Academy of the Holy Cross - Cross and Anchor Yearbook (Kensington, MD)

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Qn Eavencler Anal Qray Even before the sun brightens the eastern horizon each morning, everywhere in the areas north of our nation's capital, suburbanites hurrying over super-highways to a Pentagon desk, a Supreme Court bench, or the White House press room, pass us on our way toward the school on the hill. We travel by bus, by car pool and on foot down Strathmore Avenue and into the gateway that reads Academy of the Holy Cross. We come from towns to the no' 'i -Rockville and Gaithersburg, sections to the east, namely Garrett Park, Wheaton and Sil- ver Spring, from our homes to the south in Bethesda, Chevy Chase and the Dis- trict of Columbia. We proudly claim six- teen parishes, and our imposing school is within the bounds of Holy Redeemer. With the colorful and silent woods en- circling our rolling campus, and Kensing- ton acting as our host, there can be no better place, but here, for us to learn a philosophy of education that will help us to dominate the future in order that we may emerge as Catholic women filled with the spirit of love for Alma Mater . . . of love for God through Mary, His Sor- rowful Mother . . . of love of our neighbor through the teachings of the Sisters of the Holy Cross. Hall, 1955. Spring, 1960. Decemlier, 1956. Our Seal "Maryland, My Maryland," is represented on our shield. The squares and the cross in the upper compart- ment are from the coat-of-arms of the Calvert and Crossland families. Calvert was the family name of the Lords of Baltimore who founded Maryland. Crossland was the family of the mother of the first Lord Baltimore. Occupying the central position on the seal are the cross of faith and the two anchors symbolizing hope, while a book represents knowledge and the Greek letters alpha and omega designate God as the beginning and the end of all things. The scroll at the base bears our school motto-"SPES UNlCA"-the Cross, our only hope. May we carry this emblem with us forever, learning greater wisdom with the years. We Present A devoted FACULTY taught us a philosophy of education that has become our philosophy of life. ...,........,.,.,.......... .... I 3 An interesting CURRICULUM provided educa- tion, not merely instructive, as we prepared to step into tomorrow ,....,...... ...,.,. I 7 Our spirit of action was encouraged through vari- ous ACTIVITIES, thus developing the whole per- son. .,............,,., ...,....,,., 4 l Friendly and responsible UNDERCLASSMEN have assured us that Alma Mater will be left in good hands. . . ........,...,.,..,... . 6l FUTURE LEADERS who will give praise and thanks to Holy Cross and their lives to the world. . .. 87 The radiance of those SPECIAL MEMORIES which will always have power to brighten each new day . , . ll7 ""' +' .zu I QFQW A O ? hr.. H '...i Q W ' ffl - F ' a "1 'w 'Ui al 'I , .f 'J I itil' I im am if ' 1 .321 SR I was gif' M H awww QW :Qi v . 1 . ll Zo tHe Cross Cul' Gnly Hope In the shadow of the Cross we have found our purpose un lafe Our formatnve years were truly the most nmportant ones During these years we progressed morally soclally un tellectually and spmtually under the steady guldance of the Snsters of the Holy Cross Each mornmg we saluted the cross as well as the emblem of our gloruous natuon We learned from these vallant women a deeper apprecnatuon of the cross as our only hope We trust that those who follow us wnll love the tradatnons we started pose of thas publucatuon us to keep the memory of those happy carefree years forever a part ot the present And so to the Cross our only hope 7 the precedents we set, and the spirit we acquired. The pur- Jf 5 4 '4 Q fs. gg gf EQ. "4 . a 'Z-' A -SAMS' K., 5. .An ' .A 'F v ,an ,,"7'-' qv ' 1" . , ,f r 5 ,Q H , , xg-,gf aff ,aai"f1? f:: fQ rf? .lk iP.1'4f.'g 'Il ' 'Q?f2?'5': A ffalv 5 if w - .es 5 ' .f."1?.4' , - 'Til' . 'A ' .- -' 55- 1 lf. sim-,i v 'Ziff K" riff? . ,QM '..3"'Z2? A331-.' A ,-:ffl ',":" 'ss , ,.!'V.f' - '5w'1,I??f'1 ' H . ,ff-V fig: , p The Most Reverend PHILIP M HANNAN DD Auxiliary Bishop of Washington The Most Reverend JOHN M. MCNAMARA, DD. Auxiliary Bishop of Washington His Excellency The Most Reverend PATRICK A O'BOYl.E, DD, Archbishop of Washington, D. C. Archbishop O'Boyle hos been outstanding for his interest and expansion of the facilities for Catholic education in our archdio' cese. Here we see him dedicating our school and blessing the cornerstone on December 8, l956. , if 9 34,4 ...5Heir ffeaclersgip Has Qnfluencecl Gut Elves. s . ,, V' z . X W ,,,...,. ,.,,,. A, -,fu Emu.. c if Lf , 5 N I Sl? ,.....-- -nala9v..i M: it Q W if 'ts , - . , , i vii X Lis 'C I 1, W wh . .4 Kh- M ANU lxl1' ifisfihfff I ! I I .ff m: fifwsT fgirf' l 0 FACULTY .......-..........l ...L+ RWM' Perfect schools are the result not so much of good methods as of good teachers . . . who cherish a pure and holy love for the youths confided to them . . . Pius Xl The friendly and familiar faces seen on the following pages comprise our capable faculty. Priests sisters laywomen . . . our admiration and esteem for them has grown during the past four years. They have taught us to dominate by lessons in good leadershipg they have encouraged us to con- quer in a world of tomorrow. ln all our rela- tions with them they have set us an example by which we may live the future. We thank them for their patience, their continued prodding, their pursuit of our betterment. May we prove their worth by our success. guiding Lfights, Devoted Elriends, SISTER M. ROSE VITERBO, C.S.C. Principal, Religion IV Our present principal, Sister M. Rose Viterbo, joined us in the fall of l957. She has listened to our many problems, corrected our many mistakes, and shown interest in all our activities. Her major aim has been to give us a solid Catholic education while guiding us toward our eternal goal. Grateful hearts shall cherish her gift as the years go by. Here we see her issuing a tardy slip to Ann Fields of lO2. llfe Shine Ein Three years after the Civil War the Sisters of the Holy Cross came from Indiana and planted the seed that was to grow into our present Academy. They started a small school in the basement of St. Matthew's Church in Washington. By l878 they had moved into an impos- ing structure at l3l2 Massachusetts Ave. N. W. From then on the history of the Academy was closely allied with that of Catholic edu- cation in the United States. lt was visited by many distinguished personages, and into its portals was welcomed a little Italian nun who later became St. Francis Xavier Cabrini. R elleetecl Qlory By l9lO "l3l2" became inadequate and a new Tudor-Gothic structure was erected on Upton Street in northwest Washington. From there young women were graduated for almost a half a century. Forty-six years later our present beautiful school opened its doors to the Class of l96O, Here on Strathmore Avenue in Kensington, Maryland we pause in the story of Holy Cross. Yes, pause--for as the educational demands of the nation's capital advance, so will Holy Cross advance in its unceasing determination to develop young women "who will know how to conquer and dominate the future." SISTER MARIE EUGENIE C S C Asst Prm Relnguonl IV Latm ll Gen Busmess CSMC Moderator REV. JOSEPH KERR, S.J. Marriage Counsellor REV HILARY E BENDER Guudance Dnrector SISTER M FRANCIANA C SC School Sacrustan Study Hall Moderator x A VA Q-.Jn -fl f- ' I 5 SISTER M. DENYSE, CSC. Geometryg General Moth. SISTER M. LAUREEN, C.S.C. Art. A in, -,.. -- All Dauggiets SISTER M. GENOVEVA, C.S C French Ig Biology. I O 55:2 Cross 'fx Km? MRS JOHN BLADEN pl SISTER MARGARET CHARLES C S C Sclence Club Moderator well BeHolcl Buology sown sfudms SISTER MARIAN DANIEL C S C 11" ngnon II Mothl I Sodolny Moderator 17 0 l J , 5 x x, 'Q' v X' S' II l ' 1 X l W2 N , I 5 0 Q-W , ll l f f l Y X ,? ,Q , I ' f ,f V Z r K , ' - 1 y W Religion llg Algebra lg Chemistryg M ,A 7 ' ' Rell A , , u,'Ng -in .9-. fa x J . French I -I MISS PATRICIA CAREY English Ilg Social Studies. MISS JOY UENO lg Spanish I, llg Shorthand Ig Typing II. 5fie 5empIe L! I 7 . S utr? '+i. i SISTER MARTHA MARIA, C.S.C. Religion Illg Economicsg Sociology. of Q03 5Hey Raised SISTER M. RAYMOND, C.S.C. Manager of Bookstore. uf" SISTER DOLORA MARIE, CSC. Religion Ilg Typing I5 Tronscriptiong Office Procedure Stand 301' SISTER M. EMERENTIA, CSC. Food Consuitont. Y-1 SISTERM CLARA INEZ CSC rglon III Loran I Loran Club Moderator SISTER JANE MARY C S C Relnguonl Englnsh III French . ,Fx N rm "2 1 X U0 .2 S L'Nx H flfgg 520 Sgb MISS ELIZABFTH DAWSOI Physrcoi Educotuon C Ns, b . x :X- - , 1 sk . . , . : x , , 'Y L b X ' 5 Ny! . .xlt U D , .gx , , I 4 , x Q , y -Q 2 ' E N Q Xb, . I 9 V . r 5 X A 'fs' X 5. 611 50 Zfieir ZeaI... i ,, " ff, I 7 Y, A VJ? SISTER M. AVELINA, CSC. English Ig Libroriong CROSS AND ANCHOR Moderator . JI 1 - e FE ix 5, I1 SISTER M. THOMAS ACQUINAS, CSC. "V-"bg, 'f Religion IVg English I, IVg Dromotics SISTER JUDE MARIE, C.S.C. Religion Ig Pionog Glee Club S no . , ,M ,r-'S - I .-VM. i , . U1 fps: 121 ,J "fin 296' v if .gs kvwww ,,, "alma, Qfftxvf WA? v na, bw-Q da.. ,,. bums - HQ., Q my 'cam sf f B m"'4' tim, nz 14, Q. mf 4-.., 'Q--.vw Q .P NA. 'WWW View ,,, QW?-797. 