Academy of Notre Dame - Memories Yearbook (Belleville, IL)

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‘ r . . - • fjjfcVk, TV-, - • .y,., 1157 MEMORIES 5 PRESENTE THE STUDENT OF THE ACADEMY OF BELLE VILLE, (LUI Title Page.1 Dedication.3 Bishop. 4 Priests.5 Principal’s Message.6 Faculty.8 Year Book Staff.10 Seniors.12 Juniors. 30 Sophomores.36 Freshmen.42 Activities.50 Patrons.81 Advertisements.84 Catholic Education is the Gateway to the perfection of Life in Christ. Life, characterized by the attributes of Christian Womanhood . . . Attributes that hinge on the great cardinal virtues JUSTICE . . . PRUDENCE . . . FORTITUDE . . . TEMPERANCE. Toour parents, oui fiist educators, we dedicate these pages of Memaries, grateful that they hâve shared their right to educate us with N otre Dame, the Gateway to Christian Virtue 3 O un SfctnttuaC ecuten His Excellency, The Most Reverend Albert R. Zuroweste, D.D. — " Catholic women and mothers in particular must be intolérant of today ' s pagan mirais. Our modem women and mothers cannot be excused when they goalong with these pagan social con¬ tacts with the excuse that the9e are practices of the times. They are obliged to look at the facts and they must see the dire tragedy which has corne upon us " (Bishop Zuroweste ' s address to the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women.) 4 Ou ?n4 iuct Ky ? t 1R,eCtÿco«t " This has been your Catholic Hour of Faith, " says Right Reverend Monsignor Leonard A. Bauer, as he finishes his regular Sunday broadeast over Station W I B V. Mon¬ signor Bauer is Notre Dame’s chaplain and religious in- structor for the Juniors. Swapping stories after their moming religious classes on Notre Dame ' s front step are Reverend James Calhoun, Freshman Religion Instructor, Reverend Edwin Kastner, Senior Religion Instructor, Rt. Rev. Monsignor Leonard A. Bauer, Junior Religion Instructor, and Rev. Cletus Hents- chel, Sophomore Religion Instructor. É REVEREND ARTHUR NEIMEYER Sophomore Religion Instructor REVEREND JOSEPH CALLAHAN Freshman Religion Instructor Guiding the destinies of Notre Dame and her students, i s oui Principal, Sister Mary Reginald, S.SJ t.D. Here she is giving Senior Frances Krummrich the results of her test in the Illi¬ nois State -wide Testing Program. 79te44ciÿe My dear Girls, You hâve chosen well when you selected the cardinal virtues for the theme of your year-book. These priceless virtues were infused into our soûls at Baptism and develop as we advance in knowledge and virtue. Without them our Christian life is hardly more than a name, and even our natural lives are less beautiful. JUSTICE gives every one his due. By it we recognizeGod ' s rightsover us and give Hlm the adoration, thanksgiving, atonement, and love that is His right as our Creator, Redeemer, and Sanctifier. It also benefits our neighbor for by itwe considerhis rightsand our duties to him. We ourselve are beneficiaries, for this virtue develops in us a well-ordered love of self. Often on our way through life, we are baffled and undecided. PRUDENCE indicates the course to fol- low and helps us recognize God ' s designs for us. Ail that God made is good.and it is our privilège to use ail His gifts to our best advantage. S in is an abuse of God ' s gifts. The virtue of prudence régulâtes our use of the things of this world according to God ' s Will and to our advantage. The right use of pleasure, food, drink, money, and ail of this world ' s goods hinges on the virtue of TEMPERANCE In order to carry out the program that justice, prudence, and tempérance indicate as expédient, the virtue of FORTITUDE is a must. Strength ofWillto do right and to refuse wrong is most important through- out life. Your holding to your motto, " Daretobe different " dépends much on the perfection of the virtue of fbrtitude. May God bless you girls, andmayMother Mary help you in the practice of these all-important virtues. Yours in Notre Dame, Sister M. Reginald Çuâtice To God, we owe the full love of our hearts, To our neighbor the same love as we owe ourselves. And to the world the dedication of our best efforts . . T ha t ail things be restored in Christ through Mary. This is the lesson of justice We hâve learned from the Faculty. ' pacuCùf Mrs. ROBERT KNAUER A.B. English Miss MARGIE SOUCY B.S. Geometry, Physical Education Miss RIT A TROUPE A.B. Freshman Homeroom C101, English, World History Falling leaves and autumn beauty capture the attention of oui lay faculty, Mrs. Robert Knauer, Miss Margie Soucy, and Miss Rita Troupe. B 0 ?acattfy Soîtcn. 7ft. l e ittaùC S. S. " H. D. %CHCCfrcU SISTER JEAN MARIE, S.S.N.D. SISTER M. ANGELITA, S.S.N.D. Band, Piano, Organ, Choral Sophornore Homeroom 205, Librarian, Library Guild SISTER M. JULITTA, S.S.N.D. Advanced Algebra, Guidance SISTER ANN CATHERINE, S.S.N.D. Freshman Homeroom C102, Chemistry, SISTER M. JUSTIN, S.S.N.D. Geometry, General Science Junior Homeroom 201, Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Student Council SISTER M. F. DeSALES, S.S.N.D. English SISTER M. JUSTINA, S.S.N.D. Voice, Piano, Glee Club SISTER M. De VOTA, S.S.N.D. Freshman Homeroom C120, SISTER MARY LUKE, S.S.N.D. Physical Education, Health, GAA Sophornore Homeroom 305, Art, Mary ' s Helpers, Teachers ' Aids, Year Book Freshman Sodality Moderator SISTER MARY EDA, S.S.N.D. SISTER M. MATHILDE, S.S.N.D. Junior Homeroom 207, English, French, Speech, French Club, Study Supervisor Genesian Masque SISTER M. PATRICK, S.S.N.D. Senior Homeroom 109, English, Advisor For School Publications SISTER M. GERALD, S.S.N.D. SISTER M. PATRICIUS, S.S.N.D. Sophornore Homeroom 309, Biology, C.S.M.C. Senior Homeroom 102, Laün, American History SISTER M. GONSALVA, S.S.N.D. SISTER M. PIERRE, S.S.N.D. Registrar, General Business English, Study Supervisor Alumnae Moderator SISTER RICHARD MARIE, S.S.N.D. SISTER M. GUSTAVA, S.S.N.D. Freshman Homeroom 108, Citizenship, Senior Homeroom 110, Clothing, P.C.M.L Sodality Moderator Christian Family Living, Health SISTER M. ROBERTINE, S.S.N.D. Latin, Latin Club SISTER M. HERMIONE, S.S.N.D. SISTER M. ROSELLA, S.S.N.D. Freshman Homeroom 308, Algebra, Junior Homeroom 206, Typing, Shorthand General Math SISTER MARY VICTORY. S.S.N.D. SISTER M. HORTENSE, S.S.N.D. Sophornore Homeroom 306, American History, Citizenship, American Problems, General Office C.S.M.C. Moderator 9 Searching for new ideas to make 1957 MEMORIES more mémorable are Sandy Bailard, editor, and her assistants, (Standing) Roberta Egner, Nancy Nichols, Mary Ann Gribat. Rosemary Partelow, Mary Voellinger, Margaret Klich, and Judy Ann Smith. ’TfCetn tef Stafâ Leaving their créative ability to MEM¬ ORIES are these junior artists, Sylvia Karlak, Sandy Giamanco, Karen Ober- bauer, and Judy Schaefer. Rejection and sélection is the duty of these staff members who are looking for pictures that tell a story. (SEATED) Janet Ratz, DianeRable, Barbara Eisenhauer, Pat Stein- er, MarilynMarchiando. (STANDING) Carol Jean Huber, Becky Burns, and Judy Buss. To fulfill ail our dreams for the 1957 Annual and still keep out of the M red n is the work of the business manager, Mary JaneNadler and her staff, Janet Stogner, Phyllis Griffîn, Mary Ann Gribat, Pat Clark, Regina Miller, and Marilyn Uhley. ' Prudence Your lamps are trimmed; They are burning the oll of Faith and Love You hâve ordered your days well. You hâve persevered to the day of accomplishment Noue Dame hails you, her prudent daughters, Seniors of 1957. 