Academy of the Holy Child - Res Anni Yearbook (Portland, OR)

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I . . . ,, ' , S - ' , ac - - ' ay U 77 , . . 0 . 1 -ae 0 F ..,, , ,4 MARILYN AINDERSON E de M btudnnt at heart artlst at w11l phllosophcr on the s1de JLDI CL-XRE BOUTIN Scmor thf.sp1 m Queen of the March Gras bubblmg utahty welcome addltlon to 55 asf 'Q 1 IQ BEATRICE AMN ARTHURS E de M rtlstlc ab1l1ty soft spoken pensne Bea of good cheer DOLORES BROPHY Projects my spec1alty aura of mag1c follows her 7 11 BARBARA. BOCARDE E de M Xvlth Chiu 1ty to fxll helpful ness persomfled skx bound Barb PATRICIA BROWN I-I de M bunshme and shadows scxen l1flC mmd systemauc worker 16 I A 5 , Y ,I ' 9 A . . . . L - L 7 N, ' , 3 44 H ' A A , I' ' ' sm ' w' 7'. - 1 1 " ' hh 77 Y . xv 571 ' ' 'I ' I '2 Q my 4- ' ' avg an ' ' L ' - ' ' ' . stepsgabitofBlarney,"Dede." QUGGHIY dignity? "Patty-U I Q - wtf- . , f 1 ' 'Q ' 1 Z' J l CATHERINE AINN BRUINKOVS E de M A gentle and a w1se sp1r1t L1tt1e fr1ends prove great frxends K K Ka MARIA DAUS! E de M Dresden charm A thlng of beauty glves herjoy forever a gentle and a pleasxng way SHIRLEY AINNJ CHASE E de M Pretty as a plcture w1ll1ng part1e1pant appreclauve w1n ter sports booster LaDONlN X DePAEPE E deM Tranqull sp1r1t Lovely to look 'it del1ghtful to know three Cheers from the Whxte Team 'V- MYRNA MARIE COUSIN E de M Adept chemlst loquaclous hmxted xnterests Home t1es are strong t1es SUSAINNE DWYER E de M Heart of gold countless tal ents l1fe of the party SUS19' G 'DX 14-' W-1'-IP S JUDITH EILERS E deM Excels 1n facts and fxgures tantles PIXIC hke appeal GAYLE IVA HINSOIN E de M Treasure House of potent1al 1t1es sports mxnded Just what the doctor ordered ff? x-7 SHARON FITZPRTRICK E de M Generos1ty plus her w1ll1ng smxle lS her wmnmg way Pr1de of the Blue Team JO AWN LAVERNE HOESLY E de M Loyal supporter steady de llberate thlnker Proxldenct bound J 9 'Qi AMNE GRIFFDN E de M Intellectual pursu1ts class1c VIRGIINIA HOPPE E de M He1ght of fash1on penetratmg glance contag1ous humor a hop sk1p and ayump Hoppy ' , M ...TF ' If s . A, ,V I l -J "" U N X I X . 4 Z :X fl .1 ' l I , . . Y- L Y. . , . . ' l . I " V Y Y 0 7 3 ' L ' 9 ' 1 ' "Her smile is sweet withcer- tfFitz." beautyg individualistg "Annie," A lv , . Av l, , , - ' 4 , . . , - Z V, - . . Q . ' ' . 7 ' . sc ' ' . ,' , . ' . S 7 S 9 1 Qs . as O H - ' ' . sa va -,N s I I l . V, ' Q he. 3 v. CLARA LOUIbE KERN E de M Perfect lady typxng terror thoughtful genulne CAROL LYNIN LECHNER E de M Happy troubadour The sky s the l1m1t evenpace steady progress. 2 SARA HARRIET KERN E de M Commerclal artlst cand1d charm gemal and slncere LUCY MALARKEY E de M Inate s1mpl1c1ty So Dear to Our Hearts folklore fanc1er "My kmgdom for a horse." wh MARYAIN NE LEAHY E de M Buttons and Beaus shades of autumn vlbrant personallty MARYALICE MASSEY E de M Good w1l1 IS great Human 1nterest nurses accomphce "Mary A1 " We Jyfwa-,fx Rf., ,Ui fs", rwwm 4? 