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

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I BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 1962-1963 VOLUME XI CADEMY of NOTRE DAME DEDICATION Around the world rhe Blcsscd Virgin Mary ha s achieved honor and love under many different rôles. Man has benefited and will benefit from her intercessions under some of rhe es- pecially loved titles of Our Lady of the Snows, Our Lady of Fatima, Our Lady of Lourdes. Recognizing the great love due her as the Immaculate Conception, she has been designated as Patroness of the United States in view of this title. Through our years at the Academy, we, too, hâve grown to love her more intimately. As teen-age girls, we are learning to cope with some of the same hopes and joys, fears and crises that con- fronted her, though in a different manner, with an understanding and sympathy; with a tranquility anchor- ed in the Source of Truth and Joy. To you, Mar our Mother,—to you, our Modcl in seeking Truth and in finding Joy, we dedicate this vol¬ ume of The Academy, with our gratitude, love, and a prayer for true loyalry to you, always. Mosaic Reproduction of Murillo’s Immaculate Conception at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Washington, D. C. 3 OUR BISHOP The Senior Class Notre Dame Academy Belleville, Illinois Dear Graduâtes: You hâve reached another plateau in your Carholic éducation journey. It is one which gives you particular joy and a feel- ing of satisfaction of work well dont . For us who hâve been instrumental in pro- viding this éducation, it is an occasion on which we offer to you our sincerest con¬ gratulations. We join these with our prayers that the training, discipline and inspiration you hâve rcceived during these four years at Notre Dame will bt the guiding Iight to lead you further on the road of Christian living. Granting to you my épiscopal blessing, I remain Sinccrely yours in Christ, Mosr Rev. Albert R. Zuroweste Bishop of Belleville 4 HIS REPRESENTATIVES Révérend Joseph Lawler Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish Very Revcrend Robert Wesselmann Chaplain, Academy of Notre Dame Révérend Joseph Callahan Blessed Sacrament Parish Reverend Léo Hayes St. Augustine of Canterbury Parish HIS REPRESENTATIVES Révérend Edward Christ St. Clare’s Parish, O’Failon Reverend John Ruggles Sacred Heart Parish, Du Quoin Reverend Raymond Kownack St. Josephs Parish, Freeburg ACADEMICS MRS. VEECH — English I and II, Physical Education SISTER MARIE SUZANNE — Homcroom C205, Reli¬ gion, English I and II, Sodality Moderator. MRS. KATT — English II and III. SISTER RITA MARIE — Homcroom C120, English III and IV, Read-A-Wce Business Staff Moderator. SISTER M. LORITA — Homcroom 110, English IV, Latin II, Read-A-Wee Staff Moderator. SISTER JANE MARIE — Homcroom Cl02, English III, Speech and Dramatics, Yearbcx k Staff Moderator. MRS. MONGAN—English I, Latin. ENGLISH Mary Colc, Susie Read, and LaDonna Klueker direct Terri Cange in posting current news regarding English Literarure. Thème writing provides English students with Sound college préparation. Senior English students Annabelle O’Malley, Ccce Cullen, and Ruth Ann Cole re-enatr the popular scene from Macbeth . . . ' ' Double, double, toil and trouble, firc burn, cauldron bubble. ' ' MISS CLARK — Homeroom C10I, Physical Fducation, Health, General Marhcmatics. SISTFR PATRICK ANN — llomeroom 30 e ), Aluebr.i I and II, General Science, Biology. MISS SOUCY — Homeroom Cl, Geomctry, Physical Fducation. SISTFR CONRAN — Homcrcxim 109, Advanced Mat hématies, Algebra I. MATHEMATICS The set concept proves a challenge for these senior A J v a n c e J Marhematics stridents. 10 Contemplation a difficult Algebra problem is this pencil-chewing Freshman. Thèse Frcshmen find the explorations of Al cbra inrriguing. I SISTER CAROL MARIE-Sophomore Home- room, Chemistry, Biology, and Future Nurses of America moderator. SISTER GERALD-Sophomore Homcroom, Biology, Physics, C.S.M.S. and Rosary Club moderator. SISTER 1. CORITA--F res h m a n Homcroom, Chemistry, Algebra, Gcometry, C.S.M.C. and Rosary ' Club assistant moderator. SCIENCE AND Explorin.q the fascinaring world of Iiving cells are: Sharon Schaefer, Jan Cox, Eilecn Mor- rison, Linda Kassebaum, Mari- lyn Niemann, and Barbara Lyvers. Through the religion classes the students were made aware of the impact of the Ecumenical Council in their lives. " When looking for a marriage partner, " warns Father Wesselman, " look for compatibility. " RELIGION C Add a little more. Mary Ellen, then maybe it will balance. Sister Angclee, sole art and French teachcr, looks on as Sistcr Baptiste, Latin III teachcr, points out another Fnglish phrase derived from the Latin. Sister Angelee and Sister Baptiste both manage sophomore homerooms. Sister Marie Ruth teaches four classes of Latin I, besides managing a freshman homeroom. LANGUAGES First-year Latin students become acquainted with " Auxilium Latinum, " a national maga¬ zine written entirely in Latin on the high school level. These juniors, who found the study of French casier after two ycars of Latin, leam the cor¬ rect French pronu nciation from a tape- recording. Sister Floria, American History and junior homeroom teacher inspects the globe while Mrs. Heck, who teaches Citizenship, and Sister Aline, World History and Sophomore homeroom teacher, consult the atlas. Miss Peggy Driscoll, American Problem, American History teacher and Sophomore home¬ room moderator. SOCIAL STUDIES These American History stu- dents become adept in locating places on the globe and map. Barbara Fellner captures the attention of her listeners while reporting on one of the current problems of modem America in her American Problems class. Notre Dame ' s three devoted business teachers, Sister M. Justin, Sister John de Deo, Sister Rosella, pause from their work to discuss the award Systems for shorthand and typing students. SISTER M. JUSTIN — Senior Homeroom, Shorthand II, Typing I and II, Bookkeeping, Student Council Moderator. SISTER JOHN DF DEO — Junior Homeroom, Typing I, Shorthand I, Record Keeping, Read-A-Wee Business Staff Moderator, Assistant Moderator of Stu¬ dent Council. SISTER 1. ROSELLA — Junior Homeroom, Typing I, Shorthand I, General Business. SPEED is the by word for ail second year short¬ hand students as they strivc for the coveted 120 words a minute award. BUSINESS ’Well, there goes my perfect timed writing, " laments aspiring typist, Martha Vernier, as the wrong key is struck. Accuracy as well as speed make up the capable typist. Doris Warzala, Jane Quirin, Pat Breeden, Marilyn Lyons Rita Joseph, ambitious business students, are conscientiously preparing to face the challenges of the business world by acquainting themselves with a wide diversity of office equipment. Familiarity with this equip- ment will give them confidence and poise in their future business expériences. Engrossed in hcr artisric création is Mary Lou Semmel- roth, who is taking advantagc of a course which will help hcr to develop thc standards of taste and judgment needed for art appréciation. Sevcral students try sculpturing, a technique recently added to the art dcpartment. ART, HOME ECONOMICS Sister Ida Marie, Home Economies teacher, dem- onstrates one of the varied techniques of sewing to an interested pupil. She is also a senior home- room teacher and is F.H.A. moderator. Participants in the doll-dressing contest sponsored by thc Junior Women ' s Club are Ercile Ferrcnbach, Sharon Rcnneker, second place winner; Barbara Brown, first place; Mary Lehan. They participatcd in this projcct in conjunc- tion with their Home Economies course. PRINCIPALE MESSAGE Our devotcd principal, Sister Mary Carmel, contacts the students over the public address System. My dear Students, Angels call her Queen, but they cannot call her Mother. You can. Appropriatcly hâve you dedicated this year’s volume to Mother Mary. Your country, your locality, your school, your teachers similarly honor her—the oldest promise of Heaven to Earth. It was in Eden that God made this covenant; on Cal- vary that He fulfilled it. And scattered ail over the world down through the âges, various shrines of Our Lady are reminders of the frequent renewals she has made of that promise to her children, God s children. Ail the days of your life give yourself more and more to Mary, knowing that in giving yourself to her, you are giving yourself to her divine Son. Make yours a Marian existence. Wirh the sincere confidence and dévotion of a child for its mother, daily go to her in need and temptation, in joy and sorrow, in success and failure. Mary is the most competent teacher in the school of life, the surest guide on the path to Eternal Life, the greatest exemplar of grow th into rhe likeness of Christ. Nationally, locally, domestically, you may not rate in Time, but Marian-steered you will shine for ail Eternity. Lovingly in Notre Dame, M c SENIORS Corrie Abright Charlenc Antweiler Bernice Baumann s ' Kathy Arnold S E N I Diane Baumann Bonnie Beardsmore Jane Appel Lynn Bagnato ORS . Bonnie Becker Janet Bell Sue Beth Benton Judy Bertke Jeanne Blanquart Judee Beuckman Diane Boul Cheryl Bowen Cathie Boyne Pat Brceden Mary Crilly Sherry Lee Dailey Jean Feder é C Neoma Fink Margie Eschenfelder Barbara Fellner Jackie Faller Mary Catherine Fischer Kitty Foley Mary Friederich Mary Kay Fritsch SENIORS Patricia Fuchs Gertie Gagen Alice Gardner Kathy Garland Martha Gatawakas Barbara Gawalek Mary Geppert Mary Frances Gore Kathryn Grimmer Parti Hettenhausen Ireta Higgerson Janet Hoskins SENIORS Kathleen Huschle Ardys Jeffries Joanne Johnson Marinell Johnson Christine Kaiser Barbara Lautz Sharon Lesaganich Diane Leveling fS Marilyn McKinney Kathy Meirink Katherine Mell Marilyn Lyons June Makowski Donna Mangin Judy McCarthy SENIORS Sharon Meyer 28 Nancy Moran Clara Mae Munier Mary Naumann Nancy Ohlendorf Barbara Oughton Judy Pawlow Karen Peters Annabelle O’Malley 29 Mary Darlene Peters Janet Posenuk Jane Quirin Rita Reuss SENIORS Margene Rickert Kathy Rickert Lucy Riedel Mary Frances Riedel Patricia Rilcy Elainc Rinck Patricia Roscow Joan Marie Roth Karen Rowe Virginia Salomone Guadalupe Sanchez Jane Rujawitz Betty Schaefer S E N Janice Schneider » Clara Schaefer Rosemarie Schieffer ORS Marianne Schmidt Mary Diane Schmitt Patricia Schomber Barbara Schuette Rita Schulte C Mary Semmelroth Judy Shields Sandra Shields Leslie Victoria Diane Shay Terry Shea Saundra Shobe Ruth Ann Siekmann Carol Sinn S LU 1 O R S Sharon Smith Ossie Spears Mary Frances Stciner Carol Storner Avon Thomas Margaret Ann Thompson Suzanne Tiernan Joséphine Touchette Kay Trenrmann Margie Vail Doris Warzala Mary Whealon Audrey Weilbacher Darlene Werner SENIORS 36 Joan Zacharski Janet Zimmcrman REMEMBER .. 102 OFFICERS are: Annabclle O’Malley, President , Judy Pawlow, Vice President; Gertie Gagen, Secretary and Diane Shay, Treasurer. 201 OFFICERS: Carol Storner, President: Audrey Weilbâcher, Vice-President: Mary Lou Cichon, Secre¬ tary; Rosemarie Schieffer, Treasurer. 