Clipped From The Nashua Reporter
Lucille Frein to Enter Novitiate; Is Paid Honors Miss Freln Lucille Prcin, daughter of Matt Frein. leaves Thursday to enter the Novitiate of the Sisters of Mercy in Marion. She will begin her training which will prepare her for becoming a member of the Mercy Sistera Congregation when in two and one half years she will make the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. A member of St. Michael's parish, Nashua, and a graduate of the class of 1953 of Immaculate Conception High School, Charles City, Lucille has !<pent the past several months with her father at their farm home On January 29 members of her class feted her at a farewell party in the Charles City KC Hall. When asked how long she has been planning to becomo a religious, Lucille answered, "Be- >thcr died when I It \ ; her M-ss Frein was feted at a coin shower in St. Michael's Hall Wednesday evening of last week bv 80 friends and members nf the parish. A short program was enjoyed consisting of humorous readings by Miss Esther Goetzingcr and Mrs. Floyd Dcmro; a tap dnneing skit by Karel Chandler, accompanied by her sister, Karen; Mrs. Richard Bennett, a tao dancing number; vocal duct by Kavc and B"tty Bloom who were accompanied bv Carolyn Vnnek; accordion solo by Lois Diet/ and a p-ano number by Carolyn Vanek. The hostesses for the evening wore Mrs. Vinrent Bloom. Mrs. Carl Popes. iMrs. Clay Ostcr-man. -Mrs. Elmer Mnllory. Mrs. Anton Schmall and Miss Kath-rvn Schmall.