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

 - Class of 1956

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x N 'Q K ff? cqmu Gqcacfsmy H Q Toiffzfzd 015 Jam 5 792 55 ' O 9 of Hia cyof gina 4 4 o 4 f'6 i .ap O'ZE,U.7O'Z When the final pages of history are written, they will tell a simple story. Great nations . . . after the strife ot ages . . . will look at the skeletons of their lives and will see the essentially quiet pattern of birth and growth and death, for the pattern of mans life is that of nature. lt is the planting and cultivating and harvesting which runs an endless cycle as constant as the tides yet as fleeting as a summer breeze. Hidden in the maze of conquests and coroncitions is our simple story . . . a tiny page in the world encyclopedia . . . yet a faithful recording ofthe song of the harvester. School, wherein we spend our spring-time years, is in- deed the proving ground for life. The seeds of knowledge and truth . . . planted with the greatest care . . . are nourished with the fruits of love and sheltered against the sudden frosts of bitterness and hate, until, at length, the tiny seedling . . . grown tall and strong . . . can stand against the winds and laugh at the lashing of the rain. So that each may become more conscious of her role in the vast garden which is life . . . so that each may see the need to plant and cultivate only the best. . .we have chosen the theme of the harvester for this issue of RES ANNI, May the harvest of each year be plentiful so that the eternal harvest may indeed be a glorious fulfillment. H xx 4 1 yt., Ii A. -. ixmjlgdpgq , Mix Eacficafion We dedicaTe This issue of RES ANNI To our parenTs who have given us These years . . . who have given us The love and andersfanding that will some day be rewarded in a rich and promising harvest We pray That The harvesT of our lives may be worthy of Them and OT their love. 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U V 'i ..,, A Q' . 1 7, :AT , . .Q 1 -mf?-+ 125- f 1 Q ., sf 'f'1 l . , ,ii-L: 14, 4 ' A Pa cf Speed ond cmccurocy 'Vg' P ff", Crecnive obiliry finds expression E55 aflflficufiorz of kgs win in, confoznzify wifg bzufg una! gsuuky . .. roduce efficiency. G 9 'U' fl it N a ..,k , . . O gf l N 1 5 ' HIGHEST TOGO DIN 1, Q. N -1 1 fi' 'N 1 w O ,., .S .I l' -ii The intricacies of matter are revealed Through The microscope. ...cuz uzfaanfurca in Ll wozfl of nzyifaziai Fac1s, figures, and formulas. "Around and around it goes! And where nobody knows!" if stops, A d y k p the doctor cwoy. "e's r fum sffucafion fluff: unify unziaf Lfivauify Ak L 1 ty Thor scene goin." ll i 9 1 UILN- f' vol! S. Education is a preparation for life. Through the various courses in school, the individual is educated morally, socially, in- tellectually, and physically. The educated person, then, is a well-rounded personality, ready to live a full, Christian life. Patterns on parade. M . ls not the task of a gardener a pleasant one? Does it not bring joy to crush the soil to finest sand so that the tiny seed . . . seeking the sun . . . knows no labor but that of growth and fulfillment. And herein is the labor of our lives. The seed of faith, planted in the waters of bap- X tisrn . . . nourished by the warmth of grace sheltered by the cloak of sacrifice and beautiful by Divine Love . . . is ours to nurture as we will. We need but trace the de- sign drawn by the Master who painted the secret of the harvest