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

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Father Baglio has brought together the young Catholics of Minneapolis to form a united movement towards more Christ-like living That unique movement, which we all know as Contact, was originated by him in 1950, and has received national recognition. In addition to directing numerous other youth groups. Father has been a special aid to Holy Angels seniors in his weekly marriage preparation course. Therefore, it is with deep respect and love that we dedicate this 1957 Angelus to Father Joseph Baglio, who has so proved his trust in youth. Father Joseph Baglio IaJ A-XJ!j '—Lq U 6-0 «A 6 feo, aLv i ihn t utx-jz hr—c tt ,' vuA Trust in Youth is the confidence placed in those J who are youth in the fullest sense of She worcJT eal youth ‘ .. . . Urfu A U k VX Cr i- is a lifelong possession when it is had by the unprejudiced — . -. . open to new ideas f id3i mate(y is God. A-A yCLA Csfa, i_ e uhchangfng Truth remains iy cu r The amount of confidence that can be trusted to youth, , (y therefore, depends on the degree to which that Truth { iv is the governing force in their lives. Through the combined efforts of our parents and teachers, we are being taught to integrate our Christian ideals those and constantly in lough with ea ch aenerati ofilbehovior become the rag -u ,__________ n, new fads and standards mce ol every phase of classroom or by putting the Truth ' than a blind hope am trust in youth — that lives. Individually, as a group in the the game on ion, we i make Trust in Youth more urance that there is reason to e is safe in our hands. aFAC U LTY SISTER CONSTANCE MARIE. M.A. Catholic University of America Principal SISTER LOUIS PHILIPPE. B.A. College of St. Catherine French SISTER ELLEN CATHERINE. B.A. College of St. Catherine Assistant Principal Social Problems SISTER AGNES GONZAGA, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion SISTER MARIE, B.S. University of North Dokota Piano SISTER MARIE RICHARD. M.S. University of Minnesota Science, Chemistry SISTER ALICE IRENE. M.A. Columbia University Mathematics ,n ° ror® moment away from her office. Sister Constance Marie, principal, pauses by the front door. SISTER ANITA MARIE. M.A. University of Minnesota Typing Office SISTER ANN THOMASINE. MA Northwestern University Religion SISTER ANSELM. B.A. College of St. Catherine Study Prefect SISTER AVILA. B.S. in L.S. College of St. Catherine Librarian SISTER CARMENA. M.A. University of Minnesota Religion, English SISTER JEAN PATRICE, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion, History SISTER KARL. B.S. College of St. Catherine BiologySISTER MARY ALOYSIUS. M.A. University of Chicago Registrar Mathematics, Physics SISTER MARY HUGO. M.S. University of Chicago Mathematics SISTER MARY JAMES, B.A. College of St. Catherine Bookstore Supervisor SISTER MARY STEPHEN. B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion SISTER MAURA, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion, Dramatics Carole Schlader, office secretary, consults with Sister Ellen Catherine, assistant principal, about the morning notice. SISTER NOEL, B.A. College of St. Catherine Religion, Commercial Physiology SISTER VINCENT DE PAUL. M.A. University'of Minnesota Latin MRS. MARY B. ANDERSON, B.S. University of Minnesota Physical Education SISTER ROSE EDWARD Food Service MISS JEAN ARTH, B.S. College of St. Catherine Physical Education SISTER SHEILA MARIE, B.A. College of St. Catherine Directress of Music Piano SISTER ST. EDWARD, N.P. Bookkeeper SISTER TERESA REGIS, B.A. College of St. Catherine Commercial MISS DONNA BUSCH, B.A. College of St. Catherine Psychology, Glee Club MRS. ELAINE B. CARLSON, M.A. University of Minnesota United States History MISS PATRICIA CONNOLLY. B.A. College of St. Catherine English, Speech 5MRS. EVELYN DUBAY, B.A. College of St. Catherine History MISS MARY ELLEN FINK, M.A. University of Minnesota English MISS NOEL KAUFMAN, B.A. Rosary College English MISS MARY LAWLER, B.S. University of Minnesota English, Spanish MRS. MARGARET LEWIS, B.S. University of Minnesota History mrs. chrissie McConnell, m.t. University of Chicago Typing. Shorthand MRS. MARY MEAGHER, B.A. University of Minnesoto English MISS MARIANNE PORTER. B.A. College of St. Catherine English MISS MILDRED UNDERWOOD, B.A. Marymount College History MISS JOAN WALSH. B.S. College of St. Catherine Homemaking, Foods THE REVEREND JOSEPH BAGLIO Senior Religion THE REVEREND JOHN CLAY Sophomore Religion THE REVEREND PAUL DUDLEY Freshman Religion THE REVEREND GERALD KENNEY Freshman Religion THE REVEREND HARRY TOWEY Junior Religion 6 Evo Tourtelotte takes advantage of a rare lull in bookstore activities to chat with its supervisor. Sister Mary James.  V SHEILA GALLAGHER "Beelo" . . . All-school President 4 . . . All-school Secretary 3 . . . President 1, 2 . . . Secretary-treasurer 1 . . . Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Basketball team I, 2, 3 . . . hobby: visiting "Mac" . . . "Mercy" . . . sleepy time girl . . . remembers most: the day I was asked to leave physiology . . . "You Don't Have To Be o Baby To Cry" . . . ambition: to live in the 1890's. . -£ ux £- AU-'KXUL CcQsyyt dJ' a C£- a- c - OUjl-cajz ZCt'rx.ACLJ — .sisuc jZ s -ca- C 4_JZ cx Jltr£ 40. MARIE ANN SCHATZLEIN 6c tt y,aJG "Schotzie" . . . All-school Vice-president 4 . . . PresidenH' O I, 2, 3 . . . Vice-president 2, 3 . . . ANGELUS co-editor 4 . . . Basketball team 2, 3 . . . Genesians 2, 3, 4 Glee Club president 1 . . . Science Club 3 . . . Girl's State Representative 3 . . . hobby: big diets for little reasons . . . "Oh, this is too exciting" . . . essential to the seniors . . . remembers most: campaigns, apple blossoms and the 9th hour . . . "Auf Wiedersehen" ambition: to learn to make pizza. y?s. j A-c L -' %-CUXjL ROSf President 3 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Hostess 2 . . . "Oh, Hi" Juick go by . . . everybody's most: cleoning test tubes in ments To Remember" . . . ambition: to :isions , o OjL-. • JUDITH ANN CLAR . . . CLARK Senior Class President • wu . . . outiwr r.wsiaent . . , President 1 ACHOAN 2. 3 4 . . Latin Gub 1, 2, 3 . . . GAA 3 . . Genesians 2 j-. hobby: trying out for cheerleading ’ ’ ?rQmotics 4 vV " eeve • • • makes haste slowly 1 1 don't bu- iv r°Ur T s ir,s" • • • remembers most- o«n °P mumb,in9 In !?' ••• "Stranded in the Jungle" ‘ S 9 ?°r,ies °» Mol-r U eim quiet for 5 minutes. ’ ombi,'on: to keep X J J x Cu w J0MX XA t Iam. bU. JX . «£ Xfo OMl a Ct - dtyr • JA -U UM ■LlM'i rX J’ d - I9S - ? NB VjdPd-vJLA. ci «u. yuJLu v-i dt-; 6u Sdt; IsLoH, A-t MIUICENT ADAMS M. 'TTUjJJ- a "Millie" . . . Contact Chairman 4 . . . C. S. Chairman 1, .At 4 gi'A 2 . . . ANGELUS Editor 4 . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3 . . . q Creative Writing 3 ... "I just can't figure you out" . . . a- senior psychoanalyst . . . "Unchained Melody" . . . hob- TV' • by: analyzing T. S. (Eliot?) . . . remembers most: over- night on campus . . . ambition: to teach English in 213. Cfoj Jj (S+. £ u n- umX M 2 jjjiJjt Ct. 0-1 4 ‘7%U£uS 8PATRICIA ANN AHMANN "Pat" . . . President 2 . . . Vice-president 1,4... Sec-retary-Treasurer 3 . . . Spanish Club 1, Secretary-treas- t . urer 2, President 3. . . Sewing Club 4 . . . hobby: looking Jr for Carol's lost books and billfold . . . "Oh, you kids, I ' ' • could hove died" . . . perfectly poised . . . remembers most: losing her hoop at the JS . . . "Blue Moon" • • .J ambition.- to raise the cheerleaders for Mary's football A team. Ju 4A X ROSEMARY ALLENDORF "Rosie" . • • Business Club 4 . . . GAA 3 . . . hobbyswimming and trying to woterski . . . self-confident . . . remembers most: first day of school, spending 45 minutes looking for 216 . . . "Old Shep" . . . "Hi there, Tuty" . . ambition: o family of four boys and four girls. MARLYS ANDERSON "Mar" . . . French Club 1, 2 . . . Glee Club I . . -Homemaking Club 4 . . . Bosketball team 3 . . . hobby: traveling between the North and South Poles . . . tower of babel . . . remembers most: confiding at Jeannie's cabin party . . . "Birth of the Blues" . . . ambition: to write a term paper the world will remember. MARY AGNES BAILEY "Mair" . . . Treasurer 3 . . . Glee Club 3 . . . hobby: rollerskating and watching sports . . . "Oh, smash" . . . unconfused in confusion . . . remembers most: heoring with Hush . . . new in junior year . . . "William Tell Overture" . . . ambition: to travel to Europe. 9PATRICIA ANN BAILEY "Pot" . . Lotin Club 1,2... Foods and Nutrition Club 4 . . hobby: driving the Buick on Friday nights . . . delights in devilish deeds . . . "Couldn't care less" . . . remembers most: sleigh rides in freshman year . . ’"Til Then" . . . ambition: to be as wonderful as my motner. BARBARA LEE BARRETT "Barb" . . . Foods and Nutrition Club 4 . . . hobby: active member of the Mickey Mouse Club . . . friendly to all . . . "You're kidding" . . . remembers most: Beamer's goodies . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to Find a job. 4 SHEILA BERNDT "Pidy" . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Dramatics 4 . . . "I'm so nervous" . . . hobby: boxing with "Moby" . . . her crowning glory . . . "Flamingo" . . . remembers most: cottage cheese and raisin sandwiches for lunch . . . ambition: to own a resort without wasps. MARY "Moby" . