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

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u y IS A V —U | 0 yfrsyy 1 CiXy J f) A y V f "r TWENTY-FIFTH y HC 1 'iH i , ANNI VERSARY EDIT! W n. A. 6 . i P UPUBL,SHED BY SENIOR CLASS 1956 JV ACADEMY OF THE HOLY ANGELS MINNEAPOLIS 23, MINNESOTA 1ADtNVY OF THE HOLY ANGEL at Vl ty Kngellowe o great deal to Mother erogh' Ireland nnV o, nn Vv her brother, krch- shop ohn Ireland, taught tar Catholic education th archdiocese. She visualized o school like lUTs.Vlntariuoaieh she never saw the lulftllment ol her wish, as she died belore Holy A ngels became a reality. in memory oi her contributions to Catholic education, we have dedicated our auditorium in her name. Y 1 _ h SMOTHER SERAPHINE IRELAND 'ND On the twenty-fifth anniversary, we honor Mother C ara who, with her assistant, Sister Grace Aurelia, showed great zeal and tremendous effort in promoting the construction of the Academy. Mother Gara witnessed the laying of the foundation in 1929 and Superior MOtHfcR CLARA GRAHAM d her guidance here as s from 1942 to 1948. 1I +V£ n As we join in celebroting the anniversary of Holy Angels' first quarter century, " 5 XLft- £ we realize the many ways you, the Alumnae, 0 T UX Zs yCrrtA-dc 0 com isj .VO ° 3 VO umnae, v ( '. c r cJ "spread our fame." O _ "u Holy Angels is known because you have lived ( -oX the Christian principles taught here. o»ok 5 rv j As mothers, dedicated lay apostles, and religious, you are our examples of Christian life. For this reason, we, the Seniors, on Holy Angels' Silver Jubilee, 4 our memories with yours; ing to you, the Alumnae, the 1956 ANGELUS 5 ? 3 "HERE IS LIFE is the purpose LIFE, is our purpose. We attain Ti by giving glory to God and achieving happiness in LIFE. We came to Holy Angels trying to live three lives: religious, intellectual, and social. Here we learn that the three are divisions which must be united into one life. Here we follow the Way, we learn the Truth, and we live the r tJ U jiLu. " J ‘ ' -T7?) J u - EVERYTHING ADVANTAGEOUS I Q . , Jgl yOj .A AKtyEARE 4 ivrJ xxr k 40 'A vVv'4 ‘ T ■ S,STER COnSTANCE marie My dear girls: In the years of preparation for graduation you have striven to learn T f to recognize the Divine Will in the daily occurrences of your lives and to train yourselves to accept that Will os being the best for you. Now -Y' PRINCIPAL J? • r you go out to test your work, to join those hundreds of loyal daughters of AHA who hove preceded you. Valiant women promoting God's truth ( os mothers, career women, and religious, they know that loyalty to pfr ideals demands a price and that joyful and loving acceptance of God's Will is the source of the strength to pay that price and the source of true peace ond happiness. For you, our twenty-fifth graduating class, we desire that serenity of soul that comes from loving acceptance of God's Will. As you leave us, we recommend to you Caryll Hollander's lovely thoughts: Be born in us, Incarnate Love. Take our flesh and blood, xjj-'' v And give us Your humanity,- Take our eyes, and give us Your vision,-i '', Take our minds, Jl) And give us Your pure thought; i. i Take our feet and set them on Your path; Take our hands and fold them in Your prayers,-Take our hearts. And give them Your Will to love." J f May y°ur lives and the lives of all our alumnae be rich in the love of C . God and may Incarnate Love be your eternal possession. (jL vu-cA' pi Devotedly yours in St. Joseph, THEY GUIDE US TO THE LIFE SISTER CONSTANCE MARIE, M.A. Catholic University of America Principal SISTER CARMENA, M.A. University of Minnesota Religion, English, Latin SISTER ST. GABRIEL, M.A. Catholic University of America Registrar, Assistant Principal Biology SISTER COSMAS, B.A. College of St. Catherine Art SISTER NORBERTA, B.A. College of St. Catherine Directress of Music Piano, Theory, Harmony THE REVEREND JOSEPH BAGLIO Senior Religion SISTER JEAN PATRICE, B.A. College of St. Catherine Journalism SISTER KARL College Religion CARL, B.S. of St. Catherine ' THE REVEREND JOHN CLAY Sophomore Religion SISTER LOUIS PHILIPPE, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion, French THE REVEREND PAUL DUDLEY Freshman Religion SISTER MARIE, B.S. University of North Dakota Piano, Theory, Harmony THE REVEREND GERALD KENNY Freshman Religion SISTER MARIE CELINE, M.A. De Paul University Religion, Typing THE REVEREND HARRY TOWEY Junior Religion SISTER MARIE RICHARD, M.S. University of Minnesota SISTER AGNES GONZAGA, B.A. Religion, Science College of St. Catherine Religion SISTER ALICE IRENE, M.A. Catholic University of America Mathematics SISTER ALICE VERONICA, B.A. College of St. Catherine Home Economics SISTER AVILA, B.A., B.S. College of St. Catherine Librarian 7SISTER MARY ALOYSIUS, M.A. University of Chicago Mathematics MISS DONNA BUSCH, B.A. College of St. Catherine Glee Club, Music Appreciation SISTER MARY HUGO, M.S. University of Chicago Mathematics MRS. ELAINE B. CARLSON, M.A. , - University of MinnesotaA LOAMfnJ American History History SISTER MARY JAMES, B.A. College of St. Catherine Bookstore Supervisor SISTER MAURA, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion MISS PATRICIA CONNOLLY, B.A. College of St. Catherine English, Speech MISS PATRICIA COUGHLIN, B.A. College of St. Catherine English, Social Problems SISTER REGINALD, B.A. College of St. Catherine Physiology MISS MARY ELLEN FINK, University of Minnesota English M.A. SISTER ROSE EDWARD Food Service MRS. JESSE R. HARTLEY, B.A. College of St. Benedict English SISTER TERESA REGIS, B.A. College of St. Catherine Commercial MISS MARY LAWLER, B.S. University of Minnesota English SISTER VERONICA ALICE, N.P. Bookkeeper SISTER VINCENT DE PAUL, M.A. University of Minnesota Latin MRS. MARGARET S. LEWIS, B.S. University of Minnesota Social Studies MISS MARIANNE PORTER, B.A. College of St. Catherine Art Appreciation, English MRS. MARY B. ANDERSON, B.S. University of Minnesota Biology MRS. JEANNE B. PURDIE, B.S. University of Minnesota Physical Education MRS. PATRICIA W. BAUMANN, B.A. College of St. Catherine English, Dramatics MISS JOAN WALSH, B.S. College of St. Catherine Homemaking, Foods MISS ROSE BURKE, M.A. Columbia University French, Spanish I 8"THOU HAST GRANTED ME LIFE" ’ S‘-$SP i|V . PSALMS 15:11A US- ttf UJL fiA-JZ iM- . £•£' yt x J Oty ?t 7------------ 'f " ' -‘- alU '- y cs y — 6 L4sL4 -XaA- -Aj - £1 2 7 'J stJiA- a ( 4J(_ y ' SfljL J? 2 £ XXX-i As , y4U J ' ' r M j luje yyzs' yiJx Qt ys Lt s y X t 6) JY "P a I" PATRICIA ANNE MULLEN Annunciation , 0 « ' sc‘|ool president 4 . . . Class presi- 1 . Contact Chairmon 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3, 4 . , , Thespians 3 . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: dieting . . . "Who's McKenzie?" . . . soft spots for the strangest things . . • pastime: no time . . . "Autumn Leaves" . . , ambition: to have a toil, long os o squirrel and fuzzy as a rabbit. jjii V'ih.jov j fu j jUcT ' M C hothead" . . . All-school vice-president 4 . . . All-schooly s 0 secretary 3 . . . President 2 . . . Girls State . . . Coos . j tact 2, leader 3, 4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . Latin Club- r ' t Jfyj'lf 3 . . . Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4 . . . hobby: fish fries Y • • • "'You kids, I just feel so wicked" ... a storehouse of y humor (?)... pastime: towing "M" on the saucer . . . y Fjshing" . . . ambition: to get a Tony permanent? Ctean. oU' — Gur?e seecos [s jaui.u 'VVicxJb' on f K qAqxa qvkxju.- ° ;feu ' "£'iooij. £W ant a s-tot jp ut ovu cxr 6r4- MARY CLARE PIERCE Visitation Mary . . . All-school social chairman 4 . . . President 1, 2, 3 . . . Vice-president 1. . .Contact 2, leader 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS, Co-editor . . . Genesians 2, 3 . . . French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 • • • Marvin Oreck Teen Board . . . hobby: tickling the ivories . . . "But I've got a warm heart" . . . personality plus . . . pastime: watching for fho yellow Chev . . . "Unchained Melody" . . • ambition: travel around the world. Xlopt uov 'ruxofe as much_ C VaOvaP O L CatatfL) h. 3ot XlCK$ CYvW. wcstr JUaCl'q. -Vo uo(a «jAi aod C odr tyfes oa. Oan j C ooe_ ROSALYN MARY CARROLL St. Helena "Roni" . . . Class President 4 . . . President 3 . . . Secretary 2 . . . Contact 2, leader 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3 . . . ANGELUS, Co-editor . . . hobby: vacation trips . . . "THIMK" ... an accomplished leader . . . pastime: eating lunch a-la-Ri . . . Chopin's "Polonaise" . . . ambition.