11 MARY JO RUKAVINA Holy Angels CSMC 1; Représentative 2,3,4;Class President 1,2,4; French Club 3,4; English Club 1,2,3; President; GAA 1,3,4; May Day Représentative 1; Heart Fund 1; Rosary Day 2. JOANNE GNOJEWSK1 St. Martin of Tours CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2; Class President 3,4; Honor Roll 1; Science Club 3,4; Science Fair Entry 3; Latin Club 1,2; G AA 1; Représentative 2,3,4. ROSALIE KERN Cathédral PCMI 2,3; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Class President 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Read-a- Wee 4; CSPA 4; Science Club3; Science Fair Entry 3; English Club 3; Latin Club 2; GAA 1,4; Candi¬ date for Mary N.D. 3. JUDY RAFALOWSKI Sacred Heart CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2, Représentative 3,4; Stu- dent Council 2,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Poster Con- test Winner 1; English Club 1,2; Glee Club 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Varsity 3; Maryville Tournament 3; Candidate for Mary N.D. 1; Rosary Day 4. Tfou Seyait s4il t£e PAT BLANQUART Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Library Guild 2,3; President 4; Science Club 3; Science Fair Entry; Latin Club 1; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; Rosary Day 1,2. JUDY ANN SMITH St. Philip CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Read-a-Wee 4; Year Book Staff 4; Science Club 4; Latin Club 1,2; GAA 1 Treasurer, 2 Vice-president; 3 Représentative, 4 President; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity 1,2,3,4; Maryville 1,2,3; Heart Fund 2. MARY ANN FREHES St. Patrick s Sodality 1, Secretary 2,3, Prefect 4; CSMC 1,2,3,4; Paladin Leader; PCMI 2,3,4; Science Club 4; Student Council 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; English Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 2; Music Récital 1,2,3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Candidate for Mary N.D. 1; May Day 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 4. CAROL JEAN BODENBURG Blessed Sacrament CSMC Vice President 3; President 4; Représentative 2; PCMI 2,3; Mary s Helper 1; Class Treasurer 2; Honor Roll 2; Read- a-Wee 3; Science Club 2; Science Fair 3; Latin Club 1,2; English Club 1; Band 1,2; Genesian Masque 3; GAA 1,2,3,4. Se U t ecutenà. DO RIS STOLBERG St. Henry CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2, Mary s Helper 2; Class Vice President 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-a-Wee Editor 4; Apostle of the Word 4; Essay Contest Winner;Elks Club 2; GAA 1,2,4; Winn ej Handicap 3; Latin Club 3; May Day Maid 1,2; Rosary Day 3,4; Sweetheart Candidate 3. SANDY BALLARD Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2,3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Memory Book Staff 3, Editor 4; Science Club 4; French Club 3 Vice Presi¬ dent 4; GAA 1; Latin Club President 1,2. 0 2{ tt6 t£e tÿo C S 0 ?cvt s4evcuf JANET VERNIER St. Augustine CSMC 1 Représentative 2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary’s Helper 1; Class Office 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-a-Wee 4; Quill Scroll; Poster Contest Winner 1; Science Club 1,3; Band 1, 2,3,4; Annual Play 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Candidate for Mary N.D. 1,3; Heart Fund 2. MARY ANN KENNERKNECHT St. Joseph CSMC 1,2,3,4; Read-a-Wee4;Quill Scroll4;Science Club 4; Latin Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Mari an Pageant, Ladies Lounge 3; GAA 2,3; Représentative 4; Pep Club 3. FAYE AMANN Cathédral PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council4;Science Club 4; French Club 1,2; English Club 1,2,3; CAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 4. MARLENE ANDERSON Cathedra! CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Class Offi- cer, Treasurer ljScience Club 1,2;Marian Pageant 1; GAA 1, 2; May Day 1,2,3. ROBERTA ARNOLD SS. Peter Paul Sodality Member 2,3,4; CSMC Représentative 3, Paladin Pin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Officer Secretary 2; HonorRoll 1,2,3,4; Read- A-Wee 4, Feature Editor; Quill Scroll 4; NSPA4; Science Club 4; Latin Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Music Récital 1; Accom- panist 1; GAA 1,4; May Day 2; Rosary Day 4. JUDY BARCUM St. Albert the Great Student Council 2,4; Hon¬ orRoll 1; Science Club 2; ScienceFair 2, 3rd. place; Latin Club 1,2, Secretary; Rosary Day 2,3,4. tyou 7W t£e ' Piudent ' Patfavay PAT BARRETT St. Joseph CSMC 1,2, Représentative 3,4; Class Office President 2, Sec¬ retary 3; Treasurer 4; Read-A-Wee Staff 2,3,4; NSPA 2,3,4; Science Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 1,2,3. JANE BARKER CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2 Représentative 3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Student Council 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Read-A-Wee Staff 4; NSPA4; Science Club 3,4; Latin Cluh 1,2; Marian Year Pag¬ eant; GAA 1,2,3,4. GLORIA SELLER Sacred Heart CSMC4;PCMl4;ScienceClub2;Science Fair Entry 1; French Club 2; Band 2; GAA 4; Candidate for Mary ND 1; May Day 1; Rosary Day 2, CHARLOTTE BERGER Blessed Sacrament CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2,3; Class Officer 4, Secretary; Science Club 2; French Club 3; President 4; English Club 1; GAA 1,2, 3,4; Heart Fund Candidate 1. JACKIE BIER St. John s Orphanage Transferred from Ursulin Academy; CSMC 3,4; PCMI Représentative 4; GAA 4. CELESTE BILLHARTZ Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; Student Council4;Class Officer 1; Science Club 2; Latin Club l;Glee Club 2,3,4; Music Récital 2,3,4; Ladies 1 Lounge 4; Genesian Mas¬ que 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4. Tfou 0 ?ttcuCe ' rtyeacUvcuf ' Day MARGARET BOHN Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Science Club 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Glee Club 2,3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1. CAROL BRAUN Holy Angels CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2,3,4Mission Queen; Student Council 4; HonorRoll 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Certificate; Band 1,2,3,4; Annual Play 2,4; GAA 4; May Day Maid 2. CHARLOTTE BROWN Cathédral CSMC; PCMI; French Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Annual Play 3; G AA 1. EVELYN BYRD St. Henry CSMC; Représentative for CSME 4; PC MI Représentative 3; Youth Incorporated 1,2,3,4; NSPA 3,4; Science Club 3,4; ScienceFair Award 3, lst in Régional, 3rd in St. Louis; Glee Club 3,4. ROSE MARIA CISSELL St. Philip CSMC; PC MI; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; EnglishClub 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Candidate for Mary ND, GAA 4. SHIRLEY COMPTON St. Philip CSMC; Représentative for CSMC;4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Honor Roll 1,2; Read-A- Wee 4; Year Book Staff 4; NSPA 4; Library Guild 2; English Club 1,2,3,4; Lat¬ in Club 1,2; Genesian Masque 4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Varsity3, 4; Maryville Tournament 3,4. 76esie ' Züene ' Dayà 0 H 6 ck 0 2O z 7%ouâlccC DELORES DONATO St. Clare CSMC; Représentative for CSMC 2; Student Council 4;Vice President 2; Science Club 2; Latin Club 1,2; Glee Club2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3; Candidate for Mary N.D. 1; Rosary Day 2. DORIS DONNA St. Philip CSMC, Représentative for CSMC 2; PCMI 2,3,4; Mary ' s Help¬ er 1; Student Council Vice President 4; Ciass Officer, Vice President 2; Secretary 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Science Club3, 4;LatinClub l,2;English Club 1,2,3,4; Music Récital 1; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 1,2,3,4. PAT DOYLES St. Joseph CSMC; Honor Roll 1; Latin Club 1,2; English Club 1,2,3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Représentative for GAA 4. ROSALIE EDWARDS Holy Angels CSMC; Mary ' s Helper 1; Honor Roll 3; Science 4; English Club 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; GAA 3; Rosary Day 4. ROBERTA EGNER Cathédral CSMC; Year Book Staff 4; GAA 1; Poster Contest 1; PCM1; Science Club 1,2. JACKIE ELLIS St. John s Orphanage CSMC 2,3,4; PCMI 2,3, 4, Représentative; Stu- dent Council 4; Sergeant- at-Arms; Science Club 3,4; English Club 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,4; Pep Club 3; Rosary Day 1,4; Mission Queen Candidate 4. s4kcC ' DtUfà 0 2VJte t 4éC 0 % Z4 Seat BARBARA ANN EVANS St. Joseph CSMC 1,2,3,4; Sodality Member 3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Read-A-Wee 3,4; Quill Scroll 4; Science Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Ladies ' Lounge 3; GAA 3,4; Rosary Day 1. CATHERINE FISCHER Cathedrel CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4, Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Science Fair Entry 2, 2nd. and lst. place winner; Latin Club 1,2; GAA 1,2,3; Rosary Day 1. 