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Dramatics boxing with "Pidy" . . . that guilty look . . . didn't call last night" . . . remembers most: "Bishop" took our rings . . . "Laura" . . . convince my friends I'm a man hater. "Guess who the day the ambition: to 10ROSE BIGELOW "Carnation" . . . President 1,4... Glee Club treasurer 3 . . . Choral Club president 4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: mixing "Johns and Jerrys" . . . variety of talents . . . "prob'ly" . . . remembers most: oh, that this too, too solid flesh would melt . . . "People Will Say We're in love"_. . . ambition: to at Holy Angels. MARILYN BINTNER R d" . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . hobby: getting Mary Jo to work on time . . . the pink of perfection ... "I see" . . . remembers most: losing bike chain on J. B. Day . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition-, to have long brown hoir. -) ) U-rW 6{, jCisl.X- PATRICIA ANN BORER "Pat" . . . Secretary-treasurer 3. 4 . . . Parliamentarian 4 . . . Glee Club 3 . . . hobby: signing the list . . . new in junior year . . . "you're just jesting" . . . calm and collected . . . remembers most: snacks at Curran's’. . "Ebb Tide" . . . ambition: to find out Father Towey's nickname. y 7 MARY "Mair" . . . Glee Club I . . . Choral kidding" . . . hobby: collecting Erroll Garner records . . . dark eyes that shine . . . remembers most: egg ond carrot diets at lunch . . . "Anchors Aweigh" ... to own a "Dale" dance studio. nGlee Club Bed's . . . remembers scretary-treasurer 2 I . . . French Club 2 "Oh, good grief'' . most: Regino Tour bition: to have a long, long ponytail. . ANGELUS 4 . . . . hobby: visiting at hidden humor . . . 'Tenderly" . . . am- BARBARA BUNES "Barb" . . . Latin Club I, 2 . . . Foods and Nutrition Club 4 . . . remembers most: Reginq Tour . . . "Oh, I have so much homework" . . . hobby: collecting stuffed animals . . . "No, Not Much" . . . ambition: to manage the U of M's football team. GELUS 4 . . . "Huh?" . . . new in sophomi hobby: pantomime with the "4 Lasses" . . . in any crisis . . . remembers most: fernj jU a.m. . . . "Moments to jUfmr fc r" . J.Jjrn her own baseball team. fv. . jy jl}' year . . . •endability j 'til 3:30 »n: to raise MARY JOYCE BUSCH "Christy" . Club 3 . "Honest" vention . . CHRISTEEN PATRICIA BURKE . . ACHOAN 3, 4 . . . GAA 3 . . . Camera hobby: trying to find time to have a hobby . . remembers most: '56 Milwaukee Press Con-a smile for everyone . . . "September" . . . ambition: to cover the globe. 12MARGARET BUTTEIL "Meg" . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Spanish Club 1 . . . GAA 4 . . . hobby: sports . . . "Oh, all right; let's go" . . . spontaneous sense of humor . . . remembers most: the night of the De game . . . "Truly" . . . ambition: to hove my own cor. Q v K f or PATRICIA PAMELA CAIRNS "Potty" . . . President 2 . . . Secretory-treasurer I, 3. 4 . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . GAA 3 . . . Cheerleader 1, 3 . . . Home Economics president 4 . . . "Let's hove a party" . . . our redheaded, curly-hoired ongel . . . hobby: porties ond more parties . . . remembers most: cheerleading ot AHA basketball gomes . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to travel oround the world. MARY ANN CAPKO "Mory" . . . ACHOAN 2. 3 . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . Science Club 4, president 3 . . . Genesians 2 . . . hobby listening to dixieland . . . "All we hove to do is get organized" . . . scientific genius . . . remembers most: CS Carnival . . . "This Nearly Wos Mine" . . . ombitiop. to have enough time. i r r y O ' PATRICIA HOVE . nI "Pot" . . Secretary-treasurer I, P L Lotin dub I, 2. 3, 4 ... G PATRICIA HOVEY CARLIN 2 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . Gleo Club 1 . . . hobby: catching up on needed sleep . . . "But I can't miss 'Gun-smoke'" . . . proctically practical . . . remembers most: Zelda's suitcase filled with food . . . "Pore Judd is Dead" . . . ambition: to go around the world. 13MARIE COFFMAN Marie . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . "Don't get your hair in a braid" ... a ready sense of humor . . . hobby: bowling and horseback riding . . . remembers most: locker room jams . . . "Earth Angel" . . . ambition: to visit Jan and Carolyn in Florida. JOAN CLAREY ' Joan" . . . President 2 . . . Social Chairmbn 4 ACHOAN 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Genesians 2 . . . hobby: growing out H2O2 streaks . . . tiny and impish . . . "Just let me off at the comer" . . . remembers most: the Belofonte twins at the Empire Room . . . "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" . . . ambition: to have straight hair. DONNA IDA CARLSON "Sam" . . . ACHOAN 3 . . . ANGELUS 4 . .. French Club I, 2 . . . Glee Club I . . . Science Club 3 . . . "Oh re-e-eally" . . . hobby: keeping my friends waiting . . . blue-eyed blond . . . remembers most: Regina Tour . . . "True Love" . . . ambition: to start a modeling school for short girls with Helen. ELODIE CHICHESTER "Chi" . . . C. S. Chairman I . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . FBLA 4 -. . . Genesians 1, 2, 3 . . . Business Club 4 . . . AVOC 3 . . . "Idjit" . . . hobby: horses and skiing . . stage struck . . . remembers most: commercial classes . . . "Temptation" . . . ambition-, to be somebody. 14cDm VIRGINIA CONSIDINE JZT "Ginny" . . . President 4 . . . Vke-president 3 . rf ? ’ ANGELUS 4 . . . hobby: patronizing the US Postal SysX ™ ? tern . . . completely capable . gripes me joined us in junior year ... re- members most: physiology class . . . "Dream" . . . ambition: to Edify myself. AjlP 'One thing that really 'U 4- 4X 4-J fAsJUUs. Q lutfaj ■UH. as L0 CLAJXunUu n, } juLLuAJi . Q- XU4 A XUAxytjccM. yt losing ' y2x t4 AM Ol£us au4A ctn S LA ax- 4 ocioO tc MARY ANN DALTON "Dolt" . . . Glee Club 1 . . . AVOC 2, 3 . . . GAA 3 . . . "That's my friend" . . . what all are thinking, she says . . . hobby: laughing . . . remembers most: ups and downs on the elevator with Rosie . . . "Maybe" . . . ambition: comedienne FREDERICA DANIELSON "Freddie" . . . Camero Club I . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Liturgical Choir 4 . . . Genesians 2 . . . "Not too funny" . . . mischievous . . . hobby: writing letters to "Gusti" . . . remembers most: singing with the "Angels" . . . "Written on the Wind" . . . ambition: to hove a Florida sun ton. MARY MARGARET DAVY "Molly" . - • ANGELUS 4 . . . GAA 3 . . . "Never fear" . hobby: visits from the "Gang" . . . counselor to the confused . . - remembers most: Regino Tour . . . "I'll See You in My Dreams" . . . ambition: to get her driver's license. 15£.v JEANTHERESE DAWSON "Gus" . . . Secretary-treasurer 3 . . . Sewing Club 4 . . . hobby: getting Marc to school on time ... "I don't even core" . . . wild driver . . . remembers most: breaking her heel of the JS Prom . . . "True love" . . . ambition: to have a prayer answered. REBECCA DEEBACH "Becky" . . . Arts and Crafts Club 4 . . . hobby: collecting records, skiing, skating and horses . . . "I'm so fired" . . . long brown hair . . , remembers most: Saturdays, Sundoys, holidays and 3:30 . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: a pink penthouse In New York. A JEAN DICKENSON Jean . . . ANGEIUS 4 ... "I was just petrified" . . . unpredictable . . . remembers most: explanation of neuter in French . . . "Someone to Watch Over Me" . . . ambition: to rid myself of my too-numerous freckles. MARY JO DOBBELMAN "Jo" . . . Glee Club 1 . . . GAA 4 . . . Science Club 3 . . . Dramatics 4 . . . "Guess who I saw last night?" . . . hobby: playing the accordion . . . hoppy-go-Lucky . . . remembers most: the JS Prom . . . "Soft Summer Breeze" . . . ambition: to be on the green with my golfing dream. 16KATHLEEN DONAHUE "Kathy" . . . Sophomore Closs President . . . President 3 . . . Vice-president 2 . . . ACHOAN 3, 4 . . . Liturgical Choir 4 . . . Latin Club I, 2, 3 . . . hobby: underwater basketweaving . . . model of Christian womanhood . . . remembers most: trip to Milwaukee , . . "Sonata in D" . . . ambition: to accomplish at least half the things I'd like to. V CAROL ANN DORFF "Dwarf" . . . Vice-president 2 . . . Glee Club Vice- president 1 . . . French Club 4 . . . GAA 3 . . . "Oh you kids, guess what?" . . . hobby: chaftin' with Pot 'bout this 'n thot . . . more bounce to the ounce . . . remembers mostt Pat's losing her hoop at the JS . . . "Moments to Remember" . . . ambition: height—without heels. BEA MARY DORSEY Beamer" . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . "I'm really griped" . . . hobby: working at the "Dot Shop" ( ) perpetual tap- .a, • ambition: to go (A rrl ‘ . - 1, 2 . . . . hobby: working at the "Dot Shop" rare humor . . . remembers most: the perpetual topping in the library . . . "Sincerely" . to Monaco and see Grace. v DeANNE FRANCES DOUGHTY "Dea" . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . Business Club 4 . . . FBLA 4 . . . GAA 3 . . . "You're late" . . . hobby: planning my hope chest . . . shining auburn hair . . . remembers most: her stage debut, whipcream and all . . "My Happiness" . . . ombition: to be as patient os my mother.I MARY ELLEN DOWER "Spider" . . . President 4 . . . Vice-president 1,2... Secretory-treasurer 3 . . Glee Club 1 . . . Music Club 2, 3 . . . ACHOAN 2. 