Academy of the Holy Angels - Angelus Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)

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TO HOLY ANGELS' Slus' c 61 Selly ft (dwell, 'Jf Mordsly feswae Used ■ f 1 iV ■ J jS 4 ----- dnrChrist and Mo - flier,. We raise a- loft our brighl blue and gold; With such a r. ; n i tJ'I.J’U a high aim, to win your hon - or, we ting our song to all Hie world; With hearts sin- cere. we lift this cheer:. I Well work un- til our goal is won. Your hon or 25 1 f V 1 V m hot 3 p ) V £ £ m m j j M EE gained. Your rwneac- claimed, ) ■ E--3C e- ► On the day when yourtruth shines dear. P 4'Ej Jj- .ES f P? 7 Hr f =?= = No. IS lyon Htfaly nw sfEditor VIRGINIA JOHNSON Business Manager MARY WELCH Art Editors 'MARIA FRIENDSHUH I JO ANNE LINSMAYER ACADEMY OF THE HOLY ANGELS, MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTADEDICATION With deep appreciation for the privilege of participating in the Ninth National Eucharistic Congress, we, the Senior Class of 1941, dedicate this book to Christ, our Eucharistic King, and pledge our service to the spread of His Kingdom on earth.FOREWORD May these pages mirror the joys of happy school days and strengthen the memories of loved friends and familiar places. Sunshine ami Shadows Where We Come ami Where We goV ' « r Sister Eva, M.A., Columbia University, Principal. Sister Laurent, M.A., University of Minnesota, Assistant Principal, Social Problems, American History. Sister Alice Irene M.A. Teacher’s College, Columbia Geometry, Current Events Sister Bartholomew R.N. St. Mary’s Hospital School Nurse Sister Bcrnadetta Dietitian St. Joseph’s Training School Resident Dining Room Sister Catherine M.A. Univ. of Minnesota Latin, Algebra Sister Charitas M.A. Bush Censervatory, Chicago Dramatic Art Sister Damien B.A. College of St. Catherine World HistorySister Henrietta Teacher’s Certificate : College of St. Catherine Primary Grades Sister Marie B.M. Mpls. College of Music Choral, Voice Sister Mariel B.S. College of St. Catherine Librarian Sister Maura B.A. College of St. Catherine English Sister Mary Alexius B.S. College of St. Catherine Sister Mary Evelyn Dietitian St. Joseph’s Training School School Cafeteria Sister Mary Honor M.A. University of Minnesota English, Algebra Sister Mary Xavier B.A. College of St. Catherine Intermediate Grade Sister Norberta B.M. Am. Consv. of Music, Chicago Piano, Violin, Organ, Mus. Appr. Sister Odile B.A. College of St. Catherine Upper Elementary Grades Sister Patricia M.A. Columbia University English Sister Rose Aurelia M.A. Columbia University Art, Art Appreciation Sister St. Gertrude B.A. College of St. Catherine Home Economics, History Sister St. Rita B.A. College of St. Catherine Typing. Shorthand Sister St. Teresa B.A. College of St. Catherine French, Chemistry Sister Wilbrod M.A. University of North Dakota Bookkeeper Reverend Eugene Moriarty J.C.D. Catholic University of America Religion Ann Marie Garey Director’s Diploma Pasadena Playhouse Dramatic Art Elizabeth Heimbach B.A. College of St. Catherine Physical Ed., German Mrs. William Nelson B.A. Registered University of Minnesota Speech Marguerite Paradis B.E. College of St. Catherine Primary Grades Mary Norris School SecretaryMaking Much of Little Things—BIOLOGY, upper, Mary Lou Murphy, Margaret Jean Kelly, Ethel Miller, Jean Marie Olson. Pump, Pump, Pull Away—PHYSICS, lower, Ann Brandon. Mary Kay Burns, Joan Sifferle, Bernice Mitchell, Mary Steichen.CHEMISTY, upper. Lorraine Elliot. Betty Bell. Marie Friendshuh. Lois O’Connor. A round and Around It (iocs dtid Where It Stops Nobody