy, ' XD GER1jUDE ES 0 f E GERALDINE COX W BERTHA CURTIS '--' MARIAN H. DANGLER ls ANN DE RITIS ji if , AUDREY DE SMITH ff, MARION DIETRICH THERESA DI GRAzIo MARY CATHERINE DOHERTY KATHLEEN DOLAN ELIZABETH DOOLEY MILDRED DOXTATER JEAN DRAscI-I H43- DORIS A, DUNLEA ELIZABETH A. EMMERICH - Y AUDREY ENO E ,JI A f Q' LEU Ml lx f'5?'?X AQGX u lg 1, N M22 REL QQ C LQ -'.:,C, rn 1 Log LXEYQY' T, 1 I If gi-Wffffw 3 P A in I A . S4 .I ,009 ,f xy ,QQ ,. S535 A Q ' Kg, .' JANE FARRELL FLORENCE FILIPPONE ' MM! J FANNETTE FARNSWORTH MAR-IORIE FINEGAN MARIE FISCHER RITA FISCHER JL! KATHLEEN FLAHERTY A ,' ,J PEGGY FLAHERTY ,- fl , 411.-' ,-pzqqw, Y 3lo.v1:.1'Tv1-1 MARY C. FLANAGAN MARGARET FOLEY MARJORIE E. FOLEY - ALICE FQOS N516 .f 1? I I :Z 153-951, BARBARA Eoos A ' ' ETHEL FRANK I ' , MAE HELEN GAINES ' I ' MARGARET MARY GALLAGHER I Q' " A I J . VAN -'vi' 1 6345 B, if 'HJ Y ff! bl! 'PWA fi V, fri ,ff ff .V If If' "Q ,fl J' 111' uf A A J M. ,I I V YI' 'Liz' wx V V: ry WJ' ' r A. 9.3 If up ' Av - 51, ,q f H 3 x V ., , I ' 1 W. IM A ffl ' JL 1 ,I 1 W s 1 SYLVIA GARBACH BONNIE GARDNER MARGARET GEYSSENS ROSEMARY GIBBONS PATRICIA A. GOODWIN MARGARET GREISBERGER MICHELINA GRUTTADAURIA JANE A. HAERING AGNES V. HANLEY ,I-MARIE HASENAUER ROSEMARY HAYES 4541. an--sJ!'lnfQ'A5"?1v , 1 4 x , fx.:"f5Li 5' WNLD--4 DOROTHY HEII. BLANCHE HOFFMAN BETTY S. HORNUNG .JEAN A. HOUGHTON HELEN HUBBARD fix N. f' X fr- N4, . R' ,fy 6 S56 ta' fog 4 Of! r 'Q 5 Q O " 'V' I . I 4 ai V X 7, ,-L -Jff, A ' ,, , . E. GU , ' x Sig 5 'X . .RI NV' f' 1 A ll, H"r J II 31,3 -A 1 ELAINE,JABAUT , -' ' V, -'MARY ALICE K. JOHNSON I ' ,,w, I 0 SHIRLEY KARP -i" 1 MARGARET KELLETT W W ',v-4' ,Qffofu wb RITA KELLEY f ia'-LU YJ, ' .1 I' MARJORIE KLEE 'T' 'MQ' ' f A, A I X EILEEN KLOS d"f5"1-0'-1' V... 5 Q JANE KRECKEL A .41 :LJ .f ,, U . ' S VIRGINIA KRIEG ARLINE KRUSKI 3 CAROL KULZER ' i',,- Q I' , 'D , MARY LOU KULZER X ' Q I 'f ' V I ,Vp f f' ,ill , - f ' P Wir In If N I 1 '.,,-f LJORTOTHY KUNZ XVI HELEN B. LABORE wi I GLADYS LA cRossE I ' A I1 J' p. IV If X l . H 6346? MARY ANN Y ARA LEARY ,., Iv, .,,?,,,kJ,a,... -. f b .Y 1. f . bu"Y ' . , Pl , ,s I ' --r 0 , Q . I A 'Evo V F- A 3' A -'MY IM, 1-ff-'?,2:,,ff+,.f'Y,J-fn.4.4f?g,gM,,,, , A Chg R ' ' C' ' 1 , Chau L. LECHLEUNER ' ' A- ' ' THERESA LEENE fb f'-"Nc, LUCILLE A. LEIMBERGER RITA V. LENIIIAN? 1 .j IA W Aff' L fi y,fl"i.'-'I 'Nl' K AUM BARBARA LINDNER ,iff ' . - . Q - I-Ll LUCILLE LIOY 1, -f , LAURA LORIA H ' , -Q Ii' ' TEFTA'LOUISf, ,IL , . sua JANE LUSCHER JA I HELEN MACCHIA I I My . -"' ' V MARIE M HONEY by-fr' DOROTHY MARTIN 4 KATHRYN MAYER VIRGINIA MC ANDREW MARY ,JANE MC BRIDE MARION MC CARTHY J QjX L ,WQMIAQ W , co L Cgq Fy 1 XVII I 1-A ,A 'VHA Z, Ea? EMM LUCILLE A. Mc MAHON I JOAN Mc NULTY ' K MARY Mc NULTY ' ' BERNARDETTE MEAGHER JEAN MEISENZAHL ROSEMARY MEISENZAHI. KATHRYN MELICH ANNA MENSING LUCY MERCURY MARGARET A. MEYERS MARY MONNAT MARIE MOSCHCAU AGNES MOYNII-IAN RUTH MYKINS BETTY M. NOLAN BERENICE NORMAN A21 47 ER , JZ Q,-1+ Q ,pf 4- 1 N gn R N .VS ,X- '53 ,vi 1 N I S NAL 17 if fig J M xx mk- MARY AGNES OARES JANE OYBRIEN SHEILA O'BRII?N MARY ONGENAERS .ff ., ug G 'I fl I I . -' j - .1 . '- - ' ff QJHAGDALENE OTT L. ., ,. 4' THYRZA E. PACE IRENE PAOLONI2 KATHRYN V. PETROTTA ,xvdlv A. . . L STELLA POPOWICK VIANET PREDMORE THELMA A. PRINZIVALLI JEANNE K. PRITCHARD - -IEANNE QUETCHENBACH -L A RUTH RAUBER is- ROSEMARY REGER 1 my MARGARET REICHERT RUTH RITZENTHALER jg! .. W-!fgxLLUMI4Tq3g K fxgf' ,L X'ol 5 I ' X ' 'H :. J. ' 1.5-P" F" Ni. . .f' ' . 'lx ., A is ' "1'f'EQAffpfAf 7 J K, .V , I, Sy, yr X --.RETHSlQi A , ,. 'lb V' S f W sd, -. GJ Q, 6 4. JY gr' MARGARET ROGERS J' y K ,V 1, 'V , CAROL A. ROLAND , , Lv' J -y YOLANDA ROMANO Y MIX MARJORIF L, RUSSELL 'lf , , A A Ty H, . ., W I 1 , ' MARY ALICE RUSSELL if , A FSTHER RUSSER- ,V 3' , BETTY SANSOM MARY LOUISE SAMYN MARY SANTILLO HELEN M. SCHANTZ RITA SCHNEIDER DOROTHY SCHWAB GERTRUDE SEWARD ARGARET SGAMBATY -134819 MJ, DOROTHY SKELLY 4 Q S Ig' MARY SKELLY N fgnfw' .LR 51' 'A' Y ELLEN SLATTERY 'J MARY J. sLoAN ELIZABETH j. SMITH MARY SNIDER ROSE D. SOLDI ANNE MARIE STAUFFER V THERESA STEFFENHAGEN B, MARIE STEPHENS CATHERINE M. SULLIVAN - 1 JEANNE TEDDY - V b J - 7 IRIS TOLLIN I U f MARY CLAIRE TORPEY U AGNES TRABOLD JEAN TROY . , SADIE TRIPI I PATRICIA ANN UPSON ' MARY AGNES USHER EILEEN VAN DE LESTER gr! I .OX2 I ' f if ACI A YI if 5 x K IES IBN 5 A 9 QED , xXx'XJf,IL9CP4 .J ,Ya -' A . v L A, V1 M9 . ,J MARY VAN DER VEIRE M I ,J ,I ARLINE vAY NORMA B. VERNARELLE Q MARTHA E, VERROCA f ' f-T 1 I Q , I ,QR .III 4.19.6 y I R4 4-, - I, Y If . '. kj 3' P' ,X 77'-11? MARY VISNER MARGARET VOLKMAR HELENE VONGLIS OLGA WACHTER MARGARET WALSH MARIE C. WEISENBORN " DOROTHY MAE WELCH JJ "ff rf MILDRED WHITEKp.J,Jj if KR N L 4 f ,A 1' MARY K. WILKINS ANNE WILSON GERALDINE ZABLOSKY HELEN ZADROZNY MARY CATHERINE ZWACK N ' 1' fn -'SI49I9+ N1-4.0. JN I- 5' X' my L r . 'L A x I ful-A .4 -1 5 ,V UMA! ff iw '52, rx ,J ', I 3,6- SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER SISTER ANACLETUS CONSUELA FLORENTINE GRACE REGINA MARIE ANNE MARIE AUGUSTINI2 IYIARY LOURDES lNlARY EvEI,YN Room Room Room Room Room Room Room 309 312 201 211 504 501 210 I I R24 5 0 tie A ministering Religion, Bookkeeping, Commercial Arithmetic Religion, English Religion, Geometry, Adviser, Mission Committee of Sodality Religion, French, Adviser, Le Cercle Frangais Religion, Commercial Subjects Religion, English, Intermediate Alge- bra, Adviser, Apostolic Committee of Sodality Religion, Latin, Adviser, Parish Con- tact Committee of Sodality English for Sophomores Sophomore Home Room Teachers angel Y Seusonedw "1'A' V 'A'1- A '1'A'A' W ""'1'f ' 'A 'A'1'A'A'1 ' WQ SOPHOMORES Prefecis MAIKJORIE O'HOLI.ORAN Room 309 IWARCELLA SCHNOOR Room 312 MARX' MCAVOY Room 201 ROSEMARY WIELCH Room 211 IWARIIE HART Room 304 MARY COYLIQ Room 301 JEAN FOLEY Room 210 DOROTHY WEGMAN Bishop O'I-lem Memorial Scholarship Student Sophomore Prefects if 51 I-3? iw iv I CVCC W A Nqr ' A fi'-5 I , bf 41 .,..::, ' fa x "5f52l9+ MARION ADAM GLORIA ANDERSON BETTY AVERY GENEVIEVE BARKER -IOSEPHINE BARTOLOMEO HELEN BASAMANIA CONSTANCE BATES CATHERINE BEACH LOUISE D. BEAHON DOLORES BEAN NANCY D. BICICHE GERALDINE C. BIESENBACH ROSE BONSIGNORE ANNA M. BOYLIN DOROTHY BRENNAN ROSEMARY BRIEN 45V?A1,1y"?f3Y' C If? K 1525 X 'Q E 'S 1' 'V 239 Z! A u5"C,-:E , , I- If-,,y,:, , f - F6 I ' E5-"VCE ff C4 YL' Q ,fy MARION BURBOTT ESTHER MARY BURKE BARBARA CARUSOTTI GERALDINE A. CASEY HELEN CHRISTIE CATHERINE COLLINS MARY COSENTINO DOROTHY CONSIDINE VIRGINIA COOK SHIRLEY COVENEY MARY COYLE RITA E. DAVIS PATRICIA DEEGAN SYLVIA DE JAEGER MARY V. DE MEIS DORIS DIERDORF MARIE DI GIROLAMO BERNICE DOLAN MARY RUTH DONOVAN EILEEN DORAN RUTH T. DOSER RITA DOWLING HELEN DUPRE BERNARDINE M. EHMANN IRENE EHRSTEIN PHILOMENA FALVO ISABEL FERRARI AIUNE FETZNER GERTRUDE FINK ANNA FIORE JOAN FITZGERALD MARIE FLANAGAN , ...1 ffgx xu.u MJAIX ,f , C, , 4 -- , Q f X ,VS j,,w.X fo.. 'Q , , . X , . .ff r f 421: Ygxj 56 Fl - 'K1 f 1 'Aif-.,..S. Af +R' Tiff aiv .XQET ' gbffjj Kill CHRISTINE FLYNN JEAN E. FOLEY RITA FOOS CORINNE M. FREER IDA FUINO LUCILLE K. GABEL -JUNE M. GAINES MICHELINA L. GARIBALDI FLORENCE GEFELL MARY GILLIGAN MILDRED L. GRAHAM ROSEMARY GRAHAM LOUISE GRAY RUTH GUTMANN MARIE HART HELEN M. HASSELBERG 4215313- 'EN 6 7941 6 x9 QM' in ? aa 54 LOIS HEALY ROSEMARY L. HEILMAN SHIRLEY HILBERT AUDREY B. HOFFMAN HELEN D. HOFMAYR JEAN HORTON JEANNE HOSENFELD MARGARET HURLEY ELEANOR HUTTEMAN THELMA INDLEKOFER DORIS JOHNSON BETTY JONES MARY KARP BETTY KEEGAN DORIS M. KEELER MARGARET KEENEHAN f ,ffififxk X ",,4f"xyL , 714511 f 15' ig f . o X X 2 K' ILX IX O c MXN mm yy X M :1?YQ5fY sf .O 1 I-f 'TEL .yd X V' X V91 L,j fiiblfaf gg K, 9,11 JANE KELSEY RITA KEOGH MARGARET MARY KING VIRGINIA KLEE MARJORIE KLEEHAMMER MARY ELIZABETH KCHLMAN BEATRICE KRAPF MARGARITE G. KRAUS MARGARET KRENZER MAY F. KUMMER HELEN LABINSKI CHRISTINE LACAGNINA ANNA LANIOK MARY LARAGY VIRGINIA LEINEN GERAI.DINE LEONARD CATH ERINE LEVIS DOROTHY LIEDL MARIE LINGL RUTH LOCHNER GLORIA LIPANI LUCILLE L. LUKE HELEN MAGINN SHIRLEY MALLETT JANET MAID ELIZABETH A. MARION MARION MARTIN ROSEMARY MASSETI-I LOUISE MASIELLO SHIRLEY L. MAXWELL MARY MC AVOY BETTY MC CABE U ix. I W 'VQY ff! 1, X I 5952, 6 Jw 3 X. xx Xfdx AO, I-Sf' by w mf fs. ,M - wx. Eff' m,+ws.! Q' wg ,EJ BETTY MC CARTHY ELIZABETH MC ERLAIN VIRGINIA MC GLYNN EILEEN MC MAI-ION EILEEN MC KENNA JANET M. MEISENZAHL MARY E. MEISENZAHL DOROTHY MEYER DOLORES MEYER NORMA G. MEYER JANE MEYERING JEANNE E, MILLER CLARA V. MICE LI MARGARET A. MILLER MARY EDNA MILLER NORMA A. MILLER .SST CASIMIRA MODZELEWSKA MARILYN E. MOORE GENEVIEVE MOSTA DORIS MURPHY MARY MYKINS MARION L. NIENTIMP ANITA NOLAN ELEANOR NORMAN KATHLEEN NORRIS ROSE MARY OCHS CORINNE O'BRIEN PATRICIA O'GRADY MARGERY O,HALLORAN LOUISE ONGENAERS MARILYN OSTRANDEII MARY O,SULLIVAN BESSIE PALMISANO SU il LOIS PARINA 7941 -fEf56ii1+ PATRICIA PEARSON ANGELA PECORA f XI W f fLuM I Qfw XM, 5,4 ,J-L fff A IA A f ,Q .-Q fn J P' X-. LAW ,I-, Pl! I ' iggifii. ' yiy Kyniblbf 95 XXV? ufbgjg 4067 V514 , ,,Lq,o,f f s'+1FHEA9f: kiln! DIANA PEZZI RITA PIEKUNKA DOROTHY REDDINGTON ARLINE REDINGER JANE REI-I ANNA RENALDI RUTH ROE ELIZABETH M. RUSSELL DOLORES SADLER MARY SCARCIOTTA JEAN SCI-IANTZ MARY M. SCHAUSEIL MARGARET SCI-IEIDT MARY SCHLEICH LORRAINE SCHMIDT MARCELLA SCHNORR MARY ELIZABETH scHoEPEEL GERALDINE scI-IREINER ANGELINE scIoImNo JACQUELINE SEAMAN ROSEMARY SHARPE MILDRED SHELTER ELIZABETH SLATTERY JOSEPHINE SLATTERY LUCILLE M, SMALT FRANCES SMITH KATHLEEN SMITH LORRAINE SOHN CAROL M. SPENCER ANNE SPIESS RITA STAHLECKER ELEANOR STEIMES -IANE STEPHENS BETTY STUTZ ALICE SULLIVAN KATHLEEN SULLIVAN PATRICIA SULLIVAN FORTUNATA TALLARITE LILLIAN TERMOTTO EILEEN TRABOLD . XLLUMIN4 WN w X Q" I QQ, If ffyggyf XfX"?51'TAQ'?f, MARGARET UCCI MADLYN VAN AUKER MARGARET VAN L00 MARGARET VAN TUYL CLARA ANN VOLKMAR MARY T. VORNDRAN BETTY VRLA VIRGINIA I. VRLA HAZEL WALTEIIS BETTY WARD DOROTHY WEGMAN ROSEMARY WELCH JOY WHITNEY MARIETTE WICKES ,JEANNE WII.SON MARY WOULFE BETTY YOUNGMAN MARION ZAPF CARRIE M. ZIEMNIAK 1941 99' -ii 57 ! 1 May God SISTER CALLISTA SISTER CARLINA SISTER HELEN CECILIA SISTER HELEN CONCEPTA SISTER joi-IN IWIARY SISTER LEO XAVIER SISTER MARIE CATHERINE SISTER MARTINA MARIE Freshman Home Room Teachers be with you In your Room Room Room Room Room Room Room Room 5 105 112 302 2 1 103 110 wuyu General Scienceg Adviser, Louis Pasteur Club and Eucharistic Committee of So- dality WITH the exception of Wednesday Religion class from Father O'Rourke, sion from Sister Clarissa, Vocal Music from Sister Rose Teresa, General Oral Expres- Science daily two hundred from Sister Martina Marie, and Gymnasium hour with Mrs. Benson, the fifty members of the Freshman Class recite all studies in their respective fEl 58 home rooms. Prefects BIQVIQRLEY MCCONN Room 3 VIRGINIA COLBUIIN Room 105 MARY JANE RYAN Room 112 MAIUQIIII3 LYNCH Room 302 DOROTHY BURKARD Room 2 NCJRINE GRUE Room 1 JEANNETTE SCHMI2RIsIcIx Room 103 ALICE PRESNAL Nazareth Alumnae Scholarship Student I 7 MARY ACKROYD CATHERINE AIELLO if Aw , 'F 'F' 37 ' I THERESA M. ALLOTTA 7 Y .5 - 7942 62160134- FLORENCE AUER MARY AULENBACHER MILDRED BANKER 'L' MARY LOUISE BARBAT1 'bp JEANNE BARKER ANNAMAY H. BARROW ARLENE BASCH DIANA BATTAGLIA HELEN MARY BAUMAN AUDREY BAUMANN WILMA BEEMAN BERNICE BEIERSCHMIT1' ,IOSEPHINE BELLANCA PAULETTE BIELLE mm BIRECREE emma BLOCK Lorrm noyum f ff,-l 4 LUM 6 fo 52: ik I w D Y Ip f I-v " fin" H - ' 1-'XXX V ,',, HELEN MARGARET BOPP MARIAN BOSAITS SALLY BRASSER GERALDINE A. BRENNAN CHARLOTTE BROWN DOROTHY BURKARD WILMA BURKE .IESSIE ANN BUTLER BETTY JEAN CADY HELEN CAFFERY JEAN CANNAN CLARA CAPOBIANCO MARY ELIZABETH CARCELLI LORRAINE A. CASEY DORIS CHRISTIE MARGARET CHRISTMAN MARGARET CLAFFEY VIRGINIA COLBURN DORETTE COLLINS MADELINE COOK I 1 W ANN FOLEY MARY DIANE CORCORAN 54' an ew FLORENCE CORNELIUS L MARY ANN CROWLEY VICTORIA D'ALESSANDRO MARY ESTHER DANEHY EMILY DE FOREST ELEANOR DEL VECCHIO ELIZABETH A. DEI. VECCHIO DOROTHY DENNIS MARY DENNIS ALBERTA DE RITIS MARGARET DEVERELL CECILE DICKINSON CATHERINE DIETRICH HELEN DODD BETTY DONAHUE CATHERINE DoNovAN MARJORIE M. DONOVAN ANNE DORAN Q MARY R. DORAN Jfwfff X. ,fiyju ffpff' "" YQ f xy' X 1 7.- C 6? ! V: x AON If RPI. X W QU , A fy M ' irq 'if N115 ,A N192 7 'RSV ' A BE! , ' I, 1 MARION G. DORKEY MARY JANE DUTGNAN " DOROTHY ETEFERT "AY I 1:-. i : " 7 1' AGNES G. ERBLAND JEAN ENGLERT ALICE ERBLAND RUTH FALLIS RUTH FARRELL ARLENE FEELEY L ' THELMA EEENEY PAULINE FILIPPONE ROSEMARY FINCH DORIS ANNE FLAHERTY MARY FLAHERTY EDNA MAE FLEMING CATHERINE FOLEY ROSEANNE FORWARD MARY LOUISE FRANK ADELE FUCHS REI 61 E+ 4-A A24 6236 JANE GAFFNEY RITA GANTERT HELEN G ERHARDT ANTOINETTE GESSNER DORIS GIEBEL EDNA GESSNER ELEANOR GOSNELL JEANNE GRANGER GERTRUDE GRIFFIN MARGARET GYSEL NCRINE GRUE CORINNE HAERING JANE HA NNA RUTH HARGATHER FRANCES HAYES MARIAN HART FRANCES HEARNS KATHERINE HEFFERNAN ELIZABETH HEISINGER DOLCRES H UETHER MARION HIGGINS MARJORIE HOFMANN KATHERINE RUTH HOGAN FLO RITA HILL RA HOSENFELD JEANNH M, Jos'r ROSEMARY HUNT JEAN JACKSON MARY JOHNSON 'LORRAINE M. KEADY MARY JOAN MARY M. LILLIAN HUERTER NAN KEENAN PATRICIA KELLY RITA KESTER HELEN M. KLEM ELEANOR KERN GERALDINE KNAPP KATHLEEN M. KOHLMAN MARIAN KRAFT GERTRUDE KRESS DOROTHY KOLANSKI JOSEPHINE LACAGNINA BETTY LANDRY MARY ANN LANE MARY LANZALACO PATRICIA LARAGY LCIS LEGG ARLENE LINK MARY LEONE MARGARET LEVUIS RITA LCCKWOOD JOAN LOEWENGLITH MARY LOMBARDO MICHAELA LOMEDICO KATHERINE LOWER MARJORIE LYNCH RITA MAHER -JANE MARTIN DOROTHY MANCE JOAN MARCI LLE YOLANDA MASI JEANNE MC CABE MARY MC CARTHY NORMA MC CARTHY RUTH MC CARTHY BEVERLY MC CONNELL WILMA MC CORMICK MARY MC GRATH GERTRUDE MC DEVITT BETTY MC DONALD ROBERTA MC GRATH ANN MC HENRY PATRICIA MC KENNA MARY MC MAHON MARGARET MC WHINNIEY ROSA MARIE MEHR MARGUERITE MENSING - ENES MERCURY RUTH MEYERING JEANNE MARIE MICHAUD ADELAIDE MIDNIGHT ELIZABETH MILLER VIRGINIA MINOIA MARGARET MILLER RUTH MILLER ISABELLE MORRELL FLORENCE MOSCI ICAU JANE MULLIGAN MARY MURPI IY eil 63 U 7. 