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Pope Pius XII How well Pope Pius XII expressed the primary purpose of high school education . . . the education itself. lt is here, in the classroom, that the greatest strides were made during the past four years. College Prep students delved into the mysteries of the sciences and the exquisite- ness of the arts. Those of us interested in the dignity of work in an occupational world followed the General Course with ex- cellent training in business subjects. Formal Religion was the foundation of all instruc- tion, and its principles permeated all class- room procedure. Because of it we have dis- covered why we are here and where we are going. on fa rii hlxll sf"' We shall always cherish the right to learn our religion. The smiling faces of this sophomore religion class clearly indicate the coming Yuletide season, Sister Margaret Charles appears to be anticipating the holidays also, while she graciously helps her students understand more fully the mysteries of our faith. Zhere is o Ufisclom ,Me 55:2 wisdom of Qod Religion Smiling seniors enjoy o joke with Reverend Joseph Kerr, S.J, who gives a weekly instruction to the seniors concerning marriage as a vocation. :tag 7. rx. I 1,V'S any f ' 0. A 1 Here at Mass we are all children of God. Classes ters is our religion. lt has been taught explained and extracurricular activities fade, and as seniors and practiced during these four years we realize that the only activity that really mat- 3'or Molding Us into Christian Women Retreat days were set aside for us each year. Rt. Rev. Joseph B, Coyne of St. Andrew's parish in Silver Spring, Maryland gave us a challenge to personal holiness. Through his inspiring talks we learned of the positive things that would increase union with God and happiness in our lives. -1 Snglish... 915 fanguage .-.W-Q-.1-uni lm 3.2 S-4... Zl- X ,AW A .wc 1? Juniors delve into American Literature. Essays, sto- ries, folklore and historical writings ore all colored by the early pioneers. These juniors seem to be enjoy- ing their own rendition of the Gettysburg Address as Sue Tracie plays it back for them on the tape re- corder. They all decided that Lincoln did a better job, .,.,...n--'v- - The literature of England has a top rating on the senior X' English schedule. Sister Thomas Aquinas is delighted to give the Old Vic Company a chance to present "Macbeth" These seniors don't seem to mind a trend toward culture. L The mastery of English is an important building block in the art of communication. Miss Carey prepares to show these sophomores a film-strip on word derivation and vocabulary building, Both prove a profitable asset for mental glossaries. Provide a Cliallenge 7 r .5 "Gallia est omnis divisa in partes Hes," begins not all conjugating and complicated vocab- Sisfer Clara Inez to her eager and captive audi- uiary words, but that as The language of the ence. These freshmen found that Latin was Church, it has a deeper and fuller meaning. fanguagesu. Ancient And V151 1 1. N . Learning to fell time all over again, but in the French man- ner, are these juniors avidly listening to Sister Genovevo. f iii' V 113, Miss Ueno is asking her young senori- tas simple questions, such as "What time is it?", "Where did you go last night?" She feels that the best way to become acquainted with a foreign tongue is through conversation. Hence she conducts the major portion ofthe period in Spanish. Modern ,.,. Spanish .grench . fafin Latin IV students pursue the intricacies of all languages gives our upperclassmen o Vergil s scansion under the direction of He!en view of mythology and Latin poetry Mohler. This advanced study of the mother of -Q 4 L ' C VL VT Q v We Hearn o Elements, Compounds As guture Biology "But, Srster, why doe5 on OCIU neutroNrze 0 bose?" oaks Maureen McKenna Srster potnenrly explains the theory once more In lab ond an classroom Wecture, our future cnernisYs otrenmely exhrbif unrerew an the world of compounds i 1 . if 4 u and Radicals in Grier to Smerge Atomic Headers. Chemistry I' "Now stcnd back ond hope for the best, Sister," warns Moiro Hurley to Sister Margaret Charles, science in- structor, os they experiment with woter electrolysis, if if V, 5542 fanguage of Gut uclear 3uiu1'e Proving thot one triongle is equiva- lent to another doesn't seem to be too difficult for these sophomore geome- try whizzes. As Sister Denyse explains the theorems, her students opply them. llflatllematics ll . x .f To those of us who do not pursue Math IV this may appear to be a three ring circus, but Sister Marian Daniel assures us thot such problems are merely bosic rudiments. A roy of intelligence seems to flutter over this trig class and Pat Lyons hopes she has the correct answer? My Career lUomen.,. An Asset 50 Any guture X 3 , 1 Q Speed and accuracy go hand in hand once these first year typing girls have learned their keyboard. It will benefit the girls both in business and in col- lege. Banking with its numerous advantages is iust one of the useful points cov- ered by the General Business class. Sister Marie Eugenie also directs the girls in cash problems, credit prob- lems, and consumer problems. 4 Y ard Q' '7:3iS?'2 World History is studied by our yeorlings. Miss Corey shows o picture of on early ero while Audrey Zorbo comes forward to Iocote the sect of ancient civiliza- tion on the mop. Social f - I 'll-A ' I .....' Q ' I ' ' ' i " 1 rows out o esferday And.. Sister Martha Maria's Economics class has delved into every phase of the subject. It is necessary for our future career women to have the knowledge of labor-management relations, the national income, the tax system in the United States and the disposition and use of personal income. Science 'QM v f-f ss -Y VP' L, K, sign 1 I si Conditions 5lie Snape of 5omorrow These juniors are learning that Sociology stresses the dignity of man and that its principles can be reduced to a very simple maxim--"Do unto others as you would wish others to do unto you-for the love of God." Veronica Blaszek and Barbara Hartke brought forth smiles when they discussed the pros and cons of unionism. Hine Arts 5eacH Us Sketching their version of what the best dressed teen-ager will wear through the casual summer days, brought favorable' comment. Design is not, however, the only interesting phase connected with art which is taught to these freshmen. They have discussed the problems of poster mak- ing, linoleum block printing, Brayer printing and exhibited some lovely scratchbox prints. to . 1 , - ,z W f , 50 flnterpref av X' I 5 is Q Qt Having grasped the fun- damentals of art during her first years at Holy Cross, Elizabeth Gilmore, senior, has moved on to portrait work. Maureen Donovan seems to enioy being a model. .. X ' N, ' eff i, s k.- V , saws X , . l x M .. . X f L' 0 1 . ,' 'ti' Yvfp In-.fd I 1 K' , A "Write what you hear," says Sister Jude Marie to her freshman music appreciation class. When notes were matched it was evident that f' Cultural Huiure "Practice makes perfect," admonishes Sister to her ready pupil. Advanced piano is offered by our music depart- ment, and Joan Bullough, senior, is hopefully preparing for a music scholarship offered by Marywood College. g -d J ' RL i 51 f l ' Cl- ids- uh! l Bach wrote some peculiar strains, Freshmen could never be wrong! 'N 5.11 ig- S X 7 4 " LQ Qi 13:5 kv ic' 'MQ ,Bi f -f M in 5 l: iCi'lQ' Q Lfj -J ' '3' Ae iff ffff ,Qf Z :ix ' f I . . 'r fs eecl HealfHy Boclies Hun Hood Hriencls Food at last! Lunch period, thot welcome interim, is a wonderful time for exercise, relaxation and above all for "buzzin" about school, home, clothes and dates. Afternoon classes go foster after this welcome mid-day break. 11.0 .H fs f' Sister Emerentia prepares for the daily on slaught of starving girls from ll:l5 a.m to l2:45 p,m. I mi Bb ACTIVITIES "The true Christian does not renounce the activities of this life . . . but he developes and perfects them by coordinating them with the supernatural." Pius Xl Life here at Holy Cross has taught us social balance. Through the various extra- curricular activities we have found social equilibrium. Many opportunities for leader- ship were found in sports and clubs. Stu- dent government taught us justice and charity. Advanced work in science, journal- ism, art and music proved an added chal- Ienge. We became socially skillful because of parties, dances and friendly get-togeth- ers which have enriched us in social graces and the art of "togetherness." To Alma Mater we owe our thanks for greater spiri- tual, social and physical development. L4H,vvvc4.,b 726060 lt's o snowy afternoon but Sandy Porter doesn't seem to notice. She is too engrossed in putting the finishing touches on the Stu- dent Council bulletin board. Good grooming was the message being conveyed to the student body. Typicol Student Council meetings include the four of- ficers, the class presidents and vice-presidents, and the presidents of the various school clubs. At this par- ticular one Ellen Dunbar summarizes the code for dating Ai f A .,9. Ia! A..,..,. au.. -F i fiilllf Y? i ....,. . 1 wr 4 .n..a. -+452-' ar Q ' 'Nan 5He Future is Oursg which was introduced ct the onnuol Student Council Symposium. Do you think it was the curfew item that called forth these smiles ? ff -V , , nf in 7 ' Proudly displaying our school's new I h D I U A handbook to her fellow officers- LN iii if 9 M Terry Bloszek, treasurerg Connie it fvgfff :ri ,3if"' 5 i-laile, vice-presidentp Joanne Bar- ' f " ' . 'P bono, secretary-is Ellen Dunbar, ' f if Student Council president. A r gig , . I -' '- A Os 4 gb I ' C' fr Q J 3' ' A ,aff I Wf if 8 3 152 ' Agn' f F, 5 ' A jx fo A Q? ff IQ J, ffl ff Wg if 1 ' , is fi? '55 f gf 1, 4 5 i 4' T 1 If - s ,-1 if . ' , , , . - . G ,,iji,,7-1 '17 5 A 'iff' Q' f' V 'Q " W e 1 i " it 4 I X ii? 1114? Q 4 3 -9' rf 2 jg f. . Q, r X, , f ' X 1 I is f D' lA 5 i f , 'W l fi' A , , A V j' 3 b ' I 3, V. ff Mfg' I v W We Prepare 50 Qovern if. l. Just three minutes to go and sometimes it's efficient Student Council monitors keephthe o long way, especially from 220 to lO2! How- silent single file lines going in the right direc- I ever, roller skates are not necessary, since tion. .1 ll fi ky 43 5 V A -4 I q 1 We ote Songs The Glee Club ocquaints its members with the highest type of choral music. The members concentrate on several highlight performances throughout the 4... . . 