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

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5HNCTH PR-RENE Jljf CO -y -- 2 1 lo su ell vH{« t$2 -a.r cfia oaetg (cm MS ° '» ■ Jr, 4 X- ? l OUSly ?3 '■V u. f-tv fc ' t'% A A 5 1 g°° 1£ r 1 pj y ti- A 4 • , , x£ ACx?AA j'yu AA A, c a C?W Aaz { £) 'JbuM o r 2 published by THE SENIOR CLASS V Academy of the Holy Angels Minneapolis, Minnesota v '4 r, a I nuA miuaL L J KMjL .ijou 6UVi oilua U| kMJUxl!) °° a ’ JUUJU 1 JiuL( joo !• CUui JjClLL ) UvJ JdK CUiJ ■ jLlJ ® Qjuto QcuQ«p • 2 o d ow vJluLAjLAjfcf xC UUL uic an4. ij ' ’ ■ g JJ , tio’Xt "Salve Sancta Parens . . . Hail, Holy Parent ..." How gloriously the Church, the Mystical body of Christ, exalts the Blessed Virgin, spouse YKyUjr « A. . fc y h t P vy of Saint Joseph, with this simple salutationl . ( Hoping to deepen the tone of our own grateful Uft} P _• uJevotion to our parents, we join our voices with gr Vvs» ; thtfe Cbjtfch in her joyful glorification of the Holy f )% inspiration and example, we see the virtues | ■ ther and foster-father of Christ exemplified r own parents. We have but to think of our mother to realize in her the unfailing love Mary. We have only to listen to the words of our father to hear in his voice the tenderness of Joseph. Just as these chosen guardians of Our Savior centered their lives around Jesus, so have you, our God-given parents, centered your very existence around us. Supernaturalizing our sincere appreciation of your supreme love and sacrifice by uniting our gratitude with the prayers of the Church, we, the class of 1955, dedicate this ANGELUS to you, our parents. DedicationTo desire what is right and to obtain what we desire. Postc. 0 A a y. The children of men take refuge under the cover of thy wings. Ps. 137.LO-tfU £ yi t hi£ -jax3 J b FOREWORD Joyfully the eorfh awakens to the light of the newborn day. Each separate plane of the living universe eagerly rises to sing its song of praise to the Author and Giver of this new life. Recognizing the fullness of her importance in this drama of re awakening life, the Church joins her voice in tho chorus of praise ascending from the realms of all creation. Gaining in intensity even os the fiery herald of day completes its course, the Divine Office of praise swells and increases with each passing hour. As students, our passing hours, filled with the all-embracing activities of academic life, are united with this great prayer of Holy Mother Church. Realizing the need for guidance during our journey through the beginnings of days and years, four voices beseechingly in the early dawn and chant at the O God, My God, For Thee I Long at Break of Day . . ." words of our blessed morning petition ringing in our hearts, we fulfill our rtake of the fullness of Divine Life through our participation in the Holy the Mass. Looking forward to the undiscovered events which fill each fresh we place our daily work on the golden paten, confident that the fruits of our at ofls will ascend to the Eternal High Priest. Retreat, with its long hours of peaceful T?ontemplation, beckons softly, and we absent ourselves from the rushing world of work that quiet call. Throughout our day we re-echo the fervent pleas expressed our mo 'ning prayer, whether it be as freshmen, begging for guidance in the as seniors, entreating the Most High for protection along the "Confident in the power of hearts uplifted in prayer, we proclaim ot Am-v CH7 NONE- 'Through Thy Statutes I Gain Understanding . . Advancing hurriedly through our day, we pause to turn our minds and hearts once again toward the heavens. As the sun ot high noon holts in its course to solute its heavenly King, so we students break our day in order to continue with the Church J ] if j f the official song of praise to our Creator. We speak to God of the studies and activities which fill our day, and glean from His Truth and Love those ideals which we strive to carry out in our classes and organizations. We know that only by working in the warmth of this Love and in the light of this Truth can we hope to advance securely from time to eternity. So it is that through our specialized deportments, we seek to develop — jJO Wgzar COMPLINE— Ucp tjie gifts entrusted to us by our Maker. Let our mid-day meditation be a joyous hymn of gratitude resounding throughout heaven and earth in proise of the ever-generous Giver of Gifts. Reassured that God has lovingly provided the means of salvation for each moment of life, we happily repeat the antiphon from "He Hath Given His Angels Charge Over Thee . . ." Resting now from the labors of our four years, we once again raise our hearts in praise and adoration to Our Eternal Father in the peaceful prayer of evening. As the sun of our high school days sinks below the horizon, we reflect upon the honors and and accomplishments which have accrued from a worthy stewardship of God-given talents os we hove developed them under His guiding wing. Earnestly we lift up our voices in the twilight, entreating God to recall with us the pleasures of social events and the pride in academic organizations which flow from our participation in the student apostolate. With the Church we pause a moment at the end of day to look into the darkening sky and praise anew the Light of the World. This reflection is especially significant for us who are seniors. Like balm. His quiet peace penetrates our spirit, and His serenity tranquilizes the uneasy tempo of our doys even os if strengthens us to bear in a new day His light among men. So it is that we who have lived our day in the spirit of the Divine Office must continue our course through life repeating in our hearts these words of the Introit, token from the Moss on Graduation Day: "Dilexi fi justitiam . . . Thou hast loved justice and hated iniquity." In this, our last Mass os high school students, we proy God to help us fulfill our vocation. For ours is the invigorating challenge of manifesting to a sceptical world the joyous courage, the selfless generosity, the integrity of Truth and Love, clad in the humble and pure loveliness of Christian womanhood. 'UI lift up my soul to Thee, O Lord Ps. 85.At Our Side... Reolly using their powers of persuosion to escope the mourners' bench, Barbara Colbert ond Margaret Preston cheerfully plead their case with Sister Constance Marie, principal. SISTER CONSTANCE MARIE, M.A. Catholic University of America Principal SISTER ALICE VERONICA, B.A. College of St. Catherine Home Economics SISTER ST. GABRIEL, M.A. Catholic University of America Registrar, Assistant Principal Biology SISTER ALPHONSE, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion, English ) THE REVEREND JOSEPH BAGLIO SISTER CARMENA, M.A. Senior Religion University of Minnesota Religion, English THE REVEREND JOHN CLAY Sophomore Religion SISTER AGNES GONZAGA, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion SISTER CHARITAS, M.D.A. Chicago School of Expression Dramatic Art SISTER CHARLOTTE ANN, M.A. University of North Dakota Religion SISTER ALICE IRENE, M.A. Catholic University of America Mathematics SISTER COSMAS, B.A. College of St. Catherine ArtThey Light and Guard ♦ ♦ ♦ -VO-ftA. VO A VyV _ rv. jr LSl -xS wn sW T U-A 0Jk oJC- 5 3 - ' “ SISTER JEAN PATRICE, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion, Reading Arts SISTER KARL, B.S. College of St. Catherine Religion, Biology AJtfii SISTER LEONORA, L.C. College of St. Catherine Piano SISTER LOUIS PHILIPPE, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion, French SISTER NORBERTA, B.A. College of St. Catherine Directress of Music Piano, Theory, Harmony SISTER REGINALD, B.A. College of St. Catherine Physiology SISTER ROSE EDWARD Food Service SISTER TERESA ANN, B.A. College of St. Catherine Latin SISTER MARGUERITE MARIE, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion, English SISTER TERESA REGIS, B.A. College of St. Catherine Commercial SISTER MARIE, B.S. University of North Dakota Piano, Theory, Harmony SISTER MARIE RICHARD, M.S. University of Minnesota Religion, Science SISTER MARY HUGO, M.S. University of Chicago Mathematics SISTER MARY JAMES, B.A. College of St. Catherine Bookstore Supervisor SISTER MARY MICHAEL, B.A. Loros College Assistant Librarian No blues here! Sister St. Gabriel, assistant principal, checks over the morning notice prepared by Diane Ackerman, office secretary. Page ' n SISTER MARY THERESE, M.A. University of Minnesota Librarian, Library ScienceThey Rule and Guide SISTER VERONICA ALICE, N.R. Bookkeeper MISS MARY ELLEN FINK, M.A. University of Minnesota English MRS. MARY JO AIKEN, B.A. College of St. Teresa Mathematics V J y MRS. PATRICIA W. BAUMANN, B. I College of St. Catherine £j English, Speech MRS. MARGARET S. LEWIS, B.S. University of Minnesota Social Studies MRS. ELLEN M. NICHOLS, B.A. , JJ' College of St. Catherine French, Glee Club nft1. MISS JEAN BERGEVIN, B.S. University of Minnesota Physical Education MRS. ELAINE B. CARLSON, M.A. University of Minnesota American History MISS MARIANNNE PORTER. B rl College of St. Catherine Art, English • 'v v J ' MISS LUVERNE SLAGEL, M.A. G 0 jfl AT ISS PATRICIA COUGHLIN, B.A. I' a (If Y i,' % College of St. Catherine mm I w ' v-ouege or oi. »ainerine i T' English, Social Problems rJTA on the literary fyddef? Miss Moriannb . in the bond le shejr' as JMster Ma librarian, looks on. ' demonstrates her philosopW tho£''a book....„ C ' is worth two on the sheJr as pfsteivfMary .(T fcse, .