Our Lady of Mercy School - Lore Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1957

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Gleam of Leisure ., Classes Contents '22 Seniors D 40 .,.,. , 60 Acknowledgements ...,,.... 104 ORE 1957 V f , ..,l-5 hi V , , q ' 'X F., r-wer . we !i.'i' li ,V I Our lady of Mercy High School 18075 Southfield Detroit 35, Michigan Accredited by: Northern Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools University of Michigan Wath the guadance of our Chaplaan We let our laght shane before men and thus glorafy God Twelve apostles changed the earth Thear Davane Master traaned them Then burnang wath zeal aaded by Our Lord s grace they daspelled pagan darkness wath the Laght of the World Chrast You are apostles too-lay apostles' Buald your lafe on a foundataon of prayer self sacraface and love of Our Davane Lord and Has Blessed Mother and you wall acquare a personal sanctaty whach wall shane forth an socaal apostolac work Thus you wall advance an the footsteps of Chrast hand an hand wath Has Blessed Mother brangang yourselves and others to Jesus through Mary You cannot gave what you do not possess' You are seekang happaness Lastang happaness can only be found an God Heaven God and Has Beatafac Vasaon as your ultamate goal Our Lord as Holaness personafaed Therefore you cannot be truly happy unless you are truly holy Happaness and holaness go hand an hand You cannot have one wathout the other The better you know Our Lord the more you wall love Ham and af that love as sancere you wall serve Ham lf you love Me keep My commandments The way to holaness and to God as to use the means offered chaefly faathfulness to the Mass and the Sacraments as often as Chrast from the tabernacle of the rasang eastern sun and place Ham before all the world by the good example of your own Chrast lake lavang supernaturalazang each day as another step toward eternaty Then when you replace Chrast an the glatterang monstrance of the settang sun and examane your conscaence you wall note your faalangs and plan for a more perfect dawn wath genuane sorrow for any lack of denyang yourself takang up your cross daaly and followang Chrast resolvang to be Has dascaple agaan to be Has lay apostle to let your laght shane so as to please God Be a model to all of Chrastaan lafe and apostolac endeavor propagatang spreadang and d fendang Chrast and Catholac teachangs Feed the hungry clothe the naked vasat the sack bury the dead They are all other Chrasts Whatsoever you do to these even the least of my brethren an my name you do unto Me Instruct the agnorant counsel the doubtful admonash the sanner bear wrongs pataently forgave of fenses wallangly comfort the afflacted pray for the lavang and the dead These are the Corporal and Sparatual works of Mercy These are other steps to holaness and heaven Use your knowledge to ats best advantage That as Wasdom' Practace charaty so that your wasdom can grow wath at Wath charaty and wasdom you can remake the world accordang to the plan of a God Who as Love o 0 ' O I O . U I . . I . I O . . I - I . . I I . . I I ' I . . - . K , . . . . . I . . ,, I I ' ,, , . 1 I I I I possible. Make each new day another opportunity to take -. . . I . . - , I . I . . I , . - . I . e- , I . . . I I I ' I ll ' ' I I . . I . I . - I I . For four swift years at Our Lady ot Mercy High School we have worked played and prayed together under th guidance of the Religious Sisters of Mercy Their rich heritage of l25 years of virtue and knowledge has infused in our minds and hearts the value of daily living our Faith Our Faith protects the glow of eternal life upon the clouds of our earthly paths lt acts as a lighthouse leading us safely to the Harbor of eternal happiness Modern lighthouses like our Faith function ev n in cloudy weather They do not protect their light forward out onto the sea but upward into the dark clouds flect the gleam for more than a hundred miles Now in this era sickened by confusion and anxiety we are about to take our places in the glor ous ranks of OLM Alumnae We are fortunate because we are fortified by a Christian philosophy rich in all the virtues which our tired world has ignored but which it needs so badly We pray that we may carry high the light of Faith prepared to share it with all we meet along lifes way Hand in hand with Our Lady ot Mercy we will strive to live our class motto LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE BEFORE MEN AND THUS GLORIFY GOD under the light ol the world T ' I I , . I . . I . e . 1 And the clouds which otherwise would envelop the horizon in the darkness, re- , , F . . ' I ,, I O 'vw-......,-Wuhan.. 32,3 .W Sister Mary Boniface, R.S.M. Sophomore Moderator, Science Sister Mary Jeanne R S M Freshmen Moderator Homemaklng dw , me Slifer MBYY Carmen, R-5-NL Sister Mary Kilian, R.S.M. Senior Moderator, Latin Junior Moderator Mathematics Science French Class Moderators Under the guidance of the family of Our Lady of Mercy we have come one step further In our education both splritually and academically The priests sisters and lay teachers have shown us the light by whlch we have gained In our knowledge of God Thelr Christian Ideals and prln cnples have helped each and everyone of us and whether the gurl be freshman sophomore lunior or sensor not one has flnvshed thus school year without gaming nn some way We Merclans can be very proud of our faculty we kindle our flame Rellglon Teachers li gnu- '-ni. Rey Alben Allen Rev Rudolph Hnlanon 0 S B For fave years Sister v Mary Vlctornne has been an- guldnng the actlvltles of OLM and helpnng her students In all matters bug or small Her gracnous leadershlp has endeared her to all of us and assured us of a lasting 'friend Sister Mar Vlctorlne R S M Prrnclpal Dear Graduates You are on your way an a world that needs exactly what you are brungung at a Cath olnc education wuth skulls an your hands and Cathollc pfII'lCIpleSIf1 your heart You are equipped to lead others upward toward higher Ideals and finer achlevements and a way of life that Chrnst approves The way statrons along that path are numerous each set up wnth an altar and the Host Who awants wlth the refreshment of Hls Precious Body and Blood There are power statrons too where a llttle prayer brings a great Increase In the abtllty to clumb There are Gods assistants ready and eager to help you reach your goal So on your way and make lt a brlght way a brave way a broad and shmlng way a way ever upward a way toward conquest for Christ and humanity As you move from thus manor graduatuon my prayer for you IS that you wnll proceed toward that eternal graduatlon where you will recelve not a diploma but the grand approval of God Well done good and fauthful servant Devotedly yours ln Mary Z , rue., through groclous leoclershlp . 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Qs., Sister Mary Rebecca R S M Sister Mary Ignahus R S M Science Religion Art English Rellglon Suster Mary Patrlcla R S M Snster Mary Roslta R S M Engllsh Homemakung ..,-sm uw f-ft Student Teachers jx! wr-'fa' Suster Mary laurentma lster Mary Lucy R S M R S M lbrary Latnn OLM Lore sms' Mary de Pau' R S M English Drama Z : c Cheml57"Y ' Q. 4 VA KW S ,.. V. "'f'i,,KV , 3 tm., ,. V J 4 ear , , . . . , ' I ' ' ' 1 - - 3 S fir, ,en.X V , W V, A I A G5 ,ri ' - ' . , 1 . , . . . , I U . I , . . . , , , , I . . , . . ' I ' - . . 1 X 0 s g . 0 0 0 any . -'yr K wr" ,, , . . . ' ' I . . . ' V f I I , . . . , . . . lagw ,S , 5 , ." K' , X V -cf--M' , s , . . . 0 L. .. , . . . . . . , , I ' 9 . , . scholoshc trcunmg wif YZZ7 Co workers wlth our rellglous faculty are our competent lay teachers who complete the relrgnous staff by render Ing service In specialized fields The departments of lan guage English soc al scuence and muslc benefit by their knowledge and experience as do the cornmerclal mathe matics and physical educatlon departments The office personnel and study hall supervisors effncrently perform the Important dutres so necessary to the smooth runnn g of our school Mrs Du Charme C merclal and Busmess ICS Rev Aggxglrcgawczak C U R S M Smell MT-glronense Mrs Robert C Hoskins Busmess Offlce ,pf Mrss Jean Muenks Mlss Melame Rodrrgues M,-5 Frank J Kelley Modern Language English Engllgh Mrss Suzanne Erchhorn Musrc AN. W Mr John Teevm Orchestra Mrs WaIterJ Starr Study Hall Supervisor Mrs Ethel M Hardy Study Hall Supervisor Mlss Erleen Wagner Mrs Fredrik R Erlksen Mrs Fredenck K Francrs Mrs Robert H Abel MP5 R'-'Th Svmrlll Socval Scrence Study Hall Supervrsor Englrsh Mathematrcs PhYS'C5l EdUCal'0"' O O O . . , 0 0 l Q 3 W, 5 . I 1 ' . , ' ' ' ' ' ff' . . - . , I gh . I 14,1 Picture not included 2: ' I n s Q . 'M , VVM, , W sm--Q, 65 Mrs Rose Milton Mrs Sally Lange an-...au savv- 'R Slster Mary Isadore R S M ..-...., Dletltlan 4 'K Mrs Irene Pohl N941 Mrs Caroline Luster Dietary Department Maintenance AFI' 49--'Q Thelma Robunson Alberta Neal .and devoted service Tantallzmg odors remnnd Mer clans of an extremely vntal part of their school the kntchen Its staff prepares the hot meals served In the cafeteria each noontume These are but a small part of the many responsubllutles of this busy department Spectal dinners for special occasaons ex cntung desserts and dellcrous pastries are only a few of the extras supplued by Mercys capable cooks -ferv- Mrs Jennie Halterman X 'tb gp,- Mrs Emuly Saltnes SNS' it- +4 235253313 mo-:Jm cb 3-1-,-, -1Cg,-xO3mr-yu, "'-.3Q" D- 0 'fruomm Tm 1 """m3nm22g3' rn ...MVT-1 O QCD O-4-QCD-FC31' -.9',.,U'9i3""mQ- 5'-3--h..rnQ35 3 mm 3' ..-3 -H-.rn-+ Qmwm 3'-Tig-833mm -31 -Q! 26225 M119 f'pu1LQ m3LQn"9l.. 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An education in Christ-likeness and Truth that vve, having lighted our candles there, may dittuse that light throughout our years. . . . A challenge to unity of purpose and achievement, where the spiritual education and cultural aspects ot living complete and complement each other. First Fridays were nspecial., for . . . An opportunity for growth, were each may pro- then Christ Was enlhfoned in OU' gress at his own pace, aided and encouraged in initiative ChaPel In all-day BXPOSWOH of the and accomplishment. most Blessed Sacrament. . . . A preparation for the future . . . that we may share g,...,,. our Way, our Truth, and Lite with all we meet. -af Q .. - . r i Q, . , X t X M 'H H, xg s A Locker room banter was either O.L.M.'s kitchen staff directed by serious or gay as students prepared Sister Mary Isadore, R.S.M., planned for coming classes or dismissal. and served well-balanced lunches. Concentration was a means to penetration and comprehension in the quiet of the study hall. Mrs. louella Starr presided. 9 'ti m,fhi5E?L , 7 W 7 I , 'U vb I 4 I T4 snr' N 3 1:1 it . xg ' 'Ga f i ,xx 5 15, Q ff 3.' ,div 7 fwvlllia qw, , . 'un 13, x ,. ' 'V r-'7'i'1f"'?K Il' V, 'lf We celebrated the l25th Anniversary i050 Mother Catherine Mc Auley, foundress of the Congregation of the Religious Sisters of Mercy. December l2, l956, we reioiced with the Sisters of Mercy throughout the world, on the 125th anniversary of their found- ing in Dublin, ireland, by Mother Mary Catherine McAuley. The long record of service of the Sisters in almost every country of the world is a lasting monument to that first group of consecra- ted women. Solemn High Mass offered by Reverend Father Thomas Bres- nahan in the presence of His Eminence Edward Cardinal Mooney, Archbishop of Detroit, opened the day's festivities. The Seniors, eager to help the Sisters enioy their anniver- sary to the fullest, served them a full course steak dinner. In the evening, a completely student written and directed program was presented in the gym. The entertainment included a parody on " 'Twas the Night Before Christmas", an enioyable scene in a "Classroom", and a play about the life of Mother Mary Cather- ine McAuley. For the Sisters, it was the "perfect end to a perfect day." Edward Cardinal Mooney, accompa- nied by his attendants, Msgr. McPhillips, Rev. Fr. Boniface Lucci, O.S.B., Roger Steel, trainbearer, and Rev. Fr. Clement Esper, is shown as the procession leaves school for McAuley Auditorium for the celebration of a Solemn High Mass. C "Did your mother come from lreland?" These words, referring to Mother Catherine McAuley, introduced the sermon of the Foundation Day Mass delivered by Father Albert M. Huttin of . Foundation Day. -r-v 3,5 als "Service with a smile" was the motto of the Seniors who helped make the Founda- tion Day Banquet a real success. L. to R., Standing: Lois Carroll, Brenda Eriksen, Elizabeth Marcotte, Janet Mack, Carol McGeough, Kathleen Ondre, and Agnes White. Seated: Sisters of the Faculty: Back Row: Sisters M. Boniface, Beata, Hugh, Madonna, Inez, Third Row: Sisters M. Laurentina, Isadore, Caietan, Rebecca, Second Row: Sisters M. Jeanne, Carmen, Lucy, Kilian, Ignatius, Victorineg Front Row: Sisters M. Protase, Albertina, Margaret, Leocadia. "Mother Catherine McAuley in Heaven" The life of this outstanding woman was presented in a series of flashbacks inter- spersed with narration by Catherine to the little angel, guardian of the newest Sister of Mercy. Mother Catherine McAuley lNan Hent- Catherine lDonna Belianl pleads with Mother McAuIey's Sisters lAnne Bracken scheli relates her life story to the little her guardian, Mrs. Callahan Uoan Finne- and pafricia wieghoffy minisfered to the angel iK37lYY T0m50nl- Sanl fo 5Pe3k to the Pflesl- needs of the wounded lGloria Pattock and Charlene McKennai during the Crime- an War. iX,?vIqAe'j W Q! J W, ly 1 my , gh ., Y WSF' Twos the Seoson of l-.'Y'A'L"1--e Above ns an eleven foot simulated stained glass window portraying Our lady and the Christ Child done ln crayola by 5lSlel' MHYY l9na7'U5 P'ClU"ed al the right with her tradlhonal Art Room cnb tb Y Realuznng that Christmas has come to be a very commer clalnzed season In the past few years OLM strove to brang to our mnnds the true meamng ot thus poyous feast Pictured be low are many scenes of the fnrst Christmas from whuch both faculty and students galned nnspnratuon Even the hearts ot passersby were warmed with a tuner appreciation of Chrustmas as they vnewed the crab facnng the entrance Thus Nativity scene surrounded by green lights on tlnsel clad trees was to many a friendly spot In a dark nlght lf , 319 The cnb at the mann rance of school The Natuvlty scene un the chapel I 1 ,314 I l I n 'ii' . . I . A 1 xp 1 - 4 Q' if f 'x lv an 5 ' , 5? l 3' I, ' . 4 .ff 53 N 2 ' si gl 1 1 X 'J 4 3 , A ' , -A ic , KB u' ' x . t . , -c . , t al- uf A I -A----U , l .. ' ta is H Q' ' A V I t M A M 3 Q ,l 'vt A it . " 'ax--l-, l I in A if l . ' ' I ' WF? K Vi7!,.H Y if 'V , KA . . 1 .Q , Chrlstmos and all through OLM there rengned an aur of preparatuon Our school and our hearts were readued forthe comang of th Chrust Chnld Bulletln boards acquired a festnve look whale Chrnst mas trees glvstened with svlver tlnsel and loraghtly colored lrghts Classroom doors were student deslgned and decorated Prrzes were awarded t 203 lO5 and GI for the ongnnalnty and attractnveness of theur relrguous scenes FRN 'Ps e Christmas program glven by OLNls chorale and drama departments expressed the true spurutof Christmas e annual food gxvung program typlfned the splnt of glvung as Nlerclans presented theur gufts of canned foods for the Llttle Sisters of the Poor Homeroom partues concluded the festnvutues Prlzewlnner on the second floor was room 203 Garls of 110 Ilghtened Santas load thus year by supplying the needs of a famnly In Our lady of Hope Parlsh BACK ROW Carol Glannottn Father Sylvester Anne Marne Abel FRONT ROW Judy Walsh and Ann Judd deluvered the gufts to the grateful family on Christmas Eve Judges Mr Frank Ross Mass Kathleen MacHaIe and Mlss Anne Leszczynsku admired the artistry of Slster Mary Bonlface s Sophomore class Ill Mother's fruut cellar must have been nearly empty, for Mercy's audutornum was nearly full wlth canned food contrlbuted for the Little Susters of the Poor Seniors, l to r, Nan Hentschel, Ruth Caverly, Paul me Peprans, and Carmen Cortma helped pack the gnfts at the annual food gnvmg program In a llttle plne forest on Mercy's dnve Homeroom reps were out to fund Chrlstmas trees for their rooms 17 a A 0 0 0 , . . . , I I XX . S , 1 . . t FA. . . . -J fl ' O I I : 7:7 . 