'T f 4 rt ' 'J ,. 1-, z A ', l ' 4 A -p- rv K f , we iz X . 9. , Q4 1 'Fix f J -'XX Y? J' 1. ' A. 4 i N K X ,f Qi Of i 1 school year. St. Cecelia's Day, the Christ- mas Peace Pageant, St, Patrick's Day, the operetto, and the final annual spring concert always find the songsters on key. and T. Atherton. bf Front Row: C. Boclenlos, M. Tully, O. Bansh, E. Wrat ten, E. Gilmore, B. Ryan, B. Brown, A. Laney Deming, J. Grnmme, V. Blaszek, ond J. Hospital Second Row: J. Manning, C. Borger, S. Spencer M Wanless, D. Mills, R. O'Leary, A. Borger, P. Harrison B. Greatorex, G. Policelli, M, Sguillo, P. Medlar Voegtli, B Nelson, B, Evans, and D. Hallock, Third Row: S. Serafino, K. Cotter, J. Lynch, B, Roddy Krebs, P. Gleason, M. Mortin, J. Barbono, C. Duffy C. Luttrell, N, DeWold, and M. Kiefer, Fourth Row J Foster, M. Donovan, J, Trossevin, K. Meyers M Bradley, D Dixon, and D. Bator. Fifth Row: H, Flatt C, Connor, S McMahon, N Rushmoie, E. Schwedler M, Enzler, and M. Harmon Top Row: B McGarraghy M. Cook, J. Bullough, L. Richards, A. Zahn, A. Priolo TIS . ggqfi' W i -. , I . fbfipg, . ,. -L1 ' Q A gig " I'lz . I tv , , ed 4, 1 Af! ic.. g J J ,f, " 'QQ' , .Y fill 'U-Yi, M1 1 Silver Belles have chimed for us since l956. They were founded by Sister Cecelia Mary, C.S.C., the first director of our music de- partment. This group of talented voices originally consisted of eight, but has since grown to fifteen. The name Silver Belles originated from one of the songs sung by them at the first Christmas Concert in our 5, new school. The beautiful tones come from -First row: N. DeWold, M. Kiefer, B. Borwne, C. Luttrell, A Borger, M. Cooke and A Priolo. Top row: J. Bullough, C. Connors, B, McGorraghy, J. Trossevin, B. Ryan, T. Atherton, P Medlor and M. Thompson. , 0 x 'f ,T I l K Ol Every Ag e SISTER JUDE MARIE, C.S.C. Glee Club Director fearn 50 Dominate' Ellen Rice, Editor with Words The Gleaner, our school newspaper, is issued six times a year. It holds the record of an All American and All Catholic award. Its high standard of journalism is due to the constant efforts of Sister M. lmeldine, the moderator, and her well trained staff of Deep in explanation is M. Hurleigh as she shows A. Morris lbeside herl, M. Cohn, S. Gallagherfand F. Brinker how headlines make the front page after many attempts at counting and recounting of upper and lower case letters. Zhe Qleaner rising young journalists. Evidently Sister has just uttered one of her gems of quiet humor as the group below attack another problem in layout, Left to right R. Lanman, M. Hurley, E. Rice, N. Haring, R. Dernouy and S. Kuhn. "Look how they did it!" The Gleaner page editors P. McDonough, V. Godfrey, M. Nickerson and R. Trainer take note of a press job done b others, both for Y and near. Faithful typists R Kaufman J Shea R A Barbour and A Haley check and recheck copy before The Gleaner absorbs th ink for another ssue This is a tedious but necessary work. mx. ,-3,7 : QQ' mQ ' cw 5,9 MW? 'Z , Nc, ehixg .gg x re gf, Q QNX z :icq N ls w will x fn .5 I .ffv f Yr? .-.11:',"Zd- Zl Q! T. Patricia Davis, Editor 5He Cross These associate editors believe in "togetherness." Kay Evans, business manager, Elizabeth Gilmore, our art consultant, Pamela Dillon, copy editor, and Margaret Diller, one of our fine With a deadline date just around the corner, Mary Durbin, typist, works fe- verishly while Rosemary DeGeorgio and Barbara Goetz check copy Freedom Fling, the press dance, found the floor crowded with swingers and swayers. Zhe Past 95 Preserved And Ancftor DONT WAX? T I -1 Bum qw photographers, all have a see- Kathleen DeBroske, CO-editor. swan with Mr. James Mahler, representative for Delmar Print- ing Company, on loy-out prob- Iems. Hot 5He Huiure 'Q It -1 Kathy DeBroske, co-edutor, and Pat Davrs editor seek advice in page planning from Sister M Aveluna mod erator for CROSS AND ANCHOR, 5 5 A--..y uf" t N fu, ,Q , i . -qx No cues missed by this team! "Stage Manager, Paula Goettlemann," and "Lighting Effects by Christy Landenburgeru have been synonymous with Holy Cross pro- ductions since Freshman Year. "Brilliant Performance"-and it certainly was when a tense scene from Holy Cross' entry in the High School One-Act PloY Contest was enacted by P, Sweeney, B. Faller and S. Tracie during the evening of Drama and Song "A Child was born unto her .... " The climax of the annual Christmas Play is the Nativity tableau. Pictured here are S. Murphy, St. Joseph, C. Reid, Mary, and Michael Patrick Lanman, Infant Jesus. Also shown are H. Mohler, P, Medlar, C. Connor, M. Enzler, C. Con- nor, C. Luttrel, N. Rushmore and S. Tracie. 5He Past is Prologue.. 5He Present Sets the Scenery .... GP l The annual operetta took us to the land of fnords nn she should set the date for her marrnage wrth Grueg March ln the SONG OF NORWAY Mother Grueg before the haughty Countess Anne Marne Borger Maureen Thompson warns Nma Pat Medlar that can mterfere Patrlcla Sweeney Press dent of the Dramatic Club gf 0 yQ,J- 5 l he Cherle Caulk Vnce Pres: dent Treasurer f he Dramatic Club Catholic Students' Mission Cru Our Dougle Vocation.. Christian Siuclenisu, Former queen, Ellen Rice, crowns senior, Sharon Mc' Mahon, as she reigns over the annual CSMC Sweet- hearts Serenade. .vm X w?5tv'+ 3- r 'K "- Sister Marie Eugenie, CSMC moderator, and Carroll Duffy have a consultation as they plan a mission project. Mission Worleers All of us are members of the sade. Through it the Catholic youth of America help to ex- tend Christ's reign on earth by supporting the missions. Here at HCA the major activities in- clude on annual Valentine dance and a lenten sacrifice program. Kilt 5 Gut World 95 llliclenecl As 'ui W lik- All roads lead to the library as evidenced by Holy Cross researchers. We Sxplore 1 1 I L ,v f ttf x yx, , x f 'x Zhrougli Booles. These Library Club officers help with some of the behind- the-scenes techniques. They are Charlotte Bodenlos, vice- pres., Patricia Lyons, president and Paula Goettelmann, secretary.treasurer. Fine public relations between our school and the public library are fostered by Sister M. Avelina, librarian, who sends Kathleen Puzzini to the Kensington branch with 0 Catholic Book Week poster for display. ig 1 Present Honors Ellen Rice, editor of The Gleaner, welcomes new members into the Quill and Scroll Society. Elizabeth Gilmore lseatedl was so honored because of her fine contribution to the Cross and Anchor as art editor. , i ' , fag'-Q i , i . UM, K Q, , i4 f f r, AW-L I , l ' , . f i el 'l w ' .1 5 Sister M. Rose Viterbo, principal, receives members of The Gleaner and Cross and Anchor staffs into the Sister Angelica Chapter of the Quill and Scroll Society. Pat McDonough received the gold insignia, while others accepted the Star award, the Journeyman symbol and Cub pins in accordance with service rendered. Margaret Corgan and Molly Martin assist the principal in pre- senting Kathy DeBroske, assistant editor of the Cross and Anchor, with a Star while Marianne Smyth, Pat McDonough and Mary Tully look on. Receiving her gold pin signifying character, service, scholarship and leadership from Sister Rose Viterbo is Kay Evans while Pat Medlar follows. Sister is assisted by Pat Davis who made the NHS in her junior year. . ,- M.-2 1".s,'g 39,221 sogiijf . Xe ' , 111 'C S F3 goresgaclow 5Hose of 5lie Hufure Rt. Rev. Msgr. E. Robert Arthur, pastor of Holy Redeemer parish in Ken- sington, addressed the student body at the Na- tional Honor Society as- sembly. Members of the Moreau Chapter of the NHS are C. Borger, P, Davis, M. Cook, E. Tripp, M. Corgan, J. Lynch, O. Baish, P. Lyons, C. Bodenlos, P. Dillon, K. Evans, B, Faller, P. Medlar, C. Haile, M. Meyer, M, Hurley, P. Sweeney, R. O'Leary, R. DeMouy, E. Sipkov, B. Hartke and P. McDonough. - , ,tl ... il- We ye got a team and there s nobody prouder D Nichols J Krisor E Sullivan and J Mosheter seems to sum up the happy attitude of our volley Second row J Grimme M Cotter M J Curran ball girls represented by First row K McAleer M Hartke J McGrath andC Guidara I, 'T f w sl- f3uhuv CNynqnans huh iu I N ith! xx ll .,. 4 A- --1 -1 ., .J A "- I l "7 v tfearn Detrimental to every game are these officials, without whose dependability there would be no game? Tlmekeepers R. O'Leary and O. Baishg scorekeepers R. Lanman and E Schanzenbacherj half-time orange girls lbehindh A. Costello and N DeWaId They've got plenty of pep and plenty of steam-but what cz jump? Leading the Varsity on to victory are: S. Morrison lkneelinglg Second Row: T, Gib- bons, G. Policelli, B, Faller, M, Donovan, ond P, Deffellesg Third Row: M. Fisher, K. Evans, K. Cotter, and E. A. McGarra- ghy, reaching for the ceiling are S Tracie ond C. Duffy. Mae And the score goes up another notch os this loyal cheering sec tion, led by M. Donovan and S. Tracie, demonstrates their enthusiosrn, Ac 1 ur If .I ,- lv Q- l I X , I , , , 5 so We This was our first year in the CYO League and we faced competition squarely, finishing with a lO-3 record. Providing the spirit and teamwork for such an outstanding record were: Bottom row-J. Bar- bono, P. Dillon, P. Goettelmann, D. Gilmore, M. rx n 4 vi i, , Xi i, HLA , sl ,v in ,, m .., s. I .,,h jill 3 ' .V A rf? . if 'f i . 