• ‘ ’jirl fP •. University of Minnesota English, Spanish MISS JOAN WALSH, B.S. College of St. Catherine Home Economics, Home Making  C •v W v "O God, My God, For Thee I Long at Break of Day . . Brilliant in the early eastern sky, the rising sun sheds its warmth and light on the beginning hour of the Church day. Reciting a solemn prayer for guidance and protection, the Church sends forth her own life-giving warmth through the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. We receive the fruits of this spiritual sun in the opening Mass at the beginning of the school year. Preparing us for the inspirational student vocation which is ours, the sunlight of grace floods our souls, carrying with it the supernatural light of truth and the spiritual warmth of love. Christian integration, like a delicate golden thread, binds together the various activities of the year. Its brilliance lights the way by which each one of us may gain a greater understanding of the way in which we are to fulfill our vocation. Step by step we strive to grow in truth and love throughout our high school years. As freshmen we are introduced into a new way of life, a new goal, and our course is set toward its achievement. As sophomores we are eager to continue our journey with teachers and classes to guide us. The junior year finds us advancing toward our goal with augmented social activities and new offices broadening our experience. As seniors we have reached a milestone which marks the completion of one sunlit road and the starting point of another. Through our annual Mother-Daughter Breakfast we pay tribute to our most beloved guide along the way, to our own mother, in whom we see reflected the beautiful virtues of the Mother of all men. In the May Crowning we express directly our reverence for the Queen of the World. Thus we advance through the activities of our school year under the early sun of the morning sky and under the warmth and light of Holy Mother Church. PATRICIA LOUISA CONWAY Christ the King "Pat" . . . All-school president . . . All-school secretary 3 . . . Class president 2 . . . President 1 . . . Latin Club 3,4 . . . Thespians 3,4 .. . Genesians 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3 .. . Contact leader 4 . . . Play Festival . . . Leadership personified , . . "You're kidding" . . . pastime: debating . . . "Swanee River" . . . ambition: to drive a shift car. JUDITH SIMONET Basilica "Simo" . . . All-school vice president . . , President 1,3 . . . Social chairman 2 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Latin Club 3 . . . ANGELUS . . . French Club . . . Honor Society . . . a friendly word for everyone ... "I couldn't believe it" . . . hobby: outdoor sports . . . pastime: diets and dates . . . "Trying" . . . ambition: neither to lose nor forget. MARGARET LOUISE SCHLADER Incarnation "Margi" . . . All-school social secretary . . . All-school CS chairman 3 . . . President 2 . . . Vice president 1,2 . . . Dayton's teen board 4 . . . Contact leader 2,3,4 . . . Genesians 3,4 . . . Thespians 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . winning way . . . "You're jesting" . . . hobby: German vocabulary . . . "September Song" . . . ambition.- to have long hair. Page nineROSE MARY AGNES BARBER Christ the King "Rosie" . . . CSMC chairman 2,4 .. . Glee Club 1 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . AVOC 4 . . . dark eyes . . . "Our Wild Irish Rose" . . . "Mamma Mia!" . . . pastime: eating Italian spaghetti . . . "Eh Cumpari" . . . ambition: to be an artist. MARY ELLEN BEAUDETTE Annunciation "Noxzema Kid" . . . CSMC chairman 3 . . . French Club 4 . . . Genesians 3,4 . . . Thespians 4 , . . Contoct 2,3,4 . . . strawberry blonde . . . "Hi, Sweetness" . . . pastime: riding in Buick convertibles . . . "Sentimental Me" . . . ambition: to meet T. S. Eliot. NANCY BRUNE BLACK Christ the King "BB" . . . Secretary-treasurer 1 . . . CS chairman 4 . . Thespians 3,4 . . . Genesian 3,4 . . . Latin Club 3 . . . . . Contact 2,3,4 ... an appreciated friend . . "Anyone for pizza?" . . . hobby: playing bridge . . pastime: watching for radar warnings . . . "Stardust" . . ambition: to trump Tookie's aces. Pcgo tonDOROTHY MARIE BRAAK Christ the King "Doltie" . . . Vice president 1,2 . . . ACHOAN 2,3,4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Contact leader 2,3,4 . . . Cheerleader 2,3 . . . Legion of Mary 3,4 . creative ability . . . "I'll never tell" . . . hobby: playing taxi . . . pastime.- gym . . . "A Garden in the Rain" . . . ambition: to go to Mexico. RENEE ELIZABETH BRAMBILLA Annunciation "Ray" . . . Genesians 3 . . . Thespians 4 . . . Contact 3,4 .. . Glee Club 1,2,3,4 . . . graceful height ... "I don't even care" . . . hobby: jazz concerts . . . pastime: Harvey . . . jazz by Brubock . . . ambition: to get married. MARY MARGARET BRANTON Christ the King "Mare" . . . Genesians 3,4 .. . Thespians 3,4 .. . Glee Club 2,4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Sextet . . . Legion of Mary 1,2,3,4 . . . Spanish Club 3,4 .. . invariably singing . . . "I'll kill him" . . . hobby: football . . . pastime: riding in convertibles . . . "Bell Bottom Blues" . . . ambition.- to be like my mother. Page elevenMARY LOUISE BRODERICK Annunciation Mary . . . Hostess 3 . . . CS chairman 4 . . . ACHOAN . . . Contact 2,3 leader 4 . . . French Club 3,4 .. . Donaldson's teen board 3 . . . sweet and gracious . . . "Oh, you kids!" . . . hobby: bridge and phone calls . . . pastime: St. Thomas football games . . . 'Tenderly" . . . ambition: medical technician. BEVERLY JANE BURKE St. Joan of Arc "Bev" . . . Genesians 3,4 .. . Thespians 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3,4 . . . French Club 3 . . . always a clever remark . . . "Just a panic" . . . hobby: records . . . pastime: dieting . . . "Maybe" . . . ambition: to become a teacher's pet. MADONNA ANN BURKE St. Richard "Mya" . . . CSMC chairman 1 . . . Vice president 4 . . . Glee Club 1,3,4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . ACHOAN 3,4 .. . quiet sense of humor . . . "Sure, you will" . . . hobby: writing letters to George in Alcatraz . . . pastime: going to slumber parties . . . "Trying" . . . ambition: to marry o doctor. Poge twelveMARY ANN BUTLER Christ the King "Butzie" . . . Vice president 1 . . . President 2 . . . Hostess 3 . . . CS chairman 4 . . . Contact 2 . . . Genesians 3.4 .. . Thespians 4 . . . French Club 3,4 .. . ACHOAN 2.3.4 . . . practical joker . . . "Certainly is fun" . . . pastime: Tommies . . . "Red, Red Robin" . . . ambition: to be as wonderful as her mother. MARJORIE ANN CARPENTER Holy Family "Midge" . . . Contact 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . spirited . . "That's the way it goes" . . .pastime: skating . . . String of Pearls" . . . ambition: to be a policewoman. DONNA MARY CASEY Annunciation "Mamie" . . . Hostess 1 . . . Vice president 2 . . . Legion of Mary 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3 leader 4 . . . ACHOAN 3,4 . . . ANGELUS . . . essential for a good time . . . "Goodie!" . . . hobby: the third faucet . . . pastime: playing "Uker" . . . "Wemoway" . . . ambition: to live, live, live until I die. Page thirteenROSE MARIE CASTONGUAY Sacred Heart "Rosie" . . . Glee Club 1,2,4 . . . Contact 4 . . . AVOC 4 . . . ebony hair . . . "You know what? Oh!" . . . hobby: horseback riding . . . pastime: chonging the tape on her ring . . . "Got You on My Mind" . . . ambition: to marry. KAREN THERESE CHRISS Incarnation "Karky" . . . Hostess 1 . . . CSMC chairman 2 , . . Thespians 3, President 4 . . . Genesians 4, President 3 . . . ACHOAN 1,2,3,4 . . . ANGELUS . . . convincing conversationalist . . . "It's doing it" . . . hobby: caring for her tooth . . . pastime-. STMA . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to get a Ph.D. in dramatics. JANICE ANN COCHRANE Holy Name "Jan" . . . Glee Club 2,3,4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . French Club 3,4 . . . lighthearted . . . "Let's go, kiddo" . . . hobby: collecting bottle caps . . . pastime: sleeping . . . "I Spoke Too Soon" . . . ambition: commercial artist. Page fourteenMARY COGHLAN Sacred Heart Mary . . . Contact 3,4 . . . French Club 3,4 . . . tactful . . . bobby: playing clarinet and piano . . . pastime: ice skating . . . "Some Enchanted Evening" . . , ambition-, to be a jazz clarinetist. BARBARA MARY COLBERT St. Peter "Barb" . . . Spanish Club 3,4 .. . ACHOAN 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3,4 . . . auburn waves ... "I feel so crushed" . , . hobbies: picnics and parties . . . pastime.- football games . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to travel. KATHLEEN CAROL COOPER Our Lady of Grace "KC" . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Contact 4 ... the eyes have it . . . "Oh man! Jeepers!" . . . hobby: listening to disc jockey programs . . . pastime: roller skating with Pat . . . "Congratulations to Someone" . . . ambition: to have a family of seven boys. Page fifteenTHERESE ALICE DALEKI Holy Cross "Tessie" . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . that flawless complexion . . . "You don't know, do you?" . . . hobby: drawing .. pastime: learning new dances . . . "Night Train" . . . ambition: to be a teacher. LOIS DALSIN Holy Name Lois . . . Hostess 4 . . . Camera Club 4 . . . Contact 2,3.4 . . . JA 3,4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Honor Society . . . Spanish Honor Society . . . Spanish Club 3,4 .. . speaks little, says much . . . "Oh, gosh!" . . . hobby: photography . . . pastime: eating on the bus . . . "The Student Prince" . . . ambition: to speak German or Dutch. PATRICIA DEERING Holy Family "Pat" . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Spanish Club 3 . . . Contact 4 . . . soft-spoken . . . "Oh, ya!" . . . .hobby: dancing . . . pastime: roller skating with "KC" . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to visit Hernando's Hideaway. Page sixteenARLENE DICKHAUSEN Assumption Arlene . . . Contact 4 . . . courteous . . . "Nay, Nay!" . . . hobbies: football, hunting, dancing . . . pastime: Crusader Rabbit . . . "Crazy 'Bout Ya, Baby" . . . ambition: to go to St. John's University. PATRICIA DONOHUE Incarnation "Patty" . . . CS chairman 1,4 .. . Treasurer 3 . . . Vice president 4 . . . Genesians 3,4 .. . Thespians 4 . . . ACHOAN 1,2,3,4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . ANGELUS . . . Thomas's teen board . . . blessed with coal black curls . . . "Where's my Kleenex?" . . . pastime: playing bridge . . . "Lazy River" . . . ambition: to be as patient os my mother. DIANE THERESE DUGAN Annunciation "Di" . