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

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1859 - 1959 Title Page. In Memoriam. 4 Dedication. 5 Our Most Reverend Bishop. 6 Notre Dame Faculty--Priests. 7 School Sisters of Notre Dame and Layteachers. 8 CONTENTS 2 From the Principal ' s Desk.10 Past, Présent, and Future. n Students--Class of 1959 . 16 Class of 1960 . 32 Class of 1961. 37 Class of 1962 . 41 Classes .. Activities. Our Friends- -Patrons and Advertisers . 3 October 10, 1958 will long remain a sadly significant date in the lives of the youth of today. On that day the young people of the world lost a Friend. On that day,Pope Pius XII.Suprême Pontiff of the Catholic Church.was calledbefore the throne of God. His nineteen years in the papal chair had been full years. years replete with labor and love and holiness. His death shocked and saddened the entire world and snatched from todays teeners the only Pope they had ever known and loved as a father and friend. O God. grant him eternal rest and let perpétuai light shine upon him. ion •t ' In 1859, on October 6, the School Sisters of Notre Dame, from Milwaukee, Wis¬ consin, opened to seventy-five girls, the doors of the Institute of the Immaculate Con¬ ception, located at Third and Harrison Streeis, in Belleville, Illinois. Between that happy day in October and today are strung one hundred golden years of loving service to the young girls of the Diocèses of Alton and Belleville and the neighboring archdiocese and diocese. These years are replete with joys and successes, disappointments and failures, hopes and plans. The struggle has been constant, finances often inadéquate, disasters not lacking, but the blessing of God has been perpétuai, success encouraging, and results rewarding. Notre Dame’s " Centennial Memories of 1959” is dedicated to the hundreds of cap¬ able young women who hâve gone forth from her protecting halls to take their places in the work of the world as nurses, nuns, teachers, secretaries, joumalists, pharmacists, medical technicians, and a h ost of vocations too numerous to mention; to the splendid wives and mothers, faithful to God and to home and family; ail of them women who hâve held aloft the torch of virtue and knowledge, and hâve lived out the principles of truth and fidelity instilled into their young hearts by the daughters of Our Lady, the School Sisters of Notre Dame. To these, and to the nuns who gave of their best, their lives and their energies to teach and train the young, our yearbook of the centenary is fittingly dedicated. AD MULTOS ANNOS! 5 " Children educated under Catholic auspices should be an antidote against the poison of secularism and materialism that rules so many so-called Christian homes . . . Catholic éducation brings changes in the mind and heart of the child and must enable him to live the life of a true Catholic when his dependency upon others no longer exists. The aim, there- fore, of our teaching efforts, in the words of Plus XI, ’is to enable our pupils to cooperate with divine grâce in forming Christ. " ’ HI8 EXCELLENCY, THE M08T REVEREND ALBERT R. ZUROWESTE, D. D. BISHOP OF BELLEVILLE 6 H N. D. A. CATECHISTS Rt. Rev. Monsignor Leonard A. Bauer Chancellor of Belleville Diocese Chaplain of the Academy of Notre Dame Junior instructor Rev. Al Burak O.M.I Assistant St. Henry ' s Parish Junior instructor Rev. James Calhoun Assistant St. Luke ' s Parish Freshman instructor Rev. Joseph Callahan Assistant Blessed Sacrament Parish Freshman and Sophomore instructor Rev. Jerome Hartlein Assistant St. Albert the Great ' s Parish Freshman instructor Rev. Edwin Kastner Assistant St. Clare ' s Parish Senior instructor Rev. Arthur Niemeyer, Director St. John s Orphanage Sophomore instructor Rev. Harry Schumacher Assistant St. Mary ' s Parish Sophomore and Junior instructor Sister M. Reginald, S.S.N.D. Principal Sister Marie Alban, S.S.N.D. Citizenship Sister M. Angelee, S.S.N.D. Sophomore Homeroom, French, Ar N.D. Teachers Aid Sister M. Angelita, S.S.NJD. Sophomore Homeroom, Library Sister M. Anne Catherine, S.S.N.L, Freshman Homeroom, Geometry, Chemistry Sister M. Aquina, S.SJsIX). Algebra, Freshman Homeroom, P.C.M.I. Sister M. Carolette, S.S.N.D. Freshman Homeroom, English, Freshman Sodality Sister Charles Marie, S.S.N.D. Sophomore Homeroom, English, Health, Mary’s Helpers Mrs. Margaret Rayback Sister M. Francis Michael, S.S.N.D. Freshman Homeroom, General Mathematics, General Science, Algebra Sister M. Gerald, S.S.N.D. Junior Homeroom, Biology, CSMC Sister M. Gonsalva, S.S.NJD. General Business, Registrar Sister M. Gustava, S.S.N.D. Senior Homeroom, Clothing Sister Jane Marie, S.S .N.D. Sophomore Homeroom, English, Speech, Dramatics Sister Jean Marie, S.S.N.D. Piano, Organ, Choral, Glee Club Band Sister M. Julitta, S.S.N.D. Trigonometry, Advanced Algebra, Guidance Director X Miss Margie Soucy Sister M. Justin, S.SJ .D. Junior Homeroom, Typing, Shorthand, Book- keeping, Student Council. Sister M. Magdaline, S.S.N.D. General Office Sister M. Mathilde, S.S.N.D. Study Supervisor Sister M. Patrick, S.S.N.D. Senior Homeroom, English, Typing, Read-a-Wee Sister M. Patricius, S.S.N.D. Senior Homeroom, Latin, Typing, Yearbook Sister M. Pierre, S.SJ ' Î.D. Study Supervisor Sister Richard Marie, S.S.N.D. Junior Homeroom, Citizenship, Sodality Mrs. Peggy Walsh Sister M. Robertine, S.S.N.D. Latin Sister M. Rosella, S.S.N.D. Junior Homeroom, Typing, Shorthand Sister M. Victory, S.S.N.D. Junior Homeroom, American History, World History, American Problems, CSMC Sister M. Wilhelma, S.SJsI.D. General Office Mrs. Vivian Knauer Freshman Homeroom, English Mrs. Margaret Rayback American History, World History Miss Margie Soucy Physical Education, Geometry, GAA Mrs. Peggy Walsh Physical Education 9 Mr dear Girls, In the fall of 1859, the School Sisters of Notre Dame began their efforts for the éducation of the girls of the Belleville and Southern Illinois areas. During the century, alumnae of the old Immaculate Conception Academy and of the présent Academy of Notre Dame hâve been among the finest Catholic leaders of the Diocese. You, dear Graduâtes of 1959, round out the century. May you, in whatever field of endeavor you find yourselves, carry on the high ideals and traditions of Notre Dame. Our Blessed Mother will be with her girls in the second century as she was in the first. Her humility, purity, sincerity, prudence, and love for God and her fellowmen should always be reflected in her daughters. The faculty will count on you. You know what is expected of our fine Catholic leaders; and our country, the Church, and God Himself are looking to you for ail that is best in Catholic American womanhood. May God love you and Mary keep you until the final commence¬ ment day. Yours in Notre Dame, 10 Sutc tfy t£c ccntu ' Uf •ified ctex uUf. fade evct£ a, foaoy t lt daex iec. e art. AaxeC Up-, faf tnd li Ament “r acc ed in tde tdcxd àtxuctuxc {h cCa 6undxed ye t r-a, s4c dem f £ Ttotxc ‘Da.mc c tmc ceA uit accond tfr4M lavctup texuice fo fad4 jbeafUe. PA8T - Academy of Notre Dame traces her history back to 1859,’when at the re- quest of Bishop Baltes, of Alton, the School Sisters of Notre Dame opened Immaculate Conception Academy, for girls, at Third and Harrison St s., with an enrollment of seventy-five. Immaculate Conception Academy, erected in 1884, replacing the first structure destroyed by fire in January, 1884, with the loss of the lives of four nuns and twenty-two girls, as it stands today. Forty years later, cold but confident friends and well-wishers cleared a path through the snow to share with His Excellency, Bishop Althoff, the joy of breaking ground for the new Academy of Notre Dame on West Main Street. 1925, and an enlarged, modem, beau- tiful Academy of Notre Dame faces on West Main, the ol d Rock Road, at 6400. PRESENT From the bell tower daily, a memorial bell dedicated to the nuns and girls, victims of the convent fire of 1884, rings out a brief, melodious call to prayer. The academy chapel in 1929 con- trasts sharply with the white marble throne room of Christ, the Master, where today He awaits the visits of NDA girls. Additional space and modem facili- ties were provided in 1937 when the new high school building erected to the right of the convent building, was dedicated by His Excellency, Bishop Althoff. Notre Dame campus, a beauty s pot in a section where beauty prevails, lifts mind and heart to God and Mary. Seniors recreate and reminisce in the shadow of the grotto of Lourdes in the quadrangle. 13 THE PRESENT BUILDS THE FUTURE ON THE PAST Just wondering what school was like when Mom was a girl. Seniors Sandy Hoeffken, Jo Schilling, Susan Poirot, Jane Klein, Carolyn Barbee, and Rosemary Jackson are daughters of Notre Dame alumnae. Frances Ellen Reime, little daughter of Alice Jane Braun Reime ( ' 40), assisted by crown-bearer, Mary Catherine Miller, daughter of Marlene Blumenstock Miller ( 49), crowns Mary, Queen of May, in the convent chapel. Alumnae Family Day in October at ND and Mary and Larry Harper, children of Mary Prosser Harper ( 53) share two very spécial attractions. 