4 4 cg ,wry Hurley, F, Brinker, J. Perrell, Second row-C. Chambers, C. Reid, A. Haley, P. Harrison, P, Glea- son, K Dougherty, Third row-C. Londenburger, A, Moldenhouer, D Griffin, J, Trossevin, E, Claire, BucQeis...Bounces...Bows ii ru. lt's a good lump and the ball is tapped to an HCA forward in our thrilling game with Regina. They spelled victory with o These J, V. cheerleaders are top left-C. Joyce, E. Don- ovan, U. Lawlor, J. Golibort, Judy Jolickee, L. Ernst, M O'Brien, J, Joliclcee, M Moser, E Dobbins F, Pezzanite in center is it i .fy ei I 5 P i l 9 l I 5-'rl'-wf'r,PwP132t SCORE STORIES THEY Regina St. Ma ry's, Leona rdtown O'Connell Notre Dame Holy Name St, Patrick's Immaculate Conception St. Anthony's St. Cecelia s Sacred Heart St. Mary's Alexandria Holy Trinity Immaculata Completing a great season with a 9-2 rece orcl, the Junior Varsity smiles at the birdie The new blood for the Varsity includes, Bottom row: F. Brown, K, Hurley, M. La- Fond, G. Lavellcg Second rowi S, Brown, G Johnson, C. Grimes, E, Priolo, N. Hindman Third row. T. Bloszek, Mi Moldenhouer I Labouvie D Dompka S I-licks B McDon ald Fourth row S Glasheen C Viner P naldi r h ars a Wi C Gregorio Top row M DcWald C Gvet telmann M Maginnis 5 Z ' , f' 5 ,QV, , , , Q W fr f i i rj ,X Christy Chambers, president, Girls' Athletic Assn Miss Elizabeth Dawson, Coach ,J Tig? I ls ' ilg ! Q, ,f " w,-, n 7 ' T w , , I 14 A I 5 - ..f .-on , , nl" X, Y? v- f 9 n UNDERCLASSMEN N This joy of knowledge is offered to you . . . Do not be among those who neglect to relish it as it deserves who let it slip by carelessly during the years of opportunity which will never come back againr Pius Xll Happy freshman enter an all-new world of opportunities. Making friends learning new ideas adjusting to a variety of class schedules-all help to widen their scope of interest and intelligence. The traditional hard year finds our sophomores deep in study. Biology and geometry widen their horizon in pedigogical pursuits. Our juniors enioy a poise and precision of thought that gives them the opportunity to demonstrate their qualities of good lead- ership. The underclassmen are worthy of our admiration. They have found the "joy of knowledge." The first days of school find R. Hurleigh, M. O'DonneIl, S. LoRoche, D. Casson and S. Hicks getting acquainted. Sllese Are Our Class o I' That final bell is the best, according to J. Hale, C. Kendall, R. Keenopple, J. Gallagher, K. Herbert, M. Hamburg, W. Greening ond J. Gerardi. i 2 . NJ .V . .N Fountains spell mischief among fresh- l M i 'AWKJ ."- ,I men such as L. Groves, E. Edmonston, h ' ' ' l M. A. Caruso, C. Barnett, C. Branch, 4 N . f K. Enzler and A. Day. li , X .-, -- I , 5 J ,X . Hresgmen 1953 'S Early in the school year the fresh- men elected K. Bowen, S. Brown, J. room chairmen, Comparing notes are M. A. Fox, M. P. Daly, D. E. Fulton, C. Czarniak, C. A. Hook, 4. 1 ,. ll A. Curtis and S. Markward as home Funkhouser and A. Fields LA C' - C fi' iffsigiil. new fa .WJ N43 MN 1 ,SNR i Lwaf II, V t i Li., The friendly freshmen who welcome back Karen Jungblut Con crutchesl are C. Doyle J. Maloney, C. Stanton, L. Kropp, J. Cumberland, J. Livingston, S, Malasefski, J Jalikee, and S. Marshall. ft- tywwmfi? H , M A n . . A. 2' ff 7? -fif A bx- . , -N' I ow f ' ,X f 4 I fs, 5 it 4 Q Raising of the Stars and Stripes on the west campus finds R. Francella, R, Beach, L, Bed- narek, M. DeFeo, B, Cronin, L. Bienvenue, M. Donovan and P. Corcoran at attention. 65 ,N x g . A? X- iz S ' .. is I 1 r ' " J' . rw' J 5 3 Y i A KJ l X ' 4 ' il b P 4 'T .Aw in X :N x .nh 'Q ' 9-f If Waiting their turn to get to their bulging lockers are S. Reidy, J. McKenna, D. Hess, A. Hintersehr, M, Kivlon, C. McCarthy, J. Kaiser and B. Kahlbacher. At the business office desk Patricia Green, find P. Mulville, R. Mooney, L. Pulliam, P. senior, acts as information center for these Simpson, C. Plunkett and L. O'Connell en- new freshmen, Front row: P. Ricci, J. laying a trip to the principaI's office, Moy Murphy and E. Reed. In the back row we they always find it soY x . its ' 3 ? 3 9 X 'S-- Qt, . '- S- .. , N-5' csxx X fs. SNA f Before school, during noon hour and after school Sister M. Ray' mond is always on hand with her cheery smile and special school supplies to meet the needs of oll, These freshmen, C. Foltyn, D. Day, L. Appold, M. Carroll, M. Cassidy, E. Dob- bins and K. Beller seem happy with their purchases. T 3 f t ,i . if Q sa XJ., l l fires 'fs , r 1 , . l " Q 1 The chapel offers solitude to many girls. From their earliest days at Holy Cross they develop 4 the habit of making a visit during lunch hour These freshmen L. Walsh, M. Williams, M, Sul- . Iivan, D. Walls and K, Becker are not an ex- ception. FX , f ,M ,Z Y 2' I X 1 .,. L' lncrediblel It appears that M, Warnock, R Springmann, J, Peplar, M. Ryan, M. Stewart and D Weeks actually enjoy gym classes, x f 2 T ' ' ,T x ft 1 1 - 2 f """'-?-.. 'if A ' fl "" , ,. ,J 2 ' X , ' N. if ., y X xv Xx- ,1 .. Q '41 . 'W it , ..i. sift 2 T i . K 41 ,ff S 3 Freshmen join the TAB TEEN-AGE BOOK CLUB. Money changes hands as N. Caldwell, E. Donovan and A. M, Hall give their orders for current paperbacks to M. Hersberger, TAB secre- ,,i 'ff --"'...f.g5f-4 - ' The unabridged dictionary has a strange fas- cination for the ever growing vocabulary conscious freshies, J. Murray, R. Joliet, M. ,A J. Hawkshaw and L. Jones find the book ' almost os big as they are. ll tary for Room lO3. if - X ,- 1 "N 1 I as N px Q xx x YI A, L. 5 W ig p. V' X f .5 4 - . n x X i i I Bf:X X. fs . , -., - ' U ' D Happily looking forward to participating in school activ- ities are J. Brennan, J. Bis- good, J. Cullen, M. Alexan- der and O. Crisafulli. iv i l..-....w. r. f As k S--F ,. ko' . X V. , .X ,mv 'K ,. B E' Ah! The popular "pause that refreshes." Taking advantage of food and fun are T. Kiefer, B. Laney, U. Lawlor, S. Le- Strange and L. Koiner. mx X ful- X Y ""L ' I 1 ..-x fair' 1 r . A, x g . fs W," -'gli bv "Life is just a bowl of cher- ries" for: Back row-L. Hil- lock, M. Lapus, A. Kohlhaas. Front row-C Grimes, M. Marino, N. Himes and C Gregorio. A l Waiting for their car pool drivers find S. Glasheen and J. Golibart rockin' and roll- in' while M. Gomache, A. M. Green, L. Hahn, M. Hart, A. Harrup and N. Gallagher relax at the students' en- trance after o busy day. ill l 'iva- Sapharncre harneracrn presrdents. Margaret Galiagher, Herd: Labcuvue, Mary Frances Pez- zannfe, and Nancy Hwndrrran gaze happily over their classmates, L. - -. 4,53 I "Sing along with us," echo C, Kane, man, D. Gardner, A. Gerardu, and C J. Dobrowski, C. Joyce, C. Goettle- Hurley. Q17 V i M' . W Y-.G1..'g1,- - M--- o 5Hese Are Cut ,J Sopgomores L xiii K Takmg fume our for o qulef prayer are M Hartke R H g gms F Grlzzord and M Davls C ass 1962 Three o clock bell and then the fun beglns on t you thunk L Lear L Edgely K McAleer M M. Love- less G Johnson K Gabbons M Kelly J Jalickee, and S McKean show nt? I I F . L, lil " i Y' , New A g or M , m .' fill l ,, I fx K 5 ' K ,.,,. VV V ' ' 5, Q A - ' tl if - . , , i - , I 4 3 D , , , , , V l I, . I I l. A 0144, l- mf M K 4 l ""'-Q 7 P Markward M M Magenms M M Mullenholz L Kuhn Lynch P Merkel ond K LeBlanc show thenr Pepsodent smules for Mr Bruggs our photographer X 7 Y . On the "stairway to success" are: J. Draper, -'L J. Masheter, M. B. DeWold, M, Cotter, K. Carlson, and K. Conroy. gil Friendship is a perfect blend- ship with: D. Allen, P. Dev- in, E. Baldersfon, B. Van- Meter, T, Crowley, L. Cico- lello. E -I xx I f Di i r- 5, " ,R 41 xl n 14 I ' I 1 - A .i-P' "All day I face the barren waste without a drop of water." This seems to be the theme song of H Duvall, K. Barbour, M. J. Curran, K. McSweeney and R. Disdier, 1-Ki. ' efwwm-Kuhn-aw-W., ,M lfiill f Sr I 1 1 W 4 l Relaxation rates high among sophomores C. L, Ernst, T. Blaszek, R. Davis and P. Burney. Guidara, M. Hamilton, D. Dompka, M. F. Gerardi, "When I grow up to be a sen- ior," appears to be the specula- tion of P. Driscoll, A. Hammer- backer, B. Himmelberger, P. Gaegler, S. Charlton, B. Dono- van, and C. Elbin as they ex- amine the new parking area for upperclassmen. O W i an r ' l 1 i ,A V E 3 I F!! up V WA I -A in P .. . 73 ight squeeze!-or so it seems with C. Palese, E. lngold, B Milams, B. Roddy, V. Sheehy, S. Foley, P. Gretchel and D. Ander- 1962 hifi l ' if , i L 'i 3 ci' lA. l ' i l i i QV ,,.1'w.f.w .rf AL W ' - K .4 We iii EA--,i , "Over the mountain" climb A. Coyne F, Brown, H. Dinger, D. Burke, B. Berry K. Corliss, K. Cook and L. Abell. "N, Wallets can be very interesting, especially when they contain pictures. Surely M. Ourand, D. Doolan, R. Yinger, M. L Underwood, F, Pezzanite, P. Stimac and P. Rinaldi will agree with this wi iul""'w X i 0 ' "5 f"' f """7 4- NR 5 Keeping informed on current topics ore J. Musgrove, D. Lovin, ond B, Brezon. 'Q,?mnfh.-.- ' 'x 1 A Q HE. "For the Dduse thot refresh, K H ,,f' K! +4 L i -h ck!"' lt P. , ,Q I feilmuilfig. vfiiffe, 39289, A H N- . , i ownz, C. vanef and C. wolf. ' ' i j I .W j ' -4 A ZW . .,,.,. 4. 66 of ii , VAYYAY , ' QA? vvwr- 'R' " Q K A A A L 59 ' V71 5-' ', V 7 NKAK J il 'PL ' ' 4 IRR . x X A -. "T J x -M'-D N "Q ll P' . M? Q if I, ' XX fl ' X i x -w--M Mi W 1 x "Calorie corner" finds M. Hczmmerbocher, M. B. Hudson, S. Meenehon, M, McCarthy, B. Long, C. Lopp, G. Lovelle ond M, J. LoFond. 75 4. if 'L ff Q 5 f l l +L , ., ' ,flwli 1 I 3 W 5. E .Q Gazing "beyond the blue horizon" are S. Overath, B Sullivan, J. Montedonico, S. Southcomb, L. Soo and M O'Brien. "Whatl There isn't any water?" This seems to be the funny situation in which P M H , c ugh, C. Harris, M, Klein- Sorge, B. Gadbois, L, Kadle, J. Gibbons and M. E, Alba find themselves, .gif U'-:'. ,if . K. -f-A1 ' 71, A A 'X W' -- f V la 1 115' " -lf' A J ' ' AA. , a . A . 