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

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BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 1963-1964 VOLUME XII CADEMY of NOTRE DAME VIEWING T H E ACADEMY OF NOTRE DAME The light of the world the fire of youth the flame of truth. Many times, the youth of America hâve been referred to as the light of the world. For this reason, we would like to dedicate this book to Christ, the source of ail light. Through our parents and our teachers He guides us. Christ also cornes directly to us, inspiring in us the fire of youth and the flame of truth. A fire décomposés a substance using those éléments to form a new and more stable compound. The youth of today do this. They take the qualities of their elders and form them into new and better ideals — suited better for a challenging âge. From this fire of youth cornes forth the abounding spirit and energy of the leaders of tomorrow. Burning with great zeal within each of us is the flame of truth. Whether we work, play, or pray, this virtue should manifest itself to others. Truth can never be extinguished and will burn forever in the heart of youth. r FABIAN BACHRACH © OUR TRIBUTE Were you there? It was as if a pall was drawn on our school — that Friday, November 22, 1963. The laughter and exubérant spirit of our voices were hushed; serious and frightened faces spelled con- cern, as the news of the assassination of our president and friend, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, reverberated, like a clap of thunder, in our halls. Automatically nearly 850 girls mode their way to the chapel to find solace and to pray - pray for one who was so vitally interested in us, the youth, and in the temporal welfare of millions of people. Very often an individual ' s contribution to posterity is not realized until after his death. This was especially true of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Peoples of ail nations — from heads of State to the man-in-the- street grieved the death of the United State ' s Chief Executive, a man recognized around the world as the hope for world peace and for the relief of the oppressed. He was a leader of the free world, full of youth and promise. Even though his rôle was one of action, full of conflict, excitement, pressure, and change, he loved people and was loved because of his love. His youth, his drive, his ideals, his generosity, his hopes and ail that he stood for will always be our memorial of a man who fought a good fight, for he did not shrink from his responsibilities. Just as the eternal flame burns beside his grave, there remains a spark of his spirit in the heart of every American that will never die. His spirit will inspire others to greatness in the search for peace on earth for ail men. The national tragedy lifted the already popular First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy, to a new stature — " Majestic " , London said. A popular " ambassador of good will " wherever she went in the world, Jackie was indeed, an example of a valiant woman, with a courage, a vitality, a self-possession, and a regai dignity —an idéal for ail women. Her dedication as a wife and mother will remain for générations. Diocese of Belleville 222 SOUTH THIRD STREET BELLEVILLE. ILLINOIS OFFICE OF TME BISHOP Dear Seniors: We sincerely congratulate you on the occasion of your graduation from Notre Dame Academy. During your four years at the Academy, you hâve been the récipients of the best in Christian éducation. Mentally, morally and spiritually, you hâve been well prepared to become useful citizens of our country and leaders in the Apostolate of the Church. We look to the future with great hope and expectation because of your training in religion, the sciences and arts. We ask that you be generous in your service to God and country so that your life will be spiritually successful, morally above reproach and materially prosperous. With my good wishes I grant my épiscopal blessing. Sincerely yours in Christ Bishop of Belleville May, 1964. 9 SPIRITUAL Very Reverend Robert Wesselmann Chaplain, Academy of Notre Dame Rev. Joseph Callahan Assistant, Blessed Sacrament Parish Rev. Joseph Lawler Assistant, Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish 10 INSTRUCTORS Rev. Donald Eichenseer Assistant St. Henry ' s Parish Rev. Raymond Kownacki Assistant, St. Josephs Parish, Freeburg FACULTY Sister Mary Carmel ... Principal Sister M. Angelee . . . Religion III, French I II, Art Sister M. Angelita . . . Religion III, Library, College Guidance Sister Carol Marie . . . Religion II, Biology, Chemistry Miss Helen Clark . . . Religion I, Physical Ed¬ ucation, Health, Gen¬ eral, Drivers Educa¬ tion Sister M. Corita . . . Religion I, Algebra I, Chemistry Sister M. Floria . . . Religion III, American History FACULTY Sister M. Francis de Sales . . . Religion II, English II, English IV Sister Ida Marie . . . Religion IV, Clothing, Homemaking Sister M. Gerald . . . Religion IV, Biology, Physics Sister Jane Marie . . . Religion II, English III, Speech Sister M. John de Deo . . . Religion III, Typing I, Record Keeping, Shorthand I Sister M. Justin . . Religion IV, Typing II Bookkeeping, Short hand II Mrs. Elmer Katt . . . English III Sister Marie Ruth . . . Religion II, Latin III IV, English II Sister M. Lorita . . . Religion IV, English IV, Spanish I Sister Marie Susanne . . . Religion I, English Ml FACULTY Miss Susan Poirot . . . American History, Ameri¬ can Problems Sister Rita Marie . gion I, English II, IV Reli- Sister M. Rose Duchesne . . . Religion II, General Music, Sophomore Chorus, Music Appréciation, Chor- aleers, Band Sister M. Rosella . . . Religion III, General Business, Short- hand I, Typing I Miss Margie Soucy . .. Physical Education, Geometry Mrs. Ellis J. Veech Jr. . . . English I, Health, Physical Edu¬ cation Sister M. Gonsalva... Registrar Sister M. Pierre . . . Study Hall Supervision Sister M. Eva . . . Religion I, General Science, Geometry Mr. Frank Kreider. Band Director RELIGION AND GUIDANCE The Junior class of 308 receives a blessing from Father Kuhl at the end of one of their Religion periods. Father Wesselman captures the attention of his Senior Reli¬ gion classes with his interesting lectures on Apologetics and marriage. Guidance is essential to the college bound student. Sister Angelita re¬ mains up to date on ail matters of higher éducation. Here, Kathy Siekm ann, one of the many seniors seeking information, has a consul¬ tation with Sister. A moment of peace and contemplation cornes to this Academy student as she gazes upon the resemblance of Mary, located on the grounds of the King ' s House. Cherie Burke and Sharon Buxton enjoy the personality, wit, and intellectuel mind of Father Callahan after one of their Religion classes. 17 ENGLISH The English language has an endless variety of words which are related in meaning. Hoping to master the study of synonyms and antonyms are: Pat Lotz, Sheila Lippert and the rest of the class. VERBAL Besides being an authentic and exciting guide to understanding any century, iiterature gives the reader a vivid picture of how people lived, felt, thought, and acted. These freshmen enjoy reading and evaluating the sélections in their Iiterature book. Helpful suggestions for better créative writing are discussed by these sophomores. Selecting and arranging the most important details is necessary when nar- rating that true incident on paper. 18 LATIN . . . Aeneas, chief leader of Troy in the Homeric legends is about to hâve his footsteps retraced by Latin IV students Mary Jean Sheraikes, Shiela Price, and Diane Porter. COMMUNICATIONS Sister Lorita teaches her students the funda- mentals of Spanish through various means such as film strips, tapes, and records. FRENCH . . . Strenuous projects, assignments and textbooks aside, these French I students Marsha Smith, Pat Hayes, Jo Ann Kinsella, and Diane Drovetta portray a common scene in the life of the typical French family only proving that " French can be fun. " 19 Advanced Math students are engaged in working with Moebius Strips in Topology, an interesting facet in the mathematician ' s world. MATH Sister Conran assists Freshman Algebra students as they work addition and multiplication problems in the base 5. Betty Hilpert and Betsy Boyer weigh Chemicals while Mary Libéra and Kathy Kregor heat the copper, proving there is a change in weight when a substance com¬ bines with oxygen. Elaine Powell, Cathy Kestly, and Judy Churchill try to solve a Sophomore Biology students, after examining models of the eye and the ear, realize that navigational problem in Physics with simplified versions of range- most of our pleasure in living results from the sense organs. finders. SCIENCE Health students are mode aware of health problems confronting society today. HOME ECONOMICS Working their way toward the successful completion of their outfits, Rosemary Koesterer and Jan Scheibel begin the exacting job of laying out a pattern while Pat Mebold and Barbara Zimmerman are one step doser to the goal; cutting the material. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The confident smiles of the F. H. A. officers seem to prophesy their attitude toward their futures as Catholic homemakers in a modem world. They are: Judy Gain, President; Cathy Medley, Vice-President; Pat Schaefer, Secretary; and Joan Schwalb, Treasurer. • 22 SOCIAL STUDIES Kathy Moore, Jan Gippert, Susan Renneker, and Judy Hoffman are proud of being Americans and willingly make a public démonstration of that pride by raising the flag each day. Outfitting dolls in costumes of past eras gives World History students a better realization of life in those times. Elaine Biehl, Pat O ' Meara, Elaine Kubicki, Rita Winkelmann, and Diane Cox admire each other ' s créations which represent countries around the world. Barbara Bell explains this collection of authentic tools used in colonial days to Lindc Becker, Rosie Putz, and Kathi Andres. 23 Sister M. Justin demonstrates to Rose Marie Randle and Kathy Stocker, " Tomorrow ' s Secretaries, " the advantages of the mimeograph machine. Familiarity with the home keys is the goal of these typists, determined to acquire the needed speed and agility. 24 Anita Kassly struggles to portray the beauty of God ' s universe. " We always do it this way! " exclaims Lenore Martin to Jolene Guetterman. The friendly rivalry of ail art students helps to adorn our school with colorful posters and drawings. My dear Students, " Let your light shine ... " Appropriately hâve you dedicated the présent volume to Christ, the Light of the World. Christ, the source of ail light, works through parents and others to illumine the pathway of your life, to inflame the fire of your youthful spirit in shaping your future decisions, to enkindle the flame of truth, your torch in the material- istic world about you. " Let your light shine ... " In the words of our late beloved President John Fitzgerald Kennedy " Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country. " He, the most youthful American President, the first of his Faith to serve in that capacity, held his torch high, and answered his own challenge by his magnanimous charity, his peacemaking policy, his humble acceptance of blâme. Only the assassiné bullet dimmed that light, now symbolized by the " eternal flame " that will continue to burn at the head of his grave. " Let your light shine ... " Your challenge may be phrased in different terms, but your responsibility is the same. Notre Dame has prepared you to hold your torch high to meet the challenge, to illumine the pathway before you and dispel the evils that would dim the Light. May Christ, the Light of the World, through the médiation of Mother Mary, inspire you to diffuse the light of your Faith to ail those with whom you corne in contact. Devotedly in Our Lady, ' 26 MARGARET AMANN... Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Vice- President 2, Secretary 4; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4 MARGIE ARNOLD...Cathédral CSMC Représentative 4, Paladin; Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Presi¬ dent 3; Honor Roll 1,2; RAW 1, 2,3, Page editor 3; Tri-M 3,4, Historian 4; Choraleers 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4 MARCIA ARNOLD... St. Peter Paul CSMC Représentative 4, Paladin; Class Treasurer 2; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; School Play 1, 3,4; Genesian Masque 4 MARIANNE BAILEY...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Coun- cil 2; Class Secretary 1, Presi¬ dent 3; National Latin Honor Society 1,2; School Play 3; G.A. A. 1,2,3,4, Représentative 1 BERNADELLE BANN...