- to speak from the diaphragm . . .will remember most: class of '56. 10CAROLYN ANN BACKDAHL Incarnation Carolyn . . . Hostess 2, 4 . . . Contact 2, 3 . . . Gen esians 3, 4 . . . hobby: collecting STMA souvenirs . . "Paul is coming in this week-end" . . . attractive . . pastime: servicing the bus to Rochester . . . "Harlem Noc turne" . . . ambition: to marry a president . . . will re member most: JB Day. KATHLEEN ELISE BEAUDETTE Annunciation "Kathie" . . . French Club 1, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 4 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: Bermuda parties . . . "That's really racy" . . . vivacious . . . pastime.- arguing with Dianne . . . "Night Train" . . . ambition: to be housemother at Notre Dame . . . will remember most: eating lunch out by the pond. Assumption Dianne . . . President 2 . . . Vice-president 4 . . . Con tact 3, 4 • • • French Club 1, 2, 3, Social chairman 4 . . hobby: asking questions . . . "Fix me up, will you" . . well poised . . . pastime: making use of taxi services . . "Runaround" . . . ambition: to get my driver's license . . will remember most: big sisters. DIANNE MARY BARTELL 11 MARY ANDREA BERNEY St. Joan of Arc "Mare" . . . Secretary-Treasurer 1 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: writing letters . . . "No kidding" . . . sparkling smile . . . pastime: going up to Big Birch . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to be as wonderful as my parents . . . will remember most: discarding happy hikers. f {J 4? !- ... . MARY ALICE BEIGLE 4 ' Resurrection Sk "Beetle" . . . CS 3 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . hobby: peeling oranges . . . "Oh, honestly, Hannah" . . . very artistic . . . pastime: making posters "Hard To Get" . . . ambition: to visit "Omaha" . . . remember most: the bus. will £) ea3c oco » ■OLo jcta9% bCt rz QltijCd kjjrv Cc fcnooo b oa Oru y u TXlJicotoo pta.of ttict J2o qJ mhj 'ruurh y e iL-Ma Yfu ‘Moaf udyjnziMdQCtA tUB'OU of vOahvoV. y6kcU- oyYfa a wi Jjr "'Peggy" . . . Vice-president 3 . . . Contact 3, Leader 4 . . . cheerleader 3 . . . hobby: writing letters to Owo-tonna . . . "Talking like a maniac" . . . sincere . . . MARGARET ANN BERGHS St. Peter Vice-president 3 pastime: cruising the drag with Joni . . . "Run-around" . . . ambition: to be as wonderful as my mother . . . will remember most: Sister Marguerite Marie's H.R. x ou- V V')0_ V= 'r N ., Lgl £ t Jt ARCIA ANNE BLACK o CA-Qt y o«a. L Incarnation "Mqjci" . . . Vice-president 1, 2, 3 . • • CS 2 Mqcci . . . Vice-president l, A ' •••'■—- - jljULXj tact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . hobby.- counting ice cream cans . . . "Oh, what a garp!" . . . curly loc . . . pastime: riding in red convertibles . . . "My runny Valentine" . . . ambition: to draw rabbits par excellence • • • W H remember most: swimming pool. t-oeXL«, - Loui_ ol cJ v-0' 1' 0XuJ!cy_ Wf), PATRICIA ANN BLASSINGHAM Holy Name "Blass" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . AVOC 3, 4 . . . Camera Club 4 . . . hobby: trying to see without my glosses . . . "Where's my . friendly . . . pastime: distributing Brownie points . . . "Trying" . . . ambition: college . . . .will remember most: swimming in the poo1 you kids couldn't find. CAROL ANN BOTZ Christ the King "Botzie" . . . Vice-president 1 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Genesians 2, 3 . . . hobby: making mobiles . . . "You kids, what'll I do?" . . . sardonic wit . . . pastime: Bermuda parties . . . "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes . . . ambition: to abolish sock-hops . . . will remember most: Brando Buddies. I 13"Jonie" ELIZABETH BREAULT - s«r„0rysV«nofAf' °£,J Cluh o ®ene»ton» 2 V urer '« 2 . r smart end attractive . . . pastime: tolking to a Mike-ra- -V phone . . . "Harlem Nocturne" . . . ambition: college f . will remember most: JS PATRICIA BROMBACH Resurrection "Phoeb«" . . . Contact 2. 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 4 . . hobby: learning to drive . . . "Not too funny" . . . quiet . . . posfime:Opening fan mail . . . 'Tuxedo Junction" . . . ambition: a job with a long lunch period . . . will remember most: retreats. JUDY CLARINE BROWN St. Peter "Jude" . . . Contact 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 4 . . . AVOC 4 . . . hobby: sewing . . . "Oh, rats" . . . demure . . . pastime: "De" dances . . . "Lover" . . . ambition: work and morrioge . . . will remember most: day after the JS. 14MARGARET CARLSON NANCY ELIZABETH CHAPMAN Annunciation "•Nan" . . . All-School CS 3 . . . President 1, 4 . . . Secretary-Treasurer 2 . . . Contact 2, Leader 3, chairman 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . ACHOAN 2, 3 . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: reading "Peanuts" . . . "Could I please use the car?" . . . magnetic charm . . . "Rhapsody in Blue" . . . ambition: to unconfuse at least one modern man. SHARON MARY CONNORS St. Thomas Sharon . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . hobby: drewdling . . . "Oh, My!" ... a melodious nature . . . pastime: soda jerking . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to pass my driver's test . . . will remember most: those freshman lunches when I was a sophomore. Visitation "Margie" . . . Secretary-Treasurer 3 . . . Parliamentarian 4 .. . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Genesi-ans 2, 3 . . . Music Club 3, 4 . . . Basketball 3, 4 . . . hobby-, wafer skiing . . . "Sure you ore" . . . calm and collected . . . pastime: riding in "Betsey" with Bobbie . . . "You, You, You" . . . ambition: to meet T. S. Eliot , . . will remember most: the train ride to and from Notre Dame. 15SHARRON ELIZABETH COUGHLIN Holy Name "Butch" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: eating . . . "That's life!" . . . dignified . . . pastime: talking . . . "Autumn Leaves" . . . ambition: to be like my mother . . . will remember most: Angelus dance. MARY ANN DAVIS Annunciation "Weiner" . . . Contact 2, 3 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . hobby: golf . . . "No, really" . . . confused . . . pastime: looking for my blue Barry . . . 'We'll Be Together Again" . . . ambition: airline stewardess . . . will remember most: change in footwear. MARY SHEILA DIEHL Our Lady of Grace "Big Deal" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: skating . . . pastime.- going on picnics . . . "Black Denim Trousers" . . . ambition: to be o botanist at Bachman's . . . will remember most: 1:00 lunch. 16BARBARA ANN DONAHUE Christ the King "Borb" . . . Contact 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . hobby: writing letters to Wisconsin . . . "Confused" . . . her height is her crown . . . pastime: southern hospitality . . . "Moments to Remember" . . . ambition.- to be like my parents . . . will remember most: Mrs. Lewis' history class. SHARRON ANN DOYLE St. Peter "Doylie" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . hobby: Laker basketball games . . . "Well that's the way it goes" . . . easy going . . . pastime: trips into town . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to go to Ireland . . . will remember most: missing the bus. VIRGINIA MARY DOYLE Christ the King "Ginny" . . . Vice-president 2, 4 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3 . . . Thespian 3, Treasurer 4 . . . hobby: making canapes . . . "I'm getting that panicky feeling!" . . . overflowing with sweetness . . . pastime: mixing . . . "Notre Dame Rouser" . . . ambition: write a book, LIFE AT AHA . . . will remember most: big sisters. 17DIANE MARIE DUFRESNE Assumption "Di" . . . Contact 2, 3 . . . ANGELUS . . . hobby-, getting letters . . . "Well, that's the way life goes!" . . . a righteous personality . . . pastime: planning things we never do . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to be os wonderful as my mother . . . will remember most: trips to the principal's office. MARY FRANCES ELLIOTT Our Lady of Grace "Fran" . . . Vice-president 3, 4 ... Secretory 2 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Genesians 2, 3 . . . Science Club 4 . . . hobby: bottling with Eliot . . . "How tremendous!" ... a winning way . . . pastime: visiting Dairy Queens . . . "Lullaby of Birdlond" . . . ambition: to make calorie free ice cream . . . will remember most: red hots on pencil sharpener. ELAINE MARIAN DUFORT Incarnation "Laine" . . . CS 1 ... Vice-president 2 . . . Contact 2, leader 3, 4 . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . hobby: having fun . . . "Well, then, there, now!" . . . subtle humor . . . pastime: Edina parties . . . "Moonlight in Vermont" . . . ombition: college . . . will remember most: Angelus. 18JULIANNE MARY FISCHER . St. Thomas "Julie" . . . Secretary-Treasurer 3 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGEIUS . . . French Club I, 2, 3 . . . hobby: water skiing . . . "Hey, you kids, listen" . . . pretty, pert, and peppy . . . pastime: telling jokes . . . "San Antonio Rose" . . . ambition.- to yodel like Diane . . . will remember most: the alarm at 6:15 a.m. I ■CM V MARY IEE FOLEY Our Lady of Grace M Lee . . . C$ 2 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Thespians 3 . . . Genesians 4 . . . hobby: loading the station wagon for school . . . "When shall we three meet again" . . . stage struck . . . pastime: coaching Brother Ignatius' prize pupil ... "I Spoke Too Soon" . . .ambition: college . . . will remember most: early morning breakfast at the park. SHAREN MARY FOWLER St. Peter "Shary" . . . Contact 2, 3 . . . ACHOAN . . . hobby: drawing . . . "Oh, I don't know" . . . continuol smile . . . pastime: dancing . . . "Moments to Remember" . . . ambition: to marry a real "George" guy . . . will remember most: garlic in the radiators. 19DIANE LAVERN FRANDRUP Incarnation "Diane" . . . Secretary-Treasurer 3 . . . Contact 3, 4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 3, President 4 . . . Hobby: singing . . . "Just think of the calories" . . .outstanding poise . . . pastime: teaching dancing . . . "Rhapsody in Blue" . . . ambition: the bright lights . . . will remember most: 6th period physiology class. ROSALIE KATHRYN FREILING St. Helena "Rosie" . . . Contact 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 3,4 .. . Camera Club 4 . . . hobby: driving the big Mercury . . . "What?Huh?" . . mischievous brown eyes . . . pastime: working at Fanny's . . . "Trying" . . . ambition: practical nursing . . . will remember most: sophomore retreat. BARBARA JOAN GALE St. Thomas "Barb" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: collecting "TomTom's" . . . "I'll start my diet tomorrow" . . . midget footwear . . . pastime: Biowling . . . "Moments to Remember" . . . ambition: get my driver's license. 20I reme ETH ANN GINDORFF is! the King losurer 1 . . . Contact leader 2, ACHOAN . . . Genesians 2, 3 . Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 . . . hob-parties for "M" . . . "You know" . . . . . pastime: writing to St. Johns . . . for You" . . . ambition: to marry a ir most: school on Friday, October ,T)Mn Aoi. 5. - tadL vt_ fht olW und i- min ' o e|, eiocxf, eU P mb, d? 'm cj°;'X t balL, taoioq IKio ScW? SHARON LEE GLEASON Cir mf" . . op Mi qotthx Visitation "T Q "Tree" . . . President 3 . . . Vice-president 1 . . Ooiv tact 2, 3, 4 . . . French Club 2, 3 . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4 UU . hobby: preparing for bomb attacks . . . "That's fl we in the big city" . . . constant comedian . . . pastime: a-pickin an a-packin li'l Choc'lates at Fanny's . . . "That Old Black Magic" . . . ambition: to write the constitution for the Brando Buddies. , O ' } flJ tjex v htnco ELEANOR ANN GRANGER Our Lady of Grace "Elnee" . . . Secretary-Treasurer 1, 4 . . . Contact 2, 3. 4 . . , ACHOAN 2, 3 . . . Thespians 3 . . . Genesians, Vice-president 4 . . . Latin Club 2, 3 . . . hobby: making fish sticks of Mary Kay's ... "I forgot" ... an affable Angie . . . pastime: having surprises . . . "Why Don't You Believe Me" . . . ambition: to win an argument. 21CAROL GROSS • Our Lady of Grace Carol . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . hobby: playing the piano ... "I don't care" . . . quiet . . . pastime: ice skating . . . "Moments to Remember" . . . ambition: to succeed . . ..will remember most: JS. LUCY GIBBS HAMEL; Incarnation "Luce" . . . Treasurer 2, 3, 4 . . . Secretary 3, 4 . . Contact leader 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: swimming, dancing . . . "Cut it out" . . . All American Girl . . . pastime: riding my bicycle to school n)Jv . . . "We'll Be Together Again" . . . ambition: to catch r a joke. ROBERTA MARY HAMILTON Visitation "Bobbie" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Camera Club 1, 3 . . . hobby: driving . . . "Be good" . . . nice to know . . . pastime: driving the gang around in "Betsey" . . . 'Write Me a Letter, Baby" . . . ambition: to get married and have a large family . . . will remember most: Angelus, JS, and retreat. 22t JL tzUfb '- 6 M- )4-+ J M - -A - X- - aV K - 2 U aJT- Aju . , BARBARA ANN HANNAN Resurrection "Barb" . . . Contact 2, 3, leader 4 . . . ACHOAN . . . hobby: sewing my wardrobe . . . "Oh, really?" . . . demure . . . postime: trips to Pequot Lake . . . "Don't Stay Away Too Long" . . . ambition: to be as motherly as my mother . . . will remember most: that enchanted evening. MereA MARY AGNES HILL JUDITH ANNE HARRIS "Judy' Incarnation Contact 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 . hobby: ironing blouse! ! "Oh, I m so confused" . . . cute as a button . working at "Fanny's" . to be at least 5'2" tall hikers. . pastime: Run Around" . . . ambition: will remember most: happy St. Thomas the Apostle "Ant-Hill" . . . Contact 2, 3 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . hobby: collecting freckle removers . . . "But I'm on a diet" . . . casual . . . pastime: watching for the postman . . . "Stardust" . . . ambition: to tack RN after my name . . . will remember most: being an upperclassman. 23-0 L -0 •s-OjCfcj -0 4 SL - fe,W VK V|l 4£ CiA - — Y- V; CyOofva T MARY LOU IACONO t-V , 0-- St. Peter -V -t-Vj , bt. Keter Mary . CS Chairman 2 . . . Contact 2, 4 . . . Glee 3 Club 2, 3, 4 • • • hobby: collecting coupons . . . mild mannered . . • pastime: trimming those bangs . . . "Once in a While" • • • ambition: to face the world with open eyes . . • will remember most: finding out there was no swimming pool. Cc C £oc4 StL, MARILYN LOUISE HORNIG Resurrection "Mair" . . . Secretary 3 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: sewing something new . . . "What did you say?" . . . athletic ability . . . pastime: playing tennis . . . "In the Mood" . . . ambition: to remember what not to forget . . . will remember most: the crowded bus. KATHLEEN LOUISE HUDSON St. Thomas the Apostle "Kafh" . . . Vice-president 3 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: tripping, teasing and goofing off . . . "Hi, Fathead" . . . slap happy . . . pastime.- having a "Jim-dandy" time . . . "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" . . . ambition: to grow up . . . will remember most: punishment after switching freshman lunches. 24SHEILA ANN JANS Christ the King "She" . . . Vice-president 4 . . . Contact 4 . . . ANGE-LUS . . . hobby: discussing education with my Irish pen pal ... . "This is ridiculous" . . . always willing to lend a hand . . . pastime: playing records . . . "Pretend" . . . ambition: to be the first to drive an all rubber car . . . will remember most: watching Sue Kelly fall up the stairs. PAULETTE MARIE JELENSE Most Holy Trinity "Putty" . . . President 3 . . . Secretary-Treasurer 3 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3, page editor 4 . . . Latin Club 3, 4 . . . Music Club 4 . . . hobby: traveling . . . "Okay then, bye now" . . . competent and dependable . . . pastime: dissecting animals . . . Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C Minor . . . ambition: to find out what my ambition is. CATHERINE ANN JOHNSEN St. Bridget "Cathy" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . AVOC 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3 . . . hobby: relaxing with music . . . "You k n o w?" . . . perfect diction . . . pastime: dancing, records, eating . . . "Autumn Leaves" . . . ambition: to receive a million dollars from "The Millionaire" . . . will remember most: those late buses.DEBORAH ANNE JOHNSON St. Thomas "Debbie" . . . Treasurer 3 . . . CS 3 . . . Genesians 2, 3 . . . Thespian Troop reporter 4 . . . French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . AVOC . . . hobby: letters to Pontiac . . . "Tremendous!" . . . bundle of vitality . . . pastime: Irishmen . . . "Gentlemen Marry Brunettes" . . . ambition: to fulfill God's wishes . . . will remember most: "M Lee's" spelling tests. JUDITH ANN JOHNSON St. Richard "Johns" . . . President 2 . . . Vice-president 3 . . . Contact 2, 3, leader 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . hobby: collecting tickets with the Plymouth . . . "Goin' on a Lion Hunt" ... a jolly joker . , . pastime: trips to Donaldson's . . . "Till Then" . . . ambition: to marry a Norwegian. JANET ELIZABETH KEENE Christ the King "Jan" . . . Parliamentarian 4 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Basketball 2. 3. 4 . . . GAA . . . hobby: taming "Leo" the lion ... "I have to get home" . . . sports star . . . pastime: calls from Notre Dame . . . "Overture 1812" . . . ambition: to raise a "Dennis the Menace" . . . will remember most: trophy and last game with St. Joe's. 26PATRICIA DIANE KELLOGG Assumption "Pot" . . . Confoct 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN . . . Glee Club 2, 3 . . . hobby: sports . . . "When do we eat?" . . . contagious courtesy . . . pastime: learning to drive . . . "Trying" . . . ambition: to go to Europe . . . will remember most: changing partners with Diane. Our lady of Groce ■' Suo" . . . President 2 . CS 3 . Contact 2. 3'4 . . ACHOAN 2, 3 . Thespians 3 Geneston Sec- . retory 3 . . hobby: eating . . . "Seriously though Cci£g . . hos on eye for mischief . . . pastime-, working at Fanny's . . . "Moonlight in Vermont" . . . ambition-, to , Return to Notre Dame , . _ ' • ■J Our Lady of Groce "Kerts" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . Club 3, Secretary 4 . . . Camera Club 3, 4 . . sports, records, dancing . . . "May I borrow your comb' . . . always interesting . . . pastime.- trying to hit a golf-ball 2 inches . . . "Thunderbird" . . . ambition: to learn the bop . . . will remember most: JB Day. 27 GERALDINE HELEN KILLIAN Our Lady of Grace "Gerry" . . . Vice-president 2 . . . CS 1 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3 . . . Thespian Treasurer 3 . . . Genesians 3, Vice-president 4 . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: 'Tom and Gerry" Comedies . . . "I'm hungry" ... air of innocence . . . pastime: shopping at Pat's market . . . "Carry Me Back to Old Virginia" . . . ambition: not to be so gullible . . . will remember most: planning trips to the funnel. ALICE JOANNE KING Incarnation "Ai" . . . Secretary-Treasurer 1 . . . CS 4 . . . Contact 2. 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3 . . . ANGELUS . . .Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: "Roni's" slumber parties . . . "Nummy" . . . blessed with talent . . . pastime: counseling the love-lorn . . . "Moonlight in Vermont" . . . ambition: to be alone. MARY ELIZABETH KNOTZ St. Joan of Arc "Lib" . . . President 1, 2, 3 . . . Contoct 2, 3, 4 . . . Gensians 2, 3 . . . hobby: delivering flowers at good old MSH . . . "That's fortunate" . . . always understanding . . . pastime: waiting for Marcia and Mary Ann . . . "I'll Never Stop Loving You" . . . ambition: to play the lead in "Peter Pan." 28SHARON ANNE LANG St. Thomas "Langor-Clanger" . . . Secretory-Treasurer 4 r0n tact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . hobby: having slumbe parties . . . "No, but seriously" ... the "giggler" pastime: picnics . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to hear Nel's Bells" . . . will remember most: Father Cloy's religion class. 'PcAiA. Ola y cm toz ZZZZ MAUREEN LANNAN Our lady of Grace Contact 2, leader 3, 4 . . . Genesian Presi-. Thespian President 4 . . . hobby: canning "I don't believe it" . . . sweet . . . pastime: Fixing dead batteries in St. Paul . . . "You, You, You" . . . ambition: to be in Sandy's shoes . . . will remember most: JS early morning picnic at Minnehaha. "Moe" dent 3 corn JOANNE MARIE LAPOLE Visitation "Jo" . . . President 3 . . . Vice-president 1 . . . Treasurer 2 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 3, 4 . . . French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: writing one-way letters to Johnnyville . . . "That's the way things were in Haw-kin's Falls" . . . always the artist . . . pastime: knitting on argyle . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to replace Betty Crocker . . . will remember most: heel hugging happy hikers. 29 -r vi ,W - j2e O- q xn£? a tj) Y - Sc v FLORENCE CORENE LEHMAN Incarnation ■som r2- v" ■ Ws 'es: .'•3 ' gjc . .,; POV ST kTO»;-'»' -K. E ocabu! lory . . . will remember most, Bimp's lolling nylons. MARY ANN LEININGER Holy Name Mary Ann . . . President 1, 2, 3 . . . Vice-president 3 . . . Contact 2. 3, 4 . . . ANGEIUS . . . Glee Club 2, Treasurer 3 . . . Music Club 3. President 4 . . . hobby: playing the piano ... "I don't know" . . . calm and collected . . . pastime: waiting for Marcia . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: get o driver's license . . . will remember most: geometry. ANDREA LEONARD St. Peter "Dedo" . . . Contoct 2. 3. 4 . . . hobby: sewing . . . ,S ° S,'.n "' ‘ ‘ ° rient • • • pastime: onything fun . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: family of at least eight . . . will remember most: dissecting frogs in biology. 30MARILYN CLAIRE LERSCHEN Resurrection "Lersch" . . . Secretary.Treasurer 2, 3 . . . Contact leader 3, 4 . . , Genesians 2, 3, 4 . . . Cheerleader 3 . . . Girls State Alternate . . . Thomas' Teen Board . . . hobby: trying to drive? . . . "Hi, doll" . . . style consultant . . . pastime: parties at Gerry's . . . "Intermission Riff" • . . ambition: to have a "Rod" all my own. MARY JOSEPHINE LINDER Christ the King "M" . . . Contact leader 3, 4 . . . Thespians 3 . . . Genesians 4 . . . hobby: water-skiing at Mary Kay's on "Mondays" . . . "I'll call you back later" . . . pastime: learning "Art" . . . "Night Train" . . . ambition: to go sideways in a car down a street. Incarnation Carol . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: STMA . . . "Oh, we'll have a riot" . . . has a good time anywhere . . . pastime: dancing .. . "Night Train" . . . ambition: to get my driver's license . . . will remember most: room 119. CAROL CATHERINE LEWIS 31CLAIRE ALICE LINSMAYER Visitation Claire . . . Contact 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 3, 4 . . . Gen-esians 2, 3 . . . French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 • • • hobby: removing sand . . . "What a panic" . . . always a laff . . . pastime: riding to school in Betsey with Bobbie . . . "Memories" . . . ambition: go back to Notre Dame. r Zo C-Z Q y? ''' JUDITH MARY LOUIS Resurrection ' "Judi" . . . Vice-president 1, 2 . . . Secretary 2, 3 Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 3, 4 . . . Latin Club 2, President 3, 4 . . . hobby: playing the piano and writing letters „ . . "Big thrill" . . . tranquil personality . . . postime: collecting "Bills" . . . "It Shall Come to Pass" . . . ambition: Aedificere a wotch tower down by the insula. W— SHARON ELIZABETH LOVO Assumption Sharon . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 4 . . . hobby: trying to get up on water skis . . . "And away-ay we go" . . . pastime: talking on the phone . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to hide my clothes from my sister, successfully . . . will remember most: sitting in the last row in the auditorium. 32MARY ANN McGEE Christ the King "Mickey" . . . Contoct 2, 3, A .. . hobby: memorizing pop tunes . . . "Is if morning already?" . . . desirably nice . . . pastime: fishing . . . "Because" . . . ambition: to learn Judie's lindy . . . will remember most: no happy hikers. SHARON JOANN McGOWAN Assumption "Mac" . . . Contact 2. 3, A . . . hobby: ???? . . . "How about that" . . . that pepsodenf smile . . . pastime: watching "Red" sail in the sunset . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to have a seven day weekend . . . will remember most: garlic on the radiators. SHEILA ELIZABETH McGUIRE Incarnation "Sheba" . . . Vice-president 2 . . CS 3 . . . Contact 2. 