The Glittering  Classes ofMisericordia: Golden and   Beyond 1927-1961
“A Few Friends, June 1924”
1926 Student Archery
Gertrude O‟Connell – First May Queen              1927
“Freshman Boarders „27”
1928 Basketball
“Sun. June 10, 1928”
Class of 1929 as Juniors
Students in Administration Building Foyer - 1930
1930 McAuley Hall
Commencement 1931
Classes of 1931, 1932, and 1933
1932
Office Laboratory 1933
1933 Orchestra
1935 Graduation
1935 May Crowning
1936 Freshmen Initiation
1937
1938
Students Cast in French Play Ca. 1938
1939 Sarah Wagner Academia Club
Commencement 1939
1939
1940 – 1941
1940 May Crowning
1940
Ca. 1940-1950 Freshman Initiation
Class of 1941 as Juniors
Elizabeth Grady McNamaraMember of the Class of 1941
Elizabeth Grady McNamaraMember of the Class of 1941
Elizabeth Grady, Mary Cawley, Marie Whalen               Class of 1941
Members of the Class of 1941
May Crowning 1941
Class Outing - May 1941
Class Outing - May 1941
Class of 1942
Class Red Cross 1942
Commencement 1943
May 1943, Cast of Twelfth Night
1944 Students Packing Medical Supplies
1945 Freshmen Initiation
1946 Philadelphia Trip
1947 Basketball Team
Class of 1947
1947
1947
1948 Red Cross Group
“Lovely young ladies adorned for May Day, 1949.”
Class of 1949 boarding Harveys Lake Bus
1950 Mission Queen
Ice Skating 1950
Class of 1951, Field Hockey
Class of 1951
1951
1951
1951
1951 Students in McGann Hall
1951
Class of 1952 as Sophomores
1952 May Crowning
1953 Commencement
1953 May Crowning
Nursing Education wkshp1954.jpg1954 May Crowning
1954 May Crowning
1955
“Class of „55”
Class of 1956
1956 Class Fashion Show
1956
1956
1956
1957 Commencement
1957 Resident Dinner
1958 Mission Prom Committee
1958 National Teachers Exam
1959 Commencement
1959 Library
May 1959
1960 Commencement
1960
1960
Class of 1961         “By Mary Alice              Lawlor       When a whole class is      asked to look back over       th...
May Crowning 1961
1961 May Queen, Annette Kraynak
Class of 1961
The “John” 1960Beth and Barbara
Judy1960
April 1958
1958
McGann – Kathy Cheri
McGann
“Hung out to dry!”    McGann
Tri Sigma Trip to the IBM Headquarters in New York
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The Glittering Classes of Misericordia: Golden and Beyond

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One of the two powerpoint presentations that was shown at the Golden/Golden Plus Luncheon held on Friday, June 3rd, 2011 in Insalaco Hall at Misericordia University. The event was one of many scheduled during Alumni Weekend 2011 and honored the class of 1961 and earlier.

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The Glittering Classes of Misericordia: Golden and Beyond

  1. 1. The Glittering Classes ofMisericordia: Golden and Beyond 1927-1961
  2. 2. “A Few Friends, June 1924”
  3. 3. 1926 Student Archery
  4. 4. Gertrude O‟Connell – First May Queen 1927
  5. 5. “Freshman Boarders „27”
  6. 6. 1928 Basketball
  7. 7. “Sun. June 10, 1928”
  8. 8. Class of 1929 as Juniors
  9. 9. Students in Administration Building Foyer - 1930
  10. 10. 1930 McAuley Hall
  11. 11. Commencement 1931
  12. 12. Classes of 1931, 1932, and 1933
  13. 13. 1932
  14. 14. Office Laboratory 1933
  15. 15. 1933 Orchestra
  16. 16. 1935 Graduation
  17. 17. 1935 May Crowning
  18. 18. 1936 Freshmen Initiation
  19. 19. 1937
  20. 20. 1938
  21. 21. Students Cast in French Play Ca. 1938
  22. 22. 1939 Sarah Wagner Academia Club
  23. 23. Commencement 1939
  24. 24. 1939
  25. 25. 1940 – 1941
  26. 26. 1940 May Crowning
  27. 27. 1940
  28. 28. Ca. 1940-1950 Freshman Initiation
  29. 29. Class of 1941 as Juniors
  30. 30. Elizabeth Grady McNamaraMember of the Class of 1941
  31. 31. Elizabeth Grady McNamaraMember of the Class of 1941
  32. 32. Elizabeth Grady, Mary Cawley, Marie Whalen Class of 1941
  33. 33. Members of the Class of 1941
  34. 34. May Crowning 1941
  35. 35. Class Outing - May 1941
  36. 36. Class Outing - May 1941
  37. 37. Class of 1942
  38. 38. Class Red Cross 1942
  39. 39. Commencement 1943
  40. 40. May 1943, Cast of Twelfth Night
  41. 41. 1944 Students Packing Medical Supplies
  42. 42. 1945 Freshmen Initiation
  43. 43. 1946 Philadelphia Trip
  44. 44. 1947 Basketball Team
  45. 45. Class of 1947
  46. 46. 1947
  47. 47. 1947
  48. 48. 1948 Red Cross Group
  49. 49. “Lovely young ladies adorned for May Day, 1949.”
  50. 50. Class of 1949 boarding Harveys Lake Bus
  51. 51. 1950 Mission Queen
  52. 52. Ice Skating 1950
  53. 53. Class of 1951, Field Hockey
  54. 54. Class of 1951
  55. 55. 1951
  56. 56. 1951
  57. 57. 1951
  58. 58. 1951 Students in McGann Hall
  59. 59. 1951
  60. 60. Class of 1952 as Sophomores
  61. 61. 1952 May Crowning
  62. 62. 1953 Commencement
  63. 63. 1953 May Crowning
  64. 64. Nursing Education wkshp1954.jpg1954 May Crowning
  65. 65. 1954 May Crowning
  66. 66. 1955
  67. 67. “Class of „55”
  68. 68. Class of 1956
  69. 69. 1956 Class Fashion Show
  70. 70. 1956
  71. 71. 1956
  72. 72. 1956
  73. 73. 1957 Commencement
  74. 74. 1957 Resident Dinner
  75. 75. 1958 Mission Prom Committee
  76. 76. 1958 National Teachers Exam
  77. 77. 1959 Commencement
  78. 78. 1959 Library
  79. 79. May 1959
  80. 80. 1960 Commencement
  81. 81. 1960
  82. 82. 1960
  83. 83. Class of 1961 “By Mary Alice Lawlor When a whole class is asked to look back over their four years, how many different memories come to view… Yes, underclassmen, we will never forget Misericordia, its joys and sorrows, study and play.”
  84. 84. May Crowning 1961
  85. 85. 1961 May Queen, Annette Kraynak
  86. 86. Class of 1961
  87. 87. The “John” 1960Beth and Barbara
  88. 88. Judy1960
  89. 89. April 1958
  90. 90. 1958
  91. 91. McGann – Kathy Cheri
  92. 92. McGann
  93. 93. “Hung out to dry!” McGann
  94. 94. Tri Sigma Trip to the IBM Headquarters in New York
  95. 95. This slide show brought to you by theSister Mary Carmel McGarigle Archivesand the many Faculty, Staff, and Alumniwho donated these photographs for future generations to enjoy. For more information about the Archives pleasecontact the Archivist, Jessica Reeder: stop by the Archives on the third floor of the Library, call 570-674-6420 or email archives@misericordia.edu.
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