Academy of the Holy Angels - Marianite Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)
- Class of 1956
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THE STUDENTS OF
ACADEMY DF THE
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
THE BLESSED FRIEND OF AMERICAN YOUTH
WITH C-IRATITUDE AND AFFECTION
To us, the youth of America, he was our greatest friend. His life of untiring
devotion to duty and love of youth will always be remembered by everyone,
especially those with whom he came in contact.
His own courage through the most critical period of his life will remain
an inspiration to all. Many shall ever follow the guiding light of his incom-
parable motto, "To jesus through Mary."
He lived not for himself, not to himself, for truly Christ lived within this
man and was a part of his every action. His very life was the example so
needed to save the many souls whom he loved and cherished.
Because of his goodness and untiring devotion to duty and to the youth of
America, we the students of Holy Angels Academy honor the Blessed Friend
of American Youth. In so honoring him we wish to dedicate our 1956
Marimzife to the memory of Father Daniel A. Lord, S.
We know that he is enjoying the eternal reward he so richly merited in the
vineyard of Christ, and because of this we implore his assistance and protection
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SUPERI TE DE T
RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR
HENRY C. BEZQU
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Dear Alumnae of
Holy Angels Academy:
This volume is a perpetual memorial of your stay at Holy Angels
What, we may ask, should be the outstanding effect of your stay
in school? Growth, I believe, is the one word which incorporates
all the answers to that key question.
The second question follows logically. In what way have you grown
at Holy Angels Academy? You should be able to answer with the
Child Jesus: "We have grown in age and wisdom and grace before
God and man. "
This growth is depicted graphically in this book and those which
immediately preceded it. May its contents prove to be a happy
augury of the same threefold growth which should be yours for the
re st of your lives.
Very sincerely in Christ the Teacher,
Archdiocesan Superintendent of Schools
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My dear Graduates,
All too soon the curtain shall be closed on the last scene of your high
school days at Holy Angels. Your cheers on the basketball court will have
become an echo, your victories and defeats in your scholastic work will be a
page in school history, the many gracious things which you have shared in
your high school days will be precious memories.
Graduation is at hand, and that means a beginning rather than an ending.
It means a step forward into a world peopled with mature, responsible human
beings. Among these you will find your niches in whatever interests you. You
will make new friends, meet new challenges, accept new and greater responsi-
As you take this step you are not unprepared. Your years at Holy Angels
will bear fruit if you follow her guidance and accept her counseling words,
HWALK WITH CHRISTW. Then your life will be harmoniously beautiful. In joy
and in sorrow, in happiness and affliction, WALK WITH CHRIST. When the ascent
is steep and the path rugged, WALK WITH CHRIST. In your striving for success,
in your career whether in the world or in the cloister, WALK WITH CHRIST.
Think with Christ by thinking with His Church. Let Christ be the center
of your lives, let His standards be your standards, for Christ is the Way,
the Truth, and the Life.
If you place your hand in the nail-pierced Hand of Christ and walk with
Him, you cannot fail to reach the measure of our highest hopes for you in
this life, and in the life to come a full share in the Beatific Vision.
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Angels . . . God's faithful messengers,
Praying, watching, guiding,
Helping us in all we do,
And in our hearts abiding,
Celestial patrons of our school,
Bright spirits from above,
Companions in each hour of need,
O,Messengers of love!
Holy Peace, reign o'er our CAMPUS, Sweet sovereignty, thy spirit lies
Thrones, do reflect thy beauty there. In all our ORGANIZATIONS,
Our ivyed-walls, trees and grottoes, Guide them well in all that they do,
We entrust them to your care. God's heavenly Dominations.
Noble grace, thy sacred presence With purity, so lily white,
Our FACULTY personifies, Fair choir of Principalities,
Loyal envoys, God's Archangels, Let love for God be dominant
Help them, keep them ever wise. In all our PERSONALITIES.
Love, imprinted on each STUDENT Triumphant Powers, who possess
Seraphim, we ask of thee, Sublimity of purpose sweet,
Take our hearts and place within them Take our faithful teams and make them
Your kind and virtuous charity. Strong in victory and defeat.
Knowledge, shine forth in our STUDIES, Courageous Virtues, show thy force
Assist us, Cherubim, we pray, Thy energy and might,
Place thy lasting hallmark, wisdom, Be in all ACTIVITIES
On all we do and all we say. Our unfailing, guiding light.
So Angels-Guardians of the skies,
Guides who show the way,
To you our fervent prayers rise,
Hover o'er our A.H.A.
Our Lady showers abundant graces on
her devoted children, who take such loving
care of her grotto. Ever-willing, they are
happy to help make the shrine of their
heavenly Mother deservingly beautiful.
"O Holy Mary, Mother of God, take me
under thy blue mantle, this day and for-
HELP us TO
HEAVENLY THRONES, from thy realm, fill our
campus with celestial strains of golden music. May
your holy presence ever bind us together, for thou
art the angels of PEACE.
Peaceful as silent sentinels, these ancient sycamores con-
tribute much to the beauty of the campus and the dignity
of Academy Hall. Their leafy boughs, reaching heavenward,
seem to implore Almighty God to bestow His Eternal
Benediction upon our students.
One glance at our Auditorium building is a glance at a monument
of memories. Here have been originated and produced events
and activities which long will be remembered and cherished by
every A.H.A. student. Of all the concerts, plays, meetings, dis-
cussions, dances, and welcomed visitors brought here, each con-
tributes its share in giving to the students the knowledge, enjoy-
ment, and appreciation of good times necessary for a well-rounded
SERVE GCD ON OUR
The front entrance of Academy Hall is a
familiar sight to these students since they
frequently pass it to and from their daily
visit to the chapel of Our Lady of Seven
Dolors. Each morning they offer their "pray-
ers, works, joys. and sufferings of the day"
and unite them with the precious Offering.
in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Daily
visits to Our Lord and His Blessed Lady in
the chapel are the fervent practices of every
true A.H.A, student.
Standing in the quadrangle.
attired in a pageant of trees
and flowers and touched by
a sunlit crest, is the beautiful
statue of the Sacred Heart of
jesus, forever a constant rea
minder of His Fatherly pro-
tection and divine love for us.
Most Sacred Heart of jesus,
enkindle the fire of Thy
Divine Love within each of
us, that we may, for all etern-
ity, praise thy Holy Name.
Welcoiiiing Miss Geneva Edwards, a new member
of the faculty, to Holy Angels, Sister M. Hilary.
Superior. introduces her to one of the classrooms
in which she will teach throughout the course of
the year. Having toured the halls of the Academy,
under the able direction of Sister Hilary, Miss Eda
wards sights the inevitable happy times at A.H.A,
HELP us TO
SUBLIME ARCHANGELS, we are blessed with the
gift of a faculty of wisdom. May their examples of
goodness serve to perfect our future lives. Keep
wisdom as the hallmark of our faculty, for thou
art the angels of GRACE . . ,
After a busy day of teaching seniors. Sister M. Martina
pauses at the door leading to the office where she
diligently works to fulfill the duties of principal of the
Academy. Aiming to sustain the high rating of l-loly
Angels, Sister endeavors to impart to the student body,
spiritual exuberance as well as factual knowledge.
Witli the annual speech recital approaching, Mrs.
Lucille Burrows, dramatics instructor, consults fresh-
men teachers Sister M. Ignatius and Sister M. Mark,
for the arrangement of a rehearsal'time-schedule most
convenient for them and for their students.
ow GOD THROUGH ouR
Father Gerxase Goldwater, O.F.M., Academy chaplain,
makes himself available on campus during his free time
to any student who wishes to consult him. Witli his
knowledge and wisdom as a theologian, Father instructs
the senior classes in his courses of apologetics and marriage.
He has proven himself to be an invaluable member of the
On the arrixal of a new Ulfnderwood ISO" type-
writer, bookkeeping teacher. Sister M. Gregory. and
typewriter instructors, Sister M. Louise, and Miss
Lydia I.a Frame, examine and test the new margin
feature of the machine. Witli such competent in-
structors, our graduates are certain to become efficient
and successful business women.
Pointing out the progress from yetr to ycu Sister
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with Sister M. Teresita, sponsor of the 0111 Hfmlf,
sophomore paper, compares an earlier edition of the
paper with the latest issue. Under the guidance of
these capable teathers, the students have become
quite interested in the field of journalism.
Miss Norma Kokotas, new physical education
instructor and team coach, consults Sister M.
Carmel, junior teacher and Pep Squad mod-
erator, for the arrangement of an effective
intramural line-up. Witli two such able direc-
tors leading our athletic program, the success
of our teams is confidently assured.
Selecting the honor music students of
the month, Sister M. Monica, Glee
Club moderator, and Sister M. Bartholo-
mew, music teacher, prepare to place
the chosen names on the Club Bulletin
Board. They find one another's opinion
quite helpful concerning concerts. re-
citals, and the annual State Music Fes-
Senior chemistry teachers, Sister M.
Lua and Sister M. jude, discuss the
latest discoveries in the world of science
with general science teacher, Mrs. Betty
Gipson. The three instructors combine
to give our students excellent scientific
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MAJESTIC SERAPHIM, courfiers of 1-he
Fai-her. we come before you +o offer our
invocaiion. Acquireor .each of us +he grace
of perfecfion, 'fdre'I'hoUe8r1'e H1e angels of
LOVE... ' .
Nucleus of good times . . . considera-
tion rewards a hundred-fold . . . in a
merry heart, all is well.
First with a smile , . . pleasing de-
termination . . . look after truth and
goodness-and beauty will look after
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JEANNE ANN ARNOULT
Happy equestrienne . . . versatile ath-
N lete . . . perseverance-the disguise of
Happy eyes . . . friendly countenance
. . . a straight thinker liveth a good
Life of the party . . . "and the band
played on" . . . endearing elegance of
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Silver-toned orator . . . MD to be . . FUtUf'ffl0f21l d"3Sif-EDCI - . .with laughing Our OWU eternal OPlK'll3 r - - H
diplomatic dignity. eyes and long wavy hair . , , "3 kind ant draw! mixed with sincerity
friend is a good one." brown eyes promising romance.
A pose? Of course! How else would seniors Jeanne Arnoult, jackie Bergeron, Patsy
Anna Bailey, Jessie Mae Bergeron, Lynn Bianchini, Marylea Billa, and Betty Alberts
from their busy schedules to stand prettily on the balcony.
CONOLA BLAZIO MARGIE BOESCH
Energetic leader . . . "His will be done"
. . . "You shall know the truth, and
the truth shall make you free."
Quietly industrious . . . "a friend in ai '
need is a friend indeed" . . . natural i
Silken hair enhancing a pretty face . . .
uw- an indomitable woman . . . possesses
a brilliant mind.
Dimples her appeal . . . always 'ac-
complishing, ever perfecting . . . knowl-
edge comes, but wisdom lingers.
Her eyes are homes of silent prayer . .
enthusiastic editor . . . her heart be
longs to A.H.A.
GEORGETTJ3 Boos GAYNELL Bonmss ANA IRENE BRENT
"God loveth ri cheerful giver" . . . Her effervescent spirit-equaled by few Walks before GOCi in love and humility
petite junior miss . . . sparkling eyes . . . "God has given thee much-and - - . lovely to look at-delightful to
mirror a happy heart. much thou hast returned" . . . a rare kHOW . - . "how forceful are words of
and glowing leader. truth."
Margie Boesch, Claire Bollinger, Georgette Boos, Conola Blazio, Roselyn Boneno, Diana Boh,
Ana Brent, and Gaynell Bordes appear ready for a pleasant trip along the road to success.
ANNA MAE BROGGI JANIE BURG
Wit, the instigator of laughter . . . Pleasant to be with . . . athletically in-
sympathetic by nature . . . "Sunny ,I V clined . . . too busy to be vexed with
Side of the Street," 3, worrisome cares.
joy ANN CANTELLI BARBARA CASBON
Lover of good times , . . an outdoor en- tg? A friend to be cherished . . . quiet and
thusiast . . . aspires toward a white cap sweet . . . the charm of her life is
and a nursing career. living.
DOROTHY ANN CANGELOSI
Zany damsel . . . a smile, her trade-
mark . . , in wedlock she'll find hap-
MARIE CATALANOTTO LUCY MARY CAVALIER
Off-stage comedian . . . "AS the sun Troubles vanish with her dancing feet
colors flowers-so does art color life" . . . altar bound . . . "I Love Lucy."
. . . active intellect.
If it be spelled FRIENDSHIP, long
hath she achieved success . . . warm
sincerity . . . I1 cheerful word for all.
Upon entering the gates of A.I-I.A., joy Cantelli, Anna Mae Broggi, Myra Cavalier, Jane Burg.
Marie Catalanotto, Barbara Casbon, Lucy Cavalier, and Dottie Cangelosi gaze across the campus.
Apparently some activity has captured their interest.
China doll . . . small in stature, big
in heart . . . a symbol of brighter to-
MARY ALICE "MEZ', COLLINS
Eyes that sparkle with laughter . . .
bubbling personality . . . dancing, the
joy of her life.
CAROL ANN CLARK
Auroral beauty . . . suitable quietness
. . . "stand steadfast in thy heart and
"Dark Eyes"-hair of ebony . . . work-
ing toward her senora degree . . . to
MARY FRANCES "JILL" COLOMES
Domestically inclined . . . dreams of an
elegant wedding . . . her eyes ever smile
a warm "Hello,"
JOY COMPAGNO BETTY ANN CoNNoRs Mironnn Cousms
Sweet delicacy . , , the Sacred bond, All-around sport . . . quiet friendliness Seamstress supreme . . . extensive ward-
her goal , , , thy peaceful abyss feapg . . . a merry twinkle in those pretty robe . . . a smile is an element in the
contentment. blue eyes. formula of friendship.
"Hold that pose!" calls the photographer, and Betty Connors, Mildred Cousins, joy Campagno.
jill Colomes, Mary Alice Collins, Carol Clark, and Anita Centanni willingly oblige, because they
have learned, as you can see, that the result is a lovely picture.
F LO CRIFASI
Gentle lady . . . to know her-is to
like her . . . generous heart, willing
PATRICIA ANN DANIEL
Lovelier than springtime . . . grace-
fully poised . . . "It's a great thing to
be from A.H.A."
BEVERLY ANN CROWLEY
Freshness and beauty . . . a lovely lady
. . . footlights and applause-encore!
MARY ELLEN D'ANGELO
Quick to sympathize, quicker to help
CYNTHIA MARIE DENNIS
Ever-ready for fun . . . discreet indi-
vidualist . . . to cut it short-nice.
. . . enthusiastic pixie . . . "The world
belongs to the ambitious."
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LYN D1LLoN AIDA DOWNING JACQUELINE DROUET
Measures friends by the mile . . . hap- A petal soft voice . . .beautiful dreamer A full measure of enthusiasm
piness is beneficial . . . her generosity . . . "efficiency is the assurance of big unselfish heart . . .lovable
is only exceeded by her beauty. success."
Cynthia Dennis, Florence Crifasi, Lyn Dillon, Patricia Daniel, Beverly Crowley, Mary Ellen
D'Angelo, and Jackie Drouet agree that a sunny day and Our Lacly's grotto create a pleasant
atmosphere for friendly conversation.
MARY MARTIN DIRKSEN
Charming debutant . . . eyes of be-
coming shyness . . . a true friend and
a woman indeed.
Inexhaustible energy . . . rich in good
works . . . "He who sings well, prays
SUE THERESA DUGAS
Eyes that bespeak a zest for action
never tires of doing her share
dancing her delight.
Obedience merits reward . . . fashioned
for fun . . . to see the world.
A Californian at heart . . . sincerely
mission-minded . . . from her head to
her feet, she's all neat.
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LYNNE MARKSARITT EIFFFRT EMMA ELIZABETH FERRAND MARY Aramis Fiiiuus
"BleSS6Ll lift tht' IUCClC . V - - 4 Cdffll A most unforgetable individual . . . live "A good book is the best of friends"
angel . . . thy soul art as peaceful as and let live . . . riding and talking and . . . to teach is to love . . , great is
sunset. dancing her pastimes. truth and mighty ahuve all things.
Sunny smiles and gay laughter set the pattern whenever seniors gather, as Marilyn Drouet. Sue
Dugas, Pat Eagan, Rosemary Ederer, Emma Ferrand. Mary Agnes Fields, Mary Dirksen. and Lynne
Eiffert gladly verify.
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Band of gold in sight . . . enjoyable
laughter . . . convalescence may reap
for thee great blessings.
Carefree girl with love to spare . . .
gift of gab . . . she is the one we call
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CHRISTINA GILMOUR CRoss
Enchanting newcomer . . . "like a Latin
melody" . . . art amplifies the character
of the soul.