'Y X-sus Th . . , V L , Th - . . . . , . ' . -7 an ,I -. 'L ' ' I , h ' Sodclity Officers The "ideal Mercian's" life is not only concerned with studies and other school activities, but with a matter that will rate her an "A" in eter- nity. This, of course is the Sodality. From her moment of reception, every thought, Word, and deed is dedicated to Christ's most Holy Mother. Through giving herself to Mary, she will reach her goal . . . Christ. This is her way of Life. The road to heaven is offered to her in the rules and obligations she accepts. Her main purpose in life is the sanctifi- cation of herself and others. "- She need not fear the future. Walking with Mary and her Son, how could she err? Participating wholeheartedly in singing Christmas carols during the food-giving ceremony in Mc Auley auditorium were the Sodality officers, Jeanne Moyni- han, co-prefect, Ilene Melford, prefect, Christine Pado, secretary, Judy Walsh, Queen's Work co-editor, and Maureen Mc Garrigle, treasurer. Sodctlity Homeroom Representatives The spoges in O.l.M.'s spiritual wheel are the Sodality Representatives of the Freshman, Sopho- more, Junior, and Senior classes. Seniors: Nancy Macunivich, G-2, Dorothy Williams, G-5, Judy Walsh. 110, Marie Valukonis, 120. Juniors: Gloria Gloria Nemzek, 124, Mary Rose Plenda, 105, Alice Near, 215, Sue Rogell, G-4, Martha West, G-6. Sophomores: June Kendall, G-3, Richelee Dixon, G-8, Maralene Capaldi, 211, Geraldine Fegan, G-7, Carol Boehne, 202, Carolyn Przbysz, 201. Freshmen: Margaret 18 Finegan, G-1, Joan Sorensen, 207, Kay Rondina, 204, Alyene Asiulewicz, 123, Mary Lou Kazmierski, 101 Weeks of probation and preparation reached a climax at reception day ceremonies. Father Burroughs, assisted by Ilene Melford, Sodality prefect, receives seniors Carol Burke, lois Clause, Mary Marquis, and Mary Hause into the Sodality. Each year, University ef Detroit Sodality presents a two day Training School of Sodality Action, consisting of discussion groups and talks about the Sodality. Mercy's Mary Ann Eichman took second place in the TSSA poster contest. Judy Walsh and Dick Dougherty paused to admire it before hurrying to another session. s t 5' , fwM4lWW'Wfm'W , ef- f, 1 f A 5-,f l9 Above Readlng good splntual books was an nmportant part of the closed retreat Mary Repar atrlx Library offered a large selection of worth whsle reading maternal Standing l to r Ch nll Payne Leocadna Kubaslewlcz Kathy Tomson seated I to r Carmen Cortma Mary Hause and Janet Mack Left Each retreatant made a llst of sacnfnces she had made dur mg the retreat and offered these all to Mary Monica Schroeder Right Charlene McKenna ac companled retreatants as they sang Benedlctlon ln the Mann Chapel 20 Right Saymg good bye was not so easy as expected l to r Mary Lou Lopez, Kay Hamacher, Brenda Erik sen and Margaret Shortal, bud farewell to Mother Mary of St Obert gave the wreaths of sacrufnces to Our Lady The Annual Closecl Retreat Whale at the closed retreat many of the gurls, among them Carol ORourke found time to do splrltual readlng In one of the newly decorated rooms at Mary Reparatrlx s In . J . , . g X I 4 ,,,, ,. .. , .- J, , .. - ' a' 2 ' K" X . I 4 ,Q I , f l ' ' 3 R l' l -' ' Y v t 1- 'xslt Q , 'X , I V 8 ' z I l 'Ni :JRE i ' ' ' . ' , .: er- I 1 1 F I ' ' I I X - . ' ? ,, f ' 1 ' K . ' N . ,, - , lf X ll X X f h tx , ' X S . 1 X 5 I Retrecit . . . . . . plays an important part in the spiritual life of every Mercian. This year for the first time, fifty Seniors had the oppor- tunity of making a closed retreat at the Convent of Mary Repara- trix. Here retreatants began the day with Mass and Holy Com- munion followed by conferences and visits to the Blessed Sacra- ment Free time was spent in rooms or in the chapel for spiritual reading or meditation The final day of the retreat was very special for every girl because of a program in honor of Our Lady Queen of all hearts To Seniors who would soon make their own way in the world this retreat meant a great deal It was an enlightening experience always to be remembered During the week of January 28th other members of the student body gained the benefits of an open retreat Both retreats were conducted by the Reverend Father Walter Kaelin C P OLM s chapel Mal" Q-'J if Between conferences Barbara Ewald and Nancy Hart found time to say the Statlons of the Cross In MMI!! .M li W-'f"1"'yyww'v:Wiiu 8 4 t . f M' Z r AK-T ' 'fxi f fffA' T Qi xl ' W ,g,, Mos!-Z - X 4-""" 'ii 3 . ,X 2 ,- 9" B trial U , ' X..-10 4 Ds Within their scholastic heritage lies the highest caliber of learning for Mercians. The will to succeed in scholastic undertakings urges Mercians to maintain this high caliber. Making use of opportunities offered under the capable guidance of the faculty, each girl is eligible for the greatest honor of all -- that of pleasing God. Hard work is rewarded. The Honor Roll is the reward for work done, and provides an incentive to try even harder. Scholastic reward for hard work done, and provides an incentive to try even harder. Scho- lastic achievement is a requirement for the greatest honor bestowed by O.L.M. - that of admission to the National Honor Society. A solid preparation tor a vocation in lite is the reward ot diligent scholastic application during high school years. fi 2 S i l XX i lu .-, ,.,.-f-" N Lamp i ec!! Ill--- i Clbi: 2 13... Lecirning QQ., Q Q QQQQ9 AY 'THE GQACEOF Tl-IE HOLY GHOST EPILIGI-I-TEH OUQ IYI INDS AND I-IEAQTS H 4, v' ', v v 1 v 4 r Scholastic Achievements The Melting Pot ol O.L.M.'s Activities Student Council Student Council-melting pot of O.L.M. activities. Here at Mercy, where a multitude of functions continually present them- selves, chaos is averted by the well organized influence of the Student Council governing body. With an executive body of officers and representatives as its hub, the Council reaches out into all branches of student government. Student Council Representatives, elected by members of each homeroom, strive to stimulate student ideas, form sugges- tions into positive action and to present administrative programs to the student body. A F51 Student Council Ollicers Sister Mary Victorine and Student Council officers discussed plans for installing Junior monitors. Clockwise: Alice Kane, Treasurer, Donna Kelly, President, Sharon Moreau, Vice-President, Margaret Ann Cooley, Secretary. 24 Student Council Representatives Seniors: Carol Giannotti 110, Carol Mc Geogh G2, Donna Lee 120, Claire Kose G5. Juniors: Diane Crowley 215, Ruth Ann Bell 105, Sally Croke 124, Michaeleen Robichaud G4, Monica Yermak G6. Sophomores: Mary Jane O'Rourke 201, Virginia Cooley 202, Mary Rose Donegan 211, Teddy Ostrwski G3, Mary Montante G7, Elaine Macunovich G8. Freshmen: Jean Milkovie 204, Marie Benzing 123, Marcia Marcotte 101, Mary Howell G1, Sheila Sweeney 207. Magazine Drive Every girl gets an opportunity to try her hand at Salesmanship when the magazine drive time rolls around. This annual two week drive means stiff competition between home rooms with many attractive prizes being offered for the top salesmen. Money raised from this Student Council event is used for improve- ments throughout the school. First Prize Student Council president Donna Kelly rejoiced with Judy lee as she accepted her first prize of a portable typewriter, and the congratulations of Curtis Publishing Company representative Mr. Edward Kane. Magazine Drive Winners Top-ten in the 100-Club at OLM were istandingj Ruth Geraci-120, Diane St. Germaine, 207, Alice Kane, 'l'I0, Diane Williams, 207, Pat Durkin, 110, Connie Brooks, 123, Eileen Campbell, G7, ikneelingi- Judy Mclaughlin, second prize, Judy Lee, lst prize, Gloria Slavsky, 3rd prize. Quad-High Quad High, an organization consisting of the four Student Councils from Immaculata, University of Detroit, Catholic Central and Our Lady of Mercy, is the only council of its kind in the state of Michigan. The constitu- tion clearly defines its primary aims: to foster better relations among the four schools, to promote interschool spiritual, scholastic, and social activities, and to create a keener field of competition in all lines of activities. Sharon Moreau of Our Lady of Mercy is the Secretary of the organization. Other members from O.L.M. are Donna Kelly, Margaret Ann Cooley, Alice Kane, and Sue Chevallard. Lrvlng Cur Forth I 1. The Woy, The Truth The Life Duane Bethel lstandmgl questnoned panel members Helene Permaloff Geraldine Near Rose Marne Charles Llnda Camlller Noreen Brady and Mary Ann Alexander on the promuses of Our Lady at Fatima rn Freshman Reluglon class Resolved Teenagers do accept sufflclent responsibility Sister Mary Albertlna guuded 'IOP sophomore teenagers an dlscusslon Clock who Judith Schroeder Beverly Boes Alrce Millar MII, Allll Mdlroy Slster Mary Alber tina, Dianne Lynne, and Mary Ann Cumbo Ulllldtl' llld Slcflflte our goal and our Qlldlt, In reflected ln Jumor Rellgnon class QUIZ. Father Hnlarlon IS resource person Gloria Nemzek the questioner and Mlrlam Gaspardo on the S64 000 plateau Father Burroughs tested the Sensors on thenr newly acquired knowledge of the marks and attrlbutes of the Church Added qulps about "my dog, Fntz," made the test seem 26 anything but dull Gocl Comes Know God and you wlll love Hum love God and you wall serve Hum The knowledge of God comes to a Mercy gurl through tour chan nels As a freshman she learns how to lrve her famth In sophomore year Chrnsts lf studled from Has bnrth to Hrs crucltlxuon and death The lunlor year presents the History of thc Church from before Chrlsts birth to the 20th --A century As a sensor the student learns practu cal appllcatlon which she must follow ln her W' future years By applying her knowledge of God graduate of Mercy Hugh School IS better equlpped to love God more and serve Hum to the best of her abnlrty Religion .-ff Hlstory of Our Fcuth Triumph of Our Fcuth ---A .K -- f'l"X-qflxmr ,y ,. , rf G f I H ' Q MA" M ' 1 I l . ' , I V 'fi W- I . "Y, - Q f 'T ' 1 I M . . , . . -' . , l S IS o n a ' ' ' 1 . . 7 -4- . , ' S If me ' I yr c as 1 , E, 5 T- Lui, ,fm ,V 1 04 V , , 1: -W ,r x ' J ' 'f jx 'M 'w 0 0 x 5 .. X 0 ' ' I f A 5' I I I . I I V' u Q I 4 l ' 4 I . . A 2 , , ' . . I 1 l ' ' 'Q . n o . i, A ' 'c : ire V " ' - I , , I .. s - J L P! : i C A - A I . Q-,Q 5 is . I . . . A 'V , T . - . " I V L - I ,' T I l . F ,V I I ' I I ,J American History In Sister Mary Inez' first hour American History, Pat O'Toole acted as chairman for speaker Gloria Pattock and her aide, Marita Pigeon, ln a discussion on the effects of the Industrial Revolution on America. to those who Sociol Science At O.L.M. the social sciences play an im- portant role in each girI's curriculum. Modern History is a Mercian's first endeavor in this field. A touch of the past and the present is afforded to these students immersed in the story of man. Economics concerns Qgman and how he makes a living. Because of fthis, it is perhaps the most practical of the social sciences. Through United States History,.'stu- dents amass knowledge of their own country and forefathers, This course enables themhto understand and appreciate their America. seek Him . . . Modern History Sophomores study the history of the , whole world. So, with chopsticks, fan and tea, Diane DeRosier, and Margaret Purcell illustrated their proiect on the land of the Rising Sun for Miss Wagner's fourth hour Modern History group. w av"" is? E? Economics Alice Kane raised the torch to change Sister Mary Madonna and the sixth hour the economy of today in a panel discussion on Economics class. the guaranteed annual wage, monitored by Literature stimulates the students own thoughts makes books and reading attractnve and arouses love for the best things written A student also learns the principles that govern the correct use of language She learns that nn order to write an article ot lasting value she must be sensitive to the world around her and to her own personal experiences The world rich in marvel charm and solnd reality serves as a source ot lnsplratxon to her Through the knowledge gained In classes the student can express with pen her personal thoughts and Ideas :gg cmd they give are Julie Junior English classes rellved the Revolu work with Miss M Rodrigues tlonary Period as they decorated the Amen OBrien Barbara Reed Diane Crowlev Janet can Literature bulletin board Discussing their Ford Shlrley Ryan and Correnne Corey U x'A Mrs Kelleys Sophomore English students Andrea Mehas Virginia Thiel Judy Car discussed the personal trait of aggressive English English ll American Literature ruthers Ruta Gough and MaI'Ylee Arnold ness In Enoch Arden English Literature Leocadia Kubasiewicz Virginia Wayne Pauline Peprans and Virginia Skalski ' Senior English class analyzed each others term papers as a means of comparison and good form in composition. Sister Mary Hugh gives help to another group in the back- 29 ground. Journohwn Dromcutucs Thus IS Jane Cameron Cameron downtown Students of Suster Mary Lauren tunas Dramatuc class wull long re member the furst day they recorded theur vouces on the tape recorder In our Journalusm course the student gauns a clear under standung of the tueld ot wrutung and edutung as well as the re lated fuelds concerned wuth producung a publucatuon Thus course helps the lournalust as a cutuzen to understand the relatuon ot the press to publuc opunuon and to democratuc government Each of the speech arts platform speakung story tellung speclfuc method and purpose of uts own teachung the student self expressuon and the way to communucate her Ideas to an auduence Speech encourages and develops the gurls alertness assurance and resourcetulness Enghshl Mrs Francus and the gurls of Eng lush I recreated the courtroom scene from the Merchant of Venuce Por trayung the characters are Helene Permaloff Maruanne McDonald Anna Marue Petok Sharon Mahoney and Vlvlan Matestuc Such dramatuza tuons helped to promote a hugher Interest ln luterature Hum to others Claure Booth Luce personated by M a r Therese Janusse gave an untervlew to Journalusm re porters Seated Marulyn Carroll Beth Crowley Mary Grant Kneelung Kay Kun sunger Jacquelune Stover Standung Duane Crowle Vurgunua Thuel S are - 'c fri: ig 5 cuyu I -- ' I S x 9 A ' I . x ' ' - ni I I ,, - - 0 I ,, ' . ,Q xy 1 I ' ' - . . . I , . . 0 I - . , . . . . I - . . . I D I U . I 1 l I 1 ' I I dramatics, open-forum discussions, and pantomimes, has a e , 1 u , ' - ' ' , ' ug 2 2 , . . y W- 3 l zu ,M Ae S 2, e n . g y .D It - i ,, . ,, - . I I I . , x I ' , im- ' I, i e , , I . : ' I I W, ",' F A- . I ' 1 5 I A . 2 yr r .U . . . . Q f thmrugh ancient. 4 t Aspiring to new intellectual achievements, many OLM students take up the study of Rome, the Romans, and their Latin language. Plodding slowly at first through the mysteries of declension and syntax, the Freshmen ardently anticipate the more interesting Latin I I study of Caesar and his well-known Gallic Wars. Having mastered the commentaries of the famous Roman, the girls proceed to ad- vanced classes in Cicero, eager to know the great orator whose court addresses are still remembered and admired. The last steps along the difficult path towards proficiency are the introduction to Greek and Roman mythology and the acquaintance with Virgil in the Aeneid. 