Knows—PHYSICS, lower Mimi Hixon. Jean Berens, Mary Horgan, Mary Dc Field, Betty Van Hoff. Margaret Mary Halbert.Pondering Over Many Things—LIBRARY.Checking Out—LIBRARY, Jeanne Badeaux, Margaret Halbert. Betty Van Hoff. Joan Cullum.The Lost Chord—Katherine Roth, Violin; Phyllis Mangan, Piano Music Maestro Please Ann Roche, Anna May HouleJo Ann Wilson, Peggy MeGlynn. Patty Gill, Joan Keaveny, Rosemary Garies Adding Color to Life—ART What We Don't Know About Such Things— ART APPRECIATION Betty Gilchrist, Ann Hamel, Pat Unland, Ethel Miller, Joyce West, Jeanne Badeaux, Ann Nolan, Mary Virginia JohnsonBetty Ann Bell, 610 East 58th street. Maxine Binek, 5445 First Avc. So. Helene Blakeman. 1540 Minnehaha Parkway. (Lici33 oj 794 Betty Donahue, 2825 1st Avc. So. Dorothy Donaldson, 205 Wilder Building, St. Paul. Patricia Dorsey, 4401 Curve Ave. So. Lorraine Elliot, 5504 Blaisdell Ave. So. Lucille Erhardt, 1800 Grand St. N.E. Marie Friendshuh, 9520 Lyndale Ave. So. Rosemary Garcis, 4223 Garfield Ave. So. Rosemary’ Habel, 2640 Glenhurst Place. Mary Hale, 4446 Harriet Ave. So. Rosemary Henderson, 5532 Park Ave. So. Mary Frances Hessler, 4105 Jefferson N.E. Ann May Houle, Hugo, Minnesota. Mary Virginia Johnson, 5420 3rd Avc. So. Virginia Johnson. 4929 Lyndale Ave. So. Margaret Jean Kelly, 4801 Washburn Ave. So. Patricia Kelly, 3649 15th Ave. So. Cleo Kennedy, 5032 1st Ave. So. Jean Leber, 410 Thomas Ave. So. Joan Linsmaycr, 2821 West 45th St. Catherine Long, 524 West 53rd St. Lorraine Mangan, 4848 Washburn Ave. So. Madeleine Maloney, 4111 Abbott Ave. So. Jeanne Murphy, 4901 Girard Ave. So. Gloria Nuercnburg, 5141 35th Ave. So. Lois O’Connor, 3736 Vincent Avc. So. Mary Alice Palmer, 3701 Pillsbury Ave. So. Catherine Pritchctte, 3700 Bryant Ave. So. Ann Roche, 3504 Humboldt Ave. So. Jean Rochel, 2210 Ilion Ave. N. Joan Rochel, 2210 riion Ave. N. Eileen McMullen, 4324 13th Avc. So. Ethel Miller, 3626 Garfield Avc. So. Mary Catherine Moore. 4524 Colfax Ave. So. Mary Sheehan, 4624 Washburn Avc. So. Ann Rita Turbin, 5316 Colfax Ave. So. Patricia Unland, 5247 York Ave. So. Bernice Vocll, 4917 Arden Ave. So. Shirley Waddell, 3829 Aldrich Ave. So. Mary Welch. 4919 Colfax Ave. So. Joyce West, 4900 31st Ave. So. Irene Yetzer, 66th St. 42nd Ave.ALORRAINE MANGAN—presided You Must Have Bern a Beautiful Baby EILEEN McMULLEN—VICE p»ks,dhmt ' A tic hors A way r MARY VIRGINIA JOHNSON—secret aryROSEMARY HABEL—hostess Sophisticated Lady CATHERINE PRITCHETTE—reportei The Golden Wedding DOROTHY DONALDSON Hitch Your Wagon To A StarANN ROCHE Youre The One For Me PAT DORSEY A Static's Throw From Heaven GLORIA NUERENBURG What Do You Know Joe? BERNICE VOELL Only ForeverV xHELENE BLAKEMAN Traffic Jam MARGARET JEAN KELLY When Irish Eyes Are SmilingMARY SHEEHAN MARY CA THERINE MOORE Iowa JEAN ROCHEL and JOAN ROCHEL Afy Sifter And MARY ALICE PALMER And The Pursuit Of Knowledge JO ANNE LINSMAYER Dark Eyes MAXINE BINEK Mean To MePAT UNLAND Oh Johnny ANNA MAY HOULE Home Sweet HomeJEANNE MURPHY An Apple For The Teacher MARY FRANCIS HESSLER High On A Windy Hill PAT KELLY Roller Skating On A RainbowROSEMARY HENDERSON Celery Stalks Along The Highway LORRAINE ELLIOT Hands Across The Table BETTY DONAHUE Heaven Can WaitASenior Executive Board—Top. Eileen McMullen, Mary Virginia Johnson, Rosemary Habcl, Lorraine Mangan. Junior Officers—Ann Hamel, Mary Steichcn, Jean Berens, Phyllis Enos, Terry Barker, Connie Rotering, Lorraine McConville. Much Ado About Nothing — Sophomore Officers, Pat Peterson, Katherine Roth, Winnie Reuder, Dorothy Smith, Mary Jean Linsmayer, Betty Ann Lance, Janet Schmitz. G.A.A. Officers—Jean Berens, Mary Jean Linsmayer, Gloria Nuerenburg. Saplings — Freshman Officers, Yvonne Jaeger, Pat Londo, Audrey Boulay, Eileen Collins, Helene Mangan.X + Y = Headache!! History Today—Tomorrowl Eileen McMullen What The World Used To Look Like— Sally Towne, Twoic, Condon, Jean Frass, Alice Feeney. Talking Things Over-Student Council.Hollywood Here We Come!