MARTHA RITA GRAFFIA
Humorous Miss Athlete . . . cordial
disposition . . . "Life is Worth Living."
All for love and nothing for reward
. . . wears garments of gladness . . .
warm hearted friendliness.
SHIERRY GUILLORY MARX' JOAN HAGEN MARX' HANDAYAN
Commercial wiz . . . as free as an Fond of clothes and wears them well Hearty laughter wells from a happy
ocean breeze . . . her heart is in the . . .belle of the ball . . . attractiveness heart . , . tireless, zealous worker . . .
sky. awakens admiration. "service to others," her motto.
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Exchanging tales of the day's events are seniors jackie Garcia. joan Hagen, Christina Gilmour.
Mary Hanclayan, Eleanor Golclthwaite, Martha Graffia, Sherry Guillory, and Carol Gowland,
KATHLEEN BARBARA HARRIGAN
Kind, brave, wise . . . commanding per-
sonality . . . a true Irish lassie.
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A loyal friend is a priceless treasure
. . . serene sincerity . . . "MERCY,"
High-spirited . . . table tennis queen
MARY CLARE HOGAN
Happy-go-lucky colleen . . . history en-
where there's merriment. there is
GEORGIANA RITA HEIM
An ardent sports fan . . . laughter. the
glowing spark of her personality . . .
a blueprint for future happiness.
thusiast . . . "A merry heart makes a
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Sentimental day dreamer . . . eager for Rendition of a happy life . . . "Among Initiative . . . fashion wise . . . "Love
adventure . . . instrument of tontent my Souvenirs" . . . a lovely face by is fl Many SplendoredTl1ing."
and harmony. Natures own hand painted.
"A smile is an outward sign instituted by Christ to Spread joy." It is obvious that jackie Huerstel.
Lorraine Jacob, Dolores Huddleston, Carol Hebert, Georgiana Heim, Kathleen Harrigan, Mary
Clare Hogan, and Kathleen Hendrick, typical A.H.A. students, wear smiles which bespeak full
understanding of this quotation.
MARY MARGARET JENNY
"Silence harbors courtesy" . . . future
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Quiet sentimentalist . . . politeness per-
sonified . . . the happiness in thy heart
breathes forth through thy song.
HELEN RUTH KEPPLER
"Truth is the offspring of sincerity"
humor and talent-a prevalent pair
"Laugh and the world laughs with
MARY CLAIRE KARL
Breathes none save the air of cheer . . .
perpetual conversationalist . . . a charm-
ing and likable chum.
MARY JANE KILDAY
A witty intellect . . . "Sweet and Gen-
tle" . . . on the highway of success in
the car of ambition.
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thy tiny needle . , . silence is a
ELAINE LA Bunn
A deep down love for "Dennis the
Menace" . . . Academys jester . . . a
good book may lead you into grand
In her knowledge. there is powerq in
her wisdom, there is strength . . . un
questionable logic , . . unique witticisms
Xwhen personalities such as Katherine Koutroulis, Mary jane Kilday, Mary Karl. Patsy Lacerva,
Helen Ruth Keppler, Elaine LaBure, Mary Margaret jenny, and Adelaide Kershenstine gather,
laughter is inevitable.
HELEN LACY JOYCE LA GRAIZE
Little Miss Industrioug , , , ginqere A willing worker . . . future collegiate
friend . . . "And the greatest of these . -',A 'r . . . "all things are in common among
is charity." friends."
A.H.A.'s Doris Day . . . vim, vigor. and
vitality . . . speech. the fuel of life.
MARII.X'N MARIAN LAMARQUE
Never a dull moment . . . L.S.U. bound
. outspoken sincerity can never be
Keen intellect . . . courageous perse-
verance . . . "Beauty is eternity gazing
at itself in a mirror."
BETTY LIUZZA SANDRA MARIE LUSCY BETTY MARY MACALU50
Approaching wedding bells . . . deft "Open up your heart and let the sun Fl0Wlf15-I half-llff Cf0Wf1 flfld fll0l'Y - - -
with the needle . . . "Order isHeaven's shine in" . . . soul of patience . . . graceful danscuse . . . thy patience will
first law," "Dance, Ballerina. Dance." ICWHIJ UWC-
Seniors Marilyn Lamarque, Betty Mucaluso, Carolyn Leddy, Sandra Luscy, Phyllis Landry, Betty
Liuzza, Joyce La Graize, and Helen Lacy realize that soon they will be setting out on a new
path in life and find that the best place to seek guidance is in the Chapel of Our Lady of Seven
Ornament of a meek and quiet spirit
. . . kindness reaps loyalty . . . chief
supporter of Southern Bell.
"Reading maketh a full life" . . . the
pen is the tongue of the mind . . .
future "comforter of the afflicted."
MARILYN ANN MCVILLE
Poised and graceful-her ever move
ment . . . "Lullaby of Broadway" . . .
a combination of intellect, wit, and
IRIS ANN MARTIN
Born with the gift of laughter . . .
loyal Crusader . . . good deeds flourish
from a generous heart.
CATHERINE MARIE MEYER
Alert for mirth . . . athlete at heart
. . . well apt to "care for the sick."
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GLORIA MICHIZL CYNTHIA MONTALBANO DORIS MOORIZ
Refreshing :Is the morning tlew . . . ap- Speech class comic . . . "Roll, Green Friends are easily won , . . live. laugh,
preciattes poetic beauty , . . "II pretty Wfave. roll" . . . pretty potent stuff. and be happy . . . "Set your dial, keep
girl is like Ll melody." in style."
Wliat appears to be an Egyptian panorama is nothing more than Il practical joke played by
Iris Martin, Cynthia Montalbano, Marylou Medlin, and Doris Moore. Marilyn McVille. Gloria
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Angel of integrity . . , our I.11tin Fresh supply of fun . . . A1 sweet, t11lk1
A.lUClAl4'2lI'l sweetl1e.11't , , . tl111rmingly tive setttterbmin . . . wedding hells in
gay with the t'g1stint1tion ot .1 fiesta. the l-Llflll'L'.
KATHLIEIEN Nmziai, LA1i11121. Noomw
Pretty h11ir surrounding .1 lovely fate Guy disposition . 1 . generous helpful-
. . . Ll ready friend . . . intelligente. .1 ness , . . stnrlit
stepping stone to suetcss.
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CQATH15111N1s ANN NAQARIO
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good mind possesses
eyes, golden hair, marks
of il lovely lady.
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DoT'rY NUNN CLAIRE ORTH STENIE OSTARLY
Loyalty followeth truth , , , element Busy little secretary . . . ardent movie- Champion of the court . . . queen of
of readiness . . . the way to be happy goer . . . "Speech is of time, silence is the f0llC1'-rink . . . lives by the Golden
is to make others so. of 6tCrI'lifY." rule.
Happy seniors, Dotty Nunn, Grace Morales, Laurel Noonan, Kathleen Nagel, Claire Orth, and
Catherine Nacario, show their devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus by placing fresh flowers
on His grotto while Patsy Morel and Stenie Ostarly keep the interior clean and trim for an
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MARY LOUISE PALAZZO
Pleasing attractiveness . . . a smile on
her lips . . . "Piano Roll Blues."
ANTONINA THERESA Pmzzfi
Miss Sweetness . . . indescribable neat-
ness . . . content in her mist of tran-
Spontaneous wit . . . through books she
travels the realms of the earth . . . mis-
SANDRA ANN PELLANDINI
Likeable pal . . . dancing feet . . . time
out for fun.
Bright smile for everyone . . . coopera-
tive spirit . . . sweet are the words of
CATHERINE PUCCIO MARIE PUISSEGUR PHYI-ISS RAGUSA
Imaginative . . . comedian through and Lovable helpmate . , . the ball field- The id0l Of her friends . . . "Here
through . . . sports, the joy of youth. hfff PHSUFHC - - - Sf3fCHilY, 3 SOUYCQ Of Comes the bride" - - - an inquiring
contentment. mind is ever sure of knowing the truth.
Preparing for a party? . . . No, these are just seniors Mary Louise Palazzo, Catherine Puccio,
Marie Puisseger, Carolyn Pellisier, Sandra Pellandini, Georgia Post, Phyliss Ragusa, and Antonina
Piazza lending a helping hand.
ALICE MAE RAREsH1DE
Gay simplicity . . . noteworthy goodness
. . . silence is the orator of noble
IRMA YOLANDA REYES
Typist in a superlative degree . . . "He
profits most who serves best" . . . how
radiantly shines this magnanimous soul.
W M Beauty and intelligence go hand in
hand . . . frankness-pearl of priceless
treasure . . . "Let's have a party."
MARGARET ANN REMSON
A star in every field . . . given to
genuine hospitality . . . character is the
hallmark of greatness.
ROSEMARY ANN RICHARD
Energetic optimist . . . a most talented
musician . . . a voice so soft befits none
but a lady.
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RUTH MARY RILEY CAROL ANN RIVIERE LENA MAE ROMANO
Gaiety is her crown . , . charming little Her garden is her paradise . . . gridiron Seasoned with love and laughter . . .
miss , , , her highway will bg the air. fn . . . "friendship they ask, friendship " 'tis good to be alive" . . . an amiable
way, they find." miss.
Refreshments, comfortable chairs, and this friendly group of seniors, Carolyn Riviere, Irma
Reyes, Sylvia Reuther, Margaret Remson, Lena Mae Romano, Rosemary Richard, Ruth Riley, and
Alice Mae Rareshide, provide an ideal setting for relaxation.
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Dimpled darling . . . winsome smile I W"L WW The reward of a thing well done is to
. . . the first to welcome-the first to have done it . . . intriguing personality
defend. . . . " 'Tis more blessed to give than
SANDRA SCHAWARY ga ANNIE SLAVICH
Holiness is happiness . . . artistically Good natufed - - - Wefllllflg bells lil
inclined . . . such noble thoughts hath Q June ' ' - "The will to Win cannot be
made thee great. 1 -7 beat."
Cherish thy memories . . . poised angel
. . . a lady of intellect.
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MARGUERITE Sono DOROTHY JANE SOIGNET BARBARA SONGY
In love with life . . . a finger in every A genuine friendship is incomparable As one who from a dream awakens . . .
pie . . . "How far this little candle . . . "They who instruct others-shall never lets a friendship end . . . good
throws its beams." shine as stars" . . . curious intellect. words cost little but mean so much.
For a restful time-out, seniors Kathleen Saba, Dorothy Soignet, Sandra Schwary, Barbara Songy,
jo Ann Roussel, Marguerite Sofio, Annie Slavich, and Diane Schaneville find this shady lane
both satisfying and refreshing.
JOYCELIN STAEMPFL1 MYRA lSTEPPE
Every inch a lady . . . ready, willing, Measure of friendship . . . easy come-
and able . . . "The stillness of the night easy go . . . success bound on a melody.
shows forth the glowing of the day."
CAROL STEWART CLERC STOKES
A loyal friend to have is a masterpiece
to cherish . . . zest for fun . . ."Oh
what those five feet can do!"
Poise and etiquette go hand in hand
. . . a dark beauty . . . trust-the rem-
nant of a lasting friendship.
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CATHLIEIZN TAYLOR SUELLEN TENNYSON CYNTHIA TREITLER
"The Littlest Angel" . . . well-groomed "She shall feed His flock" . . . a good AI l10mC' 00 the COLIN - - - swell P211
. . . a broad mind can grasp great example is worth a thousand sermons . . - "WhO humbl6S l1imSClf Shall be
things. . . . "To Jesus through Mary." exalted."
Cynthia Treitler, joycelin Staempfli. Carol Stewart, and Clerc Stokes snatch a few moments
between classes for a friendly chat with fellow seniors Cathleen Taylor, Myra Steppe. and Sue
Let a smile be your umbrella . . . a
light of wisdom in her eyes . . . the
lady loves to dance.
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Full of spirit and fun . . . mathematical
wiz . . . "God make me worthy of my
CAROLYN CATHERINE WEIXEL
Hyacinth eyes and wheat yellow hair
. . . a glowing delight . . . looks to a
PATSY JANE WHITE MYRNA YURATICI-I BARBARA ZIMMERMAN
Rhapsody of Vogue . . . appealing Cheerful readiness to help . . . hos- Danflng brown EYES - . - 21 talent fOr
frankness . . . a perfect lady. pitable disposition . . . a zealous effort mischief . . . a friend to the end.
is worth the cleed.
Gazing through wallets seems to provide a pleasant pastime for seniors Myrna Yuratich,
Carolyn Weixel, Georgette Viellion, Patsy jane White, Cynthia Weaver, and Barbara Zimmerman,
as they leisurely enjoy their recess period.
The leaders of Sister M. Judes senior class, Diana
Boh, treasurerg Catherine Nacario, vice presidentg
Patsy Baumann, presidentg Ana Brent, Student Coun-
cil representative, and Maiylou Medlin. secretaryg
conduct a discussion on the advantages of a motion
submitted hy fellow classmates in the course of a
SENIOR LE DERS MANAGE
Sister M. Lua's class leaders, Kathleen Harrigan,
Student Council representativeg Marjorie Boesch,
presidentg joycelin Staempfli, secretaryg Roselyn
Boneno, treasurerg and Sandra Luscy, vice presidentg
gather on the auditorium balcony to review the order
of the coming class meeting.
Sister M. Louise's class officers, Antonina Piazza.
secretaryg Annie Slavich, vice presidentg jackie Gar-
cia, treasure-rg Phyllis Landry. presidentg and Lynn
Bianchini, Student Council representativeg in the
role of efficient class leaders consult the bulletin
board for news of A.H.A.'s current activities.
A mild winter's afternoon along with refreshments
are healthy stimulants for conversation on current
activities for Sister M. Martina's class officers, Diane
Schaneville, Student Council representativeg jackie
I-Iuerstel. secretaryg Myra Cavalier, presidentg Flo-
rence Crifasi, treasurerg and Carol Clark, vice pres-
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Reading the latest Student Council poster, Althea Wilson, Carolyn Albeanise, and Beverly
Frisard find that the suggestions thereon afford many opportunities for self-improvement
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Joy Ann Braud
Jo Ann Brousse
Dolores Mary Brue
Carole Ann Burns
Joan Audrey Clesi
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joy Putfork, Mary Lou Rose, Sandra Ruthoske, Rosemary Vigreux, and Lynn Kern agree
that for that last minute "cramming" before the big test. this quiet spot is ideal.
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These wise juniors, Sylvia Simpson, Carolyn Seichshnaydre, Mary Ann Zeairs, and Barbara
Babin, choose their custumes from the attic, for they have learned that a play on schedule
demands props, make-up, and appropriate wardrobe in advance.
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Ena Marie Hebert
Melba Elise Hemelt
Lynn Ann Kern
Mary Ellen Kieffer
Jane Elda Laporte
Juanita Rose Matherne
Joyce N abos
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These tell-tale expressions denote the results of the first six weeks report cards being
shown to Sister Martina by junior students Damian Brown, Kay Delcazel, Pat Ryan, Jane
Desroche, and Joyce King.
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Lanzetta, and Gwen Petrie prepare the altar for the distribution of Holy Communion.
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Mary Lou Rose
Marie Louise Salvaggio
Jo Ann Saucier
Barbara Ann Soprano
Beverly Ann Stilley
Mary Ann Zeairs
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"Side by Side" is one of the favorites of this contented group of songsters, Pat Vessier,
Sigrid Boulmay, Kathy Feltrnann, Yona Genarcl, and Joyce Nabos.
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Alert to the rules and regulations of the
Academy, Sister Mary Carmel's class offi-
cers, Moya Landry, vice presidentg Mariee
Leininger, presidentg Denise Eternod, Stu-
dent Council representativeg Gail Strick-
land, treasurerg and Beverly Stilley. secre-
taryg prepare an outline from the A.H.A.
rule book to be posted on their class bulle-
tin board for reference.
Fulfilling the duties of their offices, Sister
M. Gregory's class leaders, Barbara Babin.
vice presidentg Emily justi, presidentg
Sylvia Simpson, Student Council representa-
tiveg Judy Koop, secretaryg and Shirley
Goubler, treasurerg work conscientiously to
create the proper spiritual atmosphere in
their homeroom through the attractive use
of their bulletin board.