6' p L53-Y Sophomores studied the phases of Caesars Helvetlan cam pangn 5. S I-ohn I Sister Mary Carmens advanced latin Class enriched their knowledge with the study of Greek and Roman mythology Lolnlll J' Classics What' Are you all Christians? asked Proconsul Bonnie Burd ln the playlet presented by sixth hour latin l class Standing lback rowl Romans Sue Sartorlus Karen Wilson Carolin Zucal Kathleen Cronin Barbara Herdell Susan Kung Elalne Fitzgerald and Mary 30 Carroll Front Christians Kay Pehprin Patrlcla Notebaert Beverly Wesolowski and Proconsul Bonnie Burd I 4 f S X' Haw' ' W C ' i x ,, V X . QS, K . , , - . , , K x ' 1 fc N ff . . . ' 1 t i' B li 1 , , ' 1 v - n I .. . 1 tl ' A 1 B I . 5 , 3 .. - . I xr I , , X A: I t IJ I f T ., , 5' , 455 fair ya sag' , Vg ,fl ,j 1 KY 3 - tif fr' 7 1 X 3? L M. t X i ll ' ' ll ' 0 . n . 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I I I . . : : , , I I ' W P55 4224 we sa I1 R UB At a tIme when all corners of the world reach out to Ioun hands In harmonIous lIVlHg O LM keeps rIght In step wIth llS modern language program DesIgned to QIVS the gIrls an under standIng of the b6SIC fundamentals of the French and Spanlsh vernacular the program has been receIved wIth much enthusIasm so much ID fact that It has been necessary to Increase the department facIlItIes yearly Along wnth grammar and vocabulary students are Introduced to the hIstory and famous leaders of the countnes they are study Ing Advanced students become famIlIar Wllh the authors and lIterary works Customs once strange and perhaps mlsunder stood now seem normal as any of ours For sublects full of Interest and dIversIty modern languages offer much Spanish l Students from all four dlVISl0hS have the opportunity to include Spanish among their other sublects ww., 4' N French ll as they llstened to French recordmgs and followed translatlon In theIr books, wlth Sister Mary KIlIan's guidance Modern Longuoges WWW Spanish ll Carmen Cortina modeled a serape-the Spanish-American shawl-while Miss Jeanne Muenks explained its significance to members of the second year Spanish class. 31 Plone Geometry Constructing lines and angles wasn't as easy as it looked, but with the aid of Sister Mary Kilian, these Plane Geometry students attempted to master the procedure. Left to right: June Stadmiller, Mary Jo Pauli, and Jaqueline Stover. Before swinging on a star, it's better to know whether it will hold you. Carolyn Pietrucha, Mary Lynn Mooney, and Mary Montante checked the prob- lem of area with Mrs. Loretta Abel. Mothemotics Solid Geometry God is found in the Numbers form a practical science, having its origin in the practical needs of man. The necessity of measuring and counting and more torceably a thirst for knowledge urged ancient peoples to develop a system ot numbers and a way of using them. Mercians are extremely fortunate in the number of Math courses offered them. From Algebra l through Plane Geometry, Advanced Algebra, and Trigonometry to the study of Solid Geometry, OLMites profit by the experiences of the ancient and modern mathematicians. 'G-wil nt lf-V""t" Nigmll NM 5 kg maint: nil ,crm ,- I 1-ft" .s ,NA N ., Advanced Algebra Would-be theorist Diane Allen explained the point of tangency of a circle and straight line-graphed. "Do the diagonals intersect in the center?" Left to right: Helen Schlachter, Sister Mary Victor R.S.M., Joan Sevald, Carol Stepaniak, and Monica Schroeder examined with interest a prismatoid constructed by students of Solid Geometry class. clnscoverles of men One fteld of knowledge that answers questtons to everyday occurences and nnsplres the mind to gasn a greater understand Ing ts scnence After taking General Sclence the unqutsntlve minds of many Mercuans are not satlsfred untul they have taken the sciences offered them here at Mrercy In Sophomore year Biology opens a new wo ld of plant and the marvelous vvorkmgs of the human body Math and science combnne to challenge the student In Physlcs Wxth Senior year the study of Chemistry opens new avenues of research 552252 Science Pmcers sclssors and the poor worm' Srster Mary Boniface supervrses Dldnssectlonj Day as Patrlcla Lamb Shrrley Ryan and Vlrgrma la Vlgne begun II'1ClSlng plxlllated speclmens Blology General Science Physlcs No need here for a weatherman Phvsrcs students Barbara Ewald and Elizabeth Klen ner checked the anerord and Julre Ann Clem ens Judy Mahoney and Marilyn Carroll the mercurial barometers for atmospheric pres sure while Sharon Murphy charted the wall graph Genevleve Oldham and JoAnn La Londe determmed the relatnve humldlty by means of the hygrometer on Ground hog aY Youd be careful too If you started out on your own to prepare acetylene Srster Mary Leocadras Chemrstry stars Dorothea Gramlrch Jean Smrth Carole Burke and w'Chemlstry Myrna Udlcovlch tned t Successfully loretta Young poured sawdust Into heated water as the Freshman Scrence Class tested for convlctron currents Sister Mary Rebecca adpusted the burner whsle Susan Stnmson Kathy Leahy Margaret Seaclc Marne Plche Glona Pawlowskl, and Maryanne Llnane watch mtently for results 33 hl"""'l"""T"""'i. Home Nursing Advanced Clothing Advanced Clothing students tackled a course in millinery this year. Looking on as Jeanne Moynihan adjusts Pat Hess' hat are: Judy Hedges, Gail Fitzgerald, Barbara McBurney, gatgy Basford, Mary Ellen Bogan, Donna Belian and Kathy n re. Through homemaking classes, students be- come aware of the part played by the family in our society. They come to view it as the founda- tion which shapes the moral and spiritual nature of an individual, gives meaning to human digni- ty, and serves as the basis for our democracy. Skills corresponding to family living are pro- moted and fostered in the study of family rela- tionships, child development, interior decorating, foods and nutrition, and the construction and choice of clothing. re: 1 -fm -'ik ' is '-7492: An integral part of the Home Nursing course was learning to apply moist hot compresses and making steam inhalation tents. Demonstrat- ing these procedures are left to right: Diane Bethel, Susan Cavan- augh, Rita Rolak, Linda Camiller, Barbara Flum, and Rita Blaquiere. Home Economics II students found that planning color correlation throughout the home was fun also would be of much value on in their roles of future maker. Carol Thomasma favorite color scheme as Beth Molnar, Charon Rolph, e 34 Capaldi, and Marilyn Hedges look Ars in the home . opment An exciting climax to the Child Development course was observing children at play. Several Freshmen amused the children while the rest of the class wrote observations. if 9 ' ws' wi C K -i tins 5 if E l X lx , i x Z -- . '-' sa 3 W. ' ' , 1. . . . in the business world Q , Christ in the market place is the model of O. L. M. secretaries, accountants, and career women of tomorrow, as they seek to bring Him to others through their work of the business ' 2 world. Business Educonon Evelyn Goulait and Carol O' . Rourke increase their speed at the Bookkeeplng adding machine. As April 15th approached the Seniors of Sister Mary Caietan's Bookkeeping class learned the procedure of filling out an Income Tax form. Here, Margaret Shortal indicated the section where Withholding Tax is placed. Lois Clause tries her hand at the new Burroughs bookkeeping ma chine recently added to the Commer cial department A,S,D,F. . .p,L.K.J-over and over the keys went the nimble fingers of TYPin9 l Smdenls- Shonhandl Sister Mary Margaret's constant drilling on sizes, slants, strokes, speed, and accuracy accounted for the proficiency acquired by the 'Future" Secretaries. Q BL' Arl ln the creative atmosphere of the Art Room ad vanced students do watercolors of Madonnas Back row left to rlght Vrrgrnla Skalsku Judy Dawson Mary Ann Erchmann Sandra Lombard: and Srster Barbara Fish Y 'fl' Have you been through our Art Room yet? proud question often posed by Merclans to VISIIOFS of OLM Behind the pictures that lme the walls lle a treasure of talent developed by Snster Mary lgnatrus art Instructor Four years of extensuve art traunung IS offered An even broader understandnng of bal ance and good design can be acqunred through the Art Appre cnatnon Course Even though an Art Student does not further her Art rn a career she carries It Into her lute with a deeper appreciation of God s artrstry rn the world Ar Under the expert gundance of their art Instructor Art I students discover new and excltlng Ideas In therr furst attempts at panntmg BACK ROW I to r Sister Mary Ignatius Betty Cadovlch Judy Madek Mary Jane ORourke Sadie Maletz laurle Atkinson FRONT ROW Chene Murphy Pat Notebaert Mary Ann Maskery and Marcma Traskos eq. Art Appreclcltlon Wlth thelr instructor Sister Mary Ignatius Art Apprecuatlon students left to nght Florence Keys Josephlne Oster Chernll Payne Joan Johnson and Barbara Hess studned puctures of Ancient art from Praxlteles to Michelangelo MN M ,, .Nga 'sv . I 1 xl I I I ft in A we W A I 73 . ' . ' 4 fl 2 'Q . . . . . . . 2,11 A I I , , . . X - ' V r j T ..'T:i I nl , g ..... , A..--. . , . I ....... I - I I - 41 I I 1 ' K-lx f-4' I . : . . . .I I I I L' 1 I .I Mary Ignatius. Front row: Barbara Loftstrom and A A auwwvmwnxwt-oukifllsk'-r . AIM iii ' - .. W if- af ' s: , A .hir . . . I ' 1 ' I 6 ffvf gf' . . X it 0 1 I I . I A ' ' I , . : . . ll 1.2 ' WT' . no I I . ' I I K sv ' . .3 1 . . J X. . I I I V I . I I The thorough explanation of Mr John Teevin assisted Margie McGowan Frances Schnlers, and Phyllis Jokubaltls In the nnterpretation of their score Music Appreciation Students of the music appreciation class cultivated interest in music by analyzing famous composation This technique I carried out by Anne Marie Abel Mary Sancrant Mary lou :CISG and Mary Maybee under the supervision of Slster Mary rotase 'I Yee, ......vA.,...w-.-V-. V s,,,,.v,e-.er-1--v V vw- M- - - v Y U x a .L A ' 'Z Lai " ' ' -1 1 ' ., V, Mt: , ,,. rf,-1:, -V-. ' 'a,j,,. , N 1 V- ff- s'.,,w . ' - 1 T In Thimble: all-K A V I ' if 1 'A -"fi -,,1ff'Qlr1fr:,-i59'f53i'Lif 2 - ' Music, one of the five maior arts, is the heritage of every Catholic student. From the ancient chant down to the present day, the Church has been the guardian of this great art, even in secular fields. Since beauty is a reflection of the Eternal, music as an art can lead us closer to God. Taking advantage of this truth, OLM offers students a variety of music courses. Chorale students learn the essentials of music and inter- pretation and display their achievements in the annual Christmas Cantata and Spring Operetta. The Orchestra plays at school functions and at their concert - the fruit of hours of study and practice received by Orchestra members in private lessons. Supplementing these activi- ties is a music appreciation course whose main objective is to develop an appreciation of music as an art The center of our literary world is the library Library Science affords the students an opportunity to learn the practices of a library and the duties of a librarian i Library Science Parents were lbll M Ill llbrixty Procedures in action on Parents Night Here Sigur Mgyy Iggy gg lamed the Deity Doclllll Sytilm ,gs I , I . . .. . . U O , Vi I ' I u l I J I 1' 5 rr X s ' si' . 1' 5 ' TFC-Q x 5 1 5 s Q ty, . ' I I V g 1 h', K , ,- x, ' . P ,C , . X ,U . ,f ' , L ,M tx, L' I Co operatlon and Faur Play The physlcal educatxon course provides an outlet for the bound less energles of O L M s students Sportsmanshtp leadershnp and team cooperation ns a daily practice In every class Newcomb volleyball basketball and softball combtne to make the mann sports of the course For variety the gurls have free play march Ing exercnstng relays square dan :ng and weather permlttnng archery Pat OToole Joyce McGraw Mary Margaret Mc lernon leocadla Kubaslewlcz and Sharon Corcoran showed their skull and aglllty m gym class that led them to the basketball trophy for the Seniors Basketball Newcomb Sophomores Arlene Saroglua Daniel Renter Mary Agnes Wllllams and Sharon Rath tried to prevent Sensor Pat OToole from scoring m the Newcomb tournament The Seniors went on to vlctory and the cup Gym Class Inhale 'l 2 exhale 3 4 Mrs Sumrlll gave her gym class lnstructuons for 38 breathlng exercises as part of their physlcal fitness program 1 ,M I O an . , . . . . . . , , ' 1 1 1 3 ' 1 1 ' W 1 1 1 '- 1 1 1 uv-f a..m.lL , ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . , . . . . . , . . . . . throughout the year. led to leadership in action cf .fs Athletic Association The Athletic Association, a counterpart ot physical education, sponsors tour intermural tournaments with A.A. representatives officiating. Horseback riding, swimming classes and the swim- ming team, originating from the A.A., are proving themselves a great success this year. The A.A. also carries on other activities, some ot which include play clay, a dance, and an outing on the grounds with all the picnic trimmings. ,..N . ff' X -,- is cz' , , , .... ,, ,. ca , ,af 6 ,... Officers Www at-A mat 'mlm 'W' iliatiw Jnj? tim . laid. Judy McLaughlin, PRESIDENT, Julie Walton, VICE- PRESIDENT, Joy Obermiller, TREASURER, and Diane Christian, SECRETARY, led the way for another year of successful A.A. activities. A. A. Representatives A.A. representatives kept Mercians informed of the club's activities FRONT ROW: Sue Denomme 211, Judy Carruthers G 7, Gail Fitzgerald 110, Leocadia Kubasciewiez G2, Daniel Renier 202. W Sarah Armruster, Alicia Yarsavage, and an unidentified student, members of OLM's riding club, had many pleasant rides after a busy day at school. SECOND ROW: Jane Sweeney 124, Virginia Skalski G5, Marcella Chos- zizyk G3, Rita Sullivan 207, Marilyn McKendry 101, Sharon Beatty 123. THIRD ROW: Connie Urish 215, Anita Mehas 204, Betty Waldman 105, Diane Isaac G1, Carolyn Przybyz 201. ABSENT: Mary Moran 120, Rosanne Cole G4, Loretta Burke G6, Donna Gaffney G8. if ii Many hours of hard work and practice paid off in victories for Ol.M's swimming team. FRONT ROW: Mary Joan Sullivan, Mary Ann McDonough, Mary Ann Mc- Donnell. SECOND ROW: Deanna Maher, Pamela Ellis, Donna Maher, Ruth Geraci, Kathy Riley, Daniel Renier. THIRD ROW: Donna Belian, Patricia Hesse, Patricia Wilder, Nan Hentchel, Mary Margaret Scanlan, Rosanne Cole, Karin Legenhause, Diane Dubie. Swimming Team 39 1. 5 2 T :Mr 1 g i 2 n: , sg p F V gf if 1 A if f gi 4 is .ffilf wg fig 1 I . 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Q i .Q . I . l e l c 1 1 1 , i X 1 2 5 T s Q li , it 5 if iii 9,5 Y val . 