17 DOROTHY FORD SS. Peter Paul Sodality Member 2,3,4; CSMC 1,2,3, Pin 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wee 4; Quill Scroll 4; Latin Club 1,2, Latin Certificate 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Music Récital 1; All-Arts-Festival 2; G VA 1,2,3,4; Candidate for Mary N. D. 2; Rosary Day 4. MARY ELUEN FORAN Holy Angels CSMC 1,2,3,4, Secretary, Paladin Leader; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Student Council 3; Honor Roll 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; English Club 1.2.3.4; G AA 1,2,3,4; May Day 3. RIT A GRAMANN Blessed Sacrament CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1, 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; Library Guild 3; French Club 1,2; Glee Club 2,3; GAA 1,2,3; Candidate for Mary N. D. 1; Rosary Day 1,2,3; Genesian Masque 4. MARY ANN GAGEN St. Elizabeth Sodality 2,3,4, Vice Pre- fect; PCMI 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-A- Wee Page-Editor 4; NSPA 4; Science Club 3; Latin Club 2; GAA 1,2,3,4. s4kcC 7%utùped Ox SfaftfiecC 7 k fëaùt Ox STtùte MARY GILL Saint Joseph CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; GAA 1,2,4; Latin Club 2. JEAN GASAWAY St. Albert the Grcat Sodality 2,4; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Student Council 4; Class President 1; Science Club 3; French Club 1,2; GAA 1,2; May Day 3; Rosary Day 2,4. JUDY ANN GASS Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; Mary f s Helper 1,2; Poster Contest Winner 2; Science Fair Entry 2; English Club 1,2,3. JUDITH GASS St. Henry CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Vice President 4; NSPA 4; Science Club 3,4; French Club 1; GAA 1,4. JEANETTE GNOJEWSKI St. Martin of Tours CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI Représentative 2; Class Treasurer 3; Read-A-Wee 4; Quill Scroll 4; U- brary Guild 4; Science Club 3; Science Fair En¬ try lst; English Club 1,2, 3; Latin Clubt 1,2; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 3. LAVONNE GRANT St. Mary CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2, 3,4, Student Council 3; Honor Roll 3; Science Club 3; Science Fair Entry 2; English Club 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; GAA Représentative 1; Rosary Day 1,2,3. 7tU ‘Donc. MARGUERITE GUDENAS Immaculate Conception CSMC 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wee 4; English Club 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2; GAA 1,2; Rosary Day 4. HADY HEFNER Holy Childhood Entered from St. Theresa Academy; CSMC 4; PCMI 4. KATHLEEN HELFRICH St. John Baptist CSMC 1,2,3, Représentative 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Vice President 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Essay Contcst Winner 2; Science Club 3; Latin Club 1,2; Rosary Day. MARY LOUISE HOFF St. Teresa CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2 Représentative; Class Trcasurer; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Read-À-Wee 4; CSPA 4; Science Club 3; Science Fair Entxy 3; English Club 3; Latin Club 2; GAA 2, 3,4; Pep Club 2; Rosary Day. J MARY IWASYSZYN St. Adalbert CSMC 1,2,3; Paladin Pin, 4 Représentative; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; Read-A-Wee 4; Latin Club 1; Certificate 2; GAA 1,2,3,4. RIT A KALERT St. Joseph CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1, 2,3,4; Class Secretary 2, Vice President 3; Science Club 1,4; Latin Club 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Ladies 1 Lounge 3; GAA 1,2,3,4. s4 €ct 7£ 4 Sùvwk (?loucC JUDY KLIMAS St. Martin of Tours CSMC 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 2,4; Year Book Staff 4; CSPA 4; Science Club 2; Science Fair Entry 2, 2nd. prize; English Club 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2 Vice President; GAA 1,2,3,4; Varsity 3,4; Maryville Toumament 3; C.B.C. Représentative 4. MARY JANE KLUCKER St. Theresa CSMC 1,2,3,4; Class Vice President 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; FrcnchClub 1,2; English Club 1,2,3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day. 20 ÜOROTHY KOHL St. Patrick ' CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCM1 2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Science Club 3,4; Glee Club 3,4; G AA 4. F RANCES KRUMMRICH St. Teresa CSMC 1,2,3,4; Mary ' sHelper ,2,3; Studcnt Council 3; Class Officer 1, Secretary; Science Club 2,3; Science Fair 2; French Club 1,2; English Club 1,2,3; GAA 1,2. CAROL KUSIOR Sacred Heart CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2, 3,4; Science Club 2,3; Science Fair 3; English Club 1,2,3; Marian Pageant 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 4. JUDIE La CKU1A Cathédral To graduate August, 1957 CSMC 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1,2; Latin Club 1; GAA 1. ' P ziùvie TfauHC é 7 Kftlte C ELIZABETH LWAR Hoiy Angels Class Secretary 1; Read-A-Wee 4; English Club 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Music Récital 2; Band 1,2; Genesian Masque 3; GAA Représentative 1; Pep Club 1,2,3; Candidate for Mary N. D. 2; May Day 1; Rosary Day 1. LUCIA LAWRENCE SS. Peter and Paul Sodality 1,2,3,4; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2; Student Council 3; Class Treasurer 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wce 4; French Club 3; Treasurer 4; Latin Club 1,2; Teen O ' Clock 3; Glee Club 2,3,4; Music Récital 1,2,3,4; Genesian Masque 2. 21 BARBARA LAY St. Patrick CSPA 4; Science Club 2; Science Entry 2; English Club 1,2, 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Candidate for Mary N. D. 1; Rosary Day 3. JANIS LUEHDER St. Theresa CS MC 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Student Council 2; Class President 1, Treasurer 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wee 4; Quill Scroll 4; Science Club 4; Latin Club 1,2; GAA 1; May Day 3; Alumnae Représentative 4. CAROLE McCROSKEY Holy Angels CS MC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1, 2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Class Vice President 1,4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; English Club 1,2,3; Ail-Arts 1. MARY ELLEN MANK Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Honor Roll 2; Science Club 3; Latin Club 2; English Club 1,2, 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 2; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Genesian Masque 4. ' fyocc ‘T KCCV 0 76 t 0 7cvuted stioukcC s46 ut [ l FAYE MEIRINK St. Teresa CSMC 2,3,4; PCMI 1, 2,3,4; Science Club 3; French Club 1, 2; GAA 1,2,3; Genesian Masque. SUZANNE MEYER St. Mary CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wee 4; Science Club 2; Science Entry 2; Latin Club 1, Vice President; English Club 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 2. 22 DEANNA N ADLER St. Henry CSMC 1,2,3,4 ; PC MI 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; CAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 2. MARY JANE NADLER St. Philip ' s CSMC 1,2,3,4; PC MI 1,2,3,4; Sodality Member 3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,3, President 4; Quill Scroll 4; Library Guild 2; Science Club 4; Latin Club 1,2; Rosary Day 4; English Club 1,2,3; Year Rook Business Manager 4. NANCY NICHOLS Blesscd Sacrament CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1, 2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Class President 3, Secre- tary 4; Science Club 3; Science Fair 3; French Club 1,2; School Play 3; Genesian Masque 3,4; G AA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4. MARY ESTHER NURDIN St. Joseph Sodality 3,4; CSMC 1,2, 3,4; Student Council Sec- retary 4; Honor Roll 2,3, 4; Science Club 4; Latin Award 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; English Club 1,2,3; GAA 4; Rosary Day 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4. Succédé ' TVad, Tftax èecC BARBARA OLSSON St. Philip CSMC 4; Représentative; Read-A-Wee 4; Year Book Staff 4; NSPA 4; Genesian Masque 4; GAA 4; Pep Club 4; Varsity 4; Rosary Day 4; Transferred from East Side. MARY FRANCES PAPE St. Henry CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3 4; Class Secretary 1; Treasurer 2; Read-A-Wee 3; NSPA 3; Science Club 1,4; Latin Club 1,2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Music Récital 1,2,3,4; Accompanist 4; Ail-Arts-Festival 2,3,4; Genesian Masque 4; GAA 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 1. 