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Teachers ' Aid 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4 LAURA LEE BANN...Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; Music Récital 1; School Play 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4 SENIORS KATHY BAUDINO... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Fighting 69th 1,4; F.H.A. 2,4; G.A.A. 4 PEGGY BAUER...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 4; Tri-M 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Librarian 2, Treasurer 4; F.H.A. 3, President 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Représentative 2; Mission Queen Candidate 1; C.B.C. Représentative 4 CINDY BECHERER...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Secre¬ tary 1; Teachers ' Aid 2,3; Choraleers 2; Music Récital 1,2, 3,4; School Play 3,4; F.T.A. 2; Genesian Masque 4; Interpré¬ tation Award 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 JANET BEDEL... St., Augustine of Canterbury CSMC Représentative 1 Sodality Treasurer 4; Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Science Math Club 3; F.T.A. 3; Cheerleader AND 3; Mission Queen Candidate 2 l LINDA BERENS... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4 DIANE BETLACH...St. James CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Lay Aposto- late 4; G.A.A. 1 MARY ELLEN BIEHL...Cathedral CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2; RAW 1,2,3,4, Page editor 3,4; Quill Scroll 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; School Play 3,4; Cheer- leader CHS 3,4 BARBARA BERTELSMAN... St. James CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Lay Aposto- late 4; RAW 3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4 MARSHA ANN BEYER...St. Luke CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Rosary Club 1; Honor Roll 1,2; Library Guild 1; Genesian Masque 4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 SHARON BLACK...St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Lay Aposto- late 4; G.A.A. 4 SENIORS NANCY BLACKSTON... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Library Guild 4; G.A.A. 3,4 NANCY BLUMYER...St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4, Library Guild 2; Math Club 3; F.N.A. 2 ALEXIS BODEN... Queen of Peace CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 2; Class Secretary 2; RAW 3,4; School Play 3 KAREN BRADY... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4, Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; School Play 3,4; G.A.A. 2.3,4, Mary ND Can¬ didate 1; Mission Queen Candi¬ date 2,3 MARY JO BRIESACHER . .. Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 1,2; Class Treasurer 2; School Play 3; GAA 4. CAROLE BRUEGGEMANN ... Cathédral CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 4; Class Sec- retary 2; GAA 1,2,3. BARBARA BROWN. . .St. Mary ' s CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Teachers ' Aid 2,3,4; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; F. H. A. 2,3, Secretary 3; GAA 1,2,3,4. MARIAN BUESCHER ... St. Augustine of Canterbury CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Student Council 1,2,4, Executive Board 4; Class Vice-President 3; Honor Roll 2; School Play 3,4; F. T. A. 1,2; Genesian Masque 4; Drama Award 2; GAA 1,2, 3,4; May Day Représentative 2; Mission Queen Candidate 2; Yearbook Staff 3,4, Photo- graphy Manager 4. SENIORS MARY LOU BUETTNER ... Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4, Teachers ' Aid 2; F. H. A. 2,3,4. KATHLEEN BURNS. . .St. Philip CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; Class President 4; Honor Roll 1; Music Récital 3; School Play 3; Cheerleader AND 3, Captain 3; Mary ND Candidate 3. JEAN BUSS ... St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 4; Choraleers 2,3. CHERYL ANN BURKE ... St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Vice- President 2; F. H. A. 2. MARY ANN BUSH. . .St. Agatha Transferred from New Athens High School 3. CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; F. H. A. 1,2; GAA 1,2; Cheerleader AND 4. SHARON BUXTON ... St. Albert the Great CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; F. H. A. 2,4; GAA 1,2,3,4. PATTI BYRNE...St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Secre- tary 1; F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 4 VICKY CANTY... St. Albert the Great CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; F. N.A. 2,3,4; Library Guild 4; G. A.A. 1,3,4 SENIORS KATHY CASSIN...St. Philip CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Class President 1, Treasurer 3; Honor Roll 2; RAW 2; F.N.A. 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4, Genesian Masque 4, Secre¬ tary 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Mission Queen Candidate 4 KATHY CERNEKA...St. Luke CSMC, Représentative 1,3 Student Council 4, Sgt. at Arms 4; Class Vice-President 4; Teachers ' Aid 4; F.N.A. 3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Représentative 4 CAT H Y CHOUINARD...St. Luke CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Vice-President 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Représentative 4 JUDY CHURCHILL...St. Teresa CSMC Fighting 69th 3; Rosary Club 4; Library Guild 2; Science Math Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 DEBBIE CLARK...St. Teresa Transferred from Kailua High School, Honolulu, Hawaii 3 CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Presi¬ dent 2; Library Guild 1,2; Chorus 1,2; G.A.A. 1 MAUREEN CLIFFORD...St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 4 JUDY CAMPBELL...Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4 JANE CARPENTER... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; Caméra Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,4 SENIORS KATHYCOCHRAN . . . Biessed Sacrament CSMC Class President 4; GAA 1,2,3,4, Représentative 3; Mission Queen Candidate 3. SHEILA COONEY ... St. Joseph CSMC, Représentative 2, Paladin Honor Roll 2; RAW 1,2,3,4, Page editor 3,4; Quill Scroll 3,4. MARY COLLINS . . . Biessed Sacrament CSMC, Représentative 4. F. H. A. 3; GAA 1,2,3,4. JOYCE COOSE.. .Corpus Christi Transferred from Narimasu H. S., Tokyo, Japon 2 CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Lay Aposto- late 4; Science Math Club 3; Genesian Masque 4; GAA 2, 3,4. JUDY CROOK . . . St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 4; Honor Roll 2,3; RAW 2,3; National Latin Honor Society 1,2; Choraleers 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Music Récital 1; F. T. A. 2 . DIANE CROSTAROSA ... St. Philip CSMC, Représentative 3 Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Presi¬ dent 2, Vice-President 3, Trea- surer 4; Honor Roll 2; Library Guild 2; Math Club 3; National Latin Honor Society 1,2,3; Caméra Club 2; School Play 3,4; Genesian Masque 4, Presi¬ dent 4; GAA 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4 Co-editor 4. LINDA CUMMINGS . .. Queen of Peace CSMC School Play 3. JEANETTE DAHM ... St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Secre- tary 3, Vice-President 4; F. T. A. 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4. JANE ANN CURELL ... St. Augustine CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; GAA 1. MARY DAMMRICH ... St. Philip CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 4; GAA 1,2,3,4. SENIORS PEGGY DAUBACH... Cathédral CSMC Music Récital 1 KITTY DAVLAN.Holy Angels CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Studenf Council 2; Class Vice-President 1; Teachers ' Aid 2; Choraleers 2,3,4, School Play 3,4; F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Mary ND Can¬ didate 2 ELAINE DAUPHIN...St. Stephen CSMC Fighting 3,4; Honor Roll 2; RAW 3,4, Page editor 4; Band 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 2 JOELLE DEMOUSTIER... Cathédral Exchange student —Cheoreul, Lyon, France CSMC Mission Queen Candidate 4 DOLORES DRESSEL...Cathédral CSMC, Paladin Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 3; Mu sic Récital 1; F.T.A. 3,4, President 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4 DIANE EDWARDS... Queen of Peace CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Science Math Club 3,4; Choraleers 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Music Récital 2 BETTY DRISCOLL...St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, Représentative 2 MARY ELLEN EHRET... St. Augustine of Canterbury CSMC Fighting 69th 1; National Latin Honor Society 1,2; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; Sextet 3,4; Genesian Masque 4; Drama Award 3; Yearbook Staff 3,4 DOTTIE DILLON...St. Joseph CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; Rosary Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, Représentative 1, Secre- tary 2, Vice-President 3, Presi¬ dent 4 MARILYN DONNA... Queen of Peace CSMC, Représentative 1 Fighting 69th 3,4; Library Guild 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Mission Queen Candidate 2 SUSIE EISELE... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Fighting 69th 4; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; Sextet 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Cheerleaders AND 3 KAY ELLIOTT...St. Clore CSMC, Paladin Fighting 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 2; RAW Business Staff; Chora¬ leers 4 ànWr SUSAN ELLIOTT... Scott AFB Chapel Transferred from Johnson Dependents ' School, Japon 4 CSMC Fighting 69th 4; Student Coun- cil Secretary 1; Class Vice- President 2; Debate Club 2; Yearbook Staff 2 BARBARA ESCHMANN... Cathédral CSMC CAROL FALCETTI...St. Mary ' s CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Rosary Club 1; Lay Apostolate 4, Prefect Action 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Science Fair 1; Teachers ' Aid 4; National Latin Honor Society 1,2; F.T.A. 4 PEGGY FERRIS...St. Philip CSMC, Paladin Sodality, Prefect 4; Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Youth Incorporated 3,4; Student Council 3,4, Execu¬ tive Committee 4; Closs Treas- urer 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Science Math Club 3,4; Science Fair 3, 3rd Place; Na¬ tional Latin Honor Society 1,2,3; School Play 3,4; Genesian Masque 4; Drama Award 3; May Day Représentative 1; Yearbook 3,4; Art Manager 4 SENIORS Class Officers of 102: President, Sue Hladick; Vice-President, Karen Laing; Secretary, Margaret Amann; Treasurer, Kathy Stachura. 34 MARY ELLEN FISCHER... St. Teresa CSMC Paladin; Fighting 69th 4; Library Guild 3; National Latin Honor Society 2,3 ALICE FORAN...Holy Angels CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 2; F.H.A. 2 LINDA FRICKE...St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Représen¬ tative 1 MARCIA FULLER...Cathédral CSMC Fig hting 69th 3,4; Rosary Club 1,2; Library Guild 2; Teachers ' Aid 1,2,3; Genesian Masque 4, G.A.A. 2; F.H.A. 4 JUDY GAIN...Cathédral CSMC Représentative 1,2,3; Fighting 69th 3,4; Rosary Club 1; Teachers ' Aid 1; F.H.A. 3,4, President 4; Choraleers 2,3; School Play 3; F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Représentative 1,2; Cheerleader AND 4; Mary ND Candidate 3 SENIORS MARY KAY GALVIN... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Student Council 4; Drama Award 3; G.A.A. 1,3,4, Représentative 3; Yearbook 3,4 MARIAN GASHGARIAN... St. Henry CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Class President 1, Treasurer 2; RAW 2,3,4; Quill Scroll 4; National Latin Honor Society 1,2,3; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Représentative 3; Cheerleader CHS 3,4, Cap- tain 4 CLASS OFFICERS OF 1 10: President, Kathy Burns; Vice-President, Elaine O ' Leary; Secretary, Linore Martin; Treasurer, Mary Kay Meyer. 35 SENIORS CAROL SUE G ASS...Cathédral CSMC Représentative 3; Sodality; Fight- ing 69th 3,4; School Play 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; May Day Repré¬ sentative 2 ANN GAUMOND... Queen of Peace CSMC Représentative 2, Secretary 3, Paladin; Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Rosary Club 1,2,3; Class Secre¬ tary 1, President 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2; Science Math Club 3; National Latin Honor Society 1,2; Tri-M 3,4; Vice-President 3, Sec¬ retary 4; Choraleers 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Music Récital 2; School Play 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Alum- nae Représentative 4; Yearbook 3,4, Business Manager 4 CHERYL GIFFORN...St. Teresa CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Coun- cil 1,2; Class Secretary 3; Library Guild 4; Caméra Club 2; G.A.A. 1,4 MARGIE GLAUBER...St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class President 1,3; Choraleers 3,4; School Play 3,4; F.N.