This brief interlude between classes and activities
produces a rare occasion for relaxation which is
appreciated by Sister M. Monica's class officers,
Patsy Thompson, Student Council representativeg
Elizabeth Howley, treasurerg Juanita Matherne, pres-
identg jean Graffeo, secretaryg and Ione Algero. vice
SOPHOMORES ENJCY SCHQCL LIFE
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A merry group of typical sophomores, Linda 1-lelminger. joan Perret, Doris Steppe,
Madeline Staempfli. Eltla Fairthild, Ann Schroeder. Dorothy McKernan, Lois Young and
Myra Vollenweider, test their speaking voices on the tape recorcler, hoping that the results
will be satisfactory.
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Helen Ann Carnet
Elenora Ann Crefasi
Diane Di iovanni
Patricia Ann di Benedetto ' I
Julie Du BOS
Phyllis Ann Dunham
SOPHO ORES Roe-:Mar Earn
Realizing that the chapel is an integral part of student life at Holy Angels, sophomores
Cynthia Brodtman, Betty Ponseti, Carolyn Blanda, Carole Bergeron, and Marilyn Fabre,
prepare themselves to visit Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.
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Bright and early. these cheerful sophs, Yvonne Fulham, Dorothy McKernan, Jeannie
Kenney, Brenclan Brown, and Darlene Lala, arrive at A.H.A. prepared for another clay of
studies and activities.
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Lynne Ann Herrmann
Barbara Rita Hotarcl
Patricia Ann Lamare
Anna Claire Ledet
Heloise Le Grand
Barbara Le Maire
Linda Ann Marino
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After a busy morning in class, these ever-hungry sophs, Linda Russell, Cynthia Castanedo,
Gay Williams, julie DuBos, Janet Vath, and Pat Polito, gather around the lunch counter
to satisfy their healthy appetites.
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Regina Arseneaux, Gwen Gasperecz, Ruth Guarisco. jackie Schroeder, and Gail Gelpi,
purchase the stationery supplies which they will need for their classes throughout the day.
DiAnn Elizabeth Osterhold
Jeanne Marie Payelle
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Mary Ann White
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as sophomores Sydney Roux, Lynn Main, Rose Brady, Mary Terrell, and Kat ryn 0
hurry to call home for that needed last-minute permission.
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Sister M. Teresita's class leaders, Gloria Jeansonne,
treasurerg Carolyn Rousset, vice presidentg Janie
Reynolds, secretaryg Martha Lang, Student Council
representativeg and Barbara Oubre, presidentg show
a definite interest in the appearance of their class-
room. They are well aware that "Order is heaven's
Admiring the beautiful new statue, of St. Catherine
of Siena, patron saint of their teacher, Sister Cath-
erine of Siena, these leaders, Myrna Cicero, treas-
urerg Mary Ann White, secretaryg Judy Gomila.
presidentg Rhoda Viellion, Student Council repre-
sentativeg and Brendan Brown, vice presidentg try
to decide where the ideal place of honor will be
for Sister's new gift.
Having decided on the social activity to be given
in honor of the seniors, the officers of Miss I.ydia's
class, Rosemary Eagan, presidentg Joel Condon, sec-
retaryg Lois Gremillion, Student Council representa-
tiveg Mary Aguilera, vice presidentg and Helen
Camet, treasurerg make plans for the forthcoming
Checking the items donated by the sophomore stu-
dents for the school card party are Mrs. Gipson's
class officers, Gay Williams, treasurerg Joann Terre-
nova, secretaryg Julie DuBos, presidentg Pat Polito,
Student Council representativeg Cynthia Castanedo,
vice presidentg and Kathleen Reugger.
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Beth Wfebre, Connie Marquer, Betty Wessel, and Pauline Smith of Sister Hilary's class
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Julie Anne Bond
Gayle Ann Burns
Emily Elizabeth Carson
Joan Ann Cascio
Karen Anne Chapman
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Getting into the A.H.A. spirit early are these enthusiastic freshmen, Pat Monteleon, Pat
Matherne, Lincla Rouyer, Judith Gerchow, who are purchasing their Holy Angels stickers,
bookcovers, and pennants from Julie Bond and Karen Chapman.
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Our newest students seem to find gardening an enjoyable pastime. Milda Finney. Gwen
Thomas, Sidonia Neel, and Vivian Meyer take pride in doing their part to improve the
general appearance of their school.
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Elizabeth Ann Hoehn
Judy Lynn Hooper
Mary Virginia Keppler
Brenda La Cour
Betty Le Blanc
Anna jean Macaluso
Carol Ann Martinez
Maureen jo Mattox
Vivian Ann Meyer
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The side gate seems to be a favorite meeting place for these freshmen. The happy
expressions of Kathy Cazaubon, Gayle Bachemin. Carol Macaluso, Pat Saunders, and
Brenda La Cour remind us that school times are happy times.
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Work can be fun, as you can see from the faces of these industrious freshies, Myra
Methe, Gretchen Rolufs. Gail Sirgo, and Lynda Mayer. Realizing that "cleanliness is next to
Godliness," they try to keep their classroom neat and attractive.
Yvonne Marie Ordogne
Mary Claire Roussel
Susan San Salvador
Maria lsahel Ustariz
Sylvia Ann Villere
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Starry-eyed freshies, Bonnie Burns, Rosalind Caruso, and Lynn Burvant, proudly admire
a nevuly acquired trophy. They are looking forward to an increase within their next three
years at A.H.A.
Sister M. Mark's class officers, Simone
Abadie, presidentg Brenda Lagarde,
treasurerg Anna Kattengell, vice pres-
identg and Carol Matthews, secretaryg
take note of the account of a detailed
project to be presented at the next
class meeting by Student Council repre-
sentative, Pat Gruy.
Placing their gym suits in order, Sister M. Ignatius's
officers, Judy Goodwyne, vice presidentg Linda Mus-
meci, presidentg Paula Tomatis, secretaryg Susan San
Salvador, Student Council representativeg and Made-
line Meyer, treasurerg agree that keeping a tidy
classroom is a favorable reflection on their home
Supporting the new Student Council project, Sister
Hilary's officers, jackie Eckels, vice presidentg Patty
Roberson, Student Council representativeg Prissy
Prinz, secretaryg Carol Lukei, presidentg and Barbara
Dietrich, treasurerg serve as good examples to their
fellow classmates by emptying the bottle containers
from the front yard.
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HELP US TO SEEK GOD THROUGH OUR
O, GENTLE CHERUBIM, we ask thy loving
re. Hover over us that our minds may be
infused with truth and wisdom, as we study
throughout the dayg for thou art the angels
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STUDENTS PREPARE FOR GOD A D COUNTRY
RELIGION STUDY EQUIPS FOR DEFENSE
OF FAITH . . . "To go forward and profess
our Faith," explains Sister M. Hilary, "is the
duty of every Catholic youth today." And to
fulfill this obligation, as Sister outlines on the
board, we must observe the commandments of
God and the precepts of His Church. In the
face of modernism, A.H.A,'s student, equipped
with this learning and a united Catholic Action,
prepares to meet and conquer the threats which
seek to destroy the morals and principles on
which our Faith is built.
RELIGION STUDENTS CONTEST THEORY
OF EVOLUTION . . . Touching on
the deep study of. evolution, seniors Marjorie
Boesch, Roselyn Boneno, Jessie Mae Ber-
geron. and Suellen Tennyson, inevitably en-
counter difficulties in understanding this complex.
theory. Father Gervase, senior religion instructor,
satisfactorily provides the answers to their doubts
and question on the "Epics of Man."
CIVICS CLASS STRENGTHENS PATRIOTISM
. . . After learning the proper procedure of
elevating the American flag, these freshmen civics
students prepare to raise Old Glory to its heights.
With the knowledge of their government, its
laws, their own rights and liberties, which the
flag represents, strong foundations are being built
in these students to become better citizens and
leaders of tomorrow.
MATH BRANCHES STIMULATE ME TAL
ALGEBRA STUDENTS SOLVE COMPLEX
PROBLEMS . . . Second year algebra presents
some very complex problems. Senior Katherine
Koutroulis discovers this. but with the clear
explanation given by Sister M, jude. she finds
her mistakeg and solving the equation becomes
comparatively easy, As a progressive study. algebra
tends to quicken the activity of the mind, and
the student may draw from it the invaluable
lesson of profiting by her mistakes.
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BUSINESS MATH FACILITATES OFFICE
WORK . . . Finding the "percentage cost" in this
"business mathematics" problem entails a detailed
process of figuring. junior Beverly Lambert con-
centrates carefully on her problem as her in-
structor. Sister M. Monica. checks student work.
The stud of mathematics produces a mental
agility in the student which well qualifies her
for an able position in the business world.
GEOMETRY PROBLETNIS TEST REASUNlNCi
POXWER . . . NX"ith the able direction of Sister
M. Lua, these junior geometry students soon
discover that bisecting an angle does not require
a special talent as they had previously supposed.
Geometry. as all forms of mathematics. is con-
ducive to forming an alert mind with clear and
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SDCIAL STUDIES DE ELDP BETTER
AMERICAN HISTORY AROUSES INTEREST
IN WORLD AFFAIRS . . . Myra Cavalier. under
the direction of Sister M. Martina, conducts
an open-floor discussion with her senior class-
mates on current events. The study of world
affairs not only stimulates the interest of the
student. but also broadens her knowledge of
world activities. This combination of current
events and American History provides a valuable
and enjoyable period.
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MODERN HISTORY UNFOLDS EARLY EX-
PLORATIONS . . . Pointing out the route by
which early explorers traveled to their discoveries.
Sister M. Teresita explains to her history students.
Rosemary Eagan and joel Condon. that these
explorations led to the discovering of our own
American continent. Throughout the pages of
Modern History. the student learns of the hard-
ships and trials on which this country was built.
thus acquiring a better appreciation of her Ameri-
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DEBATE PROMOTES QUICK THINKING
AND EFFECTIVE SPEAKING . . . Constructive
'Eriticism offered by Sister M. Catherine of Siena
to her students, following their first debate. is
welcomed by sophomores Ann Schroeder. Elda
Fairchild. Anna Englert. and Yvonne Keller.
They have learned through experience that self-
improvement. aided by the helpful advice of
others. is essential in the making of a skillful
and effective speaker.
COMMERCIAL CLASSES PREPARE FOR
TYPING STUDENTS RECORD SPEED AND
ACCURACY . . . A time chart and a clock are
an inseparable pair for these student typists.
Rosalie Duplantis, joan Silbernagel, and Barbara
Babin follow the chart as Miss La France explains
how they must record their accuracies and speed.
Mary Ann Zears, julia Mae Majeste, and Marion
Vallee examine the mechanics of the time clock.
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OFFICE WORKERS LEARN BY DOING . . .
With the interest and patience required, and
the determination to become good business wom-
en, these commercial students of Sister M. Louise's
office practice class stand soundly by their motto
that "practice makes perfect."
BOOKKEEPERS WORK PRACTICE SETS . . .
Throughout their first term. these senior book-
keeping students learned the principles of account-
ing with the aid of journals and ledgers, The
effects of this method are presented in the stu-
dents' semester projects-compiling their own set
of books-which are being checl-:ed by Sister M.
Gregory for correct content.
LA GUAGE STUDY ENCOLIRAGES
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FRENCH STUDENTS TRANSLATE MENU . . .
With a smile of satisfaction, Sister M. Mark
regards two of her sophomore French students,
Carolyn Rousset and Kathryn Von Aspern, as
they prove that their language study is of daily
use to many New Orleanians. The girls are trans-
lating a French menu of one of the city's leading
LATIN CLASS PROMOTES APPRECIATION
OF CHURCH LANGUAGE . . . Sister M. Igna-
tius looks on approvingly as one of her Latin II
students, translates the "Our Father." The stu-
dents, realizing the beauty of the Latin language
and the importance of its universal use in Church
liturgy, look forward to the day when they may
freely know and understand it.
SPANISH "ACTRESSES" REHEARSE ON
STAGE . . . Second year Spanish students, Rita
Rideau, Sandra Smythe, Patsy Gillen, Carolyn
Caller, and Brenda Quinn, prepare for their
play, "An Old Mexican Custom," as their teacher,
Miss Edwards, observes that her students seem
quite interested and absorbed in this diverse
method of learning.
LITERATURE CLASS INTERPRETS MACBETH
. . . Enacting a scene from the great Shakespear-
ian tragedy, Mavbelh, Anita Centanni portrays
the over-ambitious Macbethg Mary Ellen D'An-
gelo, Mary Clare Hogan and Myra Steppe play
the roles of the three clever witches who. en-
couraging his vicious ,plots to gain power, deceiv-
ingly convince Macbeth of his immortality.
Through the pages of English literature, the
students become familiar with the poetry. essays.
eulogies, and short stories of such renowned
writers as Poe, Kipling, Longfellow, and the
ENGLISH PROVIDES COMMUNICATION
TOOLS . , . Under the careful supervision of
Miss Edwards, these freshmen students review
their elementary English grammar. They learn
that a stable foundation in the rules and correct
usages of English is not only useful in daily
conversation, but also is an absolute necessity for
higher and advanced education.
E GLISH COURSES IMPROVE
WW as LIBRARY SUPPLIES USEFUL INFORMATION
. . . As these studious juniors do research on
their assignment, they find that the card file
is an indispensable aid for finding information
in the school library. The A.H.A. library, as
they have discovered, is equipped with an inter-
esting variety of books, ranging from fact to
SCIENCE STUDENTS LEAR THROUGH
GENERAL SCIENCE UNCOVERS MYSTER-
IES . . . "The principle of the telephone is very
simple," explains Mrs. Gipson to these sophomore
science students, Pat di Benedetto, Consuelo
Carson. and Carolyn Wiggintcvn. The girls agree
that their science class is a welcomed chance to
uncover the mysteries that surround their daily
CHEMISTRY STUDENTS PERFORM EXPERI-
MENTS . . . Eager to learn of the mysteries of
nature, these chemistry students, Patsy jane White.
Moya Landry, Pat Eagan and Mary Agnes Fields,
carefully prepare a chemical experiment, under
Sister M. Jude's supervision and watch the knowl-
edge of the elements unfold before them.
HOME NURSING DEMONSTRATES COR-
RECT PROCEDURE . . . One of the most prac-
tical courses offered to senior students is that
of Home Nursing. As future housewives and
homemakers, Anna Bailey, jill Colomes, jackie
Bergeron, Catherine Meyer. and Betty Macaluso
learn under the direction of Sister Mary Carmel
the importance of the techniques to be applied
in properly making a sick bed. They also receive
instruction in the performance of other similar
HELP us TO FOLLOW G-on THROUGH ouR
NOBLE DOMINATIONS, Gods messengers
of love, our prayer radiates the heavens as we
petition you. Relying on your direction, we
carry out the duties of our organizations, for
th art the angels of SOVEREIGNTY . . .
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STUDENT COUNCIL FGSTERS COOPERATIO
The Student Council provides a me-
President Gaynell Bordes installs Pat Daniel
into the vice presidency by accepting her oath
of office and passing on the flame of her
candle, symbolic of the power of reason and
authority which should reign in every I'l1Cfll-
ber of the Student Council.
dium through which student opinions
may be voiced. Through its varied ac-
tivities, the Council strives toward a
better understanding of student problems
and their solutions.
The newly inaugurated administration of
the Holy Angels Chapter in the National
Association of Student Councils ars: Pat
Daniel, vice presidentg Gaynell Bordes, pres-
identg Juanita Matherne, secretaryg and Mar-
guerite Sofio, parliamentarian.
The Student Council at Holy
Angels has proven its value many
times this year. On one of those
occasions, Council members gave
short speeches on recreation,
health, co-operation, self-im-
provement. and citizenship,
which are the objectives of every
member of this student associa-
Student Council president. Gaynell Bordes. pre-
sents Kathleen Saba with the initial "Outstanding
Student" award, The award was given on the
basis of dependability and helpfulness on the
campus. Kathleen was also given the privilege
of wearing the official badge, which made her
an honorary member of the Student Council.
As Student Council president. Gay-
nell Bordes, recognizes Patsy Thomp-
son's suggestion for the "Outstand-
ing Student of the Month." secre-
tary Juanita Matherne writes the
name of the nominee on the board.
A student is chosen for this honor
on the basis of what she has done
for the betterment of the Academy.
Wliilc ptcpiiing dccoritions for
Silxci Holiday. thc most outstand
ing social event of the school year,
Council members Carol Lukei and
Rhoda Viellion prove themselves
willing assistants, Student Council
president and vice president, Ciaynell
Bordes and Pat Daniel, are more
than glad to have such enthusiastic
SODALISTS IMITATE OUR LADY S
Georgette Viellion, Sodality councillor.
occupies herself with Sodality work hy
distributing to homeroom representatives
Rosemary Richard, Grace Leveque, Patty
Lachin, and Marilyn Drouet, the Sodalists
daily exercise book and character cards.