14 r 4 k Mm T Bül IPJLMt mai ihm St. “Pete ouxccx. jhnutcctox f«utA. Acwutl ce tu iUA t U t a uat t u Kt Ucicd $t %(a A £ Uf, fruutxUxC tAc conpicfaU oj t U. Sc Uel Sc tcxA Tfoto " D .. (?Au%eA €Utt iti€A Ch toutAcx t 7 Uchuc a cctttvuf eup%, met tAc uz hc z%oAlc t f e4t x£UAÀi } tAc ?rnttoculcUc unccptiuH s4c Ccmtf, today tAc 4ccutcm Ttatne “Dame. TH ct tAc 650 tu U W y eÙUm Ttotrc T uhc m tAccx s4t tuz 7 tatex. SENIORS CAROL ABECC ... St. Stephen; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 3; Pep Club 3; CAA 3,4. CAROL AITKEN ... St. Augustine; CSMC 1,2,3,4; Coun- cil 4; Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; French Club 1,2; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Varsity 2,3; Yearbook Staff 4. ALMA ALMINOWITZ . . . Immaculate Conception; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2; Band 1,2; CAA 3,4. MARILYN ANCER ... St. Martin Of Tours; Sodality 1,2, 3,4, Secretary 4; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Science Fair Entry 2, 3rd Prize; NDA Teachers ' Aid 1,2; May Day Représentative 1; Rosary Day 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4. COLLEEN BAECHLE ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2, 3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Rep. 2; Student Council 1; Class Treasurer 3; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Page Editor 4; Library Guild 3,4, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 2,3; May Day Maid 2; Rosary Day 1. CAROLYN BARBEE . . . Holy Rosary; Sodality 1; CSMC 1, 2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Latin Club 3; NDA Teacher ' s Aid 1; GAA 1,2,3,4. SANDRA BASINSKI ... SS, Cyril Methodius; Sodality 3; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Science Fair Winner, Second Prize; NDA Teacher ' s Aid 1; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Year¬ book 4. SHARON BASSLER ... St. Mary; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2, 3,4; Student Council, Sergeant-at-Amis 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Class Secretary 1; Library Guild 3. SENIORS CATHERINE BAUER ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2, 3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3,4, Vice Prefect 4; Student Council 1; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Assoc. Ed. 4; CSPA 4; Essay Contest Winner 1,2,3; Poster Contest Winner 3; Teachers ' Aid 2; G AA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Candidate for Mary ND 1; Rosary Day 2,3,4. CONNIE BERANEK ... SS. Cyril Methodius; CSMC 1,2, 3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Student Council 3; Honor Roll 3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Editor 4; Glee Club 3,4, Sextet 4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 3; CBC Rep. 4. JEANETTE BERKEL ... St. Mary; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Council 4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4, Rep. 1,2; Mary ' s Helper 1; Stu¬ dent Council 4, Vice Près. 4; Honor Roll 2,3; Science Fair Entry 2, First Prize; Glee Club 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Varsity 2,3; Candidate for Mary ND 3; May Day Maid 2; Rosary Day 4. PATRICIA BIVER . . . Our Lady Queen of Peace; CSMC 1, 2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Class Vice Près. 1; Honor Roll 3,4; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Circulation Manager 4; CSPA 4; Science Fair Entry 2, Second Prize; Band Major¬ ette 1,2,3,4; Music Récital 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3. BARBARA ANN BLACK ... St. Martin of Tours; CSMC 1, 2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4, Rep. 1; Sodality 1; Honor Roll 1,2, 4; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Page Editor 4; Science Fair Entry 2, Third Prize; Glee Club 2,3,4; Sextet 3,4; Music Récital 3, 4; School Play 4; Genesian Masque 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Rosary Day 1. JOYCE BLANQUART ... St. Peter’s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2, 3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Teachers ' Aid 2. PAT BRADLEY . . . Holy Angels; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1, 2,3,4; Sodality 1; GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3; Rosary Day 1. JOAN BRUTTO ... St. Henry CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2, 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Rosary Day 3,4; Student Council 3. SENIORS JOYCE BUESSE ... St. Albert the Créât; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2,3; School Play 4. JANET BURDEL . . . Holy Rosary; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; CAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3; Sodality 1; Science Club 1. SHIRLEY BUSS ... St. Teresa; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Rep. 1; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Ciass Secretary 2; French Club 3; CAA 1,2,3,4, Rep. 3,4; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Varsity 1,2,3, Maryville Toumament 1,2; Candidate for Mary ND 1; Yearbook Staff 3,4. JUDY CHAFFIN ... St. Augustine of Canterbury; CSMC 1.2.3.4, Rep. 2,3; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Page Editor 4; CSPA 3,4; NSPA ' Teachers ' Aid 3; Glee Club 2.3.4, Près. 4; Sextet 3,4; Music Récital 3,4; School Play 4; Genesian Masque 2; GAA 2,3,4. CAROL ANN CHAPUT ... St. Luke; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Coun- cil 4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4 Rep. 4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Library Guild 3,4; GAA 3,4. JOAN CHORLTON ... St. Henry; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4, Rep. 1, Près. 4; Student Council 2; Class Vice Près. 3,4; Latin Certificate 1,2; School Play 2,4; GAA 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Candidate for Mary ND 2; May Day Maid 2; Rosary Day 2,3. DO RIS CHRIST ... St. Peter Cathédral; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Genesian Masque 2; GAA 1,2,3,4, Rep. 2; Rosary Day 1. CHERYL ANN CLEARY ... St. Philip; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Rep. 4, Council 4, Paladin; Sodality 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3, 4; Mary ' s Helper 2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Rosary Day 4; Yearbook Staff 3,4. SENIORS GLORLA CLEMMONS . . . Blessed Sac rament, CSMC 1,2,3, 4, Council 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; French Club 1,2; School Play 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 3. JEAN CRAFT ... St. Philip; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3, 4; Class President 1; French Club 1,2; Glee Club 3,4. SANDRA CRAWFORD ... St. Philip; CSMC 2,3,4; PCMI 2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 2. MARY ANN DALHMAN ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; So- dality 1,2,3,4; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 3,4. JEANETTE DeFOSSET ... St. Mary; Transferred from St. Teresa ' s Academy, September, 1957. CSMC 3,4; PCMI 3.4. CAROL DIEKEMPER ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2, 3.4, Représentative 2,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 3; Library Guild 4; Glee Club 3,4; Genesian Masque 2; CAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3. BARBARA EBERLE ... St. Patrick; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1 2,3,4; Honor Roll 3; Poster Contest Winner 1; GAA 1, 2,3,4. NANCY ELLIOTT ... St. Philip; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1, 2,3,4; Class President 2; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 3. 19 SENIORS JONNALEE FENK ... St. Augustine of Canterbury; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Poster Contest Winner 1; G AA 2,3,4; May Day Représentative 1. LINDA FLETCHER . . . Scott Air Force Chapel; Transfer from St. Cecilia’s Academy, January, 1958. CSMC 4; PCMI 4. LORRAINE ANN FREDERICK ... St. Martin of Tours; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 3,4; Music Récital 1; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Yearbook 4. JUDITH GOETZMAN . . . Blessed Sacrament; CSMC 1,2,3, 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4, Treasurer 4; Class Secretary 3; Honor Roll 2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Varsity 2,3; Rosary Day 2. JOANNE GOMRIC . . . Holy Angels; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Coun¬ cil Member 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4, Secre- tary; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Library Guild 2,3; Essay Con¬ test Winner 1; Glee Club 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Rosary Day 1,3. KAREN SUE GREGORY ... St. Philip; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Honor Roll 3; Essay Contest Winner 1; Pep Club 1,2. MARY ANN GRIBAT ... St. Joseph; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 2; Read-A-Wee 1,2,3; NDA Teachers ' Aid 4; National Catholic Theatre Conférence 4; GAA 1,2,4; May Day Représentative 1. PHYLL1S ANN CRIMMER ... St. Mary; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,3; Read-A-Wee 3,4; NDA Teacher ' s Aid 2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Sextet 3,4; Music Récital 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2. 20 SENIORS JOYCE GROGAN ... St. Philip; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1, 2,3. JOANNA HALE . . . Parks Chapel A.M.E.; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Rosary Club 4; Class Treasurer 2; GAA 4. PAT HAYES . . . Blessed Sacrament; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Rep. 3, Council 4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1; Class Secretary 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wee 4; Library Guild 4; Latin Certificate 1,2; GAA 3,4; Rosary Day 3; Yearbook Staff 4. BEVERLY HEAD . . . Our Lady Queen of Peace; CSMC 1, 2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3. CAROL JEAN HELFRICH ... St. Mary; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Student Council 2; Class President 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wee 3, 4, Editor 4; CSPA 4; NSPA 3,4; Science Fair Entry 2, Second Prize; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Candidate for Mary ND 1,2; Rosary Day 1. MARY JO HENRY ... St. Clare; Transferred from Lan¬ caster Catholic High School, Penn., 1955; CSMC 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 3,4; French Club 3,4. CAROL HIMSTEDT ... St. Luke; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1.2.3.4, Rep. 2; Student Council 4; Honor Roll 4; Glee Club 3,4; Music Récital 1,2; Pep Club 1. SANDRA SUE HOEFFKEN ... St. Henry; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Council 2,3,4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2.3.4, Près. 4; Science Fair Entry 2, First Prize; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; May Day Maid 1. 