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 MARY GOALBY...St. Teresa CSMC Paladin; Fighting 69th 3,4; Rosary Club 3,4; Library Guild 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4 JEANNE GOEDEKE...St. Mary Transferred from Ursuline Acad- emy, Belleville, III. 3 CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Teachers ' Aid 3; F.T.A. 4; F.H.A. 3; G.A.A. 4; Cheerleader AND 4 MARY BETH GRIMMER... St. Teresa CSMC Représentative 3; Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Secretary 1; Honor Roll 1,2; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4, President 4; School Play 3,4 MARGARET GLAUBER...St. Henry CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 2 CINDY GLAUS...St. Mary CSMC Class Secretary 1; Honor Roll 2; Teachers ' Aid 2; National Latin Honor Society 1,2 MARGERY HAAS...St. James CSMC Fighting 69th 1; Teachers ' Aid 3,4; School Play 3; G.A.A. 4 SENIORS MARY HAGA... Scott AFB Chapel Transferred from East Side H.S., Madison, Wisconsin, 2 CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Mission Queen Candidate 2,3 BARBARA HALL... S.S. Peter Paul Transferred fran St. Teresa Acad- emy, E. St. Louis, III., 3 CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Music Récital 3 BARBARA HANKAMMER... St. James CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4, Poster Contest Winner 1; G.A.A. 3,4; F.H.A. 2 GINNY HARRISON...St. Teresa CSMC Représentative 1, Paladin; Sodality, Secretary 4; Fighting 69th 3,4; Rosary Club 1,2,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; RAW 2,3,4, Advertising Manager 4; Quill Scroll 4; Teachers ' Aid 2,3,4; National Latin Honor Society 1,2,3; National Merit Semi- Finalist; Band 1,2,3,4 PEGGY HAYES... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Représentative 1,2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Paladin; Fighting 69th 1; Rosary Club 1,2,3; Honor Roll 3; National Latin Honor Soci¬ ety 1; Tri-M 3,4, Treasurer 3; Choraleers 2,3; School Play 3; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2, Représenta¬ tive 2; Yearbook Staff 3,4 ROSE ANN HEET...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 KATHY HEIZER... St. Augustine of Canterbury CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Secretary 3; F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4 MARY HICKMAN... St. Martin of Tours CSMC Honor Roll 1,2; RAW Circulation Manager 4; Handicap Essay Winner 3; School Play 3 ■ MARY ANN HANLEY... St. Augustine of Canterbury CSMC Représentative 1; Fighting 69th 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 KATHY HIMSTEDT... Queen of Peace CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Student Council 1; G.A.A. 3,4 SENIORS SUSAN HLADICK...St. Luke Transferred from York Catholic High School 2 CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class President 4; National Latin Honor Society 1,2; F.T.A. 2; F.H,A. 2; G.A.A. 1 ROSE ANN HOFF...St. Teresa CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Rosary Club 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; National Latin Honor Society 1,2; F.T.A. 2; F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 1 MARY CATHERINE IGEL... Cathédral CSMC Représentative 4; Fighting 69th 3, 4; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; Music Récital 1; School Play 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 KATHY ISLER... St. Augustine of Canterbury CSMC Représentative 4; Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Choraleers 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Représentative 2, Secretary 4 MARY ISSELHARDT...St. Teresa CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4 JANICE JAKES...Cathédral CSMC Représentative 4; Sodality 3,4; Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Treasurer 1, Secretary 2; Library Guild 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4 PAT JAKOUBEK...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Lay Apostolate 4, Assistant Prefect 4; Science Fair Entry 3; F.N.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4 ANN JASPER... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4 SENIORS MARILYN KAFFER...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4 ANITA KASSLY...Holy Angels CSMC Sodality 3,4; Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Vice-President 1, Secre- tary 2,3, President 4; RAW 4; Library Guild 2; Choraleers 3, 4; School Play 3, Drama Award 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; May Day Représentative 3 BETTY KURTH... Scott AFB Chapel Transferred from St. Mary ' s Academy, Denver, Colo., 3 CSMC Représentative 4 Fighting 69th 3,4, Représenta¬ tive 3; Student Council 4; Li- brary Guild 2; Tri-M 3,4; Chora¬ leers 3,4; School Play 3,4; G. A. A. 1,2,3,4 SUZANNE L. KALTENBRONN... St. Joseph CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4 CATHY KESTLY...St. Joseph CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 2; RAW 1,2; Science Math Club 3; Music Récital 2,3; May Day Représentative 2 CAROL KNAUS... Queen of Peace CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Coun¬ cil Executive Board 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; RAW Business Staff 4; Science Math Club 3; National Latin Honor Society 1,2,3, Medal 2,3; Debate Club 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4, G.A.A. 1,2; Mary ND Candi¬ date 3 CARLA KOBERG...St. Agatha CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; G.A.A. 1; Mission Queen Candidate 1 CAROL KREHER...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4, Treasurer 1, Secretary 3; Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 2,3, Secretary 4; School Play 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; May Day Représentative 3 BARBARA KUEHN...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4, F.H.A. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Cheerleader AND 3,4, May Day Représentative 1 KAREN LAING... St. Augustine of Canterbury CSMC Représentative 2 Fighting 69th 4; Class Presi¬ dent 3, Vice-President 4; Honor Roll 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Mary ND Candidate 1; Mission Queen Candidate 1; St. Louis U. High Représentative 4 SENIORS SANDRA LONG ... Queen of Peace CSMC Paladin Fighting 69th 4; Class Vice- President 2; Tri-M 4; Choraleers 2,3,4; Music Récital 3; School Play 3,4; F. N. A. 3; G AA 1,2,3,4, Cheerleader AND 4. RUTH LAMMERS ... St. Clare Transferred from Precious Blood H. S. 4. CSMC Fighting 69th 4; GAA 4; Mission Queen Candidate 4. MARY EILEEN LEHAN ... St. Mary CSMC Représentative 4 Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4 Représentative 2. JOYCE LANTER ... St. Teresa CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4 Représentative 3; F. H. A. 3; GAA 1,2,3,4. SUZANNE LEHMAN ... St. Luke CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4. KATHY LOWE ... St. Philip CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 4; Class Secre- tary 3; Honor Roll 1,2; Caméra Club 2; GAA 1,2,3; Mary ND Candidate 2. VERONICA LUCAS ... S. S. Peter Paul CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; Library Guild 4 Secretary 4; Essay Contest Winner 2. LENORE MARTIN ... St. Albert the Great Transferred from Bishop England H. S. Charleston S. C. 2. CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Secre¬ tary 2,4 Treasurer 3; Poster Contest Winner 4; Music Récital 3; GAA 2,3,4. KATHY MAHER ... Queen of Peace CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; F. T. A. 3; GAA 4. SENIORS SUSAN MCEVILLY . .. Blessed Sacrament CSMC Fighting 69th 4; Choraleers 2; F. T. A. 2; G AA 2,3,4. CATHY MEDLY ... St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; G AA 1,2,3,4. MICKEY MCGINLEY ... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Sodality; Science Club 3. SUSAN MERZ ... St. Joseph CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 1; RAW 2,3,4 Page editor 4; Quill Scroll 3,4; National Latin Honor Society 2,3; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; School Play 3. MARY KAY MEYER ... S. S. Peter Paul CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 4, Vice-President 4; Class Treasurer 1,4, President 2; RAW 3,4; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; School Play 3,4; G AA 2,4; Mary ND Candidate 1,2. CATHY MOORE ... St. Philip CSMC DIANE MORCK ... St. Mary CSMC Représentative 2 Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Student Council 3,4 Secretary 4; Honor Roll 1,2; RAW 2,3,4; National Latin Honor Society 1,2; Chora¬ leers 4; School Play 3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader AND 3; Mary ND Candidate 1; Mission Queen Candidate 4. JANET MOORE ... St. Henry CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; RAW I; School Play 3; GAA 1,2,4; Cheerleader AND 4. JANE MUETH ... St. Teresa CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Rosary Club 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 3; Honor Roll 2; Mary ND Candidate 2. ANN MILLER ... St. Philip CSMC Paladin Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; RAW 2; Science Math 3,4 President 4; National Latin Honor Society 1,2,3; Tri-M 3,4; Band 3.4. SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS OF 201: President, Anita Kassly; Vice-President, Kathy Cerneka; Secretary, Kathy Siekmann; Treasurer, Janet Moore. NANCY NOLD . . . Cathédral CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Music Récital 2,3; GAA 1,2,3,4. CECELIA NUGENT ... S. S. Peter Paul CSMC Représentative 3, Vice- President 4, Paladin Fighting 69th 3,4; Rosary Club 4; Tri-M 3, President 4; Choraleers 2,3,4; School Play 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4. BARBARA NURDIN ... Queen of Peace CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4. ELAINE O ' LEARY ... St. Albert the Great CSMC Sodality, Fighting 69th 3,4 Rep¬ résentative 3; Student Council 4, Treasurer 4; Class President 2, Vice-President 3,4; GAA 3; May Day Représentative 3; Yearbook Staff 3. Mary N.D. SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS OF 207: President, Kathy Cochran; Vice-President, Pat Worley; Secretary, Carol Kreher; Treasurer, Diane Crostarosa. ANN PAZDERKA . . . Holy Angels CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Math Club 3,4. CAROL PERRON ... St. Teresa CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; G AA 2,3,4. PHYLLIS PHILLIPS ... St. Albert the Great CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4 Représentative 3; G AA 3,4. CAROL PLATZKOESTER ... Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4. SENIORS SHEILA PRICE...St. Mary CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; Rosary Club 1,2,4; Honor Roll 2; RAW 1,2; National Latin Honor Society 2,3, Choraleers 3; Band 1,2,3, Vice-President 3; G. A.A. 1,2 ROSEMARY PROHASKA... St. Clare CSMC Fighting 69th 4; National Latin Honor Society 1; Tri-M 3,4, Secretary 3; Choraleers 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, President 4, School Play 3; F.T.A. 2; Debate Club 3; Genesian Masque 4 DORIS PRIN DABLE...Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Treas- urer l; G.A.A. 1,4 ROSE MARIE RANDLE... Cathédral CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4, Honor Roll 2; National Merit Honor Society 1,2; Caméra Club 2; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; May Day 1 Représentative 1 CHARLENE POELKER... St. Teresa CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, Représentative 4 JULIE RAUCKMAN... HELEN REEB...Cathédral Biessed Sacrement CSMC CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Treas- urer 1; F.T.A. 2; Genesian Masque 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader AND 3; Mission Queen Candidate 3 PAULETTE REIME...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Library Guild 4; Choraleers 2; Music Récital 1,2; School Play 3; G.A.A. 2,4 E LAINE POWELL...St. Teresa CSMC Science Math Club 3; National Latin Honor Society 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 LYNN RENDER... Queen of Peace CSMC Représentative 2 Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Secre¬ tary 4; Lay Apostolate 4; Pre- fect 4; Teachers ' Aid 4; Tri-M 3,4; Choraleers 3,4; School Play 3; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 SENIORS MONICA RENDER ... St. Stephen CSMC Fighting 69th 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; National Latin Honor Society 2; G AA 1, 4. SHARON RENNEKER ... Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 3, 4; F. H. A. 2, 3. MARY BETH RENSING . . . Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 3, 4. SHARON RITSON . . . St. Stephen CSMC Fighting 69th 3; Poster Contest winner 1,2. ANN RIX... Cathédral Transferred from Ankara High School, Turkey CSMC Library Guild 1, 2; G AA 1, 2, 3. JOYCE RUDERT ... St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Science Math Club 4, Vice-President 4; National Latin Honor Society 2, 3; National Merit Semifinalist; F. N. A. 3. JACKIE SAVAGE .. . Queen of Peace CSMC Fighting 69th 3, 4; Math Club 3; Genesian Masque 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; RAW Business Staff 3, 4. JANET SAX . . . St. Augustine of Canterbury CSMC Fighting 69th 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; Science Fair Entry 3; Choraleers 2 , 3, 4, Treasurer 4; School Play 3; F. T. A. 2; GAA 1, 2; Mary ND Candidate 2; Yearbook 3, 4, Editor 4. SENIORS CAROL SCHILLING... St. Peters Cathédral CSAAC Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 2; Class Treasurer 4; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Cheerleader CHS 3,4 AAARILYN SCHRANZ... St. Peters Cathédral CSAAC Sodality; Fighting 69th, Presi¬ dent 3; Student Council 3,4, President 4; Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 2; Sodality Union Vice Prefect 4; Choraleers 3; Candi¬ date AAary ND 2, AAay Day R ep¬ résentative 2; AAaid 3; AAission Queen Candidate 1 JANE SCHWALB...St. AAary CSAAC Fighting 69th 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Représentative 3,4; AAission Queen Candidate 1 JOAN SCHWALB...St. AAary CSAAC Fighting 69th 3,4, G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4, Représentative 1,3,4 _ GAIL SEAAON...St. Henry CSAAC Sodality; Fighting 69th 1,3,4, RAW 1,2,3,4, Page Editor 4, Quill Scroll 3,4, Secretary 4, Science dlub 3,4, AAath Club 3; National Latin Honor Society I, 2,3; NEDT Certificate 3; Tri-AA 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; Debate Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Caméra Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 SANDY SCHAEFER .St. Teresa CSAAC, Représentative 2 Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4, RAW 2,3,4, Page-editor 4; Quill Scroll 3,4, President 4; Choraleers 3,4; School Play 3,4, F.T.A. 2,3, Secretary 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 AAARILYN SCHRADER...St. Luke CSAAC, Représentative 2 RAW 2; Library Guild 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 SUSAN SCHULTE... St. AAartin of Tours CSAAC Rosary Club 1,4; RAW Business Staff 4; Tri-AA 4; Choraleers 3,4; School Play 3; G.A.A. 1,2 JEAN SHADID... Blessed Sacrament CSAAC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Officer, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3; RAW 3,4, Associate Editor 4; Caméra Club 2; Tri-AA 3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; Sextet 3,4; AAusic Récital 1,2, School Play 3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4 SENIORS MARY JEAN SHERAIKIS... St. Clare CSMC Fighting 69th 4; National Latin Honor Society 2; G.A.A. 3,4 CAROL SMITH... St. Augustine of Canterbury CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3 VIRGINIA SMITH... S.S. Peter and Paul CSMC Library Guild 4; Science Club 3,4; National Latin Honor Society 1,2, 3; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 SHARON SORGEA...St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 KATHY SIEKMANN... St. Albert the Great CSMC Représentative 4; Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Vice-President 2; Secretary 4; Library Guild 4; F.H.A. 3 PATRICIA SMITH...Holy Angels CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; F.H.A. 3 HELEN SOBIERALSKI... St. Albert the Great CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; F.N.A. 4; F.H.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,3,4 KATHLEEN MARY STACHURA... SAB Chapel Transferred from Narimasu, Tokyo 4 CSMC Class Treasurer 4; Essay Contest Winner 3 (Americanism); Drama Club 2,3 KATHRYN STOCKER...St. Mary CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; G.A.A. 1,3 KAY STORNER...St. Teresa CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Class Treasurer 2; RAW 1,2,3, Page Editor 4; Library Guild 3,4; Class Play 1,2,3,4; Choraleers 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2, Treasurer 2; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader AND 4; Mission Queen Candidate 2; Rosary Day 3,4 SENIORS JANE ANN SWEDO... Queen of Peace CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Coun- cil 3,4; Lay Apostolate 4; Library Guild 2; Teachers ' Aid 4; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,3,4 KAY TRAGESSER... St. Albert the Great CSMC Class President 2,4; Honor Roll 1,2; Math Science Club 3; Mission Queen Candidate 1 BARBARA TRAPPE...St. Agatha CSMC FIGHTING 69th 3,4; Choraleers 4; School Play 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader AND 4 MARILYN TRUCCANO... S.S. Peter Paul CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 1; National Latin Honor Society 1,2 KATHY VARADY...St. Philip CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Lay Apostolate 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Représenta¬ tive 1 MARTHA VERNIER...St. Theresa CSMC Représentative 3; Fighting 69th 3,4; Student Council 2; Class Sec- retary 1; G.A.A. 3,4 PAT VLASAK...Cathédral CSMC Représentative 3; Fighting 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 2; National Latin Honor Society 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Mary ND Candidate 2 KATHLEEN THIEN... St. Albert the Great CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4, Rep¬ résentative 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; May Day Représentative 3,4 CONNIE TYL...BIessed Sacrament CSMC Représentative 3; Fighting 69th 1,3,4; RAW Business Staff 2,3,4, Manager 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; May Day Représentative 1,2 JOAN WAELTZ...Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Library Guild 3,4, President 4; Teachers ' Aid 1; Choraleers 4; School Play 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4 SENIORS JEAN WAINWRIGHT... Queen of Peace CSMC Représentative 1, Paladin; Class President 1; Fighting 69th 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; RAW 1,2,3,4, Editor 4; Quill Scroll 3,4; Science and Math Club 3; National Latin Honor Society 1,2,3; National Merit Semi- finalist; Extemporaneous Awards 1,2,3; Mary ND Candidate 1 MARAGARET WAITE... S.S. Peter Paul CSMC Palidin; Fighting 69th 4; Honor Roll 2; Library Guild 1; G.A.A. 1 JUDY WASSER...St. Teresa CSMC Représentative 2, Paladin; Fight¬ ing 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3; F.T.A. 2,3; F.H.A. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 PAM WATHAN...St. Luke CSMC Sodality; Fighting 69th 3,4; Library Guild 4; Teachers ' Aid 1; F.N.A. 4; G.A.A. 2,3 MAUREEN WALL...St. James CSMC Fighting 69th 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 DIANE WEIS...Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 1,3,4; Library Guild 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; F.N.A. 2,4; G.A.A. 1,3,4 KAY WALTER...St. Teresa CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Honor Roll 2; Library Guild 4 BARBARA WERNDLE...St. Henry CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; F.H.A. 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3 JEAN WESSEL...Cathédral CSMC Fighting 69th 4; Student Council 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4 KAREN WITTENBRINK... St. Teresa CSMC Fighting 69th 4; Library Guild 3,4, Vice-President; F.T.A. 2,3 SENIORS BONNIE KAY WRIGHT... Corpus Christi CSMC Représentative 2, Paladin; Fighting 69th 1,3,4, RAW Busi¬ ness Staff 3,4; Choraleers 4; Mary ND Candidate 1 ANN YOCH...St. Henry CSMC Représentative 1,2, Paladin; Sodality, Vice-Prefect 4; Youth Incorporated 2,3,4; Student Council 4, Executive Board 4; Class Vice-President 2; Chora¬ leers 2,3,4; Music Récital 1,2; School Play 3,4; G.A.A. 3; May Day Représentative 2, Maid 4; Mission Queen Candidate 3,4 JANINE WYLDER... Blessed Sacrament CSMC Fighting 69th 3,4; Class Vice- President 1 KATHLEEN ZIMMERMANN... Holy Childhood Transferred from St. Francis Preparatory, Springfield, III. 4 CSMC Rosary Club 3; F.H.A. 1,2; F.N.A. 1,2,3, President 2; Drama Oratory Awards 3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Chorus 3 50 CLASS OFFICERS OF 109: President, Kay Tragesser; Vice-President, Jeanette Dahm; Secretary, Lynn Ren- der; Treasurer, Carol Schill¬ ing. Ann Yoch, Vice-Prefect, points out the directions to Janet Bedel, Treasurer; Peggy Ferris, Prefect; and Ginny Harrison, Secretary. The officers are baking a Sodality Birthday Cake while Sister Angelee, moderator, supervises. SODALITY The Sodality, as a way of life, is many things to the Notre Dame girl. It is a chance to grow close to Christ through His Blessed Mother. It is some prayer, some work, and lots of joy from this spécial way of life. But most of ail, it is a part of each individual Sodalist, a part she will always treasure. Father Wesselman gives Sodality medals to the Sophomores who are taking temporary consécration. Nancy Walsh places the finishing touches on her prize-winning entry for the Christmas Crib Con- test sponsored by the Sodality. 52 Junior Sodalists, Diane Isselhard, Judy Kral, Fran Zepecki, Diane Hamilton, Pat Kiehl, and Debbie Weider help Sister Marie Ruth and Sister Rita Marie clean the grotto. Mary Beth Cange, Cathy Driscoll, Mary Jane Schuhardt, Mary Ann Shadid, Lynn Hervatin, and Shirley Rettle, aiong with Sophomore moderators, Sister Conran and Sister Marie Susanne, encour¬ age students to pray the rosary through an attractive bulletin board illustration. Sodalists Jean Shadid and Elaine O ' Leary, guards for the Sodality banner, await the procession for the traditional living rosary, held in early October. 53 Sister John de Deo assists officers of the Student Council, Marilyn Schranz, President; Mary Kay Meyer, Vice- President; Kathy Cerneka, Sergeant- at-arms; Elaine O ' Leary, Treasurer; and Diane Morck, Secretary; in mimeo- graphing the monthly minutes of the Student Council. STUDENT COUNCIL Kathy Cerneka explains hall duty schedules to Freshman Council mem- bers Kathy Corrigan, Gigi Lofchie, Ruth Shadid, Chris DeAntoni, and Sue Renner. Executive Board members Carol Knaus, Ann Yoch, Marian Buescher, Peggy Ferris, and Janet Bedel help Sister M. Justin, Moderator, in making new name tags. Showing animation and initia¬ tive Junior Council members, Kathy Fischer, Tenna Racheff, Mary Kelcher, Fran Horvat, Nancy Bouchard, and Lou Hanna begin making posters for the Student Council élections. Assembling backdrop décorations for the Mary ND coronation are the Sophomores: Mary McDan- iels. Mary Beth Cange, Penny Theis, Pam Meyer, Pat Wessel, and Caria Waeltz. Queen candidates of the Catholic Students Mission Crusade are: Kathy McArdle, Mary Ann Bina, Kay Walsh, Sharon Huelsmann, Kathy Schneider, Judy Mauser. Second Row: Denny Dye, Carol Kassiy, Kathy Siebert, Diane Grudzinski, Joan Robins, Mary Ann Shadid. Third Row: Vicki Nowark, Linda Grogan, Janice Kovar, Sherry Kinder, Sharon Vêlas, Jennifer Kane. Foruth Row: Ann Yoch, Ruth Lammers, Joelle Demoustier, Diane Morck, and Kathy Cassin. Officers; Phyllis Zaganelli, Peggy Hayes, Cecelia Nugent, and Lou Hanna. Presenting the Mission Queen, Mary Ann Bina, surrounded by her maids: Diane Morck, second; Ann Yoch, fourth; Joelle Demoustier, third; and Jennifer Kane, first maid. Cecelia Gass, Nina Jacoby, and Nancy Hoyer typify the general belief that Members of the exubérant throng. Mission Day — 1963. " The Spirit of Thanksgiving is in the giving. " The officers and moderators of the CSMC are: Peggy Hayes, President; Lou Hanna, Secretary; Sisters Corita and Gerald; Cecelia Nugent, Vice-President; Phyllis Zaganelli, Treasurer. CATHOLIC STUDENT MISSION CRUSADE CSMC Barbara Hoffmann and Mary Corrigan, members of the Rosary Club, add another rosary to the ever growing supply while Cherlyn Sherman, Georgia Ann Sebasak, and Pat Johnson demon- strate the techniques used in making their rosaries. Preparing their Christmas gifts for the old folks, Jeanne Sims, Mary Beth Mueller, Barbara Bogge- man, and Judy Horvat seem to be " ail wrapped up in their work. " 57 READ-A-WEE Work on the Read-a-Wee isn ' t completed after it goes to the printer, for when it cornes bock these girls are in charge of its circulation. The following are: Connie Tyl, Jackie Savage, Alexis Boden, Bonnie Wright, Susan Schulte, Kay Elliot, Moderator Sister Rita Marie, Elizabeth Kohl, Ann Reeb, Carol Knaus, and Mary Hickman. Read-a-Wee members enrolled in the International Quill and Scroll Society for the hard work they did are: Susan Merz, Mary Libéra, Gail Semon, Sandy Schaeffer, Betty Fritsch, Elaine Dauphin, Pat McBride, Barb Cichon, Jeanne Tissier, Sheila Cooney, Sandy Oller, Jean Shadid, Jean Wainwright, Mary Ellen Biehl, Marian Gashgarian, Kay Storner, Kay Fischer, Borb Koesterer, and Mary Wuest. 