110 OFFICERS are: Margie Biehl, Treasurer: Diane Visintine, Secretary; Mary Kaye Kohl, Vice-President: and Carol Wobbe, President. SENIOR STORY Carol Wobbe, President of the Class of ’63 100 OFFICERS: Mary Wiesen. Treasurer. Mary Diane Schmitt, Secretary; Tudy Lurtz. Vice-President: and Mary Friederich, President. Skates prove less hazardous than footballs. c A CT IVITI ES AD JESUM PER MARIAM THE SODALITY has for its motto: ad Jcsum per Mariam—to Jésus through Mary. Thus, the schtx l chapel is the focal point in rhe Sodalists’s daily activities. Many times will a Sodalist visit rhe chapel before beginning her day of classes. She spcnds fiftcen minutes each week in prayerful adorarion before God’s alrar. Many times will she turn to her chosen model, the Blcsscd Virgin Mary, in time of need. As the Sodalist steps from the circle of high school life into the ever- widening realm of carecrs and opportunités, may she ever rcmain a faithful imitator of Mary, the protectress of ail. Mary Kay Gaul, sophomorc Sodalist, places a white rose at rhe feet of our Blessed Lady. The Sodaliry has rradirionally presented a living rosary in the Month of the Rosary, October. Each week, preceding their Sodality meetings, the Sodalists assemble in the chapel to recite the Little Office o f the Blessed Virgin Mary. These four senior Sodalists, Katie Nuetzel, R ut h Ann Cole, Donna Schneider, and Margie Thompson, accompanied by the Sodal itymode- rator, Sister Angelee, journeyed tothe Summer School of Catholic Action, a national convention attended bymore than three thousand Sodalists. The convention, held in Chicago, gave the girls one week of renowned speakers, dances, boat rides, and, most impor¬ tant of ail, an opportunity to meet fellow Sodalists from every part of the country. The Sodality moderators: Sister Marie Suzanne, sophomores; Sister Marie Ruth. probationary group; Sister Angelee, over-all moderator, including jun¬ iors and seniors. The officers of the 180-member Sodality are: Annabelle O’Malley. Treasurer; Janet Walthes, Secretary: Judy Pawlow, Vice-Prefect; Margie Thompson, Prefect . 43 The officers ather for a pre-meeting conférence. Sister M. Justin, Mod- eraior; Marilyn Eisele, President: Barbara Fellner, Vice President: Mary Kaye Fritsch, Secretary; Karen Rowe, Treasurer, and Janice Schneider, Sergeant-at-arms. STUDENT COUNCIL 44 Senior Council mcmbcrs Joan Roth, Eileen McKinney, Mary Kay Kohl, Gertie Gagen, Judy Lurtz, and Clara Mae Municr organize to be used as awards in various drives. Hayes, Marilyn Janer Walthes, stuffed animais Juniors Janet Bedel, Dolores Dressel, Jane Swedo, Mary Kay Meyer, Diane Morck, Peggy Ferris, and Marilyn Schranz check programs for Mary N. D. skit. c Our giganric chocolaté bar is displaycd by Sophomores Patricia Kiehl, Pat Knaus, Mary Kay Baker, Phyllis Zaganclli, Diane Isselhard, Lucia Juenger, and Connie Kosydor. Freshmen Shirley Rcttle, Rita Winkelmann, Janice Vlasak, Cynthia Hess, Caria Waeltz, and Karen Burns gather material for the coming Magazine Drive. 45 Those chosen for the honor of representing their homerooms as Mary N. D. candidates are, first row: Sharon Meyer, Donna Schneider, Karen Rowe, Mary N. D.; Margie Thompson, Kathleen Burns. Second Row: Jane Koesterer, Carol Knaus, Plaine O’Leary, Linda Kassebaum, Katie Crostarosa. Third Row: Mary Bcth Mueller, Mary Wuest, Karhy Lanter, Susan Hladick, Kathy Knepper, Judy Gain. Fourth Row: Betsy Boyer, Kathy Howard, Jane Pazderka, Julie Davis, Martha Glauber, Mary Ann Shadid. Karen Rowe, elected by the student body, Mary N. D. 1963, truly represents the Mary- like qualities of honesty, sincerity, loyalty, purity, and the abiliry to get along with others. Not only is Karen a regular partic¬ ipant in the many activities sponsored by the school, but is also active in various local organizations. She is our idea of the idéal Notre Dame girl. 46 ' Ave Maria " was the theme that pre vailed in the sélection of Mary N. D. MISSION QUEEN CANDIDATES: Jean Nold, Linda Nuetzel, Connie Stuart, Frances Horvat, Phyllis Zaganelli, Mary Pat Hoff, Kathy Biehl, Mary Peavey, Marilyn Vernier, Kathy Wilshire, Julie Rauchman, Kathy Cochran, Ann Yoch. Katie Crostarosa, Mary Ann Hcckenberger, Karen Brady, Margie Biehl, Cathy Boyne, Suzanne Tiernan, Marilyn McKinney, Mary Haga and C.S.M.C. officers, Bonnie Beardsmore, Ann Gaumond, Peggy Hayes, Terri Schill, and Mary Panepinto, Mission Queen for 1962. Our Mission Queen: Is she a winner? CATHOLIC STUDENTS MISSION CRUSADE Officers of the Catholic Students Mission Crusade are: Bonnie Beardsmore, Vice President; Terry Schill, President; Ann Gaumond, Secretary; and Peggy Hayes, Treasurer. C.S.M.C. mcmbcrs who attcnded thc convention at Notre Dame Uni- versity include: Sister Aline, Bonnie Bcardsmore, Clariece Ritzheimer, Ann Yoch, Terri Schill, Dec Dressel, Sister Corita, Sister Gerald, Jean Wainwright, Ann Gaumond, Mary Ellcn Dingerson, Elaine Powell, Teresa Hoffman, Marcia Arnold, Sister Marie Patrick, Judy Wasser, Peggy Hayes, Sandra Long, Mary Ellen Fisher, Bonnie Wright, Kay Elliot, Mary Kay Meyer, Margaret Waite, Miss Driscoll, Patti Beis, Mary Goalby, Judy Churchill, Ann Carroll, Kathy Lanter, Margie Arnold, Kathy Stocker, Carol Dingivan, Cecelia Nugent, Annabelle O ' Malley, Pat Breeden, Sheila Cooney, Lynn Abright, Corrie Abright. Phyllis Zaganelli, Ann Miller, Peggy Ferris, Claude Bernicr, Kathy Jalogeas, and Debbie Weider. One of the many activities of the C.S.M.C. is the distribution of Thanksgiving Baskets. Here Fresh- men: Carol Murphy, Janet Graul, Kathy Biehl, Joanne Karabaic, Lynn Forcade, get ready to delivej their baskets. Notre Dame’s top speakers review their criticism sheets which ail seemed to favor " excellent " in their particular case. Winners in the speech contest were, seated: Judy Pawlow, Cindy Becherer, Jean Wainwright. Standing: Janice Schneider, Mary Lou Cichon, Carol Wobbe, Lynn Halvachs. Missing from photo is Barbara Oughton who merited a " superior " award. Enjoying a breath of air following a performance of " Around the World in Eighty Days are these N. D. actresses: Jeanette Dahm, Terry Schill, Diane Costarosa, Carol Wobbe, Lynn Halvachs, Margie Haas, Carol Sedlak, Susan Roche, Cindy Bechercr, Kathy Boync. The production was presen ted for the N. D. Postulants. SPEECH Highlighting the Christmas variety show were fifteen acts performed by the talent of N D. Humorous skits — picture to left — and dance routines — below — were part of the enter¬ tainment. As an appropriate closing to the Christmas présenta¬ tion, a pageant was presented to instill in ail students a true spirit of Christmas. One of the featurcs of rhe minstrel was the présentation of an interpréta¬ tive dance by talentcd freshman, Linda Reiniger. Everyone loves a minstrel and a lively freshman music class proved it by presenting their version of a minstrel show. It induded such famous characters as Mr. Interlocuter and the hilarious Endmen. Songs, dances, and jokes highlighted the production. Intramural play contest winners in the Frcshman- Sophomore division were the Sophomores of C201 who presented " The Stolen Prince. " Members of the cast were, first row: Paula Shobc, Marilyn Vernier, Lynn Gansmann, Betty Hilpert, Karen Davinroy, Jeanne Tissier. Second Row: Connie Kosydor, Maureen Mc- Ginley, Elaine Matthews, Ann Katt, Pat McBride, Barb Koesterer, Susan Renneker, Kathy Lanter. Back: Joyce Goodall. Last minute directions are given to these Juniors of 308 before they présent their one-act play. Their présentation, " Nothing to Destroy, " merited first in the Junior-Senior division. Mc mbers of the cast are: Elaine O Le ary, Anita Kassly, Dotty Dillon, Jean Sarto, Mary Ellen Ehret and Joan Waeltz. 51 The senior portraits receive an unanimous vote of approval from Rita Reuss, Kay Trentmann, Margie Thompson, Peggy Sax, Carol Wobbe, and Sandy Shields. YEARBOOK A sign on the portai rcad " SNA FU” A translation of which so few students knew. But within the room abides The reason ir compiles: SITUATION NORMAL: ALL FOULED UP! Sophomores Phyllis Buss, Jane Friez, and Judy Çullinane quickly become acquainted with the locations of past year- books, equipment, and the cookie can. Mary Kay Galvin, Diane Crostrosa, Elaine O’Leary, Marian Buescher, Peggy Ferris, and Carole Dingivan devise the most advantageous layout for the pictures put at their disposai. Peggy Hayes, Mary Ellen Ehret, Ann Gaumond, and Janet Sax compile their information before com- pleting an important page. After an exhaustive but gratifvingday Donna Schneider, Editer; Frank Zukeran, Fhotogruphrr; Sister Jane Marie, Modrmtor; and Nan Moran, GhEditor; pause on the conservatory porch for a welcome soda. 3 3 Barbara Lautz, Ruth Cole, Editor; Janet Posenuk, Annabelle O’Malley, and Lynn Halvachs, Co-Editor, discuss page layours for READ-A-WEE. READ-A-WEE Some articles call for communiry effort . . . Mary Lou Cichon, Patricia Haley, Marrie Arnold, and Kathy Garland. Budding journalists turn to drama for the Journalism Drive kick-off. Business Manager Mary Kassebaum plans ad layours with Kathy Mell, Diane Leveling, Carol Storner, Judy Lurtz, and Sister John de Deo. Staff members Sheila Cooney, Mary Wiesen Ann Hoelschcr discuss the guidelines for article. c Sharon Wilkinson, Sister Rita Maria, Sherry Dailey, Kathy Arnold, Clara Schacfer, Judy Berkel, Janet Schoendienst, and Marinell Johnson préparé to send the READ-A-WEE to subscribers. The Choraleers are: Clara Schaefer, Sharon Wilkinson, Mary Ellcn Fhret, Par Fuchs, Kitty Davlan, Laura Bann, Gail Fak. Mary Igcl, Dianne Boul, Sandy Long, Sandy Schaeffer, Kay Storner, Susan Merz, Cecelia Nugent, Pat Kastel, Debbie Weidcr, Margie Thompson, Jackie Faller, Mary Ellen Biehl, Karen Brady, Pat McBride, Mary Beykirch, Betty Fritseh, Jean Shadid, Jolene Guerterman, Anita Kauffman, Mary Kaye Fritseh, Sharon Meyer, Ann Hoclschcr, Ruth Ann Colc, Kathy Grimmer, Sheila Price, Jo Anne Frcrker, Tenna Racheff, Judy Gain, and Cindy Randall. The Sextet includes: Dianne Boul, Susan Eisele, Kathy Grimmer, Janice Schneider, Mary Ellen Ehret, and Jean Shadid. Doris Malcarne, Lynn Render, Jeanne Tissier, Katic Nuerzel, Judy Shields, Janet Sax, Ann Gaumond, Janet Leipold, Peggy Hayes, Mary Beth Grimmcr, Mary Ellen Sullivan, Kathy Lanter, Marcia Arnold, Diane Edwards, Juanita Helms, Peggy Sax, Barbara Brown, Sharon Kcelcy, Marv Ann McElligott, Betty Kurth, Gail Semon, Marian Gashgarian, Mary Kaye Meyer, Christine Kaiser, Janice Schneider, Margic Glauber, Ann Yoch, Kathy Bartel, Judy Neighbors, Susan Baltz, Jeanne Buss, Phylis Zagnelli, Judy Crook, Susan Eisele, Margie Arnold, and Mary Fran Horvat. ALEERS Bc sides directing the Choraleers, the Melotones, the Band, and the Freshman Chorus, Sister Rose Duchesne also gives piano and music lessons. Representing the various homerooms in rhc Arhlctic Association are: First Row, Jane Schwalb, Saundra Shobe, Elainc Rinck, Sharon Smith, and Mary Frances Steiner. Second Row, Lynn Gansmann, Sandy Falcetti, Pat Craig, Joan Schwalb, Bonnie Keen, Ann Reeb, and Manan Gashgarian. Third Row, Mary McDanicls, Mary Pat Rigdon, Rosemary Kreher, Kathy Trammel, Barb Visintine, Kathy Cochran, and Donna Buescher. GIRL’S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Surrounded by trophies of past athletic achievements are the présent tffficers of the G.A.A.: Bottom Row, Dotty Dillon, Vice President; and Kathy Bartel, Secretary. Top Row, Mary Wiesen, Treasurer; Karen Rowe, President; and Miss Soucy, Modérât or. 58 Wishing the balfr had a Iittle more oomph behind it are; Marinell Johnson, Doris Warzala, and Jane Quirin. The Sophomore Ail-Star Volleyball Team display rhe enthusiasm that cap- ru red for them the title of school champions. 