3 . . . Latin Club 1. 2 ,3, 4 . . . '"I don't know if this is right, but hobby: mak- ing good resolutions . . . o touch of genius . . . remembers most: Mother-Daughter Breakfast ... "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes" . . . ambition: to teach my mother how to knit. _______ _______ "-m.unn J CM IN INC "Marilynn" . . . Secretary-treasurer 1, 4 • • • 4 - • Dramatics 4 . . FBlA 4 - - - Business 0 4 . . . Spanish Club 1, 2 . . . Glee Club , • „ dear, what'll I do now?" . . - hobby:, renewmg friendships . . . notable neatness . - • remembers mo m what the little birds told Father Towey . • • the Sky" . . . ambi ion: to grow °rsA ' n v kA V- JCLlAA- JLuuk. ---------- 3 Lat: x)£ sc - A __ (LJtL ELEANOR RAE EGAN "El" . . . President I, 2, 4 . . . Contact co-choirman 3, chairman 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3, co-editor 4 . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3 . . . "Many funs" . . . hobby: running for offices ... to conquer or die . . . remembers most: overnight on campus . . . "The Drinking Song" . . . ambition: to moke a name for myself in the community. .CAROL DWARDS "Eddie nch Club 2 . . . Genesianl Dramatics 4 . hobby: changing my hobby you" . . . needs a permanent? . . . remembers most: walkin' Swede's baby bock home . . . "You'll NeverAWalk Alone" . ambition-, to return the spider to Jo : Fool — OKJU CL Q Ou, 'muu 18 cJUg r,JANE CAROLYN ENGELS "Jonie" . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Genes-ions 4 . . . Dramatics 4 . . . "Shall we stop at Arnie's and renew old friendships?" . . . hobby: baseballs . . . long curly eyelashes . . . remembers most: stand up, sit RITA MARIE FEHRENBACH "Rite" . . . Camera Club 3 . . . Genesians 2, 3 . Latin Club J, 2 .. . Parliamentarian 4 . . . hobby: syn-dicate parties . . . "We just had a riot" . . friendly remembers most: trip to Notre Dame . . . "The Fool" ambition: to be a success. KAREN LEA ERICKSON "Poopsie" . . . Genesians 1, 2 ... "I don't know" . . hobby: getting stuck in cornfields . . . domestically inclined . . . "Rhapsody in Blue" . . . remembers most: Big-Little Sister picnic . . . ambition: to have the Nash last through the winter. SANDRA JOAN FINDSEN "Sandy" • • • French Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Music Club 2 3 . . . Genesians 2 . . . ACHOAN 1, 2. 3, 4 . . hobby collecting anniversaries . . . flair for foshion . . "This is absolutely pathetic" . . . remembers most: goina over 'he Alleghenies at 2:00 AM . . . "Perdido" . . . ambition-to open my mouth without putting my foot in it. I$  i. w MARY MARGARET FLOOD ... Secrefory-treasurer 3 . . . Dramatics 4 enesians 4 . . . GAA 3 . . . hobby: killing frogs Qnl aspirator . . . "Just kidding" ... re-SgrnehlS week|y Contact meetings . . . "You Try J . y • • • ambition: to own a "velvet perce." ? JX 0«— 5 4 A?'. A"" BILLIE JO GALKA CAROLYN FISCHER "Carol" . . . Vice-president 1 . . . French Club 2 . Business Club 4 . . . hobby: working o needle ond tickling the ivories . . . forever smiling . . . "Oh, good gosh!'4-. . . remombers most: the colder the morning, the later the bus . . . "The Yellow Rose of Texas" . . . ambition: to work in Florida with Jonn. MARY KAY FRAZIER "Kay" . . . Cheerleader 3 . . . GAA 3 . . . French Club 4 . . . Dramatics Club 4 . . . hobby: getting a rough time from Pat . . . life of the party . . , "Just thought I'd tell you" . . . remembers most: religion notes and applications . . . "Singin' the Blues" . . . ambition: to meet somebody who isn't a "foreigner." 9 V 'Billie" . . . Parliamentarian 4 . . . AVOC 2 . . . GAA 3 . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 1. 2, 3 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . hobby: sticking little sentiments into a big album . . . class cynic . . . "Well, wouldn't cha know" . . . remembers most: conspiracy of Dee Dee Birds to overthrow student council . . . "Dancing in the Dark" , . ambition: to see life in the big. 20MARCILLE GERVAIS "Marc" . . . Sewing Club 4 . . . hobby: adding the forgotten "s" to "Jean's pose to" . . . talent for trouble . . . "I'm so modi" . . . remembers most: "7 Year Itch" . . . "I Don't Core" . . . ambition: to keep our date, October, 1957. MARY JO GIESEN "Mary Johanna Lambertha" . . . Secretary-treasurer 1 . . . C.S. Chairman 3 . . . GAA 3 . . . French Club 4 . . . hobby: waiting for buses . . . always understanding . , . "What time do I wave?" . . . remembers most: 17.6 miles one way on a bicycle to school . . . "Harlem Nocturne" . . . ambition: to be principal of AHA. FRANCES MARY GETCHELL "Fran" . . . President 1 . . . C.S. Chairman 4 . . . ACHOAN 1 . , . Latin Club 1, 2. 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . hobby.- sewing ... a natural organizer . . . "Oh dear!" . . . remembers most: pop and pizza of the Carnival . . . "Carousel" . . . ambition: to travel around the world. MARY MARGARET GRATHWOL "Mary" . . . Genesians 2 . . . GAA 3 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . hobby: swimming ... big surprise in a small package . . . "Oh man, what a riot" . . . remembers most: a certain Le Tourneau scraper . . "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" . . . ambition: to have the power of bi-location. 21LOIS GRUNDHAUSER "Lois” . . . Latin Club 1,2... ACHOAN 3, 4 . . . hobby: collecting dishes and dancing . . . thoughtful . . . "Youse girls” . . . remembers most: special schedules . . . "Everyday of My Life” . . . ambition: to have a July wedding. t LOIS GLADYS HANSEN "Be Be” . . . Glee Club 3 . . . Camera Club 3 . . . hobby: waiting for that phone to ring . . . always out for fun . . . "I'm just dead" . . . remembers most: "Silence in these holls” . . . "Blue Moon” . . . ambition: to be an interior decorator and travel to Californio. KAREL ANN HANNON "Charlie” . . . Vice-president 3, 4 . . . Dramatics Club 4 . . . hobby: keeping tabs on Joy . . . good time Charlie . . . "Guess who called" . . . remembers most: class ploy X-, practice in New York . . . "Stairway to Paradise" . . lyj? ambition: to be center on the St. Thomas football team. 7MARY CATHERINE HAPPE "Happy" . . . C.S. Chairman 1,2. . . Secretory-treasurer 2 . . . Dramatics 4 . . . Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . hobby: doing Miss Porter's long-term assignments . . . friendliest senior . . . "No lie, you kids" . . . remembers most: backstage between scenes . . . ambition: to get all my homework done. MARY JEANNE HARTWIG "Jeanne" . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . Glee Club I . - -ACHOAN 1, 2 . . . Debate 3 . . . Choral Club 4 . . . Dromatics 4 . . . hobby: raising dogs . . . sincere and sympathetic . . . "What's new?" . . . remembers most: the JS '56 . . . "True Love" . . . ambition: to be the first co-ed at St. John's U. MARY JOANNE HEENAN "Mary Jo" . . . Latin Club 1,2... Genesians 2, 3 . . . Sewing Club 4 . . . hobby: taking care of four little "urchins" . . . easy going . "Party party wheel" . . . remembers most: Regina Tour . . . "Thunderbird' ambitio : to figure out Ka$Y inferiority anc superiority V NANCY MARGARET HEIBER "None" . . . Parliamentarian 3 . . . Social Chairman 4 . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics 4 . . . hobby: boarding at Flood's, LeJeune's, and McClellan's . . . seldom serious . . . "Do you hove that left-out feeling?" . . . remembers most: old junk truck ... "I Sold My Heart to the Junk Man" . . . ambition: to find Rita's lost tom-tom so she won't steal mine.c Is fho dc. 'What did o" . . . hobby: Staying away from ______ agree with me . . . Mary-like manners.............— —- you do that for?" . . . remembers most: studying to pass a test . . . bitten by the telephone bug . . . "Singin' the Blues" . . . ambition: to.be as wonderful os my mother MARY JUDITH HEIMERL "Heim" . . . President 3 . . . French Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball team 2, 3 . . . GAA 3 . . . hobby: recording at Olsen's . . . last of the Sequoias . . . "Ten years from now, we'll never remember the day" . . . remembers most-, basketball practice . . . "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" . . . ambition: to fell Suzy about the laundry man. Ouu cfxj z p4- oJ . ANGELUS never at a , remembers 'Sentimental wrney" . . . ambition: to race just once in a stock car idt . NINA DOROTHY ICE CLu f CXJUl "Cubes" . . . Genesions 3 . • ■ GAA 3 65 A tfvJl BEVERLY JOAN HUNEY ' - "Bevie" . . . GAA 3 . . . Camera Club 4 . . . hobby: figuring out Olsen, Malek, and Engels . . . always on the go . . . 'Yessirreo Bob" . . . remembers most: ANGELUS a . '56 . . . "Blue Moon" . . . runs an escort service . . . A . ombition: to learn to keep a secret. J FCAROL ELAINE IRMEN "Irme" . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Sewing Club 4 . . . hobby: drawing . . . enthusiastic . . . "Is that ever nice" . . . remembers most: Bob's monkey phone to ring . . . "Blue Moon" . . "Johnny Cokes." waiting f0r the ambition: to make JDjUXai) - 72 Pi. j£r (pJ2 ' ffjx PPcu PL SUZANNE $U Y • • • President 4 . . . Vice-president 3 . . . ri k i 4 • • • Creative Writing Club 3 . . . Latin C u° ’» 2, 3. 