Academy of the Holy Angels - Angelus Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)
- Class of 1954
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Our growth toward this union can be easily visualized if we compare it to the life cycle of a beautiful flower. pentecost Hope is the foundation of our participation in the Liturgy of Pentecost which marks the coming of the Holy Spirit, our Divine Gardener. He it is Who implants in us the seeds of knowledge; He it is Who nourishes within us hope; He it is Who will bring to harvest the fruit of union with Christ. The Liturgy of the Church reflects this spirit of confidence and trust through the green vestments of the Mass. When the Liturgy becomes a part of our school life, the Holy Spirit elevates all our learning from a natural to a supernatural plane of Chrisflikeness. Each day provides an opportunity for us to live His life whether we participate in class, design a display, or cheer the team on to victory, for then we are growing in an understanding of the Christ-life. chRistmas Joy fills the Christmas Liturgy. While it commemorates the birth of Christ at Bethlehem, it also marks His coming to us. We come to realize that the seeds of knowledge carefully sown during Advent bear within them promising seedlings of love. Chosen by the Church for this season of joy, white, the color of unrefracted light, embodies all colors with selfless simplicity; so, too, does the seemingly helpless seedling contain all necessary elements of the perfect blossom. The happiness expressed in the Liturgy at Christ's coming fills our days with the gentleness of love. Added warmth and energy color our most ordinary activities for we are coming closer to Christ; we are experiencing the joy His presence radiates. Lent Prayerful preparation keynotes our Lenten Liturgy. Like the sprouting shoots across the green- ing fields, the plant of the Christ-life must be nourished and pruned that it may be free to develop. It is, indeed, a real oneness with Christ Crucified that we cultivate during this season. Fittingly, the Liturgy personalizes this realization by omitting the Gloria and vesting the priest in violet. Perhaps no other season more fully influences our daily living. And, because we find peace in mourning with Him, there is no drudgery. Whether it be washing dishes or family prayer, class discipline or preparing programs, visiting the sick, baby-sitting for nothing, or the silence of prayerful thought, all are embraced lovingly as a means of strengthening and perfecting our union with Christ. easteR Exultation resounds through the Easter liturgy. Triumphant alleluias crown every prayer, for truly we have risen with our glorious King. In this most jubilant season, the Church vests her altars in purest gold. With the opening of Christ's tomb, the richness of life reaches full tide, and the swelling bud of our inner life unfolds, disclosing the beautiful flower of close union with Him. Then, as the dropping petals prelude the fruit, so may we be ready for a fruitful life of service to God and His Church. Especially to us who are seniors, graduation sounds an imperative call to live the Christ-life. Lovingly we accept this challenge as we embrace our particular vocations that Through Him, with Him, and in Him we may give all honor and glory to our Almighty Father. Pag® fiv®Lift up our hearts to the holy places. -Psalm 133:2V Protect us under The shadow of Thy wing For Thou art a tower Of strength and wisdom — Psalm 16,60FACULTY SISTER CONSTANCE MARIE, M.A. Catholic University of America Principal, Religion SISTER ADELINE, B.A. College of St. Catherine Bookstore Supervisor SISTER AIDA, R.N. St. Joseph's Hospital School Nurse SISTER ALICE VERONICA, B.A. College of St. Catherine Homemaking, Clothing SISTER ALPHONSE, B.A. College of St. Catherine English, Religion SISTER CHARITAS, M.D.A. Chicago School of Expression Dramatics SISTER CHARLOTTE ANN, M.A. University of North Dakota Religion, Social Problems SISTER COSMAS, B.A. College of St. Catherine Art SISTER GIOVANNI, Reg., B.A. College of St. Catherine Music SISTER LOUIS PHILIPPE, B.A. College of St. Catherine French, Religion SISTER MARGUERITE MARIE, B.A. College of St. Catherine English, Religion SISTER MARIE RICHARD, M.S. University of Minnesota Chemistry, Foods, Religion SISTER MARY ALBERT, LICENTIATE CERTIFICATE College of St. Catherine Organ, Piano, Theory SISTER MARY HUGO, M.S. University of Chicago Mathematics SISTER MARY JAMES, B.A. Colleae of St. Catherine Religion W'JZ UJ SISTER MARY MICHAEL, B.A. Loras College Assistant Librarian r ' n. w a SISTER MARY THERESE,' M.A. Librarian SISTER REGINALD, B.A. College of St. Catherine Physiology, Religion SISTER ROSE EDWARD Cafeteria Supervisor SISTER SAINT GABRIEL, M.A. Catholic University of America Registrar, Science, Religion SISTER TERESA ANN, B.A. College of St. Catherine Latin H- University of Minnesota Co SISTER NORBERTA, B.A. ollege of St. Catherine Head of Music Department SISTER PATRICIA, M.A. Columbia University Religion, English SISTER TERESA REGIS, B.S. College of St. Catherine Commercial SISTER WILBROD, M.A. University of North Dakota Bookkeeper MRS. MARY ANDERSON, B.S. University of Minnesota Physical Education MRS. ELAINE B. CARLSON, M.A. University of Minnesota Geography, History MISS MARY ELLEN FINK, M.A. University of Minnesota English MRS. MARY JO AIKEN, B.A. College of St. Teresa Mathematics, Science MISS KATHLEEN GORMLEY, B.A. College of St. Catherine English MISS MARIE HOGAN, B.A. University of Minnesota English, French, Latin MISS MARGARET KANE, B.A. College of St. Catherine English, Speech MRS. ESTHER KELLER, University of Minnesota —■ Mathematics, Spanish 7} . MRS. MARGARET LEWIS, o.A. University of Minnesota Social Studies MRS. ELLEN NICHOLS, B.A. College of St. Catherine French, Glee Club, Religion THE REVEREND JOSEPH BAGLIO Senior Religion THE REVEREND JOHN CLAY Sophomore Religion Page eighto Light of lifePENTECOST: O Holy Spirit! Your light —of holiness, of hope, of help —is the beacon by which we. Your children, may find and follow the pathway back again to You. It is this light that leads us, as freshmen, under Your Holy Angels' guiding wings, and, after a year of study and guidance, promotes us to the proud rank of sophomore. When, as juniors, our diligent work finally begins to bring forth fruit, we know that at last we have begun truly to cooperate with Your heavenly gifts. We find so many ways in which You manifest Your presence in our daily lives as we follow our activities around the calendar, both Gregorian and Liturgical. How fitting it is that our school year begins with the refreshing and guiding help of retreat, for it is here that we come to understand the true value of learning and the real purpose of living. Through our work in Thespians and dramatics. Catholic drama appears on our stage, thus spreading Your rays of truth to others. Contact, our panel and parties. United Nations and press conventions, safety campaigns and student council meetings—all give us added opportunities to let Your light shine forth before all men.JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Poge nine■ 4 Juniors... Christian Character Bridget Giles, Junior Closs president, takes delight in throwing autumn leaves at classmates who seem to be getting the worst of it across the way. Rose Mary Barber Mary Beaudette Nancy Black Dorothy Break Renee Brambilla Mary Branton Mary Broderick Beverly Burke Madonna Burke Mary Ann Butler Donna Casey Rose Castonguay Karen Chriss Janice Cochrane Mary Coghlan Barbara Colbert Patricia Conway Kathleen Cooper Therese Doleki Lois Dalsin Patricia Dcering Arlene Dickhausen Patricia Donohue Diane Dugan Jeanne Freeberg Peggy Friendshuh Ellen Gile Bridget GilesBlends Wisdom, Action, Gaiety Mary Broderick, Elizabeth Merry, and Catherine Green react merrily as Bridget's gaiety disturbs their reading. Nancy Gjorvad Patricia Granger Catherine Green Margaret Mary Hessburg Kathleen Hickey Carol Hufnagle Louise Hunkins Virginia Jones Suzanne Karnstedt Patricia Kellett Janet Krueger Angela Lamb Helen Lamm Katharine Lane Arlene Langner Judy Lawn Patricia Lind Patricia Livermore Mary Lou Loftus Mary Kay Lovold Margie Lyman Mary Alice McCann Susanne McDonald Mary McFarland Betty McGonigle Elizabeth McNulty Jackie Matthews Marlyn MehrElizabeth Merry Geraldine Miller Marlene Mitchell Darlene Mohrbacher Susan Mulcahey Karen Mullin Janet Murphy Sally Napier Glennorc Narum Barbara Newman Ramona Noonan Mary Anne O'Brien Sheila O'Donnell Kathleen