on a canvas tinted in the ageless harmony of prayer and sacrifice. it .lv ,- t 4 Un A f I L I N X J I X Q X r N , .Lx AD Q 'Xl -, iipfijf Ilff' 'xv x., xg R 'N '- ,midyii W '9W"?i9 A Nm ff x S wuz W mg, wily ., fl 1 1 . X' gf R, QQI' gif' if ' :Q - M' M, QQ: ik"'3'f-Q .JIS H, ,QA qi- 0 J! K Lt 'Is-+.,Q, I 9 7 f ry 'QL 4? K A ffgd LLL, U11 9' fn" X !H ' Ya l..' Ma Miniomre Cofholic Book Store. Catholic Iiteroiure . . . C1 bosic need Holy Chiid Sodoiisis bring Christmas joy TO Friendship House. Cyaffiofic 6445022 Greoi core wiTh liffle Things . . . S, . if LX v 1 I 'GN la rf K . 'Ja 17" 1 - x --' QI 'x V1 ,4' . V4 ' 4- 9' 1 "ful , xl, 'B -' 1 gf Q 3? an A A f a. F vf w- f'.u .' A ,.m Q, f ,-x, A 4 el - s , 1" ff - 'fg:::.,x"" N!! xx' f .A x zu V 3,1 Xl x 1 - ,A X 4 E 0 , 11 , a No one will deny that a garden is a happy place . . . for it is beautiful and beauty is a ioy. Nor does the ioy spring from mere harmony of colorg but reflects, rather, the satisfaction of ac- complishment. The magic of growth that turns a seemingly dead branch into a beautiful rose weaves with each bloom a Cinderella story that the stroke of midnight cannot erase. And so it is in the garden which we tend. Cup night . . . the Christmas party . . . school dances . . . each has a magic of its own . . . each partici- pates in the multi-colored pattern which prom- ises a happy and plentiful harvest in time and in eternity. l I 'Y WT5 filwillflw Ft mi Wwgmx-xxx. '- W Mvii ' W W mfg, . W. U., o P. Onzy " 'ffv 'if H MJ 'WM Mvixix If ,w? vfy M3933 Numa, My I if xt xl-' Ffa it 'Q " cv. if 4-MW .,.f" Q if 1 E 44 .F Q QS'- . I .- 1 ' Q -:it-H x,. . 4 1 5 . ,ss x , gs ,m, A X X 5,X is K-I Camera eyes Freshmen entertainers ,cz 01415512 Local a n d national firms earned valuable, tree advertise- ments as l-l. C. A. freshmen granted admission to their Hal- loween party to those who came representing a suitable product. Shaw Surgical Co., M8-F.'s Fri- day Surprise, and many other "adsl Won acclaim and marked this as one ot the best parties ot the year. 'The Happy Wanderers," I 1 Z i f 2 l I. l ,. 4 4- ' . 41: IAdr:-J,.,...-- in your future?" ,ff M f'ff.- In v -C I., i - X Q . . . 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M A .mmf 'ji-"'.1,,, v,. , ' I Q, EQ .gy 4. .QA YIWE .,,.,'. ., - V' 'W' L 5 :X .x, ,..44u.. 4 1 rv -1 -- 'J!if" N ' LJ 'S' Ji '?'a" P W7 'I'-'Qi , ,X K A Q 1 W Q- fi 59 g 5 S X 6 fi li W ig J sq f 6 V? -:gi ' 52 s. g 3 X ' f "" if 'wi?3 gl D if , 'Y 0' 3 il A Q g, Nt ?L f brfvg ,Ulf .69 5 'V is L 5,4 1 at v 1 I A 4 'qv' Athletic Council meets in pre-gome pow-wow. A brondenevv school yeor brought renewed rivolry us point-conscious teczm members worked hord ond hoped tor victory. Blue Teom winners of the '55 trophy, under Liz Martins coretul guidonce, wotched diligently os Rorie Zenners White Teorn followers counted points thot mounted quickly ond consistently. Friendly rivolry wos torgotten on Mother Mory Arthurs Feost Doy Gome when oll good 'tribesmen' met ot H,C.A.s reseryotion ond becit time to the chont of the torn-toms. A busy sports' yeor reoped mony revvords ond mode Holy Child more thcin ever the "best in the londf' dw '.,,..-f-1' 4 4 Q Liz Mortin Blue Teom Coptoin ,v 'IS' flflfgifs Rorie Zenner White Team Coptoin 46 Welcome To OUI' I'GS6I'VC11'iOI'1 a 'wHnTs5 ,,' , 1:A51pQQ 2 11 I G1 7 I exfvx- I 1 E ' I A ' .ur 1 1 X' x' ' t, g it 57 Freshmen Frontiersmen discover Cup Night. HHIN F'f,fgnncn5nEH u A little bit of heaven. HPI14Qa'fi4tt"R-32 ' . x RQPUJ 4 . .. ,l 4 h, 41, -4 ,. I ll Vow' I X 2: 1 11 7,07 N N All for one ond one for oll. . Uufz Z gf Victory morks The end of The Trail. QQ ' uf' 'rf "' " W' 39'n"7l L , 3 6' 4 'xx 4 4' " ov 'Q 4 . 