4 . . , hobby: Daylight . . . witty and wise • • • Any little titters are appreciated" . . . remembers most: getting giggles at the wrong times . . . "American in Paris" . . . ambition: to abolish the SNM Club. JOYCEMARIE JOHNSON "Joy" . . . Latin Club 1,2... Choral Club 4 matics 3, 4 . . . Camera Club I . . . tabs on Karel ... the model's model what I mean?" . . . remem in Chicago . . . "Moonglo Mercury back in LINDA MARIE JOYCE "Sam" . . . Camera Club 1 . . . French Club 1,2... AVOC 2, 3 . . . Business Club 4 . . . hobby: talking on the telephone . . . makes friends easily . . . "Tell me you kids" . . . remembers most: confused senior year . . . "Honey in the Horn" . . . ambition: to write a truly good short story.MARY KENNEY "Mare" . . . C.S. Chairman 2, 4 . . . Secretary-treasurer 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Business Club 4 . . . hobby: signing Kathy's list . . . always happy . . . "If you had a brain, you might be dongerous" . . . remembers most: ice water and store cookies . . . "I'm an Old Cowhand" . . . ambition: to stay on a diet longer than Monday. PATRICIA LUCILLE KENNEY "Pot" , . . Secretary-treasurer 2 . . . Social Chairman 4 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . Spanish Club 1,2. . . Genesions 1, 2, 3 . . . hobby: chatting over problems with Patti and Jean . . . unaffected beauty . . . "Well,, hardly" . . . remembers most: recitation points in history . . . "Clair de Lune" . . . ambition: to raise Irish setters. MARGARET ANNE KEOGH "Marne" . . . Secretary-treasurer 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 2, 3, president 4 . . . hobby: losing things ... a song In her heart . . . "What's th' difference?" . . . remembers most: Glee Club . . . "Swedish Rhapsody" . . . ambition: to hove rings on my fingers and children on my apron strings. JUDITH ANN KING "Judy" . . . hobby: getting Sheila to school on rime . . . a loyal friend . . . "Oh you kids, you're kidding" . . . remembers most: buses and hot rod bus drivers ... "I Love You Because" . . . ambition: to be a devoted wife and a loving mother. 26ELIZABETH ANN KLOPP "Betty" . . . Spanish Club I, 2, 3 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . hobby: scoutin' around . . . refined feminine charm . . . "Anybody want to come out and pick me up?" ... remembers most: senior bition: to be able to a MARY RAE KOBBE Kob" . . . C.S. Chairman I, 2, 3 . . . Cheerleader 2 • • . Latin Club 1, 2, 3 . . . GAA 3 . . . Dramatics 4 • - . hobby: sacking out . . . casual . . . "Where there's s,ttoke . . . there's fire" . . . remembers most: miniature Qolf of 5 A.M. . . . "Night Owl" . . . ambition: to exe-Cu,e just one of my plans. NANGT GALE KORNDER "Nanny" . . . ACHOAN 3 . . . Glee Club 4 . [iturni cal Choir 4 . ANGELUS 4 . . . hobby: going to .he? Q. with my troubles . . . unsuppressable enthusiasm "Come on you kids, I'm tired!" . . . remembers most Juki 7 1956 "The Greo. Pretender" . . . amKv have an ambition. . 9 BARBARA JEAN KORT "Corky" . . . C.S. Chairman 2 . . . Secretary-treasurer 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 1,3... Camera Club 4 . . . hobby: playing the piano . . . speaks her mind ... "I don't even care!" . . . remembers most: our "daily works" In junior French class . . . "You'll Never Walk Alone" . . . ambition: to see the list. 27 BARBARA ANN KUHL "Barb" . . . ACHOAN 3, 4 • • • Glee Club 1 . . . Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Business Club 4 . . . hobby: ploying Jacks with Tex ... a winning way . . . "Is that ever clever" . . . remembers most: the "social" elevator . . . "Rhapsody In Blue" . . . ambition: to be secretary to a senor. Jkxjut a{ yi L, I A tr. MARY ANNE KROKUS "Krokie" . . . Vice-president 2 . . . C.S. Chairman 3 . . . Latin Club 1, 2. 3 . . . GAA 3 . . . ACHOAN 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Camera Club 2 . . . hobby.- burning the candle at both ends ... a helping hand in a crisis . . . "I'm convinced" . . . remembers most: the mad dash for the bus in the morning . . . "Rhapsody In Blue" . . . ambition: to be a good teacher ROSLYN LAMUSGA "Ros" . . . Secretary-treasurer 3 . . . Glee Club I . . . Dramatics 4 . . . hobby: to dance, dance, dance . . . good natured . . . "Lots" . . . remembers most: trying to get sleep at Sandy's slumber parties . . . "Fantasy Impromptu" . . . ambition: to be os perfect as my mother. KATHLEEN ANNE LARKIN "Katie" . . . President 1, 2 . . . C.S. Chairman 4 . . . All-School C.S. Chairman 3 . . . French Club 2, secretary 3, president 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . "Doubt itl" . . . vivacious sparkle . . . 'The Day Isn't Long Enough" . . . hobby: feeding Twink . . . remembers most: diggin' a golf hole at 4:00 a.m. . . . ambition: to have someone-anyone laugh at my jokes. Loul' 28NANCY ANN LEE "Sam" . . . French Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Camera Club 2 . . . Science Club 3 . . . Genesions 1 . . . "Wait for me!" . . . wavy black hair . . . "Bluo Moon" . . . hobby: reading D. W. Kelly's novels . . . remembers most: Regina Tour . . . ambition: to own a villo. JOYCE CARYL LEIBLY "Joy" . . . Glee Club 1, 3 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . Span-ish Club 1, 3 . . . "Zafever nice!" . . . human dynamo . . . "Stardust" . . . hobby: collecting dolls . . . remembers most: recitotion points . . . ambition: to become a nun. RITA MAE LeJEUNE "Reefs" . . . Dramatics 3, 4 . . . Genesions 4 3 . . . Spanish Club 1, 2 . . . Basketball team 3 "If you're not home by 12:00 you'll turn into a pumpkin" . . . typical tomboy . . . "Got Along Without You Pf rQ I Met You" . . . hobby: looking for my little lost tom-tom . . . remembers most: Buttercup and Kob's tank bition: to fake another duck hunting trip. U Ltu jSjtkMA - ■O LJj) O Hi, UUi ti‘ c 0- sC(--- eM- £ -v Jr JANET THERESA LENANDER "Wiener" . , . Genesions 3, 4 . . . "You kids" . . . short circuit . . . Favorite song: "Sleep" . . . Hobby: sleeping . . . Remember most: "Giant" . . . Ambition: To bowl or water ski. 29t o • • C.S. Chajctf' i r' 5-ni Parliamentariaev4 fr ■“ 4T4 . . . ComsprOvS V -0" V'Nufrition 4 "WTllArti mpl ion, ki ' y toys V V-r reteefnb rtjo: " bp qs A VOLD cretary-treasurer 2 s 4 . . . Glee Club 3 . . . Food and ix me up?" . . . ivory J. hobby: selling cards and meroom 26 and Sister Karl like as my mother. MARY ELLEN LOULA 'Lou" . . . Vice-president 1 . . . Secrefory.treosurer 1, 2 . . . Driver's Education Club 4 . . . "Who's a little girl?" . . idiots' delight . . . "Street of Dreams" . . . hobby: visiting fractured Louie's . . . remembers most: working at the lyndale Drive-Inn . . ambition: to be a nurse. PATRICIA ANN LOWY Vice-president 4 . . . Secretary-treasurer 2 . . . Latin Award 2 . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3, 4 . . . Genesians I, 2 . . . GAA 3 . . . "Really?" . . always so sympathetic . . . "Tenderly" . . . hobby: taking golf lessons . . . remembers most: making s'mores on our bunsen burners . . . ambition: to remember where JO ANNE LOWRr "Jo" . . . C.S. Chairman 3 . . . Vice-president . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . Dramatics 4 . . . Thespian . . . Genesians 3 . . . Home Economics Club 4 . . a letter" . . . poise plus . . . "September Song hobby: swimming and skating . . remembers most: flat fire at the Lyndale . . . ambition: to live in Virginia. 30 MARY KATHLEEN LYNCH "Kathie" . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . Science Club 3 . . . - . ' C . Genesians 2 . . . Driver's Education Club 4 ... "I was so surprised" ... red hair and bright blue eyes . . . "Some Enchanted Evening" . . . hobby: thinking up v schemes to lose weight . . . remembers most: trip to Notre Dame—'55 . . . ambition.- to be as Mary-like as my mother. A .o.jL. r - - t m v Ofrot V-mviLA- AU-( at, r SHARON MARIE LYNCH "Twink" . . . Dramatics 4 . . . Genesians 4 . . . Latin Club 1,2... GAA 3 . . . Publicity 4 . . . "I'm hungry" . . . gracefully uncoordinated . . . "Two Purple Shadows in the Snow" . . . hobby: eating . . . remembers most: driving across campus in Kob's tonk . . . ambition: to stand on my own two feet. "Sharon" . . . President 1 . . . Vice-president 2, 3 . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Music Club 2, 3 . . . Genesians 2 . . . ACHOAN 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . "Hey, you kids wide-eyed innocence ... "I Spoke Too Soon" . . . hobby: playing "Harlem Nocturne" . . . remembers most: Chicago—Belafonte and "room service" . . . ambition: to hove the car 'til midnight. dfc JjsJJc Cd?. JU ---- -e uv— cvVjUL xUJtoxv Q-P- W "Jean" MARY JEAN MARTIN Glee Club 2, 4 . . . "How about that' gentle os a lamb . . . "Blue Moon" . . . hobby: borrowing money . . . remember most: coming from North Minneapolis for J. B. Day . . . ambition: to pay back the money I borrowed. SHARON LEE MALEK SUZANNE MARY McCABE "Sue" . . . Chord Club 4 . . . Genesions 1, 2 ... "I don't know" . . . queenly bearing . . . "Funny Valentine" . . . hobby: trying to get out of driving ... remembers most: Mary Ellen's crush on me . . . ambition: to travel through Europe on a motorcycle. 