O'Mites Janet O'Neill Darlene Oxborough Judy Peck Mary Jo Pekarna Mary Powell Margaret Preston Patricia Prodahl Sharon Regan Dorothy Reichert Mary Ryan Mary Sarazin Juniors, Mary Jo Walsh, Betty McGonigle, Barbara Seidel, Sally Napier, and Patricia Livermore take great pride in showing off their new class rings. Page fwolveJanet O'Neill, Patricia Pro-dahl, and Jackie Matthews put up posters explaining their class project for the year, work in their parishes. Patricia Schaefer Margaret Schlader Germaine Schmitz Barbara Seidel Rita Sexton Sara Sexton Sandra Shea Mary Shinnick Judy Simonet Jo Ann Skarolid Joan Skidmore Kathleen Smith Barbara Tedder lorolee Teigen Charlotte Timmons Mary Tobin Adrienne Turner Mary Jo Walsh Judy Waters Mary Waugh Peggy Welliver Patricia Wentworth Philomena White Georgia Williams Marita Yanisch Page thirteenBeverly Drozda Elaine Dufort Diane DuFresne Fran Elliott Mary Ann Fettig Julianne Fischer Patricia Fitzgerald Mary Lee Foley Sharen Fowler Rosalie Freiling Lynn Gaertner Barbara Gale Elizabeth GindorfF Barbara Glander Sharon Gleason Eleanor Granger Carol Gross Lucy Hamel Roberta Hamilton Barbara Hannan Mary Hill Marilyn Hornig Kothleen Hudson Mary lacono Having won the spring time race for the swings, Bernice Schulte, Barbara Reichel, and Ellen Russell rejoice over their victory. Pogo fitfeonSjrjsts - - Sophomores... All Work and No Play? Assuming the responsibilities of her new office by presiding of a meeting, Patricia Mullen presents to her fellow classmates the proposed agenda for the coming year. Carolyn Backdahl Dianne Barlell Kathleen Beaudette Mary Beigle Kathryn Benfield Mary Berney Marcia Black Patricia Blessingham Nancy Boeser Carol Botz Jane Breault Patricia Brombach Judy Brown Margie Carlson Rosalyn Carroll Nancy Chapman Liz Collom Sharon Connors Sharron Coughlin Anne Cronin Margaret Dallman Mary Davis Barbara Donahue Sharron Doyle Virginia Doyle Page fourfe«n I Joyce Jaeger Sheila Jans Paulette Jelense Catherine Johnson Deborah Johnson Judy Johnson Patricia Julig Janet Keeno Patricia Kellogg Mary Sue Kelly Judy Kertson Gerry Killian Alice King Mary Knotz Janet Lamb Sharon Lang Maureen Lannan Joanne La Pole Mary Koy Laughlin Florence Lehman Mary Ann Leininger Andrea Leonard Elizabeth Lero Marilynn Lerschen Carol Lewis Mary Linder Claire Linsmayer Judy Louis Sharon Lovo Roberta McDonald Mary Ann McGee Sharon McGowan Sheila McGuire Carol McKusick Sharane McManus Kathleen McShane Lynn Mattes Mollie Meier Mary Miles Mary Elizabeth Miller Mary Mulcahy Patricia Mullen Katherine Nelsen Janet Nelson Constance Nevins Sandra Neuman Ramona Nygaard Mary Kay O'Brien Pogo lixtoonUsing the courtyard door, Carolyn Backdahl, Elaine Dufort, and Barbara Donahue find it provides an excuse for a slow journey in the fall and a fast dash In the winter. Dorothy Oxborough Kathleen Pahl Jeanne Parent Barbara Peck Geraldine Peters Joan Pfeifer Joan Pieper Mary Pierce Sally Platzer Betty Radford Virginia Randolph Margaret Reardon Barbara Reichel Mary Riley Anne Rogers Marilyn Rudek Ellen Russell Betsi Samson Judith Sausen Carol Schlader Bernice Schulte Gretchen Schweiger Mary Ann Setre Louise Smith Sally Steiner Patricia Tait Bonita Talbot Nancee Tennier Elsa Thompson Sherry Theisen Gloria Tures Jeanette Vincent Suzanne Walch Janet Walton Marion White Suzanne Woolsey Pag MvontoenPreporing for their United Nations Party, Rita Le Jeune, Jo Ann McClellan, Evo Tourtelofte, and Janice Knutson express approval of their table decorations. Freshmert . Angels in the Making Millicent Adams Patricia Ahmann Rosemary Allendorf Joyce Anderson Marlys Anderson Patricia Bailey Sheila Berndt Rose Bigelow Caroll Boeser Mary Breault Judy Bredt Barbara Bunes Margaret Buttell Patricia Cairns Mary Ann Capko Patricia Carlin Donna Carlson Elodie Chichester Joanne Clark Judith Clark Bridget Collins Mary Ann Dalton Frederica Danielson Mary Davy Jean Dawson Rebecca Deebach Jean Dickinson Mary Jo Dobbolmann Kathleen Donahue Carol DorffA Karen Erickson Rita Fehrenbach Sandra Findson Carolyn Fischer Mary Kay Frazier Josephine Galka Sheila Gallagher Frances Getchell Mary Jo Giesen Judith Glander Mary Grathwol Lois Grundhauser Mary Jo Heenan Judith Heimerl Sally Henriksen Jo Ann Hite Helen Hughes Mary Ann Hughes Asking Our Lady to guide the United Nations, Betty Klopp, Mary Anne Krokus, and Mary Williams place a globe before her statue. Page ninotcon Beatrice Dorsey De Anne Doughty Mary Ellen Dower Marilynn Eckes Carole Edwards Eleanor Egan Beverly Habberstad Marcia Haislct Sharon Halverson Lois Hansen Mary Catherine Hoppe Mary Jeanne Hartwig Beverly Huney Julie Hurley Carol Irmen Jane Jarzyna Suzanne Jelense Joycemarie JohnsonLinda Joyce Catherine Karnstedt Mary Kenney Patricia Kenney Judith King Betty Klopp Janice Knutson Mary Kobbe Barbara Koltes Jo Anne Konofaos Barbara Kort Mary Anne Krokus Barbara Kuhl Roslyn Lomusga Kathleen Larkin Nancy Lee Joyce Leibly Rita Le Jeune Janet Lenander Jeanne Lind Janice Loch Mary Loula Susan Lovold Jo Ann Lowry Patricia Lowy Mary Kathleen Lynch Sharon Lynch Suzanne McCabe Jo Ann McClellan Cecile McCollins Janet McKenzie Jeanette McKenzie Joan McKusick Jean McPherson Sharon McSweeny Sharon Malek Mary Jean Martin Patricia Martyn Theodora Menges Margaret Mewhorter Pogo JwentyI Judy Johnson and Sharon Lovo give their lunch money to Madalyn Loe, cashier, before joining classmates at noon.Bridget Sexton Patricia Sherman Ruth Silvis Sharon Sir Judy Skoog Carol Smisek Marilyn Smith Susan Sobraske Susan Stadther Sandra Stanek Barbara Taylor Patricia Theroux Eva Tourtelotte Maret Trader Judy Wallrich Mary Carol Wehmhoff Mary Williams Toyse Ann Williams Patricia Wilson Susan Woods Rosemary Woodyord Sharon Yahr Mary Lou Young Maryann Zinn Patricia Chaseley Sheila Berndt, Rebecca Deebach, and Barbara Koltes put on that Angie look after an invigorating gym class-am Smiling Freshies Register; Don Angie Blue It's so big! exclaim freshmen as they gaze in wide-eyed astonishment at the unfamiliar halls and classrooms. But Susan Lovold, Joyce Leibly, Barbara Kort, and Helen Hughes could still beam when the photographer snapped them on the steps. Upperclassmen help freshmen feel at home with traditional AHA spirit of cooperation and friendship as Kathleen Donahue, Kathleen Bufella, Margaret Preston, Betty Radford, and Nancy Pratt gather on the campus to get acquainted. Page twenty-threeWhere Seeds of Contemplation Grow... The greatest drama ever enacted is present on our stage since the increased enrollment demands that retreat devotions and First Friday Mosses move from the chapel to the Mother Seraphine Ireland auditorium. Father James O Connell. CSsR, relaxes the seriousness of Beverly McClellan, Mary Mye, Barbara Boulet, Patricia retreat days as he entertainingly jests with Barbara New- Broat. and Jean Golush await their turn as they prepare man, Jean Sch.b.llo, Patti Davis, and Janet Baskf.eld. for a retreat confession to Father O'Connell Poge twenty-fourand Bear Fruit a Hundredfold Jo Ann Feiereisen, Corol Scholz, and Sus-anno McDonald eagerly help Mrs. G. A. Feiereisen pack as they prepare to leave for the high school press conference dealing with school papers and yearbooks at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Contact leaders, Margaret Schloder, Patricia Mullen, Mary Clare Pierce, Mary Ackerman, Margaret Rogers, Joan Seidel, Madonna Adams, Sandra Shea, Mary Tobin, Elizabeth Gindorfl, Janet Krueger, Dorothy Brack, Suzanne Karnstedt, Nancy Cully, and Jane Burke, discuss the problems and plans connected with their various programs. Pog® tw®nty-five Fashions, Flowers, Teacups ♦ ♦ Faculty members, Mrs. Mary Anderson, Mrs. Elaine B. Carlson, Miss Kathleen Gormley, and Mrs. Margaret Lewis, guests at the tea, enjoy refreshments served by Jeanne Conlon. The annual Thespian Tea, held at Mary Jo Cronin's home, was highlighted by a fashion parade. Diane Ritter, Nancee Tennier, and Mary Alice McCann were among the girls who modeled attractive apparel for the high school student. Poge twenty-sixNow Heed Those Curtain Cues! Murder In A Nunnery creotes on atmosphere of intrigue and suspense until Barbara Kleschulf reveals her secret of concealed guilt to Rita Tholen, Peggy Chichester, and Dan Shea. Miss Margaret Kane directed the production. Bedlam results in The Charm Racket when a case of mistaken identity completely upsets Jeonnine Cose-bolt's already confused boarding, house. Rita Tholen, Barbara Kle-schult, Patricia Scallen, Peggy Chichester, Jane Burke, and Judy Bed-dor all helped the magnificent