23 ROSE MARY PARTELOW St. Philip CSMC 1,2,3, Représentative 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Help- er 1; Science Club 3; Science Entry 3; Latin Club 1; Marian Pageant; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club; Rosary Day 4. MARY LOU PATTERSON St. John ' s Oiphanage CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; French Club 1 ; Marian Pageant; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 4. EILEEN PENCAK St. Martin Of Tours CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2, 3,4; Class Treasurer 1; Ii- brary Guild 2,3,4; Vice President; Latin Qub 1,2; English Club 1,2; GAA 1, 4; Rosary Day 2. ROSE MARIE PRINDABLE Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Student Council 1; Class Secretary 2; Hon- or Roll 2,3; Read-A-Wee 3,4; Quill Scroll 4; Science Club 3,4; Science Entry 3; Latin Club 1,2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Marian Pageant; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Varsity 1, 2,3,4; Maryville Tourna- ment 1,2,3; Candidate for MaryN.D. tyou 4%e t6e Se U i4 NANCY RAFALOWSKI St. Adalbert ' s CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wee 4; Glee Club 2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Varsity 3,4; Maryville Tourna- ment 3; Rosary Day 3. CAROL ANN ROBBINS Scott A.F.B. CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class President 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; CSPA4; Read-A-Wee 4; Science Club 2; English Club 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Music Récital 1,2,4; Accompa- nist 1,2,4; Candidate for Mary N.D. 2. BARBARA ANN SAUERWEEN St. Mary ' s CSMC 1,2,3,4;PCMI 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Genesian Masque 4; G AA 1,2. LOIS SCHEIBEL St. Luke CSMC 4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Honor Roll 2; Read-A-Wee 4; Quill Scroll 4; Advertising Manager 4; English Club 1,2, 3; Latin Club 1,2; GAA 1,4. JO ANN SCHUMACHER St. Mary s CSMC 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3; Class Treas- urer 4; Science Entry 3; Latin Club 1; Band 1,2, 3,4; Teen-O-Clock- Tiir e 3; Genesian Masque 2. J O AN SCHWELIENSATTL Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1; Latin Club 1; GAA 1,2; Genesian Mas¬ que 4. piudent s4kcC 20idc BETTY JO SEMITH St. Philip ' s CSMC 1,2,3; Science Club 1; Science Entry 1; English Club 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Glee Club 1; Music Récital 1; GAA 1,2,3; Rosary Day 1. MARY ELŒN SIMMONS Blessed Sacrament CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Library Guild 2,4; Science Club 4; French Club 1,2; Glee Club 3; GAA 1,2,4; Heart Fund Candidate 2. 25 JANICE SLADE Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; Science Entry 2; Latin Club 1; GAA 1,3,4; PC MI 1,2,3,4. JANICE SLOAN St. Stevens CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 2,3; Student Council 1; Honor Roll 3; Science Club 3; Science Entry 3; Latin Club 1,2; GAA 1,2, 3,4; Candidate for Mary N. D. 3; Heart Fund 2. JUDY WIRTH SMITH St. Philip CSMC 1,2,3; Représenta¬ tive 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Vice President 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; English Club 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2; GAA 1,2, Rep¬ résentative 3,4. RUTH ANN SOUCY St. Mary CSMC 1,2,3,4; Library Guild 4; French Club 1, 2; Rosary Day 1. s4kcù NANCY JEAN SMITH Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Science Club 4; Band 1,2; G AA 1,2,3,4; Heart Fund 1. MARGARET ANN SPIEKER St. Mary Sodality 2,3,4; CSMC 2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3; Représentative 4; Student Council 4; Latin Club 1,2; English Club 1,2,3; GAA 2,3. JO AN SZYMULA St. Joseph CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 3; Science Club 2; Science Entry 2; English Club 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2; GAA 1,3; Rosary Day 4. JUDY TIMPE Blessed Sacrament CSMC 4; Honor Roll 4; Read-A-Wee 4; Transferred from Laboure, St. Louis, September 1956. JACKIE TREESH Blessed Sacrament CSMC 1,2,3,4; Palladin Pin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Year Book Staff 4; Science Club 3,4; Science Entry 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4. ELIZABETH TWARDOSKI St. Regis CSMC 1,2,3,4; Science Club 3; PCMI 1,2,3,4. S tHC ?K OU £cfe MARY MARGARET VOELUNGER St. Mary ' s CSMC 1, Représentative 2,4; Paladin Pin; Class President 2,3; Year Book Staff 4; Library Guild 2; Treasurer 4; Science Club 3; Science Entry 3; Latin Club 1,2; English Club 2,3; Annual Pla 3; Our Maiden Queen of Galilee 1; GAA 4; n White Iris 1 4. St. John ' s w RITA WACHTEL CSMC 2,3,4; Science Club 3; PCMI 1,2,3,4. SUZANNE WARDEN St. Albert the Créât CSMC 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Science Club 2; Science Fair Entry 2; French Club 1,2; Candidate for Mary N. D. 2; May Day 1; Rosary Day 2,4. MARILYN WOTTOWA Cathédral CSMC 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1; PC MI 1,2,3. BETTY JEAN WOLF St. Luke CSMC 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; GAA 1. PATRICIA ZESZUTEK St. Adalbert CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI Représentative 2; Student Council 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wee 4; Quill Scroll 4; Poster Contest Winner 1; Glee Club 2,3; Ail-Arts-Festi¬ val 2; GAA 1,3,4; Can¬ didate for Mary N. D. 1; May Day 2; Rosary Day 2; Alumnae Représenta¬ tive. O k 76e ec tcCe O £ 7c ne fyou Tfastte tyou s4ne 76e ScKÙyte ' Tfetne 0 Da He. CAROLYN ZIMMERMANN St. Theresa CSMC 1,2,3,4, Représentative 4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Student Council 4, Treasurer; Read-A-Wee 4; Quill Scroll 4; Latin Club 2; GAA 1,2,3,4; May Day Maid 3; Rosary Day 1, 4. 28 ' pantitucCe The goal may still be quite distant; The goal may be close at hand. But near or far, there are battles to be won on the fields of intellectual conquest. . . The sword of preserving study, The armor of work well done, Your spirit aglow with invincible fortitude, With these weapons, and under Our Lady ' s banner you will conquer. Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen. c Jeannette Acker Judy Appel Barbara Berger Kathleen Brennan Diann Briesacher Mary Lynn Bryant Délia Bush Judy Buss Pat Clark Barbara Fries Pat Gavalak Phyllis Griffin Ann Lynn Hoeffken Martlia Holtkamp Mary Holtkamp Jo Bien Kane Judy Kassebaum Florence Kramer Mary Lou Kuebel Ann Larcom Mary Franc es Leveling Bonnie Meirink Regina Miller Dorothy Peterson Rose mary Price Rose Marie Prochaska Julie Riethmann Ri ta Schmittling Jo Ann Schneider Jeanette Steele Janet Stogner ü The officers of Jr. 201, Treas. Dorothy Peterson, Vice-Pres. Mary Holtkamp, Près. Judy Kassebaum, Sec. Martha Holtkamp travel " Around The World " with their Amer¬ ican History Notes. 