3, 4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . French Club Vice-president 2 . . . hobby: doing dishes at Mary Jo's . . . "Aw, now" . . , forever smiling . . . pastime: singing to Sharon over the phone . . . "Deep Purple" . . . ambition: to get the car . . . will remember most: car caravan to "De". 33CAROL McKUSICK St. Peter Corol . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby-, painting ... "I don't know, but what's happening" . . . pastime.- going to parties and dances . . . "Ubangi Stomp" . . . ambition: to be a "Bill" collector . . . will remember most: when we got our class rings. KATHLEEN ANN McSHANE St. Helena "Mick" . . . Contact 3, 4 . . . hobby: animals . . . "Guess who I sow lost night?" . . . pastime: a Buick "convert" and "that Boy". . . "Moments to Remember" . . . ambition: the "Wedding March" . . . will remember most: the JS.. dW , y jP , MARY CHRISTINE MEIER St. Richard . . . Hostess 4 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ' . . Glee Club 4 . . . hobby: tolking on the —" — — ' 'Wouldn't that frost you?" . . . that inno-. . pastime: planning weekends . . . "Autumn . ambition: to become a medical technician ‘ u J . . . will remember most: our big sisters' picnic. - l tik "Mol Doll' ACHOAN . phone . . . cent look . Leaves" . . J 6 O MARY LOUISE MILES Visitation "Limpy" . . . CS Chairman 3 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3 . . . hobby: collecting salt and pepper shakers . . . "Oh sure" . . .a true friend, radiates intelligence . . . pastime: riding to school in "Betsey" with Bobbie . . . "Present for Bob" . . . ambition: to go to Duke . . . will remember most: waiting for Joanne and missing the bus. MARY ELIZABETH MILLER St. Albert the Great "Mary Liz" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . hobby: collecting money and writing letters to soldier boys. . . "Hold the fort. I'm coming" . . . sweet os can be . . . pastime: staying out of mischief and letters from Germany . . . "Moments to Remember" . . . ambition: just to be . .. will remember most: listening to news every hour for history. MARY JO MULCAHY Annunciation "Jo Jo" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . hobby: dirtying dishes for Sheila . . . "This is information" . . . pastime: keeping tab on the Armed Forces . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to marry a "Jack" of all trades . . . will remember most: Angelus dance. 35KATHERINE EILEEN NELSEN St. Thomas "Nels bells" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . hobby: going on picnics . . . "Wa-it a minute" ... a million laughs . . . pastime: running out of gas . . . "Lullaby of Birdland" . . . ambition: to work at Prudential . . . will remember most: my first swim in the pool. CONSTANCE PATRICIA NEVINS St. Thomas "Connie" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Genesians 2, 3 . . . hobby: chatting on the phone . . . "How did I get my license?" . . . forgetful but unforgetable . . . pastime-, ski antics at Christmas Lake . . . "Ring, Telephone, Ring" . . . ambition: to be the first co-ed at St. Thomas College . . . will remember most: '55 Senior Farewell. RAMONA IRENE NYGAARD Incarnation "Mona" . . . CS 2 . . . Contact 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Mary-like ... "I feel deflated" . . . hobby: playing the piano . . . "Trying" . . . ambition: to teach English at Holy Angels. . . will remember most: Sister Marguerite Marie. 36MARY KATHERINE O'BRIEN Annunciation "Mary Kay" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . hobby: photography and collecting records . . . "It was just a riot" . . . sunny smile too good to miss . . . "Tara's Theme" . . . ambition: to get a seat on the bus . . . will remember most: lunch table discussions. DOROTHY AGNES OXBOROUGH Nativity "Ox" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: getting kids at Bloomington High School to join Contact ... "I just haven't got one" . . . sweet and understanding . . . pastime: keeping my sister away from my clothes . . . ambition: to grow an inch . . . will remember most: getting acquainted with new faces. JEANNE MARIE PARENT St. John "Jeannie" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: drawing . . . "I forgot my bus pass" . . . cheerful smile for all . . . pastime: Friday nights . . . "September Song" . . . ambition: to get a license . . . will remember most: when we received our gold ties.JANICE MARGARET PEASE St. Agatha "Jan" . . . Contact 4 . . . Camera Club 4 . . . hobby: raising a Palomino colt . . , "That's real George" . . . new this year . . . pastime: dreaming . . . "The Kentuckian" . . . ambition: to ski down Mt. Everest . . . will remember most: driving twenty miles to school. pyjrzL. GERALDINE LORETTA PETERS Contact 2, 3, 4 Resurrection "Gerry" . . . Vice-president 1 . . hobby: sewing . . . "That's the way things are in Hawkins Fall's" . . . pastime: having parties . . . "Truly" . . . ambition: to teach "Lersch" to drive . . . will remember most: JB Day. JOAN FRANCES PFEIFER Resurrection "Joanie" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: driving that blue convertible . . . "Carole, get off that phone" . . . pastime: Sunday afternoons . . . "Moments to Remember" . . . ambition: to break 200 in bowling . . . will remember most: concocting things in cooking class. 38JOAN PIEPER Assumption "Joanie" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby.- sketching . . . 'That's life" . . . sugar and spice . . . pastime: driving Peg around . . . "It Was Just One of Those Things" . . . ambition: to learn to play tennis and to water-ski . . . will remember most: Angelus. SALLY PLATZER St. Thomas Sally . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Genesians 2, 3, 4 . . . AVOC 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: sewing . . . "Hey, kids" . . . industrious . . . pastime: eating at Charlie's house . . . "Only Make Believe" . . . ambition: to teach at "DE" . . . will remember most: one o'clock hunger pangs. MARY BERNADETTE PUDWILL St. Thomas Mary . . . Contact 3, 4 . . . hobby: going to school "Oh, Dear!" . . . friendly smile for everyone . . . pastime: listening to music . . . "Blue Star" . . . ambition: to become an airline hostess . . . will remember most: JB Day.BETTY RADFORD St. Peters "Hokey" . . . Treasurer ], 2 .. . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: working at Curran's . . . "You know if" . . . dancing eyes . . . pastime: wafer skiing . . . "You and You Alone" . . . ambition: to be a nurse . . . will re- member most: the swimming pool on the fourth floor? VIRGINIA ANNE RANDOLPH Basilica "Ginny" . . . Secretary-Treasurer 2 . . . Treasurer 1 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: collecting jazz . . . "I'm telling you Mabel, he's so gurney you'd die!" . . . everyone's iddy-biddy buddy . . . pastime: painting portraits . . . "Ain't Misbehavin' "... ambition: to be a second Ceil Chapman. MARGARET ELLEN REARDON Christ the King "Peggy" . . . Contact 3, 4 . . . hobby: bowling . . . "My dad will fake us" . . . unassuming manner . . . pastime.- talks at the drugstore . . . "Mood Indigo" . . . ambition: to have the patience my mother has . . . will remember most: our first Angelus. 40BARBARA JEANNE REICHEL Basilica "Bobbie" . . . Vice-president 1 . . . Contact 4 . . . Qen. esians 3, 4 . . . Thespians 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3 Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Hobby: celebrating anniversaries . . . "I'm on a diet!" . . . personified pep . . . pastime: reading old letters . . . "Johnny is the Boy for Me" ambition: to learn law from a good teacher . . . wj|| re. member most: basketball intramurals. V v . -y uC £)- ►-£ “t j—. vo julj. MARY SHARON „ St. Thomas • • • Vice-president 3 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ±. Alo ACHOAN 2, 3 . . . ANGELUS . . . Genesians 2. 3 . . . ’ hobby: auditorium . . . "The funniest thing happened" . . . Charity's helping hand . . . pastime.- filling my purse . . . ambition.- to learn to Thimk . . . will remem- — ber most: bus posses. ANNE KATHERINE ROGERS St. Thomas "Peg's little sister" . . . President 3, 4 . . . CS 2, 3 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Thespians 3 . . . Genesian 2, 3, Secretary 4 . . . hobby: running for the bus . . . "Well . . . now" . . . class idol . . . pastime: writing letters to Winona . . . "Harlem Nocturne" . . . ambition: physical therapist . . . will remember most: recitation points for Mrs. Carlson's history class. 