942 'Q' M4 4... f ...- '- -'H6419' LORAINE MYERS NANCY NIVEN MARIAN NOLL EVELYN NORTON FRANCES O'BRIEN .JEANNE O,BRIEN MARGARET O,CONNOR MARGARET RU TH O'CONNOR MILDRED OKOLOWICZ MARGARET OYNEILL PALMA PALozz1 v1oLA PAVIA ROSEMARY MARY OLIVER PEARTREE CONCETTA L. PETIX DANA PEENNINGER MARGARET PIERPONT JEAN PIXLEY NANCY PONTARELLI NORMA PREDMORE f-X 'C f f-'fx fj f ,VX WAKE Wx. f M3 ,021 ' 0 A: OC. - ' fxlXQL-"- 5 XX 3794 V ixfsltvgu QV' Af 1-QQTH R if ALICE PRESNAL MARGARET PRITCHARD ELVIRA PUCILLO CHRISTINA RADTKE DOROTHY RAKOWSKI HELEN RAUBER ALICE REBER KATHLEEN RIDLEY ALFREDA RIMKUS M ARY RONAN WILMA ROTI-I MARION ROCI-IE VERGINIA ROUSE DORIS RUFF CLARE RUSSER BETTY RYAN MARY RYAN MARY RUSSELL MARY JANE RYAN ELEANOR SABIN MADELINE SACCO MARGARET SALBER VIRGINIA M. SCHAEFFER LORRAINE SHANNON MARIE SCHEIBLE '3- - ,IACQUELINE SCHIEFER VUINIFRED SCHIFFHAUER JEANETTE SCHMERBECK VERONICA SCHMIDT ELIZABETH M. SCHOEPS DOROTHY E. SCHREIBER VERA SCHWARTZMEIER DOROTHY A. SHEIL MARY SIMEONE RITA SKELLY BARBARA M. SMITH EILEEN SMITH MARGARET SMITH MARJORIE SPRINGER ANNA TARTAGLIA df' X X? I 2 N Nu of 'E YQ I XIX Hmufffff M I X37 Li .' ,JANE THURSTON BLANCHE TIBERIO SYLVIA TIERNAN MARY TIERNEY DORIS TOOMEY KATHLEEN TUOHEY EUNICE VAY BETTY VENTURA MILDRED VOELKL DORIS WACHTER MARY LOUISE WALSH BETTY JANE WARD DOROTHY WEHNER MAY WELCH BETTY 'IANE WESTFIELD JEAN WHELEHAN MARY WHITE MARY WINTERROTH ELIZABETH YEOMAN LENA ZIMARINO 'if 65 Ei? Grammar School Faculty SISTER ANNA CECILIA Third and Fourth Grader SISTER MARIE BERNARD Fifth and Sixth Grader SISTER ROSE ALMA Seifezzlh Gmde SISTER 'IOSEPHINE Ei ghlh Grade "See that you despise not one of these little ones, for I say to you that THE Grammar Department at Nazareth is limited in numbers now, due to the growing registration in the high school courses. Besides their home room teachers, the pupils of the lower school have Religion from Father O'Rourke, vocal music from Sister Rose Teresa, oral expression from Gertrude Errnantinger Taylert, health from Marion Baptiste ' Benson. Opportunity for instrumental music appreciation is offered in the junior Or- chestra Club. eil 66 lie Eliiiiii hh THE PREFECTS of home room groups in the preparatory school are chosen for poise, per- sonality, and leadership. There is freedom under guidance for these leaders to represent the individual and group needs of their various classes to the respective teachers and the administration. The initiative and responsibility shown by these 1939 Prefects prove that they will meet well larger problems in school life as they prepare for participating in social situations in democratic society. their angels in heaven always see the face of My Father who is in heaven REMIGIA RAUBER P1'efeclfTbird and Fourlb Gfzzdar ROSEMARY RAUBER Prefer!-Fifth and Sixlh Grader ELEANOR ADAMS PI'6f6'l'l+SEZ1672f!J Grade THERESE GUNCHEON Prefer!-Eighth Gmc! e eil 6 7 Ee U' JANE MCDONALD JEANNE MCDONALD JOAN MCGUIRE CLAIRE O,BRIEN DOROTHY O'BRIEN JEAN RADTKE NANCY ANNE RIGGS MARJORIE VAETH NANCY VOGT Eighth and Seventh Grades Q55 as fx? RITA M. BETTNER PEGGY CLEARY MARY COUSINS ELIZABETH ANN FRANK FRANCES A. GALVIN AUDREVY 0. GOODWIN JOAN M. GREENWOOD THERESE A. GUNCHEON JEAN Dolus JEPHSON MARGARET K. JULIAN AUDREY KAMPFF ISABEL L. KEENAN DOLORES F. KIRBY VIRGINIA O,BRIEN MARGARET A. OWENS CLAIRE EMILY PAPPANI BETTY ANNE RAKE KATHLEEN K. TIMMERMAN GERALDINE MCCARTHY GEORGIA WELLMAN ELEANOR ADAMS JUNE cox ANTOINETTE EAz1o JANE MARIE JONES , I ffm-LU WM, aff ,O ,' 125. xm' 1 'Ion IP, I N' x fw.5q!1I ,f X X11 Y IJKVXAMJI.-A,fb,!f,g! wwiiin SHIRLEY ARCHIBALD ROSEMARY BAKER VERONICA BRANDT ROBERTA BROWN JACQUELIN BURGESS ANNE BURKE JOAN DVAPRILE JOANNE FULREADER MARY JANE HAIGH JUNE HEWITT SHIRLEY INCAVO DOLORES MCGAHAN ANNE MEISENZAHL VIRGINIA PIKE I ROSEMARY RAUBER JEANNE ROCHE JEAN MARIE SCANLON FRANCINE WICKES AILEEN WISER JEAN BYRNES ELEANOR FAZIO KATHERINE ANN FLECK I GERALDINE GAFFNEY 1 K rf: KXLLU Mfw -x..LL , OF' I qff-Xu fs, I NANCY ANNE HARDENBROOK JANET JEWETT MARILYN MCDONALD NANCY CAROL MYLES MARY ELEANOR NEssEL SHEILA O'GRADY NANCY ANNE OWEN REMIGIA RAUBER f Wh f A3 ., O 1 QI s M01 Q QPJX, K5 ' , jQQ'QgKf3'1 f ' f x Xa -I W , fmx, A KAY- Vi ' ' gfcy' if wg, f - ' oe! 1 NL Qfr gQ9'i'f K A742 Lb! CECILIA AGNES WOHLRAB 3 Sixth, Fifth, Fourth and Third Grades -if 69 23? 'U' Q, , X, ,f f yLULW,y4i r In sight of Thy angels I will sing to Thee, my God." "O Lord, permit uf here to raise our ooiceg And weft before Thy throne our feeble praise, And thank Thee for those angels whom Thy ehoiee Hath lent our weakness to dirert its ways" Nazarethls tiniest angel, Sheila O'Grady, lights the candles of Truth fStudiesj and Wisdom fSodalityj for Dorothy Meyer and Audrey De Smith from Nazareth's nine hundred. STUDIES SOTDALITY CONVERSATQION WITH AN ANGEL O "Are they not all ministering spirits, sent to minister for them, who shall I f Q K1 obj x im AC' s so 'Nz col 6 s , V, 4 5 O Ae- 4 5 r Ig X D 'H g h-"L ' l 1- NVQ , "' i uve, ,,,,f,' receive the inheritance of salvation? eil 70 ll' ,pf ,599 i? + I. 14151 , SH 2qff','2f3: ' . if-ef' 52 The Schnces Sister Martina Marie aids a group in the study of General Science. f' if . WML X, N4 Xi Q Xf Cf A XQUETA V "I'T'a'IirSIVj ryijgy I "Supported bythe intercession of angels, 0 Lord, SENIOR HONOR STUDENTS 1Pages 75, 743 RELIGION fPages 76, 77? MUSIC fPages 78-813 DRAMATICS fPages 82-873 CLUBS QPages 88-911 LANTHORN STAFF fPages 92, 933 SPORTS 4Pages 94, 955 -'EI 72 Ef- Concerning Studies OF course there are classes in science, art, music, history, modern and ancient languages, home economics, commercial subjects, mathematics, and health, but one remembers best the hours when routine gave way to activities, exhibits, or even social gatherings. We have pictured Nazareth this year not so much in actual study as in these other aspects of our school days which we all hold dear, and which brought a development of body, mind, and soul pleasing to the angels. grant that all study avail us unto salvation" The Arts june Dispenza, harpist, portrays the study of Fine Arts at Nazareth. at 73 Re ABOVE: HELEN BAUMAN Pefpeiual Help Scholarship H ELEN DONOVAN Sl. Monica Scholarship HELEN GOSCHKE Holy Redeemer Scholarship Attendance Punctuality JEAN HUGHES Sl. Banifufe Attendance 'Second Prize award in MARGERY BERNARD Immamlafe Canfeplimz Scholarship MARGARET DUNLAY Sacred Henri Scholarship Punctuality ANGELINE GIRARDI Holy Redeemer Scholarship Punctuality MARY KUNZ Holy Family Valeclictorian Custodian ol' Flag city-wide contest on "XX'asl MARGARET BOEHLER VIRGINIA BOGDAN Holy Aporller Scholarship JANE ERDLE Sf. Bowifafe Scholarship 'kPrize Essay EILEEN HANLEY Holy Rotary Scholarship Attendance Music Graduate Sl. Peler and Paul Scholarship MARION FISCHER XI. lllm'ga1'el Ilflnry Scholarship FLORENCE HASSELBERG Sr, Angnrline Prefect 202 ORALEE KINCHLER MARIE LEINBERGER SI, Tbomar Halj Redeemer Scholarship Scholarship Punctuality uington as First President." .fa Wil I 74 ll- Senior Honor Students ? Aliemlfzlzre tl: Pmzclnallfy Selaollzrrlaip Prefeffr Mmlr G mdzmle.r tl' 90W Average for Fam' Yemxr ?kPe1tfec1f Record from dale of eirirfmee fo amlfml clfzrr honor azrrefflbly clay. MARCELLA CAUFIELD Sr, Monica Scholarship Music Graduate HELEN FLUGEL Holy Redeemer Attendance Punctuality EDNA HERZOG Holy Aporzler SUZANNE DE PREZ SI. Ilflmiira Scholarship MARGARET FRAWLEY SI. Monica Prefect 205 DOROTHY HOSENFELD SI. Bonlfaee Scholarship Punctuality MARY LOUIS 010' Lady of Vicinity Scholarship BELOW: ALLENA LIPPA Immaculate Conception Scholarship MARIORIE NAYLOR St. Boniface Scholarship Punctuality MARY POZZANGHERA Sl. joseph Scholarship Attendance Punctuality ANNA STUCZKO Holy Redeemer Scholarship Attendance Punctuality Senior Honor Students ,lf Aflefzdezfzee X Pmzcluezlily or it Seholezrwip Prefeetf Mmic G mel nares MILDRED LIST Sf. Thomas Scholarship Punctuality SYLVIA NOLL Holy Redeemer Scholarship Punctuality Prefect 303 GERTRUDE RADTKE Holy Redeemer .Attendance Punctuality JUNE TAGLIN Holy Apoytler Scholarship MARY ALICE MANNING Sacred Heart Scholarship KATHLEEN O'BRlEN Sacred Hear! Salutatorian ELIZABETH RIGNEY Sf. Monica Music Graduate AUDREY VOGT Sl. .Michael Scholarship Attendance DOROTHY MAURER St. Tlmnmr Scholarship MARGARET O'RElLLY Immamlale Canfeplion Scholarship MARY RIGNEY Immaculate Camsepfion Sodality Prefect Scholarship MARGARET VOLPE Sacred Heart Scholarship Punctuality I-IANORA McCARTHY Holy Apoftlef Scholarship Punctuality MARJORIE PIERCE Holy Redeemer Prefect 306 JEANNE SCHLEYER Good Cafzmel Scholarship FRANCES WITTMAN Holy Char! Scholarship RITA MEYER Sl. Andrew Scholarship ALVERA PAPPANI St. Aflargarel Alezry Attendance Punctuality HENRIETTA SIEBERT Sf. john, Greece Attendance 'MP 90W Average for Fam' Yeezrf 34P6i'f6L'l Record from dale of elzmzfzee to mmmzl flair honor eztryembly clay. af 75 512+ Marion Callan prepares to equip herself: "Be ready always to satisfy everyone that asketh you a reason of that hope which is in you." fl Pet. 3,151 Frances Treppiedi studies to be able to answer wisely the modern objections against the Immortality of the Soul. Eileen O'Brien gathers the testimony of Church History: The doctrine of Christ re- newed the face of the earth. Arlene Barnard, looking upon a picture of Pius XII, ponders the moral miracle of Papal succession in the Catholic Church which is the Body of Christ, the realiza- tion of the Kingdom of Christ on earth, the continuation of His work among men. "THE Church militant is the kingdom of struggle and trial, the Wages fof faith and gracej being conditioned on unremitting service. When the Church militant merges into the Church triumphant, faith becomes vision, struggle ends in victory, labor ceases in contemplation and hope passes into the joy of possession." The Juniors Study Ethics Ruth Rauber, Florence Filippone, Margaret Kellett, lean Meisenzahl, Mary Santillo, and janet Predmore study duties as members of the family, the State, and the Church. janet weighs what she has read, Margaret and Mary seek knowledge on the right of private property, and oneis duties concerning ma- terial goods. Ruth, Florence, and jean are interested in the "isms"- Communism, Socialism, Capitalism. if 76 ls: Religion IV Seniozif .vfmfy Apofogeficf Exhibit by Freshmen QRoom 25 Dolls dressed by students to show evidence of Saints of Good Works. Q25 77 Sophomores Practice Religion PRAYER and the Sacraments are the subject matter of second year Re- ligion. Here Dorothy, Mary Edna, Patricia and Betty pray before the shrine of Mary on the Feast of the Archangel Gabriel, putting their study into practice. Below: Rita Hill, Jean Englert, Marjorie Hofmann, and Eunice Vay examine the evidences of good works and good intentions which form a part of their course in Religion I. "Every man shall receive his own reward according to his own laborf' THE freshmen have learned that Christianity is a Religion of action. Good intention, however, must accompany the act to reap reward: "XWhether you eat or drink, or whatsoever else you do, do all to the glory of Godf, -Egawmaamyw f 'f zur:-wr--fm , fHw,:u:i,-f'. . ,,1.-ef,wiq,m,,,g,,f-1-,-- .f-z.17,,awe.wf':,1: n Nazareth Academy Orchestra KIZNNETI-I XVAIDE . COIZQJIIUUJ' of Ol't'h?,ffi'r1 S1s'1'12R ROSE TEREsA , . Fizmlfy Aflzfim' THE ultimate touch to most of the Assembly Programs during the year is given by the Senior Orchestra, numbering forty-live students. At the annual music festival in May, especially, do we hear the orchestra, speaking through its conductor, a rich and varied program of interpretative worth. The two hour practice period every Tuesday brings reward in reading accurately at the proper "tempo", perfect unity, and the appreciation that the orchestral musician alone can give the great masterpieces in their tonal splendor. At this year's concert the following numbers were delightfully received: Victory Overture. ,. ., ., ,. ,. . O. Taylor Choral Rejoice, O My Soul . , R. Srhzmmmz Choral In Apollo's Temple .,... . .. , r C. Il". 12012 Glfltle Waltzes from The Student Prince r ,. . ,. .. .. ,. S, Rmizberg Gloriana Overture . ......,.... ,,., ,.,.. , ..., ....,. A . 1 Vein!! Air de Ballet. , , r , . C. UV. ww Glflff? Violin! .' Vinfaj .' Ceffor .' Bfz.r.re.r .' Fizzle : Cfrzrilletf .' Saxopbofze. H arm ,' TmwL17e!J .' Tmmbofzef .' PE7'fll.Y.l'i07'7 .' Pimz 0 .' Nazareth Academy Orchestra Peftrofzvzel Cwzdmvor-MR. KENNETH WAIIJE Elizabeth Rigney, Veronica Dilk, jane Hetzler, Rita Kelley, Jean Troy, Corrine Freer, Betty Keegan, Thelma lndlekofer, Doris Dierdorf, Mary Foley, Iris Tollin, Eileen Cornelia, May Kumrner, Mary Kohlmann, Betty Vrla, Philomena Falvo, Ann Doran, Virginia Bogdan. Eleanor Bingeiner, Pauline Borget. Ethel Frank, Marion McCarthy, Arlene Vay, Marie Digerolamo. Adele Carmen, Anne Wilson. Marcella Caufield. Elizabeth Dooley, Mary Ritz, Mary McAvoy. jean Houghton. Margaret Snider, Mary Alice Russell, Mary E. Schoepful, Eleanor Hutte- man. Clara Shaughnessy, Jean Schmerbeck, Berenice Norman, jean Foley. Mary Snider, Eileen Doran. Eileen Hanley, Marie Hasenauer. Mary Kunz. Drumusicoll EVERY year, in early autumn, the Pero- sian Choir presents a dramusical. The class of 1959 chose "In Mozart's Time" -a story of Madame de la Tour, and her daughter Louise, a student of mu- sical composition under the famous Mozart. Ladier of zlae Court: Virginia Akey, june Fetzner, Eleanor Norman, joan Torpey, Nancy Dineen, june Dispenza, Bernice Norman, Rosemary Hayes, Patricia Green, Catherine Sullivan, Sally Brasser, jane Hetzler. Maidr in Waizing.' Mary Savarino, Frances Briggs, Doris Hemmer, Marie Leinberger, Mildred Horn, Rita Gefell, Eileen Hanley, Allena Lippa, Ingeborg Rochtaschel. 