21 SENIORS MARY ANN HOLDENER ... St. Joseph; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3. ROSE MARY JACKSON . . . Blessed Sacrament; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Council 3,4, Représentative 3; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Honor Roll 4; French Club 3, Secre- tary 3; School Play 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Varsity 2; Yearbook 3,4; GAA Rep. 1; Paladin. JACK1E JANOSKY ... St. Martin of Tours; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Ciass President 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; May Day Maid 3. RUTH ANN JOHNSON ... St. Patrick; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; GAA 1,2,3,4. GAU JUNG ... St. Mary; CSMC 1,2,3,4; Council 4, Représentative 3, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1, 2; Student Council 1; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Read-A-Wee Circulation Manager 4; Business Staff 3; CSPA; Glee Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Music Récital 1,2,3,4; Accom- panist 4; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 3. KAREN JUNG ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4, Rep. 4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Class Presi¬ dent 1,2,3; Library Guild 3,4, Secretary 4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; French Club 3; School Play 4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Candidate for Mary ND 1; Yearbook 3,4. CATHY KALERT ... St. Joseph; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3; GAA 1,2,3. DOLORES KARCHER ... St. Stephen; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 2; Glee Club 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Candidate for Mission Queen 3. 22 SENIORS JUDY KAVALIUNAS ... SS. Peter and Pauli CSMC 1,2,3 4; PCMI l,2,3,4i Poster Contest Winner li Science Fair Entry 2, First Prizei GAA 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA K£HL ... St. Mary; CSMC l,2,3,4i PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Latin Club 3. ELAINE KEIEHER ... St. Henryi CSMC 1,2,3,4, Rep. 2,3; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Music Récital 1,2; GAA 3,4. JANE KLEIN . . . Blessed Sacrament; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Rep. 4, Council 4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Vice Presi¬ dent 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Latin Certificate 1, Medal 2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 3; Yearbook Staff 4, Busi¬ ness Manager 4. c JANICE KLEIN ... St. John the Baptist; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 3,4; Class Vice President 3; Honor Roll 2,3; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Page Editor 4; Latin Certificate 1; Band 1,2; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Rosary Day 2,3,4; Mission Queen Candidate 4. JOAN KOERBER ... St. James; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary’s Helper 1; Library Guild 3,4; GAA 3,4. PAULA KRISTAN . . . Blessed Sacrament; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Vice President 1, Class Treasurer 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 1. JEAN KUEBEL ... St. Patrick; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Rep. 2,4, Council 2,3,4, Paladin; Sodality 1,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary’s Helper 1,2,3; Class President 2,4; French Club 3; Glee Club 3,4; Music Récital 3; Genesian Masque 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4, Rep. 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Varsity 2; Rosary Day 1,3,4; St. Louis U. Rep. 4. SENIORS MARYBETH LANGE . . . Blessed Sacrament; CSMC 1,2,3,4 PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3; Class Vice President 1, Class Secretary 4; Honor Roll 1,2; Read-A-Wee Business Staff 4; French Club 1,2; G AA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2. JUDITH ANN LAWRENCE ... SS. Peter and Paul; CSMC 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3,4, Prefect 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Stu¬ dent Council 3; Class Treasurer 1, Class President 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; French Club 3; Teachers ' Aid 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club 4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3; May Day Maid 1; Rosary Day 1,2,3,4. JUDY LUKAC ... St. Martin of Tours; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2; Student Council 4; GAA 1, 2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Rosary Day 1,2; Yearbook Staff 4. CAROL MANSFIELD . . . Blessed Sacrament; CSMC 1,2,3, 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1; French Club 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4, Rep. 2; Yearbook Staff 3,4. MARY JEAN MAURATH . . . Blessed Sacrament; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,3; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Business Manager 4; CSPA; NSPA; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Rosary Day 2. SHARON LEE MAYES ... St. Luke; Transferred from Lajes High School, Azores Islands, Feb. 1957; CSMC 2,3,4; PCMI 2,3,4, Rep. 4; Mary’s Helper 2,3; Honor Roll 4; French Club 2,3; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Yearbook 4. PATRICIA McBRIDE . . . Our Lady Queen of Peace; Transferred from Terry Parker Senior High School, Sept. 1957; CSMC 3,4; PCMI 3,4; Class Vice President 3; Honor Roll 3,4; French Club 3,4; Glee Club 3; Music Récital 3,4; GAA 3,4; Yearbook 4. PATRICIA McCOTTRELL ... St. Régis; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Rosary Club 4; French Club 3,4; Genesian Masque 2; GAA 1,2,4. I SENIORS PAT McCULLOUCH ... St. Stephen; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; G AA 1,2,3. CAROL McELLIGOTT ... St. Patrick; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Rosary Day 1; Year- book 4. KATHLEEN McGINLEY . . . Blessed Sacrament; Sodality 1; CSMC 1,2,3,4; Youth Incorporated 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Read-A-Wee 1,2,3,4, Feature Editor 4; CSPA 3,4; NSPA 1,2,3,4; Science Fair Entry 2,3; French Club 3,4; President 4; Teachers ' Aid 2; School Play 2. MARGIE MELL ... St. Stephen; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1, 2,3,4; Class Secretary 3; Class President 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Poster Contest Winner 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Mary ND Candidate 3; May Day Maid 2; Year- book 4. MARY ELLEN MIDDENDORF ... St. Peter’s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Teach- er ' s Aid 1,2,3,4; School Play 3; GAA 1,3,4; Pep Club 2. ENID MINOR ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Class Vice President 1,2,4; President 3; French Club 3; School Play 2,4; Genesian Masque 1; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; May Day Maid 3; Rosary Day 1,2,3; Yearbook 3. MICHELE MOORE . . . Holy Angels; Sodality 1; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Rep. 4; Genesian Masque 1; GAA 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA ANN MORGAN ... SS. Peter Paul; Sodality 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Teacher ' s Aid 1,2,3,4; Mary ND Candidate 2,3; Rosary Day 1,2,3,4. SENIORS MARY JO MULLICAN . . . Blessed Sacrament; CSMC 1.2.3.4, Council 4, Paladin; PCM1 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Honor Roll 2; Read-A-Wee 4; French Club 3,4; Glee Club 3; Band Majorette 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4, Rep. 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity 3. JACK1E MUNIZ . . . Our Lady Queen of Peace; CSMC 1, 2.3.4, Rep. 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 2; Library Guild 3,4, Vice President 4; GAA 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA NOLD ... St. Teresa; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4, Rep. 1; Mary ' s Helper 1; Class Treasurer 2; Honor Roll 1,3,4; Read-A-Wee 2,3,4; Library Guild 3; French Club 3; Latin Certificate 1,2; Band 1; School Play 3; Genesian Masque 2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Rosary Day 3. ANN NOLTKAMPER ... St. Henry; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1; GAA 1,2,3; Rosary Day 1; Year- book 3. PATRICIA NOSER ... St. Mary; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Council 4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1; Mary ' s Helper 1; Student Council 2,3; Class President 1; Honor Roll 1,2, 3; Latin Certificate 2; Glee Club 3,4; Music Récital 1; Genesian Masque 4; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 3,4; Rosary Day 1. MARCLE O‘B RIEN ... St. Teresa; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Class Secretary ly Honor Roll 3; Library Guild 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; Science Fair Entry 2, Third Prize; Genesian Masque 2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Rosary Day 3. GERRY OKAI ... SS. Cyril Methodius; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Essay Contest Winner 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 3; Mission Queen Candidate 1,4; Yeaibook 3,4. MARY OSTERMEIER . . . Our Lady Queen of Peace; Transferred from Whitefish Bay High School, Sept. 1958; CSMC 4; PCMI 4; Class Secretary 4; Honor Roll 4; Read-A-Wee 4. SENIORS RUTH ANN PICKUS ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1, 2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Science Fair Entry 2, Second Place; Glee Club 3,4; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club. SUSANPOIROT ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2,3, 4, Rep. 2; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 4; Science Fair Winner 2, First Prize; French Club 1,2; Clee Club 3,4; School Play 3; Cenesian 2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. JACKIE PROKOPF ... St. Elizabeth; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Library Cuild 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; GAA 1, 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. PATRICIA PROSSER ... St. Martin of Tours; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 2; Glee Club 3; GAA 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . c GERRY PRZADA . . . Holy Angels; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 4; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Business Manager 4; CSPA 4; NSPA 4; Genesian Masque 1; GAA 1,2,3,4, Rep. 1, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 1. GLORIA RAUSCH ... St. Agatha; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1 2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Class Treasurer 1; Glee Club 3,4; Music Récital 1; GAA 1,2,3,4; Rosary Day 1,2. ANN RAYBACK ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; Transferred from Murphysboro Township High School, 1957; CSMC 3,4; PCMI 3,4; Sodality 3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Rosary Day 3,4. SUZANNE RICHARDS ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1.2.3.4, Rep. 1; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Page Editor 4; CSPA 3,4; NSPA 4; Science Fair Entry 2, First Prize; Glee Club 4; Band 1, 2,3,4; School Play 2,3,4; Genesian Masque 2,3,4; GAA 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . SENIORS JANET ROY . . . Our Lady Queen of Peace; Transferred from St. Teresa ' s Academy, 1955; CSMC 2,3,4; PCMI 2,3,4; Class Treasurer 2; Read-A-Wee 4, Circulation Manager 4; Library Guild 3; GAA 2.3; Candidate for Mary ND 2. MARY ELIZABETH SALOMONE . . . St. Henry; CSMC 1»2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4, Rep. 2; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Stu- dent Council 4; Teachers ' Aid 4; Band 1,2,3,4; School Play 3; GAA 1,2,3,4. DOROTHY SCHAEFER ... St. John the Baptist; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 3; Genesian Masque 2; GAA 1,2,4. HELEN SC HE IB EL ... St. Clare; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Rep. 1, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Poster Contest Winner 1; Latin Club 3,4, President 3; Teachers ' Aid 2,3; Glee Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Sextet 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Librarian 2, Secretary 3, Vice Presi¬ dent 4; Music Récital 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Candidate for Mary ND 1,2,3; Rosary Day 1,2,3,4. ALV1NA SCHILLING ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1»2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3; Rosary Day 2. JO SCHILLING ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Council 4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Page Editor 4; French Club 3, Secre¬ tary; GAA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, Presi¬ dent 4; Pep Club 1,2; Varsity 2,3; May Day Maid 3; Rosary Day 1. JANET SCHLUETER ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1; Teachers’ Aid 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Rosary Day 2. JACKIE SCHNEIDER ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4, Rep. 4, Treasurer 4; Read-A-Wee 4; French Club 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Mission ( ueen Candidate 2,3; Yearbook 3. SENIORS SANDRA SCHULTE ... St. Martin of Tours; CSMC 1, 2,3,4; PCMI 1.2,3,4; Student Council 4; Honor Roll 4; Genesian Masque 2; G AA 1,3,4. MARY KAY SCHWARTZ . . . Blessed Sacrament; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 2; Student Council 3; Library Guild 4; Band 1,2,3,4; School Play 3; GAA 1,2,3,4. KAY LORRAINE SCHWARZ ... St. Mary; CSMC 1,2, 3,4, Council 4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary’s Helper 1; Student Council 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Music Récital 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3. ELA1NE SOLLOHUB ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; Transferred from Columbus High School, 1957; CSMC 3,4; PCMI 3,4; Class Secretary 4; Honor Roll 3,4; Glee Club 3. MARY BETH STE1N ... St. Albert the Créât; CSMC 1,2, 3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 1; French Club 1, 2; Genesian Masque 2; GAA 1,2,3,4. MAUREEN STRATMANN ... St. James; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Council 4, Paladin; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1,2; Student Council 3; French Club 3; Glee Club 4; Band 2,3,4; Music Récital 4; School Play 4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; May Day Rep. 1; Rosary Day 3,4. CAROLYN TINDALL ... St. Joseph; Sodality 1,3,4; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4, Paladin, Rep. 1,2,3; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,3; Teacher ' s Aid 1,2,3,4; School Play 3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Genesian Masque 1,3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3; Rosary Day 1,3,4. LOUISE VALEIKA ... St. Luke; transferred, St. Francis Acad. Penn. CSMC 2,3,4; PCMI 2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 3; French Club 3; School Play 3; GAA 3,4; Yearbook 4. 29 SENIORS PEGGY VANGENHEN ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1.2.3.4, Rep. 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Honor Roll 3; Poster Contest Winner 1; CAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2 » KAREN WALKER ... St. Henry; Sodality 1; CSMC 1,2, 3.4, Council 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Rep. 1, Crusade Award; Student Council 2; Class Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; Honor Roll 3,4; Read-A-Wee 3,4, Advertising Manager 4; Science Fair Winner 2, Second Place; Band 1,2,3,4; Music Récital 1,2; CAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Varsity Manager 2,3; May Day Rep. 1; Rosary Day 2,3. MARY ANN WECK ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; Sodality 1, 3,4; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Teacher ' s Aid 3; Band 1,2,3,4, Presi¬ dent 4; CAA 1,2,3,4, Rep. 2,3; Pep Club 4; Varsity 1,2, 3; Maryville Toumament 1; Mary ND Candidate 3; Rosary Day 4. JEANETTE WECKER ... St. Philip; Sodality 1; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; CAA 1, Rep. 1. SHARON WEST ... St. Peter ' s Cathédral; CSMC 1,2,3 4- PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Class Treasurer 1; French Club 3; Glee Club 3,4; Band 4; CAA 1,2,3,4, Rep. 4; Pep Club 2; Rosary Day 2. ALICE WILLIAMSON ... St. Joseph; CSMC 1,2,3 4: PCMI 1,2,3,4; CAA 1,2,3,4. MARY YOCH ... St. Henry; CSMC 1,2,3,4, Council 4; PCMI 1,2,3,4; Mary ' s Helper 1; Student Council 2; Glee Club 3,4; CAA 2,3,4; Mary ND Candidate 2. SHIRLEY ZACHARSKI ... St. Mary; CSMC 1,2,3,4; PCMI 1,2,3,4. 30 ROOM 102--LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Ann Week, Treasurer; Elaine Sollohub, Secretary; Margie Nell, President; Enid Minor, Vice- President. SENIOR OFFICERS Dedicated to their jobs, liked by ail, these are our class officers. Leadership, scholarship, and gen¬ eral ail-round popularity are com¬ binée! in these girls, the chosen leaders of their homerooms. The work these girls hâve done in aid- ing the seniors in ail their endeav- ors is indeed commendable. The Senior Class of Notre Dame thanks its officers for their time and co¬ opération. ROOM 109—TOP TO BOTTOM: Karen Walker, Vice-President; Jean Kue- bel, President; M. Oster- meier, Secretary; Doris Christ, Treasurer. ROOM 110--LEFT TO RIGHT: Jackie Janosky, President; Joan Chorlton, Vice-President; Carol McElligott, Treasurer; Mary Beth Lange, Secretary. 31 3 I Annette Bain Carol Berger Ruth Breiner Joan Butz Ann Calasbrese Kathleen Chaperlo Eloise Haskins Barbara Holten Barbara Jarrett Judy Costello Barb Eschenfelder Cherie Gass G. Graswick Terrie Griffing Ruth Hagler CLA88 B. Luechtefled, Connie Kosick, President Vice-President D. Kronenberger Carol Leveling Margaret Lotz Joan Williams, Marilyn Bauer, Secretary Treasurer Anna Mae Munie Mary Ann Munier T. Obernuefemann Mary O ' Malley Judy Phillipson Sandra Rensing Elaine Schneider H. Schutzenhofer Joan Smith Roberta Vail Mary Williams B. Weilbacher Kathleen Barbee Jo Ann Bauckhorn Marion Bloemer Susie Brefeld Carole Browning Patty Daubach L. Diekroetger Mary Di 1 port Ann Donlan Jean Frerker E. Grimmig Mary Beth Grott OF I960 Elaine Lepold, President Judy Clark, Vice President Joanne Stier, Secretary Lyn Ackermann, Treasurer Kathryn Heck Nicky Howell Carol Jakes B. Kassly HOMEROOM 201 Sue Kocher L, Koesterer Ruth Korte Mary Marsh à. M. A. Mertens Lois Miller S. Muckensturm Carol Noser Ann O ' Leary Gayle Pensoneau Nancy Rekosh Mary Rick Carolyn Schmitt Lois Sweeney Sandy Trentmann Lucille Vernier Lydia Arnold Susan Bedel Jeanette Bednara M. Bierschenk CLA88 HOMEROOM 206 Mary Blanquart Joann Brady Sharon Bush C. Costello C. Dammrich Carolyn Daschke Pat Enright M. Essenpreis Mary Dreesman President Betty Foran Mary Friess Jo Giamanco Pat Hatzel Mary Jo Heet Carole Heizer Nancy Hiller Ri ta Huster Rita Malacarne S. Platzkoester S. Rautenstrauch Dianne Reinhardt Nancy Roberts Rita Schniers S. Schwaegel Sylvia Vallina Helen Wasem Janet Weis Judy Weis Judy Zacharski Susan Frey Vice President Kathy May Secretary Mary Morrison Trqasurer OF I960 Karen Berkel Barbara Black Gerry Bradley Jeanette Brutto HOMEROOM 207 Donna Grossman President Mary Cassin Barbara Cleary Ilona Clyne Connie Falcetti Carol Feldt Judy Fellner Nancy Holland M. Hopfinger Micki Feeney Vice President Helen Gagen Secretary Joan Stebbings Treasurer Cathleen Huber K. Luebben R. Luecking Carolyn Lukac Jo Ann Mayer Ann Medley Barbara Ménard Linda Murphy Rose Neary Lana Peters Kathy Prindable B. Rheinecker Lou Ann Schalk Karen Schmidt Mary Sintzel M. Sorgea Carol Starms K. Truccano Grazina Vaitkus Ann Varone CLASS OF 1960 Bonnie Bassler Rose M. Bauer Janet Becherer HOMEROOM 306 Roberta Beuckman President J. A. Blumenstock Carol Brefeld Pat Briesacher Judy Cange Vice President Pat Calliott C. Checinska Maureen Coerver R. Harbaugh Secretary R. Dolansky J. Emke J. Englerth M. Gromacki Suzanne Drummond Treasurer Maureen Luehrs Pat Luekemeyer Yvonne Mayer Dorothy McEvilly M. Obermoeller Judy O ' Neill Kathy Orlet Louise Pasterski Patty Patterson Mary RiJey Judy Rolen Caroline Sommers Doris Thomas M. Thompson Virgie Wierciak Kathy Ha mil ton Jolene Hatzl Janet Jung Donna Lawrence CLASS OF 1961 HOMEROOM 205 Class Officers: President—Ann Lynn Jerger, Vice-President--Joann Bauer, Secretary— Jeanne Henning, Treasurer--Judy Wittlich. ROW 1: E. Hoeffken, R. Dochwat, B. Dare, C. Tyl. ROW 