'i 3' 3 -9 PATRICIA EILEEN McBRlDE E deM Over the rambow frlendly SALLY THERESE Splrlt Sports booster top SHARON LEE MCELMOYL MATSCHINER E de M 0f the mOru1n E de M Holy Ch11d backer w1111ng Tak tacker unassunung helper generous Splflt Sal ways da1nty and genteel SHAROIN LOUISE MEYER E de M She talks as frxend to frlend natural polse petlte charm pep and personahty. ELAINE ESTELLE OAKLEY E de M W1th a Song 1n Her Heart shatterproof dllxgent student Latm lover w -A 43 K" v-of 'ff' MARTHA ANN SPEAR E de M S1mp11c1ty and qu1et grace PHYLLIS RINGHEIM E deM Herways are ways ofgentle AGNES MARIE STOFFEL Amlable manner a frxend nn ness Mart E de M deed semor handyman W1th There S no place 11ke home a wave of her wand Open heart w1111ng sp1r1t DIANE WEBSTER E deM Keeper of the key board f1rm hold on reahty the 1n fectxous smlle of a Peter Pan Dee Aggle JOANNE CLARE WORMWORTH E deM Casual charm senlor song ster wmsome and demure portralt 1n p1nk T h r d Class Rep Juanlta Beyer I Class Pres Marjorle Dudek CIIl0l' 114 Marlon Archlbald Shella Bales Lynne Berth1ume Sharon Brlster Mered1th Butler Judy Cook Loretta Dearmg Mary Margaret Dundon Janet Dunlap Frances Dwyer Colleen Farrlngton Joan Gagnon Marle Gore Martha Gore Ehzabeth Harrell , - . I ,- I 3 6, - - 4 .. . ,L .ali . ' ' 47 K K l I Q 3 ft 5 T 4 11 9 it ,gn . . 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' iq 11 5 7 H ,X W Q hl..nLr..h 4.5115 AVF I Anne Helde Mary Ellen Hlgglns Kathleen Leonard Elxzabeth Martln Roberta Meany Rosemary Murphy Veron1ca Neal Agnes Panz1ca Cather1ne Stoffel Stella Stoffel Janet Straughan Joyce Straughan Rosalxe Webmger Jane Weller Shlrley Whxtehead Suzanne Wllcox Joyce Wllllnger Carol Yung Rosemarv Zenner L 'Vlargaret Albers Patrlcla Alfsen Carol Bastlan Sally Baum Jud1th Belmont Suzanne Beer ndra Bldwell argaret Brennan ancy Brown osemary Chasse athleen Cleary eggy Colton ancy Derrah athleen Downey 4 rene Drake arole Dunlap anette DePaepe aron Frlesen n Anne Gosse argaret Graham ncy Hadley u retta Helser nstance Hoesly rol Knutsen nn1e Lechner ne Leu n Lowell ncy Maloney arcella Marx rol Matschmer anne Mayhew aron McEntee nna McLeod olly Murphy aureen Murphy rbara Schaff meela Schulte rgaret Schnelder eanor Walter dy Wayne r11yn Zenner 7.41. i econd enlor Class Rep Shexla Callahan Class Pres Leanne Dan1son Class Pres Nancy DeFrancq Class Rep -Xnne McGrath Class Pres Carole Walsh Tf 'S M 9-7 .JY 4-6 'Z F fv fi ' . 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A - -2 A - fr . 1 Q ' I I f Class Pres SusanO Connor F I r S t Class Rep Mary Clare Plasker Molly Lydon Gabrxella Maertens V1rg1n1a Manassau Mary Ellen McCabe Marcla McDougall Mary McG1l1 Carolyn Meyer Dlane Meyer Karen Mmden Jean Nledermeyer Allce Norton Mary O Leary Wendy Pargeter J' Clare Ph1lpott 4 Mary Jo Rask f 1 0 'Y A Kathleen Sanders Patrlcxa Smdelar Travern Snell Molly Stone l F500 Mary Taylor Katherme Turck ullgm in Suzanne Vaxl Marcla Ward Ann Welch Roxanne Whltsell Jamce Whlte Marllyn Yung f ll CIll0l' 35 f MQZMM M, M135 , ,L , , 4, , , Q , -fqiw f , K The Llvlng Ro Th I 1vmgRns'1ry ln whmh thc cntnc nLuL1r.uI.bUL1y IOOK p'1I'I was 1JIOmOILd bv those ID Our Lady s bodalltx for the purpose of cncoux lgmg 1 lxxclv dex OIIOU to Nl uv and the I..1XlI1gHOS ITE 1 publu m 1f'llfLSl1ll0I'l of our dLXOl1OH to OUI L idy IS 1 most ply xslng lxlbutc ' ' S a r 0 . . I' . . .F A 1 ' ' x ' ' ' ' v 1 ' ' 'L ' 1 ' U b ' ' , 1 1 . The daily rosary is an essential part of 11 sodulisfs life, 4 1 4 v' 1 v 1 . s 1 V 1 1 . . , . . . , v ' n r v . 