1 ,i, if l , i e I l lll lll i Th ltural and social aspects of a Christian life have their place in the e cu development of a Mercian. A Well integrated personality is the result of her participation, not only in studies, but also in vvholesorne and well planned ' 'A ' ' c h'1't fashion group activities, such as dances, field trips, operettas, art ex roi s, shows, orchestra and chorale, vocational clubs, and school publications. diums in which to develop self expression At O.l..M., there is a variety of rne and ones own personality, Because each Mercian brings Christ and l-lis princip es i curricular activities, she not only enriches her o special patron, Mary, who was the first Christrbearer. l 'nto her extra vvn life, but also imitates her Songs of resplendence, The Chorale group studied the essentials of muslc reading ear tramlng volce production and Interpretation obtaining an acqualntance with Chorale literature of varlous types Chant folk song light opera classic and popular rhythms were Included nn the repertoure as well as the masterpleces of composers of many pernods SOPRANOS Judy Barron Kathleen Basford loretta Burke Marlene Capaldl Duane Chrls han Jo An Crrka Vrrgrnla Cooley Chrlstme Davls Polly Doll Jane Donaldson Mary Rose Donlgan Ruth Geracl Mane Ellen Goddard Duane Hulan Nancy Keane Mary Ann Kelly Claudla Kruck Mary Kay LaBranch Duane MacDonald Elame Macunovuch Maureen McGar rlgle Carol McGeough, Donna Morenc Sandra Murray, Glona Nemzek Chernll Payne Elizabeth Polk Barbara Reed Jacquellne Rodolme Agnes Rosowskl Judlth Ross Mary Margaret Scanlan Jean Smlth Maxine Tuszynskl Carol Vmcent SECOND SOPRANOS Patrncna Beatty Donna Bellan Carole Burke Yvonne Camlller Margaret Collmge Margaret Cooley Patrrcla Delorme Margaret Demgen Joan Fmnegan Kathleen Freeman Emily Gracobazza Susan Hart Patrlcra Hassett Bernadette Hourlgan Sue Hunslnger Ann Judd Alrce Kane Camille lack Donna Lee Patrlcla Pawlak Ann Prkulmskl Noreen Schmidt Catherrne Schueren Carolyn Schultz Carol Stepamak Kathy Sullivan Antoinette Turchln Barbara Valente Judy Walsh Sandra White lynn Wright ALTOS Anne Marne Abel Alleen Campbell Sue Chevallard Mary Lee Clrka Maureen Curtann Patrlcla Frelds Patncla Hesse DesNeuges Marquis Elnzabeth McCann Judy Mc laughlm Jeanne Moynlhan Joy Obermlller Susan Revltte Margaret Seacord Joan Sevald, Mary Ann Alexander Carolyn Ammann Janet Anderson Judy Anderson, linda Anderson Anleen Aslulewlcz Mary Lou Bales Manlyn Bankett Barbara Barkley Sharon Beatty, Ruth Anne Belanger Marlon Berthlaume Mary Rose Beyer Carol Bingham Ruta Blaqulere Patncra Boos Patrlcla Bourgeols Noreen Brady Carolyn Brennan Connle Brook Karen Brooks Bonnle Burd Maureen Burns Ann Busse lmda Camlller Mary Carroll Susan Cavanaugh Mary Charleston Kathy Cholnowskl Judy Clos Alnce Davls Vlvlan Davls Glorla Demute Patrlcra Doran Mary Beth Donovan Judy Dubuc Judy Duquette Sandra Falardeau Sharon Fedormchrck Margaret Fmnegan Barbara Flum Margaret Forestel Carol Frmk Kathy Grant Mane Gray Rkta Gustma Margaret Hallahan Mary Haney Mary Beth Hamfan Loretta Hart Dayle Hvesen Brbara Herdell Mary Ellen Howard Mray Howze Margaret Hunter Duane Isaac lots Isaac Beverly Johnson Madelyn Johnston Carol Jones Nlckalyn Kapron Kathleen Klamas Duane Kott Sybrl Kuczynskl Patncla Lalewlcz Marlon lamb Karen letke Irene llnenberg Patncra Llsklewrcz Judy Malsonvulle Annta Mehas Mary lynn Mooney Kathleen Mortler Patrlcla McGoogIe Patrlcra McKelsky Marllyn McKendry Sue McSorley Patncla Notebaert Carol Ann Nowlckr Kathleen 0CaIlaghan Carolyn 0'Connor, Sharon Olesac, Mary Carol Patterson, Joy Prout, Elaine Przbylskl, Dorothey Putters, Ruta Rolak, Cathy Rondina, Donna Rotta, Patncla Schalff, Joan Scmitt, Carolyn Scwartz, Glorla Slavsky, Mary Sue Smrley, Karen Storch, Sharon Storch, Mary 42 Alice Stout, Arlene Sztuk, Mary Ann Thoma, Joanne Vrale, Kathleen Vots, Julie Walsh, Sherran Walter, Carol Watson, Martha Watt, Karen Wrlson, Penny Wlser Carolyn Zucal I I I I ' I I I I : I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I r I r 1 ' I I I I I I I I I I I I ' : I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' : I I I I I r r r 1 ' I I I I I Katherine Sheehy, Margaret Westrlck. Patrlcla Wllder, Ellen Wlnck. -T 1 3' : ' 'I , , : '3 V U sf + , ' W 1 . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I I . . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . . . . , I I I I I Muslc Graduates -Q Strains of beauty The OLM Orchestra under the able dlrectuon of Mr John Teevln performs at school functions and presents an annual Spring Concert The necessary fundamentals In theory and practical appll cation for students who deslre to become professional muslcuans IS obtained by membershnp an the orchestra The students gaun an understanding of the many dlfflcultles and necessary con centratlon rn concert performances thereby gettlng a better In sight and apprecnatuon of the profundltles of the art Bach Beethoven Chopnn Mozart Hadyn sonatas pre Iudes fugues concert: Baroque Classic Romantuc and as she prepares to present a public recntal of fuve or more composltlons A background of varuous styles of music IS obtanned In her Music Llterature course which IS completed before her graduatlon Charlene McKenna, Frances Schnlers Muslc graduates VIOLINS Sue Mally Frances Schnlers Vlrglnla Cooley SAXOPHONE Janef Melfqrd Rube.-fa Miller Dorothy Smlth Ruta Hmtz Carol Novak Rosanne Cole CLARINET M M M I M h Phyllis .Iokubams Marnlyn Japp Marianne McDonald Peggy van wzzn oran an yn a ar Mary watson and Cynthla Chesney vlo A I Id d TRUMPET Maureen McGlnty Carol Blasko. L Caro Ca erwoo Carol Chesny TUBA Pat Kondrath CELLO Nora Howell Ellzabeth Klennar Mary Howell PERCUSSION M L L L B BASS Margne McGowan Donna Curtls ary ou Opel arena urke Elame FLUTE Teddy Ostrowskl Mary Montante Donna Stryker Flfzgerald PIANO Charlene McKenna Judy St Aubm Eleanor Haydon 43 I . 1 I I - I . ' V ,A q, I , I V5 ' I I I . I I I ' ' ' I - t 'K' I I I ' ' ' 1 I 1 Contemporary, . . . all are part of the Music Graduate's program, Vx , . . . y I I , U 1 . ' I I I , . . . I ' ' I I I . ' n a n a n ' I I I I I : ' , : , . 5 I . I ' u 1 : I I : , . - . : ', , , . . , , , to glorify God before men Prmclpols Joanne Curka Joan Anderson egg Noreen Schmldt Mary Margaret Mclernon Maureen McGarngle Duane Chnshan 44 Operetto K i The progress of our operetta The Fortune Teller was frequently dnscussed by the heads of the music department left to right Mr John Teevln Mlss Suzanne Enchhorn Snster Mary Protase and Snster Mary Alberhna SOPRANO Vnrgunna Cooley Jane Donald son Jacquellne Rodollne Maureen Mc Garngle Duane Chnstnan SECOND SOPRANO Kutty Schueren Kathleen Freeman ALTO Susan Bassett Shurley Paval Polly Doll Maureen Curtnn Joy Obermlller Chorus 151 i ,L Q 0 x if I V Q , Q! f 1 1 E ,A '4 r,,,...,- J, J ,' 'A X flix A ll ll . . l ' . I . I I '3 G fi ' , , 2? : I , -' sa Li f F f L tl' , S -V V sr l' ' A I Q l V 1 . A K Q . I . . . F : 'Nl " y Y . I I I . I . u 5 A Q L 1 "Y ' ?f V "The Fortune Teller" MUSETTE fthe Fortune Tellerl. ,,,,, .,.., A ,. .,,.., Diane Christian SANDOR ,.,,,.. .... ...... , ............. , , Maureen McGarrigle CAPTAIN LADISLAUS ..., ., ,......, .. Joan Anderson COUNT BEREZOWSKI , ,,.,.., .Noreen Schmidt FRESCO lballet masterl Mary Margaret Mclernon BORIS . ,, ,,.,,.,.. , .. . .,,,. ...,,. , , VANINKA ,..,,,, , .. ......, . .... MME. POMPON ,. .. Margaret Cooley . ..,...... Jean Smith Waltraud Paehler Claudia Kruck ST. ALMIR ,..,. .. Patricia Delorme ST. TIMOR .... , ,..... ..... D iane MacDonald WANDA ....,,, , .,,, Mary Rose Donigan VERA , , ,. ,....,, Mary Lee Cirka ILONA ,,......,,,,. Sharon Moreau MONA ......... .. ......... DesNeiges Marquis QU' N 2 10.0 O: ' o 51416 . ' Q 'U Glorianne Mulligan, Constance Shaieb, Patricia Fields, Lynn Wright, Carol Kushner, Carol Bissonnette, Judith Ross, Sharon Moreau. arar ' a 'fmt age, 'g Xt, V Gypsy Dancers Practice seeth!!! fOr OPONHI' performers ' 43, -gh Rita Palombit, Cherrill Payne, Ann Malone, Natalie Bernocco, Mary lou Heise, Judith Ross, Constance Shaieb, DesNeiges Marquis, Marlene deleo. Husso rs nf Joan Anderson, Pat Delorme, Diane MacDonald, Loretta Burke, Maxine Tusynski, Donna Maher, Deanna Maher, Judith White, Margaret Collinge, Leocadia Kubasiewicz, Susanne Revitte, Ann Marie Abel, Suz- anne Chevallard, Patricia Cockburn, Ellen Krietmeyer, Carol Vincent, Palma Ellis, Gloria Nemzek. BolletDoncers a 1 Combined with expressions of ideals Macbeth MACDUFF FLEANCE ...,,....,.....,............,........,..,....,..,,....,...,.,,.,.......,...,......,,...,.,..... Bruce Francis U. of D. WITCHES ,.......,.. Carol McGeogh, Carol Flemming, Kathleen Tomson,O.L.M. DUNCAN ,....,................,....,.......,..,....,,,,..,,..........,,...........,.,...,..........s .John Sponski, U. of D. MALCOLM ,.....,.....,.,,...,.,...,..,...................,.......,.............,......,,.....,....,..... Frank Cody, U. of D. SARGEANT .... ,..... ROSS ......,,......,,..,.. BANQUO ..,,.,,.... MACBETH .. .,.,,, ..,......,........,..,.....,.,.......,... APPARITIONS ...,...... ,....,...... D iane Williams iHecatel, Barbara Perrone, LADY MACDUFF ......,.,.. MACDUFF'S SON ........., MESSENGER .,.,.......... DOCTOR ..,.....,.,......... .... GENTLEWOMAN .....,.,,... SEYTON .....,.,,.............. PORTER ,,.,...,.........,......,... LADY MACBETH ........,......................... Maureen Mc Garrigle-narrator. .................Jerry Lilly, U. of D. ...,.,..John Langan, U. of D. ...,..,.Phyllis Jokubaitis, O.L.M. ...........John Sponski, U. of D. .Brent Wasik, U. of D. ...Joseph Walton, U. of D. ..-Thomas Pustell, U. of D. ...,....Rev. S. Listermann, S.J. Sybil Kuzinski, O.L.M. .......Noreen Schmidt, O.L.M. Michael Moriarity, U. of D. ...........Tom Donigan, U. of D. ..-Dorothy Williams, O.L.M. Carolyn Shultz gave the stage the eerie effect for Macbeth and the weird sisters. Readers' Theater Reader's Theatre came to O.L.M. when Father J. Listermann, of University ot Detroit High School, and Sister Mary Laurentina, O.L.M., combined the talents ot their respective dramatic de- partments to present Shakespeare's Macbeth in modern dress. Macbet.h's ambitious character was portrayed by Fr. Lister- mann, and the influential Lady Macbeth by Dorothy Williams. Communlcotlon Arts Dorothy Wnlhams broadcast her prlze-wmnmg essay over WKAR Toplc Tuberculosus Topics ranged from the Amerlcan Farm Pollcy to the commercnaluzatlon of Chrlstmas Repre sentattve groups from OLM met with other De trout hugh schools to pool thenr oprnuons and determnne a conclusnon or better understandung of The sublect Dlscusslon Soul Bank Wall the Soul Bank work? Members of the Speech clubs from Mercy and U of D Hugh dlscussed the 1956 57 Natuonal Questuon The Farm Pohcy Members of the panel are Joe Doust John Sponskl Carol McGeogh and Nora Howell After the dnscusslon Kathy Tomson Mrs Francis Father Llstermann and Larry Mlller were served punch and cookies by Sharon Moreau Current AlFGIFS mu- lUVNlkT FGM nga ,Ugg mann: mul it Qunz Em Show They read the news-to know the news of clty state and natnon OlMltes met Immaculatans on Channel 4 WWJ TV The Detrolt News sponsored "Belles On Their Toes" DIRECTORS Nora Howell, Carol McGeogh -.Q qw .- ,: ..: "Belles on Their Toes", a completely student directed and produced presentation, climaxed the third quarter. First planned as a theater in the round, it vvas soon discovered that the perpetual motion of ten children could not be confined within the limited space avail- able. The actors betook themselves to the stage. Students presented the annual Polio show with all the proceeds going to charity. Cost ol Chorocters Nora Howell . Anne Bracken MRS. GILBRETH, MOTHER ......,.. ANNE ERNESTINE ,. Yvonne Camiller MARTHA , . . Brenda Ericksen FRANK , . , Alice Kane ,, u u ' I -- Al Lynch, the Nantucket Hot Dog , sang Aint Bm- TEN OF HER CHILDREN H She Sweet" in his attempt to woo Ernestine. . Donna Belian wagon. l'm guilty," confessed Tom, the handyman to Mr. Crawford, much to the amusement of the Gil- breth children. Dusting-cleaning is completed in minutes when it's done the effi- cient Gilbreth way. Mr. Hathaway, right, studied the intracacies of the human conveyor belt in the shaking 49 of the feather duster. LILLIAN .. ,, ,. Sharon Moreau FRED .. Myrna Udkovich DAN ,,...,.. ..,Agnes White JACK ..,..,..., Ruth Geraci BOB .,,,.... .t,.., .... . S hirley Jaynes TOM, THE HANDYMAN ,, . , ., ., . ..,,. ...Charlene McKenna MR. HATHAWAY, THE ROOMER ,, .. .loan Finnegan LEORA, A DISTANT RELATION DR. BOB, THE NEW FAMILY DOCTOR , .,,,. Camille Lack . .. Nan Hentschel AL LYNCH, THE NANTUCKET HOT DOG . .. Julie Walton DAVID LORING, AN UNEXPECTED VISITOR .. Marita Pidgeon MR. CRAWFORD, A POLICEMAN , , ,.,. ,. ..,,., .Frances Schniers Extracurricular Organizations Q X ' it, ,A-,A are a 5- 1,4 . 7 - N fa A-.,.,..... . , . .' I V -4 1, ' t . ,, if 1. lj Mrs. Hoskins and Sister Mary Caietan didn't have to work "round the clock" because of the valuable assistance of Nancy Morrison, Monica Schroeder, Pauline Peprans, Pat Durkin, Myrna Udkovich, Doro- thea Gramlich, and Mary Jo Schlaff. Absent: Jean Reid. Chapel Aides Chapel aides are the "iMarthasl, busy about the service of Our lord." Gloria Nemzek, Jane Sweeney and Carol Giannotti had the treasurer, planned and carried out details for their monthly meetings. privilege as here they laid the vestments for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Llll Bookstore Aides "Check" . . . Bookstore aides checked in, out, on, and off, the respective supplies as they arranged for a "rush hour." Agnes White and.Emily Zammit handled uniforms, Florence Keys, the book orders Marie Valukonis and Donna Lee the shelving, and Patricia Wiethoff incidentals. Service Groups Business Office Aides Library Aides library routines were efficient and smooth running through the unselfish co-operation and "service with a smile" of library aides. left to right: Delores Carey, Judy Greely, Gloria Nemzek, Arlene lauron, lauralee Deyo, Francis Kelly, Jean Pattock, Carol Boase, Edwina Wronski, and Marita Pidgeon. Sensors Felrcla Havey and Agnes Whlte served refreshments to Rosemarie Charles Read dear students And you shall agree That the Freshman class Has talent and glee Although you may not recognuze thus verse you re member the Freshman Talent Show which ns an annual Freshman event an event N' whuch took endless tame and work on the part of the stu dents and the able dnrectors Snster M Jeanne Mrs Francts and Mass Euchhorn A succesful performance Included talented pnanlsts pantomlmers dancers and singers who made the audi 'nr a JL torlum rung with laughter and Marlene Telly as Carol Peltner awarted her turn y I 'Xl Plxre faced Marcla Mar cotte kept us entertauned between scenes durmg the Freshmen Shane ot Teo ond Talent Show Frosty llourse Foxl and fnends lAnn Dulas and Mary Lou Balesj cavorted about the stage In a happy wlnter setting Bubblmg wuth enthu slasm Jean Mllkovle set the scene for the following act 5h9W Elouse lCarol Herdelll was up to her old trucks as she out tugged X- f 50 her lrttle fnend lMargaret Montantet whsle Lnnda Camuller and Sharon Fedorlnchnk enloyed the proceedmgs . ' I .. 1, V V, tg' . A A J , , I . , V .,,. , T Y V, ,I ..' f 1 - - 3 ' ,T - . f ,A F' ff? I , " . ' 9' 'af A P . " mf " , ' 4 " s 7 5. .gg .v 7 - ,r ,ww . , 1 ,A y , h " . V" . 1 . 1 "4 , . . . . I I 1 1 n a ' I - 'T 1 0 1 ,, 7 A. 4 I 1,2 , . . s t 'T' .X ' , , X LX - l . . - l c . . . . , T L . i X 'J I hd . . A .r g X ,ex l x 8 1 X K qw gy., " . 3 X ' as T 1 F T It . , . Il ' t Porents Gbserve Doughters in Action Something new was added to OLM IH l956 whnch met wnth great success It was Student Parent Nlght on November l5th that brought parents to OLM to see classes In action Experiments were performed In science classes letters taken In Shorthand cla ses and debates carrned on IH Hvstory and Economic classes When dlsmxssed the teachers were avallable for conferences with parents ms: 'Il HIC Alldlf0l'IUl'l1 vestlbule Suster Mary Vlctorlne greets plhllh If Ill! Opening of the Parents Nrght session I to Mrs D Plrllwnt, Manlyn Wendt Mrs F Wendt Ms D hrldwnt, Mr F Wendt "Mldlll!0 Cuties of Mercy world and their parents e piriina U few apprehensnve moments as Ruth Geracl and Stihl' leocadla expernment with the dehydratmg property of lulfuruc acld Looking on are Paullne Peprans Carol Flemming Agnes Whlte Nan Hentschel Edwnna Wronskl unldentlfned parents Joy Obermnller and Joan Panek Judy Mclaughlm demonstrates the operatron of the mysterious mlcroscope to Interested onlookers Pictured above I to r Snster Mary Boniface RSM Palma Ellls, Mr and Mrs Donald Ellls, and Mrs Sulll van .