These two objects serve as a means for
progress in following the Sodality Wfay
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The Sodality of Our Lady is a way of life in
which the Sodalists aim to gain for themselves the
greatest possible holiness and to extend their in-
fluence for the spiritual good of their neighbors.
Sodality prefect Suellen Tennyson submits to Sister M.
Lua, moderator, the latest edition of the Qll?6IZ'.f llvnrk
for a comparative report on the progress of our own
Sodality. Officers, Marjorie Boesch, treasurerg Jessie Mae
Bergeron, secretalyg Ana Brent, first vice prefectg and
Conola Blazio, second vice prefectg prepare to offer their
suggestions for future activities and improvements of their
Sodality councillors Sandra Luscy,
Marguerite Sofio, Pat Daniel,
Mary Handayan, Kathleen Harri-
vx 5 gan, Roselyn Boneno, and Patsy
ix f jane Wliite give their attention
,f-ws, to judging the poster, essay, and
A' poetry contests on Catholic Press
Month. This was the Sodality
project for the month of Feb-
AY OF LIFE
"I will pray, I will love, I will honor," intones Rosemary Richard,
as she prays to Our Blessed Lady, so beautifully portrayed by
Ana Brent. These are a few words taken from the pageant
presented by the Sodality on the Feast of the Holy Rosary, which
encouraged A.H.A. students to pray the rosary daily.
Before establishing the new unit system in the
Sodality, officers Margie Boesch, Suellen Tennyson.
Jessie Mae Bergeron, and Conola Blazio consult
Father Hatrel, S. J., director of Union of High
School Sodalities, for advice in adopting this new
In unity of prayer before Our I.ady's grotto, the
student body gathers to form the impressive living
rosary and mingle their prayers and intentions to
offer them to our Lady for blessings on the school
"Only the spirit of giving" could have placed such
truly happy smiles on the faces of these Sodalists.
Each year, the Sodality sponsors a food drive in
which it distributes one hundred food boxes to the
poor on Thanksgiving eve.
CRLI ADER PRAY, TLIDY, SACRIFICE FOR
As the Holy Angels Glee Club sings in the back-
ground, C.S.M.C. president, Conola Blazio, pre-
sents Sister M. Leo, M.S.C., former student and
teacher at A.H.A. a gift of money for furthering
work in Our Lady of Mercy's leprosarium in
"The World for the Sacred Heartu is the objective
of every member of the Catholic Students Mission
Crusade. The CSMC tends to stimulate missionary
zeal and encourages participation in missionary work.
Under the capable guidance of Sister M. jude, M.S.C.,
moderator, C.S.M.C. officers, Patricia Daniel, corresponding
secretaryg Iris Martin, recording secretary, Conola Blazio,
presidentg Marguerite Sofio, vice presidentg and Sandra
Luscy, treasurerg feel confident that their program of
activities for the year will thrive in harmony and success.
Words of appreciation were extended to Sylvia
Simpson, first place winner of the essay contest
on Saint Theresa, joan Majeste and Judy Gomila,
poster winners, by C.S.M.C. president Conola
Blazio. The party presented in honor of St.
Theresa of the Little Flower gave the students
an opportunity to show their appreciation for
the Saint of the Little Way.
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As a part of the C.S.M.C. this year, the Crusaders were asked
to join the League of the Sacred Heart. While C.S.M.C. repref
sentative Eleanor Goldthwaite turns in the names of her class-
mates to Anna Englert, Rosalie Handayan and Irma Reyes ohtain
Sacred Heart leaflets of the month for their classmates.
Distributing the prizes for the sale of the Holy
C,S.M.C. representatives Brenda Lagarde and Gayle Ingolia
express a feeling of accomplishment in "Putting Christ
into Advent." as julia Majeste demonstrates the lighting
of the Advent wreath, Also on display a1'e the containers
for gold, frankinscense, and myrrh, whith represent our
offerings of money, prayers, and sarrifices to the Holy
Showing signs of gladness, freshmen Stephanie Diovadine and
sophomore Gayle Ingolia are complimented hy Mary Ellen
D'Angelo on heing the representatives of the Outstanding Mission
Classes of the month. Participation in every C.S.M,C, project
bestows this title upon a class as the top C.S.M,C. unit of the
Childhood seals, Iris Martin congratulates
C.S.M.C. representatives DiAnn Osterhold, Patsy
jane Wliite, Barbara Babin, and Heloise LeGrand
for their devoted work. Through the efforts of
these energetic leaders, the mission project was a
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Senior members of the Lumen Chapter, Mary
Handayan, Sandra Luscy, Beverly Crowley, Margie
Boesch, Pat Daniel. Jessie Mae Bergeron, Conola
Blazio, Marguerite Sofio. Roselyn Boneno, Gay-
nell Bordes, Diane Schaneville, Joycelyn
Staempfli. Kathleen Nagel, Suellen Tennyson. Pat
Baumann. Marilyn McVille, and Patsy Jane
Wliite, show signs of happiness after receiving
the new members at an exciting meeting,
The Lumen Chapter of the National
Honor Society is composed of students who
possess the qualities of character, scholar-
ship, leadership, and service, and who have
been approved by the faculty. Since it is
the highest honor a secondary school stu-
dent may receive, the desire for membership
has greatly increased at A.H.A.
The officers of the Lumen Chapter of the Na-
tional Honor Society, Jessie Mae Bergeron, pres-
identg Patsy Baumann. vice presidentg Margie
Boesch. secretaryg and Beverly Crowley. treasurerg
admire the new Honor Scroll containing the names
of the girls who received an "A" average and
"A" in conduct for the first six weeks,
The thrill of being accepted into the
Honor Society brings smiles to the
faces of the newly elected, Helen Lacy,
Althea Gelpi, Peggy Denease, Cath-
erine Nacario, Marion Portes, Vivian
Mancuso, JoAnn Karl, Marie Cata-
lanotto, Julia Mae Majeste, Joyce Cole.
Patsy Kennedy, Janice Hulin, Juanita
Matherne. Mary Jane Kilday, Joan
Clesi, Stenie Ostarly, Pat Lacerva, and
Helen Ruth Keppler. Other students
elected are Sylvia Simpson and Kath-
leen Harrigan. These girls were offi-
cially inducted at a formal ceremony
Juanita Matherne has proved her scholastic capa'
bilities by rating consistently among the top
honor students of Holy Angels. Her attainment
of a 98.8 average enabled her to become the
leading honor student for the first semester.
During one of the recent "Straight A" parties
First honor students of each class re-
ceiving blue ribbons are: Carol Corso,
Linda Musmeci, Rhoda Viellion, joan
Majeste, Vivian Mancuso, Juanita Math-
erne, Dorothy Soignet, Sherry Guillory,
and Margie Boesch. They have the
privilege of wearing their "first honor"
ribbons as long as they maintain the
highest average in their respective
sponsored by the Honor Society, TV came to
A.H.A. and saluted those girls who had main-
tained all A's for that six weeks. The perform-
ance by the "Tiny Teens" provided a good sub-
ject for our visiting cameraman.
Smiles of pride are rewards for honor
and that is the prize merited by each
of these outstanding girls. The Honor
Society sponsors a party for the straight
"A" students of each six weeks period
Refreshments, entertainment, and appro
priate awards are furnished at the cele
bration held in the school auditorium
during the noon lunch hour.
GLEE CLUB STAGES
The Glee Club organization affords
its members an opportunity to sing
and to appreciate good music through
the presentation of sung Masses and
Consulting Sister M. Monica for last
minute instructions, soloists Patricia Eagan,
Catherine Nacario, and Mary Hanclayan
agree quite confidently with G-lee Club
president, joycelin Staempfli, that the tra-
ditional Christmas Messiah will be an even
greater success than those of previous years.
On the feast of St. Cecilia, members of the Academy Glee
Club gathered in the chapel to honor their patron saint.
They began the celebration of the day by participation in
the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. singing the beautiful liturgy
of the Church in Gregorian chant. Giving an inspiring ser-
mon, Father Gervase, O.F,M., left in the minds of the
girls the enlightening thought that. "He who sings well
Amidst laughter, song and tears, the
Glee Club members gathered together
to present their Christmas gift to Sister
M. Monica, as a token of their appre-
ciation for her constant efforts spent in
bringing another successful Christmas
concert to A.H.A,
Glee Club moderator, Sister M. Monica,
and director, Father Robert M. Stahl, S. M.,
confer about the songs to be used in the
program for the Spring Concert. Their
capable leadership is one of the main fac-
tors that has led the Glee Club to become
such a great success.
All eyes focus on Father Stahl as he
conducts the Glee Club through one
of the songs to be presented in the
Spring Concert. Although these prac-
tices are held in an informal manner,
Father Stahl conscientiously guides the
girls in correcting many of their errors
and in perfecting their selections.
In preparation for the approaching concert. these Glee
Club members, Marie Catalanotto and Helen Ruth Keppler,
generously give their time and efforts in distributing the
cloaks to be worn for the occasion.
STUDE TS CULTI ATE MUSIC ABILITY
Music teacher, Sister M. Bartholomew, takes pride in dis-
playing the trophies of Roselyn Boneno. music student of
eleven years. Roselyn has merited these awards as a result
of her application and achievement in the study of piano.
Membership in the Music Club is open to all who
wish to develop musical talent and an appreciation
of the music arts. Outstanding music students com-
pete in the State Music Festival held at Baton Rouge.
Awards are presented to deserving members at the
Annual Spring Recital.
Discussing the latest issue of the Nrzzinmzl Calbnlic Music
illagazine are the officers of the Music Club, Roselyn
Boneno, president, Consuelo Carson, secretaryg Yvonne Kel-
ler, reporter, and Pat Lacerva, vice president. These girls
fully agree that this is one way to increase music apprecia-
and Yvonne Keller, Superior.
The respective ratings of the girls
numbered among this cast of musicians
which represented Holy Angels in the
annual State Music Festival, are Lynne
Hermann, Superiorg Barbara Hotard
Superiorg Rose Brady, Very Goodg joan
Clesi, Very Good, Pat Lacerva, Excel
lentg Lynne Main, Very Goodg Carolyn
Bourgeois, Excellent, Milda Finney
Superiorg Ellery Wagoner, Superior
Presenting every opportunity to develop the musical talents
of the students, the Music Club offers ri special vocal
Course for those who wish to major in that respective field.
joan Clesi agrees that her voice lessons have developed
"Practice is the essential element toward any actomplishb
ment." This is a fact understood fully hy sophomore music
student Margaret Hooe. as she testifies through her daily
practice on the chapel organ during her free time. The
pleased expression of fellow organist Yvonne Keller verifies
that Margarefs efforts are not only fruitful but enjoyable
and inspiring as well.
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The brass instruments have gained the interest of several
students, and among them, sophomore Lynn Main. through
diligent practice, holds top honors with her trumpet.
Milda Finney shows that it was only through long
hours of practice that she was aihle to become the
first honor student in the music department. For
obtaining this honor, she received 21 trophy at the
Annual Spring Recital.
JU IOR RED CROSS GIVES SERVICE
Diane Schaneville smiles happily as she proudly accepts
from Mr. John Tucker, New Orleans junior Red Cross
director, the president's cup which symbolizes the respon-
sibilities of citywide leader of junior Red Cross. This
marks the second consecutive year that a Holy Angels
student has served as president of the citywide council.
The realization of the importance of working
together with the belief in service for others,
for the community, and for the school. has
made the branch of the American JRC at
Holy Angels an outstanding unit. Outlining
plans for the Good Will Display, JRC officers
Catherine Nacario, secretaryg Mary Handayan,
vice presidentg Diane Schaneville, presidentg
Moya Landry, reporter, and Patsy Thompson,
treasurerg try to choose the most effective
means of transmitting to students the aims
of the Red Cross-the spreading of good
will and happiness to all men of all nations.
Roselyn Boneno, Diane Schaneville, Conola
Blazio, and Mary Handayan represented Holy
Angels at the JRC New Orleans Leadership
Training Center held in August. Here they
reinact the humorous skit which they pre-
sented to show the need for more volunteer
Top talent of A.H.A., accordianists Patty
Robicheaux and Rosemary Richard, were chos-
en by Mr. Tucker to appear in the first non-
competitive Talent Show sponsored by the
JRC citywide council. Mary Handayan repre-
sented Holy Angels Academy on the com-
mittee which planned this project providing
entertainment for the orphans and old folks
of New Orleans.
"Santas Helper" is a fitting title for each
of these junior Red Cross representatives who
undertook the task of collecting and distribut-
ing Christmas toys to orphans of New Or-
leans in reply to the letters which they had
addressed to Santa Claus. Mr. Tucker aids
the girls in placing their gifts in the Red
Cross station wagon that will carry them to
Witli the spirit of Christmas in the air,
Cynthia Castenado, Linda Russell, Nora
Crifasi, Julie Dubos, Helen Levata, and Diane
Schaneville, have found that they could add
joy unto that of others. Under the direction
of Sister M. Teresita, sponsor, they wrap toys
and gifts for the orphans of the city.
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Echoes of the Holy Angels locomotive re-
souncl throughout the gym as Pep Squad and
cheerleaders take on the spirit of enthusiasm.
when Holy Angels and Dominican strive to
surpass one another in a close game.
Wide grins illumine the faces of onlookers
and Pep Squad as our enthusiastic cheerleaders
swing out their version of the "Bunny Hop"
at the A.H.A. volleyball tournament. The
irresistible spirit of our leaders occasioned the
annexation of honorary cheerleaders in the
form of two Rosary varsity members.
PEP TERS BCGST
"Get ready, everybody! The motorcade
is about to start." With screaming sir-
ens and cheering students, the gaily dec-
orated cars wind their way through
city streets to Dominican gym for the
Holy Angels-Dominican volleyball
"Hooray for Mr. Policeman!" Students
and cheerleaders express their gratitude
to the officer who led the motorcade
from Holy Angels to Dominican. As a
token of appreciation, head cheerleader
Gaynell Bordes presented him with a
Holy Angels pennant, signifying the
spirit, appreciation, and honor of our
The sparkling personality of Mar-
guerite Sofio is the element needed
to incite sportsmanship and vitality
among Pep Squaders and team.
School-spirited cheerleaders, Georgette
Viellion and Marion Portes, smile upon
hearing the enthusiastic replies to their
question, "Is everybody happy?"
A group of spirited students led
by these enthusiastic cheerleaders
comprises our Pep Squad, which
gives vocal support to the players
and does much to further team
Head cheerleader Gaynell Bordes, with
her typical vim and vigor, leads the
Pep Squad in the "Victory" cry. This
is Gay's fourth year as a cheerleader
and her third year as captain of the
Cheerleader Phyllis Landry displays her
vivaciqusness by leading the Pep Squad
in the familiar cheer, "A.H.A. Owls,"
which encourages the team to fight
With the cooperation of the Pep Squad,
Judy Gomila and Althea Gelpi loudly
cheer "Rickety, rackety, shanty-town,
who can keep the Owls down?"
FUTURE LEADERS PREPARE FOR CIVIC
Campaigns for governorship in the state of
Louisiana this year afforded a timely project
for the members of Sister M. Hilary's Civics Club.
All during the campaigns, the students followed
the candidates of their choice, by collecting write-
ups, pictures, posters, and combining them to
form a scrap book. Betty Wessel, Janice Quick,
Connie Marquer, Emily Carson, Carol Lukei, and
Carol Corso examine the books made by their
Civics Clubs enable members to learn and
understand the forms of national, state,
and local governments in order that they
can take an active part in working for the
betterment of our country.
Future civic leaders of America present their
ideas to the student body over the public address'
system on Citizenship Day. Simone Abadie, Car-
olyn Matthews, Lynne Burvant, Julie Bond, Rosa-
lind Caruso, and joan Majeste, of Sister M.
Mark's freshman class, find civics interesting and
practical and plan to put their knowledge into
action as community leaders.
That their visit to the St. Vincent's Orphanage
brought much happiness to these playful children
is evident to the cheerful freshmen in Sister M.
Ignatius' class. These Civic Club members agreed
that by making the children happy they had given
themselves the joy that comes from helping others.
HILITER TAKE TO THE AIR
Hilites, a local-club for teenagers or-
ganized by Mr. Beverly Brown, aims to
arouse interest in radio broadcasting. It also
develops social responsibility among teen-
agers by giving them opportunities to work
and recreate together.
Hiliters Sandra Luscy, Georgette Viellion, and
Damian Brown gather to write a suitable script
for a forthcoming program. Due to the efforts
of the I-Iilites members of our school, Holy Angels
news is broadcasted regularly over radio station
For his efficient service as emcee
of the A.H.A. Talent Show, Mr.