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . ..Sextet . . . Spanish Club 3 . . . expressive eyes . . . "The Buckhorn, flick, flick" . . . hobby: collecting souvenirs . . . pastimes: fishing and dancing . . . "Half a Photograph" . . . ambition: to graduate. Pago sovenfeenJEANNE MARIE FREEBERG Annunciation "Jeannie" . . . Secretary-treasurer 1,4 .. . Secretary 2 . . . Hostess 3 . . . Legion of Mary 3, Vice president 4 . . . Latin Club 3,4 . , . Contact 2,3,4 . , . ACHOAN 3,4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Genesians 4 . . . Thespians 4 . . . amiable capability . . . "Oh, great!" . . . pastime: train trips to Winona with Liz . . . "Moke Believe" . . . ambition: to learn to play golf. ELLEN FRANCES GILE Annunciation Ellen . . . Confocf 2,3,4 . . . Genesians 4 . . . understanding friend . . . "Don't call me 'Red'!" . . . hobby: making colored brownies with "Sar" . . . pastime: sleeping . . . "Smoke Rings" . . . ambition: to hove black, black hair. Nativity of Mary "Peggy" . . . AVOC 4 . .. Glee Club 2,3 .. . Contact 3,4 . . . attractive ways . . . "Hi, kids!" . . . hobby: art . . . pastime: fun parties . . . "Perdido" . . . ambition: to have a disposition like her mother's. MARGARET MARY FRIENDSHUH Page eighteeiBRIDGET ANN GILES Most Holy Trinity "Biddy" . . . Class president 3 . . . President 2,4 .. . French Club 3, President 4 , . . Spanish Honor Society . . . Genesians 4 . . . Thespians 4 , . . Contact 2,4 .. . ACHOAN 2,3 .. . ANGELUS . . . definitely determined . . . 'To be perfectly frank" . . . hobbies: driving, swimming, reading . . . "September Song" . . . ambition: to learn the Swedish alphabet. PATRICIA MARY GRANGER Our Lady of Grace "Pat" . . . Vice president 3 . . . President 4 . . . Spanish Club 3,4 .. . Thespians 3, Vice president 4 . . . Genesians 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3, leader 4 . . . ACHOAN . . .ANGELUS . . . heort of gold . . . "Oh well, just one of those things!" . . . hobby: attending political luncheons . . . pastime: failing Spanish tests . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to understand Potty Conway's jokes. NANCY ANN GJORVAD St. Peter "Nance" . . . Secretary 2 . . . Glee Club 2,3,4 . . . Contact 4 . . . ACHOAN 3,4 . . . comical comments . . . "Well, anyways!" . . . hobbies: bowling and horseback riding . . . pastime: "Who's got pastime?" . . . 'Tenderly" . . . ambition: to sign up as center for the Lakers. Page ninefeenCATHERINE DEA GREEN St. Stephen "Kappi" . . . Spanish Club 3,4 .. . Thespians 4 . .... Genesians 3,4 . . . JA . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Spanish Honor Society . . . fashion plate . . . hobby: convertibles with the tops down . . . pastime: trips through America . . . "Auf Wiedersehen" . . . ambition-, to learn to drive. MARGARET MARY HESSBURG Basilica "Marg" . . . President 3,4 .. . French Club 3,4 .. . Genesians 3 . . . Glee Club 3,4 .. . Contact 3,4 .. . ANGELUS . . . makes friends so easily . . . "Well, there you are!" . . . hobby: collecting miniature bars of soap . . . pastime: singing and writing letters . . . "Bell Bottom Blues" . . . ambition-, to be as good as my parents. KATHLEEN HICKEY St. Joan of Arc "Kath" . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Genesians . . . Thespians 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . ACHOAN . . . dry humor . . . "Actually" . . . hobby: caddying . . . pastime: going visiting on Sunday with Liz . . . "September Song" . . . ambition: to go to Boulder. Poflc twentyCAROL MARIE HUFNAGLE Christ the King "Huffy” . . . French Club 3,4 . . . Thespions 3,4 .. . Genesions 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3,4 ... a laugh a minute . . . "Oh, if only I hod power steering" . . . hobby: wearing Bermudas . . . pastime-, playing Peter Pan . . . "Sentimental Journey" . . . ambition: to get a bird's-eye view of St. Thomas with Pat Conway. V VIRGINIA MAE JONES Annunciation "Ginny" . . . Contact 2,3,4 ... so easy going . . . "George!" . . . hobby: collecting records . . . pastime: talking . . . "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes!" . . . ambition: to have a family of four. LOUISE MARIE HUNKINS Basilica "Tookie" . . . Secretory-treasurer 2,4 . . . President 3,4 . . . French Club 3.4 . . . Genesions 4 . . . Contact 2, leader 3,4 .. . basketball team 2,3,4 . . . ANGELUS . . . bitten by the bridge bug . . . "How plebian!" . . . hobby: writing letters . . . pastime: pestering "Mickey" . . . "Harlem Nocturne" . . . ambition: to be as successful as my mother. Pago twenty-on©SUZANNE KARNSTEDT Resurrection "Suzy" . . . Vice president 4 . . . French Club 3,4 . . . Sextet . . . Genesions 3,4 ... Thespians 4 ... Glee Club 4 ... Contact 2, leader 3,4 .,. alto exceptional ... "Oh, boy! Muh! Hi, Nuts!" ... hobby: driving the blue bomb ... pastime: listening to the "Four Notes" ... "If I Knew You Were Cornin' I'd a Baked a Cake" ... ambition: to live in peace and quiet. PATRICIA ANNE KELLETT Visitation "Pat" .. . French Club 3,4 ... Genesions 4 ... Contact 2,3,4 ... rhythm in her feet ... "You don't know, do you?" . . . hobby: being an unwanted camera bug . . . "Marine Hymn" ... ambition: to grow a couple more inches. LORENA ADELLA KOCH Annunciation "Renie" ... sweet and unassuming ... "Must be nice" ... hobbies: hunting and fishing ... pastime: sleeping ,.. "Tea for Two" .. . ambition: to run on Erickson's gas station. Page twenty-twoJANET THERESE KRUEGER Annunciation "Jano" . . . Contact leader 2,3,4 . . . Thespians 3,4 .. . Genesians 3,4 .. . Camera Club 1 . . . good natured . . . "Hmmmmmm?" . . . hobby: dancing . . . pastime: waiting for Johnnies to make up their minds . . . "When I'm Not Near the Boy I Love" . . . ambition: to hear "Sar" tell a funny joke. HELEN ALICE LAMM Annunciation "Hot Rod" . . . Legion of Mary 3.4 .. . Genesians 4 . . . Thespians 4 . . . Camera Club 2 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . forgetful but unforgettable . . . "Open mouth, insert foot" . . . hobby: sports . . . pastime: swimming in Florida . . . "The Varsity Drag" . . . ambition: to skate in the Ice Follies. ANGELA LAMB Annunciation "Angie" . . . Spanish Club . . . Thespians 3,4 .. . Contact 3,4,leoder 2 . . . Play Festival . . . poise plus . . . "Guess I'm a little late!" . . . hobby: skiing . . . pastime: beating a Tom-Tom , . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to be a model. Poge tw«nty-threcKATHARINE CROMWELL LANE "Kay" . . . Spanish Club 3 . . . Camera Club 1 . . . kindbearted . . . "Let's foce it" . . . hobby: collecting Johnson products . . . pastime: driving around in a '51 Ford Victoria . . . "Because" . . . ambition: to be as Fine a wife and mother as my mother. ARLENE PATRICIA LANGNER Basilica "Ar" , . . Treasurer 2 . . . Spanish Club 3,4 .. . Gene-sians 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Mono Lisa smile . . . "How toll did you say he was?" . . . hobby: collecting things from Minnetonka . . . pastime: piloting the green drag special . . . "Till We Two Are One" . . . ambition: to be Miss Dairy Queen of 1955. JUDITH LAWN St. Peter "Lily" . . . Spanish Club 3,4 .. . Legion of Mary 1,2 ... Contact 2,3,4 . . . cute as a button . . . "Just call me 'Sam'"... hobby: tournament baskefboll gomes . . . pastime: weekends . . . "So Long" . . . ambition: to have a party every night of the week. Pogo twenty-fourPATRICIA ANN LIND Visitation "Pattie" . . . French Club 3 . . . Genesians 4 . . . Glee Club 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3,4 . . . sympathetic . . . "Anybody got any food?" . . . hobbies: eating and sleeping . . . pastime: waiting for Friday . . . "Tea for Two" . . .ambition: to raise little notes. PATRICIA ANN LIVERMORE Christ the King "Pat" . . . Genesians 3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . why gentlemen prefer blondes . . . "Is that ever terrific?" . . . hobbies: dancing and swimming . . . pastime: Pat and Mike jokes . . . "We'll Be Together Again" . . . ambition: to go to Ireland again. MARY LOUISE LOFTUS St. Peter "Lulu" . . . Secretary 2 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Spanish Club 3,4 . . . JA 3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . sunny smile . . . "Oh, Boy!" . . . hobby: bowling . . . pastime: reading . . . "Marie" . . . ambition: to go to college. Pago twenJy.fiveMARGUERITE C. LYMAN St. Joseph "Morgie" . . . Glee Club 1,4 .. . Contact 2,3,4 . . . always ready for a good time . . . "Guess what?" . . . hobby: swimming . . . pastime: trying to drive . . . "If I Give My Heart to You" . . . ambition: to grow. MARY ALICE McCANN Incarnation Mary Alice . . . Social chairman 1,2 . . . Vice president 3 . . . Glee Club, 1,2,3,4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Cheerleader 1,3,4 . . . ANGELUS . . . buoyant personality . . . "Oh, this is ridiculous" . . . hobby: writing letters to Wisconsin . . . postime: trips to St. Paul . . . "We'll Be Together Again" . . . ambition: to be a teacher. MARY KAREN LOVOLD Christ the King "Mary Kay" . . . Vice president 4 . . . Hostess 4 . . . legion of Mary 2,3,4 . . . Genesians 4 . . . Thespians 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Power's teen board 1,2,3,4 . . . ANGELUS . . . spontaneous smile . . . "Guess whot?" . . . hobby: writing letters . . . pastime: driving my Olds . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to graduate from AHA. Page twenty-sixELIZABETH LOUISE McGONIGLE St. Rose of Lima "Betty'' . . . Vice president 1,2,3 . . . French Club 3,4 . . . Honor Society . . . Contact 2,4 . . . ACHOAN 2,3 .. . Editor 4 . . . magnanimous . . . "Please hurry, you know?" . . . pastime: running Betty's Big Busy Bus Business . . . "September Song" . . . ambition-, to sloop for a week. Incarnation "Sue" . . . Latin Club 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3,4 . . . AVOC 3 . . . ACHOAN . . . ANGELUS . . . basketball 2 . . . friendly . . . hobbies: photography and traveling . . . pastimes: sports and sleeping . . . "Blue Danube Waltz" . . . ambition: to be a teacher. Annunciation "Mickey" . . . Class President 4 . . . President 1 . . . Girls State . . . Spanish Club 3,4 .. . Legion of Mary 3, President 4 . . . Thespians 3, Secretary 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Honor Society . . . Cheerleader 1,3 .. . Spanish Honor Society . . . ACHOAN 2,3,4 . . . vivacious . . . "Would' Cha Not?" . . . pastime: reciting poetry at slumber parties . . . "Whee, Baby!" . . . ambition: to marry a Scotsman. susanne McDonald mary McFarland Page rwenty.jevcnELIZABETH ANN McNULTY Annunciation "Liz" . . . Spanish Club 3,4 .. . Contact 2,4 ... a character with a capital "C" . . . "This calls for a U turn" . . . hobby: caddying . . . postime: going barefoot . . . "Once in a While" . . . ambition: to learn judo. MARY JACQUELINE MATTHEWS Resurrection "Jackie" . . . French Club 3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . graceful . . . "Well, really!" . . . hobby: wafer sports . . . pastime: disc jockey programs . . . "My Heart Belongs to Only You" . . . ambition: fashion modeling. MARLYN MEHR Annunciation "Mar" , . . French Club 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Legion of Mary 3 . . . JA Secretary-treasurer 3 . . . thoughtful .. . "Bird-bait!" . . , hobby: trips to the mailbox . . . pastime: going to Forest Lake . . . "Cara Mia" . . .ambition: to be called "Lyn." Page twenty-eight DARLENE MOHRBACHER Our Lady of Grace "Dar" . . . Vice president 3 . . . Secretary-treasurer 2 . . . AVOC . . . French Club 3,4 . . . Genesians 4 . , . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Honor Society . . . bubbling sense of humor . . . "Are you casual!" . . . hobby: plastering her bulletin board . . . pastime: listening to "Gram" . . . "Minnesota Rouser" . . .ambition: to sell T-shirts to Marlon Brando. MARLENE HELEN MITCHELL St. Kevin "Mitch" . . . Glee Club 2,3 . . . Contact 4 . . . short but sweet . . . "Why lie?" . . . hobby: playing the piano . . . pastime: dancing . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition-, to be a nun. ELIZABETH MARGARET MERRY Annunciation "Liz" . . . Secretary-treasurer 4 . . . Latin Club 3,4 . . . Legion of Mary 3,4 .. . Thespians 3,4 .. . Genesians 3,4 .. . Honor Society . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . AN-GELUS Co-editor . . . gracious dignity . . . "Oh, really?" . . . letters from England and Germany . . . pastime: going to Winona with Jeanne . . . "Stardust" . . . ambition: to get some sleep. Page twenty-nineSUSAN ANN MULCAHEY Annunciation "Sue" . . . Secretary 1 . . . CSMC chairman 3 . . . . French 3,4 .. . Legion of Mary 3,4 .. . Thespians 3, Treasurer 4 . . . Genesians 4, Secretary 3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . ACHOAN . . . perpetual motion . . . "Anybody got any food?" . . . hobby: sailing to the "Island" . . . pastime: dueling with "Mickey" . . . "Shine" . . . ambition: to be the first woman President of U.S. KAREN ANN MULLIN Our Lady of Grace Karen . . . Hostess 1 . . . Secretary 2 . . . Thespians 3,4 . . . Genesians 3.4 .. . Contact 2,4 , Play Festival . . . French Club 3,4 .. . stylish charm . . . "You know it" . . . hobby: conventions . . . pastime: laughing and dancing . . . "It Was Just One of Those Things" . . . ambition: to get an MRS degree in five years. JANET MURPHY Christ the King "Murph" . . . Latin Club 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Genesians . . . full of fun and fancy-free . . . "Have you done your Latin?" . . . hobby: football games . . . pastime: trips to the library . . . any song by The Four Freshmen . . . ambition: to own a motorcycle. Pago thirtySARA ANTOINETTE NAPIER Assumption "Solly" . . . Spanish 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Contact 2,4 .. . all around good sport . . . "Hove you tried Gaffney's Cough Syrup?" . . , hobbies: skiing and riding . . . pastime: driving . . . "Cara Mia" . . . ambition: to be a nurse. GLENNORE NARUM Basilica "Kim" . . . JA 4 . . . Genesians 4 . . . Camera 4 . . . Glee Club 3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . twinkle in her eye . . . "That's really tremendous" . . . pastime: lindying and tennis . . . "Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair" . . . ambition: to be as much like Mary as my mother. BARBARA PATRICIA NEWMAN Nativity "Barb" . . . Latin Club 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . ACHOAN . . . ANGELUS ... so matter of fact . . . "May I use the car?" . . . hobbies: bowling and bridge . . . pastime: going to Duluth . . . "Pomp and Circumstance" . . . ambition: to graduate. Pofjo Ihirty on©RAMONA MARY NOONAN St. John the Baptist "Mono" . . . President 2 . . . Vice president 3 . . . Treasurer 4 . . . AVOC 4 . . . Glee Club 2, Director and Secretary 3, Vice president 4 . . . All-school accompanist 2,3,4 . . . musically inclined . . . "Oh, I'm going out of my head" . . . hobby: horseback riding . . . pastime: getting letters from Korea . . . Chopin's "Polonaise" . . . ambition.- to type as fast os Sister Teresa Regis. MARY ANNE O'BRIEN St. Peter "Swede" . . . CSMC chairman 1,2 .. . Secretary 3 . . . Secretary-treasurer 4 . . . Glee Club 1,3,4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Sextet . . . ACHOAN 3,4 .. . Bloomington Royalty . . . affable ... "I don't take dares" . . . hobby: having slumber parties . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to teach little ones. SHEILA O'DONNELL Our Lady of Grace "Sod" . . . CSMC choirman 1 . . . French Club 3,4 . . . Thespians 3,4 .. . Genesians 3,4 . . . Contact 3,4, leader 2 . . . AVOC 4 . . . basketball 2 . . . photogenic . . . "Oh no, you're kidding" . . . hobby: trips to St. Paul . . . pastime: Blake football games . . . "There's No Tomorrow" . . . ambition: to move to Cleveland. Page thirty-twoKATHLEEN ELIZABETH OMITES Incarnation "Kate" . . . Camera Club 1,2,3,4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . essence of congeniality . . . "What a blast" . . . hobby: working at the Radio City . . . pastime: roller skating . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to have a family patterned after the Holy Family. JANET LOUISE O'NEILL St. Stephen "Jan" . . . Glee Club 3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . outstanding beauty . . . "Never can tell" . . . hobbies: ice and roller skating . . . pastime: John . . . "Sway" . . . ambition: wants to be as wonderful as my mother. DARLENE MARY OXBOROUGH Nativity of Mary "Dar" . . . Camera Club 4 . . . Contact 3,4 .. . five foot two, eyes of blue . . . "You're a doll" . . . hobby: going on picnics in October . . . postime: late phone colls . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to be an airline hostess. Poge ihirty-ihreoMARGARET ANN PRESTON St. Stephen "Polly" . . . Secretory 4 . . . Spanish Club 3,4 , . . AVOC 3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 ... a good word for all . . . "Don't rush me" . . . hobby: sailing . . . pastime: day dreaming . . . "Be My Love" . . . ambition: would like to ieacn Kindergarten. RUTH PATZNER St. Peter "Putz" . . . Genesians 4 . . . Contact 4 . . . fascinating smile . . . new senior from Winona Cotter . . . "Oh, honestly" . . , pastime: trips to her home town . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to be a success. PATRICIA ELAINE PRODAHL Assumption "Pat" . . . Contact 3,4 .. . quiet cordiality . . . "Oh, come off it" . . . hobby: all out-door sports . . . pastimes: sleeping and watching Captoin II on TV ... "I Need You Now" . . . ambition: to raise a family of six. Page ihlrly-fourSHARON REGAN Annunciation "Shreg" . . . French Club 3,4 .. . Thespians 3,4 .. . Genesians 3,4 .. . Contact 2,3 .. . ready wit . . . the poet . . . "Don't get clutched" . . . hobby: keeping the Three Musketeers together . . . pastime: teen board at Sears and Reganbuck . . . "The Nearness of You" . . . ambition: to raise a little tiger. ▼ DOROTHY REICHERT Holy Name "Dolly" . . . Spanish Club 3,4 . . . JA 3 . . . Contact 3,4 .. . President of AVOC 3,4 .. . Glee Club 2 . . . always ready to help . . . "Lois, you're late again" . . . hobbies: dancing and skating . . . postime: eating on the bus . . . "I Spoke Too Soon" . . . ambition: to be a nurse. SUZANNE ROHR Good Shepherd "Suzie" . . . Spanish Club 4 . . . Genesians 4 . . . Thespians 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Contact 4 . . . straightforward . . . "It went over like a lead balloon" . . . pastime: sports . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to be a good mother. Page thirty-fiveMARY ELIZABETH RYAN Incarnation Mary . . . Vice president I . . . Secretary 3 . . . Treasurer 2 . . . CSMC chairman 1,2,3 . . . French Club 3,4 . . . Glee Club 1,3, President 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . flare for fashion . . . "Hi, Sweety" . . . pastime: letters to Johnnyville . . . "No Other Love" . . . ambition: to be as fine o woman as my mother is. MARY EILEEN SARAZIN Annunciation "Sar" . . . Secretary-treasurer 3 . . . Genesians 4 . . . Thespians 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . ACHOAN 3 . . . ANGELUS ... a winsome wit . . . "Oh, ish!!!" . . . hobby: learning to drive . . . pastime-, telling stale jokes . . . "Harlem Nocturne" . . . ambition: to write a classic as great as "Pogo." PATRICIA ANN SCHAEFER St. Joan of Arc "Patti" . . . Spanish 3 . . . Contact 3,4 .. . Spanish Honor Society 3 . . . easy to get along with . . . "How 'bout that" . . . hobbies: bowling and talking on the phone . . . pastime: trying to get rich . . . "Always" . . . ombition: to change "Miss" to "Mrs." Page thirty-ilxGERMAINE IRENE SCHMITZ Nativity of Mary Germaine . . . Secretary-treasurer 4 . . . Glee Club 1,2,3,4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . AVOC Synoptic clerk 4 . . . most dependable . . . "I'm tired!" . . . pastime: driving a '49 Olds . . . "Charmaine" . . . ambition: practical nurse. BARBARA SEIDEL Visitation "Barb" . . . Social chairman 3 . . . CS chairman 4 . . . Latin Club 3 . . . Contact 3,4 leader 2 . . . basketball 3, co-captain 4 . . . service award . . . sincere . . . "O, evaporate!" . . . hobby: writing letters . . . pastime-distributing morning notices . . . "September in the Rain" . . . ambition: to imitate my mother's virtues. RITAMARIE SEXTON Ascension "Reet" . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . ever ready small talk . . . "Good 'nough" . . . hobbies: swimming and bowling . . . pastime: listening to Margie's remarks . . . "September Song" . . . ambition: to be an airline stewardess. Page thirty-sevenJO ANN SKAROLID Annunciation "Jo" . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Junior Bird Man . , . olv ays leaves you laughing . . . "I'll go along with that!" . . . hobby: Nealing . . . pastime: trips to Brainerd . . . "Make Believe" . . . ambition: to learn to shoot guns. SARA ANN SEXTON Incarnation Sara . . . Secretary-treasurer 1,2 ... CS chairman 3 . . . President 4 . . . Latin Club 3,4 .. . Contact 2,4 . . . basketball 2,3,4 . . , casual . . . "How suburban!" . . . hobby: telling the "Settler's Joke" . . . pastime: knitting Bermudas . . . "Summertime" . . . ambition: to be as great as my Mom and Dad. MARY KATHLEEN SHINNICK Basilica "Giggles" . . . Latin Club 3,4 . . . Genesians 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . constant giggle . . . "Go, go, go!" . . . hobby: dragging for Pizza . . . pastime: listening to Sara tell the "Settler's Joke" . . . "Bell Bottom Blues" . . . ambition: to live by a lake. Tage thirty-eightJOAN M. SKIDMORE St. Joan of Arc "Joanie" . . . Latin Club 3,4 .. . Thespians 3,4 .. . Genesians 3,4 .. . Contact 2, leader 3,4 .. . ACHOAN 1,2,3 . . . naturally neat . . . "Honestly!" . . . pastime: sleeping . . . "Once in a While" . . . ambition: to get straight A's. KATHLEEN ELLEN SMITH Incarnation "Koth" . . . French Club 3 . . . Gloo Club 2,3,4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . basketball 1,2 . . . Sextet . . . vocal vim . . . "How about them apples" . . . hobbies: dancing and skating . . . pastime: Washburn games . . . "Shako, Rattle BARBARA ANN TEDDER Our Lady of Grace "Barb" . . . Treasurer 2 . . . Vice president 4 . . French Club 3,4 . . . Thespians 3,4 .. . Genesians 3,4 . . . Camera 1 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . class comic . . . "Yes, but . hobby: counting calories . . pastime-. "Spree Days" . . . "Too Fat Polka" . . . ambition-, to wear a white cap. Page thirly-nlnoLORALEE ANN TEIGEN Resurrection "Lory" . . . Spanish Club 3,4 , . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . ACHOAN 1,2,3,4 . . . ANGELUS . . . china doll look . . . "I'm just a little nearsighted" . . . hobby: adding to my souvenir collection . . . pastime: planning parties with "Toby" . . . "Little Things Mean a Lot" . . . ambition-, not to have problems. Resurrection "Char" . . . President 1 . . . Latin and Spanish Clubs 3,4 . . . Contact 2,3, Chairman 4 . . . Honor Society . . . ACHOAN 1,2,3 Editor 4 . . . dignified humor ... "I forget" . . . hobby: listening to Italian and Irish songs . . . pastime: going to press conferences . . . ambition: to change the world. CHARLOTTE MARIE TIMMONS MARY KATHRYN TOBIN Annunciation "Toby" . . . Vice president 1,2,3 . . . President 4 . . . Latin Club 3,4 .. . Contact leader 2,3, Choirman 4 . . . AVOC 3 . . . basketball 2,3, Captain 4 . . . Cheerleader 1 . . . Honor Society . . . ACHOAN 2,3 . . . ANGELUS Co-editor . . . Girls State alternate . . . energy personified . . . "Mood Indigo" . . . pastime-, planning parties with Lory . . . ambition: to break all speed records. Page fortyADRIENNE MARY TURNER Christ the King "Ade" . . . Glee Club 1,3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . ANGELUS . . . sweet sixteen . . . "You're fighting me" . . . hobby: skoting . . . pastime: Saturday nights . . . "Moonlight Serenade" . . . ambition: to let my hair grow. JUDY NELL WATERS Christ the King "Peaches" . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . laughing "Waters" . . . "Oh, I wouldn't dare" . . . Jazzy Concerts . . . hobby: riding in the rumble seat of taxis . . . pastime.- driving down Summit Avenue . . . "Lazy River" . . . ambition: to be a nurse. MARY JO WALSH St. Richard Mary Jo . . . Spanish Club 3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . Spanish Honor Society 3 . . . ACHOAN 3,4 .. . mild-mannered . . . "It's real George" . . . hobbies: picnics and parties . . . pastime: loves football ... "I Spoke Too Soon" . . . ambition: to wear that little white cap. Poge forty-ongMARY WAUGH Annunciation "Wabasha" . . . Cheerleader 1 . . . Thespians 3,4 .. . Genesians 3,4 . . . Legion of Mary 3,4 , . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . chatterbox . . . "You kids, please listen to me!" . . . hobby: cutting hair . . . pastime: talking . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to graduate. PEGGY JANE WELLIVER St. Peter "Janie" . . . JA 4 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . ACHOAN 3 . . . Editor 4 . . . always willing to lend a hand . . . "Oh, to be smart!" . . . hobby: trying to parallel park . . . pastime-, practicing typing . . . "Oklahoma" . . . ambition: to take a hostel trip through Europe. PATRICIA WENTWORTH Annunciation "Pat" . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . artistically inclined . . . "What's the word?" . . . hobby: waiting for Renee . . . pastime: Progressive Jazz Concerts . . . "Perdido" . . . ambition: to have first row tickets for every performance of "JATP." Pcge forty-lwoMARITA ANN YANISCH Resurrection "Mert" . . . Genesians 3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . French Club 3,4 . . . infectious laugh . . . "Oh, yeh!" . . . hobby: listening to jazz . . . pastime: skiing and swimming . . . "Lonely Woman" . . . ambition: to make "pronto-pups" at the Fair. MARIA LUISA MARCAZZAN Annunciation "Cocco" . . . Italian exchange student on an Americon Field Science scholarship . . . Contact 4 . . . effervescent . . . "I speak too much!" . . . hobby: going on diets . . . pastime: trips to the mailbox . . . "Nevertheless" . . . ambition-. to be able to eat an "Idiot's Delight." GEORGIA WILLIAMS Incarnation "George" . . . Hostess 1 . . . Genesians 3 . . . Contact 2,3,4 . . . considerate of everyone . . . "Dear, what do I do now?" . . . hobbies: skating and eating . . . pastime: ploying tennis . . . "Billy, My Billy from Hill Billy Hill" . . . ambition-, to marry a doctor's son. Pago forty-threeTop — What, bridge in the senior room? Bottom — "Ha, ha, ho, you and me . . Next page, top — Betty's Big Busy Bus Business Middle — Charge!!! Bottom — Free tickets for sale — ANGELUS '53 Seniors, Do You The fun we had at AHA, A memory for each passing day. Hours of classes, work, and laughter? We'll reminisce in years hereafter. . . . FATHER BARTHELME guiding us through our first retreat Searching for the swimming pool— And finding the mourners' bench That pre-lunch play-time in the gym Menu of the year—wieners Those forbidden patent leathers "Basement floor—all out" Five freshman cheerleaders—four Marys and a Sue A study each day with forty-five minute periods Esther's garlic Our "Shining" stars—Mickey and Sue "Off to the swings with our picnic packs!" Gala weekend ahead—hen parties scheduled Our class dwindled; we lost eleven boarders "Oh, when will we shed these "happy hikers?" Retreat with FATHER IONGIEY led us through our sophomore year Our first class president—Pat Conway Crayfish in our classes How the Twenties roared again at our sophomore party "No school for AHA"—Blizzard Lockermates for all Republicans vs. Democrats in heated debates Campaign buttons replacing homecoming pins No ANGELUS—but we had mixers So many blondes at AHA. "Little brown jug, how we love thee" Jan's green hair on St. Pat's day "The Bloody Fifth" Beautiful tans on campus How showers made for clean uniforms Familiar faces at the Passion Play Maypole dance in EVERYNUN minus "Three Musketeers" "But, Sister, I love this school!" Invasion of Denver by CTC Convention FATHER O'CONNELL and his "Mary Jane" stories with a moral The Marian Year gallery radiant with class projects Biddy as our class president Who's been walking on the ceiling? Those tense games at St. Joe's 1:00 o'clock stampede for the lunchroom Colorful knee-highs at half-mast Journalists celebrating Hallowe'en in Milwaukee "When shall we three meet again?" Pago foMy-fourRemember ♦ ♦ ♦ Pledge safety and "Both Live" Classroom outfits a la Eskimo Little Brown Jug, We Love Thee Even Better The battle of the bats Grand opening of the HUB and free souvenirs "Detour—ther's a muddy road ahead" JB Day with a bicycle built for two Girls State goes Scotch-McFarland JS in the Rain and treats at the Mortuary We fell heir to gold ties FATHER DUFRESNE led us "To Christ through Mary' Ninety-three percent of class joined Contact Our iddy biddy buddy become class president New fashions go casual The 3.09 blasting right on time "Old buses never die; they just 'pass' away" Casualties in crazy autos Our final Father-Daughter banquet Father Clay's knock-knock jokes St. Thomas vs. De LaSalle George and Shakespeare guide senior party Radar Patrol on the Drag Strip The smiling exercises in 118 Maria—a little bit of Italy Question of the year: "Why T. S. Eliot left the U.S.?" Rotten eggs? No, hydrogen sulfide Father Baglio prepares us for the future "I love you for Regimental