uproar. The principles of the Catholic Theater Conference find expression in the Holy Angels' dramatic department through the staging of Father Daniel Lord's Joy For The World; The Charm Racket, which wen superior rating in play festival sponsored by AHA; Murder In A Nunnery; and the fostering of the newly initiated Genesian Society. This organization, founded by Sister Charitas, has pledged its support to the Christian ideals of the arc Pago twenty.jevcnConventions, Eager to learn more about the guiding principles of the United Nations are Bridget Giles, Mary Foster, Jo Ann Feirereisen, Mary Hadley, Margaret Rogers, and Sandra Shea, Holy Angels' representatives at the United Nations Conference. Judy Waters, Patricia Conway, Bridget Giles, Dorothy Brack, and Mary McFarland, backed by the whole school, volunteer their aid in the state-wide crusade for safety. At the High School Journalism Clinic, sponsored by the Minneapolis Star and Tribune, the intricacies of newspaper work proved highly interesting to ACHOAN staff members, Judith Sausen, Charlotte Timmons, Mary Congdon, Mary Ackerman, Catherine Schroeder, and Nancy Chapman. Pago twonly-eightPanels, Parties, Foster Community Living Holy Angels sets the pace for better parent and youth relationships during a panel directed by Father William Martineau. Parents —Mr. J. B. Mulcahey, Mrs. Frank Beddor, Mr. R. T. Seidel, and Mrs. Lucy B. Hamel — meet with high-school students, Mary Jo Holzapfel, Larry Hughs, Pat Scollen, and Tom Fron-doll to discuss various problems confronting young people today. Jack Kopischke, Tom Case, Onis Broderick, and Virginia Case head for an evening of well-planned entertainment at the senior dance sponsored by the Mothers' club. Pago twontv-nlnoCouncil, Faculty Engender Rapport Patricio Conway, Margaret ScHlader, Sister Constance Marie, Joan Seidel, Patricia Scallen, Mary Jo Holzapfel, Jane Burke, Bridget Giles, Patricia Mullen compose the Student Activities Council. Cooperation and friendliness ore key words characterizing the relationship that exists between the faculty and the student body here at Holy Angels. The Student Activities Council is prominent evidence of this rapport. At the meetings both faculty and Council members discuss problems and exchange opinions freely. In this friendly atmosphere, solutions acceptable to both are more easily attained. Two specific achievements of the Council this year hove been the publication of a student handbook and a revision of the school constitution contained in the volume. To aid incoming freshmen and transfer students the handbook also contains among its many sections information relevant to the class sections, homeroom organization, general information, special deportments, and all-school activities. Pogo thirtyCHRISTMAS: O Emmanuel! Your birthday then. Your coming now; this is the essence of the true Christmas Spirit. In this season of joy, our hearts and souls are gladdened by Your presence, a gladness reflected in our daily works and prayers. Our Advent wreaths have prepared us to welcome You, our Christmas baskets have helped our brothers, and now, as portrayed by our Nativity play. You have come to us, and have assumed our lowly flesh. At the Father-Daughter Banquet, at our festive Angelus dance, at the many well-fought and hard-won basketball games, in all our seasonal activities, we live and rejoice guided by Your Humanity, dear Savior, for we are ever mindful of Your presence. The staffs of both our school paper, which is dedicated to Your mother, and our yearbook, which attempts to portray our daily living of the Liturgy, praise you through their labors and joys, and pray that You may deem these publications worthy of their purpose and grant to them their goal. With joyful hands we offer you our daily activities as Your birthday gift; we strive to answer Your Infant plea for love. Our hearts are deluged in joy, and with fresh voices cry out our gratitude, for at last, Emmanuel! God is with us!Love Pervades Advent, Christ-Tide Faces alight with the Nativity mystery, Ramona Noonan, Saro Sexton, Solly Nopier, and Angela Lamb depict the holiness and peace of the Christmas scene. Preparations for the coming of Advent are made by Mary Shaw, Sharon McGowan, Mary Ann Scott, and Mary Seifert as they arrange the seasonal wreaths. The Christmas spirit of love is expressed by Jeanine LaPole, Genevieve Gangelhoff, Marilyn Peterson, Jean Brombach, and Mary Lou Mottsson as they pack boxes for poor families. Pog« thirty-on Mary Tobin and Gerry Killian jump for the ball os opposing teammates Carol Schlader and Mary Ann Setre stand by to intercept. Beverly McClellan steals the ball from Sheila McGuire as Sheila Gallagher and Barbara Reichel assist. Cheerleaders, Liz Gindorff, Pat Cairns, Mickey McFarland, and Marilyn Rudek display with zest and vigor the strong spirit which helped carry our team to victory. Get that Ball! Our team — Louise Hunkins, Mary Tobin, Joan Seidel, captain, Beverly McClellon, cocaptain, Sandra Cotey, Barbara Seidel, Janet Keene. Sheila Gallagher, Mary Kay Laughlin, Sharon Gleason, Saro Sexton, Mary Ann Setre, Carol Schlader, and Jo Feirereisen — pose with the coach, Mrs. Anderson, after a successful season of five wins and one loss.The abundant vigor and vitality of the Angies is apparent in figure skating, a favorite sport at Holy Angels, which is being ably demonstrated by Judy Beddor, Elodie and Peggy Chichester. This talented trio starred in the annual Ice Carnival Review, presented by the Minneapolis Amateur Figure Skating Club. Active girls display their receptiveness to all learning, especially when it's such fun. The expert tumbler is Rosalie Freiling, and her nonchalant friends ore Pat Blessinghom, Gloria Tures, and Joan Pfeifer. Tense teammates Marilyn Smith and Susan Woods hopefully watch as Maret Trader successfully serves the ball to the other side. Sharon long and Pat Fitzgerald get roady for a fast game of speedball. To Me He Is So Wonderful . . . Sheila Borndt and Mary Brcaulf's novelty song and dance routine, the Tennessee Wigwalk, was a highlight of the talont program for Dads and Daughters. Mr. Col Karnstedt is ushered through the archway os his two daughters. Cofhy and Sue, greet him under the mistletoe in the traditional AHA Christmas spirit at the annual Father-Daughter banquet. While Mr. G. A. Feiereisen, emcee, sparks the evening with humor, Mr. J. A. Galush and Jean, Mr. M. O. Ellingson and Barbara, Jo Ann Feiereisen, Mary and Mr. C. D. Hadley enjoy the talent events of the evening. Page thirty-fourANGELUS Staff Accents Liturgy Jim Hera and Jeanne Freeberg, Judy Peck and John Bacon, Stan Connell and Lorna Shikoski dance away the evening of the Angelus, an annual dance sponsored for the promotion of yearbook funds. Poge thirty-five Every Tuesday 'til nine o'clock an air of mystery surrounds room 119 as the ANGELUS nears completion, through efforts of staff members Peggy Chichester, Joanne Hanley, Sandra Cotey, Barbara Pfeifer, Madonna Adams, Maxine Engman, Barbara Hartman, Kathleen Faded, Madalon Wochtler, ond Colleen Warner. Standing are Rosemary Gallagher, Mary Anne Prehn, Mary Foster, Jo Ann Feiereisen, and Virginia Trihey. Picture editor Mary Hadley, Co-editors Mary Jo Holzapfel and Nancy Cully, Art editor Barbara Ellingson consult with Sister Marguerite Marie on the intricate details of layout and planning in their efforts to achieve another yearbook of distinction.ACHOAN Highlights Mary's Year Organization is the first step in the production of our school paper. The ACHOAN. Editors Catherine Schroeder, Jeannine Casebolt, editor-in-chief Margaret Rogers, Patricia Scal-len, business manager Carol Scholz, and Mary Jane Ackerman check with advisor Sister Charlotte Ann as they plan layout and copy for another top-notch issue. Senior ACHOAN staffers, Marian Bechtold, Dorothy Cecka, Rosemary Kenney, Carmen Calva, Barbara Hogan, Mary Anne Prehn, Madalon Wachtler, Della Gearty, Judith Beddor, Catherine Leonard, and Barbara Renville, demonstrate the effort required for an exemplary school paper. Pogc thlrty-»ixLENT: O Crucified One! Come mourn with Me. This is Your appeal to all mankind. With all our heart well come, dear Lord; well come by dedicating our classes to you in remembrance of Your Holy Passion and Death. It is through them that we grow each day—grow stronger and straighter in Your Image. In religion, English, and homemaking classes, we learn the essentials necessary to fashion integrated souls, minds, and bodies, all of which contribute to the