58 These Junior Read-a-Wee members listen as their moderator, Sister Lorita, explains the proper form of the galley sheet: Barb Koesterer, Pat McBride, Kay Fischer, Mary Wuest, Mary Libéra, Sandy Oller, and Jeanne Tissier. Editor Jean Wainwright, and Co-editor Jean Shadid, proudly display the Semon, Moderator Sister Lorita, Sheila Cooney, Anita Kassly, Sandy coveted Blue Banner Award as Advertizing Manager Ginny Harrison and Schaeffer, and Elaine Dauphin. Senior Page Editors Susan Merz, Mary Ellen Biehl, Kay Storner, Gail 59 Senior staff members Mary Ellen Ehret, Mary Kaye Galvin, and Peggy Hayes receive instructions from Sister Jane Marie on the fine points to be observed in yearbook production. Old yearbooks can offer layout ideas, copy suggestions, and pictorial references for these junior members of the staff: Joan Becherer, Rosie Putz, Dana Valentin, Karen Lee, and Peggy Neff. 60 Janet Sax, Editor; Ann Gaumond, Business Manager; and Marian Buescher, Photography Manager, study the continuity of the book ' s theme, page line-up, and copy while Peggy Ferris, Art Editor: and Diane Crostarosa, Co-Editor, research the picture work of past years. Counting and recording our many subscriptions are juniors; Judy Cullinane, Jane Friesz, Pat Kastel, and Phyllis Buss. Happy with the resuit of the journalism drive, junior staff members; Mary Beth Janssen, Jo Perkinson, Joyce Goodall, Janice Pennebaker, and Betsy Boyer realize the challenge of producing a good yearbook. To focus the students ' attention on available books, Library Guild members Dana Valentine, Vicky Canty, Linda Hemann, Rita Sue Junod, Judy Cullinane, and Virginia Smith utilize their créative abilities on the library bulletin board. LIBRARY GUILD The book brigade formed by, left to right, Anita Kauffmann, Angela Weyhaupt, Barbara Zimmerman, Mary Elizabeth Skye, Janice Schiebel, Phyllis Guest, and Debbie Heagy proved an easy and enjoyable method of stocking the book shelves. Checking the returned books in préparation for their re-entry into the stocks are Guild members Kathy Siekmann, Nancy Black- ston, Irene Biley, Pam Wathen, and Cheryl Giffhorn. Planning future activités in the Guild are its presiding officers: Veronica Lucas, Secretary; Karen Wittenbrink, Vice-president; Joan Waeltz, President; Sister Mary Angelita, Moderator; and Diane Weis, Treasurer. The card catalogue offers valuable assistance to " book-hunting " students. Library Guild members, sitting, Marilyn Donna, Kay Walter, Connie Kosydor and standing; Janis Jakes, Paulette Reime and Mary Goalby are busy acquainting themselves with the catalogue. 63 The N. D. Bond, under the leadership of Mr. Kreider and Sister Rose Duchesne, consists of: First row: Gayle Fak, Sandra Landry, Sharon Kreitner, Dolores Hoffmann, Second row: Judy Hoffmann, Margaret Salomone, Barbara Mueller, Mary Jo Kaesberg, Kay Crilly, Susar Vickery, Kathy Parker, Third row: Debbie Jung, Barbara Hoffmann Mary Corrigan, Toni Stettler, Ruth Christ, Peggy Bauer, Ann Gaumond While leading the band in the public appear- ances, the Twirlers are able to demonstrate their own talent with their bâtons. The following are: Captain K. K. Fischer, Lynn Hervatin, Janet Graul, and Rita De Fosset. First row: Rosemary Prohaska, Elaine Dauphin, Judy Crook, Jane Whealon, Pam Meyer, Jeanie Reime, Diane Edwards, Diana Milligan, Koesterer, Second row: Myra Koesterer, Sandy Falcetti, Jan Gippert, Doris Malacarne, and Judy Klinkhamer. Ann Miller, Margie Vêlas, Ginny Harrison, Third row: Margaret BAND Cathy Schneider, Nanvi Bauer, and Mary Ellen Moehle are also members of the twirling team. Sue Eisele, Jean Shadid, Pat McBride, Mary Ellen Ehret, Betty Fritsch, and Phyllis Zaganelli, who compose the Notre Dame Sextet, smile graciously, as they pause between num- bers. The Sextet performs before various social gatherings as well as school programs. THE CHORALEERS are, First Row: Diane Drovetta, Marty Fiestam, Paula Shobe, Betty Fritsch, Linda Ke Keeley, JoAnne Frerker, Fran Horvat, Barbara Visintine, Peggy Neff, Phyllis Buss. Third Row: Jeanne Re Davlan. Fourth Row: Bonnie Wright, Mary Ellen Ehret, Joan Waeltz, Anita Kauffmann, Phyllis Zagar 66 THE CHORALEERS Keeping the Choraleers in time and tune are Debbie Weider and Kathy Lanter who accompany the group at ail their performances. net Liepold, Pat Kastel, Nancy Beelman. Second Row: Doris Malacarne, Ann Gaumond, Mary Igel, Sharyn mdy Schaeffer, Mary Ann Ames, Susan Schulte, Rosemary Prohaska, Diane Edwards, Jean Shadid, Kitty Anne Sommers, Mary Ellen Biehl, Gail Semon, Mary Kay Meyer. 67 Modem, folk, and classical music make up the sélections of the sophomore chorus who enjoy the cultural advantages and musical appréciation connected with their classes held twice each week. First Row: Evelyn Nancy Cox, Mary Ann Shadid, Mary Groesch, Elaine Biehl, Carol Mensing, Nancy Hoyer, Linda Wobbe, Sandy Schmidt, Charlotte Frierdich, Lynn Forcade, Eileen Bain, Barbara Zamenski, Kathy Howard, Mary Alice Frierdich, Janis Weber, Elaine Kubicki, Cindy Kish; Second Row: Kay Kastel, Doris Lyke, Jerri Beyer, Judy Horvat, Kathy Moore, Linda Nuetzel, Rita DeFosset, Nina Jacoby, Deanna Closterman, 68 CHORUS Linda Eschman, Connie Stuart, Linda Waller, Peggy Mauch, Molly McTernan, Karen Burns; Third Row: Peggy Stelling, Cathey Fischer, Mary Ellen Schaefer, Kathy Brady, Mary Pat Rigdon, Jackie Bunn, Dorotha Graham, Joan Reissen, Marilyn Glaus, Shirley Rettle, Susan Joint, Charlotte Lucas, Barbara Frey, Pat Smith; Fourth Row: Sharon Johnson, Mary Jane Schuhardt, Cecilia Schniers, Rosemarie Przada, Judy Giese, Susie Koesterer, Barbara Matthews, Penny Theis, Carol Kassly, and Janet Rensing. 6 9 SPEECH AND The Illinois Catholic Speech League Festival, held at Notre Dame on November 23, 1963, merited the Academy twelve excellent certificates and one superior certificate. The girls responsible are: First Row; Mary Fran Beykirch, Jeanne Tissier, Second Row; Mary-rita Benson, Ginny Harrison, Lynn Render-superior, Mary Beth Grimmer, and Karen Marchetti, Third Row; Mary Beth Bari- cevic, Sandra Landry, Lucia Juenger, Kathy Cassin, Marilyn Schrader, and Marsha Beyer. Maureen McGinley, Marcia Fuller, Joyce Coose, Patti Byrne, Mary Collins, and Kathy Siekmann enact one of thescenesof the Christmas tableaus presented by the speech class. " Aria de Cappa " , presented by the Juniors of 308 captured first honors in the senior division of the annual One Act Play Contest, sponsored by the dramatics club. The cast included: Ann Katt, Debbie Weider, Beth Nesbit, Mary Libéra, and Pat McBride. DRAMATICS The sophomores of Cl took first place in the Junior Division of the contest with their présentation of " Distant Thunder " . The cast included: Dorotha Graham, Linda Reiniger, Janis Weber, and Rosemary Dimmic. These talented girls received honors in the Senior Division as best actresses in their homeroom plays. Debbie Weider also received the " best actress " award of the complété Senior Division, The girls are: First Row; Linda Fricke, Debbie Weider, Dottie Dillon, and Diane Drovetta. Officers of the Genesian Masque, the newly organized dramatics club at Notre Dame scan the back issues of drama magazines, searching for interesting ideas and activities. They are: Joanne Frerker, Vice-President; Kathy Cassin, Secretary; Cindy Becherer, Treasurer; and Diane Crostarosa, President. Receiving best actress awards from their homerooms in the Junior Division are: Mary Dressler, Jackie Douglas, Kaye Langan, Dorothea Graham, Sherri Randle, Jane Wilkinson, Kathy Evans, Mary Beth Mueller, Kathy Trammel, Marsha Steiner, Lisa Bogutski, and Joanne Karabaic. 71 S-T-R-E-T-C-H, bend your knees. Oh, my aching back! But these Juniors seem to enjoy this aching road to fitness, don ' t they? G.A.A. Whatever she said. Miss Soucy was only kidding, girls. Taking aim for this imaginary injustice are the officers of the Girls ' Athletic Association — Sandy Falcetti, Vice- President; Kathy Isler, Secretary; Lynn Gansmann, Treasurer; and Dottie Dillon, President. The brave target of their wrath is Miss Soucy, the group ' s moderator. iHifliia.. f V, 72 Showing off their athletic prowess and agility are, first row: Pam Wath- en, Joan Schwalb, Kathy Cerneka, Mickey Chouinard, and Jane Schwalb. Second Row: Cathy Driscoll, Kathy Leveling, Ruth Ann Mamino, Mary Beth Baricevic, Katie Crostarosa, Donna Buescher, and Jackie Mank. Third Row: Patty Wall, Marilyn Vernier, Sue Brueggeman, Rosie Kreher, Mary Ellen Knaus, and Beverly Viviano; and, Fourth Row: Joan Bush, Cynthia Smith, Cindy Hertich, Rhonda Gansmann, and Debby Vierrether, who are homeroom représentatives of the Girls Athletic Association. Those happy gais above are the 1963 volleyball tourna- ment winners, Junior Homeroom 205. They are, bottom row, Fran Zepecki, Pat Craig, Kathy Leveling, Ruth Ann Schmitt, Donna Reiss, and Rosie Putz. Standing are Anita Rodriguez, Kathy Riedel, Jan Fruth, Dana Valentin, Judy Cullinane and Sandy Komeshak. 73 MUSIC MASTERS These talented girls, officers of one of the three main music organizations in the school, the Choraleers, who participate in concerts, programs, and compétition throughout the area are: Janet Sax, Treasurer; Joann Frerker, Vice-President; Mary Beth Grimmer, President; and Anita Kassly, Secretary. i K a V Singing their official song are the officers of the Modem Music Masters Society — Debbie Weider, Treasurer; Kathy Lanter, Vice-President; Cecelia Nugent, President; Margie Arnold, Historien; and Ann Gaumond, Secretary. These officers of the band, Peggy Bauer, Secretary-Treasurer; Rosemary Pro- haska, President; and Sandy Falcetti, Vice-President assist Sister Rose Duchesne in the organization of the band ' s activities. 74 Amor.g various other duties, these girls correct papers for the teachers. These volunteers are, First Row, Jacqueline Bunn, Vickie Biver, Barbara Mueller, Dianna Milligan, and Diane Edwards. Second Row: Kathy Gass, Kathy Popp, Sue Renner, Evelyn Cox and Bonnie Goehner. Third Row: Carol Reeb, Mary Lou Fiedler, Sharon Buehlhorn and Margie Haas. TEACHERS’ AIDS Other members of the Teachers ' Aids are seated, from left to right; Dana Valentin, Virginia Harrison, Mary Beth Baricevic, Barbara Brown, Kathy Cerneka and Terry Colloton. Standing are Susan Renneker, Karen Burns, Judy Hoffmann, Kathy Williams, Cherylnn Sherman, Carol Falcetti, Lynn Gansmann, Mary Ann Ames and Linda Kassebaum. Sue Schaefer, Kathy Luecking, Lois Vollmer, moderator of the Teachers ' Aids, Miss Clark, Cynthia Pusateri, Lynn Render and Jane Swedo proudly stand before one of the num- erous bulletin boards which they hâve made this year. 75 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Admiration is seen in the expressions of the 1963-64 F. T. A. officers, Beth Nesbit, Vice President; Dee Dresse!, President; Linda Kassabuam, Treasurer; and Mary Beth Walters, Secretary, as they gaze on the long-awaited pin. JUNIOR LAY APOSTOLATE " Restore ail in Christ " , the motto of the Junior Lay Apost olate, inspires Sacrifice Prefect, Lynn Render; Historian Prefect, Jane Swedo; Acting Prefect, Carol Falcette; Study Prefect, Joyce Coose; Prayer Prefect, Lenore Martin, and the moderator, Sister Rosella. FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Secretary, Kathy Cassin, enjoys the aroma of alcohol as Sister Carol Marie supervises the bandaging épisode performed by President, Kathy Cerneka; and Treasurer, Pat Kastel; on Vice-President, Regina Bagnato. SCIENCE AND MATH CLUB President, Ann Miller; Vice-President, Joyce Rudert; Secretary, Ann Katt; and Treasurer, Jean Orlet, observe the vibrations of a " slithering slinky. " 77 DEBATE Debate Club members study dozens of periodicals to increase their knowledge of current problems. Win or lose, the Debate Club provides opportunities for clear, far-reaching thought and action. Carol Knaus, President, discusses this year ' s debate topic with the other officers: Gail Semon, Vice-President; Anne Carroll, Secretary; Jeanne Tissier, Treasurer. SPANISH CLUB Jackie Hoeffken carefully aims at the swaying pinata at the Las Posadas festivities. Other members of the La Juventud Catholica: Peggy Lorenz, Bonnie Louis, Debbie Rigdon, Betty Cange, Kathy Connors, Gayle Diegrater, Teresa Gass, Donna Hooker, Sandy Mauch, Mary Ellen Sweeney look on with interest. Officers of this newly-formed club are: Jackie Mank, President; Cindy Hertich, Vice-President; Kathy Connors, Secre¬ tary; Durrelene French, Treasurer. 