1" '1 . AY f I I 1 ' 1 ' v , E, r lk . I, . . wf , fo, .4 ' x l X lf t J x' , s . xi. I S K j 4 ' These sophs: M. Pulzone, J. Livingson, P. McCormick, J. McGrath and P. Kirch- ner exchange notes on the day's work as they wait for their car pool driver. Q.-- 25' 1. ,. ,-9949927 . A. v . K 4 ,fe X N ' l 1 1 l 4 .. sealant' new ",,,,,.,... 9-4 y I -A 'li 5. Q 'M tray H as .f,kzL3L'A X og, we .N ,L l 4 CD11 .,L':. ,J wi .op '9 I '1 I X. 49' ln- 4 Rf?- , . I" ' i ,, 'G ' f l Laughing their troubles away ore T. Zorou, F. DeSando, A. Salamy, E. Priola, S. Sisson, M. J. Den- ningham, S. Steinmetz and J. Sin- cloir. "All this for only 5351" exclaims L. Myers to P. Morris, B. Nolan, K. Miller and M. A. Micolizzi. x-'i , I - f 4 Z s .47-45 "Come eorly ond get o seat," is the motto of B. Greotorex, with P, Gregory, B. Goetz, R. DiGeorgio, M. Durbin, B. George, M. Frick, G. Sl Y '.. Zfrese Are Qur Class o Joyful additions to the Silver Belles ore juniors B. Browne, M. Kiefer, T. Atherton, and ot center front, M. Cook. 1 s f ' ' xf- 1. 1 . 5 I .! X 4 'rar ll B .41--Diff: . B 1-Y' W- ,-Q G t- ,-..,..-B. fs f .H 1-1- ,fi i i A ,, '44 Q 4 -f- 4- A' Giebel ond E. Federline who ride the C. 81. L. Bus eoch day. uniors 1 'wb 961 f' Q1 ill The ever-popular telephone is given the rush by V, Kragtorp, L. Miller, P. Harrison, A. Leonard and B. Kozak. Gleefully returning to class are L. Sweeney, K. Cronin, B. Browne, K. Zepp and C. Williams. Note we soy gleefully! T9 Comparing class proceedings are junior home room presidents, F. Brinker, S. Porter and A Phillips. v f X Microbes, mice, and moti- vation drow C. Sabotini, M. Smyth, K. Reeve, P. Voegt- li, S. Stevens, J. Shea, F. Scramlin and S. Serofino to browse through the books acquired from the Traveling Science Library. unfrii imviilis siiiu ANLHUR WNV RUS E Umiiliii r , K 4 f e 15,6 ,S-wwe, -0 we ji Q N 1 1 Who is he?" ask G. Policelli, Y. Solamy C. Reid, D. Soo and S. Spencer whiie Ieafing through the "Action, camera, roll 'em," echo movie ex- P. Gleason as they line up the AV equip perts B. Hartke, J. Grimme, V. Godfrey and ment to be used for a class project. "Smile pretty," is the decision for the day, as J. Krisor, E. De- Lacy, C. Dougherty, M. Wan- Iess, B. Evans, J. Davis, M. Fisher, S. Tracie and L. Deming indicate. 1' X18 X ' ' 'JSI 1535 L' . Q bf it ' Y A k 5,57 V, i' ,lx A 2915325 'qw 'f K tkr, 1 V A f "- 4:4555 1 , 5 252, A qw 4 5 I I ff' W4 W QQ :HWS e .rw .ff rf . 1 ' x -,, . 7 ff" , S. Murphy, V. O'Connell, M. Hein, H. Chet Huntley for the news. Nummey and J. Perrell are as avid os "Take time out," say P. McDonough, N. A. Moldenhouer, P. Lambert and S. Kuhn. McCarthy, A. Morris, J. Barbano, A, Laney, A 1 X ,Lf 'J , M- sf? , A if Q. 5 wan.. 1 i 455 .vu . R M 3 Ti? Fifi, 'fb X.. Ir" if 6, . V' J X . - fix . I Q 'J . . . fi - -ll m f M ' . Q59 i M ' i ' R' ,ff ' f , 1 I . i r n' AAIA V VV QA 'AX , , "Sing along with us," is the message ing. R. DeMouy, J. Foster and M. I ' f of M. Nickerson, M. Corgan, M, Enz- Coyne are seated. I . L. i These mod hotters, M. Walburgh, J. Kelly, E. Warring, R, Trainor, L. Minnich and M. Martin put on the top hat for the Freedom Fling, Ier and S. Gallagher who are stand- -' 1' FE?" sn, fn if wg. n 'W . Q?i"4iQ2 4' V 7 in W ' Yaruiyg , ,. ' W haf: .' Q ,Q , . , J bfi Qi: ,A Ji . I ' V,,Q ,erfi a ,M- I My ,Win fd 1' ' . KI,-I ZA- V 'T ' Q ' ,1 'Vai' .' 1' f' I ' :-.1'y.. nk J ff. fr' , 1 I , 1 v ' ,,. Q ,L .xii I, ' f. , 0 f 'f .. ,, - L4 , , lj my , ff' L 1 ,,. ,Wil H if, v ' r 'nf .4f-V. A f J GSP' ' ' 4f.fu,vk -.f'!n 3',U.p hJ,,f: fwgmfgq w e 1 fy, Lf Q' ,P ff 'Q' ' x'5lf5f.'f" Lf. gy' ,J iff' . 9' ,.. -...4 an-sung . if ff' , if " ' , -4 IV ,,,... Q . 5 M' .Q ,mf Ml 'fbi 3 " J .unf- if ff 'lllll lillll FUTURE i t i l gl E 1 ll ll T it lglilt E if 1 E kill' my lliil l 'li . 'ills ll f X X X f 1 My lil ll "Never, we believe, never in the course of the history of humanity have events re- quired on the part of young women so much initiative and daring, so much sense of re- sponsibility, so much fidelity, moral strength . . . in a word, so much heroism." Pius Xll The years have slipped quickly through our fingers. We now stand at the gateway to the future. We have grown in virtue and knowledge under the shadow of the Cross. We have found a purpose in life as we prepared to step into tomorrow. The high- ways of life are many. From our ranks will come those upon whom the future of the world in later years will rest. How glad we are, and how grateful to beloved parents, good teachers and encouraging friends for a Catholic education. lt has taught us re- sponsibility, fidelity, and through prayer, has blessed us with moral strength to live heroic lives. LEADERS Y.: Ednrh Allnutt Closs Teom l Vorsuty Cheerleader 3 ee ub 3 Dromo :cs CSMC l A "Vx fa' Ruth Armstrong Glce lb l Lo rw C b CSMC Ruta Barbour Dromoflcs 4 Lubrcry Club l CSMQ Slmor if Elena Bcchtold 2 Glee Club 2 Lo C u CSMC l 4 di on Joan Bullough Pros Glee Club 3 4 Lofun Club Sllxcr CS l 4 CSMC l Charlene Brookbank O T cm l Lo m uJ CROSS Wl'x S l CSMC l 4 3 MS, ' mr, l 1 . K K, 4, GI Cl ' 1, 1 3,A,l CIL '41, Tl lu l,25 Q l-A , Q l,2, ' Bell Y I -A .-10" U 4 P f 7 . X ff g , I y 1 I ' 72' AAJK: 7 1.4 f ,Qi . 1' Jv lm fm Ib l,2, ' " Cl 0 , r Cl l l,2, , 'D l f 7 . QC ff' K Olrvra Balsh Nat I Delegate to Whufe House Con ference on Educatrorw Area Delegate Judrth Carnahan CYO 4 Class Sec 4 CSMC Sec 3 Glee Clu I CSMC 1 4 Glee Club l 4 NHS 4 Charlotte Bodenlos Vnce Pres Lnbrary Club 4 Glee Club 3 4 GLEANER 4 CSMC 3 4 NHS 4 QS- Mary Helen Betty Class Team 23 Latm Club CSMC l 4 Mary Frances Bradley Glee Club l 4 Latm Club l 2 CSMC Anne Ma ne Borger CCAC Representatuve 2 3 4 CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 Snlver Belles l 4 Dro matscs 2 3 4 C ass r fb , 'A it I ,f f .. . , I I' 3 . I b , - . I -1 2 I- t I X 3 1 1: T35 gi Wrsl nj , rllls - I , X!! -4 ,, 2 X f y e I2 I- l-4. ' l C ' 5 19 is fi Cv? Nancy DeWald Lotn Cub l 2 Vcrszt Snlver Belles l 4 1 Kathleen Cor 3 CII 9 Dromotucs l 3 Lotrn Club l CROSS WINDS l CSMC l 4 Carolyn Connors Transfer l2 Glee Club 3 CSMC Representative 3 4 'S Hr' J' 'R 1. X Q 9 f m fb I U N ul . o W ar ra QQ Cm U-fb WQ JXC U' Jr.. U5 gm E95 53 "o gl' 32 mls uw 90 If Z O I O Z7 A Llbrory 90 ,f Elnzabeth Collms Class Team l2 JV l2 Glee ub l2CSMCl4 N ? Patncna Davls S 3 urll 8. Scroll Class Pres 3 NH 3 GLEANER 3 Editor CROSS 8. AN CHOR 4 Senzor Cl'- Cathne Connor C ass Team l 2 Glee Club 2 3 4 Sl ver Belles 34 DramaT:C5 3 GAA Pre Margo Cohn CROSS WlNDS l Library Club Dromatucs 4 GLEANER A .1- Ji-W Chnsty Chambers 4 Vars1ty34 Sec Lrbrary Club 2 CROSS 8. ANCHOR A C ass Angela Costello Class Treos 3 Dramarucs 3 Varslty Clweerleader 3 CSMC Representative 60 9-e K Eumce Clour a Tcarr 2 Glee u l Llbray Clu 1 2 CSNAC l 4 2 3 4 Anne Mane Chevalier 91 Class Team l 2 Glee Club l Library Clal: 2 CSMC l A I rx- ,M v 'p I E' Q? A- 'v ' V 'Zee A, l , 'sm' I l l l , Q. , , Q la I C I Q A 2, Cl - ,L ,I C.: b I f r W C . r A r ,ff A by gl Ai R 'R L S: a 2 A.- , . ,ff bww A, Q- 1 'i in ' Q Y , ,A . i . 4,11--ar-'rraneQ.mmg.i,m,u,-,,,.,z.,,. . ,n,?-an M 4 N A- wa-...,N,,, A, k,,,,, Royalty of Our Lady includ- ed Princesses C. Bullock, E. Clair, E. Rice and E. Schan- zenbacher, on the left of May Queen M. Shea, and Princesses S, McMahon, C. Landenburger and N. De- Wald are on the right. Shooting the breeze during "coffee break" are E, Mc' Ginley, M, Betty, P. Dillon, C, Goodwin, E Gilmore, J Trosseyin, E. Dunbar, K Gallagher and l.. Richards 'vvfwlvn-dylan r-,xvq-f . if M Calamity Janes of our fresh- man year were J. Manning and C. Myers. ew Elriencls . Qym Classes., Variety Sliows ., hi Uh S """Q.,. Many dignitaries visited our school that first year. Among them we were privileged to wel- come Mother Kathryn Marie, C.S.C., Superior General of the Sisters of the Holy Cross. Her charm and simplicity captivated E. Clair, M. Betty, A. Stewart, K. Gallagher and C. Halle. Silver Bellesu. Spring gormal... Cur 3irsf year. P Goettlemann M Edwards E Ryan O all help to see that Sister Miriam our first Baish E Dunbar P Dillon and E Schwedler principal is not forgotten at Christmas 93 Pamela Dullon Class Pres I 4 Varsvty 3 4 Copy Ed :tor CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 CSMC l 4 NHS 4 Os Z Joan Doyle Class Team I Dramatucs Club 2 Lubrary Club l La In Helen DeMarco Glee Club l Lotm Club l 2 C MC rf", Paula Dowlmg 'mf' Class Team l 2 Dramatlcs 2 4 CSMC l 4 Semor Mary .lo Dobyns Glee Club l 2 Dramatlcs 2 3 CSMC 94 Maureen Donovan Cass Vlce Pres 2 Glee Club 14 Varslty Cheerleader 34 Dramotucs ,lf I f ,g f 7 X' 1 K 1.7 l f K l 5 ' ' K I' l A , ' 5 A I . E T a 'C . 1 l, g ' I l,2.' z A ,z S IV4. K is r 'zu kj: ' . ' jf, ff' I 1 l-4. ' ' ' ' l ' - . j - Q 3,4, ' ' Qtr. f' Margaret Dlller Glee Club l 2 GLEANER 34 Pho tographer CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 CSMC l 4 L !DL Ellen Dunbar Pres Student Council 3 4 Class Pres , , CCAC Representative 3, Glee Clu l,2,3 'ff Carroll Duffy I Pres CSMC 2 3 4 Varsuty Cheerlead er 3 4 Dramatlcs 4 JV Cheerleader Glee Club l Lvbrary Club l Suv r Belles l CSMC l 4 rf' Mary Jo Edwards Class Secretary l Glee Club l 4 m Club I 2 CSMC l 4 NHS 4 Ol' Duane Edmonds Transfer l23 Dramatscs 4 CSMC Class Qi 1 4 4 ff' ff, 3-- 1 I I , , ,Y 3 K, a f h , E 8 Janet Datko l,2,l l l g ' g 'le F sz f -Q ' l f C 'Sf g w IL - 4. ' ' l I l 1 27 1 ' 'l - ' b . wifi fb 'ig '91 'Q' Duana Gnffm Class Team I2 Varsnty 34 Latin Club I2 CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 Mary Fnnnessey Transfer I 2 Dramatacs 3 4 Varslty 3 Class Presndcnt 4 Kaiherlne Evans Class Sec Treas I Varsuty Cheer leader 3 4 Bus Mgr CROSS 8- AN CHOR 4 CSMC I 4 NHS 4 Q? 1 Sandra Fredencks Class Team I 2 Glee Club I Lnbrary Club I 2 CSMC I 4 Margaret Gallagher JV I Class Team 2 Dramotucs 2 3 Lxbrary Club I Patrncna Green School Offnce 4 CROSS 8- ANCHOR 4 CSMC I 4 Serum' .ii , I I , fiw , - I rf, ' 1 A . ,Qa- T' I ,1 . I Z , 5 , 5 ' ,J ' , .lk I I KT' , av , A ,Ii-91. ' A , 'S I. I XL K I ,C I , ,? I VFW" ' X 1 " V , I f f 1 I "7-N Ruta Ann Funk Class Team 2 Glee Club Dra matucs 3 CSMC 1 4 Barbara Faller Llbrary Ciub I 2 Varsny Cheerleader 4 Dramoncsl A C C Ag '91 Harrie! Floh e Club 23 Dramatrcs I CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 CSMC 'ci Paula Goertelmann brow Ciub 4 CSMC 1 4 3 .rf NHS 4 Barbara Ferrari C ass ass Team I 2 JV 12 Latin u 2 Library Club I 97 Carole Goodwm Class Team 2 Dramafcs 4 CSNC .S , 1' x 5 ' ,O uv' I ' t 'A' Q f' C 53 -v as 1 C- 5 . ' V 1' Q 1,25 - fr . X ,V Gle , , ' ,3,4g 52 g I-4 JV L2, Varsny 3,4, Sec-Trees L .M O Wg J 'm .I V " - if , Y f 7 A , 'l I C I , v f ' 3, ,3,, SM 2.4, Cl , , , g ' Cl b 1,5 ' ,2. 