Reasons" Boarders' quarters move to 119 Courtesy Weak at AHA? Five Mondays a week for seniors Who said senior year would be a snap? Father Howard informs us there's still hope Actually, the trick of the matter is— To observe the gems of wisdom in 117 The high cost of combos in the locker room Plink, Plink, Plink! Cross over the bridge, it's in the cards Tune in tomorrow for the conclusion of "Pride and Prejudice" Dodging the bookmobile between 125 and 118 Davy Crockett vs. Marlon Brando Sar—"Our Homely Friendmaker of '55" First championship trophy for AHA Commencement dance on the shores of Minnetonka This page can never hold it all, Each one has treasures to recall, But through this list of jumbled thought At least a few of them are wrought.JUNIORS Taking notes concerning her obligations, Patricia Mullen, Junior Class president, realizes the many duties which accompany the honor bestowed on her by her classmates. Joan Albachfen Carolyn Bachdahl Dianne Bartell Kathleen Beaudette Mary Alice Beigle Margaret Ann Borges Mary Berncy Marcia Black Patricia Blassingham Carol Botz Jane Breault Patricia Brombach Judy Brown Margie Carlson Rosalyn Carroll Nancy Chapman Elizabeth Collom Sharon Connors Sharron Coughlin Ann Curran Mary Ann Davis Sheila Diehl Barbara Donahue Helen Donnay Pago forty-sixSharron Doyle Virginia Doyle Elaine Dufort Diane Dufresne Mary France Elliott Mary Anne Fettig Julianno Fischer Mory Lee Foley Sharen Fowler Diane Frondrup Rosalio Freiling Barbara Gale Elizabeth Gindorff Shoron Gleason Eleanor Granger Carol Gross Lucy Hamel Roberta Hamilton Barbara Hannan Judy Harris Mary Agnes Hill Marilyn Hornig Kathleen Hudson Mary lacono Paulette Jelense Catherine Johnsen Deborah Johnson Judy Johnson Janet Keene Patricia Kellogg Mory Sue Kelly Judy Kertson Gerry Killian Alico King Mary Knotz Sharon Lang Maureen Lannan Joan LaPole Mary Kathryn Laughlin Karen Lee Florence Lehman Mary Ann Leininger Andrea Leonard Elizabeth Lero Marilyn Lerschen Carol Lewis Mary Jo Linder Claire Linsmaycr Page forty-seven■ Judith Louis Shoron Lovo Roberto McDonald Mary Ann McGee Sharon McGowan Sheila McGuire Carol McKusick Kathleen McShane Mollie Meior Mary Miles Mary Miller Catherine Morrill Mary Jo Mulcohy Patricia Mullen Katherine Nelsen Janet Nelson Constance Nevins Ramona Nygaard Mory Kay O'Brien Dorothy Oxborough Jacquline Ovitf Jeanne Parent Geraldine Peters Joan Pfeifer Joan Pieper Mary Clare Pierce Sally Platzer Mary Pudwill Betty Radford Virginia Randolph Margaret Reardon Barbara Reichol Mary Riley Anne Rogers Marilyn Rudek Ellen Russell Judith Sausen Carole Schlader Gretchen Schweiger Sally Steiner Patricia Tait Bonita Talbot Sherry Theisen Gloria Tures Suzanne Walch Janet Walton Margaret HambletonSOPHOMORES "To pose or not to pose" is no longer the question os Kathleen Donohue, Sophomore Class president, relaxes for a moment before resuming her responsibilities. Milliccnt Adams Patricia Ahmanrt Rosemary Allendorf Mary Anderson Marlys Anderson Patricia Bailey Mary Rose Bastion Sheila Berndt Rose Bigelow Marilyn Bintner Judy Brcdt Barbara Buncs Mary Busch Margaret Buttcll Patricio Cairns Mary Ann Capko Patricia Carlin Donna Carlson Elodie Chichester Joan Clarey Judith Clark Mary Ann Dalton Frederica Danielson Mary Davy Joan Dawson Rebecca Deebach Jean Dickinson Mary Jo Dobbelmann Kathleen Donahue Carol Dorff Bea Dorsey De Anne Doughty Mary Ellen Dowor Marilyn Eckes Carole Edwards Eleonor Egon Karen Erickson Rita Fehrenbach Sandra Findscn Carolyn Fischer Mary Flynn Mary Kay Frazier Billie Gaiko Sheila Gallagher Marcille Gervais Frances Gotchell Mary Jo Giesen Mary Grathwol Lois Grundhauser Beverly Habberstad Sharon Halverson Mary Happo Mary Hartwig Mary Jo Heenan Judith Hoimerl Jo Ann Hite Judy Hosp Helen Hughes Mary Ann Hughes Beverly Huney Nina Ice Carol Irmen Suzanne Jclense Jcycemarie Johnson Linda Joyce Catherine Karnstedt Mary Kenney Patricia Kenney Margaret Koogh Judith King Betty Klopp Janice Knutson Mary Kobbe Barbara Kort Mary Krokus Barbara Kuhl Mary Lou Kupper Kathleen Larkin Nancy Lee Joyce Loibly Rita Le Jeune Janet Lonander Jeanne Lind Pago fifty"Scalpel, scissors, sponge . . Alert sophomore biology students Barbara Korl, Nina Ice, Susan Stadther, Marie Schatzlein, Sharon Lynch, and Karen Erickson begin the long-anticipated event, the dissection of crayfish. Potricia tochon Mary Loula Susan lovold Jo Ann Lowry Patricia Lowy Mary lynch Sharon Lynch Suzanne McCabe Jo Ann McClellan Janet McKenzie Jeanette McKenzie Jean McKusick Jean McPherson Sharon McSweeny Sharon Malek Mary Martin Patricia Martyn Theodora Mcnges Margaret Mewhorter Bernadine Meyer Joan Moollor Marcia Moonan Mary Moore Mary Mullen Jo Ann Multaler Rhea Newman Janan Nolan Judith Oberg Ellen O'Brien Johnotte O'Connell Pot O'Hanlon Donna Ohotto Joanne O'Kcoffe Barbara Olsen Winnifred Ortloff Mary O'Sullivan Page fifty-one Mary Ann Paffell Susan Palmer Donna Parker Joann Peters Margaret Peterson Carolo Pfeifer Kathie Quinn Roollon Raffensparger-Marlene Rath Judith Reichel Carol Richmond Judith Rourke Sheila Rowland Jean Rumford Kay Rundquist Kathleen Ryan Patricia Salden Mario Schatzlein Jean Scherer Kathleen Schuler Mary Seidel Bridget Sexton Auna Skarning Sharon Sir Judy Skoog Carol Smisek Marilyn Smith Susan Sobraske Susan Stadther Sandra Stanek Patricia Theroux Eva Tourtelotte Maret Trader Patricia Tourville Judy Wallrich Mary Wchmhoff Mary Williams Toyse Williams Patricia Wilson Susan Woods Rosemary Woodyard Sharon Yahr Helen Zahradka Judith Zeglen Maryann Zinn Marie Coffman Roslyn Lomusga Jann Ondrey Page fifty-twoPuzzled freshmen Catherine Woods, Sue Tons-kemper, and Jane Randolph frantically refer to their student handbook in an effort to locate the swimming pool Pi-.jricio Albachten Martha Alien Carol Anderson Virgina Anderson Jcanno Arneth Judith Baden A yce Balego Susan Barrett Patricia Barry Mary Belanger Audrey Berg Ann Bergman Susan Bliss Jeanette Boehnkc Carol Borgerson Judy Bowler Carol Brecke Catherine Brigham Margaret Broker Ann Burke Mary Ellen Byrne Catherine Byron Ann Carroll Judith Carroll FRESHMEN Pogo fifty-three Mary Ellen Casagrande Mary Helen Casey Mary Casey Heather Clark Elizabeth Coleman Jeanne Collins Molissa Connolly Patricia Connors Patricia Cook Elizabeth Cramer Joyce Cremers Sheila Cummings Barbara Daly Dianne Davis Mary Anne Donnelly Anne Dower Ann Dwyer Marcia Edwards Gloria Fernlund Judith Feyder Patricia Finley Monica Flynn Carol Foertsch Susan Foster Linda Freeman Ann Friendshuh Mary Ellon Fyten Sarajane Gorin Mary Gillis Joan Gonyer Joan Gotzian Margaret Grays Theresa Green Karen Gregory Gayle Groos Sally Hackenmuoller Eleanor Haggerty Diane Hahn Mary Homes Karen Hansen Suzanne Harrigan Nancy Hart Marguerite Hasselo Patricia Hays Janet Hector Kathryn Hedges Patricia Hegblom Janice Hennen Poge fifty-four VuA. Marlene Hibbcn Carol Hilla Judy Hcsp Karen Igo Kathleen Johns Geneicc Johnson Marilyn Johnson Margaret Jordon Dorothy Kaup Beth Kearney Eileen Kelly Maureon Kelly K'athie Kertson Teresa Kcssol Kathleen Kehoe Joanne Kirby Kathleen Klaesges Kathleen Knapp Jeanette Knoss Carol Koltos Marilyn Kreutziger Meredith Krumbicgol Mary Kulaga Zelda Landy Jacqueline Lano Lucille LaPolo Mary Laska Virginia Lee Bonnie Lemberg Nancy Lemberg Barbara Liemandt Catherine Loftus Sherlyn Loftus Nancy Louis Registration day finds incoming freshmen and their mothers eagerly awaiting the beginning of their first year at AHA. Pago fifty.fivo N Mary Ann McCarthy Sandra'McClain Patricia McClellon Barbara McDevitt Mary McDougall Lois McGovern Mary McLaughlin Catherine Martyn Diane Martz Susan Michaud Nancy Miller Susan Minder Shelly Moorman Susan Moormann Jeanne Moran Mary Ellen Muckenhirn Jayne Murray Ann Marie Mustful Judith Nagle Mary Naughton Susan Nugent Julianna O'Brien Ann O'Laughlin Sharon O'Laughlin • • Patricia Olson Maryonne Ondick Mary Anne O'Neill Sharon Packard Denise Perrizo Mauroen Peters Angela Petersen Carol Pettipiece Elizabeth Pierce Patricia Puffer Kathryn Radford Jane Randolph Jo Ann Reuland Maureen Riley Elizabeth Ritter Sue Rivers Virginia Rodenborn Sheila Rogers Patricia Rouse Mary Russell Kathleen Ryan Mary Jo Sauscn Mary Anne Savage Lucille Scatarelli Poge fifly-sixVirginia Schaefor Rita Schatzlein Dorothy Seibel Margaret Setre Jean Shabel Therese Shallbctter Marianna Shandley Sandra Shaw Judith Sifferle lla Simmons Shirley Sipera Gloria Smith Sheila Smith Susan Smith Judith Stansficld Terri Stcbbins Suzanne Steiner Yllana Stommes Karen Toll Linda Temple Marilyn Thom Kathleen Thomas Susan Tonskempcr Dianne Trebil Antonette Tremont Carol Anne Uhler Sandra Marie Varty Mary Jo Vinlovo Mary Wagner Nancy Wagner Margaret Waldron Judy Warren Mary Weber Marilyn Weismann Theresa Weller Judith Wilson Caroline Wolf Catherine Woods Eva Woolscy Joyce Zahler Sharen Hansen Margaret Mathieu Pcge fifty-ieveiAngies Go 'To Jesus Through Mary" Crowning Mary the Queen of May highlights the final assembly of the year. Pot Conway, with the assistance of Judy Simonet, Margaret Schlader, and Mary McFarlond, performs the honor in this anticipated event. Comparing notes with retreat masters Father Oliver Dufresno and Father Raymond Scheller on the results of separate retreats for upper and lower classmen ore Millicent Adams, Ellen Gilo, and Ruth Patzner. This arrangement appears to have been successful, judging from the students' enthusiasm. Pog« f.ftV -Oh "The More We Get Together . . ' It wos Father Joseph Bog-lio, guest speaker, who opened the Mother-Daughter Breakfast. Pictured are Mrs. G. J. Lang, Mrs. M. L. Chapman, Nancy Chapman, Patricia Kellett, and Mary Tobin who took part in the annual event. These juniors and their mothers, Mrs. W. G. Kelly and Sue, Barbara and Mrs. L. T. Gale, Mrs. Andrew Steiner and Sally, and Kathleen and Mrs. R. B. Hudson, enjoy themselves as the morning progresses. The faculty's daily coffee br welcomed intermission for