-1 K l , ,gs I lx fi! v 3.7 lc I ' ' - . fs L 5 s , . . . . . X I d , - 'Q - Lg' I K . x ' il T X x . M' 1. -gum-A K ' 5 . . I . . ' ' ' : . r. . . ' , . . , r. . b' . . . A H - X- . I . . I . ' . I I . .I . . 1 I ' in -ci, W If The Voice ot the students . . . Its publications present the picture of lite at OLM . , through news flashes, literary articles, and fascinating P 1- photos. Mercians eagerly await the arrival of every U issue of each publication. The Newsprint alerts Mercians to coming events and gives the highlights of all im- , portant happenings. The end of the school year brings the Raymunda and the yearbook fresh from the printers to the hands ot waiting Mercians. The very best in literary accomplishments are displayed in the Raymunda. Prize winning poetry and excellent essays and short co-EDITORS: stories are all contained in it. The yearbook, the OLM Lore, recalls each event in the school year, whether scholastic, social, or cultural. It is a Mercian's memory book. Margaret Murray and Carolyn Mirek. Newsprint Stott Rciymundo S Q I NEWSPRINT editorial staff tackled proofreading and dummy paste- up as they prepared to put out another issue of their "AII CathoIic",- "All American" school paper. Copy goes through the final stages before printing in the hands of typists. Circulation staff members prepare mailing lists for speedy delivery to subscribers. TYPISTS: Pauline Peprans, Mary Jo Schlaff, Claudia Kruck, Carmen Cortina, Mary Hause. EDITORIAL STAFF: Monica Yermak, Patricia Wiethoff, Brenda Erikson, Mary Mulherin, Maureen Curtin, Barbara loftstrom, Mary Ann Eichman, Ann Button, Judy Mclaughlin. BUSINESS STAFF: Kay Hamacher, .lean Smith, Felicia Havey, leocadia Kubasiewicz, Nancy Morrison. Co-editors Alicia Yarsavage and Noreen Schmidt examine contribu- tions for inclusion in the current 52 volume. Treasure ol Memories OLM Lore CO EDITORS ul" Nora Howell Helen Schlachter 1 ZS!-,Q ,AKA X axtbba Sta Marilyn Wendt, Patricia Wlethoff Alice Kane Margaret Ann Cooley Elizabeth Lore Contrnbutors Marcotte Patricia OToole Juanita Saputo Sharon Moreau Claire Kose Joy Howrck Virginia Wayne Anne Mane Abel lore Staff Contributors Jeanne Moynrhan Carol McGeogh Christine Pado Cherrnll Payne Carol Stepanrak Anne Bracken Charlene McKenna CSPA OLM Lore Re presentcmves Leslie Dingman G1, Carol Stephaniak G2, Mary Margaret Topolski G3, Judy Mc Laughlin G4, Mary Janisse G8, Helen 207, Judy Barron Yvonne Cammiller Ellen Bogan GS, louise Teasdale G6, Virginia Thiel G7, Marie Therese Cottrell 201, Mary Grant 202, Helen Permaloff 204, Gloria Slavsky 211, Mimi McDonnald 215, lois McKinnon 101, Rita Hintz 105, 110, Ruth Geraci 120, Arleen Asiulewicz 123, Corrine Corey 124. Regardless of age or variety of interests, Mercy pro- vides a club to suit the needs ot every girl. Organizations WW range from service to musical clubs and includes several pre-professional groups. Professional speakers, trips, charitable proiects, club- sponsored dances, and many other activities are arranged to make each meeting an interesting and informative period. Spanish Club ' Carmen Cortina, Spanish Club president, showed Mary lou lopez, vice-president, Jean Reid, secretary, and Jean Smith, treasurer, her Ideas for a discussion on Spanish customs and folk lore. Speech Arts Club W Preparing for the all-important Forensic contest was the task of the Speech Arts Club officers. l. to R. Dorothy Williams, president, Noreen Schmidt, vice-president, and liz Marcotte, treasurer. ' L bit, and Carol Stepaniak at their Roman Banquet. French Club g Commercial Club Hludy SL Aubin! How did a Frenchman ge, in Commercial club members "prettied-up" with arti- here?" was the query of other French Club officers . . f f d ,. . J d Walsh Jo Obermiller Maureen McGarrigle. facial, but handsome corsages or a un -raising prol- ' ' ' U Y ' Y ' ect. They are: louise Teasdale, Mary Jo Sulock, Nancy Cole, Mary Jo Schlaff, club president, and Pauline 54 Peprans. lo tin Club QS. . 1 y A, Sophomore slaves, Janet Melford, Virginia Cooley, Joanne Banas, and Nancy Allen 1 F x , Q waited hand and foot on the gods and goddesses, Diane Smith, Diane Allen, Rita Palom- Clubs Clubs organized to stimulate interest in various careers are particularly interesting in the fact that they are able to give the girls an unbiased picture of the work and education necessary for the careers, which they might easily miss otherwise. Future Teachers Club Julie Walton, Ann Bracken, Doctor lofthaus, Mercy College Supervisor, and Marilyn Wendt set off f0l' a tour of grade schools. Karen Legenhause, vice-president, Lois Carroll, president, and Jean Reid, treasurer, listened atten- tively as Anne Bracken, secretary, read the minutes of the meeting of the Future Teachers Club. my ,Mm mffwf ff wf V- f 54 Sister Mary Rebecca, club moderator, Ruth Geraci, president, Donna Belian, first vice-president, Marilyn Wendt, second vice-president, and Agnes White, Secretary-treasurer, looked on as Sister Mary Agnita, x-ray technician, demonstrated the method of x-ray- ing the hand. X5 in, Future Nurses Club Program chairman, Donna Lee and treasurer Mary Jo Sullivan look to president Pat Durkin for aPP'0Val as they pinned up a bulletin board for the benefit of Future Nurses. Secretary Camille Lack checked her notes. Home Economics Club i Future Home Economics cllllll CD5 Ofndlfi lofi to right: Gail Fitzgerald, Yvonne Camilla- and Janet Mack put the finishing touch!! on the fllflllj ,llllflll Show. 55 Dclnces The social calendar of OLM was well filled wath festive dances sponsored throughout the year by the varnous organ: zatrons Mercys debut was made In the fall whlch began wlth the always popular A A Sock Hop Along wlth pumpkins and scare crows the gym was fnlled with laughter and unturlng dancing Gel lending the Harvest Moon a helping hand Gall Fitzgerald and Judy Mclaughlm prepared to raise It to Its lofty spot for the evening Mlngled wlth the light Harvest Moon l"' Although she didnt dance m her socks Mrs Ruth Sumull athletic director still kept the splrlt of the sock hop with her partner Robert Peters 4 Resting weary stoclunged feet, Judy White, Donna Maher, Betty Waldmann, Dorothy Williams and their escorts, sat under their "Harvest Moon" at intermission. of laughter . Dads and Daughters Dance ' In November the annual Dads' and Daughters' Dance was ' held with its usual contests of the fathers, he with the most X daughters, the shortest and tallest father and the one with the largest feet. The girls were truly amazed that their fathers had pep that lasted the entore evening. Wearing his crown as proudly as he escorted his daughter, Anne, Mr. Robert Button was king of the evening. Mr. Edward Moran really didn't wear those ear- muffs to the dance. He won them for having the most daughters, including Janith, who took him. The dangling baby boots represent the second contest he won-the father with the biggest feet. Mr. Joseph loviska had the distinction of being the tallest father at the Dads and Daughters dance. He and his daughter, Jo Ann graciously posed before enioying another dance. Before the big night, Juniors Mary Rose Plenda, Roberta Villaire Nancy Hart, and Gloria Nemzek busily put the finishing touches on the decorations. "After the Ball was over!" The work began. Karen Swader and Lorraine Mastei washed dishes. Annlversa ry a 4 Pauslng for a moment from therr gay nnght of dancmg sensors and their dates posed around the Festive Christmas tree In the lobby of Lovett Hall Front row Bull Bordynoslu Juanrta Saputo James Yezbeck Julee Walton Jean Reid Tom Aldrrdge Sharon Moreau and Nora Howell Back row Ronald Danovrch Carolyn Mlrek Larry Blalr Andrea Larkln Mary Ellen Bogan Duck Caldwell Jrm Otenbaker Gall Fitzgerald Ken Walton and Bull Robb put God cmd Hrs Mother January Thaw All heads turned to the Queen and her escort as they recerved final instructions from Carlos Rlvrera during the Grand March L to r Brenda Erlksen, Dale Neumann, Margaret Murray, Frank Szymanskr, Queen Carolyn Mlrek, and Ron Danlovlch ' R 4 xx . E , ' , 3 l .Iwi 9 1 V u xt J ll ' .Q O O I O J l N 1 N 58 Mardr Gras queen Carmen Cortrna and her escort In the spotlight As Christmas bells began to rung Mercrans knew the Annu versary Ball was not tar oft and vvrth that wondertul teellng ot anxrety a shimmering tormal was purchased Soft music and chandelrers at Lovett Hall added the tunrshrng touches to tlse qulntesscence of the Chrrstmas season The Press Ball January Thaw brought the semester to Close wrth nclcles and a true wrntry atmosphere Sprung was ushered In wrth the Mardi Gras and our gym was given a Parrslan atmosphere complete with a srde walk cate and street lamps Mardi Gros 'ti Wrllmg workers left to rught lols Carroll Edwma Wronskl Muriel Gaspardo and Patrlcla OMalley deco rate the gym for the Mardr Gras the swung of the grand march Juniors, Sue Revltte and Kathy Fltzgerald and therr dates enloy the Old Creole atmosphere of the Mardi Gras French Club presldent Joy Obermnller gets unto New 2' WRX .,.-ff Af' For we llght our candles from their torches Q Bottom Row: M. Stout, K. Storch, P. Schloft, S. Storch, G. Slavsky, C. Schwartz. Middle Row: J. Schmitt, M. Stack, K. Steen, J. Sellors, M. Smiley, C. Storace, B. Struck. Top Row: S. Sweeney, B. Scul- ly, C. Talbot, S. Stimson, A. Sztuk, J. Sorensen, M. John- ston, D. St.Germaine. Bottom Row: B. Wesolowski, C. Watson, C. Zucal, M. Watt, K. Vots, R. Williamson, J. Tanner. Middle Row: L. Young, S. Walter, B. Trescott, B. Teagan, T. Zarkis, M. Telly, C. Yarsavage, M. Traskos, J. Viale. Top Row: M. Thoms, C. Weeks, P. Wiser, K. Wilson, J. Walsh, D. Williams. fm, vvurf Aj 41 vfrffltogfft- ti rf'-Qfffjkfft 5-4 When the sun shines brightly overhead and a breeze is blow- ing, there is no nicer spot on our campus for an enioyable conversation than the corner of the patio surrounding the belvedere. Beyond the vantage point ot these Freshman class officers is seen a striking view ot "Mercy Ocean", the willow trees, and McAuley Auditorium, all a part of the new lite opening before them at Mercy. Lett to right are: Rosemarie Charles, Vice-President, Marcia Jo Pais, Secretary, Linda Werth- man, Treasurer, and Mary Howard, President. Looking ahead, these Mercians plan their activities so that each will bring them one step closer to their eternal goal, Heaven. They know that, although their scholastic education is very important, the knowl- edge ot their religion must have first consideration at all times. Rounding out their training are the extra-curricular activities ot which Mercy has an abundance. Striving for the perfect combination of all three, the Senior class of 1960 marches forward "To God through OLM." Sister Mary Jeanne, R-5-M- Freshman Moderator Gagnon, K. Grant, M. Grant Middle Row: J. Hallman, L Hart, B. Johnson, M. Gusko han, C. Hern, C. Jones. Bottom Row: J. Love, M. Mar cotte, G. Malinowski, M McHugh, M. McKendry, l Linenburg. Middle Row: P McKelsky, P. McGonagle, M McDonald, M. Mahar, S. Man ning, J. Malone, A. McGuffey D. McLellan. Top Row: J Madek, E. McKeon, P. Liskie wicz, J. Maisonville, L. McKin non, V. Matestic, S. Mahoney P. Loviska. Bottom Row: M. Hunter, S. C. Frink, R. Gustina, D. Issac: I D. Hansen, C. Herdell, L. Fox, M. Gray. Top Row: M. Hani- fan, L. Hart, M. Howell, M. Howze, M. Haney, M. Halla- Bottom Row: A. Dulas, B. Domchowski, S. Falardeau, M. Dufour, M. Dube, M. Bales, M. Donovan. Middle Row: B. Flum, K. Dingeman, J. De- Nlaggio, L. Dingeman, D. Dlchfel, S. Fedorinchik, S. Fio- rlni. Top Row: L. Donnelly, J. DuBuc, P. Doran, L. Farrell, M. Forestell, M. Finnegan, J. Duquetfe, G. De-mute. Bohom Row: K. Klimas, S Kuczynski, M. LaChance, M Lamb, P. Lalewicz, K. Krentler Second Row: S. King, J. Krys J. Kraiewski, C. Lee, S. Junis K. Letke. Third Row: C. Lahey M. Lanzetta, D. Lanzetta, M Kazmierski, C. King. Top Row: B. Klann, D. Kott, N. Kapron T. Kazen, J. Kovach, D. Celes key. To God Through O.L.M.-Class Motto 'X Bottom Row: J. Carter, M. Burns, J. Curnbo, K. Choi- nowslci, S. Cavanaugh, V. Davis, E. Cadovich. Middle Row: L. Camiller, E. Bubnes, G. Cesare, M. Charest, A. Davis, C. Conrath, K. Cronin. Top Row: M. Carroll, M. Burke, M. Charleston, M. Con- nolly, A. Busse, C. Brook, J. Clos, B. Bard. Bottom Row: M. Riley, C. Pie- trucha, K. Petiprin, M. Patter- son, C. Pemberton, G Pawlowski, R. Rolak, D. Rotta Middle Row: C. Poole, E PVZYbYl5l4l, M. Sartorius, J. Prout, H. Permaloff, C. Rona dina, D. Putters. Top Row: M, Poshak, V. Sauve, A. Petok, J. Petrusa, J. Romeo, S. Sar- torius, C. Peltier. Class Colors and Flower American Beauty and Cream: Carnation Class of l96O Bottom Row: S. Beatty, D. Bethel, R. Blaquiere, P. Bour- geouis, S. Bigham. Second Row: A. Asiulewicz, B. Bark- ley, C. Brennan, F. Bloy, N. Brady, R. Belanger. Third Row: Janet Anderson, L. An- derson, L. Atkinson, M. Alexander, E. Bawol. Top Row: J. Anderson, M. Bayliff, M. Benzing, M. Beyer, P. Boos, M. Bankett, C. Ammann. Bottom Row: G. Near, E. Fitz- gerald, M. Montante, J. Milko- vie, C. O'Connor, M. McMic- ken. Middle Row: R. Miller, C. O'Conner, P. Notebaert, C. Nave, S. Olesak, B. Herdell, J. O'Brien. Top Row: K. O'Cal- Iaghan, M. Morehouse, A. Mehas, K. Mortier, C. Nowic- ki, B. Nolan, S. McSorley, P. Parkhurst. ALICE KANE Student Freshman Advisor Clciss of l959 Typical of the many spots on our campus where concentration, meditation, or "just talk" seem to be in order is this scene in front of the grotto. Willow trees lend a peaceful air and the ever-faithful and loving eyes of Mary give a pro- tected feeling to the atmosphere. Enioying this particular spot are the Sophomore class officers. Left to right are: Sharon Rath, Treasurer, Patricia Perior, Secretary, Mary Grant, Vice-President, Mary Jo Pauli, President. Bottom Row: R.M. Delorenzo, T. Guidobono, A. Banchero, E. Makiei, F. Bednarek. Middle Row: D.J. Knoff, J. Ferguson, L. Gilbert, P. Kurtz, R. Fortes- cue, C. McGaig, C. Kleckner, A. Mehas, D. Cichon. Top Row: M. Kabacinski, D. Hiett, S. Huhn, D. Larabell, J. Their- ing, J. Brown, J. Donaldson, M. Arnold, J. Carruthers, K. Kopko, K. Jansheski. Bottom Row: M. Godard, B. Hunter, D. Cody, M.E. Davis, P. Carey, M. Lemm, M. Mor- an, S. Hart. Middle Row: K. Freeman, D. Hulan, C. Near, C. Fradette, M. Bedard, L. Beaudrie, V. Cooley, J. Mc- Carthy, K. Heinrich. Top Row: C. Boehne, M. Maierle, N. Keane, M.B. Cole, A. De- Marsh, M.K. LaBranch, L. Hughes. Class of l959 Bottom Row: S. Behnan, K. Cornell, D. Renier, L. Taylor, J. Timlin, G. Zawacki, S. Mc- Bride, D. Chauvin. Middle Row: J. Schornak, A. Rosow- ski, A. Wardach, E. Polk, J. Stadtmiller, M.A. Hinds, M.L. Cirka, M. Capaldi. Top Row: S. Buchanan, A. Carosio, J. Steiniger, A. Turchin, C. Roth- geb, D. Smith, M. Sellhorn, P. Wittman, C. Calderwood, J. Barron, P. Chapp, C. Baltha- zar. Bottom Row: K. Kinsinger, M. Topolsky, D. Wheeler, P. Cal- leia, B. Barnett, C. Gostomski, R. Morgan. Middle Row: R. Stover, M. Purcell, B. Hope, J.O. Columb, C. Delorme, J. Kendall, S. Hunsinger, S. Fitz- gerald, M. Tuszynski. Top Row: M.B. Molnar, S. Ryba, M. McDonnell, M. Choszczyk, A.M. Jones, C. LeMotte, C. Thomesma, P. Carroll, S. Bowen. Forward With Faith-Class Motto "Forward with Faith" expresses the Sophomores' realization of what a precious gift their Catholic religion is. In their years at OLM, the girls learn the essentials of this tremendous faith that they may love and appreciate it more fully. Ever remembering this rnotto, they take their places in society as outstanding Catholic citizens and civic leaders. lt guides their thoughts, words, and actions throughout life, raising them above the natural, to the Giver of this greatest gift - God, their Creator. Sister Mary Boniface RSM Sophomore Moderator