2: S. Visintine, M. Beis, K. Christ, and B. Peet. ROW 1: C. Englerth, E. Heimos, J. Wottowa; ROW 2: D. Neff, S. Karcher, I. J. Nold; ROW 3: J. Porte 11, B. Feder, K. Voellinger, and R. Sutter. P. Lugge, J. Hopkins, D. Theis, R. Roberts, M. Feldt, B. Hrasky, J. Kicielinski, N. Schmidt, B. Martini, and J. Kicielinski. H. Fischer, B. Brello, A. Comely, J. Oughton, D. Gordon, J. Neff, and checking off--J. Berkel. STANDING: Joyce Shevlin, Marie Skye, Judy Stelling, Mary Ann Thiery, Darlene Jones, Janet Walker, Martha Hoffman, and Molly Ann Weirauch, and kneeling--Pat Rokita, and Gail Wisniewski. President--Sylvia Zeszutek, Secretary--Judy McElligott, Treasurer—Carol Wittlich, and Vice-President--Pat Neuner. CLA88 OF 1961 HOMEROOM 305 ROW 1: Betty Jo Goedke, Phyllis Dinan, and Joyce Czamecki. ROW 2: Diane Dallao, Marilyn Gebhart, Joyce Gedda, and Charleen Hamilton. ROW 1: Martha Kalert, Mary Frances Phillips, Diane Patient ROW 2: Sigrid Matzner, Laura Reinhardt, Pat Kelly, Dorothy Ondercho, Pat Polansky, and Judy Marciniak. L. Isselhardt, E. Thomas, L. Shea, J. Kern, D. Bassler, D. Shields, K. White, B. Jung, M. Perron, J. Cordie B. Foeller, M. Huschle, J. Delaney, J. Schwab, C. Kohl, M. Klaus, P. Bann, P. Hamlin, R. Amann, M. Morck M. Klein, S. Fricke, M. Stancius, J. Jacobi, A. Aaron, P. Long, C. Beller, J. Mank, M. Chaperlo SOPHOMORE 308 N. Gagen, Vice-President, J. Van Dan Elzen, Treas- urer, G. Rossetto, Secre- tary, M. Gatawakas, President M. Waeltz, B. Mueller, K. Hellyer, J. Linder, P. Schuchart, P. Buss, T. Schulte, M. Hassard, J. Chouinard (missing) BOTTOM ROW: M. Dahm, K. Bertelsmann, M. Richardson, M. Kraus, V. Valerius, J. Christ. TOP ROW: J. Wall, M. Theis, M. Zaganelli, and J. Morgan. Beginning at bottom, Left to Right: M. Creed, S. Le Pere, M. Link, J. Favreau, M. Winter, J. Klotz, J. Reno, J. Stacer, B. Ivey, J. Kenetski, C. Wienhoff, and B. Engel. Class Officers-- Secretary--Joyce Reno President--Susan Nesbit Vice-President--Gloria Bartok Treasurer--Mary Dahm Beginning at bottom, Left to Right: S. Nesbit, J. Martin, N. Metzger, J. Forness, J. Fellner, C. Neary, J. Muckenstrum, and N. Harmann. M. Biver, M. Russel, E. Biehl, J. Koesterer, D. Neer, G. Bartok, V. Beadle, J. Lett. 40 HOMEROOM C 101 BOTTOM ROW--D. Rcinhardt, D. Blumyer, J. Gundlach, S. Recker, N. Luehrs. ROW 2--M. K. Weckermeyer, P. Phillips, S. Lanter, M. L. Bertelsman, M. Moore, A. Yurgel, B. Lukac. ROW 3--V. Vermeersch, J. Schmitt, J. Kasafirck, M. S. Loehr, S. Matejka, E. Joseph, J. Betlach, H. Pelke. ROW 4--Mrs. Knauer, A. Hoeffken, R. Hoeffken, M. P. Dalton, A. Hatzl, S. Lastarria, K. McEvilly, M. Helfrich. ROW 5--K. Schwartz, S. Schaller, M. L. Frierdich, R. Petry, J. Devlin, K. Cheatham, M. Klein, C. Frick. CLASS HOMEROOM C 200 BOTTOM ROW--M. A. Eisele, J. Schwarz, P. Orlet, S. Diehl, J. A. Denny, M. Kar- cher, D. Trammell, A. Gribat. ROW 2--P. Stites, J. Zika, J. Schaeffer, M. A. Molinar, M. Clancy, M. Dahm, M. Horvat, M. Kerins. ROW 3--A. Chaffin, C. Blaes, S. Kochmanski, M. A. Falbe, C. Lang, P. Fuhrman. ROW 4—N. Emans, S. Wobbe, M. Eschenfelder, P. Gromacki, M. J. Bedell, M. C. Kostelac, P. Ballard, D. Nishke, J. A. Baker. ROW 5--M. Schmitt, S. Sulentic, J. Schmitt, K. Fuller, J. Schaeffer, M. Muckensturm, P. Mersinger, Sister Francis Michael. HOMEROOM C 102 BOTTOM ROW--P. Ramsey, K. Slade, T. Winninger, C. Jacobs, B. Molnar, V. Feder. ROW 2--E. Kalert, C. Wier, B. Range, B. Malear, R. Martz. ROW 3--J. Smith, P. Walters, J. Huber, F. Price, B. Cass, M. Martin. ROW 4--J. Roenicke, M. Cantner, M. Ebel, P. De Fosset. ROW 5--D. Isselhardt, R. Cuetterman, S. Wortman, B. Archer, W. Hamilton, B. Vernier. ROW 6--Hemann, C. Bingheim, M. Scheibel, C. Scheibel, J. Cich on. ROW 7—J. Lanter, J. Moore, S. Salel, S. Donovan, P. Johnson. CLA88 OF 1962 EROOM C 2 BOTTOM ROW--H. Sherman, M. Straubinger, J. Hoeffken, J. Clark, Y. Oppermann. ROW 2--S. Lasky, M. Criffing, P. Schaefer, J. Willet, C. Holliday, C. Paoli. ROW 3--J. Eichholz, M. Vernier, F Salomone, M. Colbert, J. Monken, P. Buss, R. Dullinger. ROW 4--M. Obemdorfer, A. Skye, J. Thomas, J. Schlattweiler, C. Koesterer, A. Le Chien, J. Schaefer. ROW 5--J. Morrisey, D. Westfall, S. Semon, M. Schoen- herr, S. Dean, S. Cansmann, M. Krein. ROW 6--Sister M. Aquina, K. McGee, B. Heckenberger, K. Brefeld, M. Blaha, J. Rensing. CLASS OF 1962 HOMEROOM C 120 BOTTOM ROW--A. Ross, S. Cook, J. Siekmann, M. Marshall. ROW 2--D. Sorgea, T. Dimmic, M. Crowley, S. Bauer. ROW 3--J. Kocsterer, D. Dcgcn, L. Wuerz, S. Junker. ROW 4--J. Bauer, K. Bailey, J. Bores. ROW 5--A. Schniers, B. Lauf, M. Lattray, M. Harpstreith. ROW 6—C. 0 Brien, J. Reeb, A. Malacame. ROW 7--C. Woolery, F. Cober, S. McKinney, M. Russell, J. Strobl. ROW 8--M. Braeutigam, K. Ne- ville, Sister Carolette, J. Schrader, J. Hobbs. ROW 9--C. Zajac, G. Johnson. ROW 10--S. Vernier, D. Belhumeur, B. Marsh, J. Akins. OFFICERS - HOMEROOM C 200 President--Janet Sch¬ midt T re asure r- - Dorot hy Nishke Secretary--Amy Chaffin Vice-President--Sharon Kochmanski FRESHMAN 0FFICER8 Homeroom C2--Secretary--Stéphanie Lasky, Vice-President--Dolores Westfall President—Margie Vernier Treasurer--Janet Clark. Homeroom C101--President--Sandra Recker Vice-President--Nancy Luehrs Secretary—Alleen Yurgel Treasurer—Cheryl Frick Secretary—Jo Ellen Koesterer, Sister M. Carolette Vice-President--Jean Bores President--Susan McKinney Homeroom C102--Treasurer--Bonnie Gass, kneeling Secretary--Bonnie Vernier Vice-President—Jeanette Smith President—Sue Ann Donovan ST. ACM £ S RELIGION AND GUIDANCE Msgr. Bauer and Father Kastner give their weekly instructions to the juniors and seniors Future chemists, C. Barbee, B. Head, C. Aitken, C. Abegg, C. Mansfield, and M. Cribat préparé to test a new formula. SCIENCE Interested in the experimental hamsters and mice are: J. Wall, V. Valerius, G. Wisniewski, P. Polansky, and P. Long. LANGUAGE Visualized Latin in modem dress lends interest to the study of the language of the old Romans. Enjoying vocabulary posters are: K. McEvilly, M. Klein, K. Cheatham, P. Gromacki " Parlez-vous Français? " Sister Angelee asks A. Varone, and C. Frick This is the first time Latin III has been taught at N. D. for several years. These ambitious students are: C. Gass, K. Bauer, K. Luebben, J. Costello, E. Sollohub, E. Haskins, B. Holten. Sister Robertine, Latin III instructor Sister Patrick makes MACBETH very interesting for these students: STANDING: J. Craft. SEATED: J. Brutto, E. Sollohub, D. Schaeffer, and S. Crawford. Discussing works of the Colonial Period are: J. Becherer, R. Korte, T. Oberneufmann, P. En- right, Sister Carolette, B. Weilbacher, J. Weis, C. Lukac, C. Huber. Sister Mary Victory takes her girls on a trip around the world in two semesters. Four of the World History students standing with her are Alma Alminowicz, Cathy Kalert, Janice Klein and Lorraine Frederick. ' Trom this section of Europe many of our forebearers departed for America, the Land of Opportunity, " so recall Marquita Sorgea, Jeanette Brutto, Marylee Ober- moeller, Kathy Orlet, Marion Bloemer, and Mary Jo Heet. SOCIAL STUDIES There are correct ways of displaying Old Glory as demonstrated by Sister Marie Alban ' s citizenship students: Jeannette Schaefer, Virginia Feder, Jeannette Roenicke, Sandra Bauer, Marilyn Hel- frich, Marlene Straubinger, and Mary Sue Loehr. Our newest and largest State is the topic of discussion in Sister Richard Marie ' s citizenship class. Joan Rensing cites her points while Terri Colbert locates Alaska. Equations, x ' s, y ' s! Mary Ellen Morck and Dorthy Ondercho show this is ail a part of Algebra. Looking at the prob- lem from ail angles are: Joyce Grogan, Ruth Dolansky, Diane Neer, and Pat Buss. „ 7 ! f « a. ► r 4 Suceess brings smiles even to Sister Aquina ' s Algebra II students. ART With brush in hand, Sister Angelee ' s freshman art students, Jeanette Roenicke, Marabeth Ebel, Joann Cichon, and Pat Ramsey, discover the thrill of artistic production. Notre Dame ' s artists become com- munity minded as they paint choir boys for Belleville ' s Public Square. Artistic talents of Kathy McGee, Terri Colbert, Margie Venier, and Jane Eicholz are revealed in their ability to recognize créative possibilités in ordin- ary rocks as paper weights. BUSINESS ’T his is the way to write that peculiar word, " says Sister Rosella during one of her Shorthand 1 classes. Helen Wasem, Pat Hatzel, Judy Clark, and Helen Gagen look and listen. Sister Justin beams with delight as she watches her students ' rapid progress in transcription. Midst rulers, checks, and books, the girls of Sister Gonsalva ' s General Business class take a hard-earned pause after learning some of the funda- mentals of business. FRESHMAN CHORUS " so, la, te, do. " . . . ,r Watch those high notes girls! " instructs Sister Jean Marie. CLOTHING Under the guidance of Sister Gustava, Jeanette Chouinard, Pat Lugge, Carol J. Feldt, Gloria Rosett o, and Jeanne Henning busy putting the finishing touches on their newly made dresses. FRESHMAN HEALTH " Health is wealth in a young girl ' s life, " Sister Charles Marie tells the Freshies. y a s4cUotUe r V r T : S A ïi at I i r ' Academy of Notre Dame Our grateful love we bring, But first of ail, to Mary dear The Mother of our King. Ail Hall! AllHail! The days we spent at Notre Dame AllHail! AllHail! Our memories e’er acclaim. O school of Our Lady fair ! We sing your praises true; Dévotion and fealty Will be our gift to you. AllHail! AllHail! Our colors blue and snowy white AllHail! AllHail! Our hope, our pure delight. O noble classmates brave and true Obedient to each rule. How beautiful, but dutiful The royal road of truth. AllHail! AllHail! Our motto and our surest goal AllHail! AllHail! " Dare be different,” is our rôle. NOTRE DAME, WE LOVE YOU! CATHOLIC STUDENTQ MISSION CRUSADE The Catholic Students Mission Crusade is active in mission work. Besides sponsoring the Mission Bazaar, members col- lect stamps, distribute magazines to the hospitals, entertain the guests at St. Elizabeth’s Old Folks Home at Christmas and contribute to baskets for the needy