'jK 'riau PATRICIA CARON MARTYN "Pat" . . . Secretary-treasurer 4 . . . FBLA . . . "Hey, wait formel" . . . always a lady . . . "Moonlight Sonata" . . . hobby: singing "jibberish" . . . remembers most: Washington and Mount Vernon . . . ambition: to finish something a week before it is due. y C -L j£o jo anne McClellan "Jo" . . . Secretory-treasurer I . . . Vice-president 2 . • • C.S. Chairman 3 . . . Dramatics 4 . . . Lotin Club 1, . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Publicity 4 . . . "You idiot! - • ■ striking blue eyes to "appaul" . . . "I'm just wild about Harry" . . . hobby: teasing Jeannie . . . remembers first winter day the bus didn't come . . . ambition: to be like my mother. janet McKenzie "Jan" . . . C.S. Chairman 1 . . . Parliamentarian 3 . . Camera dub 3 . . . AVOC 2. 3 . . Genesions 3 . . ANGEIUS 4 . . . "And now to our favorite doss" . . dancing eyes . . . "You'll Never Walk Alone" ... hob by photography . . . remembers most: Pitt's dance . . ambition- to own a pair of genuine Scottish kilts. l9ou4u - j)uA IA 32JEANETTE McKENZIE "Jan" . . . Dramatics Club 3 . . . Driver's Education Club 4 . . . AVOC I, 2, 3 . . . No-Acs, Chairmon 4 . . . "Guess what, you kids?" . . buttons, and beaus . . . "You Always Hurt the One You Love" . . . hobby: hair styling and marble sundies matics and the battle with the bats vert the Ubangis. remembers most: dra-ambition: to con- AjOlX tu X XjiA. , QjuajLJl Xt - - jLv v A - JEAN MARIE McPherson • • •_ Business Club_4 . . . Genesians 3, 4 FBLA Vice-president 4 . . . Glee Club V . . . Latin Club ... I, 2 . . "What's the gang going to do?" . . chocolate % eyes . . . "Adoroble" . hobby-.collecting teddy bears aX remembers most: Father Towey's visit . . . ambition: P p • XX SHARON McSWEENY "Sweeny" . . . Choral Club 4 . . . Glee Club I, 2 . . . "Don't panic" . . . all-American humor , . . "If I Loved You" . . . hobby: looking for the locker key ... remembers most: mad rush for reference books . . . ambition: to accomplish my desires. A .r T THEODORA ROBERTA MENGES {j ' joK ■Terri" . , . Vice-president I . . . C. S. Chairman I . . . (_- Presidenf 2 . . . Parliamentarian 3 . . . Choral Club 4 ( . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Liturgical Choir 4 . . . Genesians 2 . . . Dramatics 3, 4 . . . French Club 2, 3 . . . "Do you think the rain will hurt the rhubarb?" . . . sugar and spice . . . "Cleo and Meo" . . - hobby: learning to play the saxophone . . . remembers most: "Rise and Shine" . . . ambition: to decide whether to beat them or join W,u them. 33BERNADINE CLARE MEYER "Bernie" . . . Secretary-treasurer 2 . . . ACHOAN 2, 3 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 4 . . . Business Club 4 . . . FBLA 4 . . . "You guys!" . . . artistically inclined . . . "Harlem Nocturne" . . . hobby: painting and daydreaming . . . remembers most: looking forward to weekends . . . ambition} to i e a rich, artist. MARGARET ANN MEWHORTER ''Maggie" . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . Science Club 3 . . . "Hurry" . . . our poet . . . "Salve Regino" . . . hobby: repairing things around the house . . . remembers most: Sister Maura's senior religion class . . . ambition: to see the day that Powers gets push-button elevators. MARCIA MOOI 'Beanie" . . . C.S. Chairman 2 . . . ACHOAl ANGELUS 4 . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . GAA 3 . . . "I'm just crushed!" . . . maniac behind the wheel . . . "Body and Soul" . . . hobby: eating chocolate-chip ice cream . . . remembers most: the night good old number eleven came through . . . ambition: to live in New York. JOAN MOELLER "Jo" . . . Lotin Club 2 . . . Arts and Crafts Club 4 . . . "Definitely!" . . . good sport . . . "Doy-o" . . . hobby: sports . . . remembers most: crowded buses . . . ambition: to got through college. ----- vc uCo o4 c 34MARY SHARON MULLEN "Squeeky" . . . C.S. Chairman 3 . . . GAA 3 . . . Business Club 4 . . . FBLA 4 . . . "I'm so excited!" . . . the laugh that launched a thousand more . . . "To Love Again" . . . hobby: pointing signs for the Craven Real Estate Company . . . remembers most: learning how to drive . . . ambition: to possess only a few of my mother's many virtues. RHEA MARIE NEWMAN ''Ray'' . . . GAA 3 . . . Business Club 4 . . . AVOC 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . "We had a real ball" . . . ever reody small talk ... "I Love You Because" . . . hobby: teasing . . . remembers most: Sister Jeon Patrice and her Hawaii stories . . . ambition: to be os good a wife and mother as my mom is. JUDITH COLLETTE OBERG . . Parliamentarian 4 . . . Sewing Club 'O'Bergie" . . . Parliamentarian 4 . . . Sewing Club 4 V' ” . . . Latin Club 1. 2 . . . GAA 3 . . . Glee Club 4 . . J 0 Publicity 4 . . . "But that's beside the point" . . , easy going . . . "Cloir de Lune" . . . hobby: pointing J At creatures with water colors . . . remembers most: Junior V year . . . ambition: to be a dental hygienist. tJW ' ---------------------------------------1 jlWua I4 6 as cvocttS! ■ w • Ellen . r N THERESA O'BRIEN ' • • Glee Club 1 airm°n f • • Secretar , e £ my real hoir- °r°'Club 4 • - D , • • SomewherA (V- .l ' - on answer fc ,n9 with a rich mnn h® Rainbow" ... I » °r no, o d00nhom. ' r!Tmbe” " ,h« OMT. ad40,e°m °rk?" ' ■ 0mbi"0'JOHNETTE ANNE O'CONNELL "Johnny" . . . Dromotics 3, 4 . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . Camera Club 2, 3, 4 . . . "For the love of St. Patrick . . . musically inclined........"Rhapsody in Blue" . . . hobby: writing to Sue . . . remembers most: Sister Reginald's physiology class . . . ambition: to be a pediatrician. PAT O'HANLON Patrick" . • • Secretary-treasurer 3 . . . Dramatics 3, 4 French Club 4 . . . Thomas' Teen Board . . . "Did . . . fashion plate . . . 'Blue Moon" . . . Kay a rough time . . . remembers most: my . ambition: not to turn black and blue. JOANNE MARY O'KEEFFE "Jo" . . . Vice-president 4 . . . Secretary-treasurer 1, 2 . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . "Two f's in the lost name please" . . . thot twinkle in her eye . . . "3 O'clock in the Morning" . . . hobby: eating popcorn . . . remembers most: nights on campus in 1955 ... to have a long pony tail again. • cu e. 'O-d btuiu. JOAN O'HARE "Joannie" . . . new senior . . . "Right?" . . . that sunny smile . . . "Green Door" . . . hobby: outdoor sports, especially skating . . . remembers most: students I've met . . . ambition: to get ahead. ■c 36BARBARA ANNE OLSEN "Barb" . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Dramatics 3 . . . Genesians 1, 2, 4 . . . Basketball team 3 . . . ACHOAN 1, 2 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . "Yeah, well anyway, who's driving?" . . . perpetual motion . . . "Misto Christofo Co-lumbo" . . . hobby: waking Quinn at 7:10 for T.S. . . . remembers most: the carnival that I can't remember . . . ambition: to soy the right thing at the right time. JANN MARY ONDREY "Shortie" . . . Latin Club 2 . . . Business Club 4 . . . FBLA 4 . . . "Oh, not really!" . . . short but sweet . . . "Moon Over Miami" . . . hobby: working at a stove . . . remembers most: October 23, 1954 . . , ambition: reach five feet. WINNIFRED AAARIE ORTLOFF "Winnie" . . . President 3, 4 . . . Vice-president 2, 3 . , . Sewing Club 4 . . . GAA 3 . . . Science Club, vice-president 3 . . ."Oh, for heaven sokes" . . natural beauty . . . "Memories Are Made of This" . . . hobby: being busy . . . remembers most: the 1956 all-school campaign . . . ambition: showing by my example that I'm a Holy Angels graduate. 7 '•x L w fa MARY ADELE O'SULLIVAN Mary-O" . . . Choral Club 4 . . . "What cha know?" • - good natured . . . "If I Loved You" . . . hobby: bowling and ice skating . . . remembers most: our first ambition: to marry for love and money. carnival 37MARY LORRAINE OWENS "Moir" . . . Business Club 4 ... on addition to the senior class . . . "Is that ever neat!" . . . easy to get to know . . . "I'll Be Home" . . . trying to figure out Hamlet . . . remembers most: first day at AHA . . . ambition: to try to reform in homeroom. y. ARY ANN PAFFEL . . . Secretory-treasurer 2 . . . Social Chairman 4 . . . Business Club 4 . . . Liturgical Choir 4 . . . - - r t y % y % "I don't know" . . . quiet . . . "Look For The Silver Lin- ing" . . . hobby: ice skating . . . remembers mos : ge-4 o rs ometry . . . ambition: to grow"up'' VAuuo- x »NX- VOo, c : MARGARET PATRICIA PETERSON "Tex" . . . President 3, 4 . . . Latin Club 2 . . . ACHOAN 3, 4 . . . FBLA president 4 . . . Business Club president 4 . . . hobby: ploying Jacks with Barb . . . that Southern hospitality . . . "Will the meeting come to order" . . . remembers most: junior year . . . "Moonlight Serenade" . . . ambition: to achieve all my ambitions. JOANN PETERS "Jo" 4 . Sr . Business Club secretary 4 . . . Glee Club 1, Genesians 2 . . . Science Club 3 . . . Liturgical Choir 4 . . . ACHOAN 3 . . . Dramatics 4 . . . "I'll Never Tell" . . . graceful and slender . . . "This Love ' , Of Mine" . . . hobby: sight seeing . . . remembers most: Z?9 ' Midsummer Night's Dream" . . . ambition: to be a mu- sical scientist. CAROLE RAMONA PFEIFER “Carole" . . . “Well, it's different" . . . Dramatics 3 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Liturgical Choir 4 . . . Driver's Education Club 4 . . . remembers most: freshman retreat and graduation . . . beautiful eyes . . . “Skin Deep" . . . hobby: corresponding with a certain marine at Camp Pendleton . . . ambition: to successfully combine a nursing career with marriage. KATHLEEN QUINN . W,V nro • Junifr Class President . . . President I AN| ?den! 1 • • • C S- Chairman 2 . . . ACHC Club i 2 3 cTa V ‘ • Boskefbal1 2. 