41 '-0- ±, -C W MARILYN ROSE RUDEK ? St. Peter — fU- "Moir" . . . C$r 3 . . . Contoct 2, Leader 3, ‘-4 . . . t -cs-a Genesians 2, 3 . . . Camera Club 1,2... Latin 2, 3, 4 f p . . . AVOC . . . Dayton's Teen Board . . . hobby: or-guing . . . "How fun" . . . bundle of vitality . . . pastime: long-winded phone conversations . . . "Scatter- brain" . . . ambition.- to keep the flame of my Jack-o-lantern burning. . . will remember most: term papers till 3 o m ELLEN ELIZABETH RUSSELL Visitation Ellen . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . AVOC 3, Synopter Clerk 4 . . . hobby: collecting cups, saucers and assembling scropbooks . . . "Reolly" . . . angelical sweetness . . . pastime: working at Fanny's with Sue . . . "Dream" . . . ambition: to be os Mary-like as my mother . . . will remember most: Father-Daughter banquets. JUDITH MARIE SAUSEN Annunciation "Judy" . . . President 2 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3, Editor 4 . . . AVOC 3, 4 . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: reading . . . "Umm-m-m" ... all Angie . . . pastime: running in the halls . . . "Oklahoma" . . . ambition: edit the first lunar newspaper . . . will remember most: Milwaukee Press Conference. 42"Schlader" . . . Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 4 . . . hobby: membership in "Germans Anonymous" . . . "You kids! I'm just gonna get shot" . . . character with a capital "C" . . . pastime: to win an argument from Pat Mullen. GRETCHEN MARY SCHWEIGER St. Peter "Gretch" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: doing nothing .. . "If only" . . . fascinating hair like sunshine . . . pastime: waiting for that special phone call . . . "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" . . . ambition: not to have a worry in the world . . . will remember most: receiving my class ring. SARAH ANN STEINER Christ the King "Sally" . . . CS 4 . . . Contact 2. 3. 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . hobby: writing in my diary . . . "Everything from soup to nuts" . . . pert and lively . . . pastime: those Sunday afternoon drives . . . "Deep Purple" . . . ambition: to hove a page boy . . . will remember most: Angelus dance. 43PATRICIA ANN TAIT Christ the King "Tater" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 • • • hobby: exterior decorating . . . "You know what I mean" . . . active and enthusiastic . . . pastime: trips to Donaldson's with Judy . . . "If You Knew Susie Like I Know Susie" . . . ambition: to conquer Mary Kay's ambition . . . will remember most: JB day. BONITA MARIE TALBOT St. Helena "Bonnie" . . . President 1 . . . Contact 2, Leader 3, 4 . . . Achoan 2, 3 . . . ANGELUS . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Music Club 3, 4 . . . hobby: sewing . . . "We had just a panic" . . . pastime: lunchroom conversation . . . "Sentimental Journey" . . . ambition: to finish an assignment two days before it is due . . . will remember most: dissecting frogs. St. Joan of Arc "Nance" . . . CS Chairman 2 . . . ANGELUS . . . hobby: drawing . . . "Oh, Ping" . . . pastime: exceeding my 10:30 telephone limits . . . "Charlie My Boy" . . . ambition: to take a plane to a far off land . . . will remember most: crazy hat day. NANCEE LOUISE TENNIER 44SHERRY LOU THEISEN St. Thomas Sherry . . . CS 2 . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: chatting about Minnetonka . . . "Hey, listen you kids!" . . . pastime: sitting "Under The Wing" . . . "The Popcorn Song" . . . ambition: to serve a glass of Sherry to the Russian Premier . . . will remember most: decorating the Minikahda Club. 'ZjtZp' MARGARET MAkY TILL St. Stephen . Glee Club 4 . . . Contact7 4 . . . h iv sewing and painting . . . "You make me sick" . . . finish-ing touch to our senior class . . . ambition Margie'1 Vf ' GLORIA JANE TURES Resurrection Gloria . . . Contact 3, 4 . . . hobby: swiping "Swoony" Swedes . . . "Oh, no, you're kidding" ... a boundless personality . . . pastime: mining platinum for the Revlon Company . . . "HI Never Stop Loving You" . . . ambition: to be under par with my golfing star . . . will remember most: AHA Sophomore Mixer. 45SUZANNE CLAIRE WALCH Annunciation "Sue" . . . Contact 2, 3, 4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . hobby: writing to Notre Dame . . . "You're kidding" . . . pastime: working at "Fanny's" with Ellen . . . "September Song" . . . ambition: to get my driver's license . . . will remember most: JS. JANET AGNES WALTON St. Leonard "Jon" . . . Contact . . . hobby: dancing . . . "Well, really!" ... an adagio in music and dancing . . . pastime: writing letters . . - "Autumn leaves" . . . ambition: to be a dancing teacher . . . will remember most: one o'clock lunches in our junior year. 46MOMENTS TO REMEMBER "Where do we go now?" Will you tie my tie? Gosh I'm scared — Well, I thought I'd die!" Our first retreat in that freshman year. With the aid of big sisters we conquered fear Of gold ties — new faces — and not being "real cool' But where did you say was the swimming pool? Air-wick vs. garlic and the tunnel episodes. Had us sitting on the bench in "mourning" loads. We had our class party with the U.N. theme. The first of our "mixers" began in a dream. "Let's Get Together" put us "In the Mood" Pat Mullen os president headed the brood. Father O'Connell — all "Working Together" — Cyndall Main and wow! glamour forever. Green hair on St. Pat's — changing frosh lunches We invaded "De" in carloads and bunches. We hit the limelight with "De's" nomination The Angelus, our first, caused a sensation. 'Time Out" during a homeroom basketball game, Goodbye to happy hikers that won such fame. , • A Retreat with Father Dufresne left us inspired c«_. We willingly worked for the class rings we dosircaV, Pat again as president was our popular choice At Girls State, Mary Kay acted as AHA's voice. We learned courtesy through Kangaroo Court, With colorful bus passes our tempers were shortT While Liz and Gloria reigned royally at "De" Angies enjoyed their first basketball trophy. Remember J.B. day and those "Brando Buddies And Notre Dame — studying without studies? We met with seniors for a breakfast fun-fest. And "enchanted" them later with their final sOcJl- 'Well, then there now" came our senior year With Roni as class president we let out a cheer. Father Fleming and Father Baglio too. Helped us moke sure our troubles were few. "Angies in Christmas land" gave Dads a show. And surprisingly F-A-T-H-E-R spells "Daddy-O!" With volleyballs clutched, we met in the court. Students against teachers defended the fort. 'The Time is Out of Joint" caused us distress Till we proved that "God is" with "Reasonable" success. Yes, this year, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" with "Peanuts", our rebel, James Dean, "Blackboard Jumble" in 117. 0"? 47 Our "Memories Are Mode of This".Millicent Adams Patricia Ahmann Rosemary Allendorf Marlys Anderson Mary Agnes Bailey Pat Bailey Barbara Barrett Mary Bastien Sheila Berndt Rose Bigelow Marilyn Bintner Pat Borer Judy Bredt Mary Breault Barbara Bunes Christeen Burke Mary Busch Margaret Buttell JUNIORS Pat Cairns Mary Ann Capko Pat Carlin Donna Carlson Elodie Chichester Joan Clarey Judy Clark Marie Coffman Virginia Considine Mary Ann Dalton Frederica Danielson Mary Davy Jean Dawson Rebecca Deebach Jean Dickinson Mary Jo Dobbelmann Kathleen Donahue Carol Dorff Bea Dorsey De Anne Doughty Mary Ellen Dower Marilynn Eckes Carole Edwards Eleanor Egan 48Karen Erickson Rita Fehrenbach Sandra Findsen Carolyn Fischer Mary Flood Mary Kay Frazier Billie Galka Sheila Gallagher Marcillo Gervais Frances Getcholl Mary Jo Giesen Betty Graen Mary Grathwol Lois Grundhauser Beverly Habberstad Sharon Halverson Karel Hannon Eloise Hansen Mary Hoppe Mary Jeanne Hartwig Mary Jo Heenon Nancy Heiber Judy Heimerl Jo Ann Hite Helen Hughes Beverly Huney Nina Ice Carol Irmen Suzanne Jelense Joyce Johnson Linda Joyce Mary Kenney Pat Kenney Margaret Keogh Judy King Betty Klopp Mary Kobbe Barbara Kort Mary Ann Krokus Barbara Kuhl Mary Lou Kupper Roslyn Lamusga Kathie Larkin Nancy Lee Joyce Leibly Rita Le Juene Janet Lenander Mary Loula A r j n I f 3 M ■ —? ' i ) © I y r '- 7 -. ak - w 'jL k 1 Sue Lovold Jo Ann Lowry Pot Lowy Mary Kay Lynch Sharon Lynch Sue McCabe Jo Ann McClellan Janet McKenzie Jeanette McKenzie Jean