at Thanksgiving. v Lead- ing the way in ail mission activities are the C.S.M.C. officers: Rose Neary, Secretary; Helen Scheibel, President; Carolyn Tindall, Vice- President; Margaret Lotz, Treasurer ' Try your luck! " is the chant of the girls at the penny-pitching booth. BELOW Left: ManyofNotre Dame ' s mission-minded girls attended the National C.S.M.C. Con¬ vention at Notre Dame University in August. RIGHT: PatNoser and Gail Jung chat with their new found friends on the University campus. ABOVE Left: Lookingover their bulging Thanksgiving baskets are: C. Heizer, M.L. Blanquart, Jane Klein, L. Diekroetger, C. Diekemper, L. Ackermann, J. Huber, J. Bauer, M. A. Beis, M. Scheibel. RIGHT: Real Christmas joy will be exchanged when these young people distribute Christmas gifts and Christmas cheer to the older guests at St. Elizabeth ' s. BELOW: Senior 102 girls préparé their wares for their Mission Day candy booth. Sur- rounding Notre Dame ' s 1958 Mission Queen, Vivan Vermeersch of C101, are the candidates for this coveted honor. FRONT ROW: Janice Klein, C. Hamilton, N. Gagen, S. Nesbit, J. Chaffin, V. Wierciak, P. DeFosset, D. Degan, C. Daschke. SECOND ROW: A. Donlan, S. Visintine, E. Schneider, G. Okai, C Lukac, M. Blaha, M. A. Molinar. ACADEMY OF NOTRE DAME OUR GRATEFUL LOVE WE BRING RING DAY BUT FIR9T OF ALL TO MARY DEAR THE MOTHER OF OUR KING While our Lady, Queen of Heaven, looks on, the Class of 59, eagerly awaiting the réception of their rings, place themselves under her unfailing protec¬ tion and perpétuai guidance. Monsignor Bauer whisperscongrat- ulatory remarks as he présents each senior with her ring. Success! Four years and rings at last, rejoice the seniors: J. Koerber, B. Eberle, J. Berkel, J. Craft, P. McCullough (hidden), J. Grogan, P. Grimmer, C. McElligott, and P. Prosser. Parents smilingly inspect rings and share the joy of the happy seniors. SEATED: Rose Mary and Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Beranek and Connie. STANDING: Lorraine and Mrs. Fredrick, Mr. Beranek, Mrs. Schulte and Sandy, Pat and Mrs. Hayes. m vmi ' •« ïToi N. Rekosh, C. Graswick, and J. Stebbings examine one of the posters in their prize- winning entries in the Greater St. Louis Science Fair. AWARDS ALL HAIL! ALL HAIL! Diane Patient and her art teacher, S. M. Angelee, display the plague awarded Diane as State winner in the Better Breakfast Poster Contest. Thinking it over! J. Stelling re- reads her story which brought her an award in an " Everyweek M contest. Winners of the Voice of Democracy contest and the Ten Biggest Events of 1958 contest, Terrie Griffing and Dolores Westiall study the subject of one of the biggest events—the élec¬ tion of Pope John XXIII. JUNIOR-SENIOR PARTY French Maids are: Pat Hayes, Jane Klein, Carol Chaput, Cathy Bauer, Mary Salomone, Marybeth Lange, Beverly Head, Louise Valeika, Susan Poirot, and Sharon Mayes. THE DAYS WE 9PENT AT N.D.A. Showing off their fashions are, STANDING: Jackie Muniz and Cheryl Cleary. Paris in Spring was the theme of the 1958 Junior- Senior Party. FATHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET A traditional event at Academy of Notre Dame. Fathers and their daughters share a pleasant evening to- gether. OUR MEMORIES E ' ER ACCLAIM YEARBOOK STAFF Senior yearbook staff plans the layout of pages and directs the junior members in making this year ' s " Memories " the best yet: J. Lukac, S. Basinski, L. Frederick, C. Cleary, P. Hayes, K. Jung, C. Beranek, J. Klein, Business Manager; S. Mayes, M. Mell, Art Manager; G. Okai, C. McElligott, M. Ancer, E. M. Jackson, Photography Manager; S. Bus s. Junior yearbook staffers play a big part in meeting inexorable deadlines. Junior staffers are: B. Rheinecker, M. Luehrs, C. Gass, E. Lepold, J. Costello, B. Holten, M. B. Grott, J. Bauckhorn " Finis coronat opus " the old Romans would say, but the staff says-- " it , s worth the work and worryî M C. Cleary, S. Buss, C. Beranek, M. Ancer, S. Patricius, G. Okai preview the newly-arrived year- books and préparé them for distribution to student- subscribers. With pens poised, J. Burdel, M. J. Henry, C. Aitken, J. Prokopf, N. Elliot, R. M. Jackson are eager to sign their friends ' yearbooks. GUILD OF OUR FAIR Ail Guild members hâve duties. M. Stancius, C. Chaput, J. Koerber, and C. Diekemper are checking the magazine section. Pat Hayes, at the top, M. Mertens, M. Friess, J. Berkel, and M. K. Schwart z make the library bulletin board a homey book-selling factor. Literary Guild members will- ingly sacrifice precious study time and serve fellow-students with a smile: S. Visintine, J. Fellner, D. Shields, C. Witt- lich, and J. Morgan. Notre Dame ' s outstand- ing singing group is the Sextet. Members are: N. Rekosh, accompan- ist; A. O ' Leary, H. Scheibel, J. Chaffin, B. Black, P. Grimmer, and C. Beranek. Performers in the Senior Réci¬ tal are the foliowing talented g iris: SEATED: J. Chaffin and M.K. Schwartz. STAND¬ ING: P. Grimmer, G. Jung, M. Stratmann, and B. Black. N.D. Choraleers carol as they tour the streets of Belleville at Christmas time. The crib scene is portrayed by C. Beranek as the Blessed Virgin, C. Diekemper as St. Joseph, and A. O’Leary as the angel. NOTRE DAME CHORALEER8 Choraleer accompanists: N. Rekosh, V. Valerius. Members: FIRST ROW: D. Lawrence, P. McCullough, M. Bauer, S. Crawfond, A. O ' Leary. SECOND ROW: S. Poirot, P. Lugge, A.L. Jerger, C. Tindall, R. Pickus, Y. Mayer, G. Jung, A. Rayback, J. Gomric, S. Zezutek. THIRD ROW: B. Holten, M. Gatawakas, G. Rausch, B. Jung, A. Varone, P. Hatzel, G. Bartok, S. Brefeld, S. Richards, J. Kuebel. FOURTH ROW: H. Schutzenhofer, B. Black, J. Lawrence, M.K. Schwartz, J. Muckenstrum, B. Engel, P. Grimmer, M. Yock, S. West, P. Noser, J. Koesterer. FIFTH ROW: L. Diekroetger, C. Himstedt, C. Diekemper, C. Beranek, J. Craft, M.A. Rlbbing, N. Howeli, M. Stratmann, J. Berkel, H. Scheibel. WE 8IN0 YOUR PRAISES TRUE Sodality officers: P. Mor¬ gan, Treasurer; M. Ancer, Secretaryj C. Bauer, Vice Prefect; and J. Lawrence, Prefect stress that M A rosary a day keeps the devil away. " SODALITY OF Excitement bubbles forth as the Sodality outing départs on Dec. 8 for Ripa on chartered busses. DEVOTION Notre Dame ' s May Queen, Regina Mil¬ ler, and her royal court pose after their dedication to Mary, Queen of May. OUR LADY Candidates from Ripa visit Notre Dame ' s Chapel as guests of the Sodality, and are entertained in the auditorium with old songs and panto¬ mimes. Junior sodalists Jo Ann Cichon, Marilyn Marshall, Dianne Blumyer, Darlene Sorgea, Margie Vernier, Dorothy Nishke display their rule books. AND FEALTY Reflecting the joy which the P.C.M.I. brings to members, these officers: Karen Berkel, Secretary; Ruth Breiner, Vice-President; Joan Chorlton, President; and Jackie Schneider, Treasurer stand beside their model, Our Lady. READ-A-WEE While students eagerly await the next issue of the " Read-a-Wee " our éditorial staff takes time out to pose. C. J. Helfrich, J. Schilling, J. Chaffin, C. Baechle, K. McGinley, S. Richards. WILL BE OUR GIFT TO YOU " The news must corne through, " and Circulation staff members G. Jung, J. Roy, P. Grimmer, P. Biver, and J. Schneider do their part to bring it through. 66 READ-A-WEE lst Place: C. Tindall; 2nd Place: S. Hoeffken; 3rd Place: M. Winter; Three willing workers, winners in the Read-a-Wee Drive. Busy Beaver Bookies?? No, Reed-a-Wee drive is on and the points mount up and up. Business staffers M. J. Mulli- gan, M. B. Lange, " mark up " under inspection of G. Przada, M. J. Maurath, and K. Wal- ker. NOTRE DAME Under the able direction of Mr. Gerald Wimer, the band rates high among organizations at Notre Dame. ALL HAIL! OUR COLORS BLUE AND Fumishing melody and spirit for mémorable occasions are the Band and majorettes, KNEELING: Mary Jo Mulligan, Mary Biver, Pat Biver, Jeanne Cordie, Judy Cange, Charlotte Graswick. ROW 1: Marianne Creed, Janet Walker. ROW 2: Helen Scheibel, Suzanne Brefeld, Karen Walker, C. Brefeld, M. Bauer, M. L. Bertelsman, M. Martin N. Harmann, M. Thompson, J. Jung, R. Harbaugh, L. Diekroetger. ROW 3: M. Schwartz, C. Englerth, M. A. Klein, F. Salo- mone, C. Zajac, J. Moore, M. Essenpreis, R. Schneirs, M. Stratmann, M. Dreesman, M. Wei- rauch. ROW 4: J. Atkins, J. Kenetski, K. Christ, J. A. Blumenstock, H. J. Pelke, J. Englerth, T. Winniger, J. A. Baker, S. Richards, B. Jung, L. Miller, G. Jung. ROW 5: D. Christ, P. Buss, M. L. Scheibel, M. A. Week, S. Nesbit, C. Lang, C. S. Scheibel, M. Salomone, S. West, H. Wasem, R. A. Breiner. 68 BAND " Right in step, " that ' s our band! The Mission Day parade, and the band exhibits musical and march- ing talents. Perfection demands practice as these players well know: R. Harbaugh, J. Wal- ker, M. A. Week, S. Nesbit, M. Stratmann, H. Scheibel, M. K. Schwartz, P. Biver, M. Salomone, M. J. Mulligan, K. Walker, D. Christ, G. Jung, S. Richards, and S. West. MARY 8 HELPERS ALL HAIL! ALL HAIL! OUR HOPE AND PURE DELIGHT Under the able guidance of their modera- tor, Sister Charles Marie, these Mary ' s Helpers unselfishly offer their services to the sick and the aged, assisting wherever there ' s a need. At the same time they gain knowledge and expérience which someday may stand them in good stead. ABOVE: D. Trammell, F. Price, J. Thomas, A. Bain, L. Sweeney, D. Patient, B. Martini. RIGHT: R. Malacame, A. Calabrese, H. Fischer. BOTTOM: T. Obernuefemann, R. Kaiser. Service and helpfulness are bywords of the N.D.T.A. who leam something of the teacher’s profession as they assist faculty members. STANDING are: C. Tindall, J. Akins, Sister M. Angelee. SEATED: M. Dilport, M. Kalert, M. Salamone. If at first you don t suc- ceed, txy, try again. G. A. A. Busy with the routine duties of their offices are the G.A.A. officers: Gerry Przada, Treasurer; Kathy Prindable, Vice-President; Jo Schilling, President; and Judy Schwab, Sécréta ry. Cheering the Cathédral Crusaders on to victory are these Notre Dame girls; FRONT ROW: Elaine Schneider, Donna Grossman. BACK ROW: Karen Jung, Judy Goetzman, Jo Schilling, Enid Minor. " How many points for hula-hooping? " ask seniors Rosemary Jackson and Gloria Clem- mons. 71 M I am the Duchess Louise of the House of Champagne, " déclarés Judy Chaffin as Aunt Abigail in " Family Tree " tryouts. Other members of the cast are: Merilee Gromacki, Ilona Clyne, Barbara Black, and Anna Mae Munie. Christmas cornes but once a year and with it corne cribs and fire- places and wreaths and holly and Christmas stories told by freshman speech students, Sharon Lanter, Vivian Vermeersch, Suzanne La- starria, Jeanne Gundlach, and Marilyn Klein. DRAMATIC9 Judy Costello is pri- vileged to portray Our Lady in the clos- ing months of the Lourdes Centennial The combined talents of the Glee Club and Speech class furnished entertainment for the mothers and dads with " A Storybook of Song. " Dorothy McEvilly and Mary Sintzel ride " A Bicycle Built for Two. " Ilona Clyne and Anna Mae Munie recall the days " When You and I Were Young, Maggie. " MARY N. D. OUR NOBLE COMRADES BRAVE AND TRUE Posed prettily, these Navy N.D. candidates proudly wear the tiny silver angel signifying this year ' s theme. FIRST ROW: P. Briesacher, R. Neary, E. Sch neider, M. Biver, J. Cordie, J. Bauer, M. Scheibel. SEC¬ OND ROW: D. Reinhardt, J. Clark, J. Chorlton, H. Scheibel--MARY N.D.