78 PEP SQUAD Janet Moore, Suzanne Lehman, Sandy Long, Barbara Kuehn, Mary Bush, Judy Gain, Kay Storner, and Barbara Trappe, Captain, are determined to cheer the Seniors on to victory. The Junior division of the Pep Squad, known for their school spirit, display their ability in cheering: Mary Libéra, Sandy Becker, Sue Murphy, Jeannie Flach, Kathy Wilshire, Captain, Katie Crostarosa, and Jean Orlet. Getting the Freshmen off to a good start are: Marianne Trompeter, Sharon Randle, Kathy Gass, Mary Beth Mueller, and Connie Schneider ,Captain These agile Sophomore cheerleaders are: Judy Horvat, Janet Graul, Captain, Elaine Biehl, Doris Lyke, Mary Jane Schuhardt, and Kathy Moore. Belleville News-Democrat Photo These twenty-three Mary N. D. représentatives are very proud to hâve been elected by their homerooms for the great honor. After the final voting, Elaine O ' Leary, center, received the title, Mary N. D. The other candidates are: Left group; Anita Kassly, Jeanette Dahm, Barbara Neff, Barbara Sopp, Pat Hayes, Mary Beth Congé, Susan Glauber, Barbara Hauser, Mary Jo Hoelscher, Kathy Boskamp. Right group; Diane Cros- tarosa, Janet Sax, Karen Lee, Beth Nesbit, Patricia Belter, Carol McElligott, Mary Beth Bux; Carol Reeb, Kathy Corrigan, Susan Denham, Caria Waeltz, missing is Kathy Bartel. æ m Belleville News-Democrat Photo For the past several years, Seniors hâve captured the title of Mary N. D. With the Student Council représentatives are: Anita Kassly, candidate from Homeroom 201, Jeanette Dahm, candidate from Homeroom 109, Diane Morck, corsage bearer, Lucy Yoch, crown bearer, Marilyn Schranz, Student Council president, Elaine O ' Leary, Mary N.D. 80 from Homeroom 110, Mary Kaye Meyer, pin bearer, Kathy Cerneka, sash bearer, Janet Sax, candidate from Homeroom 102, and Diane Crostarosa, candidate from Homeroom 207. MARY ND 1964 Belleville News-Democrat Photo Since Mary N. D. should be Mary-like, Elaine and her Angel, Lucy, appear perfect together. Peggy Ferris, Heaven ' s music director, is conducting the angelic choir. This little incident took place in a skit for the student body, explaining the purpose and procedure of the Mary N. D. program. Belleville News-Democrat Photo Elaine, bubbling with happiness and delight, received many Congratulations from her classmates. Freshman, Dianna Woods acknowledges Elaine ' s great honor. Karen Laing, St. Louis University High Représentative and Peggy Bauer, C.B.C. Représentative exemplified Notre Dame ' s spirit when they attended pep rallies, football games, and dances at the respective schools. 82 NOTRE DAME PRESENTS HER ROYAL HIGHNESS Jeanette Dahm smiles graciously after having been elected by populo vote as Homecoming Queen for 1963-64. Rita Monzo, Kathy Cerneka, Mary Pat Hoff, Carol Knaus, Janet Bedel, Cindy Becherer, Kay Kastel, and Joelle Demoistier, ail of whom worked diligently in selling tickets for the Orphan Bowl Game, encircle Connie Kosydor, this year ' s Orphan Bowl Queen. This year ' s Football Queen Court, consists of the CHS cheerleaders; Mary Ellen Biehl, Ann Katt, Mary Ellen Budde, Janice Kovar, and Carol Schilling, who surround Marian Gashgarian, Football Queen. These helpful girls show the true spirit of Notre Dame by working in Sister Carmel ' s office. They are Beth Hip- skind, Pat Knaus, Elaine O ' Leary, Karen Lee, Marilyn Schranz, and Mary Lou Buettner. SERVICE One of the busiest rooms at the Academy is our stationery store. Here Dons Feder and Rosemarie Mangaipane help Sister Frances de Sales, proprietor. Mrs. Harbough, Mrs. Bresna han, and Mrs. Weihraugh keep the cafétéria running by their hard work. Many thanks to them for this task so well done. 84 The Alumnae Association représentatives from the senior class are: seated; Ginny Harrison, Marilyn Schranz, Joyce Coose; standing; Ann Gaumond, Mary Hickman, Cecelia Nugent, and Alexis Boden. ALUMNAE The Alumnae Association, under the modération of Sister Gonsalva, participâtes in many activities throughout the year, including Ring Day. Alumnae officers are, seated: Joan Springer, Recording Secretary; Marydel Harrison, President; Pat Buss, Auditor; Mamie Neuf, 2nd Vice President; and standing: Mary Ann Mushill, Auditor; Jeanette Giebels, 1 st Vice President; Helen Schlegel, 3rd Vice President; Regina Miller, 4th Vice President; Margaret Mary Butz, Corresponding Secretary. Missing is Janet Vermeersch, Treasurer. 85 Smiling brightly are the officers of the Mother ' s Club and their daughters: Mrs. Wm. Knaus, Re- cording Secretary; Mrs. R. Hervatin, Correspond- ing Secretary; Mrs. J. Cavataio, Vice-President; Mrs. Wm. Weis, President; Mrs. A. D. Schilling, Treasurer; Carol Knaus, Mary Knaus, Pat Knaus, Lynn Hervatin, Jill Cavatio, Diane Weis, Jane Schilling, Carol Schilling, Joan Schilling, Mrs. J. Igel, Parliamentarian; Mrs. H. Davis, Auditor; Mrs. A. Jung, Auditor; Mary Igel, Julie Davis, Jane Davis, Debby Jung. MOTHERS AND FATHERS CLUB The Father-Daughter Banquet, sponsored by the Mother ' s Club, is thoroughly enjoyed by ail who attend it. The Father ' s Club Officers and their daughters are: Mr. L. Marchetti, Secretary; Mr. L. Tis- sier, Treasurer; Mr. Horvat, President; Mr. Kastel, Vice-President; Karen Marchetti, Jeanne Tissier, Fran Horvat, Judy Horvat, and Kay Kastel. JUNIORS 205 Dana Valentin President Mary Kay Gaul Vice-president Fronces Zepecki Secretary Joan Becherer Linda Becker Donna Bertelsman Rita Brutto Kathy Carney Pat Craig Judy Cullinane Gayle Fak Doris Feder Jeannie Flach Jan Fruth Jane Fuehne Mary Beth Bux Treasurer Sharon Muckensturm Kay Nixon Rosemary Putz Ann Reeb Donna Reiss Susan Renneker Kathy Riedel Anita Rodriquez Ruthann Schmidt Mary Schwarz Mary Elizabeth Skye Nancy Stier Robin Swedo Kathy Wilshire Nancy Fuhrman Linda Grogan Mary Helen Hoeffken Fronces Horvat Judy Jacobi Anita Kauffmann Elizabeth Kohl Sandy Komeshak Lynn Kreuter Kathy Leveling Jackie Morgan JUNIORS 206 Bonnie Bingheim Nancy Bouchard Kathy Cullen Sandy Falcetti Carol Fuller Trudie Gaines Mary Ellen Budde Secretary Lynn Gansmann Janet Garner Joyce Goodall Mary Ann Heckenberger Linda Hemann Kathy Jalageas Mary Beth Janssen Barbara Johnson Sharyn Keeley Marsha Vernier Treasurer Kathy Knepper Barbara Koesterer Janice Kovar Judy Kral Linda Kramer Elaine Matthews Judy Neighbors Barbara Neu Mary Panepinto Jennifer Roberts Nancy Schobert Georgia Ann Sebesak Cheryl Sodam Mary Ellen Sullivan Carol Thompson Marilyn Vernier Linda Walter Carol Whobrey Diane Zacharski Barbara Zimmerman 93 JUNIORS 305 Kathi Andres Mary Beth Baricevic Jane Bauer Mary Fran Beykirch Sharon Christ Marty Fietsam Kathy Fritsche Joyce Gaskill Sharon Gruen Phyllis Guest Lou Hanna Debbie Heagy Karen Lee Phyllis Louis Barbara Lyvers Doris Malacarne Mary Ann McElligott Eileen Morrison Evelyn Prochaska Jan Scheibel Patricia Stengel Mary Jo Vernier Barbara Visintine Phyllis Zaganelli President Jeanne Tissier I Vu e Pmuieni Diane Isselharc VJ É Secretary Rosemarie AAangaipanç y Treasurer Kathy Lanter JUNIORS 306 President Betty Fritsch Vice-President Janet Leipold Secretary Nancy Beelman Treasurer Mary Ann Ames Lynn Abright Barbara Bell Carol Ann Beneke Terry Biver Betsy Boyer Barbara Cichon Diane Drovetta Kathy Fischer Jane Friesz Barbara Goehner Peggy Grimmig Jolene Guetterman Judy Gundlach Martha Hallbauer Pat Hayes Jackie Hrasky Martha McClelland Joyce McFarling Susie Murphy Peggy Neff Sharon Patterson Clara Rehling Carol Schaefer Jean Schwarz Paula Shobe Rita Terveer Diane Tylka Mary Beth Walters Janet Allen Donna Andrews Arlene Bach Sandy Becker Alice Blanquart Nancy Bush Phyllis Buss Jill Cavataio Janet Flach Lynn Frees Vicki Galvin Sharon Gebke Diane Hamilton Jane Hanley Betty Hilpert Kathy Kaiser Ann Katt Barbara Kehrer Mary Kelcher Judy Kinkelaar Mary Libéra Pat McBride Maureen McGinley Pat Mebold Viki Nowark Connie Ochs Janice Pennebaker Dianna Porter n i Judy Bailey Secretary Beth Nesbit Treasurer a Mary Wuest President Jean Orlet Vice-President JUNIORS 308 96 JUNIORS 309 Regina Bagnato President Sharon Schaefer Roberta Schaller Cherylnn Sherman Marsha Smith Sharon Vêlas Joanne Weidenhoffer Patricia Armour Susan Baltz Connie Kosydor Jane Loehr Pat Lotz Barbara Neff Marilyn Niemann Sandy Oller JoAnne Frerker Secretary Pat Kiehl Treasurer Pat Knaus Vice-President Jean Becherer Donna Becker Kitty Buckley Shirley Buettner Anne Carroll Mary Ann Clyne Jan Cox Katie Crostorosa Margaret Dalton Karen Davinroy Helen Hagelstein Joanne Hartleb Margaret Hayes Mary Helen Heafner Patty Johnson Mary Jorns Mary Klinkhamer Rosemary Koesterer SOPHOMORES Cl Jackie Bunn Karen Burns Jackie Cepecky Evelyn Nadine Cox Rosemary Dimmic Kathy Driscoll Carol Ehlers Virginia Gass Joyce Gojmerac Dorothea Graham Barbara Hayes Marie Heintz Mary Pat Hoff Sharon Johnson Carol Kassly Kay Kastel Charlotte Lucash Susanne Marshall Linda Meketa Linda Nuetzel Loretta Oexner Sandy Schmidt Cecilia Schniers Janice Shobert Janet Schwartz Caria Waeltz Janis Weber Pat Roache President Pam Jeffries Vice-President Barbara O ' Malle Secretary Marcio Blumye Treosurer SOPHOMORES CI02 Mary Jane Schuhardt President Carol Yockey Vice-President Mary Kay Schrey Secretary Kathy Moore Treasurer Loretta Allen Sharon Aubuschon Louise Averbeck Patty Bickerstaff Vickie Biver Sue Brueggeman Nancy Burke Mary Beth Cange Kathy Cole Mary Alice Frierdich Janice Gervase Carol Neff Teresa Papproth Jane Pazderka Mary Peavey Joan Reissen Jan Gippert Martha Glauber Marilyn Glaus Judy Goldsmith Diane Grudzinski Betty Heidorn Judy Horvat Laura Mamino Peggy Mauch Carol Mensing Danielle Morgan Trudy Naumann Kathy Roscow Jean Simms Kathy Trammel Beverly Viviano Bernadette Westort Linda Wobbe SOPHOMORES C200 Gail Beaumont Patricia Belter Jerri Beyer Michell Cléments Deanna Closterman Evelyn Cox Kay Crilly Angie Emke Mary Lou Fiedler Cathey Fischer Kathy Gass Clare Goelz Mary Groesch Linda Hoeffken Cindy Kish LaDonna Klucker President Carol Murphy Vice-President Cheryl Martin Secretary Mary Ellen Schaefer Susan Koesterer Carolyn Mahon Ann Marie McNutt Pamela Meyer Treasurer Mary Beth Mueller 100 Joan Robins Linda Schlueter Kathy Slavens Cindy Smith Marcia Steiner Carolyn Vella Donna Zink Saundra Meyer Dianna Milligan Rose Ann Moehle Barbara Prochaska Karen Reifschneider SOPHOMORES C20 1 Lissa Bogutski Donna Buescher Diana Cox Diane Dippel Barbara Dowling Cecelia Gass Judy Giese Vicky Head Dolores Hoffmann Nancy Hoyer Nina Rose Jacoby President Eiaine Biehl Vice-President Susan Glauber Secretary Mary Ann Shadid Treasurer Barbara Matthews Patricia O ' Meara Dianna Parson Margaret Poniske Yvonne Quirin Cheryl Reed Dianne Sandheinrich Karen Schaefer Rosemary Schaefer Peggy Stelling Linda Waller Rita Winkelmann Linda Winte r Dorothy Wittenauer Barbara Zamenski Mary Zimmer 101 SOPHOMORES 003 Kathy Biehl President Pat Theiss Vice-President Debbie Ballard Secretary Virginia Bauer Susan Beelman Joyce Behrman Mary-Rita Benson Joan Bush Rita Martindale Carol McElligott Mollie McTernan Joan Mercurio Donna Middendorf Kathy Seibert Treasurer 102 SOPHOMORE CONSERVATORY Elaine Bain Cheryl Becker Rosemary Belt Diane Bevirt Kathy Brady Linda Canastrari Karen Cook Julie Davis Rita DeFosset Mary Denise Dye Rosa Lee Forbeck Lynn Forcade Charlotte Frierdich Georgianne Gromacki Cynthia Hess Kathie Howard Delores Howie Beverly Kehrer Rose Mary Kreher Sharon Lickley Mary Ann Murdoch Carol Naumann Judy Neff Janet Rensing Shirley Rettle Mary Pat Rigdon Barbara Sopp Lynn Steudkowski Linda Tecklenburg Penny Theis Rebecca Gasawski President Joanne Karabaic Vice-President Janet Graul Secretary Janis Vlasak Barbara Frey Treasurer Kathlèen Bien Irene Bily Betty Cange Kathleen Connors Deborah Dahm Peggy Deckard Mary Eschenfelder Kathleen Evans Pamela Finck Theresa Gass Bonnie Sue Goehner Sharon Haake FRESHMEN C2 É Cathy Schneider President Kathleen Kuehn Vice President Jane Davis Secretary Jane Schilling Treasurer Barbara Mueller Patricia Neu Nellie Nordman Sue Ann Oelschlager Carol Reeb Karen Rensing Barbara Ritson Karon Roach Kathy Rolfingsmeyer Donna Schaefer Joan Schilling Kathryn Schmidt Jayne Schwarz Ruth Shadid Kathy Sodam Mary Jane Arth Frieda Aubuschon Donna Bertke Kathy Boskamp Mary Boul Sharon Buehlhorn Maria Carroll Theresa Colloton Cnris DeAntoni Nancy Eichmann Barbara Fak Carolyn Gamble Jackie Hoeffken Sharon Huelsmann Mary Knaus Lea Koesterer Ellen Langen FRESHMEN CIOI Mary Ann Chouinard President à i Debbie Ware Vice President Mary Ellen Moehle Secretary Ann Amann Treosurer Kathy Mahon Sandy Mauch Linda Miller Patty Mitschele Diane Mueller Kathy Parker Mary Poelker Marlene Poirot Mary Racheff Sharon Randle Donna Rausch Jean Saia Rosemary Schuff Mary Ellen Sweeney Sharon Troutman Joanne Viviano FRESHMEN CII5 Catherine Eisele President Cathie Perez Secretary Donna Gutgsell Barbara Hoffmann Sharon Honer Sandra Kern Myra Lou Koesterer Sharon Kreitner Margaret Lorenz Lois Nold Connie Perryman Ingrid Reinhardt Margaret Salomone Kathy Sax Connie Schneider Patricia Seper Linda Schaefer Jennifer