Beverly Brown proudly accepts
his honorary pennant from Stu-
dent Body president. Gaynell
Gay is senior representative of
A.H.A. on the Hilites governing
board. and she will represent
Holy Angels in the organizations
citywide "Ideal Girl" contest.
Our A.H.A. reporters. Juanita Matherne, Judy
Gomila, and Gaynell Bordes, announce news of
A.H.A.'s activities to their teenage audience
throughout the city of New Orleans. With such
competent reporters, the students can be sure
that their school news will be accurately re-
ported to the public.
OWL HOOTS SPREADS SCHOOL EWS
OWL HOOTS is the title which
identifies the school paper pub-
lished monthly by a staff of sopho-
mores. OWL HOOTS has spon-
sored contests throughout the year
-among them poetry and short
Proudly reading over their first edition
of the sophomore paper, OWL HOOTS
editorial staff, Jackie Schroeder, Yvonne
Keller, and Rhoda Viellion, consult
with sponsor Sister M. Teresita as to
what improvements will make their
next issue a greater accomplishment.
In order to assure the enjoyment and
satisfaction of all OWL HOOTS read-
ers, the staff has placed a suggestion
box in the hall. Placing their ideas in
the box are Pat Polito, Gay Williams,
julie DuBos, Heloise LeGrand, Jeanne
Payelle, and Gayle Ingolia,
Working on one of the new features of their paper, cross-word puzzles,
are staff members, Yvonne Fulham, Barbara Hotard, and Lynn Hermann.
Preparing these puzzles entails a great deal of planning, since they must
provide both educational values and entertainment for their readers.
STAFF: Editor-in-chief, Yvonne Kellerg Assistant Editors, Rhoda Viellion
and jackie Schroeder, Artists, Gay' Williams, Rose Mary Eagan, and
Heloise LeGrandg Sports, Yvonne Fulhamg Literary Editor, Rosalie
Handayang Feature Editor, jo Ann Terrenovag Humor, Pat Politog
Society, Linda Reynoldsg Reporters, Gayle Ingolia, Julie DuBos, Theresa
Amos and Jeanne Payelle.
QLIILLA D SCROLL RE ARDS OUTSTA DI G
Quill and Scroll is the International Hon-
orary Society for High School journalists.
Membership in the Bishop Fulton Sheen
Chapter of Quill and Scroll is awarded to
those A.H.A. juniors and seniors who have
performed superior work in journalism, or
its allied fields, and who rank scholastically
in the upper third of their class.
Making plans for the poetry-essay contest spon-
sored by A.H.A.'s Chapter of Quill and Scroll
are officers Patsy jane White, presidentg Margue-
rite Sofio, corresponding secretaryg Joycelin
Staempfli, vice presidentg Patricia Baumann, re-
cording secretaryg and Mary Handayan, treasurer.
Looking over the qualifications for membership
in Quill and Scroll are Patsy Kennedy, Joyce
Cole, and Helen Ruth Keppler. For their out-
standing work in journalism, especially on the
yearbook. these girls were selected as new mem-
bers for the Bishop Fulton Sheen Chapter here
at Holy Angels.
Kathleen Saba and Iris Martin proudly display
the certificates which they received for their
meritorious work in journalism. These certificates
were awarded for their outstanding work on The
MARIA ITE STAFF STRIVES
The Marimzite, whose previous editions have merited
All-Catholic ratings, is the yearbook published by a group
of students popularly known as "Annual Workers." The
Marianizfe staff and workers endeavor to provide an inter-
esting and informative record of high school life.
Eager to improve the annual, Editor-in-chief Roselyn Boneno
consults the Srholartir Edilar magazine for new ideas and develop-
ments in the field of journalism. As a devoted editor, Roselyn's
first concern is for the yearbook, and her constant endeavor to
put The Marianile on top has served as an incentive to her staff
and annual workers.
The final check of the Puhlirherr' Dummy
in search of errors, before the mailing of the
second shipment, is the tedious job of assistant
editors Conola Blazio and Mary Handayan.
Their time and patience in detecting and pre-
venting mistakes prove them quite capable
and worthy of their positions.
These literary workers will readily agree
that finding synonyms is rather trouble-
some at times, but with the aid of
"Mr. Webster," the task becomes com-
paratively simplified. And Mary jane
Kilday, Pat Kennedy, Jessie 'Mae Berg-
eron, and assistant literary editor, Joyce-
lin Staempfli, progress smoothly once
FOR ALL-CATHOLIC RATI G
Sister M. Catherine of Siena, sponsor of The
Mmimzife, gives an explanation of the ma-
terials contained in the Yearbook Kit to annual
workers Judy Gomila, Jackie Schroeder, and
junior assistant editor Joyce Cole.
Proper proportions and correct angles
-these are the prevalent thoughts in
the minds of the lay-out staff members.
Suellen Tennyson, assistant layout edi-
tor, Iris Martin, circulation manager,
annual worker, Ann Martinez, and Pat
Daniel, layout editor, seem little af-
fected by the technicality of their Work,
but rather show signs of true qualifica-
tions with their smiles of enjoyment.
Preparing a vital part of the yearbook, literary
editor, Kathleen Saba, and assistant Patricia
Lacerya work diligently on the theme. Their
time and energy spent in research for the
theme were a great help towards the publica-
tion of The Maritmite.
The technicalities involved in capturing a good shot on
film demand an alert mind and a sharp eye. The fine
photography throughout the yearbook is ample proof that
Vivian Mancuso, photography editor, and Rhoda Viellion,
her assistant, meet these requirements. Here Rhode hands
Vivian a bulb from the supply case to be inserted into
the flash attachment.
Publicity is the key to accomplishment in regard to the
yearbook. Assistant art editor, Marie Catalanotto, expresses
her approval as Helen Ruth Keppler, art editor, explains
the significance of the annual goal chart to Marguerite
Sofio, advertising manager, before erecting it in the hall.
Ability, competence, and efficiency determine the qualified typist
for The Mtzriazzize staff, and these girls fill the bill satisfactorily.
Receiving a rough draft from assistant Rosemary Richard, our
diligent copy editor. Irma Reyes, prepares to transfer the write-ups
to good copy sheets.
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Each task, large or small, is an essential one when it concerns
The Murimzile. The daily duty of Anita Handayan and Ann
Martinez consists in delivering and returning used film to the
developers. Such adequate efficiency among the workers explains
the "All-Catholic" rating of our yearbook.
ALUM AE RELIVE CAMPUS MEMORIE
These girls, leaving the chapel of Our Lady of the Seven Dolors, are
typical of many found on the campus during homecoming day.
Proudly displaying their lovable babies, who may someday
be students of Holy Angels, are four members of the
Alumnae. The added attraction of babies was one of the
highlights of the day.
Witlm smiles of assurance, these mem-
bers of the Alumnae team prepare to
defend their title against the varsity
team of A.H.A. in their traditional
Members of the Alumnae Association of
A.H.A. preserve their bonds with the school
by ,sponsoring an annual day for themselves
and the graduating class. The Alumnae en-
courages scholarship and school spirit by
awarding the Sister Aloysius Memorial
award and the English award to the most
Pausing for a moment to take a picture doesn't seem to bother both
outgoing and incoming officers, Cecil Poillion, Sylvia Ballas, Dorothy
Bouche, Kitty McCarthy, Beryl Murphy, and Alice Franek, as they
gather for a friendly chat. You can be assured that laughter and gaiety
will prevail throughout their conversation, as they recapture many old
CGGPER TIVE CLUB BACKS SCHOOL
As Mrs. Staempfli serves punch to Mrs. Eagan
and Mrs, Schroeder at the Epiphany party, she.
along with the other members. realizes that post-
poning their Christmas party until after Advent
was not a loss after all. The refreshments accom-
panying the occasion proved to bevenioyable to all,
The School Cooperative Club. which fosters to-
operation between teachers and parents, works
for the betterment of A.H.A.
Officers of the group, Mr. Herbert Mura, vice
presidentg Mrs. F, Staempfli. presitlentg Mrs, G,
Eagan, secretaryg and Mrs. DI. C. Schroetler, treas-
urerg look favorably upon the agenda of their
organization for the present year. Wlith these
willing parents as leaders, the School Cooperative
Club is assured of rendering efficient services to
both faculty and students.
Interest of parents in the school is shown by the
attendance at the Cooperative Club meetings and
its activities. At one of the regular monthly meet-
ings, the parents and teachers of A.H.A. students
give their attention to the officers who try their
best to report the success of some of the projects
and future expectations.
HELP us TO MANIFEST GOD THROUGH OUR
GLORIOUS PRINCIPALITIES, our prayer is
th t your angelic sweetness may he deeply felt
the heart of every student. Let the sprrrt of
lf acrifice shine forth in our personalities, for
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RUNNERS-UP PLACE IN SENIOR RACE
BREN DAN BROWN
SPOTLIGHT AT S.L.C.
"Gee, but it's great to debate." especially when you can
return home with 11 out of 12 victories and a first
place rating from Southeastern Louisiana College. Our
varsity debaters. Pat Lacerva, Gaynell Bordes, Jessie Ber-
geron, and Margie Boesch, hold their hard-earned prize
of forensic accomplishment, the winner's plaque.
Jessie, Gay. and Pat merited additional distinction by re-
ceiving "Superior Senior Delaateru ratings for placing
among the top six debaters in the tournament.
Beaming sophomore debaters, Yvonne Keller, Anna Eng-
lert, Elda Fairchild, and Rhoda Viellion, proudly display
the plaque they received at the Hammond Speech Tourna-
ment. Our junior debaters received this trophy for having
proven themselves the best debate team in the junior divi-
"If only Shakespeare were here---I know he'd be proud,
but not nearly as proud as his own Sbu1k6'Jf7c'rl7'e?,5 Lfzdierf'
Here is the cast that won first place in the one-act play
division at SLC, Superior and polished acting was dis-
played hy Marilyn McVille as Cleopatrag Sandra Luscy, as
Desdemonag Jessie Mae Bergeron. as Portiag Gaynell Bordes
as Julietg Georgette Viellion as Katherine, and Mary Lea
Billa as Ophelia. Congratulations, girls, and Mrs. Burrows.
your director, as well.
Special Southeastern recognition goes to Gaynell
Bordes, who merited a Superior rating in poetry
interpretation. Beverly Crowley holds the Excellent
certificate she received for prose interpretation, and
orator Jessie Bergeron looks at her Excellent award.
Through their success in these fields. this trio
brought honor to A.H.A,
LE DI C5 THLETES MERIT RDS
Displaying the trophies and sweaters which they received for faithful and
dependahle service, senior varsity members, Cynthia Montallvano, Jeanne Arnoult,
Sue Dugas, Martha Graffia, Helen Ruth Keppler, Stenie Ostarly, and Margaret
Remson proudly gather around team coach, Miss Norma Kokotas.
Senior Gaynell Bordes. having served as cheerleader-
in-rhief for three of her four years as a tliecrleader,
was deservingly awarded a trophy and a sweater
for her devoted and untiring efforts in leading thost
uad moderator, Sister Mary Carmel, presents senior
rders Marguerite Sofio, Gaynell Bordes. Phyllis
, and Georgette Viellion with individual trophy
in recognition of their faithful participation through-
sthool year, IZ'
who lead the Pep Squad,
Tears of happiness brighten the eyes of Georgette Viellion. outstanding
member of the Pep Squad, as she proudly displays the trophy awarded
her for four years of perfect attendance and loyal servite in all athletic
STUDENTS EXCEL IN COMPETITI E EVENTS
Clasping hands, Ann Schroeder, Linda Mayer, Rosalie
Handayan, .To Ann Karl, Paula Tomatis, Myrna
Cicero. Linda Musmeci, De Ann Gosseu. Pat Polito,
Linda Leddy, Evalyn Durand, julie Grentz, Zenobia
Salvaggio, and Marie Louise Salvaggio. congratulate
one another on having their poetry compositions
published in the "National Poetry Anthology."
Senior Gaynell Bordes displays the oratorical ability
that ably qualified her to represent A.H.A. in the
citybwide "I Speak for Democracy" contest and to
win the inter-school competition of the C.S.M.C.
Oratorical contest. Further qualified, Gay entered
ancl won the archdiocesan finals, thus giving A.H.A.
the necessary third annual win to claim the "Arch-
bishop joseph Francis Rummel Trophy," as its per-
manent possession. The presentation of the award
and a portion of Gay's oration were filmed and
recorded by WDSU-TV cameramen to later appear
on the air with honorary recognition.
The happy countenance of Ann Schroeder, Rosalie
Handayan, Madeline Meyer, Francesca Burmaster,
Moya Landry, Beverly Stilley, Linda Helminger,
Dorothy McKernan, Judy Goodwyne, and Yvonne
Fulham indicate their satisfaction in winning certifi-
cates from the National Essay Contest and thereby
having their works published in the "Anthology"
An interested crowd of supervisors watch head
goblin Irma Reyes as she holds apples for two
of the resident students. Bobbing apples was
only one of the enjoyable games played in
the annual Halloween party held in the Holy
Angels attic, which housed many a spooky
corner prepared especially for the occasion.
ATTIC ATMOSPHERE HOUSES HALLOWEE
After an evening of fun and
scenes, the resident students
their prefect Sister M. Monic
assistants, Sister M. jude and
ory, for a last toast in honor
party. The party was filled
entertainment provided by the
a and her two
Sister M. Greg-
of rt successful
with food and
Last minute preparations before retire-
ment are in progress, as resident stu-
dents Marta Lorena Calero, Ondina
Murati, Georgina Aguilar, Yolanda
Batres, and Isabel Florentino busily tend
to their hair. shoes. and garments.
Resident students gather around the Christmas
tree to await the presentation of their gifts
from Helen Lacy, alias Santa Claus. Ana Brent
helps Santa while he proceeds to distribute
gifts to Emily Carson, Isabel Florentino.
Beatriz Abreau. Ondina Murati, and Consuelo
Sister Monica, prefect of resident students,
graciously accepts the gift presented to her
by Santa Claus and his assistant, Ana Brent.
This presentation took place at the annual
Christmas party given by the resident students.
At home away from home,
these resident students enjoy
their Christmas dinner. This
festive repast was celebrated
with delicious food and happy
Assisting one another in putting on the final
touches are Gloria Michel, Maria Chavarria,
and Beatriz Abreau as they prepare eagerly
for the A.H.A. Winter Formal.
Lending a helping hand around the school
building are Alberta Smith and jane Elda
Laporte. The time and service rendered by
these girls aids in maintaining the attractive
appearance of Holy Angels.
Preparing for a brief visit home during the holidays
are resident students Virginia Morales, Maria Isabel
Ustariz, Maria Balladares, and Aida Downing. Al-
though their days at A.H.A. are happy ones, they
are glad to have the opportunity to see their families
at Christmas time.
Ana Brent and Emily Portillo occupy the hall for rr final
practice of their Spanish dance before the A.H.A. Talent
Show. These senoritas worked hard and succeeded in pro
viding one of the best numbers in the show
I TEREST STUDENTS
Reigning as queen and princess of the senior and junior
residents are And Brent and Beatriz Abreau. These girls
were chosen by the freshmen and sophomores, and they
were crowned during the holiday party by Yolanda Leon
and Consuelo Carson.
Enjoying a special English course conducted
by Miss Edwards are resident students, Sylvia
Figueroa, Vilma Fleirschermann, and Connie
Valle. This has helped these Spanish girls
to acquire a better understanding of the Eng-
HELP us TO PRAISE Goo THROUGH ouk
O MIGHTY POWERS, let us know the y f
winning. Obtain for us the grace to lo h
ease, and the perservorance to co t'
courageous efforts, for thou art th g 1 f
TRIUMPH . . .
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HOLY A GELS SPONSORS
Senior varsity members Sue Dugas. Martha Graffia.
Cynthia Montalbano, Vivian Mancuso, Marie Puis-
seger. Jeanne Ann Arnoult, jo Ann Karl, joy Can-
telli, Helen Ruth Keppler, Margaret Remson, Stenie
Ostarly, and Shirley Goubler seem quite confitlcnt
that the volleyball season will bring new honors to
On behalf of A.H.A.'s tournament team. Miss Norma Kokotas
accepts third place trophy from Sister M. Alberta, hostess of the
Marianite Tournament, held on October 19 in St. Mary of the
Angels gym, Awarcletl for, her outstanding participation and
sportsmanship. Co-Captain Margaret Remson was elected to the
Gathering on stage to display their
trophies are members of the winning
teams and their respective coaches.
Awards were presented on the basis of
skill, sportsmanship, and abilities clem-
onstratecl by teams participating in the
Marianite volleyball tournament.