--C. Bauer, D. Westfall, J. Bores, C. Friek, D. Nischke. THIRD ROW: J. Phillipson, J. Berkel, J. Brady. A N G E L aiways alert and attentive never neglects neatness gentle God-fearing girl ever eager enthusiastic lovely little lady With the word ANGEL as the 1959 theme, the stu- dent body chose senior Helen Jean Scheibel as Notre Dame ' s idéal girl. STUDENT Sister M. Justin, moderator of the Student Council, approves the work of her officers: Joanne Gomric, Secretary; Jeanette Berkel, Vice-President; Sandy Hoeffken, President; Sharon Bassler, Sergeant at Armsj and Judy Goetzman, Treasurer. OBEDIENT TO Student Council members pause in their busy day to oblige the photographes These girls are: Carol Himstedt, Judy Lukac, Joann Brady, Mary Jo Mulligan, Jane Eicholz, Maureen Coerver, Jean Baker, Kathleen Truccano, Ann O ' Leary, Evelyn Kalert, Jeanette Berkel, Mary O ' Malley, Kay Schwarz, Janet Portell, Joyce Shevlin, Marianne Creed, and Jean Cordie. 74 COUNCIL Withtheir buttons ail shined up, Student Council members préparé to go on duty: Sandy Basinski, Sandy Schulte, Judy Goetzman, Jonnalee Fink, Nancy Roberts, Jo- anne Gomric, Marianne Winter, Yvonne Mayer, Sandy Hoeffken, Mary Salomone, Ann Varone, Judy Stelling, Cathy Tyl, Toni Dimmic, Gerry Okai, Sharon Bassler, Nancy Rekosh, Eileen Thomas, Jackie Devlin, Judy Phillipson. EACH RULE " Are you an angel? " was a question asked by Student Council members at a student-body assembly. ST. LOUIS U. HIGH REPRESENTATIVE JEAN KUEBEL Jean was the unanimous choice of Notre Dame seniors to attend ail the functions of St. Louis U. High School. C. B. C. REPRESENTATIVE CONNIE BERANEK Connie was chosen by her class to re- present Notre Dame at the dances and other activities sponsored by C.B.C. High School. HOW BEAUTIFUL, BUT DUTIFUL ROYAL ROAD OF TRUTH. 76 ROYALTY Enid Minor, escorted by Crusader co-captains Les Cole and Ed Rust, graciously reigns as 1958 Football Queer Marilyn Bauer, Homecoming Queen, was chosen by Mrs. Knauer congratulâtes Mission Queen Vivian popular vote of Crusader fans. Vermeersh. ALL HAIL1 ALL HAIL! Snowman Ed and the Co-eds Where ' s the driver? I ' m in a hurry. Going up? Just listening-! ? Future ND students pay tribute to Mary Youth and beauty in May! Queen Regina and her maids. Our Lady of the Snows on ND campus 78 At last . . . let ' s go . • . whoopee! Ummmmmmm! I feel hungry. Hope it ' s pizza. Christ the King reigns! Little sisters take time for a coke. " DARE TO BE DIFFERENT - IB OUR ROLE! " Personal Call " " Pass the cookies. " Moments to remember King ' s House O Salutaris Hostia Father Clancy Winter Wonderland " Congratulations Pat " Lunchtime Gossip Close of Fresh-Soph Retreat 79 BOOSTERS! The Mothers Club and the Fathers and Friends Club are truly our boosters, backing us materially and morally. Above, the Mothers Club officers, Mrs. J. Gomric, Vice-President; Mrs. A. Schilling, Treasurer; Mrs. A. Minor, President; Mrs. R. Stratmann, Corres. Secretary; and Mrs. G. Gagen, Rec. Secretary. At the left the Fathers and Friends Club officers, E. A. Klein, Treasurer; F. P. Calabrese, Secretary; F. F. Miller, President; J. Beadle, Vice-President. NOTRE DAME, WE LOVE YOU! National Education Week brought many interested parents to Notre Dame to attend die joint meeting of the Mothers Club and Fathers and Friends Club, to tour the school building, and to meet their daughters teachers. Mary Ann e Gribat discusses with her parents the value of a Christian éducation. 80 !.t£ 4ftbull PATRONS Most Reverend Albert R. Zuroweste, D.D., £ishop of Belleville Rt. Rev. Msgr. Charles Gilmartin, P.A., V.G« Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leonard A. Bauer Very Rev. Msgr. Laurence J. O ' Connel! Very Rev. Msgr. Joseph J. Rev. Alexander Burak Rev. Anthony L. Deksnys Rev. Thomas P. Driscoll Rev. Louis F. Eli Rev. H. J. Freese Rev. John Gasiunas Rev. Edwin J. Guild, O.M.I. Rev. M. B. Haas Rev. Ralph Hoas Rev. Jerome Hortlein Rev. Vincent Maselhorst Rev. Emil Helfrich, O.M.I. Rev. Charles Hellrung Rev. Elmer J. Holtgrave Rev. Gregory Holtgrave Rev. Joseph Karaba, O.S.B. Rev. A. B. Lehmen Rev. Angelo Lombardo Rev. Edmund Lugge Rev. Walter E. MocPherson Rev. Joseph H. Muller Rev. John F. Murray, S.M.A. Rev. Bernard Pender Rev. Jerome Rotermann Rev. E. Reeb Rev. T. J. Tecklenburg Rev. William Trombley Rev. Melvin Vandeloo Rev. Stephen L. Wessel, O.M.I. Mayor AI vin F ields Mayor Jerome J. Munie School Sisters of Notre Dame of Academy of Notre Dame School Sisters of Notre Dame of St. Henry School School Sisters of Notre Dame of St. Joseph School School Sisters of Notre Dame of Hyogo-Ken, Jopan Sisters of Notre Dame, St. Aloysius, St. Louis Sister Richard Maureen, S.S.N.D. S. S. Cyril Methodius Mothers Friands Club Blessed Sacrement School Sacred Heart School, Dupo, III. Senior Homeroom 102 Senior Homeroom 109 Senior Homeroom 110 Junior Homeroom 201 Junior Homeroom 206 Junior Homeroom 207 Junior Homeroom 306 Junior Homeroom 309 Sophomore Homeroom 205 Sophomore Homeroom 308 Sophomore Homeroom C20 1 Mr. Mrs. R. A. Aitken Anthony Alminowicz Faye Amann Mr. Mrs. John Ancer Frank Anderson Mr. Mrs. John Andrews Joe Mrs. Maude Andrews Mr. Mrs. Paul Andrews Children Mr. Mrs. Andrew Babinsky Rose Babinsky Mr. Jerry Bader Mr. Mrs. Mel. D. Baeske Mr. Mrs. Merton Baltz Thomas J. Bonn Mr. Barbiéri Ann Barroni Dr. Mrs. J. E. Bossler Mr. Mrs. Adrien F. Bauer Mr. Mrs. Julian Becherer Dr. Mrs. Paul Becherer Charles H. Becker Mr. Mrs. J. Poul Bedel Mr. Mrs. Thomas Bedell Miss Pat Bednara, 58 George Behrman Orlet, V,F Mr. mr s. cowara i. Deis Adele Berkel Mr. Mrs. John A. Berkel Mr. Mrs. John N. Berkel Ralph Bertelsman Tereso Dotty Bertelsman Mr. Mrs. G. Bertschinger Mrs. Rudolph Betlach Mr. Gory Bloha Dr. Francis W. Bina Mr. |i Mrs. Cyril Biver Mr. Mrs. CHvight Black Col. Mrs. A. D. Bores Family John Borowy Poul Bower Mr. Mrs. Lester Braeutigom Mr. Mrs. R. Braun Dr. Mrs. G. L. Brefeld Mr. Mrs. Paul A. Brefeld Mrs. John J. Bresnohon Mr George W. Brichler Warren Briesacher John L. Browning Bueckmon Family S. Bunn Son Preston Burgess Mr. Borry Bums Cari E. Burpo, M.D. Mrs. Anthony H. Buss Mr. Mrs. F. P. Calabrese Pot Calliott Harry Cassin Miss Cathy Chaffin Mr. Mrs. Roy Chorlton Mr. Mrs. Wesley W. Chorlton Doris Christ Mr. Mrs. N. Clark Gloria Clemmons Dr. Mrs. A. A. Clyne Mrs. Jack Colbert Miss Cecile Coombs Mr. Mrs. Rudy Conrad Virginia R. Cordie Mr. Mrs. R. Costello Mr. Thomas G. Cowley Mrs. Ruth Craft Mr. Mrs. Jerry Craig Miss Carrie Creed Nancy Creed Dorthy Cronin Jim Crook Patrick Crook Mr. Mrs. R. E. Crowley Mrs. Lee Cunningham Mr. Mrs. George Dohm Louis Dallao Thomas Dalton Mrs. Laura Dore Mr. Mrs. Ralph Doubach Mr. Mrs. Vernon DeFosset Mary Claire Degnan 49 Mr. Thomas E. Delaney Mr. Mrs. Del Dennler O. F. Deremioh Mr. Mrs. Steve Dochwat Mr. Mrs. C. Doctor Mr. Mrs. J. R. Donlan Mr. Mrs. Bernard Dreesman Suzanne Drummond Mr. Mrs. L. Dunn Ev. Eli Dupent Mr. Mrs. W. Eckells Mrs. E. W. Eckhardt Victor Edelmann Dr. Mrs. M. B. Eisele Mr. Mrs. Dorryl Elbe Mr. Mrs. C. Englerth Annie Eswine Dr. Nick Feder Orville Feder 82 Philip G. Feder M Sgt. Mrs. Jomts Feeney Mr. Mr», Cletus V. Ferguson Mi Erlene Fink Jane Fleshron Mory Ellen Foren Ted Forne Forty-Two Sisters Goil ond Gory Fowler Suson Frey Mary Lou Frierdich Pet» Gaerdner Mr. F. Gailiut Mr. Mr . Cari P. Gass Mr. Mr . Clatus Gass Mr. Mr . Frank Glogovsek Joonne Gnojewski Mr. Mr . James Gomric Mr. Mr . John Grabian, Jr. Mr. Mr». Joseph F. Gribat Andrew J. Grimmig Joseph Grmus Mr. Mr . Henry Guetterman Mr. Mr . Clarence Gondloch Paul Haas Mrs. Lee Hagen Mr. Mr . Charles Hamilton Martho Hangsleben Mr. Mr . Al Horr Mr. Mrs. Clarence Heap Mr. Bill Helfrich Mr. Mr . Oscar Herold Morilvn Heumonn Mi Veronica Hir ch Enid ond Nancy Hoeffken Mr. Mr». Francis Hoeffken Mr. Mr . William Hoeffken Mr. Mr . C. Hoffman J. B. Holmes, M.D. Mr. Mr . Donald Holten Mr. Mr . Elmer Hopfinger Mr. Mr . William Horner Irma and Carol Huber Hilda Huschle Mrs. Loretta Huskamp Mr». Bernard Imming Mr. Mrs. J. A. Jackson Dr. Mrs. Fred Jaeckel Mr. Mr . Frank Janosky Mr. Mr». William G. Johnson Mr. Mr». Walter Jorn Al “Fox " Jo t Cora Mae Emery Cordula Juen Kenneth J. Juen Mr. Martin Junker Agnes Kaiser 55 Mr. Mr». Louis Kaiser Rose Kaiser ’60 Mr. Mrs. H. E. Keeley Mr. Mrs. T. Kerins " To my E-E M from Kevie Mr. Mrs. John Kicielinski Robert Kicielinski Bertha C. Knapp Cletus M. Koesterer Mr. Mrs. John Kostelac, Jr. Ver Ion W. K r ou s s Mr. Mrs. Joseph H. Kuebel Mr. Mrs. Charles G. Kurrus Mrs. Charles Lang Dr. Mrs. H. L. Lange Mr. Mrs. John Lasky Mrs. Ida Lehman Mr. Mrs. R. G. Lepere Mr. Mrs. Louis Lepold Mrs. F. H. Leveling Harry Liberstein Mr. Mrs. Paul Loehr Mr. Mrs. Joseph Lukac Mr. Paul Lukac Kenneth Luke Mr. Mrs. George MacZura Dr. Mrs. A. L. Martin Orville Martin Mr. Mrs. James Marshall Mrs. Mary Marxer Mrs. William H. Matlack