Schaller Judy Shank Judy Voss Angela Weyhaupt Jayne Wilkinson Janice Wottowa Judy Mauser Vice-President Durrelene French Treasurer Sharon Aufforth FRESHMEN CI20 Beth Hipskind President Mary Jo Hoelscher Vice President Margaret Vêlas Secretary Suzanne Pitlik Treasurer Rosemary Babic Elaine Collins Ann Coyne Mary Dressler Absent Nancy Miller Diana Woods Judy Ellner Jo Ann Hammel Carol Hoerner Karen Hoffman Debby Jung Mary Jo Kaesberg Diane Kniepkamp Diane Kuebel Pat Louer Kathy McArdle Janet McDonough Peggy Platzkoester Mary Helen Rasp Debbie Rigdon Kathy Sallade Rita Salomone Sue Scharfer Ann Schwartz Debby Vierrether Shirley Vosse Sandra Wagner Kathy Wiemer Mary Ann Wuller FR ESHMEN C205 Colleen Foeller Dianne Freimuth Darlene Gebke Vicky Goscinski Charlene Hall Margaret Hammel Cindy Hertich Donna Hooker Susan Juenger Sandra Lanter Janet Mueller Bonnie Oexner Susan Renner Pat Riebeling Nancy Rist Ann Rule r Susan Alexander Nanvi Bauer Nancy Bedel Reva Bersett Bonnie Brenner Barbara Callender Linda Schwartz Antoinette Stettler Joan Straubinger Margaret Timper Marsha Tylka Diana Westort President Barbara Clark Vice-President Jackie Douglass Secretary Mary Kay Walsh Treasurer Marianne Trompeter FRESHMEN C2I6 Victoria Beckers Mary Ann Bina Barbara Boggeman Linda Brough Mary Jo Carpenter Ruth Ann Christ i Joanne Frawley Kathleen Fuhrman Kathy Gass Helen Gatawakas Barbara Hauser President , Jan St. Eve Vice-President, Kathy Quigley Secretary, Janet Burton Judith Hoeffken Maureen Kernan Betty Kettler Mary Eileen Klucker Georgianne Lofchie Bonnie Louis Catherine Luecking Linda Luksan Treasurer, Mary Lou Trappe Mary Ann Martin Janet Moreiko Mary Beth Mueller Cynthia Pusateri Ellen Rehling Jo Ann Sehr Doris Toennies Lois Vollmer Judy Wysococki Linda Yoch PATRONS Picjv ijy IRA OlmJj (Ouldoor Tflllar and» TFLmpKitKeûtre ■nFLdoration (SKapel • ' fH.d U Oj ŸdanjMûMj t y tU National Skrine of Our JCady of the Shows Meville, Jll. • Lourdps Srotto • •TlOag of the Eross •Tlogpl US TQplls. •TUpsIourool and Tlpligious • Soods Storp Send in your pétitions for the monthly Solemn Novena of High Masses Over 12,000 persons attended the closing night dévotions on the Feast of Our Lady of the Snows, August 5th. SPECIAL INTENTIONS: 1_ 2 _ NCCW Please send me more informa¬ nt tion about the dévotion to Our Lady of the Snows. NAME _ STREET _ CITY _ZONE_STATE Please send me information about pilgrimages. Please send me a car statue of Our Lady of the Snows. NATIONAL SHRINF. OF OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS - OBLATE FATHERS - BELLEVILLE, II.L. 111 PATRONS Rev. Albert Arnold Rev. Walter AA. Barr Rev. AAaurice Driscoll Rev. Donald Eichenseer Rev. John W. Frerker Rev. Edwin J. Guild, O. AA. I. School Sisters of Notre Dame, St. Teresa ' s St. Teresa Church Junior Homeroom 306 Congratulations 102, from 308 Congratulations 109, from 308 Congratulations 110, from 308 Congratulations 201, from 308 Congratulations 207, from 308 Junior Homeroom, 309 A Friend AAr. AArs. Stephen Anich Jr. AAr. AArs. Cyril A. Arnold Agatha Ashmann AAajor AArs. N. G. Bagnato AAr. AArs. AA. C. Ballard AAr. AArs. Patrick J. Bann Bee Barton Janet Becherer Dr. AArs. P. F. Becherer AAr. AArs. J. Paul Bedel AAary-rita Benson AAr. AArs. John J. Biscan AAr. AArs. Harry Bise Blanchard Studio V. W. Bogutski Syl Brutto Trucking Service AAr. AArs. William Buckley Dr. Bill Burton Earl H. Callender AAr. AArs. Kenneth L. Cange Dr. AArs. John J. Carroll AArs. Joseph W. Cavataio AAr. AArs. Alex. Chouinard AAr. AArs. Alvin Christ Helen Clark Dr. AArs. Bart Cole AAr. AArs. L. E. Cole Dr. AArs. J. AA. Collins Ronald L. Crook AAr. AArs. A. G. Dahm AAr. AArs. A. G. Dahm AAr. AArs. Thomas Dalton Lieutenant AArs. Joseph J. Danzi Albert J. Davinroy AAr. AArs. Vernon De Fosset AAr. AArs. C. W. Denham Don ' s AAobil Service AAr. AArs. Kenneth Dressel Pat Dressel AAarvin Dressler AAr. AArs. W. J. Eckhardt Dr. AArs. AAatthew Eisele Dr. AArs. Owen Eisele AAr. Elbert O. Eschman AAr. AArs. Elner Falcetti Courtesy of AAayor Fields AArs. Walter Fischer H. J. Freese AAr. AArs. Norbert Frey Dr. AArs. Kilian F. Fritsch Rose AAarie Fuehne AAr. AArs. Edward Fuhrman, Sr. AAr. Edward Gabel Gabrielettes All-Girl Drum Bugle Corps AAiss Lila Garcia AAr. AArs. Joseph Gashgarian AAr. AArs. Cletus A. Gass General Supply Company Lt. Colonel E. AA. Gervase Donna Shea Girard Louis W. Goelz AAr. AArs. AAarvin W. Goldenhersh Green Teapot Harold V. Grodeon Wanda Grudzinski AAr. AArs. James Harrison AAr. AArs. Joe Hauser AAr. AArs. John A. Hayes AAr. AArs. Gerald Heck AAr. AArs. Ted Heidorn AAr. AArs. James Hess AArs. Vera A. Hickman AArs. Lorraine Hilpert AArs. H. B. Hinckley Greg Hipskind AAr. AArs. Joseph Hromadka AAr. AArs. J. H. Igel AAr. AArs. William Isselhardt AAr. AArs. A. W. Joynt AArs. Leroy Kaiser AArs. John B. Kehrer AAr. AArs. Stephen C. Kernan Kissel ' s Pharmacy His Excellency, The AAost Reverend Albert R. Zuroweste, D. D. Rt. Rev. AAsgr. Thomas P. Driscoll Rt. Rev. AAsgr. Joseph J. Orlet, Dean Very Rev. AAsgr. Joseph B. Stenger, J. C. D. Very Rev. AAsgr. Gregory J. Holtgrave 1 12 Mr. Mrs. Cletus M. Koesterer Dr. Mrs. Roberts Family Mr. Mrs. Ed Krause Lt. Colonel Mrs. R. C. Robins Krupp Florist Mary Jo Rukauina Lill Krupp ' s Restaurant, New Athens Mr. Mrs. Léo J. Salel Don Kuebel Mr. Mrs. Roland E. Sax C. G. Kurrus Schaefer ' s Dawn Heights Market Mr. Mrs. John Larkin Cletus R. Schlarman Agnes Lemanski Mr. Mrs. Elmer W. Schmidt Mr. Mrs. John J. Libéra Mr. Mrs. Joseph Schmidt Little Flower Garden Mr. Mrs. Orvil L. Schubert Vincent Lohmann Mrs. G. Schulte Lou ' s Auto Parts Carolyn Sedabres (Lukac), ' 60 Mr. Mrs. E. Lowe Mary Sehr Lucille Beauty Salon Seifferth ' s Bakery Mr. Mrs. Henry Luecking Dr. Mrs. Earle Semon Rosalie Luecking Prof. Virgil Seymour Fred Luksan Mrs. Chris Shaner Mr. Mrs. Philip Mamino Mr. Mrs. William Shea Markuly ' s Jewelry Mr. Mrs. Ira Sims Major Mrs. Leonard W. Martin Mrs. Helen Slavens Miss Clara Marxkros Harold Smith Drug Store Mr. Mrs. Robert T. Matthews Mr. Mrs. L. Sopp Judy McCarthy The Sorgea Family Mr. Mrs. J. J. McDonough Spiegel ' s Inc., Belleville Mrs. Thomas McKeone Star Music Studio Mr. Mrs. Bud Mebold Mr. W. C. Steiert Mr. Mrs. J. Melichar Streck Packing Company George T. Mensing Mr. Edward Tegmeier Mr. Mrs. Louis A. Meyer Lt. Colonel Mrs. W. M. Tesla Meyer-Oldsmobile Mr. Mrs. Russel V. Thoman Mr. Mrs. E. L. Miller Dr. Mrs. John M. Tierney The Original August Mirring Florist Dr. Mrs. Charles Trappe Mrs. Paul J. Morrin Kathleen Truccano, ' 60 Dr. Mrs. Ferd J. Mueller Walter Tyl Charles J. Mueth Family Uncle Earl ' s Bicycle Shop Mr. Mrs. Frances Mueth Colonel Vito T. Vella Mr. Mrs. Cari Murphy Mr. Mrs. Joseph Vernier Mr. Mrs. Erwin P. Nenninger Mary Ann Wagner Rose Nevener Mr. Mrs. Vernon Wagner Mr. Mrs. Frederick Niemann Mr. Mrs. William Wainwright Colonel Mrs. C. G. Nowark Mr. Mrs. Clarence J. Wasser Mr. Mrs. E. O ' Mal ley Mr. Mrs. William A. Weis One Hour Martinizing Mr. Mrs. J. L. Wellinghoff Dianna Parson Mr. Mrs. Joseph Weyhaupt Mr. Mrs. James Pennebaker Marcello White Mr. Mrs. Russell Pierce Catherine Wieseman Ann Platzkoester Bill Williams Sally Platzkoester Mr. Mrs. L. A. Wilshire Ann Pohlman Marianne Winter, ' 61 Mrs. John D. Prindable Rosie Withouse Rose Prochaska Edward F. Wottowa Mr. Mrs. Joseph Putz, Sr. Bonnie Kay Wright Dr. Mrs. E. L. Rauth Mr. Mrs. B. O. Yockey Mr. Mrs. Edmund Reinkemeyer Zane ' s Mr. Mrs. Elmer Rettle Mr. Mrs. Joseph Zapotacky Major Mrs. Oliver W. Rix Mrs. Stéphanie Zepecki 113 Director: Rev. Floyd Boeckman, O.M.I. NORTH 66TH STREET - BELLEVILLE. ILLINOIS EXPRESS Associate Director: Rev. James Lantsberger, O.M.I. CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE YOUNG WOMEN OF NOTRE DAME WHO UNDER THE MATERNAL SOLICITUDE OF MARY IMMACULATE QUEEN OF THE UNIVERSE, AND UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF THE MERCIFUL HEART OF CHRIST THE KING WILL FIND HAPPINESS, PEACE AND RENEWED COURAGE AT THE RETREAT HOUSE OF CHRIST THE KING TO CARRY ON THE BATTLE OF LIFE ' TILL THE CROWN IS WON. Fr. Floyd Boeckman, O.M.I ,Director Fr. James Lantsberger, O.M.I. Assistant Oblates of Mary Immaculate King’s House Belleville, Illinois 114 BUSINESS DIRECTORY doù ' Xv fORGET i A AL N. AMANN CO. 126-130 West " A " St. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0201 AMERICAN RED CROSS 8a East Washington Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-2820 ANDY ' S LA MAURE BEAUTE SALON 1000 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0069 ARNEY ' S HARDWARE STORE 5807 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois Ex 8-1164 AUTO-HOME DISCOUNT CENTER 1701 West Hiway 50 O ' Fallon, Illinois Me. 2-8839 BAILEY ' S MARKET 715 South Jackson Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0882 BANN ' S GROCERY 123 South 8th Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-9348 BECHERER JEWELERS 12 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0197 BEELMAN TRUCK CO. St. Libory, Illinois 768-2400 BELLEVILLE CASKET CO., INC. 115 East " B " Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0570 BELLEVILLE HARDWARE 200-202 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-1550 BELLEVILLE SHEET METAL 820 West " A " St reet Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-1619, Ad. 3-8149 BEVO MILL 4749 Gravois St. Louis, Missouri Hu. 1-2646 BEYERSDORFER ' S PASTRY SHOP 3611 Caseyville Avenue East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 5-2110 BIEDERMAN ' S FURNITURE 4519 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-5906 BITTLE ' S DRUG STORE 101 West First Street O ' Fallon, Illinois Me. 2-3241 INVESTMENT SECURITIES (MARSHALL D. BUSH) 22 North Illinois Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-5685 LEO J. BYRNE AND ASSOCIATES 8200 Carol Drive East St. Louis, Illinois Ex. 7-4338 CATHOLIC YOUTH SOCIAL CENTER 710 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-3131 CARDINAL APPLIANCE CO. 308 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-3770 CARROLL HOUSE 200 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-5700 CENTRAL PLYMOUTH-CHRYSLER 1225 West Highway 50 O ' Fallon, Illinois Me. 2-3696 CHARLIE ' S SHELL SERVICE 620 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-9618 COLLINSVILLE BANK Collinsville, Illinois COOK ' S HARDWARE No. 8 Wade Square Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-2755 CORNIE ' S RADIATOR SERVICE 303 Mascoutah Avenue Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-2325 COUNTRY LIFE INSURANCE CO. (FLOYD G. FORCADE) Route 1 Freeburg, Illinois Gr. 3-2334 E. A. DAESCH 728 State Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-171 1 DAWN HEIGHTS BEAUTY SALON 1158 Lilac Dr. Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-3259 DINTELMANN ' S NURSERY 1600 State Street Road Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-4638 DINTLEMANN ' S WYE MARKET Jet. Rts. 13 43 Marissa, Illinois 295-8261 EAST SIDE LINEN SERVICE 1112 St. Clair Avenue East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 5-1244 EGYPTIAN STATIONERY SCHOOL SUPPLIES 28 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-5678 FARM BUREAU SERVICE STATION 109 Mascoutah Avenue Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-9301 SYL FIETSAM 1 1 North High Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0175 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Collinsville, Illinois H. C. FOURNIE 313 West Monroe Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-7286 FREEBURG MILLING SUPPLY CO. 409 West Apple Freeburg, Illinois Le. 9-3015 FRIDAY FLORAL CO. 7410 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois Ex. 7-4363 GAYLOR-FOX GROCER CO. 808 Walnut Street East St. Louis, Illinois Br. 1-7515 GEORGE FUNSCH FURNITURE REFINISHING 1221 East " B " Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-3306 LOUIS GERARDI NURSERY GARDEN CENTER Highway 50 one mile east of O ' Fallo O ' Fallon, Illinois Me. 2-4456 GLAUBERS MARKET 8100 Church Lane East St. Louis, Illinois Ex. 8-0025 GUEST TAVERN 4700 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-5720 HAAS ' SCHOOL BUS SERVICE 8700 Concordia Road Belleville, Illinois Gr. 6-5614 HARTELL SHOE REPAIR 17 South High Street Belleville, Illinois P. N. HIRSCH CO. 8 Southview Plaza Shopping Center O ' Fallon, Illinois Me. 2-3828 HOEFFKEN EXCAVATING 601 North 6th Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0986 HOME-BRITE CO. 400 North Illinois Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-4466 DEAN JOHNSON REALTY 4721 West Main Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-2753 DR. R. L. KAISER, CHIROPRACTOR 1103 Lebanon Avenue Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-3364 KASSLY CAHOKIA MORTUARY 1201 Camp Jackson Road