8803+ Before the Curlzzim' Lucille Schiavo, Eileen Tiernan, Suzanne De Prez, June Dispenza, Doris Hem- mer, Frances Briggs, Anne Miller. Last minute fixings are most important, aren't they, Anne? Lucille admires Eileen's costume, June gives a last word to Suzanne. Ladier of ilae Cozzrt: Jeanne Collins, Margaret Christman, Anne Miller, Agnes Hanley, Arline Gysel, Mary O'Neill, Margaret O'Reilly, Sally Messner. 4818+ PER!-IAPS, after all, the ladies are won- dering if Louise has musical talent and will she win the Masterls prize. Do they suspect that Camille is the author of the musical compositions entered by Louise? AMERICAN BEAUTY Prefefzled by Senior Dmnmffir Clays h A PLAY and a style show all in one with clever roles played by Barbara Kelley, Kay Statt, Helen Donovan, Joanne Vogt, Jeanne Schnurr, Mary Rigney, Eileen O,Brien, Marion Fischer, Katherine Mayer, and Geraldine Iuppa. We remember especially the attractive stage setting and the excellent picture of school life given by this able cast. THE second play was centered about a sad, but artistic theme wherein mother love played a dominant part. This time the players were Margaret Dunlay, Mary Alice Manning, Margaret Volpe, and Mary Louis. A GHOST APPEARS SYMPATHY AND FRIENDSHIP THE BOND BETWEEN A play of afwofphere by The Senior Dramatic Clary +21 82 236 THE SODALITY OF NAZARETH prefefzlf DANGER-GIRLS WORKING A Mystery Comedy DISCOVERY ECSTASY Funds to sponsor attendance of Nazareth Sodalists at 1939 Summer School of Catholic Action ARLENE DAY, a sales girl ,.l,l ,..,. ,.., I . . ROSEMARY WELCH, '41 SELENA BARNES, a waitress ....... ..4.,.,r. I ,, ..,.,.,. . MARY EOLEY, '39 GRAYCE JOHNSTON, a music student ,.... .... 4 , GERALDINE ALBRECHT, '40 ROSIE, a maid ...l,..l ..... ,..,....,..,.............,... . . . .r., .. ...., DIANNA PEZZI, '41 HANNAH WILLIAMS, a romantic young lady .,.... ,...,. ...,l . A RLENE GYSEL, '39 PI-IYLLIS DEERING, a newspaper woman .,.,.,. , . , ,... . GERALDINE IUPPA, '39 CLAUDIA VANDEMEER, a home girl .c.... ..,. I ELIZABETH BURKHART, '40 MRS. MCCARTHY, a landlady .,,,. I ,,,l I,., . .,,4, . ,. JEANNE SCHNURR, '59 LULU ANN SMITH, a girl from the South . . MARGARET LEWIS, '42 MISS VERNE, a woman of mystery . ,. I . MARGARET ERAWLEY, '59 RAY CARTWRIGHT, an actress ...,. S . .,,. . . ,. VERONICA DILK, '39 Produced by Special arrangement with Samuel French Company Moons WONDER MYSTERY SURPRISE COMEDY eil ss The Juniors present "Once in Bethlehem" THE annual Christmas pageant brings all of us to the hills of Beth- lehem to re-live the old, old story of the Saviour's birth. At top right are three angels,-Catherine Ober- lies, Angeline Girardi, and Mary Lou Forward. Mary C. Zwack, in renter, played the role of Marah, while Ann DeRitis and Mary San- tillo were Nathan and jeriah, re- spectively. S Above: Prologue Group in Choric Speech-B. Berkes, M. Bieck, A. Carman, Collins, E. Hogan, M. Gallagher, H. Goschke, I.. Leimberger, D. Martin, A. Mensing, I. Palone, J. Schnurr, L. Schiavo, A. StauHler, A. Trabold Left: Nativity Group-Mary, M. Leinbergerg Joseph, D. Bray Christmas Memories GREET1NGs from the senior class president, Yuletide echoes from the orchestra, the Perosian Choir in har- monious angel song, Choric speech, and dramatic episodes,-all make the Christmas season at school a memorable one. At rap left Virginia Akey is shown as the Angel Ga- briel, and Marie Leinberger as the Blessed Virgin. Below is Betty San- som as Shemeul, and to right Teresa Leene as the wealthy traveler. Aboze SCENE 1 Outside the Inn E Cornelia G Zablosky V Krieg M Stephens M Wfeisenborn Right Shepherds-B. Norman and M. Gruttaduria Above .' C enter .' Above .' Center .' SENIOR "Lady Bug! Lady Bug!" julia fCleta Quigleyj arrives almost too late for the take-off. Toni fRuth Ann Dakinj gets a scoop for the Cleveland Ledger. Mamie fEileen Hanleyj tells Mrs. Maxwell fVirginia Akeyj that she has come to serve notice. Jessie fMargaret Dunlayj calls the "Ladybug,' in a dark mo- ment. OPPOSITE: A new high for the endurance record for women, Victory for Julia fCletaj and Hazel fMarionj. Phyllis fDolores Grosserj and Althea Uoan Torpeyj plot to force down the "Ladybug" Barbara QBarbara Kelleyj relates her frightful dream of the crack-up. Mrs. Maxwell, Hazel, and Clara are amused at the extravagant details. Left: Jeanne Schnurr fBusiness Managerj points to Angeline Girardi's poster while Mary, Anne, Evelyn, and Jeanne Collins ap- I praise it. +55 ss fsf PLAY Righf: The stage manager fMargaret Volpej gives the signal for: house lights off, stage lights on, drone of the airplane motorg- Curtain! Helen, Kathleen, and Frances obey. THE SENIOR CLASS Of NAZARIETH ACADEMY prerefzlr "LADY BUG, LADY BUG" ACT Ikffhe "take-Off" ACT II-Five days later ACT III--Three days later Characters fas they appearj VIRGINIA AKEY HARRIET MAXWELL .. ......., ,.,,....r......,. , . CLARA GAEST'ON ....,.., HAZIEL ANDREWS . . ALTHEA SIMPSON PHYLLIS PALMER .,.,. ,. TON1 BENTON . .,...,., . BARBARA INOLESBIE jEssiE JACKSON ,. ,. , JULIA INGLESBIE ..... MAMIL ., ..,. .,.. , . 'ii-f87l9+ ., CATHERINE STATT MARION FISCHER JOAN TORPEY DOLORES GROSSER f..'f'RUTH ANNE DAKIN BARBARA KELLEY , MARGARET DUNLAY CLETA QUIGLEY EILEEN HANLEY "9lS8l2+ Louis Pasteur Science Club P7'EJfd6Hf+KATHLEEN TUOHEY Vice-P1-widen!-MAIIY E. DANEHY S6L'I'9Id1'j'-MARION HART T?'66ZIZl7'61'?-MARY RYAN Advimry-HELEN BAUMAN, KAY FOLEY, KATI-IEIIINIQ HEFFERNAN SINCE its organization in 1934 this club has done more than its share toward furthering student interest in science. Exhibits, scrap books, posters, and tours to Rochester Scien- tific establishments put theory into practice. May your successors do as well, girls. Commercial Oral English Club Prefidem'-RUTH LUCAS. Room 303 ANGELINE GIRARDI, Room 306 Sew-ezmy-CLARA SHAUGHNESSY, Room 303 JEANNE SCHNURR, Room 306 To develop poise and ability in speech is the aim of the COEC Club. Each Friday routine gives place to a happy club hour wherein one learns current affairs, parliamentary law, and how to be the perfect social secretary. This pic- ture shows preparation for a unit in the study of modern literature. Nieuwlcmd Science Club P7'5.ffd672If-IEAN HUGHES Vice-PreridenziPA'rRIcIA GOODWIN SEf7'6lt'I7',1+MARGARET O'BRIEN T1'6tZ.I1l1'E1'fDOROTHY WELCH A SCIENCE FAIR, well planned and attractively arranged, was the new venture of the senior science club this year. This plus the annual pic- nic and the frequent tours to scientific centers fulfilled the expectations of the members to the 'nth degree. We learned film making at Kodakg ice cream making at Bartholomay'sg and scientific nature secrets at the picnic. Le Cercle Frangcis Preridenz-Dorus HEMMER Vice-Prefidem-JOAN CASE S6C7'Eld7'j'-MARION FISCHER Tferuurw-MARGARET KELLETT A EXT of "Gay Paris" comes to Nazareth when the French Club meets. Whether it be mono- logues, dialogues, playlets, skits, or prepara- tion for the annual play, one always has the happy spirit of France in these meetings. This year the seniors chose "De l'Audace Jeune Homme" and "La Clef" for their evening per- formance. Thucydians Preridenz-MARIE STEVENS Vire-President-PEGGY FLAHERTY Serrezm-y-SHEILA OVBRIEN T7'6d,fll?'E1'1MARY A. OAKES THE students of ancient, medieval and modern history form the Thucydian Club. Lectures on the German opera by music majors from Naz- areth College, an illustrated lecture by Father Duffy on his trip around the world, a social hour at Christmastide with party, games, and prizes, talks on noted Frenchmen who have visited our United States have all helped to make the club acquainted with some of the larger aspects of history. Perosian Choir Club Presidenz-JUNE DISPENZA Vine-P1-efidenz-MARY O,NEILL Secfezary-AGNES HANLEY Tf6d.f1l7'E7'-ANGELINF Grmnm THE dramusical, "ln Mozart's Time," the an- gelic chorus in the Christmas play, the mid- night Mass at Veterans' Hospital in Batavia, the old English Easter hymn sung over the ra- dio on Low Sunday, the "Ave Maria" at the May concert in new blue and gold cap and gown,-all these made a red letter year of 1939 for the Perosians. The officers here seem to be planning more adventures on the high C for Mondays at eighth period. eil 89 4390191- Bellarmine Club Pre.ridemgKA'rHLEEN O'BllIEN Vive-Pre.videnz+RUTH Lucas Sw-fem-y-MARGARET VOLPE T1'Ur1Jl47'5'1'-EVELYN HOGAN Adzfifory-MARY KUNZ, KAY Srfxrr THE parade of history is continually marching forward for the members of this organization. The constitution best states its purpose . . . "to create . . . a more active interest in cur- rent events . . . to understand more fully the principles of American government . . . to pre- pare for a more Worthy, loyal service, citizens of the United States." The major achievement of the club Was a symposium on "Catholicism and its Relations to Other Modern 'Isms '." Orchestra Club P1-eridenz-MARGARET SNIDER Vine-Preridenf-ELIZABETH RIGNEY T1-earufer-VERONICA DILK Lib1'd7'jd?2-MARCELLA CAUFIELD ENTHUSIASM for the orchestra is not limited to the privileged group of forty-five who com- pose this club. At various school functions ex- cellent programs are given. There are two an- nual concerts,-for the feast of Saint Cecelia and for annual National Music Week. Mcnlzuan Club P7'6.YidE77l1AUDREY VOGT Vice-Pferidenl-M1LDRED HORN Serremry-SALLY MESSNER T1'6cl.liIl7'E7'-EDNA HERZOG THE Mantuan Circle is one of the oldest school organizations. Inspired by the Literary Circles of the Empire, the club took its name from Virgil's home. Lectures on Virgil and the other poets of his age, combined with the study of the background of this period, help to promote culture by creating and stimulating an interest in our Roman heritage. Tableaus of Roman scenes, Roman historical events, and even a real Roman banquet have been major activities of recent years. Der Deutsche Verein P1'6,ffd6l7l+MILDRED HORN Vice-Prefidenz-AGNES HANLEY Treafurer-MARY MCAVOY sEH'c?fd1'j'-INGEBORG ROCKTASCHEL "D" stands for diversity-the keynote of Ger- man Club activities. Organized in 1935, the club has done much to furlher interest and ap- preciation of the German language and cus- toms. The German version of the "Pied Piper of Hamlin" was the production for this year. Badminton Club Preridenf-MARJORIE LYNCH Vifg-P7'6,fid6HZ+SYLVIA Nou. Sewfzary-EILEEN NEARY T1-eafurer-ARLINE GYSEL THE senior Commercial group are responsible for this new successful venture at Nazareth. The girls have planned no outside contests as yet, but the "birdie" flies regularly through the gym during the after-school hours. We are counting, however, on hearing more of this club in the recreational hours of Miss Com- mercial when she goes into her business ca- reer. Tennis Club Pl'EIjd6l1lmMARGARE T FRAWLEY Vice-Prerid 6721-JOAN WEISMILLER SEff6ld7'jYMARGARET OYBRIEN T1-em H1'91'iMARCE LLA CAU F113 LD YOU never heard of it? Well, it is extra-cur- ricularg but it makes for school spirit since it brings the students from varied places together on Saturdays, holidays, and in vacation. The scores are in angelic keepingg there are plans for weekly meets this summer. " 91131- N ! af vi .Ram . fr X . an . Poelry ELEANOR BINGEMER Faculty KATHERINE MAYER LANTHORN STAFF AUDREY VOGT Editor-in-Chief ORALEE KINCHLER Arfirlant Editor HELEN BAUMAN Bafineff Manager HELEN GOSCHKE Advertising Manager Lanthorn Honors Aim of Staff THE 1939 "Lar1thorn" Staff hope to equal the success of former years by reaching again the goal of All-Catholic in the Catholic School Press Association rating, and first place in Columbia Scholastic Press as was done last year. The publication must make 900 points to win these awards. judges in the Catholic Press Asso- ciation rate on the following basis: diffusion of Catholic thought and promotion of Catholic activity, enterprise and service to the school and its communityg news and feature coverage, edi- torial contentg physical appearance, design and layout, typography, uniformity, consistency, ac' curacy, and art. Columbia critique compares each book with the others in its own particular class and rates according to relative standing with other entries. Columbia award for first place is a gold plaque transfixed by a blue rib- bong the Catholic School Press certificate of honor is shown on the opposite page. The Edi- tor, appointed for scholarship honors in Febru- ary, found her work well planned by the volun- teer staff which had worked daily since October Hrst. Bufinerr T irt Clarrer Catholic Action J' PATRICIA JENNIE RUTH MARY Crusr PETIX KUCHMAN Louls - if A C Y .... 5 ' eil 92 Ee VC..v. I 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 7 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I 1 1 1 1 f f 1 1 I 1 5 THE CATHOLIC SCHOOL PRESS ASSOCIATION THE RATING All Catholic IS AWARDED TO THE IN THE ANNUAL SURVEY CONDUCTED BY THE CATHOLIC SCHOOL PRESS ASSOCIATION AT THE MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF -IOURNALISM THIS FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER IN THE YEAR NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-EIGHT D I I E C T 0 K ,.