1 fw 34 I Q' 3 . , . . . dren y Next to Jesus Chrlst Mary IS the most pleaslng most loved and most honored be1ng to hve upon earth Actually she IS the only person For all others He has two unages that for wh1ch He created us and that wh1ch we are As an a1d 1n becomlng Maryl1ke and more pleasmg to God we embrace the Sodahty of Our Lady and are gwen the t1tle of Chxldren of Mary ChH of Mar in all creation of whom God holds one picture . . . that of perfection. The student body echoes the spirit of expectancy and sponsors activities suitable for Advent. The Advent wreath burns as :i daily reminder that the coming of Christ is at hand,while thoughts ofthe humble manger teach us that Bethlehem can be found in our own city. A concert for the King of Kings brings Advent to zi close and extends the wish that job' fill the world. To Friendship House for Friend- ship's sake. If K4 , f ' f' 6-N 'QA X W ' 'N fs aff" N? ' ,,' ':::',oov -.2f':':o" eu 0 U QQ?" "-'-f':o':oQ', -,,,c,g',,o --,, ',v' Y!! :ii X We light the way for the coming of the Christ Child. A d v e n t Joy to the world" Q 3 1 E -1. L+' - Q5 Fc' J' av, ' . Philosophy first. Catholic Action Cindere11a's staircase. gl What is Catholic Action? The deeds , . .the ideals . , . the breath of every day. It is the exchange of student ideas in a school assemblv :ind thi- presenta- tion of fashions which meet the standards of thc Blessed Virgin, It is the spreading of Catholic ideals through activities such as the poster contest spon- sored by the Third Seniors and warmly received by the other classes. Catholic Action displayed by youth- ful artists. T vr i-iii 2, f X X Talent, perseverance, and enthusi- asm are Mari1yn's secrets of suc- cess. Art Aspiring artists find varied outlets for creative ability. P ff i .,, 2-f I y it Q I ,E 3.- F! ,.. F' X 5 MW" tk X , 1 0 3 YXXT 1 f A ', A Q My O , 4M A + '- ' 'Q f 4 ,, vga, -. :Z if R , , it . -L 4, 'f ir tv If 1 A. IW 7' X! ,,,: V1 f 1 1 1 ff f L,.,.l3g A 4' fi .qv Q, I W5 if .. . X x x, ,, - -D- 1.--5, Q 6 .Q L V nfl ? x i by ' 1 'fl 44 I iv 1 A S i if. f EM, ai 5 ,Q ' - ' f .Q it 1. i i J E f 5 5 I' 2,1 5 W' ' if rg? 5 5 f K I Q , l i E, La? I 3 Q .. Nr X A1?: Wm ' if t gig ' f i Elia' . 1, N X 3 'lv r 21 Q! Tl IL. 'H iilllwq 'a T' II' -o -I .T . 'M' y--uv EE -ff" Freshmen merit the Red Cross Badge for willing service. H. C. A. sewing lessons are put to practical use as the students spend leisure time filling Red Cross boxes with handmade stuffed toys. Holy Child's "Toast of the Town." C 0 r n e l i a n s The power behind Cornelians. 3, 3 W' pl, Music, Maestro, please. Mrs. Ellis' Cornelians, now in their sixteenth year, look back on a busy sched- ule. The season of 1954- 55 included appearances for Catholic organizations, hospitals, and city clubs. Final performances were in the Catholic Choral Fes- tival in April and an end of the year concert atll. C. A. ""--.