establishment of a Christian family. Through our labors in science, mathematics, and commercial classes, we unite ourselves in Your Passion and develop on appreciation of order —a vital accomplishment, for order is heaven's first low. Lastly, through prayerful meditation on our vocation in life and careful and unselfish preparation for it, we strive through our daily lives to live with the Church this season of solemn preparation. Humbly, yet filled with quiet peace, we mourn with You, Domine, and at the cross we keep our station hand in hand with her, our sorrowing Mother.Homes Beckon Us, One and All Home nursing, one of the primary subjects taught in homemaking, is effectively exhibited by Diane Ackerman and her brother Doug. Andrea Leonard, Mary Jo Mul-cahy, and Mary lacono, happily examining the results of their efforts, compare them with the directions supplied by Sister Marie Richard. Page thirty-sovonWe Meet the Challenges of Truth and Fother John Clay and George make theological mysteries a little loss mysterious to sophs, Diane Dufresne, Mollie Meier, Dianne Bartell, and Geraldine Peters. The senior roligion panel, composed of Frances Flynn, Barbara McDonough, Jeanne Conlon, Mary Beth Beha, and Rosemary Kenney, use Christ-Centered Social Life as their main theme. With outstanding clarity. Father Joseph Baglio explains to students, Beverly Irmen, Jo Rita Schmif, Della Gearty, and Jean McCarthy, standing, and Rosemary Kenney, Susan Conroy, Mary Anne Prehn, Virginia Trihey, and Jeannette Petersen, seated, the role of the Christian family in the world fodoy.Learn the Art of Thinking Patricia Carlin, Mary Frazier, Carole Pfeifer, and Ruth Silvis figure percentages, amounts, debits, credits, and other problems common to general math students. Algebra intrigues many a freshman, and Judy Heimerl and Mary Ann Capko appear to have mastered the basic facts. Carol Botz, Mary Beigle, and Virginia Doyle convince eoch other of the solid value of geometry In mathematics, then journeyed on to find it in church symbols.In Sundry Taking part in the traditional French play presented by the senior classes, are Barbara Hirsch, Shirley Boehnke, and Susan Conroy. Their production of Sleeping Beauty was beautifully costumed and artistically presented. Little Red Riding Hoods, Sandra Neuman and Marion White, turn tables by offering goodies to the wolf portrayed by Sheila McGuire in the sophomore French presentation. Mrs. Esther Keller, center, displays apparel which she brought from her home in Peru to Spanish club members, Jo Anne Perrizo, Janet Baskfield, Judith Daleki, Mary Klopp, and Jane Gleason, and, in the foreground, Mary Beth Beha and Barbara McDonough.Tongues We Speak His Praise Seniors Sylvia Turner, Barbara Huney, Jean-ine LaPole, and Sally Haeg find Chaucer's Middle English a bit less perplexing as Miss Marie Hogan plays recordings of the Can-ferbury Tales for them. Knighthood and chivalry are brought to life for freshmen Sandra Findsen, Cathy Karn-siedt, Judith Reichel, and Patricia Bailey os they plan their dramatization of Ivanhoe. Karen Mullin, Philomena White, and Mary Ellen Beaudette listen with interest as Miss Fink introduces them to the card catalogue. Sister Mary Therese smilingly takes time out from her many library duties to help Jean O'Hearn and Jeannette Petersen find the books they need for their various classes.Arts, Skills, Sciences Fashion Nancy Pratt, Sandra Cotey, Marilyn Engelhard, and Theresa Jansen heed the advice of Sister Cosmos in their efforts to improve their artistic promise. Having been taught the basic routine of the office worker, Barbara Hunoy. Joanne Hanley, Virginia Cose, Colleen Warner, Catherine Leonard, Mary Ackerman, and Mary Ann Scott put their knowledge to work. Jeon Brombach, Madonna Adams, and Kathleen Bu-tella operate machines while Shirley Boehnke, Jean McCarthy, Maxine Engmon, Mary Hadley, and Mary Kerfson handle other details involved in the all-important production of report cards. Page forfy-two Angel Intellects for Vital Living Hydrogen bubbles ore produced ond controlled with ease by intrigued chemists Dorothy Cecka, Mary Ann Johnson, Barbara Kle-schult, and Mary Ryan. Since weather and winds are much discussed subjects, Mrs. Mary Jo Aiken explains the more technical factors of the trade winds to Mary Kertson, Donna Cosey, and Elizabeth Hamilton. Whether amoeba or plant, the slide proves entrancing to students: Eleanore Granger, Marilyn Hornig, Paulette Jelense, Sharon Gleason, Janet Keene, and to the instructor. Sister St. Gabriel. Poge forty-three“Where Do I Belong?“ Query AHA Seniors In keeping with Vocation Day, Mary Ann Johnson and Diane Ritter make preparations for showing the film God's Career Women. Mrs. Elaine B. Carlson gives advice about the teaching profession to hopeful and prospective students Onis Broderick, Patricia Broat, Bambie Buss, and Jeanette Taylor. Page forty-four Future nurses Susan Conroy, Mary Jo Cronin, and Judy Daleki take advantage of the senior Vocation Day to learn the Why and How of caring for the sick from Mary Jo Korf, a student nurse.exult o eacthEASTER: O Risen Christ! As the tomb opened on Easter morn, so do we open our hearts to receive the fullness of Your divine life. Vibrant with joy we shout our desire to mold our days, our years, our entire existence, in accordance with Your Divine Will. It shall be done! Your grace, the grace of redemption, is with us! Our lives are Yours! With joy we pour forth our music in Thy praise. With our voices, with our fingers, with our hearts and souls, we sing our canticle of love and gratitude. On Mary's day at the Mother-Daughter breakfast, we honor both our mothers and crown our heavenly mother Queen of the May, queen of our hearts. We offer You our purity, our youth, our love, and on the night of our Prom we radiate the joy of this Christ-likeness. May every breath be for You, beloved Redeemer. Allow us to retain in all of life Your Divine Life, praising and loving You, joining with the whole Church in joyous exultation.We Lost Our Hearts to Lullaby of Broadway As the dance progresses. Marion Bechtold, Mary Klopp, Rick Cronin, Pat Scallen, and Don Schmitt decide that, despite the loss of the junior's marquee, the decorations and punch were a complete success. Pat McDonald, Mary Hadley, Jim Carroll, and Carol Scholz enjoy the strains of Lullaby of Broadway os they look forward to a cosmopolitan evening. It ended too quickly, tones the decision of Mel Craig, Sylvia Turner, Mary Jane Ackerman, and Tom Butler as they turn for a final look at Broadway and Fifth Avenue. Page forty-five♦ ♦ ♦ Mothers Join Daughters for May Festivity Enjoying themselves at the May Day breakfast for junior and senior mothers and daughters are Mrs. Boulet, Mrs. Chichester, Peggy Chichester, and Mollie Frey. Mrs. Cotey serves daughter Sandra as Mrs. Holzapfel, Mrs. Wachtler and Madalon wait their turn at the buffet breakfast served after Mass and Holy Communion in the Holy Angels' chapel. Pago forty-»ix Crown Mary Queen of the Angels As a fitting climax to the May Day, the crowning of the Blessed Virgin was held for the first time in the auditorium. A procession of the student body singing hymns to Mary added the background while Mary Jo Holzapfel, Joan Seidel, Jane Burke, and Peggy Rogers attend Pat Scal-len as she ploces the wreath of flowers upon the head of Our Lady. Poge forty-w venAre You Gifted? Clubs, Classes Mature The post dromotk record of Holy Angels is impressive, but no more so than the present one uphold by Thespian officers Peggy Chichester, Catherine Schroeder, Mary Congdon, Jeannine Case-bolt, and Mary Jo Cronin under the expert direction of Sister Charitos. Marilyn Rudek, Bombie Buss, Jane Breault, Kathleen Hudson, and Betty Jacobson find the Camera dub an excellent way in which to indulge their hobby of photography. Poge forty-eightYour Talents With Barbara Boulet, Modolon Wacht-ler, Mollie Frey, Mary Foster, Barbara Hartmann, and Mary Kertson aspiring to the teaching profession and belonging to Future Teachers of America, Minnesota's educational system has a bright future in sight. Sewing thrives in the atmosphere of Sister Alice Veronica's home economic class. Preparing themselves to be truly Christian homemakers of the future are Mary Williams, Donna Parker, Linda Norris, Mary O'Sullivan, Cathy Karnstedt, Jo Ann Hite, Nancy Lee, Sandra Findsen, and Carolyn Fischer. Ubi ignis est? However, the goiety of the girls betroys a less tragic subject. Sister Teresa Ann counsels as Madonna Adams at the lectern