31 Ginger Allison Barbara Beuckman LaVerne Buescher Becky Burns Virginia Burns Rita Craig Nancy Culbertson Judy Deitz Carol DeSalvo Barbara Eisenhauer Judy Finley Mary Evelyn Forestner Peggy Gagen Mary Lou Gansmann Sandy Giamanco n || X 11 V Joanne Goedde Beverly Gruelle Kathleen Hoffmann Jeanie Jones Sylvia Karlak Janice Kombrink Carolanne N or dm an Karen Oberbauer Rita Ondercho Mary Frances Sloger Mary Sullivan Marilyn Uhley Maryann Warzala • • • • • • • • • • • • •• •• • • • • • • • • • • •• M Make Yourself Comfortable " , say the Jr. officers of 206, and they do just that as they relax on the fire excape! Vice-Pres. Marilyn Uhley, Sec. Rita Craig, Treas. Jeanne Jones, Près. Lynn Forestner. Patricia Bednara Mary Jo Bieser Carol Lynn Bryant Rosalie Dillon Helen Friess Ruth Glaus Charlotte Gonzales Barbara Gregowicz Mary Janice Harris 1 Judy Hoffmann Marlene Hoffmann v ' v Carol Jean Huber Boni ta Junker Carol Jean Relier Carol Kniepkamp Mary Landry Carol Layton Christine La Que t Deanne Lintzenich Jeanie Long Jackie Magac Marilyn Marchiando Marilyn Neff Mary Pensoneau Dian Rable Janet Ratz Marilyn Rensing Sharon Schlarman Pat Steiner Virginia Stengel Jeanette Sutter Georgiann Timpe " Talking To The Angels In The Sky. 11 Class officers of Jr. 207 are: Vice-Près, Carol Kniepkamp, Sec. Mary Jo Bieser, Treas. Janet Ratz, Près. Dian Rable. 35 Sofi6o Kone4 ' Catherine Bauer Pat Biver Barbara Black Pat Bryan Janet Burdel Judy Chaffin Maryann Daniels Jonnalee Fink Lorraine Frederick Rose Mary Jackson Judy Jost Karen Jung Judy Kavaliunas Pat Kehl Janice Klein Joan Koerber Mary Middendorf Mary Jo Mulligan J-tck.L V. N - 4 $ Géraldine Adams Marilyn Ancer Jenette Berkel Joyce Blanquart i î —306 Yvonne Brown Joan Brutto Judy Budde Carol Ann Chaput Doris Christ Barbara Curri Michelle Moore Ann Noltkamper Suzanne Richards Janet Roy Dorothy Schaefer Janet Schlueul —306 H! Sandra Schulte Mary Kay Schwartz Maureen Stratmann Alice Williamson Sofi6o4H te — 309 , Sandra Basinski Connie Beranek Pat Bradley Mary Ann Buck Shirley Buss Sandy Crawford Barbara Eberle Margaret Gulley Carol Himstedt Mary Ann Holdener iRuth Ann Johnston G ail Jung Dolores Karcher Elaine Keleher Jane Klein Margo Koehler Pat McCullough Margie Mell Patricia Ann Morgan Gerry Okai Doris Soldier Karen Walker Mary Ann Week Jeanette Wecker Sharon West Mary Yoch Shirley Zacharski — 3O " Step by step we ' ll reach our goals 1 ' , say the Soph. officers of 309 Près. Jean Kuebel, Vice-Pres. Jane Klein, Sec. Shirley Buss, Treas. Dolores Karcher. The officers ofSoph. 305 display their works of art. Treas. Paula Kristan, Sec. Nancy Brown, Vice-Près. Judy Black¬ well, Près. Judy Lawerence. Officers ofSoph. homeroom 205 seek help from Our Lady and the library. Treas. Pat Nold,Sec. Jacky Muniz, Près. Karen Jung, Vice-Près. Bonnie Busekrus. I I I I I I The strains of their school song bring pleasant memories to Soph. officers of 306: Sec. Patty Hayes, Près. Nancy Elliot, Vice-Près. Enid Minor, Treas. Joanna Haie. 41 Lynn Ackermann Kathleen Ballenger Bonnie Bassler Carol Brefeld Joan Butz Patricia Cailiott Maureen Coerver Patricia Dauback Jeanette Emke Michelle Feeney Nichy Howell Rita Hunt Carol Jakes Eleanor Kalert ' pXCâÂtHeH Linda Murphy Therese Obemuefemann Judith PhiUipson Diane Reinhardt l Lois Sweeney Doris Thomas Claudia Thompson Janet Weis ' p ' VeâÂtMCK — O % Judy Weis Joan Williams Mary Williams Virginia Wierciak Mary Woesthuus ROW 1: Joy Bartsch, Jo Ann Bauckhorn, Rose Marie Bauer, Mary Louise Blanquart, Gerry Lou Bradley. Patricia AnnBriesacherjCaroie Browmng. ROW 2: Sharon Bush, Judith Cange, Jeannette Chouinard, Catherine Costello, Rixüi Ann Dolansky, Mary Dreesman, Jeanette Englerth. ROW 3: Judith Marie Fellner, Betty Ann Foran, Jea Frerker, Elizabeth Grimmig, Mary Beth Grott, Kathleen Hamilton, Kathryn Heck. ROW 4: Janet Jung Ruth Korte, Margaret Ellen Lotz, Lynn Lucido, Adrena Mahu, Mary Marsh, Yvonne Mayer. ROW 1: Lois Miller, Mary Morrison, Anna Mae Munie, Carole Noser, Lana Peters, Kathleen Prindable, Judith Rolen. ROW 2: Elizabeth Scasny, Marcia Taylor, Kathleen Truccano, Roberta Vail, Helen Wasem. ROW 3: Marilyn Bauer, Jo Ann Blumenstock, Ruth Ann Breiner, Carolyn Checinska, Barbara Cleary, Carolyn Daschke, Lynn Diekroetger. ROW 4: Mary Kathryn Dilport, Patrician Enright, Myma Esscnpreis, CarolJean Feldt, Susan Frey, Helen Gagen, Joséphine Giamanco. ROW 5: Ruth Ann Hagler, Carole Heizer, Nancy Holland, RitaHuster. ROW6: Barbara Kaiser, Lou Ann Koestercr, Patricia Krypciak, Mary Elaine Lepold, Rosalie Luecking, Patricia Luekcmeyer, Kathryn May. ROW 7: Dorothy McEvilly, Ann Marie Medley, Mary Ann Mertens, Mary Ann Munier, Jo Ann Norris, Mary Lee Obermoeller, Ann O ' Leary. eror Mary O ' Malley, Gayle Pensoneau, Betty Rheinecker, Elaine Schneider, Sylvia Vallina, Ann Varone, Lucille Vernier, Ange la Viviane. etoz Janet Becherer Carol Berger Diane Berger Roberta Beuckman Marion Bloemer Ann Calabrese Kathleen Chaperlo Judy Clark Ilona Clyne Judy Costello Linda Crochet Ann Donlan Suzanne Drummond Bery Beth Friess Cherie Ann Gass Merilee Gromacki Marquita Harbermehl Rosalie Harbaugh Eloise Haskins Margie Klich Diane Kronenberger Donna Lawrence Nancy Love Kathryn Lubben Maureen Luehrs Nancy Mulconnery Rose Neary Patricia Patterson Sally Ann Platzkoesterer -■ - Sue Rautenstrauch Lou Ann Schalk Karen Schmidt Mary Lou Seibert Joan Stebbings Joanne Stier Sandra Trentman Grazina Vaitkus 0 p’ie4 Ke t — 02 ' P ' ieà uiteit — f 20 Lydia Arnold - Sue Bedel Jeanette Bednara Karen Berkel Marianne Bierschenk Barbara Black Rita Bollinger Joann Brady Jeanette Brutto Mary Estelle Cassin Barbara Curd Catherine Dammrich Barbara Eschenfelder Connie Falcetti Charlotte Grasswick Patricia Hatzel Nancy Herbeck Nancy Hiller Cathleen Huber Barbara Kassly Wanda Kmiecik Sue Kocher Bonnie Luechtefeld f 20 Sandra Muckenstuim Judith O ' Neill Louise Pasterski Nancy Rekosh Nancy Roberts Judith Scheibel Rita Schniers Helen Schutzenhofer Sandra Schwaegel Marquita Sorgea Carol Star ms Mary Margie Thompson Bemice Weilbacher Judith Zacharski P%e4Ju tCU€ n So these are our new lockers! " exclaim the officers of Freshman 108: Vice-Près. Sharon Scoville, Treas. Mary Lou Woesthaus, Sec. Linda Murphy, Près. Cathy Bal- lenger. O icen . " Smiles " Officers of Freshman C102 are: Sec. Janet Becherer, Treas. Rose Neary, Vice- Pres. Ann Donlan, Près. Margie Klich. Preparing for the dedication of their homeroom to Christ the King are: Vice-Près. Carol Noser, Sec. Ruth Korte, j Treas. Kathy Prindable, Près. Adrena Mahu, officers of 308 J ♦JT, Resting in the shadow 01 Our Lady Fatima are: Treas. Dortiiy McEvilly, Près. Elaine Schneider, Vice-Pres. MarilynBauer, Sec. Lucille Venier of Freshman C101. Spellbound over their letter from the Princ; aw Prmcess oi Monaco are class officers C120, Sec. Judy OWeill, Treas. Nanc Roberts, Vice-Pres. Carolyn Lukac, Pu Charlotte Graswick. In ail things just enough. without excess of this or that or anything— Enough of prayer quite generously given, Enough of study to meet the challenge of each day and life, Enough of pleasantry in social livxng, Enough of sports and games and gaiety — Each part in modération for a perfect whole. . . Tempérance in ail activities. C PRAYER STUDY AFFECTIONS DRESS SPORTS food-drink 19 tæm m « mm «mm StucCe U r !» N. D. ' s " traffic cops " patrol the corridors of Notre Dame. 51 " Now here is what I want you to 3o, " says Sister Mary Justin, Adviser of theS.C. to officers; Mary Esther Nurdin, Sec.; Jackie Ellis, Sgt.-at-armsj Judy Ratalowski, Près.; Sister M. Justin, Moderator; Dors Donna, Vice- Pres.; Carolyn Zimmermann, Treas. @ou«tci£ The " upper fburth " of the Student Council, the senior members, inspect the new studem di- rectories ,the publication of which Ls sponsored by the Council. Ttiany 7t. T . 7t6 HtHee4. Sharing the honor as Mary N.D. Candidates are the " Valentine " girb of each homeroom. lst row: Mary Williams. 2nd row: Regina Miller, Doris Stolberg, Mary Ann Fr eh es . 3rd row: Carol Nordman, Elizabeth Scasny. 4th row: Cherie Gass, Joan Chorlton, Bon nie Luechtefeld. 5th row: Di an Rable, Ann O f Leary, Pat Smiley. 6th row: Janet Roy, Doris Donna, Pat Morgan. 