McPherson Sharon McSweeny Sharon Malek Mary Martin Pat Martyn Julie Mason Theodora Menges Margaret Mewhorter Bernadine Meyer Marcia Moonan Mary Moore Mary Mullen Jo Ann Multaler Rhea Newman Janan Nolan Judy Oberg Ellen O'Brien Johnette O'Connell Pat O'Hanlon Joanne O'Keefe Barbara Olsen Jann Ondrey Winnifred Ortloff Mary O'Sullivan Mary Ann Paffell Susan Palmer Joann Peters Margaret Peterson Carole Pfeifer Kalhie Quinn Marlene Rath 50Judy Reichel Carol Richmond Sheila Rowland Joan Rumford Kay Rundquist Kay Ryan Marie Schatzlein Jean Scherer Kathleen Schuler Mary Seidel Bridget Sexton Sharon Sir Auna Skarning Judy Skoog Carol Smisek Marilyn Smith Helen Snee Susan Sobraske "THOU HAS MADE KNOWN TO ME THE WAYS OF LIFE." PSALMS 15:11 Susan Stadther Sandra Stanek Pat Theroux Eva Tourfelotte Maret Trader Judy Wallrich Mary Wehmhoff Mary Williams Toyse Williams Pat Wilson Sue Woods Rosemary Woodyard Mary Young Helen Zahradka Judy Zeglen Maryann Zinn 51Martha Allen Carol Anderson Pat Anderson Judy Baden Leah Bailey Alyce Balego Susan Barrett Pat Barry Pat Beamish Mary Belanger Audrey Berg Ann Bergman Susan Bliss Jeanette Boehnke Carol Borgerson Judy Bowler Carol Brecke Catherine Brigham Peggy Broker Ann Burke Mary Ellen Byrne Kay Byron Ann Carroll Judy Carroll SOPHOMORES Mary Ellen Casagrande Mary Casey Kathleen Casey Heather Clark Jeanne Collins Melissa Connolly Maureen Connor Pa Connors Pat Cook Betty Cramer Joyce Cremers Sheila Cummings Barbara Daly Dianne Davis Mary Donnelly Anne Dower Ann Dwyer Marilyn Ehli Marcia Edwards Gloria Fernlund Judy Feyder Pat Finley Pat Flood Carol FoertschSue Foster Ann Friendshuh Mary Fyten Mary Gillis Jean Gonyer Joan Gofzian Margaret Grays Theresa Green Karen Gregory Sally Hackenmueller Eleanor Haggerty Diane Hahn Mary Kay Homes Karen Hansen Sharen Hansen Sue Harrigan Nancy Hart Margo Hasselo Pat Hays Kay Hedges Pat Hegblom Marlene Hibben Carol Hilla Judy Hosp Karen Igo Susan Jasper Martha Jimenez Kathleen Johns Geneice Johnson Marilyn Johnson Mary Jones Morgaret Jordan Dorothy Kaup Beth Kearney Kathy Kehoe Eileen Kelly Maureen Kelly Kathie Kertson Teresa Kessel Joanne Kirby Kathleen Klaejges Jeanette Knoss Carol Koltes Marilyn Kreutziger Meredith Krumbiegel Mary Kulaga Zelda Landy Jacqueline LanoLucille LaPole Mary Margaret Laska Catherine LaQuier Camilla Laurent Virginia Lee Bonnie Lemberg Nancy Lemberg Barbara Liemandt Catherine Loftus Shorlyn Loftus Nancy Louis Mary Ann McCarthy Pat McClellan Mary Jean McDougall Lois McGovern Mary Jane McLaughlin Cathy Martyn Diane Martz Sue Michaud Nancy Miller Shelly Moorman Sue Moormann Lila Morin Mary Ellen Muckenhirn Jayne Murray Ann Mustful Judy Nagle Mary Naughton Sue Nugent Karen O'Laughlin Sharen O'Laughlin Pat Olson Maryanne Ondick Mary Anne O'Neill Sharon Packard Jeanne Perry Denise Perrizo Maureen Peters Angela Petersen Carol Pettipiece Betty Pierce Kathryn Radford Jane Randolph Jo Ann Reuland Maureen Riley Betsy Ritter Sue Rivers ; Patricio RouseJoanne Russell Mary Russell Kathleen Ryan Sandra Sanders Mary Jo Sausen Mary Anne Savage Lucille Scattarelii Virginia Schaefer Rita Schatzlein Dorothy Seibel Peggy Setre Jean Shabel Therese Shallbeltor Marianna Shandley Sandra Shaw Judy Sifferle lla Simmons Shirley Sipera Gloria Smith Sheila Smith Susan Smith Karlene Spieker Judy Stansfield Terrie Stebbins "I HAVE SET BEFORE YOU LIFE? DEUTERONOMY 30 '• 1 9 Sue Steiner Yllana Stommes Karen Tell Marilyn Thom Susan Tonskemper Diane Trebil Antonette Tremont Carol Anne Uhler Sandro Varty Mary Jo Vinlove Nancy Wagner Peggy Waldron Judy Warren Mary Weber Marilyn Weismann Theresa Weller Betty Ann Wilcox Caroline Wolf Cothy Woods Eva Woolsey Joyce Zahler 55Mory Allison Diane Adlis Margaret Anderson Diane Appelgren Carol Banko Barbara Bartsh Maneta Becker Betty Bergman Dolores Bernhagen Catherine Bihner Carolyn Billiard Joan Blanchette JoAnne Boche Judy Borer Sally Bowe Kathy Boyle Margaret Brigham Sharon Busch FRESHMEN Donna Byrne Mary Carey Diane Carlson Susan Carlson Janet Carpentier Carol Casey Kathleen Cavanaugh Pamela Chubb Patricia Coleman Barbara Collins Carol Conboy Kathleen Conniff Virginia Conrad Marcia Considine Catherine Constant Kathleen Corcoran Betty Cornelison Julie Cragg Annette Crawford Mary Cregan Mory Cressy Ann Dalsin Mary Dambergcr . Dolores DannokerMaureen Dawson Muriel Dawson Susan Dexter Mary Dickinson Mary Diehl Jacqueline Donahue Cathy Doerfler Patricia Donahue Kathleen Dovenberg Kathy Dorff Kathleen Duffy Jayne Eckes Lorraine Ellis Judy Erickson Frances Fadell Linda Fadell Barbara Fairfield Kathleen Finley Mary Ann Fitzgerald Elizabeth Flannery Anne Frankman Janet Frazier Jean Funk Mary Gallagher Barbara Gebro Mary Gindorff Carol Gooding Ann Gorman Jacqueline Gorman Nancy Grandpre Margaret Grant Mary Louise Greene Dianne Haat Marilyn Haeg Kathleen Hall Genevieve Hansen Judy Harley Patricia Harrington Mary Harte Barbara Hatch Margaret Hayes Mory Hays Carole Heber Ruthanne Heenan Mary Helin Judy Hendricks Elizabeth Henkels Judy Hessel 579 y % m ? % V T NT ' f t ry jl $ y A ▲ A v A A V w, ▲ 0 %V a t A A V ZB ' -4 0 $ a ' i y W v t " f y {4 y A Barbara Hessie Margaret Hibben Julie Hilla Gwendolyn Holton Frances Hornig Kathleen Hurley Judy Hynes Marilyn Igel Jean Jackson Catherine Jirik Kathleen Kehoe Mary Kierski Delores Klick Julie Klug Mary Jo Koranda Mary Ann Kramer Georgianne Krantz Ann Kubik Judy Kulaga Elizabeth Kunz Sharon LaChapelle Mary Lacy Jacqueline Landskov Loretta Landy Harriet Lang Judy Langford Judy Larson Janice Laursen Joyce Lawn Audrey Leeder Barbara Leese Delores Leininger Ann Lilly Patricia Linnihan Diane Long Jeanne Longley Loretta Lyons Sheila McCarthy Rita McClellan Susan McClellan Elizabeth McConville Maryrose MacDonald Kathleen McDonell Mary McDonough Diane McFarland Marsha McGee Mary McGruder Maureen McKayKatherine McMillan Mary Kay McMullen Kathryn McTaggert Hazel Martini Edwina Martyn Janis Mehr Jean Melville Mari Meyer Judy Miller Kay Miller Colleen Moore Dianne Moss Donna Kay Neville Patricia Nistler Patricia Nitzschke Kathleen O'Brien Susan O'Donnell Jane O'Hanlon Therese Ojile Ann O'Laughlin Kathleen O'Laughlin Jo Ann Olson Kathleen O'Reilly Mary Kay Ossowski "COME TO ME THAT YOU MAY HAVE LIFE' JOHN 5:40 Phyllis Patalas Mary Kay Pawlak Judy Pease Virginia Petersen Mary Poe Patricia Porter Karen Putnam Suzanne Quinn Rita Reed Mary Richter Barbara Risken Kathleen Rouse Margaret Ryan Barbara St. Martin Mary Scanlan Carol SchmittCarolyn Schutz Kathryn Sedcrberg Mary Sehrer Catherine Shea Phyllis Sheedy Colleen Sir Bonnie Smith Carolyn Smith Judy Smith Jane Smith Kathleen Sorensen Judy Stark Rita Steinbauei Susan Stover Barbara Studer Lorraine Studer Mary Sundt Jane Sussmilch Judy Swanson Shirley Symington Mary Tedder Mary Theisen Phoebe Theisen Mary Jo Thomas Carol Thoreson Roberta Tobin Mary Ann Tombers Joanne Tromiczak Claire Vender Vort Marie Vogel Diane Vouk Michele Wallace Susan Wallin Eileen Walsh Leanna Walton Janette Warren Mary Warren Theresa Warren Miriam Weber Mary White Catherine Wiard Shirley Willard Cynthia Woodson Barbara Wudke Geraldine Wykrent Marianne Zakes Nancy Zetzman Judy ZimbaSTUDENT COUNCIL: Lorraine Sfuder, Betly Cramer, Kathie Quinn, Mary Pierce, Mary Kay Laughlin, Pat Mullen, Kathie Larkin, Sheila Gallagher, Rosalyn Carroll. 61 REVEREND WILLIAM A. BRAND• • • U. S. HISTORY: Beverly Habbersfad, Mary Bastien, Janet Lenander. GEOMETRY: Antonette Tremont, Maureen Peters, Joyce Cremers. THROUGH OUR SOLIDS RELIGION: Julianne Fischer, Dorothy Oxborough, Nancee Tennier, Pat Blassingham, Mary Knotz.£d.T Gta a , k, , . szfclsclj 'XJLca fySasL, ot _ feu 7 dx JL ) ! - £) y C 4J) « 7 uLjfa-As €xd L{ ryo JM OA rnyrnj ddu t xe uiZ T JU . 77?mXA J Sauj a c? -r jeJ • t XA 4 ££ x4 Uad UStX a s -£ £+. ' t-ou SCA ySc fa ia -£ , ( 1Z W- tiyJ ajayj2x ?7i4 TTd4AJ p tfay (PMlP -P£l ±+_j t-C (tO Z 17 tuSLC isi ) f2l 7 'X L X Lt i UML, U 4 ct cLtru™ (ft-faaS t loTJUcLA-'Ls W - cf ( i jl kt ffi+uztl ds(AA4L4 U -AcQcis t s j 4 i!$t Co A aj£ect 4? U + '-jLt IVLC I JL •+ . jf di i UctU Zua t n Art. W c d incf £feXZc fee s n Qj v 2-7 '7rvyf XJL 6' aUh6- J' Il ) 'JTAaJ - - a U o xo 4f% « w, x . Q-r (xs-£ +jd “to f f. ( 6 1 yJL +w TfrifS JilZ£ . a -ctiU . i±iJx Stub, tfL. }JludP. LLHU U Jj- ej-Ttaou, w rZZ 3Zj. 4 o r lJu yjp- G£ua Yjs yieA fys KSL U a Ac ( jO tM iUL UXL Un+Jd u a . Uuf e 4t uhlj fenusrrJu Ajt cSuujUu £ Ae U ud i TAmt izVrviz tA o l£ A ncccXd cl cc y ,7L‘ ax A !7. —-—-t? “ y | __ ooZ - b-wUs y uMs 4. t tv - J ) Oa .