MARGARET REMSON J EANN E A
Realizing the height zulvuntagc of Holy Name of jesus in 1
jump, A.H.A. players closely guard their opponents to femur
possession of the ball.
VIVIAN MANCUSO THERESA L
With her guard in close pursuit, Martha Graffia quickly
evadcs her to move in for il successful jump shot.
ANZETTA CAROL BURNS
In a matter of seconds, jo Ann Karl carefully studies the With ease and certainty, Captain Stenie Ostarly springs upward
situation before passing the ball to one of her teammates in to shift the ball into the hands of her waiting teammates.
the Sacred Heart game during the Dominican Tournament.
SHIRLEY ANN GOUBLER CYNTHIA MONTALBANO HELEN RUTH KEPPLER
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TRILIMPHS IN DOMINICAN TCDLIR EY
St. joseph's forwards vainly attempt to break the
defensive play of A.H.A.'s guards, as Mary Aguilera
turns to recover an unsuccessful shot.
Referee Tarty Kehoe steps back as the ball is tossed, and varsity
member Carol Burns hurls upward to tap it to a waiting team-
mate. Carol played an outstanding game. and she was one
of the players responsible for A.H.A.'s splendid showing at
the Dominican Tournament on january 7.
Varsity Co-captain, Margaret Remson. brings honor to Holy
Angels by being selected as a member of the All-tournament team.
Margarefs outstanding offensive play and laudable sportsmanship
assured her a place on this team.
Gloria Jeansonne and Astrid Chauvin express happi-
ness as Miss Kay and team members june Ann Rolfes,
Mary Aguilera, Arlene Ashby, Brendan Brown, Kath-
leen Karl, Carolyn Rousser, Lois Baumann, and
Phyllis Dunham look admiringly at the first place
trophy won at the Dominican Basketball Tourna-
ment. A.H.A.'s first place victory was truly a team
CLASSES VIE FOR I TRAMURAL CROWNS
The symbol of "Victory" is formed by these juniors of Sister
Mary Carmel's class, Denise Eternod, Mary Louise Salvaggio,
Janice Hulin, Gail Strickland, Patty Robichaux, Moya Landry,
Eileen Brinkman, Pat Di Benedetto, Damian Brown, Genie Faust,
and Vera Tooley, after capturing the volleyball championship.
Spirited by the lively cheers of their pep squad,
Sister M. Catherine of Siena's Cadets can do little
but win their intramural game. During these games
the courts are surrounded with such enthusiastic pep
squads typifying the spirit of cooperation which pre-
vails among our students.
An accident? No, only the senior "R,elapses"
preparing for a friendly game. Although they
look very weak, these girls came close to
upsetting the "Parrots" in the championship
Such delightful masquerades decorate the in-
tramural sports program, and present not only
an exciting sport, but at times an entertaining
With paddles forming a "V"
for victory, juniors Jo Ann Karl
and Joyce Cole rest after winning
the doubles championship in the
Ping Pong Intramurals Tourna-
ment. Their triumph enabled
their class to gain more points
toward the acquisition of the
trophy awarded to the class
which has accumulated the larg-
est total of points preceding Field
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Tension mounts as the little
white ball bounces back and
forth between Stenie Ostarly and
Barbara Randazzo in the battle
for the ping pong championship.
After a thrilling climax, Stenie
Ostarly was declared the new
ping pong singles champion.
These sophomores take advan-
tage of their physical education
period to put into practice newly
learned basketball rules. Display-
ing the proper method of com-
pleting a jump ball are Judy
Gomila and Rhoda Viellion,
whose lively antics produce
smiles from their teammates.
Steady form and a straight aim--these are
the points to improve on in order to make
a horseshoe champ. Phyllis Dunham watches
while her partner, Carolyn Rousset, takes aim,
holding in mind the idea, "Aim before you
Displaying her athletic skill. sophomore Martha Lang
prepares to serve the shuttle-cock over the net.
Badminton is only one of the many minor sports
in which the students may participate. These sports
provide the exercise and recreation necessary to
make a healthy, well-rounded student life.
The novelty of playing a new game appeals to
sophomores Ann Schroeder, Mary Ann Nevle, Pauline
Cusimano, and Alice Gene Coig as they prepare
the equipment for croquet instructions. This
is another of the many activities included in our
HELP us TO HONOR Goo THRCUGH ouR
PRECIOUS VIRTUES, with th t f
ra erful etition, we seek your nea
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our school act1v1t1es. Your constant ass1st
is the bulwark of all our effortsg for thou art
the angels of COURAGE . . .
STUDENTS ATTE D "SIX DAYS THEY'LL EVER
Aiming to obtain a better understanding ot
the work of the Sodality as a "way of life,"
Holy Angels Sodality officers: prefect, Suellen
Tennysong treasurer, Margie Boeschg secre-
tary, Jessie Mae Bergerong vice prefect, Conola
Blazio, attend the S.S.C.A. held in New Or-
leans this year. Eager to make use of every
valuable moment, these Sodalists gather on the
Loyola campus with convention directors
Father Condon. S, J., Father Campbell. S.-T..
and Father Lever, S. j,, to review the discus-
sions which they attended.
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The Sodality XX'orl-:shop conducted by
Father Sommer was only one of the
many practical courses attended by the
students at the Summer School of Cath-
olic Action. During this particular dis-
cussion, Father listens carefully to the
exchange of ideas among the Soclalists
Accompanying the Holy Angels delega-
tion to the S.S.C.A. are moderator,
Sister M. Lua, and Sister M. Columba.
As they gather on the steps of Mar-
quette Hall of Loyola University. mem-
bers of A.H.A.'s Sodality happily ex-
press to Father Campbell, Father Bo-
land, and Father Levet appreciation for
their inspiring guidance throughout the
convention. Having grown closer to Our
Blessed Lady in her way of iife, all
felt this was a week which they will
KAY WINS AGA! - A D AGAI
Chosen over senior candidates
from the public, private, and
parochial schools of New Or-
leans by the junior Chamber of
Commerce, Kay Viellion, editor
of the '55 Mariunite, is named
"Outstanding junior Citizen of
New Orleans." For her outstand-
ing service to her family, parish,
and community, Kay received this
title. Here she proudly accepts
from Mr. William Barry, in the
name of Holy Angels, the school's
trophy and her own personal
"We believe in service for others!" These are the striking words
from the speech delivered by Kay Viellion, president, National
Advisory Council of junior Red Cross members, at the 30th
annual convention of the American National Red Cross. Kay's
interest in the organizations work was first aroused during her
attendance, as a sophomore, at the JRC Training Center in New
Orleans. This was the beginning of a growing sense of generosity
and conviction. Returning to the Academy in her junior year,
Kay was elected school president of the JRC. With an idealist
sense of leadership, she served as an incentive for many "To
work for others," and with these convictions, Kay was elected
citywide president in the beginning of her senior school year.
Sent to represent New Orleans in the regional convention of that
year, she was further elected Southeastern Regional President.
Shortly following, Kay was chosen "National Chairman" of
the Red Cross and received the privilege of being the "Jr.
Red Cross Convention Speaker," an honor rarely granted to the
Kay is a tireless worker, an inspiring leader, because she believe
in "service for others."
TLIDENTS RE DER SUMMER SERVICE
Recalling the memories of days well
spent at Caritas, the lay apostolate
teaching center, are Myrna Abadie,
Rosalie Handayan, jackie Schroeder,
, Gail Main, and Anna Englcrt. They
used this time, during their vacation
E months, to instruct children of St.
Philip's parish in catechism, by means
of music, arts, and crafts.
Among Camp Marvhill's councillors were some of the students from Holy Angels. Each had a
particular task for instructing those under her care. Their stay at Camp Maryhill afforded them
an opportunity of spreading their faith by good example as well as a chance of practicing leadership.
YOUTH SEMINAR FLIRTHERS BROTHERHOOD
The students of Holy Angels, along with
representatives of private, public, and de-
nominational schools, attended the sthool an-
nual youth seminar of the -lunior New Orleans
Chapter of the National Confraternity of
Christians and jews held on August 51. The
newly elected president of the confraternity.
Gaynell Bordes. and national director, Mr.
joseph P. Murphy, present the order of the
meeting at which it was decided that the
seminar would tontinue to he held on a
These girls and boys are typical of
those who discuss the purposes of the
organization-to promote better rela-
tionship and understanding among the
various religious denominations, to fos-
ter brotherhood. and to prepare them-
selves to be leaders in their future
President Gaynell and Mr. Murphy map out plans for
the programs to he sponsored by the National Conference
of Christians and jews and presented hy youth partitipants
on WDSU-TV and radio station WWL during the Brother-
PELICAN GIRLS STATE
ELECTS GAY GOVER CDR
In this climactic moment at Pelican Girls State, Gaynell Bordes
races up the steps of the Law Building in which she will deliver
her final campaign speech. Having been elected all the way
up to the gubernatourial nomination, Gay is ready to represent
the Federalist party in the final "Pel State" election.
The pride of A.H.A.! Representative Rosemary Rich-
ard, Governor Gaynell Bordes, and Senator Suellen
Tennyson returned home from "Pel State" with these
titles to honor themselves and their school. An addi-
tional honor bestowed on Rosemary is the "State"
loving cup, titling her "best entertainer" of the entire
The feature of Orientation Wfeek, September 5-9, was the inspiring
reception of the freshmen students by the seniors in Our Lady
of Seven Dolors Chapel during which time they were introduced
to the Heart of A.H.A,, the Source from which all help, consola-
tion, strength, and success flow, the Divine Presence of Our
Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. After uniting their prayers with
those of their senior classmen that their years at Holy Angels
will be enjoyable and fruitful, the freshies began their guided
tour of the grottos, the halls. and the campus of A.H.A.
FRESHIES A D
SENIORS U ITE I
In the course of the tour on campus, senior guide, Georgette
Viellion, acquaints these freshies with the traditional "An-
nual Room" in which The Mwirrrzile yearbook is produced.
With all the characters of the past gathered on stage
for the grand finale, the seniors return to reality
to express their sincere welcome to the freshies.
Encouraging them to join in the spirit by "doing
their best," the seniors lead the freshies in the well-
beloved "Heres to Holy Angels," to conclude orien-
tation week at A.H.A.
At the end of the week, the seniors provided the freshies
with an inside preview of high school life, through the
humorous parody of "This is Your Life." "Ralphena
Edwenaf' portrayed by Phyllis Landry, presents to subject
Georgette Viellion her senior year movie idol, Davy
Crockett, "King of the Wfild Frontier."'alias jane Burg.
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Following the reception of their class rings.
these beaming seniors. Grace Morales, Marilyn
Drouet, Jacqueline Drouet, and Aida Down-
ing, display their proud possession to Sister
M. Teresita. By their glowing expressions you
can readily see that September 23 is a never-
N ARRI ALS
Mother M. Adrian's expression shows that she is
aware of the spirit of eagerness among the seniors
as she quietly distributes their Senior class rings.
Mary Alice Collins, a typical anxious senior, gladly
accepts her long-awaited treasure.
Neither teachers nor underclass-
men are safe on ring day, for
the seniors demanded their con-
stant attention in the determina-
tion of who possesses the pret-
tiest ring. According to the sen-
iors, each ring was different and
merited personal notice.
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The most successful project undertaken by Holy Angels'
C.S.M.C. Unit this year was the "Miss Mission" contest.
Proceeds went toward the education of a native Indian boy
for the priesthood. Winner of this contest was junior julia
Mae Majeste, who won over ten other contestants.
ln observance of the Mission Sunday ceremonies, Holy Angels
provided one of the scenes for Queen of the Missions. Ana Brent,
who beautifully portrayed Our Lady of India, symbolized the
fervent love of the students for Mary and her Son. Beautiful
background for this setting was painted by our A.H.A. artists,
Marie Catalanotto and Kathleen Saba.
As Father Gregory Smith, O. Carm., points to Louisiana and gives
a few points on the mission territories, C.S.M.C. officers Conola
Blazio, and Marguerite Sofio stand by Father Romagosa and
listen attentively to every word of our Archdiocesan Convention
All freshmen of Holy Angels assembled in the auditorium
for the jubilee Ritual of Initiation into the Catholic Stu-
dents' Mission Crusade. Father Elmo Romagosa, C.S.M.C.
director, delivered an impressive talk in connection with
the pledge to be taken by the new members.
Smiling faces depict happiness of heart in the case
of the "Tiny Teens," Jeanne Craft, Pat Thompson.
and Althea Gelpi. when they receive a douhle curtain
call. They accept top honors and first place cup at
A.H.A. Talent Night.
TI Y TEENS
CLASP TALE T
St. Mary of the Angels Gym serves
as location for the annual A.H.A. Tal-
ent Night on September 28. These last
minute preparations and adjustments be-
fore the "On Stage" call are the ele-
ments which guarantee the successful
and polished entertainment typical of
every A.H.A. Talent Show.
A Broadway ballerina comes to life on A.H.A.'s
Talent show stage! Sandra Luscy gracefully dances
her way into the hearts of the audience with one
of the most striking numbers of the evening.
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NNUAL WORKERS CAMPAIG FOR
"It's new! It's big! It's better than ever!" These were the en-
thusiastic cries of the senior members of the editorial staff as
they make use of every means at hand on "Annual Sale Day" to
introduce The Mariarzite to the underclassmen. Speeches, songs.
and dances were the contents of the rally which, by its results,
proved to have had a successful effect.
When pioneer editor Liesel Reuther '53 and '56
Murifnzize editor, Roselyn Boneno, meet in the Annual
room, "work can be fun" is a fact easily proven. As
Liesel jests her consoling remarks to Roselyn, the
staff and workers take time out from preparations
for Annual Sale Day to enjoy the humor of the
"Hook a look! Get a book! Get on the
ball, you all!" These were the humorous
slogans responsible for such amused but
interested faces. Gathered beneath the
Auditorium balcony, these students, after
being introduced to the Annual, acclaim
in loud cheers that they are convinced. The
Mnrimzize will be their proud possession
at the end of the year.
I " .l
BY SHGWER PROVIDES GIFT
FDR EEDY MOTHERS
Prefect Suellea Tennyson seems pleased with the decision of the officers.
as she presents to senior Lynn Bianthini the prize for the "best wrapped"
gift. Lynn's was one of the many beautifully wrapped gifts brought to the
Baby Show for Our Lady given on November 17.
On the basis of originality and attractive-
ness. these gifts were chosen "best
wrapped." Holding their prize-winning
packages are Mary Handayan, Lynn Bian-
chini, Beverly Frisard, and Judy Gomila,
who smile happily in the knowledge that
their time and effort will be appreciated
by some little child. '49
Music provided by the "Collegians" brought
out the merriment at Our Lady's party,
while Sodality officers and councilors
judged the best wrapped gifts. There were
many packages laid before the statue of
Our Lady, each being a special gift to
Mary from her Sodalists.
Providing entertainment at the shower party are the Handayan Sisters, C0111-
d A 't . Witli their vocal renditions, these girls
posed of Rosalie, Mary, an ma
lent an added attraction to the occasion.
THRILLER A D KILLERS BATTLE FOR TITLES
November, long the traditional month of elections, finds
the students of Holy Angels busily engaged in their vigorous
campaigns for titles in the annual popularity contest to
select "Wlio's VUho Among Our Seniors." Displaying the
various signs, which dotted the campus for days preceding
the actual voting, are these enthusiastic members of the
"Thriller" and "Killer" tickets. The posters and slogans
not only introduced the candidates to the student body,
but also urged them to vote for their running mates.
Trying to convince everyone of her fellow canclidate's tal-
ents and achievements doesn't seem too hard for "Thriller"
Helen Ruth Keppler. Fascinating the audience by her comi-
cal gestures helped Helen Ruth to present her arguments
to the student body and at the same time prove her right
to the title of "Wittiest" senior.
Gaynell Bordes, captain of the "Killer"
ship, the "Black Falcon," led her jolly
pirates throughout the campaign. Their
fighting spirit enthralled the students and
helped to capture votes for their "Killer"
ticket, so much so that the "Killers" won
nine of the twelve titles available.
"Touche!" cries Gaynell Bordes, winner of the
Best All Around title of the i956 popularity con-
test. as she playfully stahs her opponent. Sue
Tennyson. Throughout the campaign the candi-
dates displayed the true spirit of sportsmanship
that symbolizes A.H,A.
Side by side, the "Thrillers" and "Killers" ended
the week's campaigning at the rally in thc school
yard. At this time the girls sang. gave speeches,
and introduced one another to the student body.