-,..Ix:1i',,, - Sha, Burineyf VIRGINIA AKEY H All Catholic Honors 1936, 1938 First Honors, 1937 A 1 bi. Xl? 1' , 1 '1 Q 1 :IAQ 'UI XA ' ' 'I-.1 - Y scuoot E. 1g..f.s. First Honors National Scholastic Press Association, 1938, 1939 First Place Columbia Scholastic Press Association, 1939 Lilerary Claire: RITA MARGARET MEYER Bufinerr MARGERY KEENAN O'REII.LY 'I' ff "-': -'2l95l?r ,IUSTINE MANGAN Clubr JEANNE SCHLEYER Literary Edilor MARY INEZ RYAN Art Edilor RUTH LUCAS Literary Editor DOROTHY MAURER Circulation Layout! Typirt JOY JUNE WATERMAN TAGLIN T y pix! MAR JORIE LYNCH '1- "EERE is R461 Betty Plass Sfczmiing: jinny, Helen, Pat, Jean, June, Justine, Mary, and Marjorie. Seated: Jennie, Rita, Ruth, Helen Bauman, june Smith, and Eleanor. if 94 Ee A... No Place to Go Remember the morn so cold, so crisp, so promising for fun after school. Remember the skis, the skates, the Smiths' toboggan in readiness for the afternoon sport. Remember the trick Old Sol played at noon, so that after school we were "all dressed upu but had only one corner of snow in the quadrangle? But anyhow we had our pic- ture of "what might have been" and snow aplenty came in March. 1. -2 ,z K L! H , Y' " .K--5"'iaM,5,,,jY 1 - 'Q Q, 5,2 7, I ., , cfm Neff" 21 rw Q , f - Ma 'MF 2-'W .fm 'f' . Q ' Mit 1 . f pp a 5' ,K ,5 Wi -V 19 ,gf .R h if lm www fi 2 fix, , , w Www f H ' ,X pf 4 . A , K JM, ,W I Qfifgff-5.f 91 I Q VL if-f ff Q . - , , KE gf FY K 'if Q Wx V+ 'M iwx, 'W :E I V 1 ,ff ng ima R , . EN Wu in , Jw' My , -1 if T I 4 U , Q3 Knew . ,-af! V X gf , Q 1 SQ 5 fllfi 4 '?5M'fPf i Wa ,-.5 gin Mury, who didst believe the words o Nazareth Sodality Officers Interview the National Director Mary Rigney, prefect, and Oralee Kinchler, vice prefect, have a brief interview with Rev- erend Daniel Lord, National Director of Sodalities, at the noon intermission on So- dality Parish Union Rally Day, October 9, 1938. I SPIRITUAL ACTIVITIES 4PageS 98, 99? CATHOLIC ACTION AWARDS lPages 100, 1012 FASHION REVUE fPages 102, 1035 CHRISTMAS DANCE KP:-1ges104,105I CHRISTMAS PROJECTS QPages 106, 1021 93 9699+ QUEEN'S HERALD fPages 108, 1091 REVEREND EUGENE KENBDY, S. J. Ailillldl Relreat Director, 1939 f the 'Our echoes roll from soul to soul ami grow .forever and forever." IN JUNE, 1933, Margaret Larkin was chosen Sodality Prefect at Nazareth. Sodality records show that 1933-1934 was a year of intense Catholic Action under Margaret's leadership. Since then Margaret has been Prefect of her Parish Sodality, Immaculate Conception, and for 1958-1939 has been Prefect for Sodality Union. Nazareth sodalists congratulate her through the "Lanthorn" for her outstanding accomplishments in Roches- ter Parish Sodality work. This year during National Catholic Vocation Week Margaret Larkin spoke at General Assembly on "The Personality of the Private Secretary." MARGARET LARKIN Archangel Gabriel, intercede for the Sodality of Nazareth Sodality Officers RUTH ANNE DAKIN Sofia! NANCY DINEEN Dramatic VIRGINIA BAUMAN Minion ALLENA LIPPA Piiblicify ORALEE KINCHI.ER Pizmb Coiimcl MARY LOUIS OW Lizdyhr MARJORIE NAYLOR Enclaizriffic HELEN DONOVAN Aporzolir SUZANNE DE PREZ C izlbolir Liierizizzre if 9 7 Eff ' Soclality Spiritual Activities AND I heard the voice of many Angels, say- ing: The Lamb that was slain is worthy to receive power, and divinity, and wisdom, and strength, and honour, and glory, and benedictionf' To the "Mother of the Lamb" on each fourth Sunday of May all loyal sodalists pay honor in a spiritual celebration con- ducted before shrines built by each class for Mary Mother, Queen of the Sodality, Queen of Nazareth. Temporary Altar tor all School Services 98 "Receive, O Lord, the gifts which we bring Thee in hon- our of Thy holy Angels, and grant in Thy mercy, that by their unceasing watchfulness, we may be delivered from present dangers and may at- i tain unto everlasting life' We cherish- more than thirty First Fridays our four annual retreats, feast day Masses, Sodality meetings, our auditorium chapel. aff r in , , N5 ,f ,V 5 f' , f ' 3 ,, 2 ts , K, .. . f . Ninn! 1 I THE angels of the Lord know how far too short eternity will prove, to exhaust the hymns that enumerate the wonders of God's saints. Nazareth joins the angelic choirs in honoring St. joseph. Wife remember- the morning Mass, the beautiful hymns, the sermon and the Bene- diction in the auditorium, the joy of a perfect day. In Charge of God's Angels NUMEROUS angels sing hymns of praise, round about St. joseph's shrine each day of the school termg but especially is this so on the feast of the patronage when the Sodality of Mary pays tribute to the dear Saint who is the model, the guide, the inspiration of our teachers. There are always special hon- ors for St. Joseph on his feast. An Outdoor Service out Si. Josepl1's Shrine 99 Ee LOUISE MASIELLO MILDRED HORN SUZANNE DEPREZ MILDRED LIST . ADELE CARMAN Catholic Action NAZARIETH SODALITY honors in extra-curricular activities include money prizes in the Columbus Youth Association Poster Contest by Louise Masiello, '41, and Mildred List, '39, statue of Our Lady in Sodality Union Essay Contest on "Why I am Proud to be a Sodalist" by Mildred Horn, 39, and picture awards in essay contests on the character tower and vocations to Suzanne DePrez, '39 and Adele Carman, '4i0. Anne V. Miller, '39, won first place at Nazareth in the essay contest conducted by Father Duffy for the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Symposium. Anne represented Nazareth at Aquinas and Auburn presentations. Her topic was "The Catholicity of the Churchf, Geraldine Iuppa, alternate, represented Nazareth in Elmira. Vocation prize win- ANNE V' MILLER nets for 1939 were Josephine Slattery, '41 and Dorothy Kunz, '4O. JEANNE COLLINS DOROTHY RUCKERT Catholic Prefi' Mwzllv Exhibit all 100 Ee Cfzfbolir C onrier C rmzzd e Parly Catholic Courier Crusade Captain, Betty Regan, enjoys the party given by the fifth and sixth grades to celebrate their victory in reaching a 250W goal for subscriptions for the diocesan weekly. CATHOLIC ACTION activities of the current year include also the following awards: Allena Lippa---Catholic School Press Associ- ation journalism Awardg Mary Kunz and Geraldine Iuppafsec- ond and third place in essay contest, conducted by the Confra- ternity of Christian Doctrineg Margaret O'Reilly and Eileen Cameronadrama award in parish finalsg Mariette W'ickes shows Rita Meyer the Stevens medal award. Mariette XVickes also won the prize essay contest on vocations conducted by Father Kleeman of St. Josephls Church. MARY KUNZ CSFRALDINE IUPPA EILEEN CAMERON ALLENA LIPPA MARGARIET O'REILLY MARIETTE WICKES RITA MEYER at 101 B+ Youth personified: A stunning but simple party dress of turquoise slip- per satin was worn by Miss Agnes Moynihan Full skirt, high waistline and angel-wing sleeves predomi- nated. Feminine loveliness was modeled by Miss Helen Donovan wearing ap- ple green transparent velvet with a bolero-lapin eve- ning Wrap and carrying angora evening mittens. 102 55:- MANNEQUINS . . . MODELS. Sodollity Fall Fashion Revue Sophisticated charm: A full pleated skirt and belt of gold trim with matching bracelet were the attrac- tive features of Miss Rosalie Cane- pals gown. MAKE-UP . . . MANNERS A parade of debonair youthfulness passed in revue at the annual fashion show sponsored by Mrs. Effie Harder Hunt of McCurdy and Company. Velvet elegance was expressed by Miss Mary Ritz modeling this stunning evening gown of black trans- parent velvet, featuring brilliant clips and bracelet to match. Prelude to poise is the lovely gown, worn by Miss Dorothy Maurer. All ready for a gala oc- casion is she in this de- lightful gown'-4 yards and yards of pink silk net over pink taffeta with a brief bunny jacket. EVENING GLORY REMEMBER-REMEMBER Youth at Yuletide DEEPENING shadows, glittering snow . . . silvery trees, soft golden light . . . scintillat- ing rhythms, lilting strains of the waltz . . . shimmering gowns, tinkling laughter . . . the smiling benediction of Mary, Queen of the Ball-this was the atmosphere of Naz- areth's annual Christmas dance sponsored by the Sodality. Mary Inez Ryan in all her "evening glory" greets us. Below is a group seen chatting gaily during the intermission -Mary McAvoy with joseph Maidg june Smith and Carl Boeselg Gloria Anderson and Richard Albrightg Anne Miller with Bob' McManusg Arline Fredette and jack Grifhng Ruth Kuchman and johnny Hausenauer. f-mf was mu mwah ive 1 ,f.- uimvxwfwwsa-,wwafgsufzwwffaf1r..tr,f-s --f' df Momenlr of Hozlrf for Yearr 0 Grave Merriman!- M em 01'y--- I nler-C lan Chat on Nzzmerozzs Youth at Yuletide ONCE before, Nazareth had thrilled to the loveliness of Dorothy Welch as she "tripped the light fantastic" in our annual fashion show. Here again in udebutante conquest" we see her. Below we have an inter-class chat when Senior Peggy O'Brien with june Clark, junior, and Marilyn Moore, Lu Gabel, and Kay Dowling, sophs, discusses the "who,', "when," "where," "what," and "why" of the dance. One wonders how they managed these moments away from the tall, gallant escorts. Tlaifzgr zf N ,fig L 3' P 41 5122-.,,:P ,igg25,.v,,,..m:... , ,g ' , wg? 3 ' 533. X Q1 , I , fm N im" f"iffeia:IgQ?q Qi, ,, .1 .Q 'Tfx---rr! K S1 w , , qw 4+ . 4, ,,-...4 5 1 ..-xv, X S 4? 3' 45- iw wi 'gags vb QE H Heart of Christmas Right: GLAD are the Christmas angels for generous help in bringing "peace" to men. This year Naz- areth sodalists had a varied program to offer. To the right, we see dresses made by the so-- dalists for friends in the South. Today some little negro girls have these calico printsg but at Christmas Baby Helen Torpey wanted the one made by big sister ,loang while Eleanor Fazio admired sister Carol as a stylist. Nancy decides for her black uniform, Helen Hofmayr thinks buttons and buckles just the thing. Cen- tered is the booth of merchandise in the play given by Juniors. Last is a "sitting out scene" from the Christmas dance. Opporile: FOUR freshmen prepare an altar cloth for a Rochesterian, Sister Jane, missionary at Edin- boro, Pennsylvania. Next are Lucille, Mary, Rosalie, Virginia and some hidden seniors, studying the use of Talon Fasteners for dresses. Mary jane McBride in shepherd costume shows us how to watch the star. The junior Sodalists gave this memorable pageant. In the center are jane Erdle, Betty Ward and Marjorie Naylor, having one long last look at the vestments made by the Eucharistic Unit to send also to Sister jane. FINALLY we see the Perosian Choir in practice for the Midnight Mass at Veteranis Hospital in Batavia. Twice thirty-five miles on Christmas Eve and early Christmas morn rode these so- dalists to sing Gregorian for the soldiers at the hospital. Fun and frolic, gaiety and giving, service and sacrifice,-these spell Christmas So- dality spirit at Nazareth. There echoes too, the angels' song of long ago-"Glory to God in the highest, peace to men of goodwill." -if 107 33- The Queen's Herald Distributors THE Sodality News Paper reaches all soda!- ists through a group of earnest distributors who are responsible for subscriptions in the home rooms. Senior carriers are Virginia Akey, Betty Kelliher, Marie Kalmbacker, Marjorie Slowe, Arline Fallon and Marie Leinberger. Distributors in Junior, Sophomore, and Freshman Home Rooms. f' 4 ZR E5 ,, E iw 3 fsf- s '-:: , ---, esegg ' ' R . 1 1 as ,hx 1.. - r .ur 4 1 qi al 108 ER .. . -1542451 - 5 . "Rv If-1 '- I Q . I. . , I H . 'tm ...- we R f.... .. CAROL RoLAND JEAN BOEHMER FRANCES ANSINI BETTY DOOLEY FLORENCE Cook MARGARET GEYSSENS ESTHER MARY BURKE JANE REH RUTH ROE CARRIE ZIEMNIAK KATHLEEN NORRIS VIRGINIA LEINAN RITA LOCKWOOD JANE GAFFNEY MARY JOHNSON ELIZABETH SLATTIERY RITA HILL MARY R. DoRAN JOSEPHINE REIDMAN MARGARET PRITCHARD ALLENA LIPPA Edilor in Chief, 1939 "Qz1ee11'r Henzldn X 'X-ll!-2 f foil is LW, . I g,x2W2:I..!Ai'1Ool c 2 1 O ,-new rn j o N xv . - f-at ri - ' 6 all slqflxxix V , T495 JP9 J "A mighty oak from a tiny acorn grew." A successful sodality paper from a wise thought is growing. NOVEMBER, 1934, marked the initial copy of "The Queen's Heraldf' Under the editing of Margaret Habalou the news- sheet took form. Mimeographed on legal-sized paper, it was graduated to colored mimeographed sheets of regular size in the following year. October, 1936 saw the "Herald" strengthening. Printed copies! Circulation increased. Today there is a distribution of approximately nine hundred copies. The underlying motive for "The Queen's Herald" was to publicize sodality work. Until today it strives to keep its finger on the pulse of the sodality-its primary motive still playing in view. Advertising pays. Does "The Queen's Herald" broadcast? For live years articles on Catholic action, true Catholic spirit, and "think-straight--Hspeak straight-act straight principles" have vibrated over a network of printed lines-lines highly electrified with Sodality Spirit from the beginning. "Come my lips and wide proclaim the Blessed Virgin's spotless fame!" is an appropriate maxim for the forerunner of Mary-"The Queen's Herald." Helen Bauman, Mildred, and Eliza- TYPlSfS,+MHfg3fCt, Jennie and Ioan beth, reporters, look over copy for the make copyg Helen Flugel studies heads final issue. and leads in preparation. fEf109l9e . s ff H . . 1 j I W 1.2 My ' Vu, 1, Q 5 ,, ' w u X ,R,, , ffvf Z7 'f' f ' U, Za! is V R N -if . fT?'-T JN-fi"-+.....L1:.,:-1 lk igXX1XxQt!Tg5w ,, Q .Mix v . Conversation with an Angel IT IS a benign angel that presides over the business relations of Rochester merchants and business offices in general. To him goes a special vote of thanks from the Class of 1939 for his inspirational guidance which brought a sufiicient budget to make the twenty- seventh volume of "The Lanthorn" a success. Here are some things he told regarding our advertisers: "There are no friends like the old friends." Some of the 1939 patrons have helped Nazareth for twenty-four consecutive years. Turn to pages 117, 120, 135, 141. fCatholic Courier, Ryan and Mclntee, Sam Gottry Carting, George C. Schaefer, jeweler, Trant's Book Store.j "Speaking of friends reminds one of beauty because a true friendship is beautiful. Speaking of beauty reminds one of this engraving. Where-oh, where is such work done? See page 113 fCulver Herald.j " ,I vlf, now, your wish is to make faith the corner stone of your educa- tional life and to develop to the utmost creative abilities and truly NUM liberal tastes, then make your decision by page 115 fNazareth Col- S , lege-J" fi 11,1 J 1 ll .Knowing where to tap is almost as important as knowing where TE., to look." A Ml 1 :Q iw . 