Mi tricia W. Baumann, Mrs. Ela Carlson, Mrs. Margaret S. and Mrs. Ellen M. Nichols.They Wear Their Honors Joyfully “Button, button, who's got the button . . .?" asks President Pat Conway of the other Student Council members as she hands student officer pins to Margaret Schlader, Kathleen Donohue, Mary McFarland, and Mary Kay Loughlin. Intent on their work, Judy Simonet, Pat Mullen, and Nancy Chapman check over the minutes of the last meeting. Father John Clay's blessing their class rings, symbols of Catholic education, was a special occasion for juniors Margaret Reardon, Barbara Gale, and Marcia Black. Poge »ixtyfjfo y ' fk , ‘ U Q . ) Q O A u 0 y 'Ij cvJL arvciA c, Vw jrtoC' i'T. I lJ X. £vn ULLrW 'Vuxlxa Ve 9n nd fl ro dU- lioK c tui ' jTAjcJc JZt NE 'Through Thy Status H.gh in the heavens at noon-day, the impenetrable rays of the sun beat own upon °Pen °°ks, open minds, open hearts. We turn our thoughts our studies for a moment at mid-day to lift them to the heavenly throne 1 a joyous prayer of thanksgiving. "Every best gift and every perfect gift omes from above . . and as we strive fQ perfect the talents which God as lovingly bestowed upon us, we return to the Source of our every blessing s the humble instruments of His Holy Will. Raising our voices through the of music and drama, we hope to pierce even the heights of heaven with song of praise. Lovingly we turn to Mary, the most blessed handmaid of the Lord, to lead us through our daily classes, teaching us to profit by the knowledge which we gain, so that one day we may come to enjoy the Light that is unending. Earnestly gathering all our efforts and accomplishments, •» we raise theiji up in grateful offering, and humbly pj|py to Our V"Not to lU w «N f V l to me, but to Thy Name b fh glcyy. 5T§VI$ Artists at the Keyboard Searching for something classical? romantic? modern? Judy Simonef demonstrates for music students Pat Livermore, Karen Chriss, Janet Murphy, Ramona Noonan, Suzanne Karnstedt, and Marlene Mitchell. "Prettier than a picture," these junior music students pose in their formats just before the recital. The group includes: standing, Carol Gross, Sharron Coughlin, Margie Carlson, Paulette Jelense, and Janet Walton; at the piano, Mary Ann Fetfig and Bonita Talbot; and seated on the stage, Pat Mullen, Roberta McDonald, Rosalyn Carroll, and Mary Ann Leininger. Pago jixty-onoFRESHMAN GLEE CLUB—First row: Left to right, Mary Homes, Carol Anderson, Julie O'Brien, Kathie Kertson, Judy Stansfield, Virginia Rodenborn, Susan Michaud, Sheila Rogers, Margo Hosselo, Mary Jo Sausen, Susan Smith. Second row: Joyce Zahlor, Carol Brecke, Peggy Waldron, Joan Gotzian, Monico Flynn, Carol Koltes, Audrey Berg, Marianna Shandley, Judy Baden, Patricia Branch. Third row: Marlene Hib-ben, Kathleen Kehoe, Sheila Smith, Ann Burke, Mary Naughton, Susan Bliss, Meredith Krumbiegel, Sandra Varty, Melissa Connolly, Kathleen Ryan, Caroline Wolf, Sharen O'Laughlin. ANGELAIRES—First row: Left to right, Judy Zeglen, Judy Rourke, Mary Wehmhoff, Mary Alice McCann, Judy Harris, Marilyn Eckes. Second row: Frederica Danielson, Marilyn Bintner, Sharron Doyle, Bernadine Meyer, Margaret Ksogh, Mary Flynn, Mary Ryan. Third row: Marlene Rath, Ramona Nygaard, Carol Lewis, Madonna Burke, Mory Anne O'Brien, Suzanne Karnstedt. Fourth row: Nancy Gjorvad, Diane Frandrup, Barbara Donahue, Mary Ann Leininger, Margaret Hessburg, Suzanne Rohr, Mary Branton, Sally Steiner.We Have Heard on High Preparing for fheir Spring Concert. Glee Club officers Ramona Noonan, Mary Ryan, Mary Ann Leininger, and Kathleen Smith look over the music for the program. Another highlight for the Angelaires during the year was their Christmas singing at the Radisson hotel. First row: Mary lacono, Rita Sexton, Margie Lyman, Rose Castonguay, Diane Dugan, Catherine Johnsen, Janice Cochrane. Second row: Pat Deering, Helen Lamm, Judy Kertson, Mary Martin, Sharon McSweeny, Mary Miller. Third row: Sally Napier, Mary Miles, Mary Hill, Germaine Schmitz, Ramona Noonan, Margaret Schlader, Carol Schlader. Fourth row: Kathleen Smith, Kathleen Cooper, Donna Ohotto, Jo Ann Multaler, Kathleen Hickey, Patricia Lind, Donna Parker, Renee Brambilla.It's Tea for Two, and Sugar for You? Miss Joan Walsh and Mrs. Mary Jo Aiken, AHA faculty members, sign the guest book upon their arrival at the Thespian Tea. The annual social event was held this year at the home of Angela Lamb. Thespian president Karen Chriss pours tea for the other officers, Pat Granger, Sue Mulcahey, Angela Lamb, and Mary McFarland, while they discuss the seeming success of this year's tea. Pag® jix»y-foorWhen the superior-rated one-act ploy. The Necklace Is Mine, reaches its stirring climax, Barbara Tedder and Karen Chriss react with contrasting emotions to the collapse of Angela Lamb. The Nativity is once more brought to life by the junior dramatics class and members of the Glee Club. Portraying Mary and Joseph in "A Child Is Born" are Carole Schlader and Mary Ann McGee. The angelic background is formed by Margie Carlson, Janet Nelson, Diane Dugan, Kathleen Smith, Mary Branton, and Mary Knotz. Pat Conway and Pat Granger look puzzled and concerned os Elizabeth Merry coolly demands to know the hiding place of the stolen jewelry in a scene from The Cross of Ivory, three-act play."The Play's the Thing" Mushrooms Coming Up produces groans of agony from Patricia Donohue, Joan Skidmore, Barbara Tedder, and Jeanne Free-berg, despite the help offered by Patricia Lird and Suzanne Karn-stedt. The stern Mr. Barrett, Bridget Giles, is won over by his grandson, Mary McFarland, while Margaret Schlader concentrates on the conversation between Sheila O'Donnell and Mary Branton in The Heritage of Wimpole Street. Backstage preparations for Heart of a Clown occupy Suzanne Karnstedt, Kathleen Hickey, Mary Alice McCann, and Mary Ellen Beaudette. It's hard work that makes a play successful.Better Drama is Our Coal Holy Angels' interest in the Catholic Theater Conference is shown by the growing membership in the Genesian Society. Named in honor of St. Genesius, patron of actors, this organization aims at its monthly meetings to further interest in Catholic drama. Genesians and Thespians initiated new members at a jointly sponsored assembly in March. Sixty Genesians plan to attend the CTC Convention held this year at Notre Dome, Indiana, June 12-16. Officers of the Genesians pictured above are, standing, Sue Kelly, Sister Charitas, sponsor, and Maureen Lannan. Below are Virginia Doyle and Gerry Killian. Completing the year's work in dramatics, April 22, 23, and 24, the seniors presented two plays. End and Beginning, a one-act drama by John Masefield, and Seven Nuns at Las Vegas, a two-act farce by Natalie E. White.Rummaging through the cabinets, Nancy Black, Marita Yanisch, and Marlyn Mehr search for intriguing chemicals to use in future experiments. Madonna Burke, Mary Hill, Mary Coghlan, and Alice King explain the graphing of parabolas to the higher algebra class. Through By assembling the parts of "Herman," the plastic man, Marilyn Lerschen, Florence Lehman, and Bonita Talbot moster the anatomy of the human body. Supplementing English classics with records, Catherine Green, Mary Shin-nick, and Elizabeth McNulty listen to and discuss them with Sister Carmena.Integrated Studies... Flash! We interrupt this radio program to bring you a special bulletin from English III. Elaine Dufort, Katherine Nelsen, Maureen Lannan, Judy Johnson, Barbara Reichel, Mary Jo Linder, and Julianne Fischer are starring in a broadcast, complete with sound effects. These geometrical geniuses Patricia Cairns and John-ette O'Connell, sitting, and Joanne McClellan, Patricia Lowy, Carol Smisek, and Joan Moeller, standing, ponder the production of a four-sided triangle! All set? These second year typists, Mary Jo Walsh, Marlene Mitchell, and Kathleen Omites, await Sister Teresa Regis' signal to begin a time test.We Seek Mmmmni, good! Right out of the oven come hot muffins baked by sophs Judy Skoog, Donna Ohotto, Mary Wehm-hoff, Judy King, and Kathleen Ryan. Their moderator, Karen Hansen, stands while Peggy Broker, Mary Jean Mc-Dougall, Karen Igo, and Ann Carroll discuss a practical application in their course, Christian Life Principles. Freshmen Judy Nagle, Catherine Mar-tyn, Antonefte Tremont, Sally Hacken-mueller, and Lois McGovern listen intently as Miss Mary Ellen Fink emphasizes a hightlight in literature.Kathy and Kristy Schatzlein model little girl outfits made by big sister Marie at the left. Susan Moormann and Catherine Martyn intrigue the twins with colorful dolls. Anxious to keep up with the latest events, Mary O'Sullivan and Mary Loula receive current affairs papers from Mary Lou Kupper. the Truth ... From filmstrips and records. Religion I students Mary Ellen Cosagrande, Mary Weber, Marilyn Weismann, Marlene Hib-ben. Shelly Moorman, and Sue Rivers, kneeling, gain a practical knowledge of the fundamental truths.And Find the WORD Since marriage will be the state of life for most of them, seniors look forward to Father Joseph Baglio's weekly class. Absorbing the principles of Christian marriage are Arlene Dickhausen and Karen Mullin, standing; Mary Ellen Beaudette, Jackie Matthews, Patricia Schaefer, and Virginia Jones, sitting. Senior artists Sally Napier, Therese Daleki, Janice Cochrane, Judy Waters, and Patricia Wentworth receive tips on the technique of color from Sister Cosmos. Dialectical materialism no longer sounded complica'ed after Miss Patricio Coughlin explained it to these questioning seniors, Janet O'Neill, Beverly Burke, and Rose Mary Barber. Pogo jeventy-twolowlyHading in the western sky, the evening sun gives forth her final burst of brilliance even as the twilight tones of our holy hymn of praise linger to light the darkness of the dying day. We students share the quiet joy of these "laudates" springing from the heart of Mother