—Julie Manning, Joan Jennings. Mollie Flahaven, Margaret Mary Halbert, sitting; Mary Jean Linsmaycr, Mary Lou Dickenson, Twoic Condon, Midge Clarity, standing. Zduture (fdroad way -S i tarJ Spread It On Thick—Sitting, Joan Duffy, Julie Manning; standing, Mary Kay Moore, Betty Ann Bell.Scouts—Mary Russell, Peggy Farr, Mary Sands. Joan Bleaker. The Quiz Kids—7th and 8th grades—Jeanne Carpenter, Beatrice Haley, Pat Henry, Diane Lagerson, Barbara Lind, Gail McHugh, Helen Budde, Pat Monian, Florence Franklin. Planning Their Summer Vacations—Joan Bleaker, Mary Russell, Donna Lee. Peggy Farr, Sally Driscoe. 'em on 3 November 18—Freshmen Class Party. Tit, Tat, Toe— Betty Gilchrist. Virginia Murphy, Betty Roy, Margaret Mary Halbert, Ann Brandon.11 Senior Social Problems ClassWinners in county contest sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary, Ancient Order of Hibernians. High School—ist Prize, Terry Barker; 2nd Prize. Mary Kay Moore. Grade School—1st Prize, Diane Lagerson. A siker placquc indicating superior rating was awarded the Academy. Betty Ann Bell, Teacher’s Certificate In Dramatics. April 27, 1941 SbM0Lm A emMj I, I Jl Winners in Mid-west Play Festival for Catholic Schools held at Loras Academy, Dubuque, Iowa. Gold medals: Mary Kay Moore and Betty Ann Bell. Silver medals: Patricia Kelly and Gloria Nucrenhurg. Phyllis Fnos, 1 horsemanship awards; 1 intermediate horsemanship, Rochester Horse Show; 1 championship class, Rochester Horse Show: 1 intermediate horsemanship, Winona Horse Show; 1 horsemanship, Saddle and Bridle Horse Show; 1 three gaited horses, Saddle and Bridle Club Horse Show; i three gaited owners, Saddle and Bridle Horse Show; i horsemanship, Jr. Saddle and Bridle Horse Show; 1 champion;hip, Jr. Saddle and Bridle Club Horse Show; 3 trophies from Rochester Horse show; 1 trophy from Winona; 3 trophies from Minneapolis Saddle and Brid e Horse Show; 2 trophies Blue Grass Horse Show; 3 from Minneapolis Jr. Saddle and Bridle Club Horse Show.Alumnae U ivere Guests HoUb ry K°chcf0i Johnson, Mary r- rr Vi’tkh. J°h"Winter Follies—Marilyn Frey, Mary Virginia Johnson, Mary Kay Moore, Jean Leber, Maxine Binek, Mary Ann Ryan, Terry Barker.Watch Out Below: Ruth Horan, Nancy Solbcrg, Jo Ann Ashwell, Pat Londo, Helen Potvin All Set For Cross Country Skiing Dorothy Bettendorf, Betty Ann Lance.March 5, 6, 7—Retreat. March 17—St. Patrick’s Dav Party. 1941 March 1941 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRl SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 % % 25 26 27 28 29Behind the Lee turn— Freshman English Information Please—Senior English Class Latin is a Dead language—Joan Walsh, Pat Peterson, Mary Catherine Geimer, Elaine Chesmorc. ri -SATIN gives a f apprecia POR OUR 0 beautif LANCU1941 April 1941 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT oe 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 _____________________________________ April 16—Annual Card Party1941 Mai SUN MON TUB WED 4 5 6 7 11 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 May 1—Senior Class Party. May 7—Alumnae Party for Seni-May 18—Art Exhibit Tea. May 21—Eucharistic Day. May 25—Senior Class Play. May 27—Senior Assembly. German Class The Art