Bottom Row: K. Rand, M Hopkins, V. Thiel, C. Paski, R. Gough, P. Powell, M. So- gan, S. Carter, M. Van Waen C. Perusich. Middle Row: M Montante, B. Studebaker, C Schultz, S. Zalesny, C. Mur phy, J. Rodoline. Top Row M.A. Maskery, J. Orel, A Campbell, M. Shortal, B. Wa silewski, G. Fegan, P. Wil liams, S. Samberg, P. Du Four P. Daily. Bottom Row: M.R. Donigan, C. Davis, P. Fields, K. Paul, J. Finleon, S. Maletz, M. Ig- nasiak, K. O'Rourke. Middle Row: M.A. Klerkx, C. DiTulio, A. Pfeffer, J. Livingston, J. McCardell. Top Row: S. De- nomme, P. Kinney, E. Giaco- bazzi, R. Crowl, A. Saroglia, E. Kreitmeyer, J. Melford, M. A. Prieskorn, R.M. Farrell, S. Mordenski, J. Dawson. Closs Flower ond Colors Carnation Red cmd White Bottom Row: J. DePra, B Boes, M. Reno, M. Watson D. Pakula. Middle Row: C Shrone, J. Moltane, B. Swartz J. Morris, D. Lynne, M. DeLeo J. Mandia, D. Everly, S. Solek M.A. Williamson. Top Row: J Stover, S. Mickiewicz, C Noethen, E. Macunovich, S Golinski, B. Vuichard, J Schroeder, M.A. McElroy, M JaPP, P. Smith. Bottom Row: M. Hedges, B. Wright, S. Carriere, D. Baran, M.A. Kelly, C. Shaieb, M.A. Cumbo, J. Hochendoner, C. Allen. Middle Row: K. McDer- mott, M. Maybee, M. Lade- man, M. Callahan, M. Dziad- ziola. Top Row: C. Ruhlman, C. Chesney, M.T. Janisse, C. Vincent, M. Jaszcz, M. Col- linge, J. Knoph, D. Gaffney, J. Turcotte, K. Quinn, R. Dix- On. Bottom Row: J. Vogel, M O'Neil, M.J. O'Rourke, D Morenc, D. Marquis, J. Ross B. Rausch. Middle Row. R Watson, I. Panciatici, L Schmidt, E. Winck, S. Persia N. Slosar, J. Vogel, B. Tra falski. Top Row: S. Lombardi C. Przybysz, D. Zelman, Al Miller, K. Popovich, K. Raabe, G. Monroe, D. Selinsky, F. Phillips, M. Maloney. Bottom Row: B. Komperda, C. Schueren, A. Charette, N. Allen, P. Peprans,' Y. Duchf arme, M.A. Burke, S. Smith Middle Row: S. Biddinger, D. Barrows, K. Riley, T. Patter- son, P. Garrity, S. Young, B. Niestroy, L. Elstro, M. McAl- lister, J. Dunaiski. Top Row: M. Heidelberger, H. Cottrell, J. Banas, D. DeRosier, E McLachlan, J. Shefferly, A Beddow, J. Daignault, T. Os- trowski, P. Doll. Class ol l959 Margaret Ann Cooley Sophomore Student Advisor Q 1 m,, 'win 2, . -4 1 , X 1 U lr. 4 ' V." Afz II 1 I .Tl ki , ,., f r s K - . ,V aw 5145 a. '..1' Yr 4 Q, ll x 'f z' i . ,r 4 - mf '. ' A 1: A ':,, ,rv 1- i,v"j, VL, ' J 15' , Q- 4 17" , , yh . , ' ,ma-"1 Q: 'A ', 'It , ".-,J ,Q '4' A , . ,V . . ' lr Y . .' nip 1. i' . ' ' 'J - V N - 1, + 1 xfey' 4 1 -t 4 ' - ' ,X 1" 5, In -14, 7.1, it M! 2, :L il,:.f.f , filqyf, Kd., 733- qv, Q5 f,gggnlf1i A ' Q, Y 1 -gi '- , 5, 3'5Nl1.2w'I'- f W- g W- ' .S+ J .- v-Q" ' ef ' L' Q". 519' 'iff' 'Q .x aj -1 N! ,QV ,A 5. ww ,Jff wk. f 1' , ...f " fri' A -' : - ."s 3, .JU , Q 4 fy, 'Q Aff, 1 " f K5 A- L53 .fwyfi 5 g ,M 5453 ' .-vw' 4 ' .4 1 il f 597 3,1 Tgqy '. 1 v 3 ' Q 1 . 4 gg fi,l4Q 4. W , 0 x 9 ' A 'xxx "P" J .L .1 , Q-' 2 4 A 4 gay' . " 1 'J Bda' .-X xr". all ia '. -xf , Ny. ,W-+A., sr 4-1 tg. ,Q ,ik V- 4 . .c 4- S371 If .N ,eff ,M-, -fy Lflf 'z. 'x Q. One of the most scenic spots on our campus is the grotto, fashioned from porous rock to resemble the grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes in France. Not shown is the statue of Our Blessed Lady looking down up- on the kneeling Bernadette, and the alcove where Mass is some- times said. Besides being the center of many solemn activities during the school year, the grotto is also a restful place to congregate and talk over important matters, as these Junior Class officers have discovered. From left to right are: Muriel Gaspardo, Treasurer, Patricia Elstro, Vice-President, Suzanne Chevallard, President, Patricia Wild- er, Secretary. Bottom Row: R.A. Bell, D Carey, A. Button, J. Busse C. Donahue, J. Kozma, J Tencza. Middle Row: K. Fitz gerald, M. Sullivan, C. Lonc- zinski, D. Sanchez, R. Weiss J. LaLonde, C. Novak P Barry, D. Chauvin, M. Two- mey. Top Row: A. Harrington, S. Wilson, D. Hope, R. Hintz, J. Hedges, M.A. Eichman, M. Heidelberg, J. Sweeney, K. Swader, K. Curran, J. Venn. 1 Closs of l958 Where there is purity, there is woman. - Closs Motto I i P' -1. 'f ,' .77 , XR 1 'I I-- Bottom Row: S. Mally, C. Hay- den, S. Croke, C. Boes, D. Clause, M. Gaspardo. Second Row: G. Hartford, D. Christian, A. Lauron, N. Barrus, L. Mor- denski, Y. Blovin, J. Dules, R. Dick. Third Row: E. Delle- Monache, J. Rzepecki, G. Nemzek, P. Hassett, B. Per- geau, M.J. Orlowe, S. Ryan, J. Hinsky, N. Roche. Top Row: D. Linhard, C. Corey, B. Reed. Bottom Row: J. White, P Cockburn. Second Row: J. De- Grandchamp, J. Johnston, C Filipowski, J. O'Brien, J McLaughlin, E. Crowley, J Ford, N. Rizzo, T. Oak, B Loftstrom, F. Kelly. Third Row R. Palombit, J. Hill, M. Mul herin, M. West, D. Rabias, S White, C. Mullen. Fourth Row P. Riethmiller, R. Rebain, N McGowan, C. Rolph, S. Gaul doni, G. Hall, J. Church, P Beatty, C. Ronan, M.J. Sulek M.A. Kolb. Top Row: P. Horg er, E. Klenner, J. Harding, L Hankins. Bottom Row: G. Mulligan, A, Cooley, S. Banas, R. Villaire. Middle Row: D. Ayotte, D. Marenda, S. Rogell, Donna Maher, Deanna Maher, S. Rogler, L. Burke, M. McEvoy. Top Row: L. Deyo, J. Mahon- ey, M. Robichaud, B. Perrone, M. Olszweski, K. Riley, A. Malone. Bottom Row: J. Cirka, D. Al- len, L. Petrozzi, J. Clemens, J. Lee, M. Westrick, P. Lamb, M. Steintrager. Middle Row: M.L. Schroeder, D. Smith, S. Murray, C. Wroblewski, M.L. Heise, N. Hart, C. Kushner, J. Surowiec. Top Row: S. An- drews, F. Bury, R. Butler, D. MacDonald, C. Theisen, W. Paehler, P. O'Malley. i 4 l l l . 1 . ., .ef-1Q?""'.F Purity, one of the finest virtues, is the mark of the real woman. lt charac- terizes all the Marylike qualities and guides the Mercian along the path of sanctifying grace to Heaven. lt is often called a stepping stone to eternal hap- piness. Since this happiness should be the goal of every Mercian, it is under- stood that each will be pure in all things. Because of their high regard for this stepping stone to Heaven, the Juniors guide their lives by their motto "Where there is purity, there is a real woman." I 19 Munir 'Bally -2... WA -ff-an Class ol l958 Bottom Row: J. Moran, P. Backer, R. Clancy, N, Caverly, J. Blashill, M. Curlain, M. Watson. Second Row: P. Schimmel, R. Cole, N. Stenger, M. Pavlock, S. Murphy, D. Fletcher, N. Bernocco, J. St. Aubin, B. Eyle, J.A. Loviska, M. McGuinty, M. Plenda. Third Row: C. Zarkis, L. Mastei, E. Waldmann, M. Mancini, B. Barnas, J. Tambornini, C. Boase, M. Carroll, K. Sullivan. Fourth Row: C. Bissonnette, B. Ewald, J. Paquin, G. Papa. Top Row: E, McCann, P. Ellis, K. Sheehy. Class Flower and Colors: Blue Daisy, Powder Blue and Silver left Front: M.A. McDonough, M. Sullivan, E. Haydon. Right Front: J. BonAmi, S, Geisler, A. White. Bottom Row: P. Maclnnes, S. Revitte, M.A. Henderson, E. Augusti, J. Gosselin, F. Padlo, L. Seller, D. Deuby. Middle Row: L. Ferguson, N. Kane, D. Crow- ley, S. McKeon, A. Pikulinski, A. Near, J. Holm, R. Randall, C. Gould, M. Carr, C. Urish, Y. Aubin, D. Belanger. Top Row: M. Yermak, J. Anderson, R. McGloughlin, J. Munson, L. Teasdale, P. Brooks, J. Greely, M. Fitzsimmons, M. Walsh, R. Grimaldi. 76 S 5- 5 A S 5 s x 5 osiffv 9+ 1-V uw! f j Y 1 7 Q ry 'M l ,fl 5 Qighac N Q ' fy .flgc ' ' . N , -5 6 ' - 1 .' sg A f I "' ' L. n ,K 9 9, 1 f b a - . ' ' I .ff - fins, ' K r 3 I , E3 5 A1'iv1'Q'- A uf l v 1 5 'r v"2' . Q ' , ti A, Q? S' ' kr Q 1 i Q, jf-'I .94 . rf I f f l,l l ,H 1 f f Miss ElIZCl beth 5 f',,, 5 t fflif . f!!4'f f ff li l fe1fk'l.'3 . ' J, l if jf, f !1 jf 5 -tl ft 1 f l ftrhlsi' in gf' 3.41, S hqxx to ffl ,a , , 1 , , T: ,X E ,i E J J gs xx f . f--sw i Q "Welcome 79 w'mPole Sneel' ' Because of their fathers strict Elilibefhf' Said Mr- Mo'-'hon Buren Kama' 5 ideas, Octavius, George, and Henri as his eldest daughter received her ena became very closely km, and first glimpse of her new home. Edward Moulton Barrett offered a prayer of thanksgiving for the safe return of his daughter, Elizabeth, from Torquay. l. to r. Henrietta, Octavius, Arabelle, George, Eliza- beth, and Wilson, the maid. spent many enloyable moments to Senior Play if X 2 ' Q Z 5 78 2 si QE he 'Q Ei tk Ji ' -s.,.:,gX" E xx,- "Mr, Robert Browning" The Senior Class of Our Lady of Mercy High School pre- sented "The Barretts" by Marjorie Carlton in McAuley Auditorium on February l5th and 17th. For many years Elizabeth Barrett lived as an invalid at 50 Wimpole Street in London - virtually the prisoner of her strait- laced father. An aspiring poet, Elizabeth had published a small from a fellow poet, a young man named Robert Browning. volume of verse in l844. Later she received an enthusiastic letter The impetuous Browning stormed into Wimpole Street, defied Elizabeth's tyrannical father and gave Elizabeth a chance at a life of her own. HENRIETTA BARRETT ..,.........,. MILLY .... .......,.,.......,................,..,... A Directors, Sister Mary laurentina, GEORGE BARRETT ,... ....... 4,,,.... R.S.M., Mrs. Mary Jo McCall, and Mrs. Veronica Francis enioyed a OCTAVIUS BARRETT ...................... ........ humorous line at play practice. EDWARD MOULTON BARRETT ......... JOHN KENYON ....................................,,.. ARABELLE BARRETT ........,... ELIZABETH BARRETT .,.....,. .. WILSON ......,.,....,..,.,,..........,..,........... ,........ Moynihan, Nan Hentschel, Edwina Wronski, Gloria Pattock, Carol Mc- Geogh, and Pat Wiethoff listened closely to a recording of the dress rehearsal, eager to improve their weak points. Q? -T ROBERT BROWNING .....,,....., ..,......,....,,................ MISS MITFORD ....,.,,,... Members of the cast - Jeanne Miss Mitford sympathized with Robert Browning in his pursuit to take Elizabeth as his bride to Italy. The Bo rretts CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE. ....,....,.,..,...,,.,,...Josephine Oster ............,,....Friday-Donn-a Kelly Sunday-Kathleen Tomson ,..,.,.,..,Mary Margaret Scanlan Understudy-lois Ann Carroll .......r...,..........,.rEIizabeth Marcotte Unclerstudy-Brenda Erickson Schmidt ...Friday-Patricia Wiethoff Sunday-Gloria Pattock ...,.....,....,........,...Phyllis Jokubaitis Understudy-Ruth Geraci ..,.....,.............,,,..Jeanne Moynihan .,....,,,Friday-Edwina Wronski Sunday-Maureen McGarrigle CAPTAIN SURTEES CQOK ,,,,, ,,,....... F riday-Nanette Hentschel Sunday--Julie Walton Dorothy Williams Understudy-Barbara Taylor McGeogh Understudy-Alice Kane 79 Memories were mode The advent of sprung announces the b the OLM socual I lggest event on ca endar the Junior Sensor Prom Glven for the Sensor Class by the Juniors t ns th culrnlnatnon of a Freshmans dream The colonual settung at Lovett Hall provided an approprlate atmosphere for the Cotnllnon Music was supplled by the Collegnans a favorite OLM orchestra Intermnsslon time ch I was bright with I ater Jeanne M F ight hearted oynuhan Charlene McKenna and red Jocoby enloyed Bob Bnd e g s lokes J Rv X Sharon Moreau gave Carolyn Mlrek and Joe Marshall a program whsle .Iam Oienbaker and J lent assistance lm Springer Senior Prom In keepnng wnth fradmon of courtesy at OLM, Nancy Mornson presented her prom escort, Tom Sener, to Slster Mary Vuctorme . . A - ' , I 6 . . , . . , ,, - - H - . - Q ' A sep '- fi a ' l . , K 4 . . , . I gs Q x x X f sh., It lv. 2 . Q - . , , 1, , f ' s J I ll 5: l , X I . I '4 , IMI 4' ' 1 1 , I a " rg, . x E3 gi 74 ful P l Swirling dresses, dreamy music, and a handsome partner gave the Prom an enchanting atmosphere. Students will always hold in their hearts fond mem- ories of this star studded evening. from Moy Magic Jim Machley, Cherrill Payne, .lim Livingston and Carol O'Rourke took "time out." Mary Jane Orlow served the guests. Proudly we present... TOP RANKING SENIORS fl-1. 'Ut .-...ng .2 VALEDICTORIAN: Nora Howell Honor Students 'CS Q9 Carolyn Mirek, Sharon Moreau, Camille lack. SALUTATORIAN: Alicia Yarsavage NATIONAL H OPDR SOCIETY XX' 'fl is w, Z -: 9 iv :- 7 .' I 1 ,F l l 82 Notionol Honor Society On November 30th, twenty-four members of the class of i957 were inducted into the National Honor Society. The ceremony was conducted by Mercy College students who had previously received the honor them- selves. The National Honor Society pledge was adminis- tered, and the inductees were then invested individually with the gold cord which symbolizes the National Honor Society. This organization is designed to honor those stu- dents who have given the best evidences of combined Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. A total of seventeen per cent of each graduating class may be received into the Society. Mercy College students, Sharon Greene, Nancy Gencur, Patricia Francis, Reagan, and Carol Verreau, former members of the National Honor Society at O.L.M. assisted at the induction of members. FIRST ROW: Maureen McGarrigle, Agnes White, Margaret Ann Cooley, Donna lee, Helen Schlachter, Patricia Wiethoff, Jean Marie Reid, Gloria Pattock. SECOND ROW: Sharon Moreau, Carol Giannotti, Christine Pado, Nora Howell, Alice Kane, Dorothy Olszewski, Brenda Eriksen ,Donna Kelly. THIRD ROW. Lois Carroll, Ilene Melford, Gail Fitzgerald, Mary Jo Schlaff, Marie Valukonis, Patricia O'Toole, Carolyn Mirek, Margaret Murray. Gail Fitzgerald receiving the gold cord, symbolic of a National Honor Society member. Closs of l957 Today we the Sensor Class of 1957 and the twelfth graduatsng class of Mercy are fslled wsth prsde sn a sob well done ln looksng back over four years at Mercy we see the msstakes we have made but the knowledge gasned from them stands out brsghter we see the work we have done and the frusts of our labor wsll remasn wsth us always we remember the frsends we have made but the ways sn whsch they have helped us wsll stay wsth us even longer Our sob here ss fsnsshed yet a bsgger one ss lust begsnnsng that of carrysng the benefsts of our Catholsc educatson to the whole world' 164 Ltl,L.a 'Y 'hr Ssster Mary Carmen R S M Sensor Moderator f"' -sw Donna Kelly Student Sensor Advssor DONNA KELLY Student Councsl Pressdent Natsonal Honor Socsety Future Nurses Club Economscs Careers Club Competent leader wsnnsng smsle KATHY ONDRE Class Pressdent Commercsal Club Future Teach ers Club Future Medscal Assocsates Club Always fun to be wsth never a dull moment CHERRILL PAYNE Class Vsce Pressdent Home Economscs Careers Club Newsprsnt Staff Monstor Twsnkle sn her eye perfect lady equals fun PATRICIA O TOOLE Class Treasurer Natsonal Honor Socsety Latsn Club Future Medscal Assocsates Club Hsgh sdeals a well trasned msnd revealed AGNES WHITE Class Secretary Natsonal Honor Socsety Future Medscal Assocsates Club Secretary Treasurer French Club Commercsal Club Serenely fasr sn fashson and sn asr QNX. 