Mr. Mrs. Charles Matthews Mr. Mrs. George McBride Mrs. John McBride John McDonough V1C and Mrs. F. J. McFeeley Mrs. Don McKinney Mrs. Catherine Meinen Mr. Mrs. Metzger Dori s Michel s Mr. Mrs. Frank F. Miller Miss Jeanette Miller Miss Regina Miller Mr. Mrs. Joseph E. Minor, Jr. Orner Monken Mr. Mrs. E. Mulligan Frank Muniz Dr. Mrs. Jomes A. Murphy Mr. Mrs. H. C. Naumann Elmer Neff Mr. Mrs. Emil Neubauer Clarence Neuner Mr. Mrs. R. J. Nevenner, Sr. Hugh E. Neville Mr. Mrs. Charles Nishke Mrs. Leena Noser Mr. Fronk O ' Keefe Mr. Mr . Vincent O’Leory A. A. Ostermeier Miss Teresa O’Sullivan Mr. Mrs. Herbert Parker Mr. Mrs. L. P aster ski Karen Peters Mr. Stanley Petraitis Mr. Mrs. J. Petrikas Emmett J. Pfeil Ann Plotzkoester Neva Pointon D. A. Prindable Marvin Pruett Mr. Mrs. John Przada Capt. Mrs. William P. Quinn Mr. Mrs. Stanley G. Rondle Pearl Rang» Gloria Rausch A. E. Rautenstrouch E. L. Rauth Ann Rayback Mr. Mrs. P. M. Rayback Mr. Mrs. Aloys A. Reeb Mrs. Amanda Reeb Irwin Reeb, Sr. Reed Family Mr. Mrs. Edgar Rehg Mr. Mrs. Art Rehkopf Mrs. E. W. Reichert Mr. Mrs. Edmund Reissen Mr. Mrs. Rlchord Remelius Mr. Mrs. Charles B. Rigney Dr. Mrs. D. R. Robertson Paul Roman Dr. G. A. Rosenthal Mr. Mrs. Gregory L. Ross Mr. Mrs. George Roy Mrs. Susan Ruebelmann Mary Catherine Russell Mrs. Thomas Russell R ut h and Don Dr. John S. Sadowski Louis C. Saeger Marv Salomone, 109 Mrs. Stanley Salomone Mr. J. Sankus Mrs. Bernice Savitt John L. Schaefer Mr. Mrs. B. Schaffer Frank Schaller Mr. Mrs. Dennis Scheibel Dr. Mrs. A. D. Schilling Mr. Mrs. E. Schmidt Mr. Mrs. Cletus Schneider Mrs. Emma Schoenborn G. A. Schotter Mr. Mrs. L. V. W. Schrader Devono Schwartz Horold J. Schwartz Mr. Mrs. Lorraine Schwarz J. H. Schwarz trou ber Mrs. Charles Seibold Tom Sheehey Dr. Mrs. A. R. Sintzel Lee Betty Skaggs Mr. Mrs. George Smith Harold Smith Joseph Sommer» Mr. Mrs. Walter Spehn Mr. P. Stancius Mr. William Starman Mr. Arthur Stauder Mr. Mrs. John Steger Virginia Stengel Miss Stella Stenger Belle Steuernagel Dr. Raymond W. St. Eve Mr. Mrs. J. Stier Maureen Stratmann ' 59 Richard C. Stratmann Mr. Mrs. Richard Stratmann Mr. Arthur Strittmatter Mr. John C. Suchman John Tarrant Mr. Mrs. Clarence Taylor Donald L. Tedesco Mr. Mrs. E. H. Tegtmeier Mr. Mrs. William Thebus Dori s Thomas Mr. E. I. Thomas Marvin W. Thompson Mr. Mrs. M. Tindall Mrs. Iva Tindoll Mildred Toler John H. Traube Mr. Mrs. Léo Trentmann Mr. Mrs. Ottis Tudor Mr. Mrs. Robert D. Vail Mr. Mrs. A. Vaitkus Mr. Mrs. Lorin Von Horn Pammy, Linda, Albert Von Meter Mr. Mrs. Arthur Vernier Mr. Mrs. Joseph Vernier Laura Janet Vernier Mr. Mrs. Wes Vernier Jack Vines, Jr. V. Vitale Mr. Mrs. E. J. Voellinger Mrs. Mary Vonnahme Mrs. A. J. Walters Mr. Mrs. George Week Margaret Weckermeyer Mr. Mrs. Milton Weilbocher Mr. Mrs. Richard Weifbocher Mrs. Helen Weirauch Mr. Mrs. William A. Weis Roy Weissenborn Alice Wesolik A. Wain Westfall Mr. Mrs. Sam Whonger C. 0. White Mr. Mrs. Félix Wierciak Dr. Mrs. M. E. Wilbret Mr. Robert L. Williams Dr. T. J. Winkler Mr. Mrs. James Winter Mrs. Eugenio Wittlich Mrs. Nick Wobbe Mr. Mrs. Tony Wolf Dr. Albert H. Wolff Mr. Mrs. V. A. Wolff John Woltering Dorothy Wortman Mr. Mrs. Emil Wottowa Mrs. Lee Wottowa Marie Wottowa Marilyn Wottowa Mrs. Russell Wright Mr. Mrs. Edward Wuller Mr. Mrs. William Zocharski Joseph Zajac Mr. Mrs. Steve Zeszutek Alton Brick Co. Art s Service Station Barney’s Shoe Repair Beck Vanilla Products G. A. Becker Sons Belleville Electric Co. Bill ' s Caméra Shop The George Blanquart Jewelers Bob ' s Barbecue Brown’s Dry Goods Store B P Office Supply Burgard ' s Store Carmody Pontiac, Inc. Central Sewing Supply Centreville TOM BOY Supermarket Char Cel Tavern Chester Insurance Agency Chuck ' s Inn C. L. Pastries Community Milk Co. R. J. Cox Monument Co. Crown Shoe Company Dawn Heights I.G.A. Dixon Insurance Agency Dollus Bros. Dotty Lee Beauty Salon East Side Linen EB and Mel Tavern Eckert’s Market Enterprise Foundry, Inc. Fargo Liquor Store Syl Fietsam, Jeweler First Mutual Savings and Loon Association First National Bank Friederich—Juen Frillmon Photographers Graham Pierce Stationery Great China Restaurant T. J. Gundlach Machine Co. Harbaugh ' s Feed Honey Hencken Boekenkroeger Furniture Co. Hull ' s Drug Store J. M. J. Industries, Inc. Johnny’s Square Deal Auto Supply Kammerlen Electric Co. Kay ' s Gifts and Toys Ken’s Shirt Service Laurene’s Pie Shop Lefty ' s Barber Shop Lerner’s Loehr’s Market Al Lugge Shoe Service Mississippi Valley Boat Sales Monnie ' s Sportmon’s Inn Montroy Jeweiry Store Howard R. Moore, Realtor Mussulman ' s Book Store Niederer’s Dairy Peskind’s Peters Hardware Co. Poser’s Service Stotion James P. Quote, Barber Shop Ray Service Station Renner Funerol Home Roewe Norkus Tavern Ruth ' s Confectionery St. Clair Electric Supply Co. Inc. St. Mary ' s Bowling Alleys Schmidt-Wul 1er Schmitz Printing Co. Léo Schuerger Prescription Store Seiffrth ' s Bakery Seymore Construction Co. Sprague Truck Service Simm s Hordwore Paint Store Southern Illinois National Bank State Cleaners State Sandwich Shop Stiehl Drugs, Inc. Storck Grocery Style Cleaners Tipton ' s Shell Stotion Tom ' s Toasted Peanuts Tony ' s Pizzeria Union National Bank Vétéran’s Linoléum Vic’s Blue Room Viviano Brothers Weeke Wholesale Welge Funeral Home Wishbone Restaurant Wiskamp Cleaners Wright Way Wheel Brake Service Big Bob Yotes A Friend Sincere thanks and good wishes to our many friends, our patrons. A PHOTOGRAPHERS ; TO HER MAJESTY MISS NOTRE DAME COUP LIME STS OF BAUER SHEET METAL 4601 State Street Medical Building East St. Louis, Illinois BELLEVILLE SHEET METAL 820 West “A” Street Belleville Illinois For a Safe and Comfortable Way to Travel BELLEVILLE CAB COMPANY CALL AD 3-8780 Radio Dispatched 23 South Second Street Operating Yellotuand Black White Cabs Prompt Courteous Service c JOHN F. YOCH COMPANY AND HOME SUPPLY INC. CATHOLIC LITERATURE STORE Religious Cifts for Ail Occasions Religious Greeting Cards Custom Picture Framing Mounting Everything for the Catholic Home 1723 West Main Street (Across from St. Mary’s) Al) 3-3660 ALVIN B. CLARK AGENCY, INC. General Insurance 2318 State Street BR 1-6628 F.ast St. Louis, Illinois BR 1-6629 AUGUSTINE’S RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE 1200 Centerville Ave. THE CHI LDREN’S SHOP Belleville AD 4-6364 Illinois COOK’S HARDWARE 121 East Main St. Belleville X Illflfois Complété Line of hardware, household utensils, t and gifts CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NOTRE DIEHL ' S JEWELRY Heirloom Sterling 24 East Main Belleville Illinois JONES STATIONERY STORE Books , Stationery , Bibles , Gifts and Cards for Ail Occasions Office and School Supplies 125 East Main Street AD 3-0900 Belleville, Illinois KAEMMERLEN Bookkeeping and Tax Service Notary Public 5308 West Main Street Belleville, Illinoi Licenses— Auto, Huntir jjK VIGNA ' S VILLAGE CAFE John Ann Loisel Village Shopping Center u rr t rBE CHERER’S TAVERN AND SERVICE STATION C 2101 West 50 O’Fallon, Illinois AUTOMOBILE-FIRE-CASUALTY BURR INSURANCE AGENCY CO. C L PASTRIES Louis C. “llurT” Schiemer COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Notary Public—Loans 115 S. Illinois St.—GR 6-3661 16th and State Street East St. Louis Illinois Millstadt, Illinois BONDS LIFE FREEBURG BOWLING LANES League Bowling Open Bowling Match Games Open 1 PM to 1 AM Friday, Saturday, Sunday Coll For Réservations Freeburg 9415 K W CREE-MEE DRIVE-IN 20th and South Belt West Belleville Illinois SAEGER WACHTEL HARDWARE 3301 State Street East St. I ouis Illinois IJPton 5-1555 East St. Louis Illinois LOUIS A. CHAPERLO TT KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 4239 à 0 F al Ion Illinois MINOR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 709 St. Clair Àve. Bel levi I le Illinois WULLER DRUGS • Enjoy a new ihrlll. Dancing on skates! An evening ' i •kate date is perfect fun and récréation. SKATELAND 2301 West Main Belleville inois A. J. Wuller, R. Ph. 29 West Main Belleville Illinois AD 3-3013 Compliments of KAEMMERLEN ELECTRIC CO. 2728 Locust Street St. Louis 3 Mo. INTERIOR DESIGNERS Repairs Electrical Contracting 3605 West Main Belleville III. ADams 4-2175 SIMOND’S DRUG STORE Whefce you are always welcome Professional Pharmacy Prescriptions — Our Specialty Let us keep your medicine chest well stocked Phone Greenfield 6-2551 Millstodt, Illinois “For The Very Best Brand Nantes In Everything Musical 99 RHEIN’S MUSIC HOUSE, INC. 124-6 East Main St. AD 4-1045 Belleville, Illinois MADEMOISELLE BEAUTY SALON 920 McClintock Phone ADams 4-0650 Belleville Illinois TELE TRONICS SERVICE CO. 8816 State St. PAUL MIRRING FLORIST ©S " ! East St. Louis 111 mois 700 State Street BEYER PASTRY SHOPS UPton 5-6000 la Specialist Bellevillc 1001 West Main 722 I.ebanon Ave. Phone ... AD 4-5948 Illinois TOLIN ' S CONFECTIONERY 6101 West Main Fresh-at-5:30 A.M.—Daily Bakery-Milk-Bread also carry Lunch Méats — Produce — Fruits Cakes — Cookies No Fxtra Charge For Cold Soda SCHMIDT-WULLER, INC. 113 E. 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SUPER MARKET Méats for Home Freezers Processed I Milistadt FROZEN FOODS AND PRODUC DRY GOODS AIR CONDITION ED Open Friday Night Till 9 Call Green Field 6-3161 207 West Washington Mr. Mrs. Richard Stratmann Mrs. Mary Marxer, Props. REMEMBER - for your best deal on a new Chevrolet or any make osed car, try — O ' FALLON MOTOR CO., INC O’Fallon, Illinois Phone: St. Libory 105 R. F. RECKER BUILDER BUILDER ' S SUPPLIES Custom Cabinet Work Mill Work — Plumbing Supplies — Paints Plymouth DeSoto Goliath Lloyd CENTURY BRASS WORKS Willys 1100 North Illinois MAIN STREET MOTORS, INC Belleville Illinois Belleville LINDOW’S “66” SERVICE STATION 5000 West Main Street Phone: Adams 4-5000 Illinois Best W ishes to NOTRE DAME South Belt and Freeburg Ave. for the next hundred years from One of her many friends. THE RETAIL CLERKS OF BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS Local No. 219 wver 60 Years of Faithful Service to This Community 1859 - 1959 C. Beranek Editor J. 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