of AppreciationU FRI 2 9 16 23 ) 30 We Eat Again—Eileen Collins, Nancy Potvin, Pat Buckley, Ruth Horan, Florence Yctzer. Parlez Vom Francais—Peggy McGlynn, Mary Jean O’Donnell, Mary Kay Burns, Terry Barker, Ann Hamel. W A Fen’ Horses of a Different Color. Grade School Students.Resident Students---------. s 1941 June 1941 SUN MON TUE WED THU FR1 SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Sky birds— Par Kelly, Helene Blackcman, Lorraine Mangan. June 2—Closing Mass. June 4—Junior-Senior Prom. June 6—Graduation.Thinking of Home— Peggy Leary, Peggy Jean Greeley. Little Tots Playing Jacks— Marilyn Peer, Sally DeVries, Sally Rogers. Midnight Snack— Mary Lou Murphy, Geanne Carpenter, Mary Lou Fraas, Diana Lagcrson, Marie Hutton.A Gallery of Stars Where To?Where Our Quiet Moments Are Spent The Angel Choir Anshus Pharmacy 5450 Nicollet Avc. A. M. Lcitschuh Agency 1222 Second St. N.E. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brandon 4801 11th Avc. Mrs. William Clarity 3935 1st Ave. So. Country Club Icc Cream Co. 5036 France Ave. So. Mr. and Mrs. Fricndshuh 9520 Lyndale Ave. So. Mr. and Mrs. Geimcr 4822 Colfax Avc. So. Dr. E. A. Glasson 6 East Diamond Lake Road Grossman Food Market 2225 West 50th Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hale 4446 Harriet Ave. Dr. A. L. Hamel 4052 Pleasant Avc. Hoyts Cafe 3907 West 50th St. Johnson Gokey Co. 525 Second Avc So. Roy J. Johnson 4929 So. Lyndale J. C. Kelly 3649 15th Ave. So. Kennedy’s Tyrol Hill Addition 5032 1st Avc. So. Knutson Turner 50th St. and France Avc. Dr. Wallace F. Kreighbaum 3100 James Avc. So. George J. Broz 5801 Colfax Ave. So. O. H. Landin Food Store 3022 W. 50th and 5400 Lyndale So. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Leber 410 Thomas Avc. So. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Londo 2737 Pleasant Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon J. Mangan 4S48 Washburn Ave. So. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Moore 4524 Colfax Avc. So. Minneapolis Costume Co. 50 2 South 9th Ohio Picture Frames 519 Second Avc. So. Compliments of a FRIEND Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Palmer 3701 Pillsbury Ave. So. Patrick’s Meat Market 4306 Upton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reuder 5308 Grand Ave. So. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Roche 3504 Humboldt Ave. Mrs. J. A. Roth 4100 Humboldt Avc. N. Ruff Furs, Inc. 5010 France Avc. White Preston Agency Insurance 712 Second Avc. So. Dr. L. A. Schoenlebcns 54th and Lyndale South Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Unland 5247 York Ave. So. Mr. and Mrs. Frank West 4900 31st Ave. So. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Welch 4919 So. Colfax Ave. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Yetzcr 66th St. and 2nd Ave. So. Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Bell 610 East 58th St. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Long 524 W. 53rd St.Belden-Porter Company Heating - Plumbing - Ventilating RAY OIL BURNERS • l for SAFETY A A c( c n i ELECTRICALLY | 65 No. Seventeenth St. AT lantic 1515 i Compliments of CALHOUN SECRETARIAL SCHOOL • Hennepin at Lake 2933 Hennepin Ave. Kenwood 5691 Compliments of RAY F. SHEEHAN TWIN CITY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY THOUGHTFUL GIFTS Of Lasting Beauty CATHOLIC GIFT SHOP 43 So. 8th Street Sterling Silver Rosary. Prayer Books. Sterling Silver Medals. Crosses on Chains. Crucifixes and Religious Pictures. Use Stewart J Quality Paints and Varnishes STEWART PAINT MFG. CO. MINNEAPOLIS MINN. T W Covered COOK ELECTRICALLY 114 South 4th Street Famous for Properly Aged Sizzling Steaks and Nine Sea Foods I ... it’s CLEAN! 