1 1 1 Eff KNOWING NWI-IERE TO TAP Recently, in the plant of a Rochester manufacturer, an intricate machine broke down in the middle of rush production of a big order. Local mechanics could not find the trouble. A hurry call was dispatched to New York for an expert. -af 1101? The expert came, looked the machine over, and said, "Let me have He poked the hammer carefully past a maze of gears, and tapped ge. Withdrawing the hammer, he said, "Try it." It worked. The machine began to run. The expert returned to New York and st a bill for 35603. The manufacturer was furious. "lt's highway robbery," he cried, and demanded an item- ized account. Here is what the expert submitted: To tapping three times with a hammer at S1 per tap, .,.. . S5 3 To knowing where to tap ,....... ,... ..,...,..,.,..,, ,........... . . . 35600 "Perhaps experts don't always get 3600 for knowing where to tap, but readers always get a pleasant surprise for knowing where to look. See page 118 QR. B. lj " "Many dear friends of angelic hosts appeared in the most popular book of poetry used by Nazareth students this year. See page 137 fMint by Nightj " A brief interval passed during which the angel did not speak. The thought came that this interview was over. But finally he spoke again, " IS, 6, 7' are magic numbers when one says 'Stone' before them. Try it or turn to page 144 fArt Print Shopj " "Do you know that the angel pictures on pages 4 and 5 are Beuronese prints available at Liturgical Press, Collegeville, Minnesota?" "Do you know where one may find many Nazareth girls daily between three-thirty and four?" See page 114 QCentury Sweet Shop.j Finally, he showed me innumerable pictures all bearing the stamp of time, patience, fore- thought. The secret is told on page 117 fFurlong.j Now he is gone. It was a conversation monologue-g one does not speak when an angel whispersg one ponders and renders thanks while the winged messenger speeds heaven- wa rd. 'XX X a LUM ' x. , W4 fs, 7. X S 5, 'O L 6 2 ' L X o as f M l ol ,A -. 1- W tx hip ,Vg - l. L ' . vgq W1 bt! X 45TH Aff, 51411153 EVA SCHREINER, Part Preridemf MARY RIECAN O'BRIEN, Claw of '23 DOROTHY GOODWIN, Clair of '31 GRACE KEENAN Margaret Boland Gertrude Collins Bernice Desmond Smith Mary E. Goschar Mary Mance Betty Fitzpatrick Geraldine Keenan Beatrice Lane Dorothy Kridel Dorothy Miller Rita Aldrich Dorothy Schmidt Mary Bemish Rita Bodensteiner Rita Callan Dorothy Boeff Mary E. Donohue Eileen Eberhardt Gertrude Peter Margaret Dorsey Grace Bosaits Dorothy Derleth Anna Grant Mary Louise Guider june Koch Mary Helen O'Reilly Owen Keenan . . . Mrs. Betty Bingemer . Dr. james E. Shea . . . Dr. George A. Swagler . Russell Woolworth . . Koetter and Sayre . . Mrs. Frank Bogdan . . Smalline Drug Company . Charles and Mable Englert Mr, and Mrs. Peter LePage Miriam Hadlock . . . Verne M. Lahey . . . Alumnae Patrons Clary of 1935 Evelyn Koerner Betty Slyck Frances Burke Rosena Campbell Clays of 1936 Eileen Neary Dorothy Sheridan Verna Stilfler Rosemary Weiss Mary Frances White Rosemary Bauman Thelma Behr Carmelita Culhane Clary of 1937 Ada Belle Ford Mary Frances Gilligan Loretta Hayes Rita Hofmayr Evelyn Holland Jeanne Kinchler Ruth McCarthy Mildred McBurney Clair of 1938 Althea Osterman Teresa Specksgoor Evelyn Pallott Mary Prendergast Ruth Roland Roberta Predmore Harriett Walton Bernardine Baier Clementine Barbati Other Friefzdr MRS. NAN CLEARY MCSHEA, Claw o ROsE FLYNN, Clazrr of '27 HELEN GOODWIN, Clam of '31 , PI'6J'jtl167Zf, '38, '39 Miriam Yahn Anna Mae Foley Mildred Neary Rita Adams Geraldine Haege Eleanor Woerner Rita Fleming Arline Furlong Estelle Reh Catherine Mowle Leona McGrath Bernardine McGregor Mary McKenna Helen McLean Mary Kathryn Sharpe Ruth Weismiller Mary Jane Ward Catherine Meisenzahl Mary Lou Curtin Mary Jane Maid Ieanette Beiter Adelaide Hill Mildred Curtin Cecilia Wegman Jean Dunnigan . . . Father of Marjory, '39 . Mother of Eleanor, '39 . Friend of Mildred List, '39 Friend of Mildred List, '59 . Friend of Catherine Seward, '39 . Friend of Catherine Statt, '39 . Mother of Virginia, '39 Friend of Catherine Statt, '39 Friends of Girls of Mother of Sorrows Parish Friends of Girls of Mother of Sorrows Parish Friend of Girls of Mother of Sorrows Parish Friend of Kathleen Smith, '41 at 112 Jaf- f '08 Xi, Your M0191 in picture lmvef nothing untold . . AN ELECTRIC-ETCH HALFTONE ARTISTS ANDPHOTO ENGRAVERS U B R +ENGRAVIILQ?COMPANY INCORPORATED H E R H L D I D. sz c. BLfQ.5iN6T 59 MAIN sT. EMROCHESTEK N. Y. See page 110 45113 Ee 0000000000 0000000000 A meeyeege to the 000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000 O co I3 C+ .G P"t N41 'S co co PT Us D' CD 'O UU W' 4.5. E3 55 S: O 'Sli EE H5 me QCD 52 D' 4 FU UNDERGRADUATES and ALUMNAE NAZARETH ACADEMY i i i Make the o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o O o "VW 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000 . . your clown town meeting plezee i i i oooooo i 1 oooooo Good food . . . good service . . . popular prices . . . pleasant surroundings 200000O0000000000000000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ?0000000000000000000000000000 Delicious Ice Cream made on premises Air Conditioned for your comfort Seepagelll iii 114 I-3+ 00000000000000000000000000000000000090000000000O000000000 20000000000 0000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O000000000000O0000000000O0O00000000000000O00000000000O0000000000000000000O0000000000000 NAZARETI-I CQLLEGE for the f HIGHER EDUCATION of WOMEN ROCHESTER, NEW YORK -8J'CiDiJ:wCJi':-8Ji':-EJi'r T3fQDiflDASi'JfE-iDfC!DifZDfifi'J'E Courses leading to the degrees 5 BACHELOR OF ARTS AND BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Teachers Course accrediting for any teaching in the State' Secretarial Training offered as 1 pre- requisite for the better business positions' The Science Course prepares for positions in medical and industrial laboratories' Foundation courses for Social Service a growing field of opportunities' An elementary Library Course a founda- tion for training for library service' Clmfteted by the LECISLATURL OI THE STATF OF NEW YORK and tegzffeteu' by the STATI BOARD OF RECENTS -CJ"iw1Df'Ct-Z3'ft?'-i'7'EwfJfEi'i'Jf'Ew'3ff' Jf'EiD"Ei'EJfifiDfSi' -KDS? Accredited member of the National Catholic Ifduca ional Association Association of Col leges of the Middle States and Maryland Associa ion of American Colleges American Council on Education Association of Col leges of the State of New York 00 Resident ond Defy Students Seepagezlo , , . 7 . 7 4 7 4 7 Y 3 , 1 L K 3 . ' . , h e ' . g .. - 9 A . ' L a 3 . .JT E .4115 15+ Zooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 9 o 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 o 9 o 0 o 9 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 42 0 o 0 o 9 - - 0 0 0 9 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 o 2 0 o 2 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 2 o o ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo0 omplzments 0 the QM Lad 52. azareth cflcademy G . f SQQDHLITY N -:sf 116529 0 2 0 3 O s O O O O O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 3 2 2 FURLONG STUDIO ii 5 2 Z Z 0 Plootogmpherr for O 0 O 3 YK !, g 3 THE LANTHORN . 2 g 2 0 O O g 27 CLINTON AVENUE SOUTH g 2 3 O O Z 3 3 3 O O Z See page 111 2 O 0 O O O 0 Z 3 O O iz ZLCHZLE 00716 2 3 Ed l Z 2 O O O 0 0 O 0 . . . 0 3 in the best of Catholic thought and Catholic Action 2 2 by reading the news and views of things Catholic in Z 2 your own diocesan newspaper . . . published weekly 2 o . 1 . O 0 for the Catholic eo le of the entire Rochester Dio- O Q P P 0 2 cese. Read the . . . 2 O O Z 55 2 , ,, . ff' 37,4 3 2 Q If QE f . 3 2 Qta hu uurm 3 3 Z O O Z 3 E The Influential Newrjmper of the Rocfaerrer Diocexe E 0 0 E See page 110 E 3 2 000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC? 4f1i73a+ 000O0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00OO00000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000 o 0 o Z Stone 1968 Stone 1969 2 0 0 0 o Z Rochester Distributors of Ring-free Motor O11 2 3 2 0 o Z HADLOCK PAINT CO., INC. 3 0 o 2 o 0 o g PAINTS, OILS, GLASS and ROOFING 3 0 o 3 466 - 470 CENTRAL AVENUE ROCHESTER, NEW YORK 2 o 3 3 o 0 o 2 E 2 They are New in Shape and Flavor 3 2 o 0 o 0 o 5 RPEAKO 2 0 3 3 O 1 O O F L A T H 0 TS O o O o O o 3 Z O QA . 2 Z ' W f 2 Q y Qff,..s,,, QAIWZY COOKED, SKINLESS 3 o . ia ff 6' M Nf l? as -E ' Iftf, WW 4 1, 0 . o 3 ' Q t'Hff 1wSfg4c Q .. ,, lust heat and serve. O 2 K W SI. it 'FHM .f 1 ' 0 K C wv2'i'?PI 1 - - 3 Will not sem' from roll. 2 o - We A 'jgif .. 0 0 0 TT O Q O 2 ROCHESTER PACKING CO., INC., ROCHESTER, NEW YORK 3 0 o O o 0 O 3 KNOWING WHERE TO TAP E 0 0 See page 111 O 2 There's a difference in jobs. Minor job-holders get paid for what they DO. Holders of big 2 o jobs get bid for what they -KNOW.' 4 D I . 3 0 Your high school training has given you a solid foundation upon which to build a store of O 2 specialized knowledge that will enable you to hold a BIG job-to "know where to tap." 0 0 RBI has been training men and women for big jobs for 75 years. RBI graduates are holding O 2 big jobs all over the country Today. They will fill the big iobs of Tomorrow. Do YOU want one? 3 3 Let's talk it over. Write or phone us. There is no Obligation. 3 0 DEAN OF ADMISSIONS 2 0 O 0 0 g ROCHESTER BUSINESS INSTITUTE 3 E 172 CLINTON AVENUE SOUTH . . . ROCHESTER, NEW YORK 2 3 PHONE MAIN 3869 2 0 o goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooog 625 118 lg' F 0 O O 0 O 0 0 0 O O O O 0 O O O 0 O O 0 O O O O O O O 0 O O O 0 0 0 O O O O O 0 0 O O 0 O O O O O O O O O O 0 O O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O O 2 Z 2 Z Z LEARN TO DANCE 2 O Fox Trot Waltz Tango Rhumba etc. O O Q 9 l 7 Q 2 Nazareth Girls 2 0 A A Are offered excellent Opportunities to acquire 0 2 proficiency in following different partners. 3 2 D A N N G Private Lessons by Appoinfmeni 2 47 ' Our dancing parties, with certain restrictions, 0 2 ruddy and Saturday Evening! are open to the public, but in order to main- 2 0 tain our high standard Of patronage, we re- o 2 serve the right to exclude Or eject those whom 2 3 FORMED FREQUENTLY it is not advisable to serve. 2 O In modern ballroom dances O o o 2 Register in advance 80 WEST MAIN STREET MAIN 5383 2 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 3 I Grover A. CIicquennoi,Pre5. 3 5 so ' 1 1 2 0 . yr I f Y, E l fig 0 0 . F' ,,f,,E' Y 15559 5 5 5 bi -4:5 ' 9 O 0 E29 s:..:1,1:1g::1:f:s.:... .1iiE2Eii5Eg:g:gQ2g1,.gs52Q.,.,.,. O 3 , . 3 o o o o o o 3 Z Z Z Z Z 0 ' H ' 'I 0 O O 3 mgztra nuwrm g 3 Q O 2 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION E Z ROCHESTER DIVISION 3 o 2 Offers You AR' O 0 Your Opportunity. A Registered University Degree in fxa 0 Q . . . . . "Dew 0 0 2 Business Administration, preparing for - i t Z O 0 oi o X C. P. A. EXAMINATIONS 'Ql"n,, c E 3 ENTRANCE TO LAW SCHOOL 'ah 0 O O 3 EXECUTIVE POSITIONS IN BUSINESS X o Z 1 TEACHING COMMERCIAL SUE ECTS IN HIGH SCHOOL 0 O 3 o 2 Summer Semester-July 6 2 0 Fall Semester-Sept, 26 2 o . . I o For Information Write 2 2 0 o 2 THE REGISTRAR o o X 50 CHESTNUT STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 1124 3 o O 0 0 0 O O 0 0 O 0 O O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 O O O O O O O O O O 0 O O 0 O O O O 0 O O O 0 O O O O 0 O O O O O O 0 O 0 O O O O O O O O 0 O af 119 E+ 000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 000000 oo -Q Q S o Best Wishes to the Graduation Class 0 oo ooooooooooooooooooo . 0 'gh . Nl I-Q , oooooooooooooooooooo MARY JANE and GERTRUDE COLLINS LUCAS 84 DAKE C0 INC INSURANCE 000000000000 0000 000000000000000000 31 Exchange Street Rochester, N. . QLINCOLN ALLIANCE BANK BUILDING, MAIN 938-939 ooo-oooooooooooooooooo G3 'JU LTI LTI O E11 'U D' PU Z D' I O T" D' 'JU W cn O Z E? U F11 Z O D' '-I U1 va ooooooooooooooooooooo GEORGE BRIDGEMAN COAL 8: COKE AT NORTH GREECE Phone Hilton 319-F-15 Prompt deliveries to all parts of City as well as to 50000000000000000000000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O C O 0 C 0 0 C C 0 C C C C C O C 0 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 47 . 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? C? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? O0000000000000000000000000000 I George C. Schaefer Charles G. Schaefer Edward Bauman GEORGE C SCHAEFER COMPANY Formely Schaefer 84 Hartel 8 MAIN STREET EAST WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY and SILVERWARE Phone: MAIN 6746 Exclusive Agents for Nazareth Rings f.S'ee page 110 +3 120 lie F O O 2 THE YATES COAL CO. 5 O E ANTHRACITE and BITUMINOUS E 3 Also COKE 2 E Orders solicited for private residences, apartments and buildings. 3 2 Deliveries made under the personal supervision of Superintendent. 2 0 2 Boardr and Ciznzfaf med for proteclion 2 3 Q Z Phones: Stone 450, Stone 451 2 Z 612 Lincoln-Alliance Bank Building General Oiicice: 183 Main St. E. 2 E A E 3 0 X Ark for 2 3 0 2 ROCHESTER QUALITY SCHOOL SUPPLIES E 2 "VALUE FIRST' ' Q 3 Q E f E E Mnnufaftured by E O 2 ROCHESTER STATIONERY CO. E E 2 2 Z 3 A Treat In H eat 2 3 Rheo-Laundefed HI-HEAT COAL 2 Z Z 2 "' 3 O O 3 LANGIE FUEL SERVICE, INC. 3 O 0 E Stone 4000 2 o 0 O 0 Z 2 Z 3 5 FRANK H. DENNIS STORES, INC. gg 0 3 0 0 O O 3 WHOLESALE CONFECTIONERS 2 3 . . Z 3 If zfs Coon CANDY, we have zz! 3 2 Z 2 . Z 3 Main 506 25 OTSEGO ST. 3 O O O O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000000000 -Qefizilsv QO00000000000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 3 Z 0 3 2 2 if N. E. GWEN SERVICE STORE 5 O O o E 1640 LAKE AVE. OPP. KODAK PARK 5 O 3 E GLENWOOD 235 2 O O o 5 MOHAWK TIRES EXIDE BATTERIES 2 if g Z O o 2 C. SOLON KELLQGG IN C. 2 0 3 Z COAL AND COKE 3 2 o g 2 2, 55 Canterbury Road 700 Exchange Street Z 3 MONROE 7850 E 25 2 0 O A o 2 Z 2 Keep it in your Refrigerator y A E 0 1 4, . I in O O q O .2 ' PHn.co 5 0 1 3 ,.m.mI,,K gives you new heights of if 2 I I i radio enjoyment o 2 In Slerzlzzed Bolllef 2 2 "Buy from your favorite dealer ir 2 0 in the Handy 6 Bottle Carton." 