- . ' we , . U . ' , v , v ' l 0 lj p ' l f N 42 h a W' ef S ll 1 X .X , F fi ' 7 ' nf' b fv 'If Janie Clapperton and cast pre- sent with pride "An Incident. On opening night when the house lights dim and the footlights blink, the weeks of rehearsals and practices take on purpose. As the curtain goes up, "the play is the thing." Holy Child dramatists present with pride: THE KNAVE. OF HEARTS . . . THE BEAU OF BATH .... A N INCI- DENT. fy it eA!rx lg "1:.1 K "The Knave of Hearts" stole our hearts at the H.C.A. play festival. Carol and Ann on their way to "The Beau of Bath." Drama Xie' x -A I! 1 96 lj'-' ,f f .4 Y""'s 2 Carolyne Lowit, Editor ' lf! g I' f gv Q Now is the time for all good pressmen to come to the aid of their PORTAL. PORTAL Editor's tasks made lighter through the courtesy of Alex ander Graham Bell. From contributor to distribu tor. A ,, A QI 67, lm , Q ' ,1 I Zi'-J I ff? ' 'X ' X O A -f f ' fe . f, f 'E' fbi ' t f. 1 .J MW , 1 K if ig xg, Q 5.. gi ff -11 -M 5. Barre . sexy' fi? l A Gay senoritas ! Dashing senors ! Gallant toreadors ! Mix all these ingredients and you have "The Belle of Barcellonaf' The time is the fiesta of the bull fightersg the setting is Barcelona's Plaza. As the curtain opens, a crowd of merry townsfolk are reveling in the square, and the fascinating rhythm of the castinets at once sets the tempo of one of Holy Chi1d's most dazzling musical festivals. The audience becomes entangled in De LaVega's schemes and sympathizes with Lieutenant Wright's love for the Belle of Barcelona. Pat, the blustery Irishman, and Marguerita's governess, Miss Ayres, add amusement to the plot. After long hours of practice, these and all the other characters become actual person- alities to the audience and to the actors themselves, making the outcome wholly real- istic and delightful. 7 Z 4.3, WZ FT!" Freshmen Thespians answer curtain call. H a l I 0 w 0 ' if n The return of the natives. 'J-1, f g:r' T'7+f'y 1 A Y -I--rs -,-..t--.,.. -,-.- sax YF 'LEW ' ' Q: ' - . ' . . Bl' ' WE 'Lf '-yi 1' x Q' A ' ' IFLQQZ ' .vs 9 A ' 5' V gb The "Gangs all here." A '17 ' 17 K V x7 K . 1 ,Ha A, If faces seemed brighter, spirits gziyer, :md steps ri little lighter this Hnlltiween, it wus because the annual Freshman party struck 11 musical note with "Song Titles" as their theme. Who Could forget the impressive pa- rade of costumes that seemed to "Say It With Music." Q! fans' Molly extends a warm welcome ! Christmas traditions are favor- ite traditions at Holy Child. Carol Night with its Hpenny- toss" . . . its Christmas sere- nade . . . its spontaneous spirit has a special place in the heart of each of us. Q Halls resound the Christmas cheer. C h r 1 s t m a s Hearts reflect the season's joy. , mr A .I , . 'N-:T I' 'll . 'II' Tl' . Vi N" ' 7 71 Af N1 Silver Dreams" in cinemascope. Double indemnity. Dreams do come true. . v U r 0 Dance time . . . dream time. tarlight erenade wf ,pl 1 S so 'Q -1 In honor of the Seniors . . . a starlight sere- nade. When you wish upon a star. Nr?" fx ky? 9 . Fc? ' Y xg! 1, . Tj Alhlvtir ilf' 'Ham Holy Child Boosters A La Donna de Paepe, White Team Captain Hoopers' Holiday QXX gl c Qai- .. ,. L... L-- inc rv? '- X Team .