59 BAND Band officers of 1963 arc: Shcila Price. Vice-President; Mary Crilly. Treasurer; Plaine Rintk and Sharon Smith, Sergeants-at-Arms; and Sharon Meyer, President. Notre Dame Band members are: Sharon Smith, Kathy Garland, Susan Vickery, Rosemary Gayle Fak, Mary Crilly, Jane Koesterer, Dolores Hoffman, Kathy Lanter, Virginia Harrison, Judy Kinkelaar, Carol Sedlak, Pejy;y Bauer, Ann Miller, Terri Schill, Kathie Meirink, Debbie Meyer, Elaine Rinck, and Candy Jun . 60 These vivacious N. D. % twirlers: Mary Kassebaum, Karhy Bartel, Lynn Hervatin, and Kay Fischer, pause from a vigorous practice session to pose for a caméra. Prohaska, Elaine Dauphin, Judy Crook, Shell a Price, JuJy Hoffman, Sandra Landry, Jan Cox, Ginny Salomone, Clara Schaefer, Chris Kaiser, Jan Gippert, Diane Edwards, Weider, Margaret Whealon, Frances Horvat, Ann Gaumond, Kathy Arnold, Sharon The- most récent and most popular paperbacks are displayed in the library by Linda Nuctzel, Sharon Ratay, Fat Wesscl, Pc gy Stellin , and Gayle Ramirez. The natural peace of the library is enhanced by the addition of classical records selected by Barbara Ou hton, Diane Weis, Joan Waeltz, Susan Wittlich, and Janet Zimmcrman. LIBRARY The entire school is indebted to rhese officers and to Sister An gel ira who keep rhe library in smooth running order: Joan Zacharski, Secretary; Mary Ann Davis, Treasurer; Ardys Jeffries, President, and Rosemarie Schicffer, Vice President . Mary Ellen Fischer, Louise Bauman, Barbara Schuettc, Karen Wittenbrink, and Diane Leveling keep the library in perfect order. GUILD SENIOR LIBRARY GUILD MEM- BERS: Jean Dare, Barbara Voellinger, Diane Shay, Audrey Weilbachcr, and Judy Pawlow make use of the newly initiated college cat- alog rack. PRESENTING HER MAJESTY Janice Schneider, C.B.C Représentative and Mary Lou Cichon, Représentative to St. Louis Uni- versity High School carried the spirit and ideals of Notre Dame with regai case throughout an exciting year of pep rallies, football games, and dances. Peggy Bauer smiles appreciatively as Rich Battaglia crowns her Homecoming Queen 1962. A f),f « Orphanbowl Queen, Suzanne Tiernan, is surroundcd by her court. Mary Ellen Lehan, Sharon Smith, Jane Swedo, Susan Christopher, Carol Wobbe, Marilyn Schrader, Kay Storner, and Marilyn Eisele, ail of whom worked earnestly for the success of the annual Orphanbowl Game. The Cathédral Crusaders are cheered to victory by the untiring energy of Mary Ellen Biehl, Carol Schilling, Kathy Garland, Elaine Rinck, M arian Gashgarian, and Judee Beuckmann. Belleville, News Democrat Photo 65 The Junior Pep Squad includes Karen Brady, Barbara Kuehn, Susan Eisele, Kathy Burns—Captain, Janet Bcdcl, Julie Rauck- roan, and Diane Morck. The Senior Pep Squad from left to right: Marilyn Lyons, Candy Jung, Sharon Monken, Pat Schomber—Captain, Marilyn McKinney, Sharon Wilkinson, Margie Thompson. PEP SQUAD The Freshman Pep Squad includes Janet Graul—Captain, Bev Kehrer, Elaine Biehl, Kathy Trammel, Georgianne Gromacki, and Linda Nuetzel. The Sophomore Pep Squad: Susan Murphy, Kathy Wilshire, Debbie Weider, Mary Ellen Budde—Captain, Kathie Crostarosa, Pat Kastel, and Jo Anne Frerker. Judy McCarthy, Secretary . explains debate procedures to Mary Crilly, President: Carol Knaus, Vice-President; Kathy Garland, Treasurer. Moderator of the debate club is Miss Peggy Driscoll. DEBATE CLUB Mary Kay Kohl, CeCe Cullen, Tricia Haley, Carol Sedlak, Marilyn Eisele, Judy Lurtz, Ann Carroll, Sandra Landry, Karen Lee Marchetti, Dana Valentin, Debbie Weider, Peggy Neff, Janet Leipold, Mary Wuest, Judy Kral, Jeanne Tissier, Joyce Rudert, Anne Reeb, Mary Kay Gaul, Betty Fritsch, and Mary Fran Beykirch also study the debate question for 1963. 67 Miss Clark, moderator of the Teachers’ Aids checks the many hours of volunteer service given by Vickie Biver, Jan Hoskins, Kathy Knepper, Barbara Gamble, Sue Renneker, Loretta Oexner, Kitty Foley, and Kathy Popp. TEACHERS’ AIDS Bulletin board arrangements can prove a challenge but can be fun too say Marcia Fuller, Clara Schaefer, Pat Fuchs, Ginny Harrison, Jeanne Blan- quart. Pat Ruser, Clara Munier, and Cindy Becherer. Working with many books, pamphlets, and files are Joyce Rudert, Jean Goedeke, Kathy Arnold, Kitty Buckley, Marynell Johnson, Doris Feder, Barbara Schuette, Donna Bertelsman, and Mary Beth Rensing. FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Kathy Cassin, Vice-President of the Future Nurses of America Organization demonstrates one of the various First Aid band- aging techniques to Gertie Gagen, President; Margie Thompson, Secretary; Kathy Cerneka, Treasurer: and Moderator, Sister Carol Marie. SCIENCE AND MATH CLUB Industrious Math Club officers Judy Lurtz, President; Terry Shca, Secretan; Jean Sarto, Sergeant- at-arms; and Eileen Hayes, Vice-President; tacklc some tricky puzzles. Moderatnrs are: Sister Patrick Ann and Sister Gerald. 69 This summer Illinois State Normal University was host to a State F.H.A. convention. The Academy’s delegates were Peggy Bauer — Junior chapter president, Barbara Schuette — Senior chapter president. Karen Marchetti — Junior chapter vice-president, and Pat Breedon. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Srudents of the Home Economies class model their latest créations in an annual style show. 70 Officers Mary Ellen Budde, Treasurer; Martha Gatawakas, Vice-President; Tricia Haley, President; Sandy Schaefer, Secretary; and Moderator Sis- ter Aline make plans for the next Future Teachers of America meeting. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA TRI - M MODERN MUSIC MASTERS The Tri-M (Modem Music Masters) officers, Peggy Hayes, Treasurer; Rosemary Prohaska, Secretary; Kathy Grimmer, Presi¬ dent; Ann Gaumond, Vice-President; and Ruth Ann Cole, His- torian. are discussing the many and varied musical activities of the newly formed organization. 71 Mrs. Harbough, Mrs. Weihrauch, and Mrs. Bresnahan serve the stu- dents cheerfully in the cafétéria, the most popu- lar room in the school. SERVICE Barbara Schuette, Clara Mae Municr, and Doris Feder help Sister Mathilde operate the ever-necessary stationery store. 72 ALUMNAE Sistcr Gosalva, Moderator of the Àlumnae. The long awaited Ring Day is made possible each year by the Alumnae. President —Jeanctte Miller and Marydcll Harrison —Chatrman of the Christmas brunch pose with 73 other alumnae officcrs and board members. The officers of the Mother’s Club and their daughters are: Mrs. A. D. Schilling, Auditor; Mrs. K. Fritsch, Auditor: Mrs. J. Igel, Treasurer: Mrs. Gagen, President; Mrs. W. Tyl, Vice President: Mrs. R. Voellinger, Correspondtng Secretary; and Mrs. W. Weis, Parliamentarian; Carol Schilling, Mary Kayc Fritsch, Betty Fritsch. Mary Igel, Gertie Gagen, Connie Tyl, Barbara Voellinger, and Diane Weis. Father’s Club Officers and their daughters in- clude: M. J. Gaul, Treasurer; Gus Monken, Presi¬ dent: Lester Helms, Secretary: Mary Kayc Gaul, Sharon Monken, and Juanita Helms. Missing from photo are Joseph Pazderka, Vice-President and his daughters, Jane and Ann. The Father-Daughter Banquet is one of the many activities sponsored by the Mother’s Club. MOTHER’S AND FATHER’S CLUBS c PERSONALITIES Laura Bann Janet Bedcl Diana Betlach Sharon Black Nancy Blumyer Alexis Bodcn Karen Brady Kathlcen Burns Cathy Chouinard Mary Dammrich Marilyn Donna Betry Driscoll Kay Elliott Marian Gashearian Carol Gass Cynthia Glaus Margery Haas Mary Hickman Mary Igel JUNIORS 205 mmM L Marianne Bailey President Carol Kreher Vice President Jeanerte Dahm Secretary Jane Mueth Treasurer Betty Kurth Mary Lehan Karen Marchetti Janet Moore Nancy Nold Barbara Nurdin Clariece Ritzhcimcr Susan Roche Janet Sax Mary Jean Sheraikis Kathy Siekmann Sharon Sorgea Kay Tragcsser Kathy Varady Jean Wainwright Kay Walter Pamela Wathen Jean Wessel Bonnie Wright Bernadelle Bann Cathie Bauer Linda Berens Mary Lou Buettner Maurecn Clifford Mary Collins Joyce Coose Linda Cummings Carole Dingivan Barbara Eschman Linda Fricke Mary Kay Galvin Mary Haga Barbara Hall Mary Ann Hanlcy Rose Ann Hcet Kathy Himstedt Ann Hoelscher Barbara Hoffmann Mary Isselhardt Karen Laing Présidé nt Janice Jakes Marilyn Kaffcr Caria Koberg Carol Knaus Sandra Long Mickey McGinley Diane Morck Mary O’Conncr Phyllis Phillips Carol Platzkocster Sheila Price Rose Marie Randle Lynn Render H tien Sobieralski Kay Storner Jane Swedo Marilyn Truccano Marrha Vernier Barbara Werndle Mariellyn Ycttkc JUNIORS 1(7 ' Diane Crostorosa Vice President Kathy Heizer Secretary Lenore Martin Treasurer JUNIORS 207 Peffgy Daubai h Carol Falcctri Mary Fl U n Fischer Marcia Fui 1 er Judy Gain Margaret Glati ber Jeanne Goedeke Mary Berh Grimmer Peggy Hayes Ginny Harrison Pat Jakoubek Ann Jasper Marian Buescher Vice President Kathy Lowe Secretary Barbara Brewcr T reasurer Barbara Kuehn Veronica Lucas Cathy Medley Mary Kay Meyer Mary Nadler Ann Pazderka D ris Prindable Paulette Reime Sharon Ritson Jackie Savane Caro! Schilling Susan Schulte Sandra Scott Karen Wittenbrink JUNIORS 308 I Margie G lauber President Anira Kassly Secretary Kathleen Cassin T reasurer Plaine O’Leary Vice President Marcia Arnold Barbara Bertschinger Barbara Brown Carôle Brueggeman n Sharon Buxton I Kathy Isler Suzanne LaSurs Suzanne Lehman Susan MeEvilly Ann Miller Cathy Moore Judy Churchill Dorrie Di lion Diane Edwards Mary Pllen Phret 2 Susan Pisele Peggy Ferris Alice Foran Ruth Franz Mary Goalby Anna O’Meara Carol Perron Plaine Powell Rosemary Prohaska Mary Beth Rensi ng Jean Sarto Sandy Schaefer Marilyn Schranz Jane Schwalb Gail Scmon Virginia Smith Connic Tyl Pat Vlasak Joan Waeltz Maurccn Wall Judy Wasser Susan Wittlich Joyce Wuebbels Janine Wyldcr Ann Yoch JUNIORS 309 Ann Gaumond President Margaret Amann Kathy Baudino Peggy Bauer Barbara Bcrtelsman Mary Fllen Bichl Jane Carpentcr Karhlecn Cerneka Judy Crook Plaine Dauphin Cheryl Dillon Dolores Dressel Ercile Ferrenbach Barbara Hankammer Susan Hladick Rose Ann Hoff Teresa Hoffmann Sue Kaltenbronn Cathy Kestly Joyce Lanter Kathy Maher Susan Merz Susan Murdoch Cecelia Nugent Rose O’Meara Charlene Poelker Julie Rauckman Helen Reeb Sharon Renneker Joyce Rudert Par Schaffer Marilyn Schrader Joan Schwalb Ann Pat Smirh Carol Smirh Kathryn Stocker Kathleen Thien Barbara Trappe Margaret Waite Diane Weis Jean Shadid Vice President Cheryl Giffhorn Secretary Monica Render T reasurer SOPHOMORES Cl Karen Lee President Mary Wuest Vice President Linda Walters Secretary Peggy Neff Treasurer Donna Andrews Regina Bagnato Donna Bertlesman Mary Beykirch Nancy Bush Jill Cavataio Jan Cox JoAnne Frerker Jane Fuehne Janet Garner Jolene Guetterman Debbie Heagy Mary Beth Janssen Patricia Johnson Sharyn Keeley Barbara Keen Barbara Kehrer Patricia Kiehl Mary Elizabeth Libéra Doris Malacarne Eileen Morrison Sharon Muckensturm Judy Neighbors Kay Nixon Mary Pancpinto Jo Perkinson Clara Rehling Jeaneen Rice Jo Ann Sommers Rita Terveer SOPHOMORES C200 82 Phyllis Buss Kathy Carncy Mary Ann dyne Karie Crostarosa Jean nie Flack I îclen Ha.nelstein Margaret Hayes ï.irnla llemann Mary Helcn lloeHken Jackic llrasky Kathy Jala.ueas Jutly Kinkelaar Pat Knaus Rosernary Kficsterer Mary Ann Nf I