2 2 coNsERvADoR 5 0 2 brings you the finest 3 2 electric refrigeration 3 2 ' 2 3 COCA-COLA sou: BY LEADING sron-:s O 2 Bottling Corp. X O E Distributed by E O o 2 BEAUCAIRE, Inc. 2 E 228-30 BROADWAY 2 if A. L. ANDERSON S4 SONS y V 5 Q W 0 O o 00000000O0OOO0OOOO0000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO +24 122 iz:- Zooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 A 0 3 T I-I E E G G L E S T O N 3 Q o Z 2 3 E. A. Dentinger Ward 3 3 , . E fi Air Conditioned 3 Q , Q 3 The jinert tbmgr to eat g 3 A Z O 2 47 CLINTON AVENUE SOUTH ROCHESTER, N. Y. Z Z 3 0 0 0 o 2 HAMBURGERS Z 0 o 2 Outsell every other Sandwich .IALIES T- MURRAY 2 2 in the United States and 3 3 , ,, , PHARMACY 3 2 Every one knows it's RITZ 2 2 in Rochester for your KODAK SUPPLIES 2 0 favorite humburgers 0 0 o 2 ,I ,k ,k 492 LYIELL AVE. ROCHESTER, N. Y. E o E PORTLAND AVENUE AT NORTON 2 Z Z Z ' Z 3 VALLEY ICE CREAM EHMANN MARKET 2 . o E For those who imtinftively Since 1890 2 0 reek the bei! 0 2 obmimzble today in Jo few placef CHOICE MEATS 2 o FISH, POULTRY, VEGETABLES 2 o i' 2 3 Prompt deliveries. Variety of flavors 5 2 2 :Emd combinations. Special molds O h ' A . 0 2 or Ome entertaining , 1105 LYELL AVE., COR. GLIDE 0 0 75 C6ntS the quart, 40 cents the pint. Z 0 V 2 1490 LAKE AVE. GLEN 834 Glenwood 5102 E 2 o 2 Q 0 Z 3 Buyer for Charter 3 2 o Z Consider the Advanta es of Charterin a Bus from Z 0 . g . . . g O 2 the Standpoints of Sociability, Economy, Conven- 3 E ience, and Safety. ANY TIME. 3 Z if af f E 0 3 Phone Main 4200 267 STATE STREET, ROCHESTER, N. Y. E E ROCHESTER RAILWAYS CO-ORDINATED BUS LINES, INC. 2 O 3 3ooooOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooo +3123 134- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000000000 Z 2 X Z g GOOD LIGHTING 3 2 I S A L WA Y S 5 X IN SEASON 2 Z Z 3 3 2 Get an I. E. S. Lamp. Every home 2 2 needs one or more of them. Good 2 2 eyesight should be kept good Complimemj of 2 2 through proper 11ght for readlng 2 2 and sewing tasks. 2 3 - J. P. BOYLAN g X See the I. E. S. Lamp 2 2 Display on our Main 2 0 Floor - 89 East Ave. 0 o o o o 2 0 2 o o Z Z 3 ROCHESTER g 5 GAS Sf ELECTRIC CORP. Q o o o o o o o . o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o om :men I 0 3 C I' I j 3 E Compliment! P 2 o 2 W'ARD'S HARDXX7 ARE 2 3 PENNANT OIL 85 GAS CO. . 3 2 567 JEFFERSON AVE. 2 o 0 o o o o O O o o o 0 o o o o 2 Z 2 A STUDENTS' STORE 2 2 FOI' YOLII' Teas, PEIITICS, LL1l'1CI'1COI1S BQQKS AND Slyppupg 2 2 for lhe W0z',e 2 2 Sew? Club Cmfkeff SPORTING GOODS AND GAMES 2 2 for the Play 3 2 ENGRAVING, PRINTING AND DECORATION 2 2 ONTARI0 BISCUIT COMPANY for the Sofia! Fmzrliofzf 2 0 o 2 "Supreme Bakers" ' 2 2 S C R A N T O M ' S Z 0 o 0 o 000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO -if 124 Br- F oo o o o 0 0 0 o 0 o o o o 0 o o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 o O o 0 0 0 o o o 0 o o o o o o 0 0 o o 0 o o -O o 0 o o o 0 0 o 0 fr oo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO 000 ROCHESTER BOOK BINDERY LIBRARY Rnd MAGAZINE BINDING 165 - 173 ST. PAUL STREET Gold Stnnzloing Book Binding Complimentx KEYSTONE BUILDERS SUPPLY O0 OOO Complimenlf of 000 00 0KXX 0 g JOSEPH J. BUCKLEY 3 Z Z 2 FUNERAL DIRECTOR VOGTS STORE 2 o o O DRY GOODS A f E 796 Dewey Avenue Glenwood 4906 969 CLINTON AVENUE NORTH E 2 Main 1513 2 E E 2 ROLLER SKATE AT MAGG5 Z 2 ICE CREAM AND CATERING 3 Q The ARENA 732 EAST MAIN STREET 2 O Stone 621 - 622 o o 3 87 STONE STREET U76 Cater to Srfaool Funrtiom 3 o Y o Z 3 1 I' . CHARLOI TE BEAUTY SHOP CW' "M" of 3 o MILLER BROTHERS o 3 725 MONROE AVENUE 2 3 Monroe 3667 474 LYELL AVENUE 2 o o 3 Z 2 Z 3 HARRIS NUSBAUM 3 g DEPARTMENT STORE g o o 2 Complimmj of 221-229 JOSEPH AVENUE 3 2 4 Mend of Open Eneningf 3 o o 2 MARJORIE KEENAN SPECIAL DISCOUNTS T O ALL GRADUATES 2 2 For the Young Girl Graduate 2 X Graduation dresses and all accessories. 3 o . o o Spend! order! taken o 3 Come in and make YOUR Ieleciion. 2 o o o o 0000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO4OOO000000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 62412512- OOOOOO000009990000O0O0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O o E Cadillac - La Salle - Pontiac Reliable Used Cars EZ o , 2 5 ou, will love Cl 2 O 2? 2 L A S A L L E ' 0 o ' 2 O 2 It hm every Fine Car feature except high price 5 O Ti 0 0 2 THE VALLEY CADILLAC CORPORATION E 2 Dirtribiitors and Deizlerf 2 E 333 East Avenue Stone 520 2 2? 5 2 Rheumatic, Neuritis, Arthritis E h. . M . 3 2 Or Sinus Sufferers Vffyf mg In uslc 0 0 and 3 O . if Remltr Gizezrfiizleeii or Money Refunded Musical Instruments E 3 - ' 2 O o 5 MAID DRUG COMPANY, Iiic. WALKER MUSIC STORE 2 E 511 DEWEY AVENUE 544 MAIN STREET EAST if E R ' ' O 5 Glenwood 974 Established 1885 Xpert epamng Stone 899 2 3 Z O 0 0 3 2 Your shoes are the most important 2 2 part of your Costume. Buy 2 5 them first. Complimentf 2 0 A 2: 2 SCHMANKES BROWNBILT LOUIS JACOBSON Z O o H E T RE E S O S O 57 SPRING STREET E O E 1480 DEWEY AVENUE 2 3 3 O o 0 o 0 0 O O 0 Z 3 Compliment! of 0 0 . O 0 Complimeiitr of 2 2 THE CURTIN AGENCY 3 O E mum' Eakmlg GENERAL INSURANCE 2 O 5 592 NORTH STREET GRANITE BUILDING 2 0 0 X Stone 3519 E 2 0 2 Z OOOQQQQQQQQQOOOQQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000000 o '1Ef126Bf- OO00000000000OO00000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 000000000OOOOOOO00000OO000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO QUALITY OPTICAL SERVICE F. H. GERHARD CO. 69 EAST MAIN STREET Compliment! of PRICE'S FISH MARKET, INC. OYSTERS, CLAMS LAKE AND OCEAN FISH 'lr 385 MAIN STREET EAST Rochester, N. Y. NORBERT E. VAY FUNERAL DIRECTOR a04 MAPLE ST. GENESEE 5938 HETZLER BROS CO , Inc ICE COAL COKE 'kit 801 DRIVING PARK AVE Phone Glen 446 447 -Y E.. Ofice Systems-Supplies Steel Desks-Files Steel Storage and Shelving Equipment YAWMANANDERBE MPGGJ. 41 CHESTNUT STREET C om pl im enlf 0 f WATTS DRY CLEANING Co. GENESEE 614 Compliment! 0 4 fiend 0 MAR JORIE NAYLOR an ELIZABETH REGAN Ben' Wifnes to Nazareth Class of 1939 af af Ir HONORABLE HAROLD P BURKE -'El 127 15+ O O O O O O O 'N 0 O O O 0 O O O O O O O O O O O O O . . I O O O O O O O O O O ' O O O O ' O o ' O 0 I 0 Q O 9 O 0 ' 0 0 O O ' O 9 O 0 . 0 0 O Q O 0 O Q O Q O 0 0 0 O Q O Q O Q O Q 0 9 O 9 O 0 O 0 0 Q O 0 'Ns 0 0 3 O . F' 2 O o Od 0 0 Z 0 o NT 0 0 O o , 2 O 0 0 0 O Q O 0 Z O Q 0 0 3 P 0000 O0 O00000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000 OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 2 We Deliver Main 3184 EILIPPONE BROTHERS Cmfffmeffff 0 FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AT THEIR BEST 25 EAST AVENUE A if af 966 CLINTON AVENUE NORTH ARTISTRY LOCATION SERVICE Complelely Air-Conditioned We keep in step with the new Hower LECKINGER S vogues. Every arrangement we create has style and distinction. Only the highest quality flowers are used. J. B. KELLER SONS INC. 28 Clinton Ave. N. Stone 484 SHOES 43 CLINTON AVENUE NORTH - MONROE 50 N. J. MILLERIS SON FUNERAL DIRECTOR 706 SOUTH AVENUE Rochester, N. Y. HEDGES AND HOFFMAN 141 SCIO STREET lilllllllllllIIlllllI""'.rwI1c.e 'lll "SatiJfied Patrom 0 Q se g ommvf Q uns C eqgfi Are Our Bert Adzfefftiremenln cpu 0 ,nX0'4,N,pf" Qfqhgxylngge-morkueri I A 18 GEORGE E. SPIEGEL at SON .3ggg'Rehji ew' ARCH SUPPORT SPECIALISTS . Y sefvce 1210 ST. PAUL ST. ROCHESTER, N. Y. DQHALLURAI Glenwood 4731 -1Ef128lE+ 'mooneqis 7llli20l0f9,00!CbM ws vtvnoum Ave soum-vuouf mm m OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO000000OOOOOOOO0OO00O0000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o O o 0 O O o O 0 o o o o 0 o ' o I 0 o o o o N- o o O O 0 , o O o o o o o 0 Q o o o o o o o o - O o o o 'U' 0 0 o o o - MN O 0 o o o 0 o o o o ? 000000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0OO000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 000000O0O00OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOV 0 O O . 0 E Church Furniture and Supplies WILLIAM F' PREDMORE it 3 ,, Z 3 ROCHESTER 3 E NQVELTY WQRKS, INC. SCHOOL SUPPLIES, RELIGIOUS E 0 ARTICLES, CHURCH GOODS 0 2 Ahznzzfacturers 2 0 O o 'A' o 3 485 HAGUE STREET 2 2 GENESEE 3212 S 93 STATE STREET 2 O O O 0 O 0 Q 2 jg GEORGE B. WHELEHAN Phone Z 2 Spencerport 35-W Z 2 ' 2 2 -1N5URANCE- WALKER BROS. COMPANY O O 3 AUTO-EIRE-BONDS-LIEE 3 O O Q if FUNERAL SERVICE 3 O 3 CHARLOTTE 170 2 E 3511 LAKE AVE. ROCI-IESTER, N. Y. SPENCERPORT ' CHURCHVILLE E 3 E O O O 0 2 ' 2 3 Best Wishes HAHN-SHAPIRO CO. 2 O 5 to GASOLINE and OILS . 2 E A11 Nazareth Students 4 4 4 EE O O o from Q 3 770 RIDGE ROAD WEST g 3 SHERIFF ALBERT SKINNER Rochester, New York g Z Z 2 Z 3 X O O 2 Z O O O O 3 C0llIlDli77Z6lZf.f H A R T , S 2 3 of a friend of E Z ROCHESTER,S GREATEST GROCERS 0 g LORETTA KUPPINGER g Z ii O O O O 0 O O O O O 2000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000000000OQQOOQQOOQOQQQQQQOOOQOQOQOQOOO A25 129 EE CC gCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCOCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCOCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC C C C C O C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C MICHAEL I EMMA OflglHal Emma Flrm The Funeral Church PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS 1481 LAKE AVENUE Corner Rxdgeway 800 LAKE AVENUE Rochester, N. Y. B O U C H E R FLOWERS Rochester, N. Y. 437 CLINTON AVE N MAIN 4147 DAVIS DRUG COMPANY CLEARY STATIONS, INC. 422 MAIN STREET EAST 529 THURSTON ROAD C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC Say Il Wzth Our Floweu Glenwood 1240 ARMEN LOWERS 351 DRIVING PARK AVE Rochester N Y THE CRESCENT PURITAN LAUNDRY INC 1630 DEWEY AVENUE Main 428 - Main 429 T. R. Huber Electrical Co., Inc. For Things Electrical 68 SOUTH AVENUE Rochester, N. Y. Complimentf of CARROLL RADIO SALES Inc. O C C C C C C C 2 O C C - C . C C C .' C C ' 0 ' . C C C C ' o C . 5 O . H C C . C C C C C C C C C C C A C T o C C C C C . C C I , O 0 1. W O C v C ' o C ' C C ' . C C C - " 0 C C C I C C C C wif 150 3131+ F 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 E F11 55 CI O 'E 8 5 E 2 EN Q. 00 00 3 Plumbing, Heating, and Tinsmithing FURRIERS AND TAILORS 2 E Hardware, Paints, and Glass To GENZEWOMEN 2 E ak READY TO WEAR CLOTHES E E 773 LAKE AVE. COR. LEXINGTON 39 EAST AVENUE E 2 Glenwood 261 Rochester, N. Y. Rochester, New York 3 0 0 000 0490 Z JACKSON - BAILEY Inc. 3 o o 2 Compliments of 2 000000000000 'K 000000000000 Just Better IHC. ICE CREAM and SHERBET GENERAL CONTRACTOR 'A' 7O0H ll b k . R h . 501 THURSTON RD. GENESEE 7100 0 Cn ec St OC ester N Y 00000000000 'Ti O H 'U N H E. F1 C h- N H 'U C WU - Q 000000000 2 ANTHONY W. CULHANE 2 HAFNER 2 Z HOME LAUNDRY INC. F 2 0 UNERAL HOME ooo XJ XO XD CU E Z "I O Z D' 4 FU Z O W P-I I oooo 00000000000000000000000000000000 T 5 S53 rv fm gw Egg S25 z 1QZ,PU,,n 3. on n-1 EHE35 Wm gg mgz L-nr' X. S'Dwf"'U 90 MOU-lg FHUS mim O swii E3 R.. r-1 O E UU n-4 2 Sb 5 E WG E 4: 93 5' H1 QD, P1 +A 2 2 C5 SEI'-U20 wQ"g-gun QQ 713' 2 E4 Q rn 4:2 Q U3 P1 E33 Z P-4 5 000000000000000000000000000000 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 0 C 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 0 49 C7 4? 47 4? 4? 4? C? 4? 3 49 45 4? 45 40 Cb 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 45 45 4? 4? 47 47 47 4? 45 0 - 45 4? 4? 45 O . 4? 4? 4? 45 4? I -,2f131IZ+ 00000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O O O 0 2 MAIN 4894 2 2 CHARLES A- TUCKER PERDUE Sr COMPANY 2 2 INCORPORATED 2 0 CHURCH GOODS , 0 2 Engineers-Contractors 2 E 81 EAST AVENUE 'lr x A' E 2 qNext door to Gas 82 Electric Bldg Heating - Ventilating - Plumbing E 0 E Rochester, N. Y. R' 'A' 'k E 3 65 BROAD ST. ROCHESTER, N. Y. 3 O O 0 0 O O 2 . ,, 2 g CHAS. P, MEAD .st SONS, INC. EWWUW8 fm W GM en 3 O 0 2 " Z 0 Wholesale Paper g Z Twine, Bags, and Paper Supplies HART 31 VICK S Z ,, Z Z SEED STORE 2 2 568 - 574 ST. PAUL STREET 3 O 0 2 Main 2332 Rochester, N. Y. 2 2 CORNER OF STONE AND ELY STREETS 2 2 2 O O 3 Z o MAIN 1152 0 O O Z Z 2 Complimmu of ROSSNER BROS. 2 Z 3 3 DWYER ELECTRIC COMPANY Dfffffbfffm of 3 Z PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES 2 2 252 TREMONT STREET Z 0 O O , O 2 124 NORTH ST. ROCHESTER, N. Y. 2 Z 3 O O O i O 2 2 2 "FOR EVANS SAKEU U 2 3 Compliments of 2 2 Buy Dependable Fuels 3 E COAL-R G 22 E COKE-FUEL OIL SAM SAVARINO E 3 Fw COMMUNITY POULTRY STORE 3 Q - 0 2 456 NORTH STREET E 2 2 2 Pozzltry Dreffed Free 2 2 431 Smith St. Main 3301-3302-420 E O 0 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0OOO0000000000O000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO at 132 lef- 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n O 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 O 0 0 O O 0 O 0 0 O O O O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 0001 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000000000000000000000000000000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOO0000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO We Telegraph Flower: Compljmmn of BLANCHARD FLORIST JOHN H- GARNHAM 58 LAKE AVENUE GROCERY Rochester, N. Y. 825 DEWEY AVENUE HAUBNER AND STALLKNECHT Successors to john C. Rossenbach Compliment-r .k of the parent! of FUNERAL DIRECTORS KATHERINE E, MAYER 'k GENESEE 300 828 JAY ST. M Iuppa Constructxon CO Inc MUTUAL INSURANCE Save Safely 20676 to 307 GENERAL CONTRACTORS at if -A' 264 MAGEE AVENUE Rochester N Y BERT DEWITT O Glenwood 1587 Gramte Bldg Rochester N Y Qualrty Rrchness Comphmmn 0 Supreme Puflfy SCANLON LEWIS GENERAL TIRES BLUE BOY DAIRY 264 EAST AVENUE Rochester N Y Phone MONROE 3222 . ., . 