0 H ti 6 ' PCetMcvie 0 2Ve ‘P ' ie CHt: ■tftavf ' K. ' D. V-irtue A-pplication L-adylikeness E-nergy N-ever late T -rustworth iness I-nitiative N-eatness E-verything 53 Our Sweetheart of Notre Dame, Doris Stol¬ berg, reflects the qualities suggested in the Valentine theme. SodcUcty OfâtcviA " Let ' sgetthingsorganizedforthe next meeting, " says the Prefect of the Sodality to her co-offi¬ ces: Pat Clark, Treas.; Mary ' Ann Gagen, Vice- prefectj Lynn Forestner, Sec.; and Maryanne Fre- h es, Prefect. The companionsof Mary and the ir Moderator, Sister Richard Marie, admire the religious Christmas cards, which wil be sold as part of the Sodality’s campaign to " Keep Christ in Christmas. " i to- tàe SocUUcty Cfâicvu MaryannFrehes,Prefectof the Sodality, explains the purpose of the Sodality medal to the officers ofthe Aspirant Sodality. SEATED: Rita Schniers and Jean Frerker. STANDING: Joan Smith and Kathy Prindable. Monsignor Bauer gives these girls their medals making them members of the Aspirant Sodality. (Z tfoltc StucCentà Th e officers of the C. S. M G , Left to Right: Mary Ellen Foran, Sec.; Janet Ratz, Vice-près. ; CarolJean Bodenberg, Près.; Helen Scheibel, Treas. S. 77t. (?. (?OUKCtt C.S.M.C. Représentatives look on with interest as the officers discuss the material presented for meetings in the Shield magazine. %u44ute The Christmas baskets are just about ready as Moderators Sister M. Gerald and Sister Mary Victory with their C.S.M.C. ers pré¬ paré for their annual trip to the hospital and Old Folks Home. c The roembers of the C.S.M.C. council make up an advisory boarcL These girls are our paladin award winners. They are, First Row: Maryann Frehes, Virginia Stengel, Mary Lou Kuebel, Mary Bieser, Becky Burns. Second Row: Rose Prindable, Judy Hoffman, Sandy Hoeffken, Lynn Forestner, Judy Finley, Jo Ellen Kane, Bonita Jun- ker. 57 “Punitty (? ' Ul6ade ' TfCantf ? K tuzcutcite Counting roses for Mary are the leaders of the P.C.M.I. They are from LEFT, SEATED: M. Marchiando, P. Gavalek, C. Himstedt, C. Hei- zer, C. Baechle, G. Bel 1er, J. Bier. STANDING: J. Berkel, C. Kosick, P. Hatzel, M. B. Friess, A. Munie, B. Beuckman. Offering their services to the sick are the Mary s Helpers of St. Elizabeth ' s and St. Mary f s Hospitals. Here they are seen receiving instructions from some of the older me m bers. 7 “Retut-a- 7i ee Stofâ Page editors are busy planning their respective pages of that oulstanding high school newspaper, the Read - a - Wee. They are from the left: Pat Zeszytek, Lucia Lawrence, Janis Luehder, Roberta Arnold, Editor Doris Stol- berg, Mary Ann Cagen, Carol Robbins, Shirley Compton, Barbara Evans, Maryann Kennerknecht, Janet Venier, Rose Prin- dable. Our Advisor Sister M. Patrick Here are the members of that necessary, but often forgotten part of any newspaper ... the business staff. They are from the left: Dorothy Ford, Mary Holtkamp, Nancy Culbcrtson, Bonnie Meirink, Barbara Lay, Judy A. Smith, Jeanette Gno- jewski, Mary Iwasyszyn, Barbara Olsson, Carolyn Zimmermann, Nancy Rafalowski, Elizabeth Lavar. 59 uc£ C THE LIBRARY . . . our treasure house of enjoy- ment and knowledge from the humorous type of book to the most up-to-date reference set. Planning for the irbusiest school project of the year, CATHOLIC PRESS MONTH, are the Guild officers: Vice President, Eileen Pencak; Treasurer; Mar y Margaret Voellinger; President, Pat Blanquart; Secretary, Barbara Cullen. Sister Angelita shows this group the wealth of material available in the vertical file . . . newspaper clippings, col¬ lege bulletins, and pictures. Interestedinthese findings are members of the Library Guild: Martha’ Holtkamp, Joanne Gomric, Jeanie Long, Helen Friess, Regina Miller, Rita Craig, Margie O ' Brien, Phyllis Griffin, Nancy Culbertson. Barbara Gregcwicz, and Beverly Cruelle. Checking the card catalogue for author, subject, and the title cards for every book in the library are theseLibrary Guild members; Seated: Nancy Nichols, Barbara Cullen. STANDING: Jeanette Gno- jewski, Ruth Soucy, Pat Blanquart, Mary Voellinger, Mary Ellen Simmons, and Eileen Pencak. What ' s the Attraction? Counterclock-wise; Adviser, Miss Soucy; President, Judy Smith; Secretary, Rose Prindable; Adviser, Sister M. Devota; Treasurer, J. Schilling; Vice-President, Rita Craig. s4t£Cetic Interesting, isn f t it! C.A.A. Représentatives, lst ROW: J. Smith, B. Burns, K. Hamilton, R. Harbough, R. Schniers, B. Mierink, J. Sloan, P. Bednara, P. Doyle, D. Christ, M. Week, P. Smiley, C. Mansfield. 62 ' tycviûity Pride of N.D.A. lst ROWs J. Klimas, R. Craig, S. Compton, M. Obermueller, J. Berkel. 2nd ROWs Miss Soucy (Coach), C. Baechle (Timekeeper) R. Beuchmann, M. Week, B. Olsson, R. Prindable, M. Essenpreis, J. Butz, P. Gagen (Score keeper), K. Walker (General manager) 3rd ROW: C. Aitken,S.Buss, R. Jackson, P. Smiley, M. Gansman, J. Smith, J. Schilling, J. Galtzman, P. Bednara, R. Schniers, B. Fries. 63 The Trumpeteers of N.D.A. PatBednara, Rosalie Harbaugh, Mary Thompson, Janet Vernier, Alm Alminowicz, Janet Jung, Karen Ober- bauer. Dig that crazy high note! DorothyFord, RitaSchniers, HelenChonte, Mary Drees- man, Roberta Arnold Mello-dears SEATED: Carol Braun, Jo Ann Schu¬ macher, Maryann Kennerknecht, Caro- lyn Zimmerman, Barbara Sauerwein, DorothyFord, Roberta Arnold. STAND¬ ING: Sister Jean Marie, Barbara Evans, Janet Vernier, Charlotte Brown, Carol Robbins. Keeping step with the band, Mission Day activities get underway. " RHYTHM MAKERS " Carol J. Huber, Barbara Evans, Mary J. Bieser, Kathy McGinley, Mary E. Salamone. SEATEDi Judy Kasa- baum. THE " UMP PAH PAH» SECTION HelenSchiebel, Janice Klien, Char¬ lotte Brown, Mary Ann Week, Doris Christ. STANDING: Maureen Stratmann. »PIED PIPERS» of N.D.A. JoAnn Schumacher, Carol Braun, Ann Lynn Hoeffken, Gail Jung, Suzanne RichaiJs, Lois Miller, Jeanette Engelerth. " CONCENTRA 1 ION» FIRST ROW: Carol Kniepkamp, Maryann Kenner- knecht, Carolyn Zimmerman, Barbara bauerwein. SECOND ROW: Mary Winchel, Karen Walker, Carol Brefeld. T1ÜRD ROW: Mary K. Schwarta, Marilyn Bauer. SEATEDt D. Kohl, V. Stengel, M. Bryant, P. Grimmer, K. Schwarz, B. Black, accompanists L. Buesher, and L. Forcstner, M. Holtkamp, N. Culbertson, M.L. Gansman, B. Eisenhauer, M.F. Sloger, .T.A. Goedde. STANDING: R. Kaleit, D. Donato, P. Smiley, K. Hoffman, B. Meirink, M. Bohn, R. Prindable, D. Rable, J. Chaffin, M.L. Kuebel, J.E. Kane, C. Bilhartz, P. Gavalak, M. Gill. 66 6? KNEELING: Mary Voellinger,BarbaraOlsson, Carol Huber, JanetVermeersch, Dian P oie,Shirley Compton, JudyFinley,NancyNichols. STANDING: Barbara Sauerwein, Ma Kennerknecht, Mary Frances Pape, Evelvnn Byrd, Jo Ann Schneider, Carol Layton, Ba taenhauer, Carol Bryant, Carol Braun, Chris Lai uet, Judy Chaffin, Dons Christ, Carolyn Tindall, Pat Steiner, Franny Slogger and Director Sister Mary Eda. 69 s4ou sicC4- ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS Janet Ratz $ 15.00-Elaine Schneider,$ 10.00- " What the Bill of Rights Means To Me " " I SPEAK FOR DEMOCRACY " Fudy Finley-Oratorical Contest " Voice of Democ- acy ' fromcity of Belleville-certificate and cloc} ' adio. POSTER CONTEST WINNERS Sandy Giamonco $ 8.00-SecondPlace, MarthaHolt- kamp $ 11.00-First Place, Karen Walker-Honor¬ able Mention. SPEECH CONTEST-ORATORY SUPERIOR RATING Janet Vermeexsch and Carolyn Tindall - Speech Award- " Homt and Family " . 70 4cotiVtftâ’ CURREST EVENTS CONTEST WINNER Pat Hatzel LATIN STARS OF N.D.A. Janet Vermeeisch, Cathy Bauer, Sister M. Rob- ertine, Carol Huber, Janice Klein. :OOKIE CONTEST CHAMPIONS. Caution, Indigestion ahead! iHTED: Weis Twins, Judy and Janet. STAND- KG: Joan Smith and Margaret Lotz. The WINNERS of the " READ-A-WEE " DRIVE 71 (?. S. ' r OHOKZTCf ut This military maiden, Judy Klimas, was electedbyher classmates to represent Notre Dame at ail social functions, sponsored by Christian Brothers 1 College. Sit. “rtytÿA- TQepieà ttattue Modeling her new formai for the St. Louis U. High football dance is Mary Jo Rukavina, selected by tne seniors to represent Notre Dame. s4(u tKae Sfr H4ox i fëbtp (?ene KOHCf In the Academy chapel these seniors, accompanied by their mothers, watch intently as Monsignor Bauer blesses their rings. Aluronae représentatives of the class of W56, Jayne Johnston, Mary Therese «urne display the senior class rings, oounted on a white plastic foam base, itcorated in the blue and white of Notre «me. Ti ' P zt6 i-72au ÿ tten, ‘Scutquet M Straighten youi tie, Dad " 74 " Umm Mom! That smells good. H SsÂâï» " « Queen. V ' V " « « „“£ »«Çu..