Efforts put forth by both parties contributed to
the success of the contest. Proceeds from the ten
cents "poll tax" required of each student who
cast a hallot went into The Nlrzrimzife Camera
tc 1 c nm stni, ic
111 lcrs It thc popultrity contest ll
ntxint, thc wcck s ic ixi lhc u
dcnts secmcd to cnioy thc intics pciformed
V thcsc colorful cloxxns xxho spiced ic
rrocrlm x th their chcciful liughtct md
iglccful mctry mtlcing.
Roberf B1'0Zl'Ilf!I,2 ..,.,...,.,, ,...... V IACK CUNNINGI-IAM
Mr. Eduwrd Burrell ....,,, ,.....,...,.....,.. P AUL LEMKE
Elizalnefla Btzrrell A...,,,,.. .,.,..., G AYNELI, BCRDES
Hezzfiefm Brute!! ..,,,. ..,....,,... B EVERLY CROWLEY
Ambelltz Btn-ref! ..., ,,,... G EORGETTE VIELLION
Orluriur Btzrrell .,.. ,...,,w..,...,. E RWIN ENGERT
Slepfmfzie B.n're11 ...A,,. ...,,. M ARY AGNES FIELDS
Bella Hedley .,........ ..,......... M ARYLEA BILLA
115711011 ,,,..A.A,.,........,,,. ...,. M ARY JOAN HAGEN
Capt. Sllrfeer Came ....., ,....,...,.. R OBERT DENNY
Henry Bfftlll .,..,...,,.. ,..., R OBERT GONZALES
Dotfor Clmmbeu' ..,,...,,.. .,,,............... W ILLIAM BOGART
Upon the discovery of his "deceptive" household. Papa Barrett
forbids his daughter Henrietta to communicate in any way
with Captain Surtees Cook. In blind rage he forces Henrietta
to take an oath on the Bible to assure him that she will keep
her word. Vain are Elizabetlrs efforts to stop him
Under the direction of Mrs. Lucille Burrows,
senior members of the speech class with the
assistance of students from Holy Cross, Cor
Jesu, and St. Aloysius High Schools, presented
The Bnrreltr of Wimpole Slreef to packed
audiences on December 3 and 4.
Elizabeth listens with loving affection and sympathy
as her sister Henrietta pours out her grief and
anxiety over what seems to her to be a hopeless
Goaded by the fear that he is losing his place
of favor in Elizabeth's affections, Papa Barrett
attempts, through his bitter remonstrations, to
have Elizabeth prove her love for him by
forcing her to remain at home rather than
go abroad to Italy.
"THE B RRETTS
OE WIMPCLE STREET"
Realizing that her father would never consent to her marriage, Elizabeth
Barrett agrees to elope with Robert Browning. Though at first the thought
of such il thing was impossible, it soon beuune evident that no other course
would unite them.
Papa Barrett, supported by his thilrlren, reads
Eliztibetlis note telling of hcr elopement with
Robert Browning. Although shaken by the
blow, he quickly recovers and resolves to cast
Elizabeth from his heart and mind forever.
A triple curtain call was demanded of the cast members of The Burreffi of llpzmjwlt Smfcl
by their responsive audience, who showed with their applause that every hour of prautire was
FATHER CONNOLY CO DUCTS ANNUAL
Senior Margaret Remson, realizing the value of the
sacrament of Penance, prepares to begin her annual
retreat correctly, as many others, by going to con-
fession. With patience and understanding, Father
Connoly, O. P., made himself readily available during
the three days retreat for the convenience of the
Following the evening conference. the retreatmaster makes
himself available in the parlor for retreatants seeking advice
on personal problems. It appears that Fathers counsel
and wisdom have met a solution for senior Marilyn Mc-
Ville's difficulties. Under the guidance of Father Connoly,
the students made a successful and fruitful retreat during
the first week of December.
Father Connoly laughs at his own humorous version of
an important lesson given during one of his conferences,
The jovial manner in which Father presented his instruc-
tions created a friendly yet inspiring atmosphere throughout
.L.I. TRIP R TES STATE TOUR EY INVITE
Upon returning from the S.I..I. tournament. these senior
elehaters, Patsy Baumann, Pat Daniel, Sandra Lusey. anel
Marilyn MeVille, display the certificates which they were
awartletl for achieving a superior rating in elehate. This
"Superior" rating won for Holy Angels an invitation to
the State Championship tournament heltl in the spring.
The memhers of the varsity tlehate team are pieturetl with
Air coach. Sister M. Catherine of Siena, as they prepare
to emhark on a journey to Southwestern Louisiana Institute
in Lafayette to attend the Louisiana Speeth Assotiation
Annual festival. The girls are Marilyn MtVille, Santlra
Lusey, Patsy Baumann. Pat I,at'erva, Pat Daniel, .lessie
Mae Bergeron. Margie lioeseh. antl Gaynell lioreles.
g rw s, 5 N
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An extellent rating was meriteel by these memhers of the
senior tlehate team in the speech tournament helel at S.L.I.
The izirls, who have partieipatetl anel he-en victorious in
many tournaments. are Pat Laeerva, Gaynell Iiortles. Margie
Boeseh. antl -lessie Mae Bergeron,
Comparing the eertifieates whith they were awareleel for
outstamling speech aehievements at the S.l,.I. tournament,
these students reflect their satisfaction. They are Gaynell
Bortles, who teeeivetl a superior rating in the poetry elivi-
sion of literary interpretation. antl ,lessie Mae Bergeron
antl Marilyn MeVille who aehiexetl excellent ratings in
V .., ,,
Beauty Queen, Patty Larhin. graciously
afcepts a bouquet of red roses from
Student Counril president, Gaynell
Bordes. during the climax of the "Sil-
ver Holiday." The presentation of roses
to them symbolized "heauty" among
the Queen and the members of her
The beautiful decorations and the entertaining band of johnny Repark added to the spirit of
enjoyment that prevailed at the annual winter formal sponsored by the A.H.A. Student Council
on December 30. The "Silver Holiday" proved to he a success both socially and financially. as
the crowded St. Mary of the Angels gym clearly indicates.
L f 5
AT "SILVER HCLIDAYH
Officially bestowing upon her majesty, Patty Lachin, the
title, Queen of the "Silver Holidayng Roselyn Boneno,
editor-in-chief of the 1956 edition of The Mnriafzife,
presents the beauty court in all its splendor to preside
throughout the evening.
Reigning over the "Silver Holiday" Queen, Patty Lachin
and her beauty courtg Myra Vollenweider, Brendan Brown,
jackie Huerstel, Marilyn Lamarque, Juanita Matherne, Judy
Koop, Helen Levata, and Sylvia Reuther, salute their sub-
jects. The gathering together of such chosen beauties com-
pletes the elegance of the attractively decorated stage.
MARDI GRAS COMES TO A.H.A.
The fine accordian keyboard interpretation by Francesca
Burmaster added to the gay festivities as did the comical
antics of Marie Catalanotto, our star comedian of the
evening, who at the present seems to he fascinated by the
movement of agile fingers along the keyboard,
joining in the atmosphere which pervades the city of New
Orleans around February 12, the Lumen Chapter of the National
Honor Society goes into the fun-filled streets to set the scene
for their variety show entitled "Carnival Capers."
After accepting her headdress from the Indian chieftain. as his
chosen bride, Martha Lang gracefully steps into the spotlight
to portray an Indian princess in her intriguing interpretation of
the bridal dance.
No carnival show would be complete
without a group of clowns, so Pat
Daniel, Sandra Luscy, Gayncll Bordes,
and Patsy jane White jestingly attempt
to interpret the song "Purple Cow" as
sung by solo vocalist, Phyllis Landry.
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DISTINGUISHED GUESTS ADDRESS STLIDE T
Sister M. Leo dresses sophomore Pauline Cusimano in a
"Sari," one of many articles which she hrought with her
from Pakistan. Sister Leo, a former student and teacher
at Holy Angels, returned to New Orleans after spending
ten years in the mission fields of Bengal, East Pakistan.
to seek support for the' Bengali missions.
Witli a wide "Irish smile." Father .Iohn A. O'Brien.
well-I-:nown author of Hun' fn IIHU1 CU1lI'F7'f,I', accepts
Holy Angels' appreciation of his visit from Gaynell
Borcles, president of the student body. Father, in his
affahle Irish manner. gave an inspiring talk on winning
converts and ended his speech with a rousing Notre
Dame cheer for Gay.
Reverend Maurice Meyers. S. -I., a memher of the Eastern Rite
Jesuits, after addressing the student hody, relates to seniors Gaynell
Bordes, Mary jane Kilday, and ,Iessie Mae Bergeron some tales of
his intriguing experiences in Shanghai, China. as chaplain of a
Russian Catholic Church.
Sister Mary Grace, former teacher at A.H.A., and Sister
M. Clothilcle. accompanied hy Bohhie Comeaux '55.
returned to Holy Angels as student nurses to inform
members of the senior class contemplating a nursing
career, of their gratifying life and work at Hotel Dieu.
This visit, without a doubt, was instrumental in foster-
ing many canelidates to the nursing profession.
OBTAIN GOD'S BLESSINGS FOR OUR
MOST HOLY GUARDIAN ANGELS, we hum-
bly ask thy tender care for those who have helped
to finance our yearbook. Your assistance will be
our ideal way of saying "thanks," for thou art
the angels of PROTECTION . . .
ttll attel l lyyyt he A 3
Yl'Rll: fl I 't,.5lRL Vllz , A
L,EL ,A VLI:
OR l A ' y R A
THE MARIAN ITE PATRONS
Mrs. A. Adams
American Awning Co.
Mrs. B. A. Arabie
Arabi Park Food Sfore
Miss Beverly Aucoin
Mrs. Ivy Aucoin
Mr. and Mrs. John Bachemin
Mrs. J. Bardin
Mr. and Mrs. G. Barnes
K. Barrilleaux Family
Mr. William Ba'Ies
Mr. and Mrs. E. Beclcmeyer
John J. Di BenedeHo
J. J. Benson
Mr. C. A. BeH'encourH
Mrs. C. A. BeH'encourH
Mr. Maurice BeI'+encourH'
Beverly Food S+ore
Bevy and WaI+
Mrs. Elenora Biclcman
Harrief C. Bilheusf
Mr. and Mrs. C. Casbon
Mrs. A. H. Casfilloon
Gilberl J. Chafagnier, Jr.
Mrs. Elizabefh Cohill
Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' W. Cool:
Mrs. Angel Culolla
Mrs. John Danos
David and Johnny
De Blanc's Grocery
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W. Degan
Mrs. Y. B. Delorl
Mary Fai'I'h DeneI"I
Waller Dennis, Jr.
Mrs. Waller Dennis, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Deulschmann
Mrs. John Di BeI'l'a
Mr. C. Dillon
Disfinguished Lea+her Producls
Mrs. J. Dominic
Belly Jane Dowd
Mr. L. Drouanl'
AKAEDIPAKI hbllf' r1'Anl- Al Isl-
Sandra Schwary's Godmofher
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Glynn
Mrs. T. V. Gomila
Mrs. Sue Grady
Mrs. H. B. Gravois
Mr. and Mrs. E. Grimes
Mr. A. Grimillion
Miss Chrisline Grimillion
Mr. and Mrs. Guerra
Mrs. R. Guierneau
Miss Janice Marie Guillory
Gulf Furnilure Co.
Miss Mary Harrigan
Mrs. Wm. P. Harrigan, Sr.
Mrs. J. S. Harris
Mr. and Mrs. V. HaH'ier
Mrs. E. Heausler
Mrs. L. Held
Mr. Irl Hendriclc
Mrs. Irl Hendriclc
Mrs. O. Hendrick
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heyden
.Mrs.LH9I+I1-SUS- - N E
7Ol Mazanl' S+. Fr. 9363
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
A F R I E N D
Mllill Ll- 1 I A --,
OBTAIN C-iOD'S BLESSINGS FOR OUR
MOST HOLY GUARDIAN ANGELS, we hum-
bly ask thy tender care for those who have helped
to finance our yearbook. Your assistance will be
our ideal way of saying "thanks," for thou art
the angels of PROTECTION . . .
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THE MARIAN ITE PATRONS
Mrs. A. Adams
American Awning Co.
Mrs. B. A. Arabie
Arabi Park Food Slore
Miss Beverly Aucoin
Mrs. Ivy Aucoin
Mr. and Mrs. John Bachemin
Mrs. J. Bardin
Mr. and Mrs. G. Barnes
K. Barrilleaux Family
Mr. William Bales
Mr. and Mrs. E. Beclcmeyer
John J. Di Benedello
J. J. Benson
Mr. C. A. Bellencourll
Mrs. C. A. Bellencourll
Mr. Maurice Bellencourll
Beverly Food Slore
Bevy and Wall
Mrs. Elenora Biclzman
Harriel C. Bilheusl
Mrs. H. Bilheusl
Mr. and Mrs. W. Blades
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bollinger
Mrs. Irma Boscherl
Miss Selma M. Boudreaux
John A. Broggi
Jo Ann Brousse
Mr. S. C. Brown
Mrs. V. Bulla
Mrs. J. J. Bulver
Mr. Charles Buras
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Burmasler
Mr. E. R. Buller
Mrs. E. R. Buller
Mr. and Mrs. G. Canlrell
Capl. Bull's Bar
Mrs. A. Carriles
Mr. and Mrs. C. Casbon
Mrs. A. H. Caslilbon
Gilberl J. Chalagnier, Jr.
Mrs. Elizabelh Cohill
Mr. and Mrs. Roberl W. Cool:
Mrs. Angel Culolla
Mrs. John Danos
David and Johnny
De Blanc's Grocery
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W. Degan
Mrs. Y. B. Delorl
Mary Failh Denell
Waller Dennis, Jr.
Mrs. Waller Dennis, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Deulschmann
Mrs. John Di Bella
Mr. C. Dillon
Dislinguished Lealher Producls
Mrs. J. Dominic
Belly Jane Dowd
Mr. L. Drouanl
Mr. L. Drouanl and Sons
Mrs. V. Elslroll
Emilie's Barber Shop
Mr. L. A. Fausl
Mrs. L. A. Fausl
Mr. and Mrs. Henery Fleelwood
French Marlcel Service Slalion
Sandra Schwary's Godmolher
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Glynn
Mrs. T. V. Gomila
Mrs. Sue Grady
Mrs. H. B. Gravois
Mr. and Mrs. E. Grimes
Mr. A. Grimillion
Miss Chrisline Grimillion
Mr. and Mrs. Guerra
Mrs. R. Guierneau
Miss Janice Marie Guillory
Gull Furnilure Co.
Miss Mary Harrigan
Mrs. Wm. P. Harrigan, Sr.
Mrs. J. S. Harris
Mr. and Mrs. V. Hallier
Mrs. E. Heausler
Mrs. L. Held
Mrs. Irl Hendrick
Mrs. O. Hendriclc
and Mrs. Joseph Heyden
Mrs. C. Hollhaus
House ol Gems
and Mrs. C. Huerslel
Mrs. F. Huerslel
and Mrs. G. Huerslel
Hurwilz 8: Minlz Furnilure Co.
and Mrs. H. Jallans
and Mrs. J. Jeanlreau
Mr. Bill Karban, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Keppier
Mary Jane Kilday
Mrs. H. P. Kilday
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lala
Mrs. Jos. F. Landry
Miss Marie Larausse
Alvin Beanie Lavafisl
Mr. and Mrs. T. LeBlanc
John Bernard Liberlo
Mary Anna Liberlo
Linda and Michel
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lobrano
Mrs. Vera Lombardo
Mil+on D. Mancuso
Mrs Millon D. Mancuso
Mrs. Bill Marsh
Mrs L. Marlin
Mrs Lelia Marlin
Mr. and Mrs. J. McCarlhy
Mr. and Mrs. James McGough
Mrs. LoreHa A. Medlin
Edgar C. Medlin
Mr. and Mrs. C. Medlin
Mr. George W. Medlin
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melerine
Mem and Pop
Mrs. E. Merse
Melairie Courl Service Sl'al'ion
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Misuraca
Mrs. Frank Misuraca
Mrs. L. G. Monleverdo
Mrs. L. Monleverde
Faye R. Morlon
Ida Marie Mor'l'on
Mrs. H. L. Muller
Alvin J. Muller
Mrs. Grace McNamara
Mrs. N. Nevle
Mrs. H. Nicolle
Mrs. E. Olson
Olympia Good S+ore
Mr. and Mrs. A. Os+arly
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Os'l'arly
Capt and Mrs. E. Oxhalm
Palmyra Gulf Sl'al'ion
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Papa
Mr. and Mrs. P., H. Pallerson
Mr. and Mrs. Numa Pelas
Mrs. D. Perez
Mrs. Joseph Polilo
Mr. and Mrs. Emme'H' Ponder
Mr. Marcel Poursine
Mrs. F. Puccio
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ouinn
Mrs. Slella Radosla
Mrs. L. O. Regan
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Riviere
Mr. Conrad Robichaux
Mr. J. V. Rock
Peler Jules Rodi
Mrs. Pe'l'er Rodi
Mr. E. Rogers
Mrs. E. Rogers
Mary Lou Rose
J. V. Rosenrhal
Mr. and Mrs. E. Rougelonl'
Russell's Super Markei'
Russ Papalia's Band
Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Sala'l'he
Mrs. W. P. Salalhe
Mr. Edwood Salabador
Mrs. Elwood Salabador
Sacks Deparlmen-l Slore
Mr. L. Schernecker
Mrs. R. F. Schmill'
Mr. and Mrs. D. Schwary
lrvin Schwary, Jr.