1.4 I ' 2 Fiercely competing with Perry Como for the "reIaxed' look are P. Dillon, C. Bullock, J. Carnahan, K. Evans J. Childs, E. Sipkov, P. Tolson, H, Flott and D. Mills Summer Uniforms... Busily serving the hungry "Little Singers of Paris" are Sister Emerentia, P. Lyons and J. Lynch. Cupicfs Ball... Christmas Concert... Sister M, Caroline and Joan Lynch seem pleased with the dciy's "take" in the bookstore. 12- If While P Lyons is checking her balance A Stewart tests her QOFS Diseciion Kiismfiffle Singers.. .QI eaner... Gut Second year We were nervous at first, of course, but we learned to take our bows with grociousness when the Christmas Concert provided us with o curtain call. Ehzabeth Gnlmore ass Pres 4 NHS 3 Stu n Pres 3 Art E nor A Councrl Vuce CROSS 81 ANCHOR 4 Varsity 34 pognug Hgnnun Transfer I 2 Dramatucs 4 CSMC 3 4 Margaret Horman ee Club 3 4 School Offnce CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 CSMC I 4 Genevneve Kmnahan Class Team I2 JV I2 CSMC Senior fri' Donna Hrllock Glee Club I 4, Dramahcs 3,4, Latin Club I,2, Library Club I,2 IOO Constance Haule Class Sec Treas I Student Councrl Vuce Pres 4, Pres Dramatic Club 3, CSMC I 4 NHS 4 ' ' l ,D lfv f rf , yr" , A .gffllv I 71 A I, ' r ,f" - . X x Cl . I- , 5 de T I ' ' V . , Q d't I GI , Q ' 4: If i, I -lk, , X V I ,A My A , fl , 2 . J I-4. A I ' - ' Z Donna Hoagland Glee Club 3 Lotm Club I 2 CROSS WINDS I Vice Pres CSMC 4 Carol Helnleln Club I 2 CSMC I 4 ik P" fir "'e-A I Moira Hurley Lotun Club I 2 GLEANER 3 4 suty 3 4 Dromotlcs 3 4 Var Maureen Hayes Dromctncs 2 3 4 CROSS WINDS I Lnbrory Club I 2 CSMC I 4 lOl 'Nea ,ff Sandra Hersberger Class Iecm 2 CSMC I Maryland Hurlelgh Lotm Club I 2 Drcmotlcs 4 GLEAN ER 2 3 4 CSMC I 4 C ass I V ' .I A ,, 3 3.45 1 f 'l , Y R ff X ' lil I ' 'z -4. fl Q if 4,, ' I Lf, I I , - I I Dromotics Ig Lotin Club I,2g Library 1 -' C, I Q 3 4 xl ,JI Y ,gg Q I B 4' I 33 'S el .- , " h 0 4 N: "A A y .- I , mr, J 1? I Y' , ff , fi' J! N Marjorie Koelle Dramatlcs 3 4 Library Club l CSMC Joyce Krebs Class Team I 2 Glee Club 2 3 4 Lat In Club l 2 CROSS 8- ANCHOR 4 K qq, Carolyn Lutfrell Transfer l 2 Glee Club 3 4 Dramat :cs 3 CSMC l 4 Sherry Moruson Class Team l 2 Varsnty Cheerleader 3 4 JV Cheerleader l 2 Latln Club O2 'KV Mary McMurrer Lafm Club l Z CSMC H'- Patrucuo Leonard Transfer l 2 3 CSMC 4 Senzor 19 ll Q X wg- , I Q: C To tf 1 ,-C, C ' I' I U 4 f' A g, 1.4. f , , , , J - 1.4. I 'J I I - B f so 384' , 7 C. 4 , JS' A x F K 1 ' ly2l I J ' ' U Regina Lcnman In Club l 2 G Club I2 u 8. Scroll 3 Asst Edltor GLEANER 4 Class Vuce Pres 3 NHS 3 Glee Club 2 4 Library Club 3 4 CSMC l I Mary Meyer Transfer l 2 Glee Club 3 4 Dramat :cs 3 4 CSMC 3 4 NHS 4 Chrlshne Landenburger Clas Vuce Pres 3 Treas 4 Drama? :cs l 4 CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 Class Geneva Loy Transfer l 2 CSMC 3 4 R in 1.,x Potrncla Lyons NHS 3 Dramafrcs l 4 GLEANER 3 A res Llbrory Club 4 Photographer CROSS 8- ANCHOR 4 , , 60 'fs . S3 - or .. lr' l' ' 1:- I , . I I I Lotl , , lee , Q Q ill ' ' ' ,ff ' ' ' Joan Lynch I , I I l , J I -4' ,f I 'Z .V 1' . P' .fi V 'VJJ' I ' K . ii Yr., , if 1' iff! ,. I Q f' I , , , , , S ' , . ' QP I. I ev H9 as f' 45" r Q KY 3 1-ww ' sd' 'x ai X gi'-4 'W if Perky pyromid pin-ups! Bottom row: B. Philpott, O. Boish, J. Trossevin, P. Lyons, A. Borger, ond E, Tully, Middle row: R. O'Leory, E. Rice, L, Richords, H. Flott, M. Hurleigh ond D. Mills, Top row: J. Monning, M. E. Gilmore, M. Leeney ond B. Foller oll "grin ond beor it" on Sports Doy. Lindo Browness refused to be o porty-pooper! She lond, D. Hillock, C. Duffy, S. McMahon ond S. moved to Comodo ond left N. DeWold, A. Cos- Morrison to sulk by themselves. tello, C. Morris, M. Donovon, E. Allnutt, D. Hoog- fa. ,Ik i ',,du,- . .N '.--f r I 'ra p f Beach picnic . . . o broken-down bus . , . hitch-hikers P. Medlor, M. A. Sciullo, R. O'Leory, P. Goettelmonn, E. Rice, E. Schan- zenbocher, K. Evons, P. Dovis, M. E. Gil- more, B. Folier, O. Boish, E. Dunbar ond M. Hurley point out the woy! Drivers' Eiceneesa. Hirst Ba5aar ,. 5fie Qonctoiiers .National Merit Exams... Hirst Stuctent Council unior Prorn...Our Gnirci year. We set the pace for "Mary-like" dresses for Brookbonk, C. Chombers, P. Davis, Third row: our Junior Prom by hoving o foshion show. S. Morrison, K. Puzzini, G. Loy, M. Sauer ond The models were-Front row: D. Stevenson, C. D. Hiilock. Hoile, J. Trossevin, E. Rice, Second row: C. 5,1 .7 Elizabeth McGarraghy Class Sec Treas 2 Vnce Pres 3 Var slty Cheerleader 3 4 Dramahcs 3 4 Kathleen Mor Umm Snlver Belles l 4 I Transfer l Glee Club 2 Vice Pres Dramaruc Club 3 CSMC 2 3 4 Patrlcla Medlar Glee Club 4 Lafln Club l 2 Sl v Belles l 4 CSMC Representatave 2 3 NHS 4 X, Wm Q Dorothy Mills Glee Club 23 4 Dramatlcs l 4 Ll brary Club 2 3 4 CSMC l 4 celene Manu Class Vice Pres 4 Glee Club Dramatncs 4 Lnbrory Club l 2 Carol Myers Class Secretary 4 Glee Club l CSMC Senlor . sq .qv is , Y f 1 5 . fflmwf W- ' 'RX - I 'lk - i ,f I ' l 4' - I I ' - I ' , j I I ' 5 Q ' - r I I I - l- g ' , g 'l er ' I I ,A rs, , nik-v, ,I AX be I In f" 3 Q,.,.-s,.- ers: , , 1 ' , 1 '- , I I I ' I ' ' - . , l,2g I I - I I l-4, . I Q' fb jx 2' Constance Marcheth Glee Club l Larnn Club l 2 Lrbra y Club I 2 CSMC l 4 Joanne Monnlng ee Club 234 In ub GLEANER 23 CROSS 81 ANCHOR 'L Colette Muur Vice Presrder1tCSMC 2 3 Class Team Maureen McKenna Class Treas 3 Vlce Pres 4 Drama? :cs 3 4 Latm Club 4 IO7 3- 3 Joyce Manning Class Team l2 CROSS WINDS l GLEANER 2 CSMC l 4 'Yummy Sharon McMahon Vuce Pres 4 ee Club l 34 CSMC l 4 Cass Treas l 3 C ass 3 as 'QQ . v 1 l -,A , .I Tkrf- I f , r J ' ,J ' f GI ,,, Lat' CI 1,25 4, ' ' , 3 -F3 ' f, vw " far- C, fl I l I I 1 V Ll fly' l l ,,,'-.gGl 2-. P , I: 19 Izllzabeth Nelson Closs Treos 4 Lubrory Club CSMC TN ff iv. fin 3 'ls Barbara Phllpofl' Class Sec 4 Dromoflcs 2 3 4 Llbror Y Clu I 2 CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 Ellen 0 Connor Dromofucs I4 GLEANER 3 CROSS WINDS I Latnn Club I 2 3 ? Gayle Rnoncla romorucs I Loran IU CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 CSMC I 4 Lorrame Rnchards Class Sec Treos I Trecs 4 Vorsnty 3 Giee Cl b u I4 Dromotncs I4 Amta Pnolo VI e Pres Glee Club 3 Lorn ub Sher Be 63 I4 CSM benlor KN ' 1 is vm - , I ,f I ' I' I I I , b , 1 . I ' ' - 2 : . 5 ' I,2: I-4. ,pw KX - 3 I sq, f. 1 ,- I ,X 'M D ha, ' C' b I,2g C . Q V I CI I,2, I II s -, C I-4, 6 . V . :Q 5? 5 :ax Patncua Peak Lubrory Club I2 School Off: CROSS 8 ANCHOR 4 CSMC I 3 'is Roberta O Leary oss Pres I S 3 Vuce Pre Glee Club I 4 Dromofncs 4 CSMC I 4 NHS 4 C ass fi gpw 4' ce Euleen Queenm Drom Y o :cs 2 Latin Club I 2 Llbrory Club 2 3 4 CSMC I 4 Kathleen Puzzunl Glee Club I 2 Dromofncs 3 C ub 4 CSMC I 4 'im Xa Brenda Roddy Glee Club I 4 Loran Club I 2 C C Ellen Race Class Vuce Pres I 2 Qunll 8. Scroll 3 Glee Club I 2 Edltor GLEANER 4 IO9 Lubrory S YA. I, A i l 1 QW! F' Lf Q' , ,V Spf I - fd' J' , M' , 'e'+-- ' ff . . , I X , Q ' 4: J -4. . . 4. ' Y ' r , ,f' M ' I , Q ' K' 1' I fgx- 1 , I I 1 I CI . , ec. , , ' - S. 4g l - l I - 1 ' , J SM I-4. 3 ff'-N, 1"- Noncy Rushmore l2 Glee Club 3 4 Latm CSMC l 4 Transfer Club 3 4 Elrzobeth Ryan Class Vrce Pres 3 Varsnty Cheerlead er 3 Dromatrcs 4 Srlver Belles 3 4 Margery sous' Transfer l Class Treas 3 CSMC l f' 'N M ,r Patrrcra Sweeney Class Vlce Pres 2 Sec 3 Pres Dro Z matrc Club 4 CROSS S- ANCHOR 4 CSMC I 4 NHS 4 Mary Anne Sculllo Glee Club 2 4 GLEANER 3 Library Club 234 CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 Ealeen Schanzenbocher Gee Club l 2 Latm Club l 2 mahcs 3 4 CSMC l 4 Senxor Dra R fwf- ' fs V y Z' F. . gl ,I 2 ' C , E i , I I ' . ' 1 . 1 -4. . 1 'ff' 1 .1 47,1 xx IFA F xt K' 1 A , y. 1 t V , L I C 1 'J My ist? I I f l I I , 9 ' . 2 3 . 'Ds L.. Ahce Stewart D omohcs I 3 4 Lotm Club I 2 Ll Elisabeth swkov brory Club I CSMC I 4 Moy Queen 3 Jace Pres Lnbrcry Club Llbrcry C ub CSMC NHS 4 '-'4 Dolores Stevenson SM I 4 J Guee cnub I 2 Dromofncs 3 4 CROSS Elume Schwedler CIoss Vuce Pres 2 Glee Club 2 3 A CSMC I 4 8. ANCHOR 4 CSMC I 4 III Potrucao Schaub JV I 2 Vorsuty 3 CSMC I 4 Helen Sugrue s Teom I 2 V I 2 Glee Club C ass N, ' W . ' Q-C , fu iw 1 If ia" I -3, ' , 1 I Z I I . . I f ' , , 1 , 1 '- .jx 1 . I , A 2g ' I 2,3,4g I-4g nl , I , ,VL2 ,I , 1 , V ,aye fig? Nm . 2 ' ,Tl I K , -"" , ZX ,, " I I I A H UGS , :J , 5 I, - ' ' ' C I C - . if Q I V fx-. ah.. , ,AFA H' in Class Rings 'M ...College Y l f . it Leading the Senior Class this year are homeroom presi Boards... 1 'l CHD feague i- X ..5est Zulies .Cross and A ncnor ew Hari' gons... ' 0 dents: Mary Finnessey, Pamela Dillon and Mary Eliza- Q S seth Gilmore. UI' ZUIOI' GAF. "Where are you going . . . I don't know. familiar phrasing of college-conscious seniors, Where are you going . . . I don't know . . ." who page through catalogues to determine echo J. Datko, D. Edmonds, M. McMurrer, K. courses, tuition, scholarship funds, and what Corgan, E. Bechtold and B Ferrari in the social advantages are offered! 