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ANNE MARIE ABEL Future Teachers Club Speech Arts Club OLM Lore Staff Operetta Bubbles with enthusiasm in school and out JUDY ANDERSON Future Nurses Club Latin Club Monitor With sparkling eyes goes out of her way to he p SARAH ARMBRUSTER Future Nurses Club Latin Club Horseback Rid ing Club Horse enthusiast up and coming chemist KATHY BASFORD French Club Future Teachers Club Chorale Whimsical fun is where she IS SUSAN BASSETT Commercial Club Future Nurses Club Hall Hostess Chorale A wealth of quiet charm and friendliness DONNA BELIAN Future Medical Associates Club Vice President Home Economics Careers Club Swimming Team Flare for entertaining a friend to all MARY ELLEN BOGAN Future Teachers Club Home Economics Club OLM Lore Representative Chorale A heart thats young and gay a spirit of fair play JUDY BOLDUC Future Nurses Club Catholic Theater Confer ence Known for her frankness and humor 'FFT Seniors SARAH BYAM French Club Commercial Club Tickles the funny bone always ready wuth a helping hand YVONNE CAMILLER Home Economics Careers Club Secretary Future Nurses Club Chorale Operetta Fllrtatlous eyes nnexplucable charm beauty plus natural ness JOAN CARR French Club Commerclal Club Speech Arts Club Future Teachers Club lndustruous student history whiz LOIS CARROLL Natuonal Honor Soclety Future Teachers Club President Latln Club French Club Monitor Ready and vullnng always Interested In others RUTH CAVERLY Future Nurses Club Future Medncal Associates Club A friend In need her ways harmonlous LOIS CLAUSE Commerclal Club Vice Presudent Demure meanor quick wrt A MARGARET ANN COOLEY Natuonal Honor Society Student Councul Sec retary Latnn Club Future Teachers Club OLM Lore Staff Chorale Hugh Ideals demonstrated by word and action an outstandlng leader CAROL CONNOR Hall Hostess Commerclal Club Future Teachers Club A ray of sunshune to gladden the heart lu i' J' 'U' 1' SHARON CORCORAN Library Aide A qulck smile and a helpful attutude CLAIRE COOKE Commercual Club Future Teachers Club The twinkle in her eyes . . - bespeaks a fun-loving sou . . . CARMEN CORTINA Spanish Club President, Future Teachers Club, Home Economics Careers Club. A dancing de- light . . . eyes and hair compliment each other. . CATHERINE D'ANNA Commercial Club, Chorale. Pleasant as the day is long . . . companionable . . . fn'- fv- f" L 1' 86 Lx PATRICIA DE LORME Commercial Club Future Teachers Club Oper etta Chorale Melodious voice humor and good sense MARGARET DEMGEN Commercial Club Chorale Christmas Program Longest hair in the class sunny nature en courages friendships LUCY DONOHUE Future Nurses Club Future Medical Associates Club Happy go lucky a friendly face MARGARET DONOVAN Monitor Future Nurses Club Future Teachers Club Thoughtfulness is her motto ever ready to lend a helping hand JUDY DUNN Commercial Club Dependable always real Home Economics enthusiast ANNE MARIE DUNNE Future Medical Associates Club A smile always ready she can brighten any situation PATRICIA DURKIN Future Nurses Club President Latin Club Bus: ness Office Aide Future Medical Associates Club Consclentious and willing worker always ready to enloy a loke BRENDA ERIKSEN National Honor Society Speech Arts Club Sec retary Newsprint Staff Future Teachers Club Pixie face exuberant nature I7 4 GAIL FITZGERALD National Honor Society Treasurer Home Eco nomics Careers Club President AA Represent ative Chorale Monitor Always active service with a smile ANNETTE GENEST Jerry maker of friends retainer of friendships RUTH GERACI Future Medical Associates Club President French Club Speech Arts Club OLM Lore Represent ative Chorale Swimming Team Gracious her way petitely persuasive SALLY GIARDINA Commercial Club Chorale Christmas Program Spintedly reserved considerate classmate CAROL GIANNOTTI National Honor Society President Latin Club Commercial Club Future Teachers Club Chapel Aide Student Council Representative Latin scholar future with a promise SHARON GILBERT Commercial Club Secretary Future Nurses Club Delicately feminine with a tranquil air EVELYN GOULAIT Commercial Club Future Nurses Club Sugar and spice everything nice DOROTHEA GRAMLICH French Club Future Teachers Club Business Office Aide Ennsteins protegee lolly good fellow Closs of l957 JOAN FINNEGAN Commercial Club, Speech Arts Club, Future Nurses Club, Chorale. Always amiable . . . radiating friendliness . . . BARBARA FISH Raymunda Staff Artist Future Teachers Club Quietly refined talented with her brush was L 'Qa- W f' VU' 'UN 'K - :Y 'U' KU' ri- wir-SJ' "QS you PHP 'N-.,.,.Z 2,2 1 NORA HOWELL Natlonal Honor Soclety Vrce Presrdent OLM Lore Co Editor Orchestra President Future Nurses Club Dlscusslon Groups Southern belle wlth a Northern rung competent leader JOY HOWICK OLM Lore Staff Future Nurses Club Speech Arts Club Chorale. Dotes on photography . . . affable . . . fl l JUDY HAFNER Commercual Club Home Economncs Careers Club Chorale Operetta Expressnve smrle u of vrm and vlgor KAY HAMACHER Newsprlnt Crrculatlon Manager Future Nurses Club Pastel lovllness always lust Kay MARY HAUSE Commercral Club Speech Arts Club Future Teachers Club Newsprunt Staff Ready In heart ready In hand FELICIA HAVEY Commercral Club Future Teachers Club News prmt Staff Black haired beauty compound of warmth and ganety NAN HENTSCHEL Commercral Club Speech Arts Club Future Teachers Club Christmas Program Magnetlc charm deslgned for luvnng BARBARA HESS Future Teachers Club Raymunda Staff Ar Award Artnstuc ndeas to spare assured of SUCCGSS PATRICIA HESSE Future Teachers Club Operetta Chorale Swim mmg Team Mermaid supreme perfectly poused BERNADETTE HOURIGAN Future Nurses Club Chorale Monitor Cheer u a truend to a 'lb wc, Seniors MARY ANN JAROS Commerclal Club Operetta Chorale Generous oya SHIRLEY JAYNES Commercral Club Chorale Chrvstmas Program Catholnc Theatre Conference Always obllglng strength nn reserve JOAN JOHNSON Future Teachers Club Commercnal Club Gener ous good natured her fruends are fortunate PHYLLIS JOKUBAITIS Commercual Club Future Nurses Club Orchestra Catholnc Theatre Conference Keen sense f values vnm vlgor and vntaluty ANN JUDD Speech Arts Club Home Economlcs Careers Club Sensor Play Productnon Ready smile Operative ALICE KANE Natlonal Honor Socnety Student Council Treas urer Latnn Club Future Nurses Club Chorale Versatnle and vlvaclous leader IH school actlvltles JANET KEEGAN Latin Club Future Nurses Club Experlenced horsewoman plans future In sctence FLORENCE KEYS Hall Hostess Future Teachers Club Bookstore Alde A frlend Indeed cheerful slant on I e fl' lv' inn ,f fi 7' BETTY KNIGHT Commerclal Club Chorale Chrlstmas Program Peppy personalnty somebodys homemaker CLAIRE KOSE Student Councul Representatlve Future Nurses Club OLM Lore Staff Latln Club Compound of charm and competence CLAUDIA KRUCK Raymunda Art Staff, French Club, Future Nurses Club, Chorale. Exotic style . . . artistically in- clined . . . VIRGINIA KRAUSE Commercial Club, Monitor. Expressive brown eyes . . .charming Miss L ff' ff' fi 7'- LEOCADIA KUBASIEWICZ Newsprtnt Staff AA Representative Future Teachers Club Operetta At home on a basket ball court Ideal friend CAMILLE LACK Future Nurses Club Secretary Monitor Chorale Latin Club Persuasive views life with a keen eye ANDRAE LARKIN Commercial Club Future Teachers Club Chorale Operetta Merrlment in miniature constantly good natured VIRGINIA LaVIGNE Commercial Club Future Medical Associates Club Quiet nature a little but of Paris DONNA LEE National Honor Society Student Council Repre sentative Monitor Future Nurses Club Chorale Orchestra Charm and grace which accompany true Christian womanhood high :deals apparent KARIN LEGENHAUSE Future Teachers Club Vice President Monitor Chorale Swimming Team Versatile in sports determined outlook on life DOLORES LEMIEUX Commercial Club Able athlete good team worker MARTHA LePAGE Commercial Club Quiet twinkle fair and demure Q CAROL LOFTSTROM Commercxal Club Future Teachers Club Seem :ngly reserved advocate ot the good nengh bor polncy MARY LOU LOPEZ Spanush Club Vice Presldent Future Medncal As socsates Club Orchestra Juanuta Mosquito Lolita Lopez OBruen dares to be different JANET MACK Future Teachers Club Home Economncs Careers Club Chrastmas Program Trlmly taslored maid dlgnlty wlth developed charm NANCY MACUNOVICH Sodaluty Representatnve Commercual Club Cho rale Her qulet manner belies a fertile mnnd CHRISTINE MALISZEWSKI Commerclal Club Chorale Reserved In speech charm that grows with knowing ELIZABETH MARCOTTE Speech Arts Club Treasurer Ol.M Lore Staff Future Nurses Club lngenunty balanced by boundless generosrty a gurl with ndeas and charm KATHLEEN McBRADY Commercval Club She can be serious u shed rather be gay MARY MARQUIS Future Nurses Club Known by the noise s e doesnt make actlons outspeak words 91 Closs of l957 MARY LIDDLE Commercial Club Future Medlcal Associates Club Chorale Operetta Dlmnnutlve nn stature Interested In a busuness career LILLIAN LICATA Commercial Club Future Medical Associates Club Chorale Operetta Sllghtly shy nlmble fungers Z' R 'fu- 'wr-ft qs- fb 4 ZR' .4 . f NANCY McSWEENEY French Club, Future Nurses Club, Home Econom- ics Careers Club, Chorale. Ardent listener . . . an exem lary student . . . ILENE METFORD National Honor Society, Sodality Prefect, Latin Club, Commercial Club, Future Teachers Club, Perpetual motion . . . a happy face mirrors a happy heart . . . 92 BARBARA Mc BURNEY Hall Hostess Commercial Club Future Teachers Club Silently gracious and fun loving too MAUREEN McGARRIGlE National Honor Society Sodality Secretary Mon itor French Club Secretary Chorale Future Teachers Club A song in her heart an on her lips CAROL MCGEOGH Student Council Representative Commercial Club Future Nurses Club Speech Arts Club Chorale Flaming hair glowing heart MARGIE McGOWAN Future Nurses Club Orchestra Our little Margie a question for very answer JOYCE McGRAW AA Representative Junior Year Her category is sports a happy countenance always KATHLEEN McHUGH French Club Speech Arts Club Future Nurses Club True to her work her word and her many friends CHARLENE McKENNA Hall Hostess Speech Arts Club Music Graduate Orchestra. A twinkle in her eye . . . a tune in her heart . . . lrish through and through . . . MARY MARGARET McLERNON Hall Hostess, Commercial Club, Future Nurses Club, Chorale. All around athlete . . . "single line, please". . . wb. Seniors MARILYN MILTON Commercial Club. Quiet and serene. . . congenial .. CAROLYN MIREK National Honor Society Secretary, Newsprint Co- Editor, Future Teachers Club, Speech Arts Club. Our roving reporter . . . a heart of gold and hair to match . .. MARY MORAN A.A. Representative, Future Medical Associates Club, Orchestra, Catholic Theater Conference. Athletically minded . . . All American girl . . . SHARON MOREAU Student Council Vice-President, National Honor Society, OLM Lore Staff, Quad-High Secretary, Future Nurses Club Chorale A ray of sunshine her ways are ways of pleasantness NANCY MORRISON Newsprint Business Manager Business Office Aide Commercial Club A clever brush willing hand JEANNE MOYNIHAN Sodality Co Prefect Future Teachers Club Home Economics Careers Club Chorale Monitor Smil ing Irish eyes dimples to match MARGARET MURRAY Newsprint Co Editor National Honor Society Future Teachers Club Hall Hostess Willowy blond cooperation plus I.OIS NOWINSKI Commercial Club Quicker to give than receive .quiet dignity fv- V? ff? K JOY OBERMILLER AA Treasurer French Club President Operetta Chorale Indefatugable bank of quick wit and vitality GENEVIEVE OLDHAM Future Teachers Club Chorale Christmas Pro gram A smile that radiates friendship spected and loyal DOROTHY OLESZEWSKI Natuonal Honor Socuety Commercral Club Ture less worker nimble typlng fingers CAROL O ROURKE Commercial Club Treasurer Future Teachers Club Delncately femmlne sweet and oblng n 'E- 'Q r'- vin JOSEPHINE OSTER Commerclal Club Future Nurses Club Drama enthusuast sulver llnung ln her dreams JUDY OUST French Club Plano Industrlous student accomplished pranlst CHRISTINE PADO National Honor Society Sodallty Treasurer Latnn Club Future Nurses Club Ambulant lexlcon a klnd word for everyone JOANN PANEK Future Nurses Club French Club Out going nature loves to tackle the lvorles GLORIA JEAN PATTOCK National Honor Socaety Commercial Club Can dud nn speech handy In the llbrary SHIRLEY PAVAL Latm Club Commercial Club Chorale Monltor Sllent wisdom a treasure In a small package PATRICIA PAWLAK Commercial Club Future Teachers Club Oper etta Chorale A retreshmg companion ruffled always PAULINE PEPRANS Commerclal Club Busnness Otfnce Aude Future Teachers Club Raymunda Assocnate Edltor Worthy of applause though unpretentuous . 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I ' f 94 ' FRANCES REGNIER Commercnal Club Natural grace ebony hanr and lashes JEAN REID Spanish Club Secretary Future Teachers Club Treasurer Business Offlce Alde Natlonal Honor Soclety She wlll fund a way or make one JUANITA SAPUTO Future Nurses Club Commerclal Club OLM Lore Staff Sensor Play Productzon Ever frnendly decelvmgly quiet SUZANNE SANSHIE Future Teachers Club Chorale Chrnstmas Pro gram Charm and circumstance a Parlslan tone MARY MARGARET SCANLAN Catholic Theater Conference Enthusiasm long drawn out stepped out of Vogue MARY JO SCHLAFF National Honor Society Commercual Club Pres :dent Latin Club Newsprmt Staff Buslness Office Aude Momtor Sparklung wat vlvad lmaglnatlon HELEN SCHLACHTER Natronal Honor Socuety OLM Lore Co Edutor Momtor Latm Club Future Teachers Club Ray munda Art Staff Mercys Norman Rockwell star with brush and pallette NOREEN SCHMIDT Speech Arts Club Vlce President Raymunda Co Editor Future Medical Associates Club Dynamlc actress fme potential nn a varlety of fields Class of l957 MARITA PIDGEON Future Medlcal Associates Club Christmas Pro gram Unpredxctable perslstently persuaslve MARY PINEAU Transfer from Shrine of the Little Flower Hugh School A Mercy newcomer gentle and slncere 45 jr 10' 1" 4 . ,vs I . 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'63 J G ' l .' 1 3 , n u 1 1 , . 95 ,pe fm lf' rfb 'V' YV' JANICE STENCIL Latnn Club Commerclal Club Future Teachers Club Chapel Alde Her success the frult of labor CAROL STEPANIAK Latm Club President OLM Lore Representatnve Future Teachers Club Chorale Frlend of the Romans a gay and carefree classmate FRANCES SCHNIERS Commercial Club Speech Club Future Nurses Club Orchestra Muslc Graduate A better gurl you ll never fund comblnatuon of vnolm and plano excellence MONICA SCHROEDER Future Nurses Club Busrness Offlce Ande The perfect lady In appearance and alr BRENDA SECCHI Sensor Play Production Staff Ebony locks mischief frollc and fun JOAN SEVALD Operetta Chorale Chrlstmas Program Glft of ga beguiling appearance MARGARET SHORTAL Commercnal Club Future Teachers Club Socuably Social dnfference wlth a charm VIRGINIA SKALSKI A A Representatnve True sportsmanship qulet humor MARY SONCRANT Latrn Club Spanush Club Future Nurses Club Cordral classmate tranqual manner JEAN SMITH Spanish Club Treasurer Newsprlnt Staff Future Medlcal Assoclates Club Operetta Soft spoken refinement of manner Seniors DONNA STRYKER Future Teachers Club Orchestra Our favorite flutist congenial classmate CAROLYN STULTS Commercial Club Future Medical Associates Club Chorale A ready smile amiable MARY FRANCES SULLIVAN Future Teachers Club Beautiful tresses natural charm MARY JOAN SULLIVAN Future Nurses Club Treasurer French Club Swimming Team Miss Pep she has the spark of life BARBARA TAYLOR Future Nurses Club Raymunda Staff A way with words a voice to make them effective BARBARA TOLAND Commercial Club Future Teachers Club Fun loving always willing to help KATHY TOMSON French Club Commercial Club Speech Arts Club Future Teachers Club . . . Our Iittlest angel . . . she has a personality to go with her vitality . . . MARY LOU TURRIN Future Teachers Club, Hall Hostess. Always natural . . . and naturally nice. . . F? AL SHIRLE 1' TWARDZICKI Future Teachers Club. Twinkle of mischief in her eyes . . . always ready for action . . . MYRNA UDKOVICH Commercial Club, Speech Arts Club, Future Teachers Club, Senior Play Production, Business Office Aide. Quiet wisdom . . . warm smile . . L fx L. lX BARBARA VAIL Commerclal Club Future Teachers Club Oper etta Chorale Connoisseur of fun and fashion frolnclng eyes BARBARA VALENTE Future Nurses Club Chorale Operetta lnfec tlous grin bundle of delight l MARIE VALUKONIS National Honor Society Latm Club Future Nurses Club Sodallty Representatlve Influences people charm of wholesomeness BEVERLY VETTES Commercnal Club Future Teachers Club Monltor A mlnd of her own curlous locks so aptly twtned JUDY WALSH Queens Work Co Editor Sodallty Representa tuve French Club Vtce President Operetta Monitor Frequently frivolous Frenchman JULIE WALTON Athlettc Assoclatvon Vtce Presldent Future Teach ers Club Commercial Club Speech Arts Club Sunshme of the Sensors the perfect arch angel SUZANNE WARD Spamsh Club Chrustmas Program Soft spoken amiable VIRGINIA WAYNE Commercial Club Future Nurses Club OLM Lore Busuness Manager Gemal a helper where help as needed MARILYN WENDT OLM Lore Staff Future Medical Assoclates Club Second Vrce President Commercial Club Semc Play Productlon Treasure of generosity fountain of lngenulty MARY WHITE Commercual Club Whlz at bookkeeplng elfm twinkle 98 , . ., If P g Egg N ff ' X K K X . , I ' - - . 