Mrs. E. Schwegmann
Mrs. Frank Sckiemge
Mr. and Mrs. V. Scuiria
Miss Carmela Sofio
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sofio
Mr. and Mrs. S. Sofio
Mr. A. J. Songy
Mrs. Al J. Songy
Mr. P. J. Songy
Mrs. P. J. Songy
Richard J. Songy
Mrs. Bernice Slaple
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sleinwincler
Slenie and Carol
Mrs. A. S+. Germaine
S+. Vincenl' De Paul
Suburban Shoe S+ore
Mr. Horace Terry
Joycelyn La Tour
Mr. and Mrs. C. Duvalle
Mrs. A. Vargas
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vichnair
Miss Kay Veillion, Ed. '55
Vin+rella's Food Slore
Mr. and Mrs. John F.
Mrs. Wm. G. Vor'l'isch
Laura M. Wallace
Mary Be'l'h Webre
Mr. and Mrs. Lu Wesl'
Mrs. J. Wichlerich
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wise
Mrs. E. Wulsl
Mr. and Mrs. J. BeHencour'H
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AVENUE LIQUOR STORE
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4200 S+. Claude Avenue
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2538 Leonidas SI. Wa. 7I03
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ANNA MAE BROGGI
From a Friend
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82I Poydras Ra. 7267
fo ihe SENIORS
FROM UTLEY PAINT COMPANY
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We, Ihe Alumnae of
Holy Angels Now al'
Send Our Hearfy
'Ihe Senior Class of
I956. HOPE YOU WILL
SOON BE WITH US AT
New Orleans, La.
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m Mr. Mas and Mr. Mayeaux
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BOBBIE BROOKS TEENA PAIGE
Good Luck, BEV
From Mom and Dad
MR. PETE PALLAID
520 Dumaine S'I'ree+
MARY JOAN HAGEN
From Mo+her and Dad
3400 Dauphine cr. 9I I7
Equipmenl' Ren+al Phone 2l-4-5273
NOVELTY SHIRT SHOP
FURNITURE 81 APPLIANCES
3336 S+. Claude Avenue
HENRI PETETIN, INC.
Engraving, GreeI'ing Cards
I 23 CaroncIeIe+ S+ree+
AMERICAN THRIFT 81 FINANCE PLAN, INC.
II6 Carondelei' S+. 780I Airline Highway
I:ERRARA'S GRAND SUPER MARKET
No. 2 6I66 Elysian Fields Ave.
L. A. FREY 81 SONS, INC
3925 Burgundy S+.
ST. PATRICK CHURCH
From Kirfa and Bobby
GALLO PLUMBING COMPANY
2I II Amelia S+. Tw. I-4796
FAZZIO'S BOWLING LANE
I30I N. Rampari' SI'reeI'
The paren+s and 'reachers of A. H. A.
Help our school in every way:
Oul' of inferesls and fhrough lheir love
They work wi1'h l'he SCHOOL COOPERATIVE CLUB
IDA'S LU NCHEON ETTE
30I Camp Sfreei'
2l23 Magazine S+ree+ Ra. 9879
MARY LEA BILLA
Mofher and Dad
Oysier Bar and Res+au +
II9 S+. Charles
NEW ORLEANS MOTOR CO.. INC.
I80I Canal S+. Tu. 8I8I
New,ForcI Cars and Trucks
SAM GOWLAND, Sales Represenfaiive '
JACK'S ESSO STATION
340I N. Clairborne Ave.
ST. CECILIA SCHOOL
CLEANERS 8. LAUNDRY
H32 Royal SI.
INSTITUTIONAL SUPPLY CO.
I545 Julia S+. Tu. 8I96
G. W. PHARMACY
3209 Franklin Avenue Vi. I50I
SCHOTT 8: COMPANY, INC
I' "Bes+ SI1oI' Brand"
Serving 'rhe People
of New Orleans
ACME SHEET METAL WORKS
600 S+. Roch Avenue
MARY CLARE HOGAN
BeHy Jane and James E. Smiih
SANDRA LUSCY .
From ROSA SPILKA
SCHOOL OF DANCING
4025 S+. Claude Avenue Cr. I6l0
CHINESE AMERICAN CO.
7I9 Royal S+. Ma. 2569,
BELL SERVICE SHOP
3900 Dauphine S+. Cr. 4733
AUTH EMENT'S FOOD STORE
60I Wes? S+. Bernard Highway
F. A. DESLATTE REFRIGERATION
8: AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
2732 Baudin S+.
I050 So. Jefferson Davis Pkwy.
IF IT'S SERVICE YOU LACK
NOTRE DAME SEMINARY
290I Soufh Carrollfon Ave.
ALLEMOND GENERAL MOTOR SERVICE
340I Baronne S+ree+ Tw. I-2582
You can"I' have a breakfasl' wi+hou+ milk, nor a parly
wifhouf ice cream. So pick up your phone and call
Will Make You Beam
JANSSEN'S SERVICE STATION
33l9 S+. Claude Ave.
MR. E. M. HELMIGER, General Conlracfor
Congraiulaiions +o +he
Tl N Y TE E NS
SCHOOL OF CHAMPIONS
4950 Dauphine S+.
MUMME'S DEPT. STORE
4I38 S+. Claude Avenue Fr. 40lI
Mofher and Dad
MESSINA'S FOOD MART
9l5 Decafur SI'ree+
SAID'S FOOD STORE
I000 CIoueI' S+. Cr. 45I0
ST. MARY'S ITALIAN C.Y.O
Corner Gov. Nicholls and Clmrfres
Dances Every Friday Nighf
SPORL SHOE STORE
2524 D.-.uphine s+. sy. ezao
2802 Bruxelles S+.
Sisfer CarmeI's Juniors
MIRAMON CONSTRUCTION CO.
ST. CLAUDE CLEANERS
I 607 Desire S+.
PAN-GUL DISTRIBUTORS, INC. ICOFFEEI
I636 Sf. Roch Avenue
P. 81 M. TEXACO SERVICE CENTER ORIGINAL REMNANT SHOP, INC
II39 N. Ramparf SI. 625 Canal Sf,
ORLEANS BROOM 8: MOP MFG. CO.
3400 Burgundy S+. Fr. 603I
NU-PELICAN FOOD STORE
I 023 IbervIIIe S+.
JURISICH 8: LARSEN
MOTOR FREIGHT LINE
II55 Cons+ance S+. Ca. 4263
26I5 Dreux Ave.
6930 S+. Claude Ave. Cr. 5556
Alvar a+ N. Clairborne Fr. OI97
RESTAURANT 81 BAR
840 Independence S+. Cr. 955l
JOS. BINDER BAKERY
2609 S+. Claude Ave.
JOHN P. BAVIDO, REALTOR
347 CarondeIe+ Ra. 32I2
ReIa+ives and Friends
250l Bayou Road N. O., La.
GEORGE W. GROETSCH
II36 Magazine S+. Ra. I386
Good Luck and Fu+ure Happiness
From Auni' Rose, Uncle Emile, Aunl' Mary,
Uncle Eddie and George
EARNEST CLEANERS 8: DYERS
3423 N. Roclweblave Cr. 3l82
For Fun Affer Class, Join fhe
M. B. YOUNG SET CLUB
Fifrh Floor Maison Blanche
GARDENERS 8: SHIPPERS ICE MFG. CO.
I20I Mazanl' S+. and Forsrall and Dauphine Sis.
S+. Charles Ho'I'el Ma. 5539
300 Norfh Rampari' Sfreei'
Always Open +o Serve You 24 Hours
Paris and Service
PAP'S FOOD STORE
3l42 S+. Claude Avenue
Congra+ula+ions Io Ihe
OF SIENA'S SOPHS
FROM A FRIEND
ALLEN B. CAMBRE
LUMBER 81 SUPPLY CO.
3325 Orleans Avenue
ARTHUR J. GUILLOT, INC.
DRESSED MEATS 81 PACKING HOUSE
339 Charbonnei' S+reeI' Fr. 3I29
From Mr. and Mrs. William Karbon
SCHOOL OF NURSING
30I N. Jefferson Pkwy.
HAYDEL-LASSEINGER GULF STATION
3 I 36 GenI'iIIy Boulevard
30I Baronne S'IreeI'
ROOFING 81 SHEET METAL WORKS
LOUISIANA FOOD STORE ZQQO Me+ai'-ie Road
II29 Elysian Fields
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
. A. FARLEY FLORIST
Gen+iIIy Terrace Nursery
3333 Gen+iIIy Boulevard
SCHOOL PICTURES, INC
The Complefe PI1o+ograpl1ic Service
700 Clairborne Avenue
YOUR UPTOWN GIFT SHOP
3240 So. Carrolllon Avenue Au. 7466
3l00 S+. Claude By. 3385
RADIOEAR HEARING AIDS
Maison Blanche Bldg. Ra. 69II
8: AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
ye. 3,1361 Congra+uIa+ions +o Our GrandcIaugI1'I'er
From Papa and Aunl' Marie
B. 8: C. LINOLEUM 8: TILE MART
3004 Tulane Avenue Au. 3809
From Uncle Dominic
MINTZ 8: MINTZ QUALITY FURNITURE
547 Baronne Cr. 5724
2733 Dauphine Cr. I6I6
From Margaref and Jim
Love and Bes'I' Wishes
From Mo+her, Dad, Nannie, and Uncle Louis
37II S+. Claude Avenue
ROUSHAR REXALL DRUGS
240I Preniiss Avenue
MARY LOUISE PALAZZO
NAMI'S JEWELRY STORE
From Mo+I1er, Daddy, SisI'er, Grandmofher
Grandfafher, and An+I1ony Monfalbano
HARDWARE 81 PAINT STORE
2025 Meiairie Road
PHYLLIS RAGUSA I400 Congress S+reeI'
From a Friend
JOS. MIRAMON PLUMBING 8: HEATING
MAGNOLIA ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION RADIO AND TV REPAIR MAN
237 Basin S+ree+ Cr. 9820
Congra+uIa+ions +o +he
MEYDRICH'S VENICE GARDEN
SUPER FOOD MARKET
2727 so. CLAIBORNE AVE.
BRITE WAY CLEANERS
3303 Gen. Meyer Fo. I-5I II
MARY ALICE COLLINS
PUBLIC SERVICE CORP.
NEW YORK STATE WINES
APPLIANCE 8: FURNITURE
2047 Me+airie Road
CongraI'uIa'Iions Io JOY ANN CANTELLI
From Mo+I1er, Faiher, and Broiher
. , ,L
Af Mm, mf- ,
Iv1o+I1er, Dad, and Sis+ers
KEYTHOL OF LA., INC.
JACK SEITHER, Presiden+
504 S+. Charles Avenue
LEHON'S PROTECTION POLICE SERVICE. INC.
Ma. I765 Open 24 Hours
VALLEY SUPER MARKET
I526 Alvar S+.
BUD'S FLOWER SHOP
ST. MARY,S ITALIAN CHURCH 5707 S+. Claude Ave. Fr. I342
SCHOOL OF NURSING
420 S. Prieur S+.
SISTER CARLOS, Adminis+ra+or
A. BOLOGNA AND COMPANY
5I4 Nor+h Claiborne Avenue
clEuEf,3EsS+H3R2wARE ANTOINETTE MAMERTO
va. .I553?u e From
I MoI'I1er, Dad, and Family
I RANSON INDUSTRIAL LIFE INS. CO., INC.
I024 Elysian Fields Ave. Fr. 3l I7
From Mom and Dad
LA ROSE SUPER STATION
3200 S. CarroII+on Ave.
I25 Camp S+.
PORTRAITS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Mrs. M. Zimmerman
BORN IO'S PHARMACY
4227 S+. Claude Avenue
MARY ELLEN D'ANGELO
WILLIAM JOHNSON 81 SONS
83 I Mon+egu1'
ST. CLAUDE VARIETY COMPANY
42I0 S+. Claude Ave.
SERVING THIS COMMUNITY FOR 35 YEARS
GOLD SEAL CREAMERY
520 S+. Alexander
Au. 44-3I II
I I 191
-..A 1Lu-,a. 1 ,
Mom and Dad
MARY CLARE HOGAN
From Mofher, Dad, and Jimmie
LEE FURNITURE CO.
GENERAL LINE OF FURNITURE
I507 S+. Bernard Ave.
REMBRAN DT STU DIOS
924 Canal S+. Ra. 8928
From Mo+her and Dad
ROYAL BROOM AND MOP CO
HI -LI ESSO SERVICE
I050 Friscoville Ave.
l. A. KRAMER SERVICE, INC.
Heafing, Plumbing, Welding, Air-Condi+ioning
i525 PAULINE ST., CORNER N. CLAIBORNE
BEL - VUE DRUGS
740 N. Rampari Sireel'
From Philip and Clare
MARY ELLEN D'ANGELO
From Mr. and Mrs. Ma++l1ew Greco and Family
Tl1ere's No Place Like Holmes
N. O. Qualify Dept Slore
D. H. HOLMES
81 C.O, LTD.
8I9 Canal S+.
Tu. 66l l
2 I 2 BOURBON ST.
TEE - KAY DISTRIBUTING CO.
KRAMER TRANSFER 8: STORAGE, INC.
534 - 536 Tchoupi+oulas S+.
From Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Dugas
HOLY CROSS FATHERS
SACRED HEART CHURCH
I39 S. Lopez S+.
"Pray for Our Missions
LIONEL'S BARBER SHOP
Three Barbers +o Serve You
2726 Canal Au. 804I
ROBERTS SERVICE STATION
4305 S+. Claude Ave. Fr. 9395
CHECKER CAB CO.
New Orleans, lnc.
Congralulalions lo MARTHA GRAF-
FIA from Grandmofher Graffia, Aun'r
Mary, Aunl' Anna, Auni' Ka+ie, Fafher,
Auni' Mary, Uncle Ray, Mo+l1er, Dad,
CATH ERI N E NACARIO
Congralulalions fo MARY ELLEN D'ANGELO
From Mr. ancl Mrs. Vincenl' Morales and Family
Congraiulafions +o CAROL CLARK
From Mofher and Dad
From Kirby Guillory, General Con+rac+or
4826 CON DOR ST. Ve.3-5604
ROlG'S PAINTS 81 SUPPLY
240I S+. Claude Va. 2995
For Your Insurance Needs
CaII Ma. 5I54
736 UNION STREET
THE MARIANITE STAFF OF I956
PETE MILANO'S ICE
LORENZ 81 SABRIER JEWELERS
CLAIRE ANN BOLLINGER
From Mo+I1er and Daddy
JR. SODALITY OF
STS. PETER 81 PAUL
"To Jesus Through Mary"
STAFF OF '56 EXPRESSES GRATITUDE
In appreciation of all those who have given generously of their time and talent, or
who have-in any way contributed toward the production of this book, we, THE
MARIANITE Staff of 1956 wish to express our thanks, and especially to:
. . . THE HOLY GHOST, for His constant inspiration,
. . OUR GUARDIAN ANGELS, who aided us by their protection and guidance,
. . . SISTER M. CATHERINE OF SIENA, for her time, patience, and enthusiastic
. . . MOTHER M. ADRIAN, whose kindness and cooperation made this book
. . . SISTER M. MARTINA and the FACULTY, for their ever-ready help,
. . MISTER BOB AGUILERA, for his assistance in photography,
. . . SENIORS OF GILMOUR ACADEMY, for their aid in selecting our 1956
. . . TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY, for their fine work in this publication,
. . . OUR ADVERTISERS, whose generosity toward THE MARIANITE contributed
much to its successg
. . . OUR FELLOW A.H.A. STUDENTS, for their constant support in helping to
make our book a reality.
May we once again extend our thanks to everyone, and may God love you always.
THE MARIANITE STAFF OF '56
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