1.3 T. KY ,XX , .-ff' ii in ' N ' I 7 4 ' ,',7f' f"S-J. x K gl Q. x .1 Senlor 5 Q ear ry p rf f-'mc r-fr fv- F1 TNG ' JO' L fr' L J, vfr' 0' X, f'W'Q :Jn Y J rw D eww fl HMA Q LVM f ' W WL ,- w' r lf! ff, I I fff f f f ff , f' 170 A X 1 f f 1 I '41 , I ff, f 1 l 1 fff If I 1 ,I X f , fl, 1 . . 7 .- 1 Me tire gf 'Cm' ,mf Cnc ' Qgaafx ffe 'fs i:twe.e: We ' Leif Q ' ?N,AT!flf7CIf Hjmiir C ,1QTf,, TGC EYQ6 '-N113 1 Q: iIw',V'NfC' -5 F nj: H1250 ,f ., wiiwiicffm ff..i-fm :Y LVQ Q1 -.3 we y T1 KC" '1 Fr.. rw ".,- Q ' Mwrin iiywt "uf in ,: "w:f,i,r'f:i Qicii- gofe To The 'V-f'h.rQ Hedge Conference C1 T' iorew ' C.- 5el,.,,, iwmj A .SJW CJ 'S ,CJ .wi Pave if 'Q.J5'E',Q ?5Q.w,9 Wiz- ' W ec W CJ W ffm: Qin! Ulm: ng fIfNN'l.E, tj fx f ' fn., , . I ,-1 fl ,ffl y I If ,If X ' fffff f . f fwff, ,, , ,f ,,,, 1 f,N X V fn, I ,, I , ' "" f fffllf' " f , , f 1, lil if I I If X 'f, ,f' 1 . f ff ' K, I ff ffx Jeonne Trossevm Varsnty 4 Sulver Belles 34 Cl s Sec Treas I CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 Elnzabeth Trapp NHS 3 Varsity 2 3 Dramoflcs 3 4 Lnbrary Club 4 Photographer CROSS -0-K., Z 8' ANCHOR 4 Anna Mane Tuna Lnbrary Club I CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 CSMC I 4 'E- Agnes Zahn Glee Club I 4 Dramatucs 8- ANCHOR 4 CSMC I 4 Senior 1 4 CROSS 'J- vu, Potncuo Tolson Class Team 2, Glee Club I, CSMC l 4 II4 'x -2 If Mana Vasconez Fransfer l,2,3, CSMC 4 5 K. I K fi I I A . ftliyglz ld F , ,I if .4 ' , ' . . I If ,J .- , Q I I , . . i 6 I I 55" , E' . . YS 4 f . , , 60 I Q' wr f"" Edna Wrctten rsny 3 V 2 Glee CSMC I 4 Mary Tully Glee Club I 4 Lctm Club I CROSS 8- ANCHOR 4 CSMC I 4 Yvonne Thomas Closs Team I 2 Vorslfy 3 Glee Club I CSMC I 4 S is W 'R 1 Z! Sandro Wolfe oss Se e u o Queen 2 CROSS 8. ANCHOR 4 Mary Beth Weber Transfer I CSMC I 4 Maureen Thompson Vnce Pres Glee Club 4 Dromotncs 4 Sulver Belles I 4 C ass I , J C i I , X' ,I j , Vo , J 1,, Club I-4 - 5 ,Zz f I gb I .QI 8'- V A -va. 1 I Q A 5 l l '21 ,Ill 'tx' 'J R' 1 ff rg L- ,ff gy , I S Q-,Wx r iffy, hz 1 Alf iy I I gf' ,f 'IQ ,HWY v All! If cu , 03,616 cub Ig My AQ' 2.2 SPECIAL il lllllll'lllllll llllllllllIlll'll 'V ' will ui li, ll l. .l' l Z . if - v ' r li "Great is this power of memory, exceed- ingly great, O my God . . . lt is a faculty of my soul and belongs to my nature." St. Augustine There were special events during our four years that will always be glamour-colored in our memory book. Baby Day when fresh- men entertain the seniors, awakens school spirit. When the National Symphony Or- chestra plays, we hurry back stage for auto- graphs. At the Christmas Bazaar we work and play, with a day of rattles, chances, candy cotton, and cakes. At the Father and Daughter Banquet we proudly introduce Dad as the "head of the house." Sports Dav in the Spring gives future Olympians our applause. Then comes the Junior-Senior Prom, the social highlight of our student world. We dream of it for months, our spe- cial dress, special hair-do and above all that special date. Each ot these events has its own special place, first at Holy Cross, and then in our hearts-forever. MEMURIES We Could Have Dancecf A11 igm in Swingin' ond swciyin' in Q fountain of youth ore Regina Lonmon and Pete Sisk who taste Porision fun ot our Junior Prom, "Aprif In Paris." AV' fa rf :oi Li L A l l s 3 A l u Once again we find ladies in the majority. Mrs, Costello, Mrs. Gilmore, Mrs. Landenburger, Mrs. Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Loy and Mrs. McGarraghy chaperoned our prom. Seventy-Six Gromgones .... Autograph hounds E. Sullivan, M. Gallagher, M. M. famous Howard Mitchell, who conducted the National Mullenholz and M. E. Davis enjoy chatting with world- Symphony in our own auditorium. fri 3 if A+. Z , S l'qvE - J . -,pa .F 'J Bagaars.. Banquets... Crime does pay for this young cake-pirxcher as the girls sell another pastry delight at the Christmas Bazaar! "Spin the wheel of fortune!" encourage M. A, Ryan and M. J Howkshaw to prospective gamblers at our bazaar. On the arnns of thelr best "beaux," daughters Ellen Rlce and Carroll Ann Duffy introduce their proud papas at the Dad and Daughter Communion-Breakfast. Ba5ies..Baftles...All 31111 The sack is back-and Holy Cross roadrunners can prove it as they hop down the field on Sports Day. : 5 xfe Suckers, suckers, and more suck- ers were eaten by our lollipop girls M. Marino, C. Miller, K. McMul- len, M. Hawkshaw, C. Miller and S. Mihm on Freshmen Baby Day. llfllere we Belong Allnut Eduth Box6 Rockvulle Md Armstrong Ruth 4410 Puller Dr Kensungton Md Baush Oluvua 3429 Patterson St NW D C Barbour Ruta 4616 46th St NW D C Bechtold Elena 4401 Woodfueld Rd Kensungton Betty Mary Helen 2404 Mason St Sulver Sprung Bodenlos Charlotte 210 S Summut Ave Gauthersburg Borger Anne Marue 1920 Belmont Rd NW D C Bradley Mary Frances 4525 North Chelsea Lane Be thesda 14 Md Brookbank Charlene 5017 Flanders Ave Kensungton Bullough Joan 1804 Sherwood Rd Sulver Sprung Md Carnahan Judy 3247 Patterson St NW D C Chambers Chrusty 1206 Summons Dr Rockvulle Chevaluer Anne Marue 3715 Veazey St N W D C Claur Eumce 4501 Saul Rd Kensungton Md Cohn Margo-4511 Cheltenham Dr Bethesda Md Colluns Eluzabeth 2419 Homestead Dr Sulver Sprung N W D Connors Carolyn 3830 Garfueld S NW D C Corgan Kathleen 5605 Park St Chevy Chase Md Costello Angela 5713 33rd St N D C Datko Janet 10414 Julep Ave Sulver Sprung Md Davus Patrucua 3408 Kenulworth Drwy North Chevy Chase Md Connor Cathue 3122 Patterson DeBroske Kathleen 2315 Parker Ave Sulver Sprung DeMarco Helen 3601 Isbell St Wheaton Md DeWold Nancy 3617 Quesada St NW D C Duller Margaret 4205 Glenrose St Kensungton Md Dullon Pamela 5606 Oakmont Ave Bethesda 14 Md Dobyns Mary Jo 7721 Old Chester Rd Bethesda Md Donovan Maureen 3151 Upland Terrace NW D C Dowlung Paula 3022 Chestnut St NW D C Doyle Joan 4622 Warren St NW D C Duffy Carroll Ann 9711 Lawson Pl Sulver Sprung Md Dunbar Ellen 5000 Moorland Lane Bethesda 14 Md Edmonds Duane 10423 Montrose Ave Kensungton Edwards Mary Jo 1600 Tuldon Dr Sulver Sprung Md Evans Katherune 6416 31st Pl NW D C Faller Barbara 6424 Barnaby St NW D C Ferraru Barbara 5529 30th St NW D C Funk Ruta Ann Shady Grove Rd Gaithersburg Md Funnessy Mary 9804 Culver Ct Kensungton Md Flott Harruet 4422 Stanford St Chevy Chase 15 Md Frederucks Sandra 2708 Blaune Dr Chevy Chase 15 Gallagher Margaret 4501 Harlung La Bethesda 14 Gulmore Eluzabeth 5111 Moorland La Bethesda 14 Goettelmann Paula 201 Vuerlung Dr Sulver Sprung Goodwun Carole 2901 Colluns Ave Sulver Sprung Md Green Patrucua 4811 Enfueld Rd Bethesda 14 Md Gruffun Duana 9315 Warren St Sulver Sprung Md Haule Constance 3207 Rollung Rd Chevy Chase Md Hannon Patrucua 3136 Oluver St NW D C Hayes Maureen 918 Vuers Mull Rd Rockvulle Md Heunleun Carol 2703 Arvun St Sulver Sprung Md Hersberger Sandra 2810 Dawson Ave Sulver Sprung Hullock Donna 12917 Valleywood Dr Sulver Spr ng Hoagland Donna 9626 Parkwood Dr Bethesda Md Harman Margaret 5805 Overlea Rd Sumner Md Hurleugh Maryland 7610 Faurfax Rd Bethesda 14 Hurley Moura RFD No 1 Rockvulle Md Kunnahan Genevueve 3716 Jenufer St NW D C Koelle Maruorue 3308 Molune Rd Wheaton Md Krebs Joyce 2709 Emmet Rd Sulver Sprung Md Landenburger Chrustune-806 Burdette Rd Rockvulle Lanman Reguna 4416 Westbrook L Kensungton Leonard Patrucua 4314 Westbrook La Kensungton Loy Geneva 10404 Leslue Ct Sulver Sprung Md Luttrell Carolyn 5022 Druud Dr Kensungton Md Lynch Joan 4507 Saul Rd Kensungton Md Lyons Patrucua 412 Stonungton Rd Sulver Sprung Md Mannung Joanne 5212 Hampden La Bethesda Mannung Joyce 4918 Aurora Dr Kensungton Md Maruorom Kathleen 9305 Sudbury Rd Sulver Sprung Morchettu Constance 1212 Delafueld Pl NW D C McGarraghy Eluzabeth 1339 Somerset Pl N W D C McKenna Maureen 2001 McAuluffe Dr Rockvulle McMahon Sharon 3705 Calvend La Kensungton Md McMurrer Mary 5807 32nd St NW D C Medlar Patrucua 11021 Maduson St Kensungton Meyer Katherune 5820 Bradley Blvd Bethesda Mulls Dorothy 4425 Walsh St Chevy Chase 15 Md Morrus Celene 7702 New Market Pl Bethesda Md Morruson Sherry 5500 Edson Lane Rockvulle Md Muur Colette 4701 Western Ave NW D C Myers Carol Ann 2407 Eugene St Sulver Sprung Md Nelson Eluzabeth 4517 Sleaford Rd Bethesda 14 Md OConnor Ellen 5115 Moorland Lane Bethesda OLeary Roberta 3600 Patterson St NW D C Peak Patrucua 13220 Holdrudge Rd Sulver Sprung Md Phulpott Barbara 5905 Bradley Blvd Bethesda Pruolo Anuta 4921 Chevy Chase Blvd Chevy Chase 15 Md Puzzunu Kathleen 11015 Gluek Lane Kensungton Ruce Ellen 3244 Aberfoyle Pl NW D C Ruchards Lorraune 8604 Hempstead Ave Bethesda 14 Md Ruonda Gayle 1413 Hopkuns St NW D C Roddy Brenda 8005 Westover Rd Bethesda 14 Md Rushmore Nancy 3505 Frederuck Pl Kensungton Md Ryan Eluzabeth 5508 Jordan Rd D C Sauer Margaret 4402 Everett St Kensungton Md Schanzenbacher Euleen 4406 Woodtueld Rd Kensung ton Md Schaub Patrucua 10111 McKenney Ave Sulver Sprlng Schwedler Elaune 6013 Goldsboro Rd Bethesda 14 Scuullo Mary Anne 10209 Parkwood Dr Kensungton Supkov Elusabeth 404 Oneuda St N E D C Stevenson Dolores 2074 Stanley Ave Rockvulle Md Stewart Aluce 5912 Woodacres Dr D C Sugrue Helen 3419 Cummungs Lane Chevy Chase Sweeney Patrucua 3104 Leland St Chevy Chase 15 Tana Anna Marue 11720 Georgua Ave Wheaton Md Thomas Yvonne 1405 29th St NW D C Thompson Maureen 24 Mulls Rd Gauthersburg Md Tolson Patrucua 9612 Cedar Lane Bethesda 14 Md Trupp Eluzabeth 251 E Montgomery Ave Rockvulle Trossevun Jeanne 3100 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One step beyond Commence- ment Day guides us into the future-that future which