leads the charioteers Anne Rogers, Mary Jeanne Hartwig, Rosalyn Carroll, and Millicent Adams in their new duties in the Latin club. Poge forty-nineANGELAIRES—First row: Marlene Mitchell, Lorna Shikoski, Catherine Johnsen, Louise Smith, Rosalie Froiling, Glennore Narum, Sherry Theisen, Mary Alice McCann, Marion White, Pat Fitzgerald, Barbara McDonough, Judy Beddor, Mary Lou Mattsson, Margaret Dallman, Kathleen Faded, Mary lacono. Second row: Carol Scholz, Janet O'Neill, Janice Cochrane, Mary Anne O'Brien, Carol Lewis, Mary Ryan, Sally Haeg, Madonna Burke, Florence Lehman, Jeannette Petersen, Audrey Kotula, Barbara Renville, Audrey Haeg, vice-president, Nancy Cully, president, Ramona Noonan, secretary, and Barbara McDonough, treasurer, join forces to direct Glee club activities for the year. Pago fiftyAudrey Haeg, Adrienne Turner, Mary Miles, Jeon O'Hearn. Third row: Joyce Jaeger, Mary Lou Holmquist, Pat Julig, Mary Ann Leininger, Patricia Lind, Virginia Doyle, Germaine Schmitz, Carol Botz, Ramona Noonan, Eleanor Little, Margaret Hessburg, Theresa Jansen, Nancy Gjorvod, Nancy Cully, Peggy Friendshuh, Kathleen Smith, Patti Davis. FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB—First row: Ruth Silvis, Carol DorfF, Patricia Salden, Caroll Boeser, Donna Carlson, Mari-lynn Eckes, Cecile McCollins, Mary Ann Paffel. Second row: Mary Kenney, Jane Jarzyna, Joann Peters, Frederica Danielson, Rosemary Woodyard, Jo Ann McClellan, Judy Wallrich, Kathleen Larkin, Theodora Menges, Jean McPherson, Barbara Korf. Third row: Roslyn Lamusga, Pat Carlin, Sheila Rowland, Mary Breault, Ellen O'Brien, Mary Hoppe, Margaret Buttell, Sharon Vahr, Marlys Anderson, Sharon McSweeny, Kathleen Ryan, Sheila Berndt, Mary Ann Dalton. Fourth row: Mary Jo Dobbelmann, Judy Bredt, Barbara Kuhl, Rhea Newman, Mary Dower, Mary Hartwig, Janice Knutson, Susan Lovold, Joyce Leibly, Donna Ohotto, Kay Rundquist, Marie Schatzlein, Jo Anne Konofaos, Let There Be Music! Decree Pianists Janet Murphy, Marlene Mitchell, seated, Germaine Schmitz, Ramona Noonan, Judy Simonet, Patricia Livermore, and Karen Chriss listen while Mary Coghlan leads a discussion on proper stago poise, charm, and personality, characteristic of all groat musicians. With the recital but moments away, Mollie Frey, Nancy Knapp, Modalon Wachtler, Eleanor Little and Rosemary Gallagher gather in the studio for a final conference before their performance. Pogo fiffy-lwo'To thee we come, before thee we stand Poge fifty-threeMy dear Seniors: Four years ago you came to Hoi) Angels as little girls to learn to lice reverently and to sanctify yourselves in your student vocation. In the Providence of Cod. your high school years have been spent under the aegis of the Queen of the Angels. The dogma of her Assumption was proclaimed during your freshman year: as sophomores you worked for and won the privilege of sending representatives from your class to select the beautiful statue of Our Lady now reigning in the main corridor as a constant inspiration to all of us. Again the spirit of your class was expressed significantly in the tiny rosary favors designed as souvenirs of your junior-senior prom. When you came Itack to Holy Angels in the autumn of 1953, the Holy Father's statement declaring the Mary Year made you our Mary Year seniors. The Hass on the feast of the Purification, l ocations Day on the feast of the Annunciation, and the other Marian Year activities have kept you aware of your distinction. Your unselfishness, friendliness, sincerity, and purity all Mary-like virtues, your fun-loving spirit. and your deepening sense of true values are fruits of earnest efforts to live reverently and to sanctify yourselves in your student vocation, thus to become more worthy subjects of your heavenly Queen. It is fitting that you. whose high school days have been spent so close to Mary, should leave Holy Angels to carry to a waiting world the Christ she gave to us through the power of the Holy Spirit. The role you have to fill now may not be spectacular in time, but it is important for eternity. Our prayer for you as you enter upon this new phase of your life is Seat of Wisdom, pray for them. Devotedly yours. Sister Constance Marie PrincifHilPATRICIA SCALLEN JANE BURKE I Cry To The Lord All-school social chairman '54 . . . Homeroom vice-president '51, '53, secretary '52 . . . National Honor Society .. . Contact . . . Thespians . . . Genesians . . . ACHOAN . . . What a riot! . . Harlem Nocturne . . Doctor D.S. . . . I'll laugh at anything . . . that smile and style ... a winning way ... to be the first coed at Notre Dame. 2 • My Mouth Shall Speak Wisdom All-school president . . . Class president '53 . . . Homeroom vice-president '51 ... CSMC '52 . . . National Honor Society . . . ACHOAN associate editor , . . Girls' State . . . olives . . . That's really tremendous!” . . . straightforward and determined . . . liked by all . . hopes someday to have nothing to do. JOAN SEIDEL O Lord, Hear My Cry All-school vice-president . . . Homeroom president '51, '53, treasurer '52 . . . Contact chairman '54 . . . Basketball captain '54 . . Jo . . . Maybe You'll Be There . . . steak . . . That's a sham! ... her brother's ordination ... an inner holiness ... to sleep twenty-four hours sans interruptions. Page fiffy-fiw»DIANE ACKERMAN The Lord Ruleth Me Treosurer '54 . . . Notional Honor Society . . . Legion of Mary . . . Maryknoll Sponsor Club . . . Di . . . ovid H.O fan . . . Turtle Sundaes . . . sweet and tactful .. . Doodle-Dee-Doo ... the sisterhood beckons . . . to win $125,000 in American Puzzle Contests. MARY JANE ACKERMAN Thou Art My Helper Secretary '52, '53, CSMC '54 . . . Contact . . . ACHOAN page editor . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Genesian . . . Ah, get out! . . . football at STMA . . . Love Walked In . . . Jan ... to own a home with several Butlers. MADONNA ADAMS The Lord is My Life President '51, CSMC '53, '54 . . . National Honor Society . . . Latin Club . . . Contact . . . ANGELUS . . . ACHOAN . . . History club . . . Legion of Mary . . . Donna . . . roosted marshmallows . . .early buses . . . a smile for everyone . . . Where's Room 179? . . . to go to Lisieux, France. Poge fifty-sixJANET BASKFIELD The Lord Hath Reigned Social Chairman '51, CSMC '52 . . . Contact . . . GAA . . . I'm not dumb, just gullible! ... the day I lost my tooth . . . good-natured plus . . . Klopp's jokes . . . to llndy like my sister, Joan. MARIAN BECHTOLD I Will Trust in Thee Latin Club . . . GAA . . . ACHOAN . . . Contact . . . Becky . . . Just wanna get the facts, ma'am! . . . a bug for Latin ... I Believe . . . quiet and unassuming ... to be pitcher for the N.Y. Yankees. JUDITH BEDDOR Sing Joyfully to God Thespian . . . Glee Club . . . ACHOAN . . . Jude . . . There's No Business Like Show Business . . . hot fudge sundaes with Pat and Jean . . . What a stab! . . . travel by skiis . . . my li'l buggy ... to sport a starched white cap. i Pago fifly-jevcnMARY BETH BEHA Givo Glory to The Lord Vice-president '53, '54 . . . Contact . . GAA . . . Tenderly . . . Here now! . . . will eat anything . . . those long weekends . . . loves Sweden ... to be bench-warmer for Gino Cappelletti. SHIRLEY BOEHNKE Man Ate The Bread of Angels Social choirman '54 . . . French club . . . Shirl . . . I Believe ... All the friendly hornets at AHA . . . the talking radiator In Room 119 ... a true friend to all ... to spread the word of God. BARBARA BOULET Trust In The Lord Dromatics . . . Contact . . . Genesians . . . GAA . . . Don't Take Your Love From Me . . . Oh, doll! . . . hamburgers 'n cole slaw ... I couldn't even get out of the parking lot . . . Constant hair cutter ... to own a red Cadillac convertible. Page fifty-oigh - JEAN BROMBACH To Thee Will I Pray Contact . . . Legion of Mary . . . Harlem Nocturne blond, blond hair . . . rollerskating . . . late people . . Well — not too nice! ... to marry a millionaire. PATRICIA BROAT Thou Wilt Open My Lips Thespian . . . Genesion . . . Contact . . . Pat . . . Sophisticated Lady . . . Jeannie's Convert . . . beautiful red hair . . . memorable trip to Denver . . . soft spoken and graceful ease ... to be a well-traveled Miss. Our God Is Our Refuge CSMC, '51 ... GAA . . . Contact . . . Onie . . . Trying . . . I'll just die! . . . Jeannie's spaghet really has a pull . . . petite and diminutive ... to be an airline stewardess. ONIS BRODERICK Poge fifty-nineBAMBIE BUSS Thou Art My Shield French club . . . Contact . . . Camera . . . ACHOAN . . . C'est Si Bon . . . steaks . . . that darling name that fits her so well . . . Basketball . . . riding . . . loves houses ... to go to France. KATHLEEN PATRICIA BUTELLA Shout Joyfully To The Lord Camera club . . . GAA . . . Contact . . . blue-berry pie a la-mode . . . How do the lockers stay intact? . . . horse-back riding . . . mixed-up purses ... to visit Switzerland. CARMEN CALVA He Hath Converted My Soul Social chairman '51, CSMC '52, Secretary '54 . . . Basketball '52 . . . roast chicken . . . trip to Mexico . . . Dragnet . . . She loves me . . . Corn . . . school without homework ... to be a nun. Pogo lixtyVIRGINIA CASE The Lord Is Just Treasurer '51 . . . Contact . . . Ginny . . . short stuff . . . fried shrimp with fried onions ... the candy bar kid . . . trips to Washington and California . . . French Play club ... to be five feet tall. JEANNINE CASEBOLT Hear, O God, My Supplication Vice-president '51 . . . Thespian president '54 . . . ACHOAN page editor . . . Contoct . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Someday I'll get a license . . . All the world's a stage . . . that certain charm. DOROTHY CECKA In Me Are Vows To Thee Social chairman '53 . . . ACHOAN . . . Contact . . . GAA ... a long jaunt to school . . . Dot . . . Glee club's rendition of Panis Angelicus ... to be as wonderful os my mother. Pago jixfy-onePEGGY CHICHESTER Thou Hast Been My Hope President '53, vice-president, '52, CSMC '51 . . . Thespian vice-president . . . ANGELUS . . . ACHOAN . . . Glee club . . . Chi . . . world record breaker . . . jazz at ice, ballet — anything . . . vivacious gal . . . versatility plus . . . that elusive diet . . . Hawaiian War Chant ... to live at the North Pole. MARY GODARD CONGDON I Will Sing a Psalm President '54, treasurer '52, hostesses '51, '53 . . . Thespian secretary . . . ACHOAN . . . trips to Florida . . . a walking doll . . . How fabulous . . . Congdon . . . sailing, parties, and all good times ... to dance, dance, dance. JEANNE CONLON O God, Come To My Assistance Secretary '52 . . . treasurer '51 . . . Dramatics . . . Genesian . . . GAA . . . president of the Convertibles Anonymous . . . Jeanie ... to go to Africa on a safori. Pago sixty-twoSUSAN CONROY In God Does My Soul Rest Glee club . . . French club . . . Sue . . . head constructor on AHA's First escalator . . . Tenderly . . . barbecued ribs . . . Jesus Food Of Angels . . . skating and football ... to be a kindergarten teacher. My Heart Is Ready Secretary '51, treasurer '52 . . . ANGEIUS . . . indispensable star of the basketball team '52, '54, captain, '53 . . . dependability her middle name ... the best of friends ... to have the power of bi-location. SANDRA COTEY MARY JO CRONIN Lord, Hear My Voice President '51 ... Thespian troop reporter . . . Genesian . . . Latin club . . . Contact . . . Jo . . . Tomorrow I go on a diet! . . . convention at Denver . . . Moon Valley and faulty downhills ... to go to Ireland. Page sixty-lhreaNANCY CULLY He Shall Hear My Voice Glee Club president, '54 . . . National Honor Society . . . ANGELUS co-editor . . , Contact . . . swimming in the library , . . I'd hate to be your guardian angel . . . AHA's contribution to the Aqua Follies . . . priceless sense of humor ... to have patients. JUDY DALEKI Thou Hast Loved Truth Contact . . . Sodality . . . crew-cut . . . hails from North East ... Jr. Birdman . . . live, laugh and be happy . . . quiet but nice ... to be a language stenographer. PATTI DAVIS Glee club too funny force . . . in-law? I Bless The Lord That Counsels Me . . . Contact . . . Legion of Mary . . . that's . . . Tenderly . . . sergeant of the traffic her question — how to be Paul Revere's sister- Pogo iixty-fourBARBARA ELLINGSON Moke Melody To The Lord Hostess '52 . . . ANGELUS art editor . . . Contact . . . Dramatics . . . Genesian . . . Barbi . . . Rendezvous . . . The most to say the least . . . Sheila and her lunch wagon ... the 5 a.m. scissor salon . . . better late than never . . . Jerry Lewis type of humor . . . to be a singer with a voice. MARILYN ENGELHARD To Thy Name Give Glory Mother Bossonwait in the class ploy . . . I've got a complex . . . Why does everybody laugh at me? . . . Rags to Riches . . . hamburgers and weiners . . . Engle or Mable ? ... to fake a trip to the French Riviera. MAXINE ENGMAN Direct Me In Truth ANGELUS . . . Glee club . . . GAA . . . Glockenspiel expert . . . Cene . . . deep fried shrimp . . . that enviable complexion . . . Whatto nut! . . . Student Prince selections . . . coll me Max ... to marry a doctor. Page ilxfy-fiv KATHLEEN FADELL Thou Host Crowned Him With Glory President '53, vice-president '52, social chairman '51 , . . Glee club . . . ANGELUS . . . September Song . . . Kath . . , steak and mushrooms . . . essential for fun , . . leads a merry 'Chase' ... to own the Curtiss Candy company. JO ANN FEIEREISEN For This Is God President '52, secretary '53, treasurer '54, CSMC '51 . . . National Honor Society . . . basketball '53, '54 . . . Contact . . . Genesian . . . Glee club . . . ANGELUS . . . Jo . . . It's a Sin To Tell a Lie . . . sardines and crackers ... the wayward knee-high ... a dreamy weekend at Notre Dame . . . DLS Royalty '53 . . . to sport an RN diploma and a MRS degree. FRANCES FLYNN Thy Fare, O Lord, I Seek Vice-president '53, hostess '54 . . . Thespian . . . Spanish club . . . Fran . . . Dennis the Menace . . . military commander of the crackpot Squad ... A hat happy Hedda . . . you wart . . . class comic ... to be on opera star? Page ilxty-sixMARY ELLEN FOSTER The Lord Is My Hope President '52, secretary '51 ... Notional Honor Society . . . ANGELUS . . . Latin club . . . rare steak with an onion tang . . . intelligence plus . . . Oh, but I missed the bus! . . . Fos . . . Fraid not . . . Milwaukee Press Conference . . . ony girl's best friend ... to gain a pound. MOLLIE FREY Thou Hast Loved Justice Secretary '52 . . . Latin club . . . Music . . . Contact . . . Deep Purple . . . Molefray . . . Watcha talkin' about? ... a true blue friend . . . baseball with oranges ... so slim, so trim , ... to mother a dozen little ones. . strawberry torte ROSEMARY GALLAGHER I Have Waited For The Lord ACHOAN . . . Dramatics . . . Contact . . . Genesians . . . Rosebary . . . You'll Never Walk Alone . . . died three times in Murder . . . Anchor's Away in Rosie's skiff! . . . Italian Spaghetti . . . knows a lot about everything ... to be a success throughout life. Pago »lxty-jov nJEAN GALUSH I Have Declared Thy Truth Treasurer '52 . . . Art . . . Dramatics . . . That makes life interesting . . . chicken . . . September Song . . . combination of beauty and goodness . . . guess I'm only Jeanne ... to be an artist. GENEVIEVE GANGELHOFF The Lord Is My Shepherd Gen . . . Remember Me ... a trip to the city of the Mardi Gras . . . roller skating . . . beef stew . . . graceful height . . . jolly laugh . . . those crowded buses . . . senior retreat ... to own a clothes factory. DELLA ANNE GEARTY Thou Art My Refuge Social chairman '53 . . . Contact . . . French club . . . Legion of Mary . . . Dramatics . • . Glee club . . . GAA ... I can't believe it . . . popcorn ... a voice like a lark . . . Joanne's cousin ... to get a college degree. Page sixty-eightJANE GLEASON I Will Praise The Words Glee club . . . GAA . . . Billy, My Billy . . . footboll . . . Hungarian goulash . . . Let's join the Foreign Legion! . . . trips to the mailbox , . . that tree didn't move — neither did I . . . Inviting smile ... to be a lawyer's wife. MARY MARGARET HADLEY I Have Lifted Up My Soul President '53, '54, secretary '51, treasurer, '52 . . . Notional Honor Society . . . ANGELUS . . . Camera club . . . Junior Achievement . . . basketball '52, '53 . . . Contact . . . Aren't you through eating yet? . . . Sentimental Me . . . hamburgers and French fries . . . genuine pal . . . to inspire tiny tots. AUDREY HAEG I Will Sing To The Lord Glee club vice president . . . Sodality president '52 . . . Legion of Mary . . . GAA . . . Art . . . Aud . . . airplane trip to California . . . Gee whiz! . . . rice hot dish . . . Desert Song ... fun to be with . . . to be a comedian. Pag« sixty-nineSALLY HAEG ELIZABETH MARIE HAMILTON Thou Wilt Be Holy Secretory '51 ... GAA . . . Rizress . . .tennis . . . Italian spaghetti . . . frequent swimming trips to Lake Nokomis ... I don't wanna get my hair cut . . . unlimited generosity ... to travel through Europe. JOANNE HANLEY Save Me, O God Secretary '51, treasurer '52, CSMC '51 . . • ACHOAN . . . ANGELUS . . . Oh, for corn sake . . . hates to be called Joan . . . Latin is my line . . . steak and French