3 . . . Loti, on campus ’ '•' •• ©members most: ovemigh hobbv- Inunk’i ’ ldl”nfrea,|y . . . class supporter . . "Slauahtnr n'n?ruL inoPPor,une moments with Suzy . . the Mound ° Avenue, • • • ambition: to pitch fror 'Mar MARLENE KATHERINE RATH Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics 0 ar ; •----- • • • vfiiiviiics 4 “Don't ask me" . . . sweet and unassuming ' ______ bers most: getting up at 4 in the morning on J B 1UC2L. .............." Pie ■ • • ambi,lon; ,0 get mv drive sl vuj»VJO CroAV S hobby: cutting license. my ?r.A "Rike' I 2, 3 JUDITH ANNE REICHEL Hostess I r • Genesions { 0Drama'] 3 • i“ . rem« 'u2' pres,denf 4 • r°ok my ring . n r Latin Cli "Yo knc what I mean" . '•' » president 4 . . . “Yo I members most: the day the “Bishc a basketballbU9? ' V hobby: Playin9 eioall . . _ "I'll You" , io a baskfttKrtii ........ ambition: to own my ve ' • "l l1 Be Seeing You' Y erV own gym.CAROL SUSAN RICHMOND "Susie" , . . Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 . . . GAA 3 . . . "See you later" . . . remembers most: being locked in 202 'til after nine . . . conscientious . . . hobby: ice-skating, roller-skating, needle work . . . "Blue Moon" . . . ambition: to wake up slept out. SHEILA ANTOINETTE ROWLAND "She" . . . President 3 . . . Vice-president 1, 4 . . . Secretary-treasurer 1 . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . GAA 3 . . . "What did you say?" . . . "Jamaican Forewell" . . . remembers most: pushing Jonan's car down Nicollet Avenue . . . hobby.- paying library fines . . . fun to be with . . . ambition: to motorcycle through Europe with Sue. JOAN FRANCES RUMFORD "Jo" . . . C.S. Chairman 4 . . . ACHOAN 1,2,3 Business Manager 4 . . . French Club 2 . . . Camera Club 2 . GAA 3 . . . "It was just a riot!" . . . remembers most: New York at night . . . hobby: trying to get enough sleep . . . always affable . . . "Oklahoma" . . . ambition; to travel around the world. cfi -th. KATHRYN RUNDQUIST "Kay" . . . Spanish Club I, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club I, 2, 3 . . . "You're kidding" . . . remembers most: Midsummer Night's Dream . . . our class curve raiser . . ..hobby: playing the piano . . . "The Fire Dance" . . . ambition: be a good teacher. I 40KATHLEEN ANN RYAN "Koth" . . . C.S. Choirmon 2. 3 . . . ACHOAN 1, Glee Club 1 . . . Choral Club 4 . . . "Hove you signed the list?" . . . remembers most: "perfecting the yard" . . . hobby: being in the movies . . . Irish sparkle . . . om-bition: to widen parking spaces at Curran's for Pat. JEAN SCHERER "Nurse Nancy" . . . Hostess I . . . Camera Club 3 . . . Lotin Club 1. 2 . . . "Oh no, not another ticket!" . . . hobby: procrastinating ... the right remork of the wrong time . . . remembers most: all 34 miles of J. B. Day . . . "Calypso" . . . ambition: to have another cabin party. KATHLEEN MARIE SCHULER "Felix" . . . Secretory-treasurer 1 . . . Genesians 1, 2, 3 . . . "Not too funny" . . . remembers most: the boot ride on the Chicago River . . . angel In a devil's disguise . . . hobby: going on diets for sentimental reasons . . . "Hot Toddy" . . . ambition: to get a MRS. degree. MARY CATHERINE SEIDEL "Mair" . . . Vice-president 1 . . . Dromatics 3 . . . Liturgical Choir 4 . . . Bosketball 3 . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . GAA 4 . . . "Doubt it!" . . . remembers most: Regina Tour ... a true blue friend . . . hobby: ploying tennis at the "club" with Barb and .........."Little Brown Jug" . . . ambition: to translate Vergil. 41SHARON ANN SIR Eyes" . . . Latin Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Camera Club 3 . . . remembers most: getting locked info Sister Reginald's dark room . . . "Really dense" . . . hobby: ice ond rollerskating . . . friendly to everyone . . . "When Blue Moon Turns To Gold" . . . ambition-, to work at car-wash. m BRIDGET MARIE SEXTON "Bridgie" . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . Driver's Education Club 4 . . . remembers most: Squeeky's laugh at lunch . . . "Um! what was I going to soy yet?" . . . hobby: hopefully asking my dear, sweet dad for the car . . . opinionated . . . "Apple Blossom Time" . . . ambition: to hove the faith my mother has. AUNA SKARNING "Skarn" . . . Parliamentarian 3 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . "You know—I mean" . . . remembers most: calories, regressing, and noon telephone calls . . . hobby: going out with my "how-come" friend . . . that inexpressible thought . . . "The Great Pretender" . . . ambition.- to have a star on my door and a "Mrs." on my name. JUDITH ANN SKOOG "Jude" . . . President 3 . . . C.S. Chairman 1 . . . Social Chairman 4 . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . Camera Club 3 . . . GAA 3 . . . "I'm sorry I'm so mean, but that's life" . . . remembers most: hotshots, princes, privates and printers . . . buying lots in Florida . . . that certain charm . . . "Sing, Sing, Sing" . . . ambition: to raise Jack O'Lanterns. 42CAROL CECILE SMISEK "Carol" . . . C.S. Chairman 4 . . . Latin Scholarship . . . Science Club 3 . . . Latin Club 1,2... Food Club 4 . . . Genesians 2 . . . "I'm so tired I could die!" . . . remembers most: Regina Tour—Taft Hotel—Room 1032 . . . hobby: driving the blue "Puddle Jumper" . . . future Einstein . . . "You'll Never Walk Alone" . . , ambition: to travel around the world. MARIE SOBRASKE HELEN THERESE SNEE "Sam" . . . Sewing Club 4 ... the perfect comment at the perfect time . . . 'That's the way the cookie crumbles" . . . remembers most: Regina Tour . . . hobby: listening to "Pat" . . . "Tenderly" . . . ambition: to be as great as some and small as others. usie" . . . Camera Club president 3 . . . GAA 3 . . . " Sewing Club 4 . . . "You know what just kills me?" . . . remembers most: crying at Senior Farewell in junior year . . . lives in the world of fashion . . . hobby:sketching . . . "Anchor's Aweigh" . . . ambition: to carry out the ambition I have. MARILYN PATRICIA SMITH "Marilyn" . . . President 3, 4 . . . Vice-president 2 . . Business Club vice-president 4 . . . Science Club 3 . . . FBLA 4 . . . Genesians 2, 3 . . . "Is that ever tender" . . . will remember most: boarding the bus at dawn . . . hobby: testing mattresses . . . dignity with a sense of humor . . . "Deep Purple" . . . ambition: to succeed in .-5 ' • 43 MARY SUSAN STADTHER "Susie" . . . Dramotics 4 . . . "Who? What did she soy?" . remembers most: my enjoyable ride in Buttercup . . . always on the spot . . . hobby: trying to get a little "cosh" . . . "Maybe" . . . ambition: to prove to my friends I'm not so stupid. SANDRA MARGARET STANEK "Itsy bitsy" . . . Dramotics 4 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . hobby: driving my '55 heap . . . always the unexpected . . . remembers most: night In Jan's dining room ... "I wish I had" . . . "Night Train" . . . ambition: to be as wonderful as my mother. r EVA ANN TOURTELOTTE ",rv" • • • President 2, 4 . . . Vice-president 3 ... Secretory-treasurer 1 . . . Genesians 3, 4 . . . Business Club 3 • . . Science Club 3 . . . FBLA 4 . . . "What a panic" • . . remembers most: finally passing my driver's test . . . per action plus poise . . . hobby: learning to ploy "Silent '9 r . . . Graduation Day" . . . ambition: to track my "star." $ fj f9- O PATRICIA ANN THEROUX' ' zetzeu. "Pot" . . . GAA 4 . . . Music Club 3 . . . "Who, wnar,--------------- where, when and why?" . . . remembers most: sitting the mourner's bench all day with Mary Jo . . playing the piano and listening to disc jockeys den perfection . . . "Moments To Remember" . . . iy bition: to travel throughout the United States. 44 ' - oT oSj •i n). • . . y retary 4 . . trXrbMo Room 1032 ■M in9 'o drive 7 (] Indigo «• - "dar. IULC lwUfndor- j£3 . . ecretar treosurer . . . Business Club 4 . . . FBLA Sec-remembers most: Regina Tour: Toft Hotel, . . "I don't even core" . . . hobby: learn-. . . valuable sense of humor . . . "Mood ambition: to abolish Monday from the cal- W oy f - JUDY ANN WALLRICH "Jude-Wall" . . . ACHOAN 3 . . . ANGELUS 4 . . . Lofin Club 1, 2 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . GAA 3 . . . Sci- ence Club 3 . . . "Ohl Really!" . . . remembers most: falling out on Mondoys . . . hobby: droodling ... al- ways dependable . . . "Apple Blossom Time" . . . ambition-. to drive the cor farther than church. MARY CAROL WEHMHOFF "M. C." . . . Social Chairman 4 . . . Glee Club . . . Sewing Club 4 . . . "No kidding" . . . ease . . . remembers most: those notes in hobby: photography, dancing . . ."Chop light" . . . ambition: to be as fine as my mother. MARY WILLIAMS "Willy" . . . C.S. Chairman 3 . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . "Am I really that fat?" . . . vivacious . . . "Bells of St. Mary's" . . . hobby: watching for the mailman! ... remembers most: pink lemonade at Jeanie's cabin . . . ambition: to raise a football team. 45TOYSE ANN WILLIAMS "Sue" . . . Vice-president I, 2 . . . Dromotics 2, 3 . . . Latin Club 1, 2 . . . Debate 4 . . . Science Club 3 . . . "You know what, you kids?" . . . rhythm goes to her feet . . . "Deep Purple" . . . hobby: ballet, golf, dancing .. . remembers most: the hectic times in chemistry . . . ombition: to be as successful os my parents. PATRICIA WILSON "Pat" . . . Spanish Club 1, 2 . . . Sewing Club 4 . . . GAA 3 . . . "Oh, I'm so tired!" . . . thoughtful . . . "Stardust" . . . hobby: driving? . . . remembers most: those summer vacations at home . . . ambition: to sleep until I'm tired of sleeping! SUSAN MARY WOODS "Sue" . . . President 1 . . . C.S. Chairman 3 . . . Secretary-treasurer 2 . . . Spanish Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Business Club 4 . . . FBLA 4 . . . Genesians 2 . . . "You know what I mean?" . . . sincerity . . . "Little Things Mean A Lot" . . . hobby: learning to drive . . . remembers most: waiting for that late, late, bus . . . ambition: never to write another term paper. ROSEMARY THERESE WOODYARD 'Rosie" . . . Parliamentarian 3, 4 . . . Dramatics Club 3 . . . Glee Club 1, 3, 4 . . . Sewing Club 4 . . . Cheerleader 2 . . . Liturgical Choir 4 ... "I thin' I wannal" . . . habitually happy . . . "Harlem Nocturne" . . . hobby: bowling . . . remembers most: football at STMA . . . ambition: to get a Mrs. degree in five years. 46MARY LOU YOUNG "Twitch" . . . Vice-president 1, 3 . . . Dramatics 4 . . • Science Club 3 . . . "What is this?" . . . ANYTHING for a laugh . . . "Night Train" . . . hobby: drive-ins, Sweden Buicks, picnics . . . remembers most: Christmas Eve 195 . . . ambition: to own a share in the Rock Island Line. HELEN MARGARET ZAHRADKA "Sam" . . . Vice-president 3 . . . C.S. Chairman 2 . . Science Club secretary 3 . . . Latin Club 2 . . . Sewing -w. Club 4 ... "I have to tell ya" . . . delightful to know . . "Blue Moon" . . . hobby: waiting for my friends . . . Jmembers most: Reaina Tour . . . ambition: to stort a JUDITH ANNE l{ Secretary-treasurer 4 -EN "Zelda" . . . Secretary-treasurer 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Genesians 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3 . . . "Hey you guys" . . . naturally nice . . . "Chopin's Polonaise" . . • hobby: collecting................remembers most: "garbage girls" . . . ambition: to be a good teacher. MARYANN ELIZABETH ZINN "Hot Rod" . . . Dramatics 4 . . . Camera Club 2 . . . "Do I look worried?" . . . congenial . . . "Perdido" . . . hobby: pheasant hunting and swimming ... remembers most: Regina Tour and receiving our class rings . . . ambition: to get the car when the gas tank is full!We'll remember always • • • 48 -j ,t - As freshmen we come, sophistication plus! 'Til senior stares almost shattered us. 'Joy to the World" gave us all a chance Cl _c-cii • ,9 To prove to the world, we could act and could dance. cu o J2 9 No clues appeared as to who swiped our lunches n 'Til sophs appeared on the bench in great bunches. v » Multi-colored ties. In a wild array Q SUrc Xiv, ' v array Made Sister declare blue was to stay. "Largest class ever" was our biggest boast Til present day frosh said they were the most. We battled the Juniors and did all we could do. But that Brown Jug game was our Woterloo. Showers in gym, we'll never forget When our clothes with us in them came out soaking wet. In our seats at assemblies, we couldn't quite hear. "May I borrow your telescope one moment please, dear?' c0 'c'°— SLot- NX «XV' « di. $vx X . O—£ • x£jj v$ksOu tj'd) In sophomore year, when we came in the fall T f ' . r . We were thoroughly convinced that we knew it all.— O Wo had our elections and on Kathy it fell w To stand in the lunchroom and ring that loud bell. Our basketball team was really doing great, -c V- O-- 3 ‘3 0 v ur oasKeiuuii leum wus icony uumy y wv»t, — ulajl And winning thot trophy was our happy fate. 'v' Each Soph with her beau ond her very best dress Made the'55 Angelus a booming success. 0 o x. » - Cl 0 -Q- blazers and saddles become a great sport?' Wearing 'Til to Sister many were asked to report. Our famous class song — "I Spoke Too Soon, Had different words but the very same tune. Our main desire was simply TO DRIVE. (It's almost a miracle we're still alive!) n -x c SS. w With K. Q. as our pres to spur us on, 'i o ux-mA • Junior year hardly started before it was gone. 0 Ofo a (7 Recitation points and term papers had us really plowed'urfdbr,A vjLV Cv d But we came out alive though we sometimes wonder! Washington's cake was a tremendous affair, Too bad George couldn't hove been there. J.B. Day had us up long before dawn. We peddled to Rita's then ate on the lawn. The whole school was trying for prizes on wing day. We tried very hard and at lost won the relay. Our oppleblossoms and all were in a big mess But things worked out fine and we had our J.S. Everyone who was anyone) had a peroxide streak But one look from our mothers — campused for a week. At "Rise and Shine" tryouts, we all were in action, Since the De La Salle boys were on added attraction. All school campaigns were the event of the year. When Sheila finally won, we all gave a cheer. Marie went to Girl's State and many girls she met. Our Cicero play we will never forget. Seniors at last; a gold fie in our hand. Can those world-weary jumpers make a valiant lost stand? The Carnival made a fortune and we all had fun. Though no Senior won the puppy when all was done. On the Regina Tour we took to the road As Easfbound trains held a capacity load. "Little Women" rehearsals went on night ond day. But it was a hit and a wonderful class play. Clark is our pres, graduation's in view, We're on our last lap, we hope we pull through. "Three To Get Ready" and we're at it again In our male leads, we're using real men. We mode compounds and such with scientific precision. Though hydrogen sulfide was NOT our decision. This poem was written in March and so What we've forgotten, just add below. C £ tsA t TvCA c jlJC'(j lf — -Vw- 5—• . $ SJ- - Jc) f V- - xLv k. t UM+ XSr + Juk Z£l rrfLp' j": rL r — , . hous — The future of the world rests in our hands. The future belongs to Youth, for when we become adults, it will be our present and our prime. Our hands will be as variegated as the persons behind them. With them we can either build or destroy. With the Catholic ideals integrated in our AHA training, we plan to build. Hands are either active or contemplative. The active are those that govern, soothe the sick, nurture the child, pound the typewriter. These are trained in such activities as Student Council, science, homemaking and business courses. These are the worn hands showing strength of character. The contemplative hands are those that paint the masterpiece, write the idea, compose the symphony, scheme the skyscraper, philosophize. These are trained in such activities as art, ACHOAN, ANGELUS, music, mathematics, language, history and psychology. These rest in the simple repose of a life dedicated to high aspirations. Our Catholic ideals bind all of these together and offer us this challenge: we must, as Christ's hands, change society from bad to good, from good to better.Heading for a Student Council meeting, senior class president Judy Clark is set to represent all 160 classmates. To Lead, To Learn, To Live ... Through Student Government AU-school executives, Mary Cosey, secretary, Janan Nolan, social chairman, Sheila Gallagher, president, Marie Schatzlein, vice-president, and Diane Hahn, C.S. chairman, plan the agenda for the next general Student Council meeting.Members of Father Bag lio's weekly marriage preparation course apparently know the on-swer to his evidently hilarious question. Religion Prevails Mary Ann Paffel and Joanne Hite read an account of Hungary's revolt as Helen Zahradko and Joan Moeller point it out on the map for Sister Carmena's religion class. Contact leaders who spearhead Catholic action at Holy Angels include Rose Bigelow, Mary Jo Gie-sen, Winnie Ortloff, Sharon Lynch, Mary Joyce Busch, Eva Tourtelotfe, Judy Clark, Mary Seidel, Eleanor Egan, Marie Schafzlein, Milliceni Adams, Kate Larkin, Sharon Molek, Jo McClellan, Pat Ahmann, and Kothy Donahue. 50Psychology students Margaret Mewhorter, Helen Zahradka, Donna Carlson, Judy Wallrich and Mary Happe compare notes on heredity charts. Knowledge Enters Toyse Williams reports her findings on poverty to social problems students Carol Dorff, Mary Kenney, Jean Dickenson, Barb Kort, Marcia Moonan, and Nina Ice. Mad dash for library reserve books— Rhea Newman and Sue Stadther check out as Joanne O'Keefe, Judy King, Lois Grundhauser, Sharon McSweeny, Christy Burke and Joan Rumford reach for what books are left.Lost minute preparations for a performance of the liturgical choir are made by senior members Terri Menges, Mary Ann Paffel, Kathy Donahue, Joanne Peters, Mary Seidel, Carole Pfeifer, Freddie Danielson and Rosemary Woodyard. 