Pius Xll of beloved memory said belonged to Youth. We have taken that step now, and we go forward to the fulfillment of life. Some of us will find it in a business career, others will discover it in a happy marriage, and still others will be alerted to it in the service of God, the religious life. No matter in what area we find this anticipated success, the never failing mark of the pride and love eoch of us holds for Holy Cross will be expressed in her loyalty and con- tinued devotion to Catholic education through service to God and fellowmen. griends We rlonor The Most Reverend Patrlck A O Boyle Archbzshop of Washmgton The Most Reverend John F McNamara The Most Reverend Phlllp M Hannan Auxzlzary Bzshop of Washzngton Auxzlzary Bzshop of Washzngton Rt Rev E Robert Arthur Pastor, Holy Redeemer Church Kensmgton Rt Rev John S Spence Very Rev Thomas W Lyons Dtrector of Education Asst Dzrector of Educatzon Our Busmess Assoczafes BETI-IESDA MARYLAND Bethesda 40 Lanes 7651 Old Georgetown Rd Shorty s Hamburger Shop 7550 Old Georgetowv' Rd Clalre Dratch Inc 7615 Wlsconsln Ave Thompson s Seafood Restaurant 7935 Wxsconsm Ave Ayers Wxllxams Co 7240 Wlsconsln Ave One good turn deserves another, so our Mr I F1Xlt better kno n as Mr Evans, dlrector of mam tenance, shows the efflclent method a screwdrxver Frank s Barber Shop 4959 Bethesda Ave Bethesda Modeling School 7240 Wnsconsln Ave Strosmders Hardware 6904 Arlington Rd Record Tow n 10255 Old Georgetown R Blacklstone Inc 7351 Wlsconsm Ave Capri Casuals 10251 Old Georgetown Rd Charcoal Grlll 7212 14 Wlsconsm Ave CHEVY CHASE MARYLAND Chevy Chase Village Supply 6509 Brookville Rd Happy Tlme Togs 8530 Connectlcut Ave McIntyre Hardware X540 Connecticut Ave Parkway Cleaners Frnendshlp Beauty Shop 5416 Wxsconsm Ave KENSINGTON MARYLAND Loms Upholsterlng Company 3734 Howard Ave Richard s Salon of Beauty 10.305 Kensington Parkway Mlzell Lumber Company 10500 St Paul St Curtxs Bros Servxce Station 10520 Metropolitan Ave Kensington Esso Seruce Center Howard and Armory Ave Carlos Auto Shop 3788 Howard Axe Connecticut Knowles Pharmacy 10526 Connecticut Ave Vlctor Kensxngton Dept Store 3130 Howard Ave Kensnngton Pharmacy 44.39 University Bhd West Duxall I' ngmeerlng Lo Builders 1016 Connecticut Axe Acme 10504 Connecticut Ave Mark I'at Shoppe Inc 10407 Connecticut Ava ROCKVILLE MARYLAND County Federal Savings and Loan Assn North Perry St Twmbrook Beauty Salon 2017 Vners Mull Rd Worth s On The Plke 11616 Rockville Pike Welbxes Beauty Salon 706 E Montgomery Ave Sheffneld s Femmme Apparel 2119 Vxers Mlll Rd Mary Anna Restaurant 251 E Montgomery Ave Young Colony Shop Courthouse Square Congressional Plaza Bowlmg Lenten 1665 E Montgomery Ave Leland L Fisher Inc 201 Hungerford Dr SILVER SPRING MARYLAND Surhurban Investment t Insurance Co Danny s Pastry Shoppe 8313 Grubb Rd Wxlllam H Ball Agency 2201 Parker Ave D Goettelmann s Potter Shop 201 Vxerlmg Dr Esther Shop of Sllver Sprung S551 Georgia Ave Silver Spring Bakery 965 Thayer Ave Rock Creek Paxntmg Co 2213 Washington Ave One Hour Martmxzmg Dry Cleaner 948 Wayne Ave Gardner School of Busmeaa 8605 Cameron St Frank R Jelle'f Inc 8635 Colesvllle Rd Kvuk N Kleen 7 Hour Cleaners 12407 Georgia Ave WHEATON MARYLAND Wheaton Bowling Center 11240 Grandview Ave Anchor Inn Seafood Restaurant 2509 University Blvd West Chnt Sxsson s Esso Servnce Center 11310 Georgia Ate 1 ' v . . n ' - , ' d. -- - . ax ' . - ny ' ' . . 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Marshall Charles C. Diller Thomas H. McKenna Randolph Moreland Francis A. Gaegler Mr. 5 Mrs. John J. Murphy Mr. 5 Mrs. R. G. Sinclair Mrs. Barbara Wintermyer Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mr. Mrs Mr. . Claude L. Straub . M. A. Hess, Jr. Roy L. Smith John L. Wacker . Virginia B. Peck . Emma Sprinkle Thomas J. Donnellan, Sr. 5 Mrs. Karl H. Becker . John L. Luttrell 5 Mrs. Mr. 5 Mrs Seniors 4C Mr. 5 Mrs Mr. 5 Mrs Mr. Mr. 5 Mrs 5 Mrs. J. W. Carney V. C. Kohlhaas -Room 200 Justin F. Winkle George A. Winkle Clinton C. Hunter Mulville Sheamus P. Nunan Dr. 5 Mrs. Dr. 5 Mrs. C. S. Murphy Alfred F. Kubiak John Marchetti Thomas E. Curtin Mr. 5 Mrs. William T. Nummey Mr. 5 Mrs. M. A. Landenburger Helen Meehan Mrs. Richard Nesline Mrs. Blanche E. Dinger Miss Margaret Gaegler Mrs. J. R. McDonald Mrs. Robert P. Miller Mr. George Murray Mr. Marvin E. Winchester Mr. E. D. Jungblur Lt. Col. Francis A. Kalbacher Mr. Bernard Kropp Catherine'M. Kiefer Miss Mildred Simons Miss Sally Toole Mrs. John E. 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Miller Thomas Dawson Miller Mrs. Catherine McCarthy Mrs. A. L. Stevens Mrs. Carrie U. Sutton Mr. Charles Bailey John E. McLaughlin Mr. Julian C. Himes Mrs. Francis X. Auldridge Mr, Elphege Desgres Carl R. Eby Mrs. Frances Nelson Silk Miss Carrie O. Sutton Mr. Raymond H. McGivern Mrs. Ferdinand B. McGivern Miss Regina C. McGivern Mrs. Edward Dassing Richard Rose Mrs. Rose Springmann Mrs. Gordon F. Johnson Mr. B. H. Bennett Mr. 5 Mrs. Richard V. Loveless W. Marcerou Mr. 5 Mrs. J. Gardner Lawlor William I. Graves Lucille W. Magruder Mr. 5 Mrs. David Morris Mr. 5 Mrs. F. O. Day, Jr. Mr. 5 Mrs. Dominic DeGiorgio Mrs. T. E. Edmonstun, Jr. Annette A. Barricelli Col. 5 Mrs. Ismael Lapus Mrs. George A. Dorsey Mrs. Elizabeth A. Reid Miss Dorothy M. Rhodes Helen C. Agneu Connie Gallagher Toni S. Wax-mack Mrs. Thelma M. Foster Theodore A. Jordan Mrs. B. L. MacDonald Noel MacDonald Mr. Samuel Victor Mrs. Ann Locke Francis Potter Mr. 5 Mrs. E. B. Elliott Mr. 5 Mrs. T. B. 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Shirley Kuhn Christy Chambers Susan LaRoche Maureen O'Brien Angela Costello Joan Livingston Bonnie Jean Loney Alice Leonard Patricia Leonard Janet Livingston Kathleen LeBlanc Carole Joyce Kathleen Reeve Helen DeMarco Mary Durbin Leilani Jones Regina Joliet Donna Weeks Barbara Kahlbacher June Kaiser Sandra Fredericks Dale Norris Robin Hurleigh Jeanne Trossevin Mary Elizabeth Tully Olene Crisafulli Elizabeth Collins Louise Lear Eunice Clair Rosemarie Springmann, Sandra Charlton Joanne' Shea Judith Murray Pamela Simpson Donna Hillock Brenda Roddy Sharon Sisson Sharon Spencer Sharon Southcomb Harriet Flott Johanna Murray Christina Miller Jacqueline Maloney Suzanne Marshall Yvonne Salamy Jacqueline Sanders Arlene Salamy Barbara Faller Marcia Marino Sally Steinmetz Margaret Stewart Susan LeStrange Constance Stanton Helen Sugrue Emily Sullivan Susan Stevens Alice Stewart Joan Stevens "It's so easy when you use less toil!" assures Mary Ann Fox, she supervises Sharon Malaszafski and Gabrielle Peck who are on cafeteria duty. Constance Wolfe Margaret Loveless Geneva Loy Mary McCarthy Jacqueline Lynch Joan Lynch Diane Funkhouser Barbara Ferrari Edith Allnutt Linda Appold Mary Jane Hawkshaw Mildred Hart Anne Harrup Barbara Harding Mary Hammerbacher Lynda Walsh Brigid Evans Nancy Rushmore Nancy Himes Kathleen McMullin Lynda Hillock Rita Higgins Sally Hicks Christine Hess Mary Hershberger Sandra Hershberger Kathleen Ann Herbert Donna Lee Hoagland Carol Ann Hook Linda Horstman Judi Hospital Patricia McHugh Frances Grizzard Diana Apple Griffin Christina Grimes Pamela Healy Jeanne Guidara Phyllis Kirchner Therese Kiefer Lynn Koiner Carol Viner Helen Nummey Fay Scramlin Ann Hintersehr Karen McSweeny Kathryn Rathvon Maureen McKenna Regina M. Lanman Diane Allen Helen Dinger Carolyn J. Luttrell Mike McCarthy Ellen Sue Rice Juanita Childs Robert Childs, Jr. Dwight Childs Jay Serdes Sally Brown Margaret Alexander Mary Denningham Frances DeSando Mary E. Gilmore Virginia Godfrey Carole Jean Goodwin Linda Hahn Mary Jo Dobyns Ann Marie Green Patricia Green Lynn Edgley Joanne Daly Patricia Lyons Pamela Dillon Mary K. Meyer Katherine Evans Lorraine Ernst Eileen Warring Linda Minick Kathleen Carlson Mary Frances Bradley Karen Bowen Kathleen Corgan Marte Moldenhauer Joan Gibbons Molra Hurley Cectlla Borger Carroll Ann Duffy Joyce Cumberland Jean Sullnan Margaret Gallagher Judith Gallagher Mary Catherine Doyle Janet Grlmme Elleen Queenm Joan Doyle Nora McCarthy Mary Beth VVe er Diane Edmonds Diane Gardner Dorothy Burke Prxscllla Odlxn Kathleen Maryoram Mary McMurrex Mary O Donnell Roberta O Leary Charlene Brookbank Ellen O Connor Paulette Burne Louxse 0 Connell Sherry Morrxson Cecxlxa I-'oltyn Mary Joanne Cullen Julxe Anne Vs llcox Barbara Phxlpott Beth Ann Ryan Joan Brennan Frances Brxnker Barbara Brow ne Jo Lllen Rogers Rose Anne Buchmoyer Patrxcla Morris Lon-stance NIBYCDEIII hlxzabeth Nelson Lorraine Rxchards Margaret Deun t all Johnson Saundra Porter Madeline Larroll lngrxd labouxu- Annc lxohlhaas l'1lttn Schanzenbacher Constance Halle Donna Casson Elatne Schvuedler Niary Anne Scnullo Gudrun Iweaurath Lllzabeth Tripp fherese Gibbons Lollette 'Vluxr Lluabeth Reed l mda Abell Niarzaret Moser Helen Mohler Patrlcxa Medlar Lonstanct Miller Anne Ptelds l arol Plunkett Sharon Nhhm Barbara Murray bharon Murphy Joan Murphy Ulnla Balsh Niary Lorralne Myers I'xlene Atherton Larolyn McCarthy Niary Ann Caruso Joanne Mannmg karen Jungblut Larolyn Reid Ldna Marne Wratten 'Nlary Ann Ryan Ann Haley sharon Rexdy I lnda Graves Niarxa Hellmers Dennis McLaughltn Robert Chambers Lllen Chambers lony Bell IJ Thomas LeBlanc Nlargot Look -inn 'Nhlls Larolxn Reld Niarlheth Richardson Renee Richardson Nlary Hanlan Barbara Lullen Judy Larnahan Lillian Llctolella Xlauxun Hayes Nlaxx Heltn Betty Xlary Iounst Underwood Mark Klemsorge Nlary Hartke Bonnie Tratnor Hobln Tralnor Nlary beth Cecil Niaureen Hxgglns Barbara Hxmmelberger Janet Green Tlm Glasheen Paul G Margrum Lharlotte Bodenlos Julien Worland PFBDCIB Moreland Jaan Murphy Alxce Hayes hlay ne DeLacy Nlargoru. 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