-OUatuMtA i'OltUdJcJHLU lOJUf C 4V ni A.' t ycUto a fre dez (Uj 2WU. Uju, w A« o JjLcO, n, ,' '- f™- T ' i Usne ? ) tTiUu !h yd- Ut xJdM Ocu, v 17 - f a Ocy' sr CD +.'J °cUj a Md . y to-uJ f a. - - UA yjyC. L. P.: Judy Hendricks, Jayne Eckes. ADVANCED ALGEBRA: Carol Smisek, Mary Anne Krokus, Mary Ellen Dower. SOCIAL PROBLEMS: Mary Hill, Sally Steiner, Peggy Berghs, Miss Patricia Coughlin. ENGLISH IV: Sally Platzer, Jeanne Parent, Sue Walch, Peggy Reardon.AND THROUGH OUR SCIENCES; BIOLOGY: Karen Tell, Sue Harrigon, Judy Hosp, Ann Friendshuh, Kathie Kertson. CHEMISTRY: Sheila Jans. Mary Lee Foley, Mary Miles, Virginia Doyle. PHYSIOLOGY: Joycemorie Johnson, Virginia Considine, Winnifred OrtlofF, Auna Skorning, Susan Palmer. 64CLOTHING: Dolores Donneker, Anne Fronk-mon, Betty Cornelison, Julie Hilla, Judy Larson, Judy Kuloga, Mory Cressy, Judy Stork. HOMEMAKING: Sharon McGowan, Roberta Hamilton, Mory Pudwill, Gerry Peters, Sharon Connors. -OOKING: Karen Gregory, Denise Perrizo, Nancy Wagner, Susan Barrett, Eleonor Haggerty. 65nil -i M -I M 1- hi r Id! I. Ul Sociol Room for twenty-five years becomes . . . Commercial Department. COMMERCIAL: Ellen Russell, Diane Dufresne, Mollie Meier, Andrea Leonard, Sharon Lovo. Barbara Hannan. 66ACHOAN HEADS: Mary Miles, Pat Mullen, Sister Jean Patrice, Paulette Jelense, Judy Sausen. WE PRACTICE . . . ACHOAN STAFF: Sherry Theisen, Carol Foertsch, Sue Jelense, Kathleen Rouse, Billie Galka, Joan Clarey, Judy Clark, Mary Anne Krokus, Joanne La Pole, Judy Louis, Marilyn Rudek, Maureen Riley, Marcia Edwards, Eleanor Egan, Kafhie Quinn. 67LATIN CLASS: Rose Bigelow, Patricio Carlin, Joan Clarey, Frances Gefchell, Mary Seidel, Barbara Olsen, Janan Nolan, Billie Galka, Millicent Adams. LIVING THE LIFE . . . 68 LATIN CLUB: Sharon Sir, Eleanor Granger, Judy Louis, Mary Berney, Nancy Louis, Nancy Heiber.LE CERCLE JEANNE D' ARC: Kathy Beaudette, Debbie Johnson, Dianne Bartell, Mary Pierce, Claire Linsmayer. SPANISH CLASS: Diane Adlis, Mary Gallagher, Frances Hornig, Mary Sundt, Catherine Shea. SPANISH CLUB: Betty Klopp, Sheila Gallagher, Barbara Kuhl, Carol Richmond, Kay Rundquist, Mary Hoppe, Joyce Leibly.ART APPRECIATION: Janet Wolfon, Carol McKusielc Barbaro Hannan, Andrea Leonard, Kathleen McShane, Miss Marianne Porter. THROUGH THE ARTS; MUSIC APPRECIATION: Margaret Tillmon, Terri Menges, Maureen Lannan, Shoron Hansen. 70MUSIC RECITAL: Patricio Theroux, Mary Ellen Dower, Johnette O'Connell, Pat lowy, Sharon Molek, Kathleen Donahue, Sue Jelense, Susan Palmer, Carol Richmond. MUSIC RECITAL: Paulette Jelense, Pat Mullen, Janet Walton, Margie Carlson, Carol Gross, Rosalyn Carroll, Mary Ann Leininger, Bonita Talbot. 71WE PRAISE Bigelow, Judie Kectson FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB: FIRST ROW: Elizobeth McConville, Pot Mistier, Rita Steinbauer, Frances Fodell, Donna Byrne, Kathy Kehoe, Lorraine Ellis, Kothy Hall. SECOND ROW: Jackie Gorman, Kathy Boyle, Sally Bowe, Carolyn Billiard, Lorraine Studer, Joanne Tromiczak, Maneta Becker, Kathleen Conniff. THIRD ROW: Gwen Holtan, Rita Reed, Kathy Rouse, Judy Smith, Kathy Sederberg, Delores Klick, Pat Harrington. FOURTH ROW: Judy Zimba, Pat Nitzschke. Virginia Conrad, Pat Donohue, Mary Sehrer, Jeanne Longley, Judy Miller. SENIOR GLEE CLUB: FIRST ROW: Marilyn Bintner, Judy Zeglen, Judie Kertson, Lucy Scatarelli, Peggy Waldron. SECOND ROW: Rose Bigelow, Sharron Doyle, Judy Baden, Betty Groen, Margaret Tillmon, Comillo Laurent, Joyce Zohler, Margo Hosselo. THIRD ROW: Judy Johnson, Carol Lewis, Romono Nygaard, Marlene Roth, Joanne Russell, Audrey Berg, Mary Kay Homes. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Ryan, Mary Fyten, Rosemary Woodyard, Betty Radford, Meredith Krumbiegel, Marianna Shandley, Mary Jo Linder. GLEE CLUBTHE LIFE OFFICERS: Diane Frandrup, Mary lacono. FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB: FIRST ROW: Cothy Jirik, Jean Melville, Ann Lilly, Marilyn Haeg, Morgaret Grant, Mary Cregan, Kathy Corcoran, Joan Blanchette. SECOND ROW: Mary Helin, Ann O'Laughlin, Betty Bergman, Mary Warren, Theresa Warren, Sue Stover, Jane Smith, Mary Sundt. THIRD ROW: Loretta Lyons, Mary Jo Koranda, Mary Richter, Marsha McGee, Pat Porter, Barbara Gebro, Margaret Hibben. FOURTH ROW: Peggy Anderson, Sue Quinn, Hazel Martini, Mary Gindorff, Carol Conboy, Judy Larson, Sue Wallin. SENIOR GLEE CLUB: FIRST ROW: Marlene Hibben, Carol Brecke, Barbara Kort, Mary lacono. Shelly Moorman, Gloria Fernlund. SECOND ROW: Mary Miller, Mary Naughfon, Karen Hansen, Margaret Keogh, Kathy Kehoe, Joyce Leibly, Mary Wehmhoff, Mary Bailey. THIRD ROW: Mollie Meier, Carol Anderson, Mary Hill, Patsy Flood, Carol Wolf, Pat Borer, Carol Koltes. FOURTH ROW: Diane Frandrup, Barbara Donohue, Melissa Connolly, Marie Coffman, Koy Rundquist, Sandra Varty, Jo Ann Lowry.AVOC: Debbie Johnson, Billie Gaiko, Maureen Riley, Janet McKenzie, Marcia Edwards, Phoebe Theisen, Catherine Loftus. WITH OUR BODIES . . . tr r r5 K!, CAMERA CLUB: JohrtettO; O'Connell, Janet McKenzie Kathleen Rouse, Corol Foertsch, Susan Sobroske, Nancy Zetzman, Catherine, Loftus.ALICE IN FASHIONLAND: Marilyn Rudek, Marcia Black, Mary Pierce. MUSIC ASSEMBLY: Monte Hill Davis, pianist. AN D WITH OUR MINDS . GENESIANS: Gerry Killian, Mary Jo Linder, Mory Lee Foley, Jane Breault, Maureen Lannan, Anne Rogers, Debbie Johnson, Eleanor Granger. 76L . I yvLysf cstui , sywecJic.. « S'C y- u r£) ’" A '5- 777AS WE PARTAKE IN THE LIFE; OPENING MASS. Reverend Joseph Baglio. Reverend Joseph Bogllo, Reverend William Brond, Reverend John Cloy.79TALENT CONTEST: Mory Lee Foley, Jim Bierden, De La Salle. MODEST FORMAL CONTEST: Mary Brantner, Washburn; Mary Ellen O'Brien. ■I THROUGH FIGHTING 69TH: Marilyn Rudek, Mary Lee Foley, Mary Jo Linder, Marilynn Lerschen, Mary Pierce. 80MODEST FORMAL CONTEST: Fron Elliott Sheilo Berndf Alice King. MODEST FORMAL CONTEST: Karen Tell and her sister Janice. CATHOLIC ACTION . . . CATHOLIC YOUTH CENTER. 81WE SPREAD THE LIFE . . . 82 CLOTHING DRIVE: Kathy Larkin, Alice King, Mary Rae Kobbe, Delores Leininger, Marcia Edwards, Ann Bergman.GOOD COUNSEL CLUB: TOP ROW: Jonet Lenonder, Carolyn Fischer, Winnie Ortloff, Sister Marie Celine, Mary Jo Dobbelmann, Rosemary Allendorf. FRONT ROW: Jo Ann Hite, Carol Irmen, Marilynn Eckes, Eva Tourfelotte, Margaret Peterson, Sandy Findsen, Sharon Lynch, Betty Klopp, Mary Young. CHRISTMAS PLAY: Toyse Williams, Terri Menges, Barbara Olsen. 83RECEIVED FROM THE MOTHER OF LIFE. MAY CROWNING MAY CROWNING: Pat Mullen, Mary Kay Laughlin, Mary Pierce, Sue Foster, Margaret Grays, Jane Randolph, Peggy Waldron, lla Simmons. 84stOKSUt ' 4 9 -o. - » • ’ •»- ■ ■— yy ' ' S K t Uy’ I ----------- Z? CA Z C - -Tja, Za o 5 ts-e tA Z-» JP ats - 0-6 r-6— ? . crxf CT ''tZet £a-ZZL catia Z -6z-v l£s ZpZ — 5 , t f r „ _ £ £ = % ru £A y Ao - JUzU, O ' £ “- tz+s fr r zi ct tioSd r'ZXsrz J- A +yOX. PCX 2 '772 . -JUc lA: yfj tc£ „ « -CLASS-PRESIDENTS: Kathie Quinn, Rosalyn Carroll, Betty Cramer. REMEMBER ? ? WE RADIATE THE LIFE . . . 85GENESIAN TEA: Mary Breault, Ann Burke, Sue Harrigan, Pat Olson, Karen Igo. MOTHER-DAUGHTER BREAKFAST.SILVER TEA: Mrs. F. G. Mullen, Judy Sousen. SILVER TEA: Sister St. Gabriel, Sister Constance Marie, Rosolyn Carroll. OUR BANQUETS . . . SILVER TEA: Sally Platzer, Margie Carlson, Ginny Doyle, Mary Riley, Carol Botz, Lucy Hamel.ANGELUS: Ellen Russell, Mary Anne Krokus, Sally Steiner. JS: Mary Pierce, Paul Schmid. 8889"OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY": Sharon Gleason, Mary Kay Laughlin. 3 6 AND ue Kelly. HE A NO-ACS: Marcia Black, Mary Beigle, Pat Carlin, Lucy Hamel. WE REPRESENT THE LIFE IN OUR PLAYS . . .MUSICAL: "RISE AND SHINE ASSEMBLY: De La Solle Glee Club.AHA vs. ST. ANTHONY: Corole Schloder, Barbara Olsen Sheila Gallogher, Carole Schloder against St. Anthony's, and foes. TEAM: TOP ROW: Mory Ellen Casagrande, Sharon Gleoson, Sue Harrigan, Kathie Quinn, Marilyn Thom, Marlys Anderson, Barbara Olsen. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Purdie, Janet Keene, Cofhy Loftus, Margie Carlson, Sheila Gallagher, Rita Le Jeune, Kathy Boyle. BOTTOM ROW: Pat Hegblom, Ann Carroll, Mary Kay Laugh-lin, Judy Heimerl, Marie Schotzlein. 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