0 , . . - , . . 1 9 ' f , . . 04504004OO49049049C9049049O49O'O0'O01OOf7O430450 90490490490'O04304904904304O0'OO'O0'O0'9O4O04904O0 45115318 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00000 00000000 00000000000000 MCINTOSH-BOTT INC. Sny It With Flowerf 'A' 'k 'A' 0 COAL, FUEL OIL' COKE MCGREGORS FLORISTS 741 MONROE AVE. 201 GRAND AVE. 00000 00000 410 CONKEY AVE. GLEN. 3326 MONROE 1415 CULVER 1573 0450 00 00 0400 000 5 :?SFD ESZU C! 55'-n 79 533 Sin gag, 0.-175 an U1 PM SEZ X' CD O 9 00 1+ 1+ 1+ be : FY' o B 99 S". f3 0000000000 9 E1 1 W m Z '-5... H ees SEE :neo E-al? SEE 4 E Q 555 5 s Q E 0 on E S UQ B' 5' Q E P, 2 D ,... D OO CU 9 Q F1 E G G 0000000000 f-I W c 0 71 Cl! W -4 H I L11 I O f: W O :1 C1 O Z -4 W aw 0 -1 000000000 I 1 ll' ll' S+. Nwx I 0 D-A N-A T-A 00000000 Difffibufaff 0 MONROE 78 674 SOUTH AVE. 'BARRETTS ANHYDROUS AMMONIA 000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000 TOWN TALK BAKERY C om pl im entf 0 INCORPORATED GORDON A. HOWE GLENWOOD 6772 Greece Su ervisor P 601 PULLMAN AVENUE Soooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q 0 o 0 0 0 o o 0 o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o 0 o o o o 0 o o o o o o Q o o o o o Ooooooooooooc-ooo oooo ooooo If It 5 DEPENDABLE - LASTING-QUALITY PAINT . . Yon Defire 0 IT IS OUR DESIRE TO SERXE YOU! Compliment! CLARK PAIIIT 0II. 8: GLASS 00 0 4 fiend 0 MARGARET O BRIEN 0 Home ownem will find our weekly or monthly payment plan helpful and convenient. No interext charged 'k Geo. A. Weining, Pres. 71-73 STATE STREET -fsf15419t- T 0000000 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 00000000000 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 00 ZWEIGLE S Delicious Sausages Assorted Cold Cuts Wieners - Bockwurst - I-lots 'k'k'k Call Stone 6944 - 6945 210 - 214 JOSEPH AVENUE WALDERT OPTICAL CO. Always Befter Glasses Never Higher Prices 56 East Ave. Rochester, N. Y. Compliments 0 TRANT S CATHOLIC SUPPLY STORE 96 CLINTON AVENUE NORTH See page 110 The School of Commerce offers REGISTERED COURSES? Business Administration - Secretarial Science Accountancy - Medical Secretarial Training ALSO SHORTER COURSES Secretarial - Accounting - Selling and Advertising - Stenography ftRegistered by the STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Calalog Free-Visitors Weleofne Main 5530 - 5531 362 EAST AVENUE e WHITE WIRE WORKS CO 79-83 Exchange St. Rochester N. Y. RYAN 8: MCINTEE Funeral Service is the best and costs no more 'kiri' Call Stone 1464 B. Leo Mclntee 207 CHESTNUT STREET The Funeral Home-Non-Sectarian I S ee pa ge 1 1 0 C'0l1gI'dfZllelli07Zf lo , CLASS OF 1939 ff JOHN W. MATTLE For your larzcheoizs f 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Compliments o RUSSER S Complete Food Market AMES Corner MAPLE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 000000004 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 00000000000 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 0000000 00 00000000 li Tla f -:sf135l3'- 0100 OO00000O000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOO0000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 O 0 O O 0 0 O O O 2 Z 0 3 0 o 0 o O 4 0 2 From fl Ffzemi 2 O 0 3 Q o 0 o 0 0 3 0 0 0 o 3 o o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 2 JOHN F. FOLEY AGENCY 3 2 C0l7Zpli77Z67ZfJ' 3 0 . o 2 Uf fl ffffffd 011 183 MAIN STREET EAST 2 o 3 MARY P. FOLEY E 2 All Formf of Imfzmme 2 o 2: ' 3 0 2 0 O 3 0 2 To SIBLEY'S TEEN SHOP SNAP 2 O F01' i196 2 o , SEASON S SMART YOUNG FASHIONS' 0 0 1 ' O 0 SHOP 0 O OUR TEEN SHOP is a popular rendezvous 0 2 for smart young things between the ages 274 GENESEE STREET 2 3 of 12 to 16. They find the fashions have 0 Q just the right amount of grown-up-ness, WHEN PRINTS ARE ORDERED 3 0 and the simple, graceful styling so flatter- Q 2 ing to this sub-deb age. 'A' 'A' 'A' 3 2 TEEN SI-IOP, THIRD FLOOR EXPERT WORKMANSHIP . X 0 Copying - Enlargmg - Coloring - Portraits O Z SIBLEY, LINDSAY 8: CURR CO. GENESEE 5564 Z 0 3 3 . o 0 ' -r ' '222siQiz:2:2z2e 0 0 For the bert in and ever lbing collegmte Swank n'f?2iEQi2E5Q35g5g5g5g1 Q 0 0 y - .-12, 3 :-:::1.5.gS' 0 2 RADIO ELECTRICAL The SCQISOHYS newest 34.21 , Elm: A-,--' g.,.. O 3 hats for smart .- ESV: "i' ' 3 0 U fl m 15 S 65 '.1E5f" -A -:-1.:g::i5:g:g 1f " :Ei O 2 KRECKMAN3 ELECTRICAL STORE 13.95. 12.95 ' s AE E I 2 0 '?:71f21:1:. 5:2 3 501 NORTH GOODMAN STREET 1510 Dewey Ave. A V --'- .1-Q-. .,:,g:1:5ss1:i15::-.U E 0 W W - 1510 Dewey Avenue 9 0 O 0 0 0 T. T. BEARING CO., INC. MAIN 2774 Q 3 SKF Distributors LOMBARDO DRY CLEANERS 3 3 BALL AND ROLLER BEARINGS STORES 2 0 492 West Main St. 342 Driving Park Ave. 0 2 1594 Dewey Ave. 495 Court St. PLANT 2 3 Glen. 6666 Stone 1731 67 Ford Street 2 0 O 00000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Est 156 ls? O 0 300000000000OO0000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000000000OOOOO0000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000002 O O O O 0 gn Q EA 4 QQ E 0 No E , C3 Q C: Fi m FU hi 0 335 ,T H 53 Q E 5 Qtr I g o OCC 0 v-20 'U ga O 0 w mv O "cJl'r1 E U' 3' W my-4 CX 229525 OWS zips Mzwgpfis EE 53 2 0- 3'-'rn ' S. W mm fb 'U Qi'-I 0 D-HD O N, . 'UH wma va gk 'Yr 0 ,U X ,QN .,- U-1 N U, N o Uwmg A N, nwH wax mmm rn N. O Pmw Paws Z w Q WVU'-we. U S 0 0 -4 Q E Pa Omg W4 +-H' fb rm '11 0 O 33:32 MFE io-onizi Z - S 0 O Oafifiw -xwh FUUE- :'+EDf2,,5' QQ ,.q C' 0 gGnQmw Wm-neg H4 rn rw - S hi Q, O epxmo m bf mv-U CE., ZQ PU 0 O In Ou' HH 92 m www U O N 0 O :PO 5- HZ W Q- rn Er NE 0 242 fu nf S0 fn Q a- H 2 o F1 Q ' :HE V3 U3 H o O . 4 O 2 Q ? ' 0 0 3 3 0 0 o 0 'A CD O CJ f-' 0 Z 3 5 F -IS F 3 3 0 o 'TA 5 23 O: P X1 v-U P-4 0 O 3 7 O 'O Vq Q02 N H Q F4 O O x 6 gb' gd mx 'Cn ff L-4 2 F' Q F4 2 za QF1mQgP:,,.,E1-,gmmisioia 2 2 05 Q Ogg UD Q:-nz: jtlggfq 307151 U7 S O On XO 2 zQfQ:5Qs.5gEM3:gU9QgQ 2 ,S fa Z5 2 0Yl"'9' F55-.75 42 Q mm? 5 m ZN "' - 3: ' 0 O FUVEWZQ 1-1:6 FINUJ ga'-'U-ig ' U53 -4 0 3Slfz'5:':sgUE55.+A QEQQEQQQ fgii,-xg? C5 3 0 Q-25:1 . to -4 m O Q. OU O vm D, ,-I O o S'mZQ?,7U QED, ng bbw-zg0,.,, ZX O, 4 0 0fZ'Q,TI',4 pun: O D, 4'r3"':1:5?f' H15 D: Q rn D' 9 20 H mf+ mm- Zziifgg Egg S3UQz02"5v- Q S32 Q 5 2'-I O Geal-,VU n2.E:ffgED,g?,EQ'45L K- 5" o 'A SC 3 9 A ' M M - 02: 339 if 21 3 in 4!'EOfff Eg' E 3 G 3 O 0 OZ 77 mn, s: - O O 3 5 92 '4 2 p 5 Q E 2 3 3 rf 55 55 S 3 'v 3 Q 3 3 " K2 5 E O U3 4? O 0000000 0000000000000000000 ? is-5 1371? O OO O O O O O O O O 0 O O O O 0 0 O O O O O O 0 O 0 0 O 0 O O O O O O 0 O O 0 0 0 O O 0 O O 0 0 O O O O O O O O O 0 0 0 0 O O O O O 0 Q O 5' W S Cn 'U O 2 G Z o z-' D' O 5- v-I 2 G r-1 W 3. mg "' S Z E ,Eb :J O 5 Q 5 w Q 5 Q Q 0 cm FD lf? m Z S SQ 50 z I F11 Q L-' mgw pb wS -1 Cn fff W 3 'UUSN "'I U b n O g Q-2 S 'EZ 5 5 3' Z Xl 5 U S' E25-D' l"' z SE Z 3, LTI O O ' Z vm K-11 07:1 U EE U rf, rn Z C: 5 x0 0U ID I b. E . r-Q 3' . M t-4"U'UH p, Q H Z Q Q magna ow-Q yu Z 24 Q 9182.5 W 'ii N' V, O V' P Z ' C1 55 Wiz "' E2 O 3 I H Q '3 3 Z "' U r O Cn FQ- UU . fo Q n af Pu W ha .-D v1 3' V' 'U Q W I-s ' CX 3 O S F11 Q Db Q S U' Q 2 Q 5 S he 96 O S an NE 'NE U N, g G N. 2 S O S . H m S pd 5, C S D- gg CD if 3 Z 2 22 DM z 3 H 1-1 oo 'No-. 5 U3 XM ct m Z g cw tri rn D- un rr: CII E mg : gg n 2 Z 5 Q E .4 g 90 0 E -JS. "l : m V1 'J' U7 m O Q mm v-1 Z Q-ff-U ,-I E s'-SQ Q 25 O vw m -,Q U1 -1 Sa' fn cn U1 ' . YD ,.. Hun'-v N Q' o O 3 m 25- l'-F1 gina Q inlgg CD PU Z D' D' 3 8 Q' :-,556 PU E5-E' 3 ' 5: E G o.m Q 4 5 W -1 mo. D, F4 Q Z H1 0521 gg ' f- cn '-' rn pq-1 Z mo-3 zz- O... 5 Q' W 3 2 A g 555' QQ 'f 22 Q . ua 5- 3 5 E1 W ig z 5500 CQ ff 5 5 U E Z O m u ,Q w 5 U E 2 z 0 TU O 0 O 0 O O O O O 0 O O O O O O O O O O O O O 0 O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O 0 O 0 0 O O 0 O O O O O 0 O O O O O O O O O 0 0 0 0 O O O Of 0 +sf15sk1Q OOO000047000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0O0OOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 o o 3: Complimenu of Complimenlx 2 o , o 2 GEORGE S. PALMOS CANDY SHOP THE STITCH SHOP Z 0 Rose M. Comery 0 2 321 DRIVING PARK AVENUE 2 2 GLENWOOD 3497 1302 DEWEY O Q o 2 2 3 GEORGE B. HAWKEN- 2 o . o 2 PAINTER and DECORATOR Complzmenlf of 3 2 186 CHAMPLAIN STREET 3 o o 2 Phone: Genesee 4765 2 o o 2 2 2 MISS ROCHESTER EROCKS 2 2 Manufacturer: of C0mPlime'UJ Uf 2 2 NAZARETH UNIFORMS PERRY PIES Z 2 From factory to customer 2 2 MAIN 515 390 N. CLINTON 2 2 2 o 3 Typewriters-All Makes 3 Q Cvmlflimfnff of SOLD, RENTED, REPAIRED o o o 2 SENZ TAVERN TYPEWRITER SHOP 2 Q 44 CLINTON AVE. NORTH 0 o LYELL, corner GLIDE o O Phone: Stone 855 o o o o o 2 2 O Compliment: of 2 SALLY FROCKS X Q G. BAREIS AND SON 2 Z 216 MAIN STREET EAST EVERYTHING IN FOOTWEAR 3 o 2 Phone: Stone 6940 Rochester, N, Y. 826 JOSEPH AVENUE 2 2 2 2 , 3 Compljmemyf Where lbe Serviceable 3 , ' ' ' A ld 3 S MARKET, INC' Holeproof Ladzex Hosiery re So 3 3 "Where Meat if Always Frefln and Clean" STILLMAN S 3 2 71 - 73 FRONT STREET 831 DEWEY AVENUE 2 2 Phones: Main 2567 - 2568 2 o o 3 Z MONROE NUT KITCHEN 3 , SCHULZ BROS. 3 O HIgh Grade V O 2 SALTED NUTS and CHOCOLATES COFFEE SHOPPE 2 2 800 MONROE AVE., COR. CANTERBURY ROAD 355 DRIVING PARK AVR., COR, DEWEY Avg. 2 2 Tel. Monroe 9300 Rochester, N. Y, 2 o o Z 2 3 CAMELIO BROS. BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY COMPANY 3 3 MARKET and GROCERY SCIENCE LABORATORY SUPPLIES 3 2 OHS, COR' AUSTIN 1176 MOUNT HOPE AVENUE E Q We deliver Glen. 3283 ROCITCSTCI, N- Y- o o o gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooog A315959 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000002 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 00000000000000000000000 00000 00000 0000000000000000000' Complimenlx of Camplimerm of ROGERS' I. G. A. ERANK'S DRUG STORE MARKET and GROCERY 537 PLYMOUTH AVE. SOUTH 1458-1464 DEWEY AVENUE . Genesee 2717 THE0- J- ZIMMER PETIX'S GROCERY A"f'WfZe'i DEW' COLD MEATS and GROCERIES BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS 126 COLUMBIA AVENUE 0 1658-42 ST. PAUL STREET Telephone: Genesee 3444 0 SOUTH AVE. CANDY KITCHEN ZIPFEL FLORAL CO. 686 SOUTH AVENUE 441 MONROE AVENUE 0 Rochester' N' Y' 517671 experiing flowerf from you PARMELEE SHOE SHOP Compliment! of 5Pefi41iZi"8 in SCIENTIFIC SHOE FITTING ARTHUR R' KOERNER for Women, Children and Men 54 EAST AVE. STONE 2812 MeIsenzahl Bros Coal Co , Inc CHARLELL COKE COAL FUEL OIL HOME MADE ICE CREAM 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000000 00000 00000 695 PORTLAND AVE STONE 1330 570 LEXINGTON AVENUE 0 Complzmenlr 0 Fwd gf OXFORD BARBER SHOP FRANCES TREPPIEDI 0 666 MONROE AVENUE G FOOD that Satzffief mating! at PRICFS ffm! Satzffy TO TI-IE CLASS OF 1939 u 16 SERVICE that Sam ex rom the azflaer 0 JOHN A DE MALLIE 81 SONS JANE and GERALDINE GAFFNEY 440 PARSELLS AVENUE SIx D6IIVCfl6S Dauly Culver 2206 Complzmentx Complzmentr 0 of nz fnend 0 Rm MEYER PHILIP KRECKEL If . 04004001?04504004O04OC?04O049O49O49040CP04?0'4904004904504504004504004004004004?04?04O049C?04O04O0 0 'wif 140139 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 O o 2 Compliments of Hartford, Conn. New York, N. Y. E 0 I LOUIS C. HOCK 84 SON CO., INC. 9 2 GEORGE A- KUER, PHARMACX INSURANCE and SURETY BONDS Z o 6 2 MAP TRE 34-STATE STREET ROCHESTER, N. Y. 2 O 9 LE S ET 0 Phone Main 1015 2 0 0 0 . 0 0 Complzmenlf of 0 O y Q 2 Complimenlf of BAKER S 3 0 ' We carry nz full lzne af 0 2 Senatfpf GEORGE F, ROGERS Meats, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables 2 2 ' 1278 DEWEY AVENUE 9 O We Deliver Call Glen. 734 Z 0 O 9 O O Hardware - Devoe Paint - Glass Genesee 2849 9 0 o 3 Plumbing and Electrical Supplies THE ACRQPQLIS CANDY 2 A BE MILLER PARAMBOUKAS BROS. 4, 2 N High Grade Chocolates and Bon Bons 3 2 551,53-55 STATE STREET Home Made Candies and Ice Cream 0 Phone, Main 6813 Rochester, N. Y. -888 WEST MAIN Sr. ROCHESTER, N. Y. 0 Z e 0 0 O 3 RALPH'S GARAGE COAL-COKE-FUEL OIL 2 o 0 General Repairing and Truck Service DOMESTIC FUEL SERVICE A 0 O O 422 EXCHANGE STREET JGHN DIGAETANO O 0 . 0 0 Phone-Main 9086 - Nigbzf Call, Main 2497W 0 2 Ralph L. Harris, Prop. 196 LYELL AVE' GLEN' 1095 3 0 O E Compliments of Cgmplimemj of E o SAM GOTTRY CARTING CO. o BU 3 Established 1888 BOWIQING HALL 2 0 OFFICE: HARLOTTE TREET o E 47 Parkway Telephone Glen. 646 Main 7479 ii 2 See page 110 0 0 2 August M. Maier " C John G. Maier 2 2 H- KATZOWITZ' AUGUST M. MAIER FUNERAL HOME 2 2 Custom and Ready Made FUNERAL DIRECTORS Z 2 COAT5 AND SUITS , 1119 JOSEPH AVENUE 3 3 707 CLINTON AVE. N. Open Eveningf R0Ch6Sf6r, N. Y. Stone 6757 2 o 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 C 1' , 0 3 mf' f"W"'f of T LAWLER S GROCERY 3 3 RAY MAHONEY S 451 C R o 0 "IRISH VILLAGE" OOPER CAD 3 0 o O Corner Of Seward and Bartlett Sts. 0 3 o 0 0 o 0 . 