-ly Sharon Fitzpatrick, ' T ' t ,hV A i- Blue Team Captain 409' 1 'B On the home stretch. Varsity Volleyball teams await action. ""'-'hug JQMQH I lS7l0I1?B0Pxl ,t YK' S C ' ' Suwwfe ' ' X f'l' I g,,1 I ,, , I srncencu U ""' t 1 I p 3 lin 9 tif We lead them on to victory. X f Lxz Martm recewes the basketball trophy for the vlctorxous Juruors N1 Y ,fifi f, X in-:-Y 4 " '42 ff ' " 'H fi 64-0 Q l vin. SQEEHY t C U U Vx 432. -. 'UZ I i ,ak W K X XX' c MVK t . 'VAV t my n 4, I, fi , Q V- A Reverend Mother presents atten- K., - "' if ,ft W, In . dance cup to Marge Dudek, Junior ' ' X ix class president. Q . i' Cup Night Award night brings to a close the year's sports events. A ' of ,gi A V "?'v.,. ,. 7 1 'N .Qv . 15 NY I 'H-Xl .4 Pr .01 ,pg 'J 113 ' A -ww 'aft-rv . Q New faces of '55. Ready, willing and able. Rambling to Eugene Q E 5255 ,l ' L Q . Q1 V... - And hore's the show I Christmas in Bermudas. A la mode. The pause that refreshes. Mop-up. Eager-beavers. PT -fl Fe l t 0 W Wir ...xx brought new glory to Ho1yCh11d Thls qu1et unassummg sophomore is Portlands new swlmmmg queen Well known locally for several years Llttle Mo became a na tlonal aquatlc champlon by w1nn1ng the 200 meter backstroke at the Women s Nat1onals IH Daytona Beach Florlda After her smash1ng vlctory Maureen came home to a herome s welcome Offlcally greeted by CIVIC d1gn1tar1es and a group of proud H C A classmates th1s new queen ofthe waves was honored at a club banquet Her pralse has been hlgh and the accolades gen erous but our L1ttle Mo IS st1ll the same frxendly g1rl whose hat slze w1l1 never change Q 9 9 N Y i I R E I K 1 5: M M ,a ,' Modest Maureen, unchanged by fame, has . . , ca ' ' as ,- . , . I . . , . , Lg . . y, . - Q Q 9 144, Third and Fourth Juniors Class Mistress: Mother Mary Bernard. Front Row: Michele Drake, Charlotte Garrett, Patricia Lindsay, Karen Scarpelli, Nancy Loar, Barbara Lazrine, Mary Hoyt. Second Row: Ann Daniel, Mary Colamerino, Minette Lewis, Sue Ann Heitschmidt, Theresa Cunningham, Karen Scott. Third Row: Joan Bastasch, Julie Rice, Diane Montgomery, Rosemary Namit, Eileen Hemmers. JP 0 , ' O First and Second Juniors Class Mistress: Mother Mary deSales. Front Row: Mary Casey, Cheryl Hayek, Linda Jasper Barbara Engom, Marcia Noltner. Second Row: Sandra Casey, Gloria Maynard, Geraldine West- fall. Third Row: Barbara Allen, Janis Nelson, Nikki Brister. c'.U ro X The Class of 04 The RES AINNI STAFF W1Sh9S to express 1ts gratltude to Reverend Mother Mary Helena and the faculty for thelr encouragement and under standmg to Mr M1lton E Bell and the Abbott Kerns and Bell Co to Mr Roy Wolford and the Acme Commerclal Studlo to Mr Stacey Wong for the Semor portraxts to the Clyton Green Studlo for the class p1ctures and to the Ransford Stud1o for the graduat1on plcture QQF I -K" I v ... 2 a 'QJ 3-51 6 bl 'H x nfl i . i f rg Q in-...xc L-., . sql! "Mk .,


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