fries . . . trips to Louisiana ... to learn something. My Tongue Hath Rejoiced Glee club . . . GAA ... Art . . . Why, yes . . . steok 'n French fries ... I See the Moon . . . trip to Chicago . . . Sal . . . doesn't enjoy arguing . . . niceness is her virtue ... to be a pilot. Page seventyBARBARA HARTMANN Seek Ye The Lord ANGELUS . . . Basketball . . . GAA . . . Contact . . . Does anyone want to buy a band ticket? . . . the chair broke, but honest, I'm not heavy! . . . one of the best . . . No Other Love . . . filet mignon . . . to earn $500 a month. BARBARA LOUISE HIRSCH The Lord Is Sweet French club . . . Camera club . . . Contact . . . GAA . . . Barb . . . Adios . . . You crazy kid . . . Roquefort cheese and chow mein . . . has a yen to fly jets . . . that buttery taffy ... a smile that always wins . . . to be a nurse. BARBARA ANN HOGAN The Earth Is The Lord's French club . . . GAA . . . Bobbi . . . world's first to interview Liberace in an elevator . . . figure skating . . . roast turkey . . . liked by all . . . With A Song In My Heart ... to study music. Page seventy-oneMARY LOU HOLMQUIST I Will Praise Thy Name Glee club . . . horseback riding . . . Rags to Riches . . . home made chili . . . says little, observes much . . . would love o European fling ... to own a stable full of horses. BARBARA HUNEY My Heart Speaks To Thee Secretary '52, '53, CSMC '51 ... Glee club vice-president '51 ... ACHOAN . . . GAA . . . Junior Achievement . . . Loffly, just loffly . . . Robbie . . . French fried onions . . . Once in a While ... TV star . . . conscientious ... to be a legal private secretary. MARY JO HOLZAPFEL I Will Love Thee Senior Class president . . . All-school secretary '53 . . . co-editor of ANGELUS . . . ACHOAN . . . National Honor Society . . . Contact . . . homeroom president '51, '52 . . . teenboard. Young Quinlans and Thomas's . . . M.J. . . . Tony ... pet peeve, Nortz . . . con-sistentent leader . . . always nice ... to have a home like the Holy Family. Page seventy-two BEVERLY IRMEN BETTY JACOBSON My Help Is From The Lord Art . . . Camera club . . . Crying in the Chapel . . . Jake . . . Crazy, man! . . . southern fried chicken . . . makes you feel welcome . . . freshman boarder . . . would much rather ride up the stairs ... so sweet . . . to march to the strains of Pomp and Circumstance. THERESA MARY JANSEN I Will Come Into Thy House Glee club . . . Art . . . GAA . . . Terry . . . Dear John . . . Did I get any mail? . . . pizza pie . . . swimming . . . It's a bigger than both of us! . . . eyes and smile that sparkle simultaneously ... to be a guest on the planet Mars. Give Heed To My Plaint Bevie . . . Peter Piper Boogie . . . swimming . . . hot chili con carne . . . It's mostly on account of because . . . bubbling way, winning smile ... to join the Navy and become a cadet nurse. Page seventy-threeMARY ANN JOHNSON MARY KERTSON My Soul Thirsts For Thee Treasurer '51, '54, CSMC '53 . . . Junior Achievement . . . GAA . . . ACHOAN . . . Mannie . . . Night Train ... I thought I'd flip . . . lobster tail . . . feotured dancer on 'Jack's Corner Drug' . . . dependability is her middle name ... to own an MG sports car. I Will Sing Thy Strength President '53, vice-president '52, secretary '54 . . . Latin club . . . Dramatics . . . Contact . . . Johnnie . . . Always . . . Hurry up, Mollie . . . tennis . • . trips to New York and Bay Lake . . . why must people be late? ... to go to Hawaii. Come, Let Us Praise The Lord Rosie . . . Tenderly . . . hamburgers . . . skiing . . . an old plantation in Kentucky . . . those leaky fountain pens . . . soft spoken, easy to listen to . . . to be an occupational therapist. ROSEMARY KENNEY Page jevcnty-fourBARBARA KLESCHULT The Lord Is My Salvation CSMC '51, '52, '53 . . . Dramatics . . . Thespian . . . skating . . . Klesh . . . Artistry in Rhythm . . . Who me? . . . shipped JS props off to Chicago . . . loves Stan Kenton's progressive jazz ... the villain in Murder . . . valuable sense of humor . , .to be the mother of many. MARY KLOPP Thou Wilt Bless The Just Band . . . GAA . . . Contact . . . Wheel, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 . . . Elmer ... I ain't been so cold since I burned Rome! . . . skiing . . . keeps you in stitches . . . people who don't laugh at my jokes - . . pickles . . . to graduate. NANCY KNAPP My Eyes Are Toward The Lord Vice-president '51, '54, social chairman '52 . . . ACHOAN . . . Contact . . . Nan . . . Etude . . . well-traveled Miss — Texas, Canada, Michigan, and Chicago . . . chow mein . . . comes from White Bear, daily . . . sweetness, personified ... to be like my mother. Page wventy.fivoJEANINE La POLE Be Thou Unto Me A Protector Contact . . . GAA . . . “Because of You . . . chocolate cokes . . . “Denny . . . bowling . . . Really nice . . . those pipes on Paul's car . . . cute and demure . . . to raise a family. CATHERINE LEONARD Delight In The Lord Secretary '53 . . . Contact . . . Junior Achievement . . . With These Hands . . . roller skating . . . Cathy . . . Don't be silly . . . secretarial ability . . . Mike's late phone calls ... to be a ballroom dancer for Arthur Murray. I Thirst For Thee O Lord Glee club . . . Dramatics . . . ACHOAN . . . You'll Never Know . . . roast partridge and wild rice . . . new senior from Detroit Lakes . . . Press conference in Milwaukee . . . trip to St. Louis ... to be a chiropractor. AUDREY ANN KOTULA Page ieven!y-jixjean McCarthy Thou Art My God Contact . . . GAA . . . All righty . . . Blue K.K. . . . trip to Notre Dame . . . football, tennis . . . French fries and steak . . . Deor John . . . sincere . . . just plain nice ... to go to Europe. ELEANOR ANN LITTLE Embrace Discipline Glee club '52, '53. '54 . , . Tenderly . . . roller skating . . . Oh, boy . . . Italian spaghetti . . . I'm gonna join the Waves . . . trip to Longville . . . good humor and a ready smile ... to go to California and Florida. The Lord Is My Helper Vice-president '52, '54 . . . Basketball '52, '53, '54 . . , Spanish club . . . Contact . . . GAA . . . Bev . . . water skiing ... pet peeve — Ingle . . . chow mein . . . active participant in all sports events ... to get married. beverly McClellan Page eventy-»evenBARBARA McDONOUGH I Will Bless Thee Vice-president '53 . . . Glee club '54 . . . GAA . . . Contact . . . Billy From Hill Billy Hill . . . Borb . . . chocolate ice cream . . . big eyes and broad grin ... I don't believe it ... to be a Bill collector. MARY LOUISE MATTSSON Hear Lord My Voice Glee club . . . GAA . . . Contact . . . If I Were King . . . swimming . . . steak and French fries . . . M'Lou . . . that has it . . . really fell for the Johnnies ... to own a Mercedes-Benz sports car. MARY MYE Commit Thy Way To The Lord Contact . . . Legion of Mary . . . GAA . . . Art . . . skating . . . fried chicken . . . fun of the Navy Air Bose . . . Why to Still Water, Mary? . . . that quiet way makes you you ... to be a medical technician. Pago jovonty-eightJEAN O'HEARN Sing Praises To Our God Hostess '51 ... Contact . . . Glee club . . . GAA . . . Jeonnie . . . football . . . Italian spaghetti . . . Hi doll . . . Student Prince . . . eyes that sparkle . . . to have Riches around the house. JO ANNE PERRIZO I Will Sing of Kindness Contact . . . Music . . . GAA . . . Jo . . . swimming . . . This calls for an investigation . . . All The Things You Are . . . blessed with blue eyes and curly hair . . . Flynn's daisy drawing ... to settle down. JEANNETTE PETERSEN O God, Give Good Success Contact . . . Art . . . GAA . . . Glee club . . . Jan . . . You know what I mean? . . . September Song . . . thick steak covered with mushrooms . . . always congenial ... to be a brunette. Pogo jcvcntynineBARBARA PFEIFER The Lord Liveth Contoct . . . ANGELUS . . . Pfief . . . chocolate malts . . . The quintescence of ignorance — she always says . . . Milwaukee . . . So? . . . wants to see old Mexico . . . intellectual gal . . . to make MO words a minute in shorthand. NANCY PRATT Salvation Is Of The Lord Nan . . . Write Me One Sweet Letter ... at home in a hot-rod . . . asparagus tips with marmalade . . . long distance calls from California . . . That's too funny . . . hair that shines ... to join the USN. Serve Ye The Lord CSMC '52 . . . Camera club . . . basketball . . . likes all sports . . . Pete . . . hopes someday to understand chemistry . . . trips to Nebraska . . . nice in every sense of the word ... to be a physical therapist. MARILYN PETERSON Poge eightyBARBARA RENVILLE Hope In God ACHOAN . . . Contact . . . GAA . . . Glee club . . . Junior