52 Pat Theroux and Sharon Malek listen in as Carol Richmond runs through a selection for Sister Sheila Marie. Sue Jelense plays her part of a duo for Sandy Find-sen, Beverly Habberstad and Pat Lowy while Kathy Donahue, assisted by Johnette O'Connell and Mary Ellen Dower, searches for her place. We Play...We Create... We Sing GLEE CLUB Top row: M. Rath, K. Ryan, M. Fyten, R. Woodyard, M. Krumbiegel, A. Berg, J. Peters, K. Hansen, T. Shollbetfer, C. Pfeifer, P. Setre, S. Lovold, F. Danielson, J. Lowry, S. Vorty, S. Stonek, M. Bastion. Second row: M. Weismann, K. Radford, M. Homes, M. Seidel, A. Mustful, M. Buttell, C. Koltes, N. Hart, B. Liemandt, P. Flood, M. Coffman, L. Marin, M. Keogh, J. Oberg. Bottom row-. N. Kornder, M. Vinlove, G. Fernlund, M. Hibben, M. Johnson, D. Trebil, P. Barry, C. Irmen, P. Anderson, J. Engels. $ i f i.t. t it J- t 1 . mn It im ■ 'a ♦ s, - . M II ms v fInspiration Plus Perspiration Mary Jo Dobbelman takes her time as Morlys Anderson, Mary Owens, Bev Huney, Rosemary Allendorf, and Carolyn Fischer near the end of a speed test. Shorthand class offers various other aspects of business training to De-Anne Doughty, Marty Trader, Mary Mullen, Bernie Meyer, Mary Kenney, Jan Ondrey, Margaret Peterson and Barb Kuhl. Senior Science brings out the scientific instincts of Pat Borer, Helen Snee, Joan O'Hare, Jeanne Hartwig, and Becky Deebach. Surrounded by o wild array of test tubes and rubber hoses, chemistry students Carol Dorff, Sandy Findsen, Kathy Lynch, Sharon Sir, and Jo Lowry ore about to announce some great discovery.Testing gravity, perhaps? Physics students Mary Ann Capko, Ellen O'Brien, Mary Grothwol, Carol Smisek, and Frannie Gef-chell enjoy doing it, whatever "it" is. "J'ai faim" is the mutual thought of French students Barb Kort, Nancy Lee, Joan Clarey, Kate Larkin, and Judy Heimerl os they study French menus. An atmosphere of deep concentration settles over Miss Kaufman's English class as M. A. Zinn, M. Breault, S. Lynch, M. K. Frazier, C. Burke, R. LeJeune, J. Engels, J. Johnson, R. Lamusgo, S. Stadther M. J. Heenan, and J. McKenzie, prepare for o test. Nancy Heiber traces Aeneas' journey for fellow Latin students Mary Ellen Dower, Billie Golka, Marcia Moonan, Mory Seidel, Rose Bigelow, and Pat Lowy.Play Well Your Part Three To Get Ready "Mary, Mary! Now ain't that just like a woman!" exclaims Mr. O'Neill, (Ed Pasch) as he waits impatiently while his "Three to Get Ready" receive last minute touches from Mrs. O'Neill (Rose Bigelow). Bringing up three daughters at the turn of the century is not an easy matter, particularly when those three daughters happen to be Mickey, (Sheila Berndt) Martha, (Marnie Keogh) and Grace (Eileen Walsh). "It's Spring Again ' sings Mickey, not suspecting that this spring will be something special. Then the announcement is made. The Annual Farm Festival is to be held at the O'Neill farm. The festival plus the arrival of a new neighbor, Mark Don-Ion (Dennie Heaney) teaches Mickey's life-long friend, Jock (Jerry Dirk-ers) that women can't be taken for granted. With the flurry of preparations for the festival, Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill try to keep things in order, but there is never a dull moment with the three giggling Schultz girls, Gladys, (Judy Clark) Katie, (Sue Harrigan) and Irene (Marie Schatzlein) on hand. The festival was a success, of course; the bedlam of boyfriends straightened itself out; and each of the O'Neill girls emerged "ready". Miss Patricia Connolly, author and director of the musical, was assisted by Miss Donna Busch, music director and Sister Maura, technical director.Little Women Mobiles of Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy put the school In the mood for the senior class production of Louisa Mae Al-cott's familiar story. Marmie (Betty Klopp, Judy Zeglen) guided her girls as best she could while their father was away. Keeping Amy (Mary Flood, Marilyn Eckes) and Jo iBarb Olsen, Rita LeJeune) under control proved to be a full time job for Meg (Sheila Berndt, Karel Hannon). Shy Beth lEva Tourtelotte, Judy Clark) seemed the only calm member of the family at times. Domineering Aunt March (Elodie Chichester, Marie Schatzlein) was definitely contrasted with fluttery Aunt Carroll (Ja-nan Nolan). Sally Moffett's i N a n c y Heiber, Kate Larkin) visit gave Amy a chance to show off her social graces. However, at the crucial moments it was Hannah (Rose Bieglow) who kept things on an even keel when arguments threatened tc ruin family peace. From pickled lines to plaster molds, the four girls grew closer and really became "Little Women".In o hoppy muddle before deadlines are ACHOAN staff members. Seated are Lois Grundhauser, Judy Clark, co-editors Eleanor Egan and Kafhie Quinn, Mary Anne Krokus, and Pat lowy. Standing are Jan McKenzie, Kathy Donahue, Sue Jelense, Joan Rum ford, Sandy Findsen, Margaret Peterson, Barb Kuhl, and Linda Joyce. School News Plus Angie Views Nan isn't going to let anything, not even the yearbook photographer, destroy the air of secrecy which surrounds ANGELUS staff members Molly Davy, Judy Bredt, Judy Wallrich. Nan Kornder, Mary Grathwol, Mary Joyce Busch, Ginny Considine, and Beo Dorsey. Carefree editors of the ANGELUS before the days of deadlines and such are Marcia Moonan, art; Sharon Mol ek, moke-up; Pat Carlin, business; Millie Adams, editor; Marie Schatzlein, co-editor,-Joan Clarey, literary; and Betty Klopp, photography. •58NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MILLICENT ADAMS PATRICIA AHMANN MARY JOYCE BUSCH JOAN CLAREY VIRGINIA CONSIDINE MARY ELLEN DOWER ELEANOR EGAN FRANCES GETCHELL SUE JELENSE BARBARA KUHL PATRICIA LOWY ELLEN O'BRIEN WINNIFRED ORTLOFF KAY RUNDQUIST MARILYN SMITH S-e Cv. 1'XSI AS JL OjLo=fc W vw-Umj s _ ‘Y '• u- — Lottu O-acIx IL LJloJy - - r •T VAX l' = H- U6UX ujb O JUj-V . 9a ±o =- "- . "cy -£4 j A 1 " -W. pJK jru,. OJxJLt xk-L V - O X- CL1-OlA -1 ''-Y' - U jKxrrU.. h-y -w. Q » CaJUaJc .A-Ayx. |Cj - (Slwb - If Youth are to lead others to higher things, they must do so with the magnetism of sincere, loyal friendliness, human understanding, and social poise. These qualities are found in social activity. Recognizing the family as the basic social unit, the Academy helps bind its ties with the fun of the Father-Daughter Banquet and Mother-Daughter Communion Breakfast. In school, each class is brought together in the friendliness of its own class party and in such hilarious activities as J.B. Day. The freshmen are especially brought into the swing of things at the Big-Little Sister Picnic when they are welcomed, guided, and sometimes awed by the seniors. There is also a balance of all-school as well as class loyalty. Sportswise, there is the inter-class basketball competition of the Little Brown Jug games and the basketball, track, ping-pong, and volleyball competition of Wing Day. All classes share, too, in the spirited C.S. Carnival and the All-School Election Campaign. Nothing is looked forward to with more anticipation than the Angelus Dance, which unofficially declares the end of semester exams. After weeks of secret plotting and planning, the Juniors entertain us at the J.S. Our social activity reaches its climax in the Senior Farewell and the dance to end all dances —Commencement.Master of Ceremonies, Mr. T. P. Gallagher, father of all-school president, Sheila, got the evening's program off to a good start. Chatting with their fathers before the dinner began are Marilynn Eckes, Judy Reichel, Mary Bostien, Mary Rae Kobbe, Sharon Lynch, and Jane Eckes. Dads, Daughters, Dinner After a turkey dinner, Angies and Dads anticipate the evening's entertainment.Intermission time! Sheila Rowland, Larry O'Leary, Janon Nolan and Bill Schneider pause a minute for o breath and a cool drink. New faces! Marie Schatzlein and Denny Mickel-son look on as Janon Nolan and Sheila Gallagher introduce their escorts Bill Schneider and Joe Burns. "It was perfect,'' agree Jo Lowry and Jim Curtis. Taking time out between dances at the 1957 Angelas are Poul Peterson, Bob Bisshel, Pat O'Hanlon, Margaret Peterson, Jack Middle-stead and Mary Kay Frazier. Angelus Complete, Friends Meet'In Apple Blossom Time” Steve Tell grins as Kathy Quinn, junior class president, shows him the list of girls he will be dancing with. As juniors we spent weeks planning the J.S. Then on that night of nights we danced to tho music of Bob Leighton. "Siftin' on Top of the World" are Sheila Berndt and Paul Lehman at the 1956 J.S. "A man 'chases' a girl, until she catches him." Anxiously waiting while Jerry Chase squeezes in time to danco with them, are Sue Palmer, Rose Bigelow, Sue McCabe, Mary Bastien, Kathy Larkin and Marie Schatzlein.Lost couse Foot loose and feature free Best seats in the place We shudder at the thought At least we held it! Eat drink • • • and run Marnie booth prize first Our Quie-et!" mlm Hi aSenior Poll Most Typical Senior: Judy Clark, Sheila Gallagher Friendliest: Karel Hannon, Marie Schatzlein Most School Spirit: Eleanor Egon, Kathie Quinn Biggest Optimist: Sue Jelense, Sharon Malek Best Listener: Millie Adams, Mary Ann Paffel Best Conversationalist: Marlys Anderson, Billie Galka Most Talented: Rose Bigelow, Marnie Keogh Most Generous: Pat Cairns, Sheila Rowland Best Dresser: Janan Nolan, Pat O'Honlon Life of the Party: Sharon Lynch Rita LeJeune, Most Casual: Sue McCabe, Marcia Moonan Best Dancer-. Sheila Berndt, Toyse Williams Most Poised: Joy Johnson, Joanne Peters Most Humorous: Mary Loula, Mary Young Most Energetic: Nan Kornder, Borb Olsen Neatest: Marilvn Eckes, Judy Skoog yUjy -JtLsd' C cV Ll A", - X ,il- -t • 't c XjC c yLc c .c ,Af tM JU • ' ' r i C si -i lU m O L'rtyZ’ J ULt-t , -OJ 1 S z t ; ,..Ay ■ A :) o .]) 1 J 3 7 L i 5 4 .4 j h UlSLU Z z 1 J I 


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