1 for SAFETY Compliments Nolan's Golf Terrace Cafe Newest, most unusual building of all time Modernistic - Streamlined Air-Conditioned Nolan's Bakery and Cafe France Avenue at 50th Street MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS "A Quality School Since 1877" Prepares High School Graduates For the Better Positions in Business Ask for Bulletin - Visit the School 24 So. Seventh St. Minneapolis Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of Northern Finance Corporation MINNEAPOLIS COOK ELECTRICALLY ...it’s CLEAN! Be MODERN KEMP'S Peal Quality Ice Cream Instant Frozen GOOD ALL WAYS Kemp's dealers will deliver to your homeCompliments of A FRIEND The College For You is THE COLLEGE OF ST. CATHERINE A Liberal Arts College for Women Education for Catholic ideals, scholarship, health and professional skills. Degree has national and international recognition. Application must be made before September 1st. UNDER THE ADMINISTRATION OF Ole Sidler of Si. ffoiepl For information address the Office of the Dean. Cleveland and Randolph. St. Paul. Minnesota portraitA that win by comparison X K GENE GARRETT STUDIO 1200 Nicollet Ave. After High School Business Training Should Precede All Other Plans s: ! If you look for a job. you'll find it sooner . . . and you'll find a better j; job . . . with Better Business Train- « inq—M.B.C. or course. •• —And if you do not go to college or “ "U", take your Business Training « first. It's the best assurance you will :t be able to finish whatever you start, •t This summer is a splendid time to ’I attend the Minneapolis Business Col- :: lege — it's AIR COOLED. Climate, :i courses and equipment — all the fin- est to be had. first attend the MINNEAPOLIS BUSINESS COLLEGE Nicollet Ave. at 9th St. Accredited by Nat'l. Ass'n. A.C.S.KNAEBLE COMPANY "When We Say It's Oak, It's Oak!" Home Furnishers Funeral Directors 509 lo 515 Plymouth Ave. Hyland 9636-9637 1 1 for SAFETY A Ct ( A ELECTRICALLY Compliments of Be MODERN r 1 1 COOK | ELECTRICALLY JOSTEN'S i For seventeen years CARL F. BLAKEMAN Men's Furnisher • Hatter 719 Marquette Avenue (Baker Block) SYSTEM DRUG A. C. Mclnnes YOUR COMMUNITY DRUGGIST We meet Downtown Prices WA. 1251 4301 Uptown Avenue WA. 1252 We Deliver Prescriptions Properly Compounded are Essential to the Success of the Efforts of Your Physician "Just What Your Doctor Orders" AT lantic 3317 MEDICAL ARTS BLDG. 78 S. 9th (Two Entrances) 825 Nicollet Ave. DANIELSON DRUG CO. 2339 Central Ave. N.E. COOK ELECTRICALLY 1 ...it’s CLEAN! 1 • 3990 Central Ave. N.E. 1 3764 Nicollet Ave.TO HOLY ANGELS' Jlusfc ty fieity A'idwetl, 'Jf fords Sea fesci '3f If :V!- m o + 9 w —" H OH Ho-ly An - gels,_________ .ourAI-ma Ma - ter; Its you'we fight for, Its you we love; With praising 3 5 m 2=1 ± t=i i :r your loy- aJ daugh-ters, lift up their hearts to sing this song; We toast thy name, long may it reign. Un - der - the An - gels gu»d-ing wing; Not with the TO . ■ rri ?W» M 7—r—r—f— | f fl- j f « f l—f 9 x-n A —a— “f ,$==: i —zd — ■ 1 — P V i £ bH--i "t m i 5 s Sword. 5ut by thy word, we go tor- ward to spread tby fame. No. 15 lyon HcalyTO HOLY ANGELS' I' NJ l-i J1 J' m m t) As cff-rinj to our_________ dearChnstand Mo - then • We raise a- loft our brijhf Woe and gold; With such a high aim, to win your hon Or, we «in ovr son to all the world; With hearts sin- a tir i LfM TI No. 15 Uon HvolyI imwE tVimk- rZydfi A Tj+lzu rV'.J0 mm •smlik t%9


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