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F - . 1 ' 1 I :- ,rx fr 'F Q fv- Ar-X Clcxss of l957 PATRICIA WIETHOFF Nattonal Honor Soclety OLM Lore Staff Book store Ande Future Nurses Club Monutor A talented pen portrays her views DOROTHY WILLIAMS Speech Arts Club Presndent Sodalnty Repre sentatrve Future Teachers Club Latun C ub Monvtor Thesplan of great repute our candidate for dramatlc success ANN WINGERT Commercial Club As an enemy of dullness she IS an unseen friend EDWINA WRONSKI Latun Club Speech Arts Club Future Teachers Club Library Ande Expert on The Horse she sews a tune seam ALICIA YARSAVAGE Raymunda Co Edntor Commercual Club Latnn Club Qunet dngnnty and for all who ask EMILY ZAMMIT Commerclal Club Future Teachers Club Book store Aide Chorale Monitor Fruendluness per somfled a lnttle gurl wnth a bug heart IF THOU WILT BE PERFECT At the end of her Junlor year Judy entered the service of God In the Sisters of Mercy Novltlate She finished her hugh school courses durmg the summer and received her diploma 7? v JUDITH ISANHART MAUREEN CATON come allow me from Our Lady of Mercy In August Maureen Elizabeth and Erleen fnnnshed thenr senior year at O LM as asplrants to the Con gregatron of the Llttle Sisters of the Poor lf" gp- ELIZABETH LOGAN EILEEN MILLER X I f' ' ' I - Q LK ll q I Q . 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L ll Q I Senlor Dlrectory ABEL ANNE MARIE 17210 Appolone Detront 35 UN 49072 ANDERSON JUDITH MARY 18890 San Quentin Lathrop Village Much EL 62187 ARMBRUSTER SARAH ELIZABETH 18056 Archdale Detroit 35 KE 2 8196 BASFORD KATHY JOYCE 205 Lake Park Dr Blrmrngham Much MI 48744 BASSETT SUSAN ELLEN 15830 Burt Road Detrolt 23 KE 3 4132 BELIAN DONNA MARIE 19660 Warwlck Blrmmgham Much MI 48407 BOGAN MARY ELLEN 585 Suffneld Burmlngham Much MI 47856 BOLDUC JUDY A 17359 Rutherford Detrolt 35 VE 67414 BRACKEN ANNE LOUISE 9263 Park Ave Allen Park Much WA 8 2755 BURKE CAROLE ANNE 16261 Freeland Detrolt 35 VE 72849 BYAM SARAH ANN 14192 Stahelln Detrolt VE 60298 CAMILLER YVONNE MAY 3894 W Maple Blrmmgham Much Ml 49463 CARR JOAN MARIE 25 North Avenue Haghland Park 3 DI 1 0605 CARROLL LOIS ANN 14161 Rutland Detroit 27 VE 67235 CAVERLY RUTH ANN 2382010172 Mtle Road Blrmmgham Much EL 62945 CLAUSE LOIS JEANNE 16740 Fenmore Detrolt 35 KE 2 4652 COOLEY MARGARET ANN 15428 Hartwell Detroit 27 VE 77198 CONNOR CAROL JEAN 14001 Ashton Road Detrolt 23 VE 8 3047 COOKE CLAIRE E 15720 Mansfield Detrout 27 VE 5 5851 8201 Burt Road Detrolt 28 Tl 68514 CORTINA CARMEN HENRIETTA 4006 Central Detro1t10 VI 32515 DANNA KAY G 18920 Huntington Detroit 19 KE 44233 DeLORME PATRICIA PAULINE 18938 Prevost Detrout 35 VE 74684 DEMGEN MARGARET A 18661 Blltmore Detrolt 35 VE 85291 DONOHUE LUCY O 9670 Bryden Detrolt 4 WE 40973 DONOVAN MARGARET ANN 16629 Strathmoor Detroit 35 VE68623 DUNN JUDY ANN 16885 Lindsay Detroit 35 VE 62026 DUNNE ANN MARIE 17418 Warrington Detrott 21 UN 2 5968 DURKIN PATRICIA ANN 12731 Ilene Detrout 38 WE 48077 ERIKSEN BRENDA JANE 20515 Mansfueld Detroit 35 BR 3 3629 FINNEGAN JOAN KATHRYN 18268 Patton Detro1t19 KE 37566 FISH BARBARA MAY 8717 West Outer Drnve Detroit 19 KE 2 1206 FITZGERALD GAIL PATRICIA 15414 Auburn Detroit 23 KE 18460 GENEST ANNETTE ALICE 29621 Oak Grove St Clalr Shores Mtch PR 30111 GERACI RUTH CHANTAL 16758 Kentfleld Detroit 19 KE 11548 GIARDINA SALLY JOSEPHINE 16445 Rossnnl Detrolt 5 VE 90292 GIANNOTTI CAROL RITA 15914 Rockdale Detroit 23 KE 44476 GILBERT SHARON LEE 18457 Glastonbury Detrolt 19 KE 1 5549 GOULAIT EVELYN J 2726 Cumberland Berkley Mtch Ll 15174 GRAMLICH DOROTHEA MARIE 17525 Faust Detrovt 19 KE 1 0437 HAFNER JUDY ANN 19959 Southfleld Detrolt 35 KE 1 7149 HAMACHER KAY 16646 Strathmoor Detroit 35 VE 65930 HAUSE MARY MARGARET 16605 Ashton Detrolt19 KE 30090 HAVEY FELICIA MARY 17355 Annchester Detrolt 19 KE 1 7240 HENTSCHEL NAN LISBETH 22822 Warner Farmmgton Much GR 41060 HESSE PATRICIA A 1200 Yorkshire Blrmmgham Much MI 44447 HESS BARBARA ANN 844 Pune Hall Dr Blrmlngham Much Ml 62850 HOURIGAN BERNADETTE A 9584 Burnette Detrolt4 WE 36591 HOWELL NORA MARIE 16741 Warwick Detrout 19 KE 59779 HOWICK JOY LYNNE 17203 Prest Detroit 35 VE 76098 JAROS MARY ANN 6766 Archdale Detront 28 LU 1 5321 JAYNES SHIRLEY MAY 14230 Da Costa Detroit 23 KE 3 1896 JOHNSON JOAN LORETTA 16541 Warwlck Detroit 19 KE 14094 JOKUBAITIS PHYLLIS MARY 17546 Asbury Park Detront 35 VE 8 6098 JUDD ANN 7795 Heyden Detront 28 LU 45219 KANE ALICE JUDITH 16545 Edlnborough Detront 19 KE 25656 KEEGAN JANET ANNE 17185 Stahelln Detroit 19 KE 46025 KELLY DONNA MARIE 14036 Artesnan Detront 23 VE 51956 KEYS FLORENCE MARILYN 18315 Shaftsbury Detroit 19 KE 2 7584 17536 Prevost Detroit 35 VE 6 1245 KOSE FRANCES CLAIRE 16723 Asbury Pk Detroit 35 VE 6 4347 KRAUSE VIRGINIA ANN 19490 Blackstone Detront 19 KE 5 7352 KRUCK CLAUDIA ANN 16250 West 9 Mule Detrolt 35 EL 6 3469 KUBASIEWICZ LEOCADIA 2100 E Outer Dr Detrolt 34 TW 1 6436 LACK CAMILLE MARIANNE 19218 Orleans Detroit 3 TW 30797 LARKIN ANDRAE LEE 17152 Annchester Rd Detrolt19 LaVIGNE VIRGINIA LORRIANE 19206 Winthrop Detrout 35 VE 66204 LEE DONNA KATHRYN 19416 Faust Detrolt 19 KE 1 3587 LEGENHAUSE KARIN J 14442 Penrod Detrolt 23 VE 84729 LEMIEUX DOLORES M 22226 Wyman Detroit 19 KE 48114 LePAGE MARTHA MARIE 19334 Rutherford Detrolt 35 BR 3 0172 LICATA LILLIAN 15810 Marlowe Detroit 27 VE 61834 LIDDLE MARYANN ELIZABETH 16676 Hubbell Detroit 35 VE 5 1472 LOFTSTROM CAROL E 18677 Ferguson Detrolt 35 VE 6 3520 LOPEZ MARY LOU 9551 Terry Detrolt 27 VE 78348 MACK JANET ANN 14326 St Marys Detroit 27 VE 5 6073 MACUNOVICH NANCY L 11418 Arnold Detrolt 39 KE 3 9329 MALISZEWSKI CHRISTINE FLORENCE 4319 Oregon Ave Detront 4 TY 4 6453 MARCOTTE ELIZABETH LOUISE 25000 Ten Mule Road Blrmlngham Much El 63293 MARQUIS MARY DeNEIGES 20510 Lmdsay Detrort 35 VE 6 1151 . . 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'll A BT Y X ,J it'--F -1-Ml -F 1' -Q- -- ,, .-. a Y ' r - ia YW f 4-7- ' ' i R ww- i- s -1:-r-W f- - .,-L-,.-, -W M.-D -1:---k i v kv- '0'- .if ,M .gw K - -Q- m V - -. - -1, f?a-"Qn.f- .r3'a" We all know what has passed before but what Ines ahead on our road through llfe ns stnll a mystery to us Before graduatuon senuor Nora Howell walks down the beautiful rose arbor and pauses to take another look at Mercy re luctant to leave her hugh school life behnnd yet eager to go forward to the new life beckoning to her She knows that whatever she does God will be wnth her helpnng her nn making her lnght shme forth and thus glornfyrng Hrrn before all men Acknowledgement Christ the Llght of the world by Whom we the 1957 graduates are enlughtened and vnsplred glve us wisdom to see all temptations and false paths Strengthen us and encourage us an order that we may follow the straight and narrow path that leads to Heaven dy l0h'l0l'I'0LU5 lll0l' 0 G5 JMCCQJJXM ana! LLMWJ 5 WIJAQJ If fo Sentara HL LLHLOP5 jk Sopkomored jk JFBJ l'l'lel'l Before closung our book of memornes we sensors wlsh to acknowledge the assistance of those who have contributed to thls reallzatlon of our dream and to express our sincere apprecl atron for thelr kindness and generosity To Sister Mary Vuctornne for her permission and kind co operation to Sister Mary Lucy for her guidance and endless patuence as yearbook advusor and to the rest of the faculty and student body for theur mterest and understanding To Suster Mary Hugh and Mr Louus Doehrung our photographers for thenr gracious assustance durung the year to Mr Mack Supronowlcz and Litho Art Inc our prlnter to the Maryknoll Snsters and Chu Rho Arts for permlsslon to use the picture Mother of Llght and the verse designs on our sectional pages , L! ' L It , f .1 9701! ' ' Le. . e e 9 ' , A A lf 7-, at C' - 0 FULLY A LIBERAL ARTS COURSES MERCY COLLEGE conducted by THE SISTERS OF MERCY DETROIT MICHIGAN CCREDITED COLLEGE FOR WOMEN PROFESSION AL COURSES Majors In BIOL OGY CHEMISTRY TEACHER EDUCATION NURSING ENGLISH HISTORY LATIN DIETE MAT TICS MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY HEMATICS SOCIOLOGY RADIOLOGIC SPEECH AND AL TECHNOLOGY DRAMATICS MEDICAL RECORD LIBR HOME ECONOM ADDRESS ARY SCIENCE ICS PRE SOCIAL WORK PRE MEDICAL THE REGISTRAR MERCY COLLEGE 8200 WEST OUTER DR IVE DETROIT I9 MICHIGAN I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' I ' I 1 I.. 0 ,4- un. ,'f" 1' Q , IA, Compliments of MU LLIGAN Z4 Lincoln Mercury Inc The Bxg M In Mercury ns MULLIGAN 20200 Grand River 2 4000 NEW CARS KE 2 4004 USED CARS There s a g d ov' 'gl 106 L Z'- Ilke to know bhe has o much polse and confidence Ill bet she works for the telephone company Those glrls are so attxactne and have such frlendly pleasant manners They re talkmg about Lucy who tarted norklng for Mlchl an Bell right out of hlgh school She was tramed by friendly understandlng supervlsors and today shes proud of her work enjoys a fine salary IC ular wage lncreases and many new frlend Lucy was delxghted from the very first by the clean pleasant surroundmgs by the regularly scheduled mld mormng and mldafternoon breaks for relaxing ln comfortable lounge rooms and by the opportunltles for advancement len t that the klnd of job you want? Then why not et ln touch vxlth us now? Well be happy to tell you more about the varlety of lnterestmg telephone jobs ax allable to hlgh school graduates A Good Place fo Work MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Z Q B ' X x lla ,- l 11 l: V1 X KE. - y - ll I ' I ' ll lrl I 1 ..' Q S 3 - ' - a ' A' . ' Y , ' . H , . V, . , V S y . A l . .g . . l Y M Nkx - ' ' g ', 'I .Z ' g ' ' , ' s. J I - - 7 as as - -- , T , .. l N . . . .L . , A V ' g Y . V. . . V .Y li NO GREATER COMPLIMENT COULD BE GIVEN OUR UNIFORMS THAN THAT THEY ARE BEING WORN BY THE STUDENTS ATTENDING O. L. M. EISENBERG and 0 HARA I Compliments of R. A. BELIAN LUMBER COMPANY THOMPSON-CAIN MEAT COMPANY 1515 Winder Detroit 7, Mich. BRUCK UNIFORM CO INC school uniforms 224 Book Bunldlng Detront Mlchngan ENTERPRISE OIL AND GAS COMPANY 9127 37 Conant Avenue Detroit 12 Mrchlgan panntung and window cleaning 12855 Lyndon Detrolt 27 Much Phone VErmont 8 1173 74 Te HOUSE OF SHOES 23838 Joy Road near Telegraph Road Detrolt 39 Michigan Authorlzed Mercy Shoes Made to Speclfucatuon Better Looking Outwear All Others Fitted by a Shoe Specialist h J. S. CALDER CO. FEATURES: Compliments of Motor 8. Machmery Castings Co Webster 3-0800 7742 West Davlson Detrolt 38 Much Mrchrgan s Most Complete Jobbrng Foundry featurrng Barron rte from 1 lb to over 30 tons Congratulatrons from Great Lakes Mrll Supply Co 17639 Weaver Detrolt 28 Mtch Best Wrshes from 41- W A ll TOwnsend 8 9712 James R Hannon 'I'I55 Twelfth St Detroit 6 Mach Floors Walls James E Walsh 8. Associates Asphalt Rubber Vrnyl Cork 2028 Geneva UN 1 2'l2'I 1 2639 F' ift,,,. - lt se ,X HANNON'S FLOWERS 5 he ' IX AA Representatuves Abel Anne Marue Abel Mrs Lauretta Acknowledgements ACTIVITIES SECTION Advertusements Agneta Suster Mary Albertuna Suster Mary ALBUM SECTION Aldrudge Tom Alexander Mary Ann ALGEBRA Allen Rev Albert Allen Duane Amerucan Farm Polucy Carolyn Anderson Janet Anderson Joan Anderson Juduth Anderson Lunda Annlversary Ball Arnold Marylee Armbruster Sarah ART ART APPRECIATION Asuulewucz Alyene ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Atkunson Laurue Ammann Bales Mary Lou Ballet Dancers Bankett Marulyn Baras Nancy Baras Suzanne Barkley Barbara Barrett Eluzabeth Barretts The Barron Judy Basford Kathleen Basketball Bassett Susan Beata Suster Mary Beatty Patrucua Beatty Sharon Belanger Ruth A Beluan Donna 15 Bell Ruth Anne Belles on theur toes Benzrng Marle Bernocco Natalue Berthuannue Marlon Bethel Duane Beyer Mary Rose Bungham Carol BIOLOGY Btssonnette Carol Blaqutere Ruta Blasko Carol Boase Carol Boehme Carol Boes Beverly Bogan Mary Bolduc Juduth Bonutace Luccu OSB Rev 44 53 B4 104109 26 44 60 76 39 42 47 Bonlface Suster Mary 6 15 33 BOOKKEE PING Bookstore Audes Boos Patrucua Bordynosku Bull Bourgeous Patrucua Bracken Anne 15 47 Brady Noreen Brennan Noreen Bresnahan Rev Father Thomas Brudges Bob Brook Connle Brooks Karen Brownlng Robert Burd Bonnue Burke Carole Burke Loretta 39 42 Burns Maureen Burroughs Rev Robert Busuness Machunes Bustness Ottuce Audes Busse Ann Button Ann Button Mr Robert Byam Sarah Index Cadovuch Betty Cafeterua Cauetan Suster Mary Caldwell Duck Calderwood Carol Camuller Lunda Camuller Yvonne Campbell Euleen Capaldr Marlene Carey Delores Carlton Maruorle Carmen Suster Mary Carr Joan 42 Carroll Lous Ann 15 7 B2 85 Carroll Marulyn Carroll Mary Carruthers Judy Caton Maureen Cavanaugh Susan Caverly Ruth Chapel Chapel Audes Chaplain Charles Rose Marue Charleston Mary Chauvln Donna Cheftuk Charles CHEMISTRY Chesney Carol Chevallard Suzanne Child Development Chl Rho Arts Chounowsku Kathy CHORALE Choszczyk Marcella Chrustlan Duane Chrustmas Curka J Ann Curka Mary Lee Classes un Actzon Class Moderators Clause Lous Clemens Juluann Clos Judy Clubs Cockburn Patrucua Cody Frank Cole Rosanne Colleguans Collunge Margaret Commercual Club Contents Cooke Claure Cooley Margaret Ann 4 53 71 2 Cooley Vurgmua Connor Carol Corcoran Sharon Corey Corrunne Cortuna Carmen 59 86 Cottrell Helen Croke Sally Cronun Kathleen Crowley Beth Crowley Duane Cumbo Mary Ann Curtun Maureen Curtus Donna Dads 8, Daughters DAnna Catherune Dances Danovuch Ronald Davus Aluce Davus Chrustune Davus Vuvuan Dawson Judy deLeo Marle Delorme Patrucla Demgen Margaret Denomme Sue Demute Glorua dePaul Suster Mary DeRosuer Duane Deyo Lauralee Duetary Department Dungman Leslue Duscussuon Groups 110 42 44 7 4 Q Duxon, Rlchalee ....... ............... t,,. ..,. . .... ,.., .,....,,, 1 9 Doehring, Mr. Louis Doll, Polly.. .. ,, Donaldson, Jane Donegan tam .. I Donigan Mary Rose Donohue Lucy Margaret Donovan MaryBeth Doran Patrtcra Dougherty Duck Doust Joe Dubue Duane Dubuc Judy DuCharme Mrs Evangelune Dulas Anne Dunn Judy Duquette Judy Durkun Patrucua Donovan ECONOMICS Euchorn Muss Suzanne Euchmann Mary Ann Ellus Mr and Mrs D Ellls Palma Elstro Patrucua ENGLISH Eruksen Brenda 79 86 82 Eruksen Mrs Shurley EF-Per Rev F Clement Ewald Barbara FACULTY Falordeau Sandra Fedoreruchuk Sharon Fegan Geraldlne Fuelds Patrucua .. ....104 .. . . 42 . 42 24 42 Funnegan Joan 5 42 Funnegan Margaret Fush Barbara Frtzgerald Elalne Futzgerald Gall 4 9 55 56 B2 87 Futzgerald Kathy Flemmlng Carol Flum Barbara Ford Janet Forestell Margaret Fortune Teller The FOUNDATION DAY Fox Louuse Francus Bruce Francus Patrucua Francus Mrs Veronuca 47 48 Freeman Kathleen FRENCH French Club FRESHMEN Freshmen Talent Show Freshmen Tea Frunk Carol Future Home Economucs Careers Future Meducal Assocuates Future Nurses Club Future Teachers Club C3 tl Gaffney Donna Gaspardo Muruam Gaspardo Muruel Gencur Nancy Genest Annette GENERAL SCIENCE GEOMETRY 29 46 60 65 Geracu Ruth 25 39 42 4 51 53 54 79 7 Guacobazza Emuly Glannottu Carol 24 55 82 Glarduna Sally Hularuon Rev Rudolph OSB Hunsky Judy Huntz Ruta HISTORY Holmes Judy HONORS Home Decoratuon HOMEMAKING Home Nursung Horseback Rudung Hoskuns Mrs Robert C Hourugan Bernadette 4349 , 46 C D , ..u,u, . , , 44 . . 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