„ ü c „c “‘ u ’ ' 1 «£ ?•• tZuee t4 frw t “Z2 z t Mission Day gets underway with the ciowning of Mission Day Queen, Carol Braun. Kuebel 75 Cheerful cheerers Sister Paula ha s gone to Rome To represent the nuns back home. ScA ol Lights! Caméra! Action! Former N.D. student, Joy Hindm n f enjoy ' her new apartment in Texas. s 78 Venus DeMilo Cheese! Attention, Yea! Team, Let ' s go! ScAooC Senior Class presidents brush up on An artist at.work! parliamentary procedure. 80 ' Pat ' uMt4 Most Révérend Albert R. Zuroweste, D. D., Bishop of Belleville Right Révérend Monsignor Leonard A. Bauer Very Révérend Monsignor Lawrence J. O ' Connell Very Right Rev. Msgr. B.N. Manning Very Rev. J os. J. Orlet Rev. Francis A. Beykirch Rev. T. P. Driscoll Rev. Louis F. Eli Rev. Stephen R. Freund Rev. Melvin B. Haas Rev. Ralph L. Haas Rev. Gregory Holtgrave Rev. Father Paul Holthaus Rev. Edwin Kastner Rev. U. B. Kuhl Rev. William R. Maul Rev. Vincent Meskenas Rev. Bernard Pender Rev. William Rensing Rev. Francis Seyer Rev. R. T. Shea Rev. Stephen Sramek Rev. Melvin Vandeloo School Sister of Notre Dame of St. Henry School Sisters of Notre Dame of St. Martin of T ours School Sisters of Notre Dame St. Stephen School Sisters of Notre Dame Marrero, La. School Sisters of Notre Dame Blessed Sacrament Sisters of Loretto St. Patrick ' s St. Joseph School St. Philip School St. Mary ' s Mother ' s Club King ' s House of Retreats Belleville, ni. Senior Homeroom 102 Senior Homeroom 109 Senior Homeroom 110 Junior Homeroom 201 Junior Homeroom 206 Junior Homeroom 207 Sophomore Homeroom 205 Sophomore Homeroom 306 Sophomore Homeroom 309 Freshman Homeroom 108 Freshman Homeroom 308 Freshman Homeroom C102 Freshman Homeroom C101 Freshman Homeroom C120 Mrs. Frank Abegg Mi. Mrs. Abright R. P. Ackerman Mx. Mis. Lloyd Adams Mr. Mrs. R. G. Aiken Gus Allard Mr. Mrs. Bert H. Allison Mrs. Savina Alminowicz Mr. Mrs. Joseph Amann Mr. Mis. John Ancer Frank Anderson Mr. Mrs. Frank Anderson Mr. Mrs. Paul Andrews Mr. Mrs. Francis Andrzejewski Mr. Mrs. Lester Appel Mr. Bernard Arnold Mrs. Roger C. Arras Mr. Mrs. Herbert Avault Catherine Bacewicz Al Bakos Edgar A. Baldus Mr. Mis. M. C. Ballard Mr. Mrs. Merton Baltz Mrs. George Barker Mr. Lyn Barker Bridget Barton N. J. Barton Marion Bartsch Mr. Mrs. Clarence Bassler Mary Lou Bauckhom 1 55 Adrior F. Bauer Mr. Mrs. Alphonse Bauer Francis Bauer Mrs. Henry Bauer Jr. Joseph Bauer G. A. Becker Sons Mary Belt Mr. Mrs. Robert Beltz Mr. Mrs. John A. Beckel Gustav Bertschinger Dr. Mrs. Arthur H. Beske Mrs. Clara Bier Mr. Henry Bierschenk Mr. Mrs. J. W. Bieser Arthur W. Biscnoff Barbara Black ' 59 Mr. Mrs. Dwight W. Black Marilyn A. Blaes ' 53 Mr. Mrs. Bert Blanquart Carol Jean Bodenberg ' 57 Hazel Boismenue Mr. Mis. Loraine Braun Kathie Brennen ' 58 Mrs. George Brichler George Brichler Mrs. Herbert Briesacher Arthur R. Brownlie Jr. M. D. Mr. Mrs. Sylvester J. Brutto Mr. Fred Bucholz Mr. Mrs. Charles Buhremester Bunn Son Dr. Bill Burton Joseph Buskerus Evelyn Byrd H. V. Calhoun Curtis E. Chapman Joan Chorlton Judy Chorlton ' 55 Mr. Mrs. Roy Chorlton Wesley Chorlton Mr. Mrs. Alvin Christ Kermit Christmann Dr. Mrs. D. E. Clark Mr. H. E. Clark Mr. Mrs. John Clifford Mr. Mrs. R. H. Conrad and Son Mr. Mrs. R. E. Costello Jr. David Courtney Mr. H. Crouch Dr. Mrs. R. F. Culbertson Mr. Mis. W. G. Dascklse Mr. Mrs. Ralph Daubach Thomas E. Delaney Mr. Mrs. Eugene L. Dial Mr. Mrs. Eldon Dillow Mr. Mrs. Donlan Mr. Mrs. Joseph Dopkowski Mr. Mrs. Donald Dougherty Mr. Mrs. Bernard H. Dreesman Mr. Mrs. Joseph W. Drovetta Mr. Mrs. Larry Dunn Raymon M. Eamest Mr. Mis. G. Eamshaw Mrs. Adel Eckhardt Bob Edwards Mr. Mis. Ed Egner Mary Elliott Mrs. Ruth England Dr. Nick H. Feder Edward G. Fellner Vera E. Fellner Cletus V. Fergurson Miss Earlene Fink ' 56 Mr. Mrs. H. C. Finley Mrs. Ardell Fleshren Mrs. Loretta F or an Mary EUen For an ' 57 Dr. Harvey J. F or est ne r ‘PafooK . McDuff Davis Frehes II Mrs. Esther Frehes Mr. Mrs. John H. Frehes Maryann Frehes 57 Barbara Fries 58 Dorothy Fuess Mr. Mrs. M. J. Gaul Mrs. E. V. Glaubler Georgia Lee Glaus 55 Clement Goebel Capt. Mrs. Richard J. Goetz Robert Gregory Joseph Grinus Francine Guidinas 55 Mr. Mrs. Elmer J. Haas Jr. Mrs. Grâce Hammel Mrs. H. Harris Mr. Mrs. William J. Harris Dr. Mrs. Jack T. Haskins Mr. Mrs. Louis E. Heizer Dianne L. Helfrich Mr. Mrs. William Helfrich Mr. Mrs. F. D. Henry Margie Hilpert Fran. Hoeffken Wm. Hoeffken Mr. Ronald Hoercher Art Hoffman Mr. S. C. Hoffman Mr. Mrs. Donald Holten Dr. Edmund Holten Représentative Frank Holten Sr. Mr. Mrs. Charles Herman Family Mr. Mrs. Bob Hyland Mr. Mrs. J. Iwasyszyn Lois Jerry Mrs. Joseph Johnston Mr. Mrs. Norman Jones Mr. Mrs. Alexander O. J est Mrs. Anna Kaif Agnes Kaiser ' 55 Mrs. Leroy Kaiser Mr. Mis. Louis Kaiser Dr. Mrs. Jerry J. Kajie Patricia Kassly Mr. Mrs. Fred C. Keller Mr. Mrs. Robert Kennerknecht L. H. Kiefer Tom Kiefer Mr. Mrs. R. Kinsella Helen Klawonn ' 70 John E. Klawonn Judy K limas f 57 Mrs. Robt. Knauer Mrs. Mary Kocot Mr. Mrs. A. Kordela Mr. Mrs. Russell Krupp Dr. Mrs. J. D. Kubuschek Dr. James A. Kuebel Mrs. R. Kuebel Mr. Mrs. Frank Kusier Dr. Mrs. H. L. Lange Dr. H. L. Lange Mrs. Vincent R. Lanter Mr. Mrs. Stanley La Quet Gene Lechien Mrs. Joseph Lehman Mr. Mrs. Joseph Leveling Jack Liberstein Paul Loehr Mrs. Clyde Long Mr. Mrs. Andrew Lucido Jr. Paul Luehrs Mr. Mrs. August Luekemeyer Miss Mary Ann Lugge Mr. Paul Lukac Mrs. Cari Macio Dr. George R. Martin Mr. Mrs. J. Martin Mrs. Mary Marzer Mrs. Wm. H. Matlack Dr. Stuart W. Mauch, M.D. and Family Mr. Mrs. George McBride Mr. Mrs. McElligott Mr. Mrs. R. McEvilly Miss J. McEvilly Roger McKean Mrs. B. A. McMahon Mr. Mrs. Robert McMullen Mr. Mrs. Edw. Meinen Frank Ménard Mr. Mrs. Fred M. Mersinger Rosalie Mertens George H. Meyer Mr. Guy Mifflib Jeanette Miller ' 52 A. Mirring Mrs. Ed. Mixon Mrs. Georgia Mixon Mr. Mrs. Fred Moessinger Mrs. Walter Momsen Mrs. John G. Moore Howard R. Moore Mr. Mrs. Clark Morse Mr. Mrs. Wesley C. Moss Jr. John Mueler Dr. F. J. Mueller Mr. Mrs. Elmer J. Mulligan Mr. Mrs. T. W. Murphy Frank Murphy Mr. Mrs. Mac Muskopf Mr. Mrs. H. C. Naumann Alice Nelson Mr. Mrs. R. J. Nevenner Dr. Lamar H. Ochs, M. D. Mr. Mrs. W. O Iss on Mr. Mrs. R. G. Ottessen Margaret Mary O ' Brien Mrs. Rose A. O ' Hara Emmett O ' Leary Mr. Mrs. Vincent F. O ' Leary Miss B on nie Peet Charlotte Pensoneau Laurene Perry Miss Ethel E. Pfeffer Miss Ann Platzkoester Mr. Mrs. Wm. Pointer Mr. Mrs. S. A. Poirot Mr. Anthony N. Polito Mr. R. C. Ptice Mrs. A. E. Ratz Mr. Mrs. Edgar Rehg Mr. Mrs. A. B. Reinsch Mrs. Henry Reis Miss Luciüe R e me lis ' 52 Miss Frances Rensing Marilyn Ann Rensing 58 Phil Rheinecker Dr. Mrs. D. R. Robertson Mr. Mrs. Harry C. Robins Dr. George A. Rosenthal Mrs. Adam Roth Jerry Roth Mrs. S us an Rebelmann Mr. Mrs. F. W. Rukavina Sandy Judy 57 Mr. Orville V. Sauerwein Mr. Mrs. W. A. Schaefer Mr. Mrs. L. L. Scharp C. M. Schauerte Mr. Mrs. Roy M. Schiebel Dr. Mrs. A. D. Schilling Rin. C. Schindler Mr. Mrs. Albert A. Schirmer Mrs. R. Schlarman Marian Schmittling 53 Mr. Mrs. J. A. Schmittling Miss Mary Louise Schneider Mrs. Emma Schombom Léo Schuerger Mr. Mrs. Chas. Schumacher Mr. Mrs. John Schwellensattl Sharon Scoville Mr. Mrs. August Sedlack Mr. Mrs. David J. Seitz Mr. Mrs. J. D. Shawen Jr. Michael, Deborah Cynthia Sheppard Mr. Mrs. S. A. Sloger A. H. Smiley Mr. Mrs. Darrell F. Smith Mr. Mrs. William T. Smith Mr. Mrs. Glen T. Soucy Miss Ruth Ann Soucy ' 57 Mr. Mrs. Stephen r. Soucy Mr. Mrs. T. J. Stein Bella Steuermagel Mr. Mrs. A. J. Stoeckel Candidate Deanne Stratmann 56 Maureen Stratmann 59 Mr. Mrs. Richard Stratmann Elnora Tate Mr. Mrs. Frank Teriet Mi. Mrs. John Ternes Mrs. Wm. Thebus Miss Rita Troupe f 51 Mel Fran Martha M. Urban Mr. Albert Vahlkamp Jo Vervier Sarry Vieth Miss Mary Vortman Mike Vogtilla Mr. Eugene J. Vollinger Frank Vollmer Doctor C. H. Wagner W. H. Wallon M. D. Mrs. O. E. Weber Mr. Mrs. Leroy J. Week Mr. Mrs. Herman F. Wellinghaff Doris Alice Wesolik Mrs. Peter