0 3 6 Complzmenlr of Bef, uyijjgw 10 3 O n 3 August Frlsch Market and Grocery NAZARETH CLASS OF 1939 2 o CORNER AVENUE A 3 X We Deliver Phone: Main 2024 AUSTIN J- MAHONEY X 0 O 0 O 0000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 if 141 124 o o 3 Complimemfy 0 Compliments of 5 3 DE VISSER BROS' SPIEGEL INSURANCE AGENCY 2 2 918 REYNOLDS ARCADE BLDG. 2 o o 2 1430 DEWEY AVENUE Main 3764 Rochester N. Y. 2 2 YY 2 o o 3 CHARLES T. TROTT Agent LIBERTY SWEET SHOPPE 3 3 C ROyialFlndcirnnity Co.C Home M d C dl 2 t ire nsurarice o. a e an ies O api 3 Ice Cream Sodas Cigars and Tobacco 2 OO X 2 711 N. 3 5? Q Xe. '-4 R 1-. R in Q 3 fs rm O Z 20 Princeton Street Phone Main 5788 275 DRIVING PARK AVENUE 2 O O 0 O oo E l" l" C13 O 4 P' "l U3 W P4 oo O0000OO00000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 T 9 1 2 Compliments af 2 2 Cleaning-Preuing-Repairing Z O DR. BALDWIN MARTIN O 2 , 11 Owen Street Phone Glen. 5194 3 O O O o O O 0 O 3 JOSEPH LEHNER v 3 0 Complzmentr of Q Q MASON CONTRACTOR 2 3 396 AMES STREET DR. FRANK J. MASIELLO 3 o O Genesee 1291-I O 0 O Q O 0 O 0 o 0 C 1' FROMM BROS O O amp zmentf of . O 3 WILLIAM WEGMAN Quality Sausage and Meat Products Z 0 A512 your dealer 2 3 111-113 MILL STREET or O Q Call Genesee 2700 2 O 0 O 0 O X BARNARD, PORTER 81 REMINGTON 3 2 Complimentx, of 3 O Paints-Oils-Artists' Supplies 0 3 LINCOLN LAUNDRY CO., INC. 2 O 9-13 NORTH WATER STREET O 2 Main 8140 2 Q O Q o 2 Compliment: of the 2 2 JEANNEDIS SWEET SHOP JUNIOR HOLY NAME SOCIETY 2 Q O 3 673 MONROE AVENUE of 2 2 St. Michael's Parish 2 0 0 0 o 2 D E W, E Y Glenwood 592 Res. Glenwood 850 E o Z FRUIT and VEGETABLE MARKET JACOB F- RENNER 3 2 MEATS-GROCERIES Plumbing and Heating Contractor 2 3 1306-1308 DEWEY AVE. 1312 DEWEY AVENUE 3 0 Glenwood 2186 Glenwood 2187 jacob F. Renner Rochester, N. Y. 2 0 0 O O000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000 -25142135 L ,,,, L O00000000OOOOOO00000000000000000OOO000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LUMBER COAL ROOFING BUILDING MATERIALS MILLER PEERLESS PRODUCTS, INC 691 Exchange Street Main 2840 Complzmentr of RED 8: WHITE RAY CRAFT QUALITY MEATS and GROCERIES Corner Ridge and Long Pond Roads 2547 Ridge Road West Telephone Glen 6240R FRANCIS E BURNS Spend! Agent NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Complzmentf of W G H Compliment: of WILLIAM F. GREINKE Complimentr SUGAR BOWL 1314 DEWEY AVENUE Glenwood 4970-W Open from 9 to 9 THE GRIFFIN HAT SHOPPE 154 SHERMAN STREET The Seeronfr Smtzrtert Style! at 31.85, 32.85, and 83.85 Style without expense - Better hats for less BERNARD T. HENSLER DIAMONDS, WATCHES and JEWELRY 201-203 COMMERCE BLDG. STONE 1987 Main St. E. cor. South Ave. EAST MAIN PHARMACY Prefrrlptlonf nz Spefmlly H Sexgel Ph G 1933 1935 MAIN ST EAST ROLAND S DRY GOODS and NOVELTIES Furnzflazngf 0 MEN WOMEN and CHILDREN Simplicity Patterns 415 LYELL AVENUE RONALD C HANDS Manager L A JEFFREYS CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS CARR PHARMACY Preifrzptmn Spermlutf GENESEE ST fcor Brooks Avej For Prompt Delivery Call GENESEE 2445 GENESEE 7817 FISCHER'S MARKET QUALITY MEATS and SAUSAGE 747 JOSEPH AVE. COR. WILKINS ST. Otto Schmidt, Prop. Complimentf of JIMMY RYAN "THE SHIP" 1492 Dewey Ave. Glen, 4684 Compliment! of V OLPE BROS. SHOE STORE 1316 DEWEY AVENUE J. C. MIRGUET, INC. Home of Fun 104-108 PLATT STREET Rochester, N. Y. Refrigerated Fur StorageVaults - Fur Cleansing Ef14sJR O0000000O0000000000000000000OOO0000OOOOOOO000000000O0000O000000OO0000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAOVQOOO 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O H 0 0 0 O . 0 0 0 O ' . 0 0 - O O ' , 0 0 ' ' O 0 . ' o 0 ' O O I 0 O . O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 . 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 o 0 , o 0 O Z 0 0 M O 0 XI O O O 0 , 0 0 0 O ' I O O ' , O O ' - O O ' O 0 . I - ' ' O 0 ' 0 0 S ' - Q O ' O O - O O . X - ' o O Y - O O ' ' ' O O . 0 O O 0 O 0 O O ' 0 O O O 0 O O O O O O O V AA O , ,1 4 00000000000000000000000000000000Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000000000000000000000000000000000 00 00 I . No. ' , ,. Ns N' ' , NN l . I ' A S X . Nh Sk 'NA 71 0 0 THE HUDSON MARKET ' Complimenu 613 HUDSON AVENUE of a friend of Home Made Sausage Chorce Meat We specralxze In CLARA DE MEYER P0llfb Imparted HAMS Bert Wzfbei lo the CLASS OF 1939 Complimenn 0 ffm W MATTERNS HAT SHOP YOUNG LADIES SODALITY St Mlchael s Parxsh 877 CLINTON AVENUE NORTH Camplimenlx of BEAUTY SHOP 1376 LAKE AVENUE opposrte CLAY SHOE REPAIRING 28 EXCHANGE STREET Sperzalzzmg In all typef 0 beauty work Main 763 Two operators Glen 2654 000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000 00000 0000000000000000000000 WARREN ENGELS HARDWARE Prttsbur Pamt Products ART MUHS Complimenlf of 941 CLINTON AVENUE NORTH Conzplzmenlf 0 Complimenh, of METZGER 54 BRAYER C0 GENESEE BOWLING HALL 0 Gfeetzngr To All At Nazareth Cgmpljmefm :om the flazldfen o 0 fl fiend 0 JOSEPH VATTER MARIE LEINBERGE NORTH GREECE MARKET 0 0000000000000000000000 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4? 49 45 4? 4? 4? 4? 49 47 47 47 4? 4? 43 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 47 4? 47 4? 4? 45 40 4? 4? 4? CD 47 47 4? 49 Cb 4? 4? 47 45 00000000000000000000000 Crilllpllllienli of Cgmplimenlf 0 Alfred J Kunz and Andrew Wuest CARL SEIBERT WHEELERS BAKERY F- NYHAN QUALITY BAKED GOODS STANDARD COAL 476 PLYMOUTH AVENUI' SOUTII COKE and OH' Genesee 3040 454 Exchange Street Main 3339 EEL 144 Ee 00000000000000 ' 0000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q Z 3 3 0 o 1 3 Z Z 0 0 2 1 2. 2 2 'F 0 2 2 gli 2 o in A P 6 o ' 0 2 I7 ini' 111 2 2 iff M' 0 2 2 U Gi' 111' 2 2 E0 M1 9 2 o 1 U I, 1 o 3 gf In Al 2 o 1 o 0 1, A 0 3 I S dn Z E IST 2 2 IJ 3 if 2 2 Z 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Z X 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Art Print Shop, Inc. ..,....1.. Ayer and Streb 3 E 77 ST. PAUL STREET - BDCIIESTER, NEW Y0llK E 2 Phones Stone 567 - Main 6199 g 2 0 Z Z 2 l' r i n t e r s 0 f t ll e I. u n t ll o r n 2 0 0 E See page 11 Z E 0 225 145 122 -A- Acropolis Candy Co,, The ....,. America Press, The ,. ..,. . Anderson 81 Sons, A. L. Andrew's Market, Inc. Arena, The .........,.,.. Art Print Shop, Inc, and Ayer and Streb ,.....,....... Automatic Rug Cleaning Co. - B .- Baker's Market ,. , .. Bamann, Arthur J. ....,...... . Bareis and Son, G. ........... . Barnard, Porter 84 Remington Bauman Bc Baynes . ......,... ,. Bearing Co., Inc., T, T. . .. Beaucaire, Inc. .......... . Biological Supply Company Blanchard, Florist ,.,..., Blue Boy Dairy .... Bond Bakers . . . Boucher .,.,,. Boylan, J. P. ......,......... . Bridgeman, George, Coal Sz Coke Buckley, joseph J. ............ . Buonomo Bowling Hall ........ Burke, Honorable Harold P. Burns, Frances E ,... . . , .. -CE Camelio Bros. . Carr Pharmacy ......... Carroll Radio Sales Inc. Catholic Courier ............,. Cauiield's Hardware-Electric Century Sweet Shop ....... Charlell ............ Charlotte Beauty Shop ......... Clark Paint, Oil 8a Glass Co ..... Cleary Stations, Inc. ......... . Collins, Mary jane and Gertrude. Continental Baking Co. ....... . Coon Co., W. B. .... . Cramer Drug Co. . , ......... . . . Crescent Puritan Laundry, Inc... Culhane, Anthony W. .....,. ,. Culver Herald Engraving Co. Curtin Agency, The ....... 141 137 122 139 125 145 134 141 137 139 142 131 136 122 139 133 133 126 130 124 120 125 141 127 143 139 143 130 117 131 114 140 125 134 130 120 138 138 138 130 131 113 126 INDEX -D- Dangler, C. J. ...,...,... . Davis Drug Company .,........ Dennis Stores, Inc., Frank H .,.. . Dean, Edna .,,,...,.......,., De Mallie 81 Sons, John A. De Meyer, Clara .............. De Meyer, Clara ....,. ,...., De Visser Bros. .,.,.......,.. . Dewey Fruit 84 Vegetable Market DeWitt, Bert .... , ......... , . , DiGaetano, john .,........ Doerner's Bottling Works .. Duffy Carting Co., Wm'. B. Dwyer Electric Company -EL East Main Pharmacy Eggleston, The , , , . . . . Ehmann Market .. Emma, Michael J. .. Engels, Warren ...........,... Evans Coal Co., Inc., F. W. L 1: - Farmen .....,........ Foley Agency, john F. Foley, Mary P. .....,. . Filippone Brothers .,., Fischer's Market Frank's Drug Store . , . ,.,..... . Frisch Market 8: Grocery, August. Fromm Bros. .,.. ..,.......... Furlong Studio , . , -GL Galfney, Jane and Geraldine G. 8: R. Grille Inc. .,... . Garnham, john H ..... Genesee Bowling Hall Gerhard Co., F. H. Gottry Carting Co., Sam ,. Greinke, William F. ...,. , Grirlin Hat Shoppe, The ....,., Gumpert Company, Inc., S, -H- Hadlock Paint Co., Inc. Hafner Home Laundry Inc. Hahn-Shapiro Co. ........ , +21 146 132- 138 130 121 136 140 138 144 142 142 133 141 139 134 132 143 123 123 130 144 132 130 136 136 128 143 140 141 142 117 140 137 133 144 127 141 143 143 137 118 131 129 Halloran 8: Sons, Henry D. Hands, Ronald C. , .... .. Hart 8: Vick ..... Hart's ................. Haubner and Stallknecht .. Hawken, George B. . . . , Hedges and Hoffman Hensler, Bernard 1. ,... . Hetzler Bros. Co., Inc. ,...... . Hock 6a Son Co., Inc., Louis C... Howe, Gordon A. .,,,...,.... . Huber Electrical Co., Inc., T. R. Hudson Market, The . Huss Market ..,...... .. I E Iuppa Construction Co., Inc., M. T-I.. jackson-Bailey, Inc. ,. Jacobson, Louis ...,.... jeannedis Sweet Shop .... junior Holy Name Society . EK- Katzowitz, H. . . .. Keenan, Marjorie ..,.,. Keller Sons, Inc., J. B. .. Kellogg Inc., C. Solon .. Keystone Builders Supply ,. Klier Pharmacy, George A. Koerner, Arthur R. .,... . Kreckel, Philip ..,...,.... Kreckman's Electrical Store Kreiter's Pharmacy ....... Kunz, Alfred J. . . . , Kuppinger, Loretta ...LN Lacagnina Macaroni Co., V. Langie Fuel Service, Inc. . Lawler's Grocery ....., Leckinger's Shoes .. , Lehner, joseph Leinberger, Marie ,, Lester's .....,...,... Liberty Sweet Shoppe .. Lincoln Laundry Co., Inc. . Lombardo Dry Cleaners Lucas 8: Dake Co., Inc. ,. 128 143 132 129 133 139 128 143 127 141 134 130 144 138 133 131 126 142 142 141 125 128 122 125 141 140 140 136 137 144 129 137 121 141 128 142 144 119 142 142 136 120 Miller Rochester Valley Ice Cream ........ Maggs -M- Mahoney, Austin J. .. Mahoney's Ray ..,.,.,.,..., Maid Drug Company, Inc. . .. Maier Funeral Home, August Manhattan Restaurant ...... Martin, Dr. Baldwin .. Masiello, Dr. Frank J. .. Mattern's Hat Shop ,. .. Mattle, john W. ....,.., . M. Mayer, Katherine E. , ..,,.. . Mead Bc Sons, Inc., Chas. P., Meisenzahl Bros. Coal Co., Inc.. . Metzger 8: Brayer Co. ..,. .. , Metzger Bros. ,..,. Meyer, Rita .. Miller, Ben .,.,,.,..,..,.. Miller Brothers ..,.,.....,.. Peerless Products, Inc. Miller's Son, N. J. . ,...... , Mirguet, Inc., J. C. Miss Rochester Frocks Monroe Nut Kitchen .. Moore, Pauline .... Muhs, Art ....... Murray, james T. .. MMC1 McGrath, Hugh .... McGregors Florists ,. McIntosh-Bott Inc. ,. -NM Naylor, Marjorie Nazareth College Niagara University ......... Nusbaum Department Store, Har Nyhan, F. 1. ..,...,....,, . - O .. O'Brien, Margaret ..,.. Ontario Biscuit Company .. Otto, Frederick A. ...,,.. . ris Owen Service Store, N. E. ,.., , Oxford Barber Shop . ,.... .. P L. Palace Sweet Shoppe , .....,., . Palmos Candy Shop, George S. 125 141 141 126 141 128 142 142 144 135 133 132 140 144 138 140 141 125 143 128 143 139 139 137 144 123 138 134 134 127 115 119 125 144 134 124 119 122 140 138 139 INDEX Parmelee Shoe Shop .. Pennant Oil 8: Gas Co Perdue 8: Company , , . Perry Pies ........... Petix's Grocery ....... Pilaroscia Tobacco Co. Predmore, William F. Price's Fish Market, Inc. Projansky -R- Ralph's Garage ,. Red Bc White .... Renner, jacob F, Regan, Elizabeth ,., ... Ritz .,.,...,.,......... . , . Rochester Book Bindery .,.. .. . Rochester Business Institute .,... Rochester Gas 8: Electric Corp. ., Novelty Works, Inc. ., Rochester Packing Co., Inc. Rochester Railways C0-Ordinated Bus Lines, Inc. .....,,.,.... . Rochester Stationery Co. . . . . . Rogers' I. G. A. .....,,.,..,. , Rogers, Senator George F. .... , Roland's ..........,.... .... Rossner Bros. . . , Russer's . ,........ .. Ryan Sr Mclntee Ryan, jimmy .... -5- Sally Frocks .... Savarino, Sam ...,.., ,...., Scanlon-Lewis .....,.. Schaefer Company, George C .... Schafer 61 Co., H. ..... . Schiavo, Michael ......,. Schmanke's Brownbilt Shoe Store School of Commerce ..,......,. Schulz Brosl ....,.. Scrantom's . . Seibert, Carl .. Senz Tavern .. Siamo, J. Sibley, Lindsay 8: Curr Skinner, Sheriff Albert Snap Shot Shop ....... Sodality of Our Lady .... South Ave. Candy Kitchen at 147 12+ Co. 140 124 132 139 140 137 129 127 131 141 143 142 127 123 125 118 124 129 118 123 121 140 141 143 132 135 135 143 139 132 133 120 137 137 126 135 139 124 144 139 144 136 129 136 116 140 Sovatsky, Bill .......,... Spiegel 84 Son, George F. .. Spiegel Insurance Agency Stillri'ian's ....,...,.... Stitch Shop, The Sugar Bowl .,... LT- Town Talk Bakery .... Trant's Catholic Supply Store Treppiedi, Frances ..,..,...,... Trott, Charles T., Agent Trott, Thomas F. ..,.. . Tucker, Charles A. Typewriter Shop -V.. Valley Cadillac Corporation, "Vanity Villa" . Vatter, joseph .,.. Vay, Norbert E. Vogt's Store ........,., Volpe Bros. Shoe Store .. -W- Waldert Optical Co .,.. Walker Bros. Company .. Walker Music Store ..,. Ward, Inc., C. P. Ward's Hardware .,..,., Watts Dry Cleaning Co. Wegman Co., William Weiland, Marie E. ..,. , W. G. I-I. ....,.,. . XY!heeler's Bakery ......,.. The Whelehan, George B. ........, . White Wire Works Co., The ,.,. William's Potato Chips Wuest, Andrew ....,, -Y.. Yates Coal Co., The . Yauchzi Company, The ,. ,. Yawman and Erbe Mfg Young Ladies' Sodality ,. -2.- Zimmer, Theo, J. .. Zipfel Floral Co. .. Zweigle's ..... Co. 142 128 142 139 139 143 134 135 140 142 137 132 139 126 123 144 144 127 125 143 135 129 126 131 124 127 142 138 143 144 129 135 137 144 121 131 127 144 140 140 135 V E I, Q Li, . If J j'n.fl g , f X" Quin. 4 IAI: A .rdffr X. , IV Ii, If . M , WQ,4, Q . g ,X H J ' If I 2,5 Af!! l his v . .. , , . . - . yi, ' fwnaffivfvf if H J ' W U 1 , 'VJ , ,, !LwW"f"Q f A ,ffgjw Q? DMS My Autocgmplof f -if f, A 'ff . I S J f J! jf f ,ff 1 yffw I J , K My 1" . DY' ! N,1f" fl J. X Autacgmplu


Suggestions in the Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) collection:

Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 1

1935

Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Page 1

1937

Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 1

1938

Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1940 Edition, Page 1

1940

Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

1943

Nazareth Academy - Lanthorn Yearbook (Rochester, NY) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.