Church. Our daily work is finished, and striving to fill them with the fruits of our social and individual activities, we look ahead to evening hours. Whether it be in reaping the cultural rewards of club participation or in sowing the seedlings of truth through our publications and organizations, we realize mosi fully that all our efforts attain fruition through the light of heavenly guidance. Each year brings with it the special joys of newly-won duties and privileges; every year brings to us that long-awaited opportunity to honor our dear dad, in whom shines every quality which we revere in the foster-father of Our Savior. There is sadness at the close of day; yet evening ever carries with it the promise of a brighter dawn to come. As seniors we look forward to this brighter day and base our hopes upon our Christian womanliness. We pray God it may truly reflect the Sun of Justice! Jhalb Xfitsrv rfwUcj ic M ruxtc) JJotcx xrtojt'. -Aux . t rrusr q mt A 7nc KA TTUuJo Basketball team membors include: Bottom row—Virginia Rodcnborn, Barbara Scidol Mary Tobin, captain, Shoila Gollogher, Judy Holmerl; Middle row-Patricia Hogblom Mario Schotzlein, Miss Bcrgovin, coach, Louise Hunkins, Mary Ellon Casagrande; Toj row—Kathie Quinn, Mary Kay laughlin, Sara Sexton, Sharon Gleason, Carol Schlader Janet Keene. t With the help of the holy "Angels," AHA climaxed the 1954-55 basketball season by capturing a coveted trophy. This was the first time in the thirteen-year history of the games between the schools directed by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet that such an award was made. Opponents in the games are St. Anthonys, St. Josephs, and St. Margarets. Typical Angie spirit, determination, and teamwork carried the AHA six to triumph in these tense and hard-fought games. Creating on atmosphere of excitement, spirited cheerleaders led an enthusiastic student crowd in cheering AHA to victory. With competent coaches to train them and loyal fans behind them, future teams will strive to maintain the strong AHA tradition of fine sportsmanship. Sports Spotlight Basketball Pogo joventy-lhree1954-'55 SEASON HOLY ANGELS—22 ST. MARGARETS-10 HOLY ANGELS—46 HOLY ANGELS-10 HOLY ANGELS—31 HOLY ANGELS-19 HOLY ANGELS—34 ST. ANTHONYS—33 ST. JOSEPHS—21 ST. MARGARETS—30 ST. ANTHONYS-17 ST. JOSEPHS—30 Poge J«vonty-four The Kangaroo Kid, alias Mary Tobin, exhibits her famous jump against teammate Louise Hunkins in a hard practice session, while enraptured Sara Sexton and Sharon Gleason are agog. A strategic part of any game is defense, which Kathie Quinn illustrates when she attempts to block a pass from Judy Heimerl. "Victory, victory, is our only cry . . ." rings throughout the gym as six exuberant cheerleaders Peggy Berghs and Marilyn Lerschen, with megaphones, Mary Alice McCann, Mary Kobbe, Rosemary Woodyard, and Elizabeth Gindorff demonstrate the spirit which led AHA's team to the championship this year.Tipping the ball is a "point" of contention to Kathleen Larkin, Sharon Halverson, Mary Joyce Busch, and Mary Williams as they participate in a spirited volleyball game. Jigsaw puzzle? New Russian invention? No, it's the freshman gym class practicing their newly learned gymnastics. On the floor are Elizabeth Cramer and Jackie Lane supporting Margaret Grays and Patricia Barry. Holding up Virginia Schaefer are Carol Borgerson and Bonnie Lemberg. Spellbound teammates watch Mary Williams and Barbara Kort, in the foreground, make a final leap in an ottempt to even the score in the last exciting moments of the game. Pago seventy-fiver q jun; I XXXJJSU Q -■'y 0 jD tx rr j? Cl) Xo-ey CA .ijJx..,X «CUJ5_. oajt L r J o • H 0 7y rr Jb£A) ') zxxjw o) k . cCjubS Catholic Action r Cty -u x i XX i ) $Src - kj £ p-OL U r y. AXjU JkiLo-oJos Jk-OXlA) oxia O- OL dL tfc " ii . OJULrO MjX rv r2Ay OJcfla) T Q a) - x9v j 0U LO • (?- £. GO Jluwiu O Oyv 6-Ol fi CX5JL. -£fU2 Jbcj-dkLQj JJXSU -AX X-dL; . Ol v- cuj-tvs UrmjU aJt tAaio oJLKjZa Early morning check-up is a daily routine of AVOC members Sheila O'Donnell, Darlene Mohrbacher, and Dorothy Reichert who arrange the films to be shown that day. St fiJUcAJLA}. sl V"u - JL- JJXO JJJJdLO Aaaxjl, SL - jfLi. x qXo ci oJ: to viLYn JUii 0 • UJLa p AJLwurrJcxa JSxJL, jd £JlX -SjuoWfc Olxv L JJJAsnxj' jurv Luj M t "Success!" exclaims Nancy Chapman, right. All-school Community Service Chairman, to Bar-bora Seidel, Mary Beigle, and Barbara lie-mondr as they total the results of the clothing drive. (xIlu cll v AJ2Ao £ mijLe 3 xu D rrr, x x A crrM iixxX% JLPx JbQjuaSLS CL) AJUxQ, SkU%fb t Au j Jnfe) . x jjl Ox r. ’jjjtfJb jn SL C 3u J scf YF) jJLL' . qWy -» Contact chairmen Charlotte Timmons, Pat Mullen, and Mary Tobin take a moment's rest from their many activities and informally chat about new ideas for Contact projects. JilXfULs juA - syr aJz.jl, cud J ih. 0UQ 1 0-0 rw oLOz JXXQJ (y y-JEnliven and Enrich ssxsl. jjjjjju jto Y Auxvyu Xo“ ' 1x4 0 V jJJJLti vA v(jL Xt i mvO OYU • V UU 'ijL y jO By paging through scrapbooks, senior French Club members Patricia Kellett, Barbara Tedder, Bridget Giles, Carol Hufnagle, and Marjorie Carpenter gain a vivid view of French customs. •A a 3 ZJLJLs CT«W Laj) amD oo V 'rrvxik a? jl-o-A jrr o-o • WnjlcLj dJ oJ- j ojO "It's in the book," answered Miss Luverne Slagel to Spanish Club officers Patricia Ahmonn, Suzie Rohr, and Susan Woods as they plan future activities. Sa wvo J kojkhu Dressed in costumes of the ancient Romans, Latin students Janan Nolan, Judy Louis, Marcia Moonan, Sharon Molek, and Johnette O'Connell illustrate their latest projects. vrrvOL | Afl UiJ. ( "Watch the birdie!" The byword of the Camera Club is put into action by Sue Kelly as she poses for a picture while camera enthusiasts Mary Anne Krokus and Darlene Oxborough adjust the lights. YJvouto.School Publications Theme In plonning the lay-out for the '55 ANGELUS, coeditors Mary Tobin and Elizabeth Merry, discuss with Dorothy Brack and Loralee Teigen, art editors, the theme which is the Divine Office, the second greatest act of public worship. Their objective is to show how this influences the life of the AHA student. Pictures, captions, headlines! Seeking that all important inspiration, Mary Sarazin, Donna Casey, and Bridget Giles skim old yearbooks while Karen Chriss, Judy Simonet, Louise Hunkins, and Sue McDonald check over the student sections. Had a brainstorm, Mary Kay Lovold? It must be good for Pat Donohue, Pat Granger, Margaret Hessburg, Mary Alice McCann, Jeanne Freeberg, Barbara Newman, and Lois Dalsin, seem to enjoy your discovery. Adrienne Turner, absent iDivine Office an d Lay A postdate Putting over Christion ideas through the ACHOAN columns seems like o big. happy job to staff members. Front page editor, Charlotte Timmons, seated at the center, jots down pointers lor juniors Pat Mullen, Paulette Jelense, Nancy Chapmon, and Judy Sausen. Peggy Welliver, inside page editor, looks over a moke-up plan lor Karen Chriss and Mory McForland, associate editors. (Editorial page editor, Betty McGonigle, absent Other senior stofl members sharing their talents include, sitting, Barbara Newman, Pat Granger, lorolee Teigen, and Dorothy Braak; standing are Kathleen Hickey, Mary Broderick, Sue Mulcahey, Sue McDonald, Mary Tobin, Mary Sarazin, and Pat Donohue. Pacje seventy-nineFestive Air Pervades Class Parties Celebrating Washington's birthday, Maria Luisa Mar cazzan, Peggy Friendshuh, Joan Skidmore, Arlene Langner, and Jo Ann Skarolid discuss the patriotic theme of the Senior Class party. Beverly Habberstad, Marilyn Smith, Sandro Stanek, and Mary Jo Dobbelmann, members of the home economics class, prepare bread cornucopias, the unique center-pieces for the Sophomore Class party. "Sing a song of six pence .. The dramatization of the popular nursery rhyme starring Mary Casagrande, Suzanne Steiner, Teresa Kessel, and Jayne Murray provided the freshmen with a delightful program. Page eightyDaughters Date Dads Dads reigned as a successful Father-Daughter banquet drew to a close. This year mothers, dads, and girls all contributed to moke an unforgettable evening. Here, Barbara Olsen and Mary Frances Elliott proudly show off their dads, Mr. F. R. Olsen and Mr. C. W. Elliott, who were comasters of ceremonies for the evening. Proud daughters, Eleanor and Pat Granger, check the appearance of their dad, Mr. B. W. Granger, before the all-important banquet. New faces are welcomed as Kathleen Johns, Mr. J. G. Lano, Jacqueline Lano, Susan Smith, Dr. A. J. Smith, and Mr. M. H. Gilbert experience their First all-school affair. Paqo oiqhry ono"Twas Just a Carden in the Rain" Between dances. Rose Mary Barber and Bob Kleinhans fake time to admire the well, a part of the decorations at the JS, held at the Minikahda Club. "It's been a perfect evening," agree Pat Conway and Merrill Swanson as the band swings into the theme of the dance, "A Garden in the Rain." New and old friends make the JS a long-remembered occosion. Here Peggy Welliver and Mary Branfon introduce their dates, Bob Devereaux and Bill Vogt. Pogo oighty-»woSocial Highlights of the Year While waiting for their dates, Mary Waugh, Mary Branton, and Adrienne Turner take tfme out for last minute preparation before the Junior-Senior Prom. Patricia Lind and her guests Lee Johnson, Mary Ann O'Brien, Don Hagen, and Sue McDonald toast graduation at a coketail preceding the Commencement Dance. "And we're off!" Mary Sarazin, Duane Bills, Ellen Gile, and Roger Shandley start out for an evening of fun at the ANGELUS Dance. Anticipating an exciting evening, Glennore Narum, Tom Carey, Gerry Killian, and Gene Kramer get an early start to the annual dance sponsored by the yearbook.Only goodness and kindness follow me all the days of my life And I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for years to come. Pi. 22(bob'I-LEXI-5TIJU5TI — Tl - RM


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