Wesolik Dr. Charles O. White MJ). Dr. F. J. Winkler Mr. Mrs. Edward Witkowski Miss Donna Wodocheck 54 Mrs. M. Woesthaus Margaret Louise Wombacher 56 Mr. Mrs. Emil Wottowa Mr. Mrs. John Zatka Mr. Mrs. G. A. Zimmerman Carolyn Zimmermann 57 Anderson 1 s Pharmacy Andrew ' s Trailors Arjo Barbecue Art Kern Service Station B P Office Supply Co. Bassler ' s Nursery Beatty’s Shoe Store Beck Vanilla Products Co. Bill ' s Caméra Shop Blackwell Radio TV Bobolink Soda Shop Brown ' s Dry Goods Store Cannehold ' s Grocery Cardinal Potatoe Chips Caste lli-Bom Catholic Literature Store Centerville TOM BOY Super Market Central Sewing Supply Char-Cel Tavern N. L. Deedle Shop Diann ' s Grill Dollus Bros. Dugan ' s Place East Main Service Eckert ' s Market Esquire Cleaners Feicherts Bakery H. E. Fût Market Gant Redmon Ins. Agency Gaylo ' s Children ' s Shoes and Clothing Gerding Drug Co. W. T. Grant Co. Greyhound Bus Station Home Fumiture Co. Hull Drugs Humpty Dumpty Playschool Julleis Feed Company J en ' s Beauty Shop Katz-Belleville Knapp Furniture Krupps ' Floral Shop Lefty ' s Barber Shop Lemer ' s - Belle ville Leo ' s Food Shop Lock Service Co. Loisel Drug Co. Lorraine ' s Launderette Lou ' s Major Auto Lucille ' s Bridai Gown Salon Lucille ' s Beauty Shop Luehder Grocery Lugge Shoe Repair Marcella Beauty Shop Maserang Kommunity Store Cari F. Meyer Bakery Meyer Kecorator ' s Inc. Moss Bros. Real Estate Inc. McCoy ' s Tavern New Era Oil Company Noll ' s Tavern Orville Feder ' s Texaco Service Pat ' s Beauty Shop Peter ' s Hardware Co. Raetz Doughnut Shop Ralph ' s Market Reime Photo Service Rhein ' s Music House, Inc. Rice Bedel Certified Accountants Roco ' s Shoe Shop St. Clair Music Shoppe Schenk Cleaners Schilling Petroleum Co. Schmidt-Wuller, Inc. Schuerger Prescription Store Sid Miller Service Station W. J. Stailey Co. State Finance Co. Stein Army Surplus Sussie ' s Womens and Children ' s Shoes The Children ' s Shop Tinney ' s Shoe Repair Traube Venetian Blind Co. Ed Tribout Novelties Union Electric Co. V-C Rej 1 Drugs Vetran ' s 1 inoleum Vic ' s Blue Room Walkohl Drug Co. Watkins Products The Weber Insurance Agency Wright-Way Wheel and Brake Service We Wish to thank our Sixteen FRIENDS who prefer to remain anonymous. ' Tfo te DcuMe ‘T Cot en Our most interested and generous sponsors Mothers ' Club Officers and their Daughterss (SEATED) Mrs. H. Craig, Treasurer; Mrs. W. Smith, Vice-president; Mrs. George Zimmerman, President; Mrs. J. W. Bieser, Rec. Secretary; and Mrs. A. Minor, Cor. Secretary. (STANDING) Rita Craig, Judy A. Smith, Carolyn Zimmerman, Mary Jo Bieser, and Enid Minor. Tfotne Da tte 0 pat6en s4«tcù p%te tct Cu O ur best backers and greatest benefactors Fathers ' Club Officers and their Daughters: (STANDING) Mr. F. Miller, Treasurer, Mr. R. Stratmann, Vice-president; Mr. F. Stengel, President; and Mr. T. Heck, Secretary. (SEATED) Lois Miller, Maureen Stratmann, Virginia Stengel, and Cathiyn Heck. Belleville FELLNER-RATHEIM INC. Department Store Operators Since 1891 Ladies’ Children’s Ready-To-Wear Men’s Boys’ Furnishings Draperies — Window Shades — Linoléum Carpets ADams 4-0344 207 East Main Illinois SCHAUFLER PHARMACY “Oldest and most modem in Belleville” PRESCRIPTIONS FOUNTAIN SERVICE Self Service . . . Your choice of complété line Drugs — Sundries and Novelties ADams 3-0055 300 E. Main PHOTOGRAPHERS to HER MAJESTY, MISS NOTRE DAME BAECHLE CLEANERS 216 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois FRILLMAN PHOTOGRAPHERS 7607 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois GRIMM GORLY FLORISTS 11 th and State Street East St. Louis f Illinois SAEGER WACHTEL HARDWARE 3301 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois Established 1867 STOLZE LUMBER COMPANY 600 South Illinois Street BELLEVILLE ILLINOIS R. M. Phillips - Mgr. ADAMS 3-0075 C Compliments of MR. BUILDER in Bel levi I le Charles E. Woot , Jr. AD. 3-8258 WOOD REALTY COMPANY 4701 West Main Street EX. 7-3659 A. J. BENNETT and SON CONSTRUCTION CO. Excavating Grading East St. Louis 5309 Caseyville Ave. UP 4-8021 Compliments of Illinois THE CARROLL HOUSE 200 East Main Belleville Illinois Congratulations, Notre Dame Graduâtes. Your future holds many wonderful expériences. PerhAps one day soon you too will control the weather within your own home. Shownhere is an actual photograph af a Frigidaire Yeai-Round Air Conditioning System. The happy owner is shcwn changing the System froro cooling to heating by a simple twist of the wrist. This is only one af many types of Air Conditioning made and backed by Frigi¬ daire division af General Motocs and sold and installed by our company since 1927. « L. H. KIEFER SALES SERVICE Your comfort is our business. 800 East Main Street BellevÜle, Illinois Phone ADams 3-0966 MARXER I. G. A. SUPER MARKET Méats for Home Freezers Processed Groceries Méats Frozen Foods and Produce Dry Goods AIR CONDITIONED Open Friday Night Till 9 Call Green Field 6-3161 207 West Washington Millstadt Illinois Mr. Mrs. RICHARD F. STRATMANN Mrs. MARY MARXER PROPS. The Academy of Notre Dame congratulâtes 1881 WEST DISINFECTING COMPANY on its 75th Anniversary in serving the Nation as Chemical manufacturer for the promotion of SANITA- TION. The first St, Louis office of West on the comer of Locust and 12th Street. Note the delivery wagon of 75 years ago. For 75 years West has played an important part in the control of plagues, épidémies, disease etc. Through research we produce the disinfectant to meet the problem. 1957 WEST DISINFECTING COMPANY Executive Offices: 42-16 West Street Long Island City 1, New York Mr. Stillman S. Rouse Illinois Représe ntative 301 North 57th Street Belleville, Illinois Compliments of SCHLOSSER’S LINCOLN SODA SHOP 107 East Main Belleville Illinois SIMONDS DRUG STORE Where You Are Always Welcome Professional Pharmacy Prescriptions — Our Specialty Millstadt Le Us Ksep Yovr Medicine Chest We Stocked Phone Green Field 6-2551 Compliments °f TREESCH NEON SIGN CO. c 434 East Broadway East St. Louis, Illinois Compliments of BAUER SHEET METAL 1807 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois Compliments °f MINOR CONSTRUCTION CO. 709 St. Clair Ave. BelleviIle, Illinois MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO gives you added convenience and surrounds you with the charm and femininity so necessary where beauty lives Please stop by to see the new location. We look forward to your visit. 305 East Main ADams 4-5974 A GREAT NEW TIRE SERVICE It’s a real pleasure for us of Coffey—Schreiber Tire Company to be teamed up with U. S. Royal Tires, For now we can offer you — and every other E. St. Louis and Belleville motorist - the world’s foremost tire life and safety plus friendly, efficient service to help you get full mileage value from your tires. Corne, look us over as your U. S. Royal distributor. U. S. ROYAL TIRES NOW AVAILABLE AT COFFEY-SCHREIBER TIRE CO. lOth and Broadway E. St. L-ouis UP 5-0010 BELEEVII.LE’S GENERAL APPLIANCE FASTEST GROWING ELECTRIC DEALER F or the “Best Deal”, the biggest trade in town, see the rest, then see E. B. JONES HOMEMAKERS INC. 103 West Main, Belleville, Illinois AD—4-4913 1 lth Illinois Ave., East St. Louis UP—5-2600 BELLEVILLE - ST. LOUIS COACH CO. 31 Public Square ÀDams 3-3700 Belleville |||. BELLEVILLE AUTOMOTIVE TRADES ASSOCIATION J. C. Auffenberg, Ford 1001 S. Illinois Street Ford Edward Mutto Auto Sales 517 South Illinois Street Hudson Kerly Cldsmobile Co. 13 North Church Street Oldsmobile Oliver C. Joseph, Inc. 223 West Main Street Dodge-Plymouth Erl inger—Loder, Inc. 1218 West Main Street Packard Wagner Motor Car Co. A and Jackson Streets Buick National Auto Supplies 17 North Second Street Auto Parts and Service Equipment Meyer Bros. Auto Co. 335 West Main Street Pontiac —Cadillac Endres Motor Sales 3625 West Main Street Studebaker L. R. McKinley Sons, Inc. 512 West Main Street Chevrolet Auffenberg 115 East “A " Street Lincoln Mercury NOTRE DAME, WE LOVE YOU 100 O ' - ' ' • — -


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