Achievement . . . Barb . . . Friday nights at De La Salle . . . trips to the west coast . . . No. that's okay . . . flawless complexion . . . beautiful eyes . . . to be on airline stewardess. Thou Art My Support Treasurer '51 , '52, CSMC '53 . . . ACHOAN . . . ANGELUS . . . Contact . . . Legion of Mary . . . I'll clue yah . . . hiking . . . steak and mushrooms . . . trips to Milwaukee and S. D. . . . mixes dances with swollen ankles . . . Blue Moon . . . competent and dependable ... to be a nurse in a doctor's office. MARY ANNE PREHN DIANE RITTER I Speak My Works To The King National Honor Society . . . French club president . . . Contact . . . Oh you're kidding ... Rit . . . new senior from La Grange. III. . . . Harlem Nocturne . . . her embarrassing moment too ombarrassing to mention . . . a new girl we really like . . . Let's face it, Di; you'll never make the Met! ... to be a teacher. Poge elghty-orveMARGARET ROGERS We Will Praise Thy Power All-school CSMC chairman '53 . . . president '52, vice-president '53, secretary '51 ... National Honor Society . . . ACHOAN editor-in-Chief . . . Contact . . . Dramatics . . . Dayton's Teen Board . . . Peg . . . Our Very Own . . . marshmallow sundaes . . . Kath's slumber parties . . • (ar-reaching friendliness ... to teach in France. MARY RYAN Thy Work Is A Lamp Secretary '52, '53 . . . Latin club . . . Thespian . . . Gen-esian . . . GAA . . . Contact . . . second lieutenant in the Crackpot Squad . . . Got your Latin done? . . . Sammy Dragon in Everynun . . . Trip to Denver . . . quiet and reserved . . .subtle humor ... to have a seven day weekend. JEAN SCHIBILLA I Will Bless The Lord CSMC '51, '52, '53 . . . Art . . . GAA . . . Dramatics . . . golfing and swimming ... I got a letter . . . those hilarious rides in Jo's car ... a sure cure for blues . . . swimmin' in the grotto pool ... to have her own TV show. Page eighty-twoJO RITA SCHMIT Delight In The Lord Hostess '51, '54 . . . Contoct . . . Piano art . . . GAA . . . Junior Achievement . . , You and Your Beautiful Eyes . . . Jody . . . spinach and wheaties . . . skiing . . . a secret dream of a co-ed Academy . . . Oh, that Caddy of mine ... to be mayor of Edina. -4 CAROL SCHOLZ My Mercy And My Refuge CSMC '51. '52, '54, hostess '53 . . . ACHOAN . . . Contact . . . There's No Tomorrow . . . You know it . . . loves those blizzards that close AHA . . . Schibilla's halr-setfing spree . . . riotous rascal . . . to go through college in ono week. i CATHERINE SCHROEDER Rejoice To God Our Helper Vice-president '52, '53, treasurer '51 ... Quill and Scroll . . . Thespian treasurer . . . Camera club . . . Current Events . . . April Showers . . . Coth . . . Oh, to get some sleep . . . distant commutor . . . poor form missionary . . . sweet n' sincere ... to have the letters M.D. follow her name. Page eighty-threeMARY ANN SCOTT LORNA SHIKOSKI The Lord Delivers His Servants Glee club . . . Art . . . lorrie . . . Intermission Riff . . . I'm hungry . . . Stancing In The Dark . . . eats, but doesn't gain . . . beautiful baby blues . . . yearns to be a yo-yo champ ... to be able to eat and sleep in every class. Thy God Is Thy Strength Secretary '52 . . . French club . . . Contact . . . I'm glad . . . swimming . . . Italian spaghetti . . . Scot-tie . . . trips to Yellowstone and Stillwater . . . would like to join the army . . . quiet and nice ... to be married. MARY LORRAINE SHAW I Lift Up My Soul Orchestra . . . GAA . . . Camera club . . . Art . . . The Nearness Of You . . . Aunt Mary . . . Oh, horrors ... her three note solo in the orchestra assembly . . . shrimp 'n chow mein ... to revolutionize the Richfield Bus company. Page eighty-four V JEANETTE TAYLOR Thou Host Saved Us Junior Achievement . . . Jan . . . roller skating . . . Italian spaghetti . . . So all right . . . easy to converse with . . . that lock on the middle court door ... to own a pink and lavender tucker. RITA THOLEN O Love The Lord Thespian . . . GAA . . . Contact . . . Genesian . . . Reetz . . . two and a half years at Stanbrook Hall . . . we'll travel . . . height with personality . . . her cultured laugh . . . lobster salad ... to visit Paree! VIRGINIA TRIHEY Be Glad In The Lord ANGELUS . . . Milwaukee press conference . . . Gin-ny . . . lamb chops . . . slow moving people . . . That's that! . . . distributes free passes for hair-dos at Myn-dall Cain . . . Halloween party in Milwaukee ... to complete college. Page eighty-fiveSYLVIA TURNER It Is God Who Is Judge Social chairman '52 . . . GAA . . . Contact . . . Silv . . . II Lone' Sorento . . . hunting . . . French fried onions . . . Don't touch my hair . . .pushing that car all over town . . . sparkling eyes that match her style . . . to own a fabulous big black panther. MADALON WACHTLER Teach Me Thy Way, O Lord President '51, '53, '54, social chairman '52 . . . Cheerleader '51 . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Genesian . . . ACHOAN . . . ANGELUS . . . Sodality . . . Basketball '53 . . . J.A. Veep . . . Sentimental Journey ... I wanna get Rich quick . . . S'Nortz . . . M.J. . . . priceless appeal and scintillating sparkle ... to be as Mary-like as my mother. COLLEEN WARNER In Thee I Put My Trust Secretary '51, '52 . . . Dramatics . . . Thespian . . . GAA . . . ANGELUS . . . Contact . . . Genesian . . . Memories Of You . . Man, that's the craziest . . . hair and eyes like a goddess ... led a frantic '53 . . . swimming lessons in the Coronet . . . appreciation of the beautiful ... to be an actress. Pcgo oighty-JixO Holy Angels, Our Alma Mater; O Listen while we sing your song this one lost time. Recalling fondly treasures stored in each bright note. For every verse is but a key unlocking os we sing Four rooms we've Filled with memories beneath your guiding wing. IT'S YOU WE FIGHT FOR, IT'S YOU WE LOVE; Remember us in freshman year, sporting hoppy hikers. Losing our two locker keys and missing early buses? We learned to lough at troubles after Father Clarke's retreat And gained a senior sister at our autumn weiner roast. Initiation scared us all; the tunnel trip was fun. We laughed and laughed when opera stars performed at our class party. WITH PRAISING VOICES, YOUR LOYAL DAUGHTERS, LIFT UP THEiR HEARTS TO SING THIS SONG; Retreat with Father Bartholme began our sophomore yeor. We dyed our locks to green and went Chinese with ribboned braids. Too soon we met the mourner's bench from our new principal. And every Friday we forgot our world affairs review. Remember our first ANGELUS; St. Nick at our class party,- How Brother Matthew's puppet danced; how Jeon met Dean and Jerry? We lost the Little Brown Jug, it's true, but, oh, remember when The orchestra, playing at the half, brought victory to our team! WE PRAISE THY NAME, LONG MAY IT REIGN UNDER THE ANGELS' GUIDING WING; We welcomed fall retreat with Father Longley, junior year. Ike won elections at our polls,- our quartets brought us fame; And we never will forget the day the Baroness came. The JS brought high hats with its Lullaby of Broadway theme; The Marquee was a masterpiece, how sad 'twos never seen. We had our first closs president, our last year with the boarders. How tearfully we donned gold ties and sang farewell to seniors. NOT WITH THE SWORD, BUT BY THY WORD, WE GO FORWARD TO SPREAD THY FAME! Oh, how we loved our senior year; how close we came to Mary. Our first lost was our fall retreat with Father James O'Connell. We boasted one bright red MG, and starred in basketball. The big new Hub took half our funds. Grand Canyon half our lawn. Remember Barbara's face when she received the formal prize? The time we won the contests — seven winners in a week. And the hours we spent in 119, that deadline soon to meet? Or the blackboard notes in 125 announcing all our feats. Joy for the World, our last JS, and our senior class farewell Yes, Mary's Own Seniors do recall these things so very well. Now that you've heard the memories we have gathered in these years. We gently close the door to them and leave them in your care. And so they'll stay secure with you, remembered by each one. We take away the key with us — we take with us your song.We cease not to pray for you . . . That you may walk worthy of Cod Epistle: last Sunday of Pentecost — ' di Aii4lto unHiLvjvk. Wac J v £. UAnt .-r c.. .i -i — % • - ' ‘ — '- . •— WMt-VTj T MO '- -' ° ' ‘i • UKW t U CWJ - cPXiAMr r JhAoIm . f - £ zujL tala C n arou -f At CS'sfLi. £ Co OLf ' J «AjL -S. ot Co J jtx to XcHA. -A V S$0- cf stoudt 1 i fyjKJUT. C4. 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