r lIii4« r Barbara Neu Marilyn Nieman Sharon Patterson Evelyn Proehaska Karen Rist Margaret Ann Sarkesian Carol Schaefer Sharon Schaefer Janice Scheibel Kay Scheibel Mary Jo Schwarz Cheryl S xlam Barbara Visintinc Jo Ann Weiilenhoffer Mary Jane Wurth SOPHOMORES OOI Mary Beth Bariccvic Sharon Christ Margaret Dalton Karen Davinroy Doris Feder Nancy Fuhrman Vicki Galvin Lynn Gansmann Joyce Gaskill Joyce Goodall Betty Hilpert Ann Katr Barbara Koesterer Connie Kosydor Karhleen Kregor Rosemarie Mangaipane Elaine Marrhews Maureen McGinley Jackie Morgan Sandv Oller Tcnna Rachcff Susan Renneker Roberta Schaller Jean Schwarz Paula Shobe Carol Thompson Marilyn Vernier Pat Wall 83 SOPHOMORES 003 Janet Allen Mary Ann Ames Pat Armour Juily Bailey Barbara (achon Janet Flack Kathy Fritsche Mary Kay Cîaul Phyllis (iuest Jane llanley Diane Isselhanl l.imla Kassebaum I.in«la Ke.uel Janice Kovar Phyllis Louis Karhy Bar tel Président Patricia Stengel SanJra Stephens Mary Befh Bux Vice President Janet Leipold Secretary Jean Orlet Dianna Porter (anily Ramlall Ann Reeb Jan Fruth T reasurer Jennifer Roberts (ieor.uianne Sebesak ’.herylnn Sherman lary Elizabeth Skye larsha Smith SOPHOMORES 06 Lynn Abrijsht Jane Bauer Joan Becherer Nancy Beelman Barbara Bell Terry Biver Alice Blanquart Betsy Boyer Shirley Buertner Anne Carroll Carol Fuller Linda Grogan Pat Kastel Anita Kauffmann Judy Kral Beth Nesbit T reasurer Betty Fritsch President Sandra Landry Sheila Lippert Pat Lotz Barbara Lyvers Martha McClelland Susan Murphy Barbara Neff Viki Nowark Donna Reiss Ruthann Schmitt Diane Tylka Diane Wottowa Diane Zacharski Phyllis Zaganelli Frances Zapecki Barbara Zimmermann SOPHOMORES 305 Karhy Andrcs Mary Kay Baker Jean Becherer Rita Brutto Judy Cullinane Diane Drovctta Gayle Fak Sandy Falcerti Jane Friesz Sharon Gebkc Judy Gundlack Marrha Hallbauer Joanne Hartleb Mary Ann Heckenberger Kathy Kaiser Jennifer Kane Jo Ann Kinsella Mary Klinkham Elizabeth Kohl Roberta Lukac Ruth Ann Mamino Connie Ochs Shirley Prpich An ira Rodriquez Toni Rowlan Nancy Schobert Sharon Vêlas Susan Vickery Lynn Frees (Missing) President Diane Hamilton Vice P résident Jane Koestcrer Secretary Barbara Bailey T reasurer Rita Sue Junod SOPHOMORES 306 President Kathy Fischer Vice-President Sandy Emig Secretary Mary Ellen Budde Treasurer Nancy Stier Arlcne Bach Susan Balt2 Donna Becker Linda Becker Bonnic Bingheim Kitty Buckley Mary Bush Pat Craig Kathy Cullen Martha Fietsam Trudie Gaines Barbara Goehner Sharon Gruen Lou Hanna Sandy Komeshak Linda K ramer Patty Kubitschek Jane Loehr Joyce McFarling Janice Pennebaker Judith Reinkemeyer Kathy Reidel Cheryl Roach Carol Whobrey FRESHMEN CIOI First Row: Donna Zink. Second Row: Kathy Trammell, Penny Theis, Caria Waeltz. Third Row: Mary Shadid, Kathy Seibert, Margaret Whealon, Janis Weber. First Row: Nancy Burch, Cheryl Becker, Sharon Aubuschon, Jerri Beyer, Marcia Blumyer, Treasurer. Second Row: Michell Cléments, Linda Cancstrari, Kathy Biehl, Président. Dianne Bevirt. First Row: Linda Meketa, Suzanne Marshall, Secretary, Carol McElligott. Second Row: Barbara Matthews, Peggy Mauch, Patricia Roche, Diane Parson, Joan Mercurio, Rita Martindale. First Row: MaDonna Klucker, Janet Graul, Vice President. Kathy Cole, Diana Cox, Doris Lyke. Second Row: Marcia Funsch, Elaine Kubicki, Kathy Gass, Angela Ferri. FRESHMEN C2 Judy Horvat, Sharon Ogle, Mary Ann Murdoch, Lynn Steudkowski, Judy Goldsmith, Beverly Viviano, Janet Schwartz, Mary Jane Schuhardt, Linda Waller. Rosemarie Przada, Mary Pat Rigdon, Sharon Reinhardt, Carolyn Mahon, Margaret Poniske, Nina Jacoby, Nancy Tillman, Linda Woolery, Evelyn Cox, and Dorothy Wittcnauer. Moving Upward Are: Mary Jane Goedke, Karen Burns, Mary Rita Benson, Mary Pat Hoff, Marilyn Glaus, Jackie Bunn, Joyce Behrman, Kathy Howard, Louise Averbeck. Sitting Are: Cheryl Reed, Yvonne Quirin, Nancy Wuebbels, and Joan Reissen with Mary Fiedler, Jeanine Reime, Dolores Hoffmann, Judy Neff, and Mary Alice Frierdich standing behind them. 89 FRESHMEN CI02 Barbara Zamenski, Casandra Casagrand, Jane Pazderka, Connie Stuart, Mary Grocsch, Beverly Kehrer, Linda Wobbe, Laura Mamino, Donna Impennathio. Susie Read, Rosemary Kreher, Sandra Schmidt, Mary Schaefer, Janet Rcnsing, Evelyn Cox, Kathy Lickley, Joanne Karabaic, Peggy McClain, Mary Louise Steele. Diane Grudzinski, Pat Smith, Mollie McTernan, Carol Murphy, Barbara Sopp, Gail Beaumont, Lynn Forcade, Shirley Rettle, Anna Marie McNutt. Kathy Moore, Fileen Bain, Georgiann Gromacki, Diane Dippel, Mary Beth Canne, Kay Crilly, Treasurer, Kathy Brady, Secretary. Barbara O ' Malley, President, Elaine Biehl, Vice President. 90 Linda Winter, Peggy Stelling, Joan Robins, Roscmary Schaefer, Lynn Tecklenburg, Cccelia Schniers, Rose Ann Moehle, Lynda Nuetzel, Carol Neff, Janice Schobert. FRESHMEN CII5 Botrom: Debbic Ballard, Secre ary, Barbara Frey, T reas tirer. Donna Bucschcr, Sue Beelman, Barbara Dowling, Rosemary Bell, Rira DeFosset, Jackie Cepicky, Charlotte Frierdich. Left to Right: Martha Glauber, Dorotha Gra- ham, Susie Glauber, President. Becky Gasaw- ski, Vicky Head, Marie Heintz, C i n d y Hess, Joyce Gojmerac, Barbara Hayes. Left to Right: Pat Maher, Kathy Kurant, Pamcla Meyer, Vice President, Carol Mensing, Kay Langan, Charlotte Lucash, Susan Koesterer, Diana Milligan, Sharon Johnson, Cindy Kish. Kathy Williams, Marcia Wagner, Carol Zimmerman, Karen Schaefer, Rita Winkleman, Dcanna Closterman, Patricia Wessel, Karen Reifschneider. FRESHMEN 020 Teresa Papproth, Dolores Howie, Mary McDaniel, Karen Kloess, Carol Kassly, Kathryn Roscow, Susan Letendre, Loretta Oexner. Kay Kastel, Gloria Haddock, President. Dianne Sandheinrich, Secre- tary. Patty Robins, Vice President, Patricia Bickerstaff, Mary Beth Mueller, Treasurer, Madonna Riedel, Virginia Bauer, Loretta Allen. Sherry Hayden, Virginia Gass, Joan Püehne, Linda Hoeffken, Angeline Emke, Rosemary Dimmic, Rose Lee Forbeck, Barbara Gamble. Pamela Jeffries, Mary Ann Gippert, Elizabeth Heidorn, Janice Vlasak, Linda Reiniger, Donna Middendorf, Cathy Fischer, Clare Goelz, Judy Giese. Linda Schluetcr, Cynthia Smith, Treasurer, Paula Cange, Vickie Biver, Kathy Slavcns, Carol Ehlers, President, Nancy Burke, Sue Brueggeman, Karen Linda Eschman, Pat Theiss, Lynn Ann Hervatin, Julie Davis, Cheryl Martin, Vice President. Joni Bush, Bernadette Westort, Ellen Worman, Marcia Stciner. Q x Cook. SENIOR DIRECTORY ABRIGHT, CORRIE ... St. Philip, CSMC; CSMC Convention; PCMI 1; Student Council 2, 3; Class Treasurcr 1; FNA 3; GA A 1, 2, 3, 4. ANTWEILER, DOROTHY CHARLENE . . . St. Josephs, transferred from Lebanon Community High Sehool. Lebanon, Illinois; CSMC; CSMC Convention; CSMC Représentative 3; CSMC Council; Glec Club 3. APPEL, JANE ... St. Henry’s, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1, 2; Teacher ' s Aid 1; FHA 4; GA A 1. 4. ARNOLD, KATHY . . . Cathédral. CSMC; PCMI 1; Fighting 69th 2; Mary’s Helper 1; Rosary Club 3, 4; RAW Business Staff 3, 4; Teacher’s Aid 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; Band 3, 4; Sehool Play 4; GAA 4. BAGNATO, LYNN ... St. Clare, transferred from St. Mary’s Academy, Alexandria, Virginia; CSMC 4. BAUMAN, LOUISE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; CSMC Représenta- five 3, 4; PCMI 1; Class Sccrctary 2; Library Guild 4; National Latin Honor Society 2; GAA 3, 4. BAUMANN, BERNICE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; Sodalist 3, 4; PCMI 1; May Day Représentative 3. BAl T MANN, DIANE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; CSMC Représenta¬ tive 3, 4; PCMI 1; Class Secretary 3; Glee Club 3. BEARDSMORE, BONNIE JEAN ... St. Henry, CSMC; CSMC Convention; CSMC Treasurer 3; CSMC Vice-President 4; PCMI 1; Rosary Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair Entry 2; Teacher’s Aid 2, 3; FTA 3; GAA 1, 2; Rosary Day 2. BECKER, BONNIE SUE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary ' s Helpers 1, 2, 3, 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2, 3; Music Récital 2, 3, 4. BEIS, PATTI . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; CSMC Convention; CSMC Représentative 3; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 1; Honor Roll 2, 3; Science and Math Club 4; Science Fait Winner 2, First Place; Debate Club 3; Music Récital 1, 4; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4. BELL, JANET ... St. Tercsa, CSMC; PCMI 1; RAW Business Staff 2. 3, 4; FHA 4. BENTON, SUE BETH . . . Cathédral, CSMC; Mary’s Helper 1, 2, 3; Poster Contest Winner 2, 3; FHA 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. BERKEL, JUDY ... St. Teresa, CSMC; PCMI 1; Fighting 69th 2; Mary ' s Helper 1; Honor Roll 1; RAW Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Circulation Manager 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day Représentative 1; Perfect Attendante 1, 2; Quill and Scroll 4. BER N IER, CLAUDE . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; CSMC Council 4; PCMI 1; Honor Roll 1; Science and Math Club 4; Science Fair Winner, First Place 2, also two Second Place Entries, 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Music Récital 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. BERTKE JUDY ... St. Mary’s, CSMC; PCMI 1; FHA 4; . GAA 1, 3. BEUCKMAN, JUDITH ANN . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 2; Class Vice- President 1; RAW I, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Sehool Play 4; Christmas Operetta 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Day 2, 3; Mission Queen Candidate 1. BIEHL, MARGIE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Class Vice- President T, Class President 2; Class Secretary 3; Class Treasurer 4; Honor Roll 3; Poster Contest Winner 4; GAA 2, 3, 4; May Day Représentative 1; Mission Queen Candidate 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3. 94 BLANQUART, JEANNE . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 2, 3, 4; Mary’s Helpers I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Fighting 69th 2; Teacher’s Aid 2, 3, 4; Music Récital l, 2, 3; FHA 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4. BOUL, DIANE ... St. Mary s, CSMC; PCMI 1; CSMC Représentative 1 2, 3; Class Vice-President 3; RAW l, 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Sextet 3, 4; Music Récital I; GAA 1, 2, 3. BOWEN. CHERYL ANITA . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sehool Play 4; GAA 1, 2, 4; Rosary Club 1; Rosary Day 1. BOYNE, CATHIE . Queen of Peace, transferred from Carbondalc Community High Sehool, Carbondalc, Illinois; CSMC; Sehool Play 4; Mission Queen Candidate 4. BREEDEN, PAT . . . St. Albert the Great, CSMC; CSMC Représentative I. 2; CSMC Convention; Class President 1; RAW Business Staff 4; FHA Treasurer 4; May Day Représenta¬ tive 1. CICHON, MARY LOU . . . St. Adalberr, CSMC; CSMC Rep- representative 1, 2; PCMI 1 ; Class Vice-President 3; Class Secretary 4; Honor Roll 1 ; RAW Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Page Editor 4; Science Fair Entry 2; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; FTA 3; Sehool Play 4; GAA 1, 2, 4; St. Louis U. Représentative 4; Mary ND Candidate 1; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 4. COLE, RUTH ANN . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; Sodalist I, 2, 3, 4; Sodalist Convention 3, 4; PCMI I; Mary’s Helpers 1; Class President 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; RAW Staff 2, 3, 4; Page Editor 3; Editor-in-Chief 4; Science and Math Club 4; Science Fair Enrry 2; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 2; Tri-M Historian 4; Quill and Scroll 4. COSTANZO, JEANETTE ... St. Mary s CSMC PCMI 1; National Latin Honor Society 2; GAA 4. CRILLY, MARY . . . Blessed Sacrament CSMC; CSMC Représentative 2; PC.MI 1; Vice-President of Executive Board of Student Council 4; Class Treasurcr 3; Honor Roll I; RAW Reporter 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair Entry, First Place 2; Band 3, 4; Sergeant-at-arms of Band 4; Christmas Operetta 2; GAA 1, 2, 3. 4; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3; Debate Club 3, 4; President of Debate Club 4; Sodalist 2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4. CULLEN, CECILIA . . Holy Angels, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Science and Math Club 4; Science Fait Entry 2; FTA 3, 4; Debate Club 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4 DAILEY, SHERRY LEE ... St. Augustine, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary ' s Helper 1; RAW Business Staff 4; GAA 1, 2. 3, 4. DARE, JEAN . Cathédral. CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair Entry 2; Teacher’s Aid 2. 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Club 2, 3, 4; Christmas Operetta 2; Library Guild 4; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4. DAVIS, MARY ANN ... St. Tercsa, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; Fighting 69th 2; Library Guild 3, 4; Library Guild Treasurer 4; Teacher’s Aid 1, 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. DIEKEMPER, MARY LEE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Class Treasurer 2; Rosary Club 2, 3; FHA 4; GAA 4. DINGERSON, MARY ELLEN . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 1. 4; CSMC Convention 4; PCMI 1; Rosary Club 2; National Latin Honor Society 2; Caméra Club 3; FTA 3. EISELE, MARILYN . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Mary’s Helper 1, 2; Student Council 2, 4; Student Council President 4; Debate Club 3, 4; Honor Roll 1; RAW Reporter 2, 3, 4; Page Editor 3; Science Fair Entry, First Place 2; FTA 3; Rosary Day 2, 3; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2, 3. ESCHENFELDER, KATHY ... St. Henry, CSMC; PCMÏ 1; FHA 3; FTA 3, 4; Rosary Club 3, 4. ESCHENFELDER, MARGIE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; FHA 4; Glee Club 3; Christmas Operetta 3; G AA 1, 2, 3, 4. FALLER, JACKIE . . . Queen of Peace, CSMC; PCMI 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4; President of Executive Board 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; RAW Reporter 3, 4; Essay Contest Winner; Science and Math Club 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; School Play 4; NCTC 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day Repré¬ sentative 1; Rosary Day 1; NCTC 4. FEDER, JEAN . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Class Vice- President 2; Class Treasurer 3; Fighting 69th 2; Perfect Attend¬ ant 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 1; RAW Staff 2, 3, 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; FNA 3; Science and Math Club 4; GAA 2, 3, 4. FELLNER, BARBARA ... St. Teresa, CSMC, PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Vice-President of Student Council 4; Class Secretary 1; Class Vice-President 3; Honor Roll 1; Science and Math Club 4; School Play 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day Représentative 2; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4. FINK, NEOMA ... St. Augustine, CSMC; PCMI 1; Fighting 69th 2; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. FISCHER, MARY CATHERINE ... St. Teresa, CSMC; PCMI 1; Science and Math Club 4; National Latin Honor Society 1 , 2 , 3 . FOLEY, KITTY ... St. Philip, CSMC; PCMI 1; Teacher s Aid 4; GAA 1, 2, 4. FRIEDERICH, MARY . . . Holy Childhood, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 4; Honor Roll 1; RAW 2, 3, 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4. FRITSCH, MARY KAYE . . . Blessed Sacrament CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Student Council Secretary 4; Class President 3; RAW 2, 3, 4; Page Editor 3; Serra Club Essay Winner 1, Second Place; TB Association Article 2, State and National Honors; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; NCTC 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; School Play 4; May Day Représentative 1, 2; Rosary Day 3; Christmas Operetta 2; Quill and Scroll 4. FUCHS, PAT ... St. Teresa, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3; Mary’s Helper 1, 2, 3; Mary’s Helpers President 3; Teachers Aid 2, 3, 4; Rosary Club 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Music Récital 2, 3; NCTC 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3. GAGEN, GERTIE ... St. Elizabeth, CSMC; PCMI 1; Student Council 4; Class Secretary 4; Science and Math Club 4; FNA 3, 4; FNA Treasurer 3, President 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative 1, 2; Mission Queen Candidate 1. GARDNER, ALICE ... St. Mary, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; Rosary Club I; Poster Contest Winner 3; National Latin Honor Society 3; Melo-Tones 4. GARLAND, KATHY . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Youth Incorporated 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; RAW Staff 2, 3. 4; Page Editor 4; Science and Math Club 4; Science Fait Winner 2, First Place; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Debate Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Librarian 2; Christmas Operetta 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative 3; CHS Cheerleader 3, 4; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3; Mission Queen Candidate 1; Quill and Scroll 4. GATAWKAS, MARTI . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Music Récital 1, 2, 3; School Play 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA Vice-President 4; Mission Queen Candidate 1; Rosary Day 1, 2. GAWALEK, BARBARA . . . Christ the King, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 4; PCMI 1; Fighting 69th 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Library Guild 3; Science and Math Club 4; Science Fair Winner 2, First Place; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; FTA 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. GEPPERT, MARY ... St. Luke, CSMC; PCMI 1; Marys Helper 1; RAW Business Staff 3, 4; Science Fair Entry 2; FHA 4. GORE, MARY FRANCES . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; CSMC Award. GRIMMER, KATHY ... St. Mary, CSMC; CSMC Représenta¬ tive 2; PCMI 1; PCMI Représentative 1; RAW 2, 3, 4; Science Fair Winner 2, Second Place; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Sextet 3, 4; Christmas Operetta 2; Tri-M President 4; Quill and Scroll 4. GROGAN, MARY ELLEN ... St. Albert the Great CSMC; PCMI l; Teachers Aid 1; GAA 1, 2; Rosary Day 1. HALEY, PATRICIA . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; RAW 1, 2, 3, 4; Page Editor 4; CSPA 1; Science Fair Winner 2, Second Place; GAA 3; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 3, 4, Historian 3, President 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Auxilium Latinum Medalist 2, Semifinalist 3; Debate Club 3, 4; Science and Math Club 4; Quill and Scroll 4. HALVACHS, LYNN . . . Holy Angels, CSMC; PCMI 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; RAW 2, 3, 4; Page Editor 3, 4; Associatc Editor 4; Messenger Reporter 3; Journal Reporter 4; Science Fair Winner 2, Third Place; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Silver Medal 7; School Play 4; NCTC 4; GAA 3, 4; Quill and Scroll President 4. HALWACHS, SUZANNE ... St. Henry. CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; Student Council 3; Class President 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Music Récital 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. HAYDEN, KAREN ... St. Adalbert, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 4; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3, 4. HAYES, MARY EILEEN . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1, 2; Student Council 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Science Fair Winner 2, Third Place; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2. HELMS, JUANITA . . . Cathédral, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 1; PCMI 1; Glee Club 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. HIGGERSON. IRETA ... St. Patricks, CSMC; PCMI 1; FNA 3; GAA 3, 4. HOSKINS, JANET ... St. Albert the Great, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 1; Fighting 69th 2; Teachers Aid 4; Debate Club 4; FNA 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Day 1. HUSCHLE, KATHLEEN . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; FHA 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. JEFFRIES, ARDYS ... St. Patrick, CSMC; PCMI 1; PCMI Représentative 1; Mary’s Helper 1; Class Secretary 2, 3; Library Guild President 4; Science Fair Entry 2; FHA 4; GAA 4; Rosary Day 1. JOHNSON, JOANNE . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 1; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1, 2; Class Secretary 1; Candy Stripers 4; RAW Business Staff 4; Library Guild 3; Debate Club 4; GAA 1. 95 JOHNSON, MARINELL . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1, 2; RAW Editorial Staff 3; RAW Business Staff 3, 4; Teacher’s Aid 4; GA A 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH, RITA ... St. Joseph, CSMC; PCMI 1. JUNG, CANDY ... St. Mary, CSMC; PCMI 1; Class Vice- President 1; RAW Business Staff 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; School Play 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative I, 2; Pep Club 4. KAESBERG, CHARLOTTE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1. KAISER, CHRISTINE ... St. James, CSMC, CSMC Repré¬ sentative 3; PCMI 1; Mary ' s Helper 1, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; School Play 4; GAA I. KASSEBAUM, MARY . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Youth Incorporated 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 1; RAW 1, 2; Business Staff 3, 4; Advertising Manager 4; National Latin Honor Society 2; Teacher’s Aid 4; Band Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders of Twirlers 4; GAA 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1, 2. KINKELAAR. CAROL . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Rosary Club 3, 4; GAA 3, 4. KINSELLA, MARGARET ... St. Mary, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; FHA 4; Music Récital 1; Band 1, 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. KOESTERER, BONITA . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Class Secretary 2; Honor Roll 1, 3; Music Récital 1; Rosary Day 1; Caméra Club 3. KOHL, MARY KAYE ... St. Henry, CSMC; PCMI 1; Student Council 4; Class President 3; Class Vice-President 1. 4: GAA 4 KUBITSCHEK, MARY ... St. Teresa, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary ' s Helper 1; Student Council 1, 2, 3. KUTTER, MARY ANN . . . Transfer from Ursuline Aspirant School, Belleville, Illinois. C.S.M.C. 4. LAUTZ, BARBARA . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 4; PCMI I; RAW 2, 3, 4, Page Editor 4; School Play 3; GAA 4; FHA 4; Quill and Scroll 4. LESAGANICH, SHARON ... St. Stevens, CSMC; PCMI 1; FHA 4; GAA 4. LEVELING, DIANE . . . Holy Angels, CSMC; PCMI 1; Honor Roll 1; RAW Business Staff 3, 4; Library Guild 3, 4; GAA 4. LURTZ, JUDY ... St. Clare, CSMC; PCMI 1; Student Council 3, 4; Class Vice-President 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; RAW Business Staff 3, 4; Science and Math Club President 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Debate Club 3. 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. LYONS, MARILYN . . . Scott Air Force Base, CSMC; PCMI 1; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4. MAKOWSKI, JUNE ... St. Mary, CSMC; PCMI 1; Fighting 69th 2; GAA 4. MANGIN, DONNA ... St. John ' s Orphanage, CSMC; PCMI 1 ; Student Council 2; Fighting 69th Secretary 2; School Play 4; FHA 4; GAA 1, 3, 4; May Day Représentative 2. MCCARTHY, JUDY ... SS. Peter and Paul, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodality 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Rosary Club 2, 4; RAW 3, 4; Science and Math Club 4; Science Fair Winner 2, Second Place; NCTC 4; Debate Club 3, 4; Debate Club Secretary 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Day 4; Quill and Scroll 4. McKINNEY, MARILYN . . . Cathédral, CSMC; CSMC Rep¬ résentative 1; PCMI 1; Student Council 4; Class Vice-President 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Music Récital 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Rosary Day 1. MEIRINK, KATHEE ... St. Mary, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3 4; Student Council 1; Honor Roll 2; Science Fair Entry 2; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3, Librarian 96 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Récital 1, 2; Madrigal Singers 3; Rosary Club 1, 3; Mav Day Représentative 1; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4; Mission Queen Candidate I. MELL, KATHERINE ... St. Stephen, CSMC; PCMI 1; Rosary Club 3; RAW Business Staff 3, 4. MEYER, SHARON . . . Holy Angels, CSMC; PCMI 1; Class Vice-President 3; Honor Roll 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Music Récital 1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigal Singers 3; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Chocolaté Drive Queen 3, 4; Mary ND Candidate 4. MONKEN, SHARON ... St. Mary, CSMC; CSMC Représenta¬ tive 2; PCMI 1; RAW Business Staff 4; Music Récital 1; School Play 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative 1; Pep Club 4; Rosary Day 1. MORAN, NANCY . . . Queen of Peace, CSMC; PCMI 1; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Student Council Executive Board 4; Class Pres¬ ident 3; Honor Roll 2; Poster Contest Winner, Second 4, Sec¬ ond 4, Honorable Mention 3; Science Fair Winner 2, First Place; GAA 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Co-Editor 4. MUNIER, CLARA MAE . . . Holy Childhood, CSMC; PCMI 1; Student Council 3, 4; Teacher’s Aid 2, 3, 4. NAUMANN, MARY ... St. Luke, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. NOSER. JOAN ... St. Mary, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 2; PCMI 1; Class Treasurer 1, 2; School Play 4. NEUTZEL, KATIE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; RAW Business Staff 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Christmas Operetta 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Mission Queen Candidate 1; Alumnae Représentative 4. OHLENDORF NANCY . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Rosary Club 2, 3; School Play 4; GAA 4. O’MALLEY, ANNABELLE . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Mary’s Helper 1; Stu¬ dent Council 2; Class President 1, 4; FNA 3, 4; Science and Math Club 4; Science Fair Winner 2, First and Second Places; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2, 3; Latin Pin 1, 3; Debate Club 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Mary ND Candidate 1, 3; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4. OUGHTON, BARBARA ... St. Mary’s, CSMC; PCMI 1; PCMI Représentative 1; Fighting 69th 2; Gass Treasurer 3; Library Guild 4; Teacher’s Aid 1; FTA 3; School Play 4; GAA 1, 2. PAWLOW, JUDY ... St. Albert the Great, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Prefect 4; Mary’s Helper 1; Fighting 69th 2; Class President 1, 3; Class Vice-President 2, 4; FHA 3, Chapter President; Library Guild 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; School Play 4; GAA 3; Mary ND Candidate 1, 3; May Day Représentative 1, Maid 4; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3, 4. PETERS, KAREN . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Rosary Club 1, 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. PETERS, MARY DARLENE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; CSMC Award 1; FTA 3, 4; Mary’s Helper 1; Rosary Club 1, 2, 3; School Play 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative 2. POSENUK, JANET ... St. Augustine, CSMC; CSMC Repré¬ sentative 3, 4; PCMI 1; Honor Roll 1, 2; RAW 2, 3, 4, Page E ditor 4; Science and Math Club 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Debate Club 3, 4; FTA 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. QUIRIN, JANE ... St. John the Baptist, CSMC; PCMI 1; Teacher’s Aid 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. RAMIREZ, GAYLE ... St. Adalbert, .CSMC; PCMI 1; So¬ dalist 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Club 2; Library Guild 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. R ATA Y, SHARON ... St. Adalbert, CSMC; PCMI 1; Class Secretary 1, 3; Rosary Club 1; Honor Roll 1; Library Guild 3, 4; Serra Club Essay Winner 1, First Place; National Latin Honor Society 3; GA A 1, 2, 3, 4; Mary ND Candidate 1, 3. REUSS, RITA . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodaiist 2, 3, 4; Mary’s Helper 1, 2, ,3, 4; Mary’s Helpers Queen 3; Fighting 69th 2; Science and Math Club 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Rosary Day 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3. RICKERT, KATHY ... St. Mary, CSMC; PCMI 1; FHA 4, Vice-President; School Play 4; GA A 1, 2. RICKERT, MARGENE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; Rosary Club 1, 2; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3; FHA 4, Second Vice-President. RIEDEL, LUCY ... St. Joseph, CSMC; PCMI 1; Rosary Club 4; FHA 4, Historian; NCTC 4; GA A 1, 3, 4. RIEDEL, MARY FRANCES . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; PCMI 1; Band 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. RLLEY, PATRICIA . . . Queen of Peace, CSMC; PCMI 1; CSMC Paladin; Handicapped Poster Contest Winner 1, First Place; Teacher’s Aid 3; Glee Club 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. RINCK, ELAINE ... St. Mary, CSMC, PCMI 1; Sodaiist 1, 2, 3, 4; RAW Business Staff 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative 1, 3, 4; CHS Cheerleader 4; May Day Représentative 1; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3, 4. ROSCOW, PATRICIA ... St. James, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1, 2; School Play 4. ROTH, JOAN MARIE . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI l; So¬ daiist 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; GAA 3, 4; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4. ROWE, KAREN . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodaiist 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4, Treasurer 4; Class Presi¬ dent 2, 3; Fighting 69th 2, Vice-President; Science Fair Entry 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative 2; GAA President 4; Mary ND Candidate 2, 4; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4. ROZYCKE, PAT . . . Queen of Peace, CSMC; PCMI 1; Rosary Club 4; Fighting 69th 2; FHA 4; GAA 4. RUJAWITZ, JANE . . . St. Mary, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 3; PCMI 1; School Play 3; May Day Représentative 1; FHA 4. RUSER, PATRICIA . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; Rosary Club 2, 3; Fighting 69th 2; Teacher’s Aid 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3. 4. SALOMONE, VIRGINIA ... St. Henry, CSMC; PCMI 1; Fighting 69th 2; Mary’s Helper 1; Class Treasurer 1, 2; FNA 2; Band 1, 2, 3. 4; GAA 1, 3, 4. SANCHEZ, LUPE . . . Holy Rosary, CSMC; PCMI 1; FNA 2, 3, 4; FHA 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. SAX, PEGGY ... St. Augustine, CSMC; PCMI 1; Honor Roll 1; Alumnae Représentative 4; Science Fair Entry 2; FTA 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Photogra- phy Manager 4. SCHAEFER, BETTY . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Rosary Day 1. SCHAEFER, CLARA . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; Fighting 69th 2; RAW Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Circu¬ lation Manager 4; Teacher’s Aid 3, 4; FTA 4; Christmas Oper- etta 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Music Récital 1, 2, 3, 4; School Play 4; Madrigal Singers 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. SCHIEFFER, ROSEMARIE ... St. Stephen, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; Class Treasurer 4; Fighting 69th 2; Library Guild 3, 4, Vice-President 4; National Latin Honor Society 2; FTA 3; GAA 4; Mission Queen Candidate 2. SCHILL, TERESA ... St. Augustine, CSMC; CSMC Représenta¬ tive 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Teacher’s Aid 2; Band 2, 3, 4; School Play 4; GAA 1, 3, 4; Mary ND Candidate 1; Rosary Day 2; Yearbook Staff 3. SCHMIDT, MARIANNE ... St. Henry, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3. SCHMITT, MARY DIANE . . . Holy Angels, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodaiist 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Class Secretary 4; Science Fair Entry 2; Mary ND Candidate 2. SCHNEIDER, DONNA M. . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodaiist 2, 3, 4; Sodality Convention; Mary’s Helper 1; Class Vice-President 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Science Fair Winner, First Place; Caméra Club President 3; GAA 4; May Day Représentative 3; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, Editor 4. SCHNEIDER, JANICE . . . Cathédral, CSMC, PCMI 1; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Sergeant-at-Arms of Student Council 4; Class President 2; Class Secretary 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. President 4; Sextet 3, 4; School Play 4; Christmas Operetta 2; CBC Représentative 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day Représentative 2 . SCHOENDIENST, JANET . . . St. Augustine CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 2; GAA 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3; RAW Business S taff 4. SCHOMBER, PAT ... St. Mary, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 1; PCMI 1; Student Council 4; Sergeant-at-Arms of Executive Board of SC 4; Class Secretary 2; RAW 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative 3; Pep Club Captain 4; School Play 4. SCHUETTE, BARBARA . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI 1; Library Guild 4; Teacher’s Aid 2, 3, 4; FHA 4, President; School Play 4. SCHULTE, RITA ... St. Teresa, CSMC; PCMI 1; Student Council 1, 2; GAA 1, 2. SCHWARZTRAUBER, MARY ... St. Clare, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Music Récital 1. SEDLAK, CAROL ... St. Mary, transferred from Precious Blood Institute, Ruma, Illinois; CSMC; PCMI 1; CSMC Rep¬ résentative 4; Sodality 1, 2, 4; Band 4; Mary’s Helper 1; Rosary Club 4; Debate Club 4. SEMMELROTH, MARY LOU . . . Cathédral, CSMC; CSMC Award 2; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1, 2; FHA 4, Secretary; Ro¬ sary Club 2, 3; Poster Contest Winner 4; Yearbook Staff 3; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3. SH A Y, LESLIE DIANE . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; Mary’s Helper 3, 4; Class Treasurer 4; Rosary Club 4; Science and Math Club 4; Secretary 4; Library Guild 4; Mission Queen Candidate 3. SHEA, TERRY ... St. Teresa, CSMC; PCMI 1; Honor Roll 1; RAW 2, 3, 4, Page Editor 4; Science and Math Club 4; S ? 4 . Fair Entry 2; GAA 2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4. SHIELDS, JUDI . . . Blessed Sacrament, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary’s Helper 1; Class Treasurer 1; Glee Club 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; School Play 4. SHIELDS, SANDRA . . St. Augustine. CSMC; PCMI 1; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Art Manager 4. SHOBE, SAUNDRA ... St. Mary’s, CSMC; CSMC Représenta¬ tive 1; CSMC Paladin 4; Mary’s Helper 1; Class Secretary 2; FNA 3; School Play 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative 4; Rosary Day 2, 3. SIEKMANN, RUTH ANN ... St. Philip. CSMC; PCMI 1; FHA 4. 97 SINN, CAROL . . . Blessed Sacramcnt, CSMC; PCMI 1; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3. SMITH, SHARON . . . Cathédral. CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary ' s Helper 1; Band 1,2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA Secretary 2; Rosary Day 2, 3; Sodalist 2, 3, SPEARS, OSS1E ... St. Marys . . . CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4. STEINER, MARY FRANCES ... St. Philip. CSMC; PCMI 1; PCMI Représentative 1; FHA 3, 4; GAA Représentative 4; Rosary Day 1. STORNER. CAROL ... St. Teresa. CSMC; PCMI 1; Fighting 69th President 2; Class President 4; GAA I. 2, 3, 4; Mair ND Candidate 2; RAW Business Staff 3. 4; FTA 3, 4, Vice-President 3; FHA 4. THOMAS, AVON . . . St. Clare, CSMC; PCMI 1; Music Ré¬ cital I, 2, 3- THOMPSON, MARGIE . . . Queen of Peace, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 1; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2. 3, 4, Prefect 4; Mary s Helper 1, 2; Class Treasurer 3; Honor Roll 1, 2; RAW 2; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; FNA 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Glee Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; School Play 4; GAA 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 4; Mary ND Candidate l, 3, 4; May Day Représentative 3, Queen 4; Rosary Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4. TIERNAN. SUZANNE ... St. Henry, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary s Helper 1; RAW 2; GAA 3, 4; Rosary Day 1; Alumnae Rep¬ résentative 4. TOUCHETTE, JOSEPHINE ... St. James, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary s Helper 1, 2, 3, 4; FNA 4. TR EN 1 MANN, KAY ... St. Henry, CSMC; CSMC Représen¬ tative 2; PCMI 1; Fighting 69th 2; Mary s Helper 1; Student Council 4, Executive Committee 4; FNA 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; National Latin Honor Society 2; School Play 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Mary ND Candidate 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4. VA IL, MARGIE ... St. Albert the Great, CSMC, PCMI 1; Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4; Mary ' s Helper 1; GAA 4; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4; Alumnae Représentative 4. VISINTINE, DIANE ... St. Philip, CSMC; PCMI 1; Class Vice-President 2; Class Secretary 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Mary ND Candidate 2. VOELLINGER, BARBARA ... St. Augustine, CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary s Helper 2; Student Council 2; Library Guild 4; Science Fair Winner, Second Place; FTA 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. WALTHES, JANET ... St. Mary, CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist I, 2, 3, 4; Sodality Secretary 4; Mary ' s Helper 1, 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Fighting 69th 2; GAA 3, 4; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4. WARZALA, DORIS ... St. Adalbert. CSMC; PCMI 1; Sodalist 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 3, 4, Treasurer 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Day 2, 3, 4; May Day Représentative 1. WEILBACHER, AUDREY ... St. James. CSMC; PCMI 1; PCMI Représentative 1; Student Council 2, 3; Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 4; Library Guild 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Rosary Day 1; Mission Queen Candidate 3. WERNER, DARLENE ... St. Albert the Great, CSMC; PCMI WHEALON, MARY . Holy Angels, CSMC; PCMI 1; So¬ dalist I, 2, 3, 4; RAW 4; Science Fair Entry 2; School Play 3- Rosary 2, 3, 4. WIESEN, MARY . . . Cathédral, CSMC; PCMI J; RAW 2, 3, 4, Page Editor 4; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; GAA 1,2, 3, 4; GAA Représentative 2, GAA Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; Mary ND Candidate 2; Quill and Scroll 4. WILKINSON, SHARON ... St. Augustine, CSMC; CSMC Représentative 3, 4; PCMI 1; PCMI Représentative 1; Mary ' s Helper 2; RAW Business Staff 4; Glee Club 3, 4- GAA 1 2 3, 4; Pep Club 4. WOBBE, CAROL ... St. Augustine, CSMC; PCMI 1; Class President 4; Senior Class President; Honor Roll 1, 2; National Latin Honor Society 1, 2; School Play 4; GAA 2, 4; May Day Représentative 1; FTA 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Yearbook Business Manager 4. WOLFERSBERGER, DI ANNE ... St. Clare. CSMC; PCMI 1; Mary ' s Helper 1; FNA 3; School Play 4. WRIGHT, RUTH . . . 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G Lindow Little Flower Garden Ed Lohrum Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lowe Miss Carolyn Lukac, ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lukac Judith Lukac, ’59 Mr. Paul Lukac Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lucas Al Lugge Shoe Service Major and Mrs. William J. Lyons Mallos Pastry Mark Mamino Marylike Fashion Cerner Mr. and Mrs. R. Mathews Stuart Mauch Méats by Maurice Mr. and Mrs. John L. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meinen Mr. and Mrs. B. Merz Mickey Midway Bowl Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miller Miss Regina Miller Mrs. E. Moeser Mr. and Mrs. Gus Monken Moody Pharmacy Dr. E. F. Moore Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Moran Mr. and Mrs. Cari Murphy Dr. and Mrs. James A. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Neff Mr. and Mrs. William A. Neff Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin P. Nenninger Mrs. Leona Noser Mrs. C. G. Nowark Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Panepinto Mary Panepinto Mr. and Mrs. G R. Patterson Lana Peters Miss Ann Platzkoester Mrs. Ann Pohlman Mr. and Mrs. John Prpich Mr. and Mrs. A. Przada Mr. and Mrs. Joe Putz The Rat and the Cat Mrs. Charles T. 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Jll. • Ouldoor Hlldr and Tlmplûtlipatrp • Tldoration fôUppl • • Lourdps Jrotio • •TDay of tKp fêross •Tlngpl US TMs. •Tlpslourant aad Tlpligious • Soods Storp Send in your pétitions for the monthly Solemn Novena of High Masses 102 0ver 12,000 persons attended the closing night dévotions on the Feast of Our Lady of the Snows, August 5th. BUSINESS DIRECTORY AL N. AMANN CO. 126-130 West M A’ St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0201 ARNEY’S HARDWARE 5807 State St. East St. Louis, Illinois Ex. 8-1164 ARTCRAFT STUDIO 230 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-2253 BAECHLE CLEANING CO. 216 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-0540 BAILEY AND MAC GROCERY MEATS VEGETABLES 715 South Jackson St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0882 ARTHUR BALTZ 301 South 29th St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-8846 BANN S GROCERY 123 South 8th St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-9348 BEL-AIR BOWL INC. 1703 North Belt West Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-1703 BELLEVILLE FEED SUPPLY 601 Benton St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-2538 BELLEVILLE REALTY CO. 6000 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-8288 BEL-VIEW IGA FOODLINER 1520 Mascoutah Rd. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-2220 BISES FOODLINER 8317 State St. East St. Louis, Illinois THE GEORGE BLANQUART JEWELERS 20 Public Square Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0968 BRITE-WAY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY 1811 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-9366 BUETTNER S DISCOUNT STORE Rt. 159 and Hollywood Heights Rd. Caseyville, Illinois Ad. 4-6803 CHOUINARD REALTY CO. 20 South 3rd St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-3141 MR. CLEMENTS 501 Hecker St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-5524 COUNTRY LIFE INSURANCE CO. 407 East Lincoln St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-4073 CRAIG MAID RESTAURANT 4525 North Belt West Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-8398 DAAB S MARKET Smithton, Illinois Ad. 4-5088 EAST-SIDE ALUMINUM SPECIALTIES INC. 15 Florida Ave. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-6700 EMBRO SEED HOUSE R. R. No. 1 Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-7199 FIRESTONE West Main and Third St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0888 ST. LOUIS FLEXICORE INC. 6351 Collinsville Rd. East St. Louis, Illinois Br. 4-0130 GOEHNER EAVES FURNITURE CO. 310 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-1155 HACKER S MARKET 114 North Main St. Freeburg, Illinois Le. 9-3173 HARTLEB S JEWELRY STORE 211 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-2455 RUDY HERVATIN S STANDARD SERVICE STATION 918 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-9497 HILLCREST TV SERVICE (CLYDE VOELKEL) Highway 161 Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-4707 H. L. M. COMPANY St. Libory, Illinois 768-2555 HOFFMAN BAUER PRINTERS 1723 West Main St. (Rear) Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-3662 HOME-BRITE CO. 400 North Illinois St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-4466 HOWARD’S SHOES 14 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-2540 IDEAL STENCIL MACHINE COMPANY 102 Iowa Ave. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0162 RALPH JOBE DANCE STUDIO 108 North 35th St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-0906 BOB ÎOHNSTON TOWING 500 North Illinois, 1218 West " A " St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-6806, Ad. 4-7987 KASSLY FUNERAL HOME 1101 North 9th St. East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 5-1234 KEHRER BROS. EXCAV. CO. 1401 Schilling Ave. Belleville,Illinois Ad. 3-1101, Ad. 3-3655 KEMPER INSURANCE CO. (RAY FASKELL) 310 South Lincoln O’Fallon, Illinois Me. 2-3640 KOESTERER S MARKET 1508 North 17th St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-9229 ANDY S LA MAURE BEAUTY SALON 1000 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0069 AMELIA LEE BEAUTY SHOP 3801 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-3203 LEE BROS. SERVICE STA. 700 Sherman St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-1566 LES S GULF SERVICE 2103 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-9232 LIBERSTEIN JEWELRY 222 Collinsville Ave. East St. Louis, Illinois Br. 1-7414 LOISEL DRUG CO. 8 Loisel Village Shopping Cerner East St. Louis, Illinois Ex. 7-3610 MALLOS PASTRY 7714 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ex. 7-4530 ONE-HOUR MARTINIZING 23 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-5480 MAYER S TASTY BAKERY 200 North Main St. Caseyville, Illinois 344-9836 MEYER DECORATORS 219 South Illinois St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-1112 103 REV. R. H. MIDDEKE 330 South Third (Cathédral Rectory) Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-1166 AUGUST MI R R ING, FLORIST 8710 State St. East St. Louis, Illinois Ex. 8-0409 MOBILE VILLAGE AND SALES 1540 Lebanon Ave. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0752 MODERN MOTORS INC. 806 St. Louis Ave. East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 4-6622 MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO 112 North Main St. Smithton, Illinois Ad. 4-7946 PAULINE S BEAUTY SHOP Lincoln Trail Rd. Caseyville, Illinois Ex. 7-0256 PIGGLY WIGGLY 1611 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-8717 QUALITY T. V. 5121 Forest Blvd. East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 4-7441 REICHERT ELEVATOR 600 South First St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-0184 SCHEMPP S IGA FOODLINER 1221 West 50th St. O’Fallon, Illinois Me. 2-4912 SCHILDKNECHT FUNERAL HOME 301 South Lincoln St. O’Fallon, Illinois Me. 2-3713 SCHMIDT-WULLER INC. 113 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0366 LEO SCHUERGER PRESCRIPTION STORE 307 Collinsville Ave. East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 3-5021 SHIELDS MUSIC STUDIOS 1409 State St. East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 3-454 7 HAROLD SMITH 1323 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-1194 SMITH’S WOMEN’S WEARING APPARF.L 117 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-2932 SMITHTON CRFAMERY Smithton, Illinois Ad. 4-3113 STAR FLORIST 518 Scheel St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-6380 JOHN STEHLICK 102 Lebanon Ave. Belleville. Illinois Ad 4-3206 STUARTS POWDER PUFF BEAUTY SALON 4717 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-5181 TAYLOR S MARKET 120 West First St. O’Fallon, Illinois Me. 2-3387 UNCLE EARL’S BICYCLE SHOP 12 Lebanon Ave. Belleville. Illinois Ad. 3-7699 FRANK WARZALA MARKET 1139 St. Louis Ave. East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 4-8913 WELDON’S PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 4524 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-8383 WENNEMAN S STORE St. Libory, Illinois 768-2345 WISH-BONE RESTAURANT 1801 North Belt West Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-1811 MODERN MUSIC STUDIO authorized GIBSON DEALER 727 Lebanon Avenue Belleville, Illinois AD 4-8985 K. AND M. SCHMITT VENDING SERVICE KENNETH SCHMITT 7428 MariIlac Drive Normandy, Missouri Complété Vending Service DON Tv forget m. To Shop At STANLEY ' S WOMEN ' S APPAREL 300 CollinsviIle Avenue East St. Louis, Illinois 106 NUMBER ONE OLDSMOBILE SALESMAN DON L. FERRIS 711 Illinois Avenue East St. Louis, Illinois SIERON - FAUSS AGENCY 1270 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois WESSEL ' S SUPERMARKET Quality Fresh Méats Homemade Sausages South Belt and State Belleville, Illinois UP. 5-4444 UP 5-4445 UP. 5-4446 fît ilG IN ■ CLLCVILLC ■•NCt 1S 1 72 years of dependability in department store merchandising We invite you to shop here with confidence. FELLNER’S In Belleville GEORGE RENNER SONS FUNERAL HOME, INC. Chapels located in Belleville, Freeburg, Smithton, and St. Libory, Illinois EGYPTIAN STATIONERY CO. Leading Stationers of Southern Illinois 28 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Phone AD. 4-5678 107 12 E. Main AD. 3-0197 BECHERER JEWELERS owned and operated by Reiniger Haas Jewelers, Inc. Belleville, III vVX ' l OLD VIENNA POTATO CHIPS Gordon Foods Léo Feltenstein Bob Gaskill Nool Gruenert Frank Menn Vince Qvick Kelly Word Salesmen — EX 8-4719 — AD 3-5812 (Office) — EX 7-4926 — AD 3-8486 — EX. 7-4590 — EX. 7-3985 BEST WISHES by PAUL J. SAUNDERS HERBERT A. KASSLY FUNERAL HOME 515 Vandalia Collinsville, Illinois 108 MARION GREEN SCHOOL OF THE DANCE Physical Fitness, U S A. The call c ' omes through from J. F. K. Build a strong U.S.A. Take him at his word It ' s a fact that ' s got to be heard If we exercise, we ' ll revitalize Do your bit by keeping fit Everybody ' s doing it. Studio 317 State St. Belleville, Illinois WADE SQUARE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Developers of WADE SQUARE YORKTOWN SUBDIVISION JUSTIMIR SPOT, VACATION VILLAGE Patrick W. Gaul Realty Co. Agent AD 4-1116 Belleville, Illinois The Lady Who Sews, Wears Better Clothes, For Less Money FAB-N-TRIM Fabrics ond Trimmings 212 East Main Belleville, Illinois 109 WEDDINGS RECORDED Record your wedding and hove a lasting record of that important day. We record on tape or records. Remember family, this would make a won- derful gift to the newly weds. Call or Write for details. Tape Duplicating Service, Inc. 1422 N. 45th St. Téléphoné East St. Louis, Illinois BR. 4-0987 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Gene LeChien 100 N. Church St. BelleviIle, Illinois AD. 3-6304 CATHEDRAL BOYS PREFER SENDING FLOWERS FROM: GRIMM GORLY FLORISTS 324 East Main St. Bel levi I le, Illinois Paul Reis, C.H.S. ' 47 Dale Park NOTRE DAME GIRLS PREFER RECEIVING Grimm and Gorly Flowers Too. KAEMMERLEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 2728 Locust Street St. Louis 3, Missouri ONGRATULATIONS Best Wishes from the MCCARTHY FAMILY YOUR DISTRI BUTOR AUGUSTINE ' S RESTAURANT 1200 Centerville AD. 4-6364 Belleville, Illinois 111 DAWN HEIGHTS BEAUTY SALON 1158 Lilac Drive BelleviIle, Illinois CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1963 FROM THE HOMEROOM OF Cl20 BILL JAN ' S AUTO SALES New Athens, Illinois Quality Used Cars BELLEVILLE - SAINT LOUIS COACH COMPANY r -4 31 Public Square AD. 3-3700 112 A STEVE SCHRANZ TRUCKING CO. A FRIEND 3600 N. Illinois Street Belleville, Illinois AD. 4-4604 CONGRATULATIONS 1963 GRADUATES COURTESY OF 109 c CATHOLIC KNIGHTS AND LADIES 1884 - - - - 1963 79 years of Life Insurance Protection for ail Members of the Catholic Family Spiritual, Social and Material Benefits to ail Members. HOME OFFICE: 123 W. Washington Street Belleville, Illinois 113 EX. B-2SS3 Beauty J?anJ Geauiy Shop Hours: Opin Wit k oa y s and Tmurb. - Fri. Evca. AIR CONDITIQNED MlLLIE REMELIUS 7917 STATE ST. • 4 EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL. JOHNSON ASPHALT PAVING CO. 204 South Belt East Belleville, Illinois Téléphoné: AD. 4-5724 Commercial — Residential Drivewoys — Parking Lots School Church Yards Asphalt Poving of Ail Kinds BELLEVILLE AUTOMOTIVE TRADES ASSOCIATION J. C. Auffenberg, Ford 1001 South Illinois Street FORD L. R. McKinley Sons, Inc. 512 West Main Street CHEVROLET O. C. Joseph, Inc. 223 West Main Street CHRYSLER - DODGE IMPERIAL - IMPORTED CARS Wagner Motor Car Company " A " and Jackson Streets BUICK St. Clair Motors 115 East " A " Street MERCURY-LINCOLN Edward Mutto Auto Sales, Inc. 517 South Illinois Street RAMBLER - METROPOLITAN Meyer Oldsmobile 4320 West Main Street OLDSMOBILE Meyer Brothers Auto Company 335 West Main Street PONTIAC-CADILLAC BECHERER ' S TAVERN GROCERY AND SERVICE STATION 2101 West 50 O ' Fallon, Illinois • 114 ST. VINCENT DE PAUL East St. Louis, Illinois C ST. MARY OF BELLEVILLE 1706 West Main Street Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph J. Orlet Pastor Rev. William Kuhl Assistant FRUTH MOTOR TRUCK SERVICE, INC 216 East " B " Street Belleville, Illinois AD. 3-0920 Phone AD. 4-5043 JIM ' S AUTO BODY REPAIR REPAIRING AND PAINTING JAMES SILBERNAGEL, Proprietor 409 Mascoutah Ave. Belleville, III. 115 ED TRIBOUT PICNIC CARNIVAL SUPPLIES ' ' We ' re in Business Just for F un” 1701 West Main St. LIESE LUMBER COMPANY Lumber, Millwork, Roofing, Etc. 319 East Main St. AD 4-0105 Belleville, Illinois BelleviIle, Illinois AD. 4-0388 South Belt Route and Luzerne Ave AD. 4-0105 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1963 MUELLER ' S SHELL SERVICE 7800 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois EX. 8-9985 IrÔ’Jf KbCiiUj §@i AND Levin Insurance Agency " Growing " with Belleville EX. 7-7555 9200 West Main Belleville, Illinois FALLER ' S FOOD STORE 5899 North Belt West BelleviIle, Illinois TENTING JEWELRY AND GIFT SHOP 2 Public Square Formerly Straub Jewelers Exclusive Distributors of Gorham — Reed Barton — Towle — Wallace International Sterling Belleville, Illinois DR. NORMAN T. KAESBERG Licensed Chiropractor 111 West Lincoln St. Belleville, Illinois TRAILWAY Restaurant and Motel Highway 50 and Bunkum Road 10039 Lincoln Trail East St. Louis, Illinois Phones: Restaurant: EX. 7-9646 Motel: EX. 7-5757 THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER 1407 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois 117 ROZYCKE SERVICE ROZYCKE SERVICE SIGNAL HILL PHARMACY INC. 2503 State Street 8800 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois East St. Louis, Illinois BR. 1-4340 HAUSS CHEVROLET CO. THE CHILDREN 1325 State Street SHOP UPton 4-1100 121 East Main Street ACT NOW Belleville, Illinois COME IN TODAY • 118 SCHLOSSER’S LINCOLN SODA SHOP " Belleville’s Sweetest Spot” In the of Downtown Serving Students and their Parents and THEIR PARENTS Since 1921 THE GRADUATES OF HOMEROOM 110 Charlene Antweiler Louise Bauman Claude Bernier Judy Bertke Margie Biehl Ruth Ann Cole Mary Crilly Mary Ellen Dingerson Kathy Eschenfelder Kathy Foley Pat Fuchs Mary Fronces Gore Karen Hayden Kathy Huschle Marinell Johnson Carol Ann Kinkelaar Mary Kay Kohl Judy McCarthy Kathy Mell Mary Naumann Katie Nuetzel Rita Reuss Kathy Rickert Mary Fronces Riedel Pat Roscow Joan Roth Pat Ruser Betty Schaeffer Clara Schaefer Terry Shea Judy Shields Donna Schneider Saundra Shobe Janet Schoendienst Barbara Schuette Mary Schwarztrauber Carol Sedlak Avon Thomas Diane Visintine Carol Wobbe Ruth Wright Janet Zimmerman C PANORAMA LAN ES FOR the whole family . . . Teen-age Dances - - - Fridays . . . A.J.B.C. Sponsored Bowling FREE INSTRUCTIONS . . . Adult Dances-Saturdays . . . Lounge Entertainment-Friday and Saturday Delicious Dinner Menu Facilities for Small and Large Banquets, Parties, Réceptions 200 South Belt West Belleville, Illinois AD. 4-2511 119 REEB ' S QUALITY DAIRY CENTER " Home owned and operated " The Best in Food and Dairy Products " Quality Our Standard — Service Our Specialty” 4529 W. Main Belleville, Illinois Phone: AD. 4-2163 C THE ACADEMY Staff of ' 63 expresses a " thank you RINCK WHOLESALE FOODS 325 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois ' Try Our Delicious RINCK’S Bar-B-Q Today to ail who hâve )) assisted us in the publication of this yearbook. We deeply appreciate the co-operation given by o u r principal and by the faculty. 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