4 Cv ' YE 1 i Q- 4 fi ,T ' N ' L 'f?2?f'1" Q l wimming tjidm H. C. A. Swimming Teom scoresf in CYO s onsore eef. o e 0 vars: oo s p d V II yb II y I k forward me close ner ocfuorw un Cotholuc League. Woffsygaff Waziif Jail The song of the harvester is a beautiful melody . . . blending the plaintive note of the wheat as it waves its golden wand tothe rushing wind . . . or nestling in its myriad ot sharps and flats the flute-like refrain of the meadowlark. The sounds . . . the colors . . . the vastness of creation overpowers, perhaps . . . and makes our lives a study in miniature. But even in mini- ature the pattern is the same. The work of the musicians, the scientist, the artist, blended to- gether . . . as in the wheat tield . . . gives promise of a rich and glorious harvest in the years to Come. ll 244, r, .guy lx YN ,514 hh i 'Lilly J yyggygip rt . Ana, it ,,, wi l fx 1 ,lr iff? T 4 Q . x u ' 8 , il, "rlll1i.i"llll U12 0415 Q ' 751 efsifk wg 1 1,1319 .2 , ana! :Science ms .PW W 5 Prt1C"Ce V"'C1KES peveu wb U pwugc ...HU whims -few fgwfe vxell, Under the we 25 lei: ,4 'em 51' ci "Ne Ellfs, the Comelucms s-ng K fy zuffiws CCW H :mn ous de fire sono! ' 'Lowa of in gem prim' ie wus? be had To Owls Lama the :owe 3? H CA, s Ccmeiwcms. ' 1: -if - ,z f' I gf :ani Qs.-1 we-2? ' ' A fond farewell To THE DESERT FLOWER E557 Q50 CUE 'Z In our dear Icmd of used To be." ' fi -!r'1 wi-E'f.!Jf1E" are my desert flower," declares Victor. Hill! van. vt. 'sf .5-1 up u u ' fauna: W., 4-A ,. . , , L.. 'vw' 'el x . G A -9 ii I 1 if , r C A P ,ff - il 5 -1 Q lb. r L x 'Q F Judy Cook Co-Editor C 46 Lynne Berfhioume Co-Editor QR W f Yeorbook stuff climbs the sfoirwoy To success. Ei The pouse thot refreshes. mzi ,f , , , if gi 1 1-fi g 1 ff ' 1 Y 1 f"" K, ' .x,' v 135' -f kt Santas Helpers. Ar The right, Cathy and Sharon, Junior Red Cross represenfaffves, cnedf roll call ar Monday meetina. cf 61011 Heip for the needy. "The lay of givingf I N49- is Qi' :fy GFA rehearsal gives prom ise of a successful play, 'zcmzczfica Mary Jo and Carol bow our vvlth sradenf direcfor, Marcia Ward Freshmen drama swdems iam hands for their Play Festival Presemaruoru. First row: Sheila Callahan, Mary McDermott, Janice Leeb, Mother Mary Arthur, Prefect, Judy Camarata, Marcia McDougall. Second row: Mary C. Plasker, Leslie Liberty, Joan Bastasch, Jean Eilers, Diane Meyer, Carole Walsh, Nancy De Francq, Juanita Beyer, Marge Dudek, Liz Martin, Janet Straughan. cgfucfsnf ounci The Student Council, guided by the fac- ulty, planned many school functions for 1955-56. Council members worked hand in hand with their class Teachers and were provided with many opportunities to exercise student leadership. High- lighting the Councils social activities were the annual tea dances set in sea- sonal surroundings which transformed the gym and won the applause ot the entire student body. Margie Dudek Student Body President Janet Straughan Sodality Pretect -QV 'M-,, v,kl:1,'.' 1 3 5' Qi, 1: Qr!M' ,tiwiity -ffl. .kgjegela f J. , - c 1,5 '- A A ' .M ' 7 d I, ff K A 5 'Q ' X K 7 u. W '-11'ge,?23f g ey2" ,1' M' M" ' 'M Ak 361' 'H get m,. Q1 , 15' ' fwy' 5'x.1"'5'f','. Vi. . 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