Cahokia, Illinois Ed. 7-3333 KASSLY FUNERAL HOME 1101 North 9th Street East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 5-1234 BUSINESS DIRECTORY KEHRER BROS. EXCAVATING CO. INC. 1401 Schilling Avenue Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-1101 or Ad. 3-3655 JOHN KREHER MURAL ART WORK 20 South 42nd Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-7569 KUT N ' KURL BEAUTY SALON 16 North High Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-1525 LIBERSTEIN JEWELRY 222 Collinsville Avenue East St. Louis, Illinois Br. 1-7414 MALLO ' S PASTRY 7714 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ex. 7-4530 MARVIN ' S CAMERA MART 315 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-4810 MERZ PASTRY SHOP 1400 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois Br. 4-1072 JOHN MILLER FLORIST 127 Mascoutah Avenue Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0442 MODERN MUSIC STUDIO 727 Lebanon Avenue Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-8985 MONA USA SALON OF BEAUTY 107 South 30th Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-6433 MOODY PHARMACY 10509 Lincoln Trail Caseyville, Illinois Ex. 7-3807 MUELLER ' S SHELL SERVICE 7800 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ex. 8-9985 NAUMANN AUTO PARTS 411 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-5768 NESBIT ' S T.V. RENTAL 327 Polk Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-8133 MRS. NIDER East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 4-3054 101 CLUB (CY WITT) 101 South First Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-9614 ELDEN PATTERSON 11 South 51 Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-0535 POCHEK ' S I.G.A. FOODLINER 4108 Bunkum Road East St. Louis, Illinois POELKER ' S TOWING SERVICE 22nd Street and Route 13 Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0825 RAY ' S BAIT CENTER 121 Centerville Avenue Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-5293 EB REAKA CAFE AND TAVERN 10501 Lincoln Trail Caseyville, Illinois REICHERT ELEVATOR 600 South lst Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-0184 REISS ' HELPEE SELFEE COIN LAUNDROMAT 5817 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois Ex. 8-9961 RETAIL CLERKS LOCAL No. 219 219 Commercial Building Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-6500 WALTER F. L. RHEIN First National Bank Building Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-4248 RINDER ' S PHARMACY North Belt and Lebanon Avenue Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-3331 ROBIN ' S FUNERAL HOME 417 North 8th Street East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 5-0350 RUDY ' S MOBIL SERVICE STATION 1122 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-9497 MRS. BETTY RUNTE 101 Bluffview Lane Collinsville, Illinois 344-0953 SCHEMPP I. G. A. FOODLINER 1221 West 50th Street O ' Fallon, Illinois W. A. SCHICKDANZ INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY, INC. 110 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-0644 SCHMIDT - WULLER, INC. 113 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0366 A. W. SCHOTT AGENCY, REALTY AND INSURANCE 9 East " A " Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-0727 STEVE SCHRANZ TRUCKING 3600 North Illinois Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-4604 LEO SCHUERGER PRESCRIPTION DRUG CO. 307 Collinsville Avenue East St. Louis, Illinois Up. 3-5021 SCHWARZ FURNITURE CO. 225 West lst Street O ' Fallon, Illinois SEALTEST FOODS 20th and Chestnut St. Louis, Missouri Ce. 1-3900 M. J. SHADID AND CO. 8718 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois Ex. 7-2468 CURT SMITH SPORTING GOODS 100 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-5177 SMITHTON CREAMERY Smithton, Illinois Ad. 4-1078 STIVER ' S TILE AND MARBLE CO. 4115 Betty Drive Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-5187 STUART ' S POWDER PUFF 4717 A West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-5181 TENTING JEWELRY AND GIFT SHOP 2 Public Square Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-6888 TRAILWAY RESTAURANT 10039 Lincoln Trail East St. Louis, Illinois Ex. 7-9646 TRENTMAN SHELL SERVICE Routes 460 and 43 St. Libory, Illinois 768-9920 TWEEDY INSURANCE AGENCY 7500 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Ex. 7-1133 UNION NATIONAL BANK East St. Louis, Illinois VANDALIA BUS LINES, INC. 312 West Morris Street Caseyville, Illinois GENE VOLLMER GARAGE 600 South Jefferson Millstadt, Illinois Gr. 6-2061 WADE SQUARE TOM - BOY No. 4 Wade Square Belleville, Illinois WAINWRIGHT ' S MINIATURE GOLF COURSE 6200 Old St. Louis Road Belleville, Illinois Ad. 4-7788 WALTER ' S AUTO REPAIR 10425 Lincoln Trail Caseyville, Illinois Ex. 7-9636 WALTER ' S GRILL 1960 St. Clair Avenue East St. Louis, Illinois YOCISS REXALL DRUGS 7602 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois Ex. 7-3331 ZEPPETELLA ' S PIZZA CARRY OUT 1813 Vandalia Street Collinsville, Illinois DI. 4-8020 ZINK ' S MARKET 22 West Monroe Street Belleville, Illinois Ad. 3-2700 ' ' VAX ' XA A ' XA XA ' XA ' XA XA AiA -ViAAlA 116 CONGRATULATIONS to CLASS OF ' 64 SOPHOMORE C 1 TILLO ' S MILK HOUSE Three Locations 1721 South Belt 6011 West Main 1421 North Illinois Belleville, Illinois BEST WISHES from PRICES DRIVE IN RESTAURANT 3400 Saint Clair Avenue East Saint Louis, Illinois and Grand Marris Dining Roo m 7300 Lake Drive Catering, wedding réception, banquets Accommodations for 25 to 250 Daily Luncheons — Sunday Dinners CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES to THE YEARBOOK STAFF FRESHMAN HOMEROOM 015 118 GOEHNER EAVES, INC. Furniture, Rugs and Appliances 310 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois WE CARE ENOUGH TO SELL THE BEST ' cltulte _ J intandU One. REALTORS INSURORS 19 South High Street Belleville, Illinois Compliments of ST. ALBERT ' S C. Y. O. President - Don Gross Vice-President - Karen Lee Secretary - Dana Valentin Treasurer - Butch Schwehr SENATE Moderator - Father Albert Jerome FINANCE COMPANY EDDIE ' S AUTOMOTIVE 710 St. Louis Avenue Ea st St. Louis, Illinois ELECTRIC SERVICE R. L. STANLY - MANAGER v(Q) J 1213 St. Louis Avenue ( HrtllI East St. Louis, Illinois Upton 4-5331 STAY READY WITH EDDIE .. J CONGRATULATIONS FROM FRESHMEN C101 Ann Amann Mary Jane Arth Frieda Aubuschon Donna Bertke Kathy Boskamp Mary Boul Sharon Buehlhorn Maria Carroll Mary Ann Chouinard Theresa Colloton Chris DeAntoni Nancy Eichmann Barbara Fak Carolyn Gamble Jackie Hoeffken Sharon Huelsmann Mary Knaus Lea Koesterer Ellen Langen Kathy Mahon Sandy Mauch Linda Miller Patty Mitschele Mary Ellen Moehle Diane Mueller Kathy Parker Mary Poelker Marlene Poirot Mary Racheff Sharon Randle Donna Rausch Jean Saia Rosemary Schuff Mary Ellen Sweeney Sharon Troütman Joanne Viviano Debbie Ware GEORGE RENNER SONS FUNERAL HOME INCORPORATED Chapels located in Belleville, Freeburg, Smithon, and St. Libory, Illinois 119 t Cothedrol Boys Prefer Sending Flowers From GRIMM GORLY FLORIST 324 East AAoin Street Paul Reis Belleville, Illinois Notre Dame Girls Prefer Dole Pork Receiving Them. Compliments of HIS SHOP 3a Southview Plaza O ' Fallon , Illinois BEL-AIR BOWL Belleville No. I Bowling Lones Noon Doy Lunches Served Every Day. 1703 North Belt West ADoms 3-1703 BANK SAVINGS . . . BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 1964 from OFFICERS, STAFF and DIRECTORS of ST. CLAIR NATIONAL BANK of BELLEVILLE Your Convenient Downtown Bank 120 SckL oSSerâ Lincoln Soda Shop " Belleville ' s Sweetest Spot " In the Heart of Downtown Serving Students and Their Parents and THEIR PARENTS Since 1921 Going For A Ride? Getting Hungry? Stop At JOE KINSELLA RON STEIN ' S -n 5® . General Contractor DOG ' n SU DS 10206 Lincoln Trail Caseyville, Illinois EXpress 7-6758 Highway 50 KyQESÊjjÊÆ O ' Fallon, Illinois BECHERER ' S TAVERN GROCERY and SERVICE STATION 2101 West 50 O ' Fallon, Illinois 121 CHILDREN SHOP 121 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois Senior Homeroom 201 PANORAMA LAN ES For the whole family ...Teen-age Dances - Fridays ...AJ.B.C. Sponsored Bowling Best Wishes From FREE INSTRUCTIONS ...Adult Dances - Saturdays YORKTOWN ...Lounge Entertainment - SUBDIVISION Friday and Saturday Delicious Dinner Menu Locoted on Shiloh Road Facilities for Small and Large Banquets, Patrick Gaul Realty Company Parties, Réceptions Exclusive Agents 200 South Belt West Belleville, Illinois AD. 4-1116 ADams 4-2511 jSïEj SPENGLERS STANDARD H W SALES, tmà SERVICE INCORPORATED Complété Line of Tires, Batteries, Janitor Supplies and Accessories Paper Supplies 720 South Lincoln O ' Fallon, Illinois ADams 3-6400 MErcury 2-8834 1521 West Main Belleville, Illinois 122 SHOP LAND 6903 West Main Belleville, Illinois Rexoll Drug, Snock Bar, Bakery, Delicatessen FI I® It is always our pleasure to serve you and we genuinely appreciate your patronage. During our constant aim to maintain the highest standards of quality and service, we pledge our continued efforts in assuring your complété satisfaction. FREEBURG BOWLING LANES Open and League Bowling Route 13 LEnnox 9-9174 Freeburg, Illinois CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of ' 64 Headquarters for P. F. Jolene and Air-Step Shoes IMBERS 199 East Main Belleville, Illinois 123 Congratulations GRADUATES BEST WISHES to the SAV-MART STORES CLASS of 1964 9500 Collinsville Road Caseyville, Illinois 650 Carlyle Road Belleville, Illinois from the FRESHMEN HOMEROOM Cl 20 CHECK THESE FEATURES . . . Quality and value High standards of perfection Acceptance of your judgment Faithful to our promises SATISFACTION GUARANTEED or Tour Money Back 112 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois Phone: ADams 3-5030 HAUSS CHEVROLET COMPANY 1325 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois Phone: UPton 4-1100 ACT NOW COME IN TODAY 124 HULL FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Air-Conditioned New Athens, Illinois Phone: 5-2151 Marissa, Illinois Phone: 2411 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1964 First National Bank of Belleville Belleville ' s Full Service Bank BUNDY OLDSMOBILE 711 Illinois Avenue East St. Louis, Illinois Phone: BRidge 1-2127 CONSERVATORY ST. MARY OF BELLEVILLE 1706 West Main Street Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph Orlet Rev. William Kuhl Rev. Jerome Hartlein REEB ' S QUALITY DAIRY CENTER " Home Owned and Operated " The Best in Food and Dairy Products " Quality Our Standard — Service Our Speciality " 4529 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois Phone: ADams 4-2163 126 Best Wishes First National Bank O ' Fallon, Illinois Bill Buhl ' s AD 3-1811 WISHBONE Restaurant and Cocktail lounge 1801 North Belt West Belleville, Illinois HP To Shop At STANLEY ' S WOMEN ' S APPAREL 300 Collinsville Avenue East St. Louis, Illinois PETE GARDNER ' S FUNERAL HOME 250 Lebanon Avenue AD 4-0419 FRUTH MOTOR TRUCK SERVICE INC. 216 East " B " Street Belleville, Illinois Congratulations For Those Who Core Enough Class of 1964 To Look Their Very Best — It ' s Fashion Headway At LA PARISIENNE FROM A FRIEND 9200 West Main EX. 7-7939 PAUL J. SAUNDERS Compliments of FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FREEBURG FREEBURG, ILLINOIS GO MOBILE Mabilgas ; Fred Arnold ' s Service Station 1 1 th and Market East Saint Louis, Illinois YOU GET THE BEST SERVICE AT MOBILE 128 THE PERFECT SANDWICH SERVICE FOR Schools Bowling Lones Concession Stands Coffee Shops Country Clubs Golf Courses Factories Swimming Pools Drug Stores FREE EQUIPMENT —GUARANTEED SALE- LOWER LABOR COSTS LAKESHIRE SANDWICHES INC. 7926 State Street EX. 8-1990 A TRIBUTE OF APPRECIATION TO THE SCHOOl SISTERS OF NOTRE DAME ACADEMY. THROUGH THEIR EFFORTS, NUMBER THREE DAUGHTER HAS RECEIVED AN EXCELLENT EDUCATION. C.F.Y. I I s RAETZ BAKERY Fresh Do-Nuts and Pastry 1109 La Salle Street Belleville, Illinois BEST WISHES TO The Senior Class of 1964 from So Good Potato Chip Company 129 MEYER OLDSMOBILE Ad. 3-4010 4320 West Main Belleville, Illinois i i I IN APPRECIATION the ACADEMY staff of ' 64 wishes to extend to ail those who made this yearbook possible a heartfelt thanks. A spécial thanks to our principal, faculty, and students for their co-operation in helping us capture the true spirit of Notre Dame. THANK YOU Janet Sax —Editor; Deane Crostarosa — Co-Editor; Ann Gaumond — Business Manager; Peggy Ferris —Art Manager; Marian Buescher — Photography Manager; Mary Ellen Ehret, Mary Kay Galvin, Peggy Hayes. I 131 INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS Kansas City — Winnipeg Yearbooks — Yeorbook Covers Diplomas — Graduation Announcements USA _ 1 J t _ .rm . ■ r —


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